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December 11, 2012

Book Santa for a special holiday visit

HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Lions Club will escort Santa on visits to local homes or parties again this year.

Book Santa for day or evening visits Dec. 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. He also is available, by special request, during the evening Dec. 14 and 17-20.

The funds raised through the project support local charities. There is a $30 fee for a 15-minute visit, $50 for half an hour.

Call Berny Longbook at 329-5603 for details or reservations.

Head to Plaistow

for the Turkey Roll

PLAISTOW — The Plaistow Fish and Game Club will host its annual Turkey Roll Friday at the clubhouse on MayRay Avenue.

Turkeys, ham and meat rolls will be offered and there’s also a free meal.

The roll will start at 7 p.m.

The public is welcome.

For more information, call Bob Chooljian at 382-8193.

Fish and Game Commission

cancels meeting

CONCORD — The meeting of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission originally scheduled for Dec. 19 has been canceled.

The commission’s next monthly meeting will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013, at 1 p.m. at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord.

Meetings of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission are open to the public. As they become available, meeting agendas and minutes are posted at wildnh.com/Inside_FandG/commission.htm.

Pond hockey

starting in Pelham

PELHAM – The Adult Pond Hockey League starts Jan. 7 at the Pelham Ice Rink, Lyons Park.

The cost is $180 per team, with a miminum of four players. Individuals can sign up for $40.

Visit webtrac.pelhamweb.com or call 635-2721.

Hampstead library has

winter raffle basket

HAMPSTEAD — Dr. David Patten has donated a Winter in New England Basket for the January raffle to benefit the Friends of Hampstead Public Library.

It is on display at the front desk of the library. This basket holds a winter white shawl, a $25 gift certificate to the English Muffin in Hampstead, and a collection of gourmet fixings.

The food products include a brunch cookbook, blueberry pancake mix, Vermont maple syrup, cran-blueberry scone mix, granola, wild Maine blueberry preserves, cocoa mix, hot chocolate sticks and chocolate covered blueberries. The basket also holds dental care items.

Tickets may be purchased at the front desk of the library for $1 each or six for $5. The winning ticket will be drawn before the Friends program on Jan. 8.

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