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August 29, 2013

Night of fine cigars to benefit Lions' charities


The Eagle-Tribune

---- — KINGSTON — Enjoy a “Night of Cigars” with the Plaistow Lions Club on Thursday, Sept. 12, from 6 p.m. to midnight at Buccos Tavern, 143 Main St.

The evening begins when you walk through the door and are handed a bag of cigars; you will also be able to sample various scotch or whiskeys. A steak tip and chicken dinner will be provided. Enjoy the Patriots Vs. Jets on various TVs. There will be give-a-ways and a silent sports auction. This is all included with the purchase of your ticket.

Tickets are $100 and can be purchased at Cigars ETC. (next to Papa Gino’s in Plaistow) or at plaistow.nhlions.org.

For tickets, also contact Roy Walling at (617) 270-3803, Steve Halloran at 498-8266, Dave Reppucci at (339) 223-7310 or email plaistownh.lions@gmail.com.

Proceeds from this event go to various Plaistow Lions Club charitable projects.

Plaistow recreation to visit JFK Museum

PLAISTOW— Plaistow Recreation will be taking a trip to the JFK Museum in Boston on Sept. 20.

The bus will be leaving from the park-and-ride lot on Westville Road at 9 a.m. and will return at 4 p.m.

Tickets will include entrance to the JFK Museum. The group will also visit Durgin Park, where residents can buy lunch.

The cost is $30 for Plaistow residents, $35 for nonresidents. The deadline to sign up is Sept. 6.

Contact Recreation at 382-5200, Ext. 18, for more information.

Block party in Salem celebrates football

SALEM — Football is back at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem. On Thursday, Sept. 12, the club will host a “Back to Football” Community Block Party on the Big Screen. The New England Patriots will take on the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football.

The event begins at 7:30 p.m. with a cost of $5 per person; all children 5 and under are free. There will be free hamburgers, hot dogs, cotton candy, slushies, popcorn, soda, water and raffle prizes during commercials and halftime. The game will be viewed outside on a 16-square-foot movie screen for all to enjoy.

Register at salembgc.org under events or stop by the club to register. For more information, email cwoodby@salembgc.org. The club is at 3 Geremonty Drive.

Windham Woman’s Club to meet

WINDHAM — The Woman’s Club will meet Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at Town Hall.

Paula Faist will discuss the Silverthon Adult Day Care Center.

Learn about pre-revolutionary New England

PLAISTOW — “Braving the Middle Ground: Stories of Pre-Revolutionary Northern New England” is the theme of Dr. Jo Radner’s presentation Sept. 10 at the meeting of THS-REA, the Timberlane-Hampstead-Sanborn Retired Educators Association.

The presentation begins at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 120 Main St., Plaistow. This presentation is open to the public and donations are welcome.

Radner will trace the initial landings on the New England coast through settlements in the Merrimack Valley and the collision with Native Americans already calling this area home. She takes on the identity of a number of the early settlers in her presentation.

Members of local historical societies, DAR and community organizations are especially invited to attend this presentation.

For more information, contact Kay Galloway at 362-6424 or hkayg@yahoo.com.