by Stephanie Goddard
A nice blanket of snow brightened up the January scene in Sandwich last weekend. Frigid overnight temperatures bring a sparkle to the snow, a pristine glittery carpet. If you haven’t gotten enough exercise shoveling, then you can break out those snowshoes and cross-country skis, and venture through the beauty of the wintry forest and mountains.
Municipal Solar Array Forum January 6
The town’s energy committee hosted their second solar array discussion January 6th at the town hall. The meeting was well attended by community members with standing room only. There were many questions and comments proposed to the Energy Committee who sponsored the forum. One attendee noted, “The E. C. has their work cut out for them and that is as it should be.” Community members who are opposing this project as is are doing so based on high cost, the overflow leach field location, the fact that the array will not be ‘behind the meter,’ a low net gain, insurance costs, aesthetics, and environmental issues and fossil fuel costs surrounding the production and the installation which might threaten wetlands nearby.
The proposed municipal solar array failed the Budget Committee in 2023, citing concerns about the capital cost, loan requirements, grant needs, slow return on investment, ongoing repair and management and limited life of the solar array. The array will not power any town buildings directly but will feed back into the grid to help offset the cost of electricity from the supplier, thus the town would become a wholesale energy provider, not actually reducing their carbon footprint. Budget committee members note that Sandwich would be spending financial resources that could otherwise be focused on actually reducing the town’s energy usage. The budget committee also voiced concerns that the total budget on electricity in Sandwich is very small in comparison with the costs of the proposed array.
You can check out the Solar Array Proposal including costs at www.sandwichnh.org and click on boards and committees, energy committee, Solar Array Proposal. The solar array will be up for vote at the Sandwich Town Meeting, on March 12th, where a three-fifths vote is needed to pass the array as is. The Sandwich Energy Committee, an advisory committee to the Selectboard, has spent the past two years researching possibilities for installation of a solar photovoltaic array intended to offset the municipal electricity usage and to save money for taxpayers during the lifetime of the array. They are hoping to meet their mandate goal of 100% renewables by 2030. The Energy Committee is looking at planning a third forum.
Sample Ballots for the January 23, 2024 Presidential Primary are available on the town website: http://sandwichnh.org/departments/town_clerks_office/elections/index.php. Absentee Ballot applications are also available on the same webpage.
Email the town clerk/tax collector at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding the upcoming election.
UPCOMING ELECTIONS FOR 2024:
Tuesday, January 23, 2024 - Presidential Primary
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - Town Election
Saturday, March 16, 2024 - Town Meeting
Tuesday, September 10, 2024 - State Primary Election
Tuesday, November 5, 2024 - State General Election
Polls open at 8:00 am for all State/Federal Elections (10am for Town Election); Polls close at 7:00pm.
October 6, 2023 was the last day registered voters could change their party affiliation prior to the Presidential Primary. New voters may continue to register until election day, as permitted by law.
Supervisors of the Checklist - All meetings are held downstairs at Town Hall.
Friday, January 12, 2024 (5:15pm to 5:45pm)
All elections are held on the second floor of Town Hall located at 8 Maple Street, Sandwich, NH. It is important to note that the Town Clerk/Tax Collectors Office is always closed on election days.
Samuel H. Wentworth Library
Samuel H. Wentworth Library is located at 35 Main Street, PO Box 146 Center Sandwich, NH 03227 phone: (603) 284-6665; email: email@example.com. The library is changing its hours for the new year. If you’re an early bird who likes to get your ‘around town’ visits done before noon, take note: New hours will be Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 12:00 – 5:30, Thursday and Friday, 10:00 – 5:00, and Saturday 10:00 – 12:30.
On Saturday, January 13 at 10:30 am, the library hosts Family Story Time and Craft in the Children’s section. And coming on Saturday, January 20, ‘Hurdy Gurdy for All Ages’ Music program also at 10:30.
If you missed the Holiday Book Sale, there is still a large selection of books and jigsaw puzzles available for purchase in the Library’s Community room.
Cooler weather means we are shifting from outdoor to indoor activities. This is a great time to take advantage of discounted admission to the Currier Art Museum in Manchester with our library pass (provided by our Friends of the Library group). A great cafe for lunch, new exhibits and even yoga in the museum - it's well worth a trip! https://currier.org/ . Call or stop in at the Library to reserve it.
Radon Detector Available at Library
The library now has a digital radon detector that you can check out to learn if your home is safe from radon. Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that diffuses up from New Hampshire’s granite-rich substructure and seeps into our living spaces and water. This gas can have harmful effects on human health. Thank you, Mark & Peggy Longley, for your generous and important donation of our easy-to-use Airthings Corentium device! Give the library a call to learn more and/or to reserve the detector. 603-284-6665.
Books Sandwiched In
Below find the books and dates as well as reviewers selected for the 2024 season of Books-Sandwiched-In. Books-Sandwiched-In is a program of reviews offered at the library by the Friends of the Library (Samuel H Wentworth Library). It has been offered since some time in the early 1980’s every winter without fail. The committee chooses books and then finds community members willing to do a review and then lead a discussion of the book reviewed. The next Books Sandwiched In will be held on January 22 in the library's Community Room.
Please join the Friends of the Library at noon with a sandwich or your chosen lunch. Light refreshments, coffee and tea will be available.
January 22 – Solito, by Javier Zamora
Reviewer: Martha Carlson
At age nine, Javier Zamora joined a small band of children and adults to travel thousands of miles from El Salvador to reunite with his parents in Arizona. Zamora, who today is a successful poet, tells the horrors of migration from a youngster’s point of view. In doing so, he revisits a childhood that was lost.
February 5 - Empress of the Nile, by Lynn Olson
Reviewer: Jane Harrington
Subtitle: The Daredevil Archaeologist Who Saved Egypt’s Ancient Temples from Destruction. Egyptian archaeology was dominated exclusively by men until Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt came along. After working secretly in the WWII resistance movement, the Louvre curator became a field archaeologist, with a knack for finding intact tombs and fighting bureaucracy.
February 26 – Eager, by Ben Goldfarb
Reviewer: Nancy Walser
Subtitle: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter Beavers can help us fight drought, floods, even the ravages of climate change. How can we learn to go-exist and even benefit from these industrious, semi-aquatic fellow travelers? Winner of the 2019 PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Award.
March 4 - Rough Sleepers, by Tracy Kidder
Reviewer: Richard Knox
Subtitle: Dr. Jim O’Connell’s Urgent Mission to Bring Healing to Homeless People Kidder’s probing narrative reveals the humanity of some unforgettable individuals whose trials are a tribute to the human spirit. Dr. O’Connell’s patients are some of the most endangered people in Boston.
March 18 - Properties of Thirst, by Marianne Wiggins
Reviewer: Michael Henriques
World War II is the dramatic backdrop for this epic saga about love, family, and the American West. The novel’s interwoven plot-lines and characters evoke a spectacular landscape that is in deep trouble. Wiggins suffered a massive stroke just before finishing the novel, which her daughter helped her complete.
Pottery Classes in Sandwich
Suzanne Weil is offering wheel-throwing classes beginning January 23. These are four 90-minute one-on-one classes which meet weekly on Tuesday or Thursday, 2 - 8:30 pm. The cost is $400.00 for four classes. They include focused instruction, materials, and firing, and are open to all levels. Classes are held at Suzanne’s home studio in Sandwich. Call or text to schedule or form more information: 603-273-6467.
Sandwich Home Industries Lecture Series
The Sandwich Home Industries is pleased to host the return of our Winter Lecture Series. Our first program will be on Sunday, January 21, 2024 from 2:00-4:00 at the Benz Center, 18 Heard Road, Sandwich. Our featured artist will be Dave Kobrenski. Dave Kobrenski is an artist, musician, and author of three books, including his most recent book, a narrative memoir titled Finding the Source. Between 2001 and 2016, Dave traveled extensively in West Africa to study traditional music with master musicians, including Famoudou Konaté, Sayon Camara, Nansady Keita, and more. His apprenticeship with Lanciné Condé, a master of the Malinké flute tradition, lasted for fifteen years until Lanciné’s untimely death in 2021. Dave plays the Fulani flute, kamale ngoni (a 10-string Mande harp), djembe, and balafon with his main music project, called Afroflute. Kobrenski has also performed throughout the Northeast with various projects, including pianist Jed Wilson, Donkilo Afro Jazz, Sayon Camara and Landaya, and occasionally collaborates with Barika from Burlington, VT. As an artist, Dave conveys his love for culture and diversity in his vivid portrait drawings and rich watercolor paintings. His artwork can be seen in his first two books, Djoliba Crossing and Drawing on Culture.
Sandwich Historical Society
Director Jim Mykland has pulled together some interesting entries from the Sandwich Reporter (1883-1944). Grab a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy!
~January 15, 1891: Last Sunday, a little past noon it began to rain, and kept it up through the afternoon and night, when the wind increased almost to a gale, breaking off many limbs from trees in the vicinity. Monday morning the snow was so soft that it was almost impossible for a team to get through, and in many of the drifts a horse could not get through. The stage managed to get as far as Wentworth hill where it got into the snow and broke down, help had to be secured to get the team out, after which it returned to the Centre where it stayed until the next morning. During Monday night it came on colder and froze up the roads so where no team attempted to go through we have excellent traveling. Considerable damage was done in several buildings by the water backing up under the shingles and leaking in, where the snow was deep on the roof and the water could not run off fast enough.
Historical Society News: The Society is closed for the season; however, our research library is open by appointment. Research hours are scheduled from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Please contact the Society (email preferred) to schedule an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Charges for research: Members: First hour is free. Additional time is $15 per hour. Non-member: $15 per hour. Photocopies: $0.20 non-member, $0.15 member. Please note: certain materials in our collection are not suitable for copying. We are also able to conduct research for you; however, it is restricted to our archives and library resources. Please provide as many details in your email as possible. To aid in your research, please refer to our "Sandwich Historical Society Archives Organizational Structure" which can be found on the website, at https://www.sandwichhistorical.org/research--library.html.
We are a small museum and will do our best to assist with your research questions. Thank you!
International Night Dinners
The Benz Center is happy to announce that there are three International Nights this 2024 season. Three continents with three new speakers will be offered in January, February and March. Ticket sales are now open for India on Wednesday, January 17th by Katie O’Connell. All events begin at 5:30 and include a meal reflecting the country's cuisine, catered by Josette Lippincott.
The first dinner (January 17) is sold out, so sign up soon for the others!
The Canadian Rockies in September, presented by Chase & Susan Rozelle on Friday, February 9th.
The Galápagos Islands and Machu Picchu, presented by Kit Kilbourne on Friday, March 8th.
Tickets are $30 each, cash or check. To reserve your seat (s), send a check for $30.00 per person per dinner to: The Doris L. Benz Center, PO Box 52, Center Sandwich NH 03227; attn: Theresa Hanks. To pay with cash, please contact Theresa at 603-284-7211. Your reservation is not confirmed until paid for. The Benz is not equipped to process credit card payments.
Chapman Sanctuary and Visny Woods
Chapman Sanctuary and Visny Woods wishes you a bright and beautiful new year! In 2024, we have much to look forward to. We anticipate new and exciting birding events and educational nature programs. Additionally, we expect new opportunities to improve and maintain the habitats and native vegetation that CSVW provides for local birds and wildlife. There will be new projects and continued care of Chappie’s House, and we are eager in 2024 to welcome new members, new collaborations and new ideas. Most of all in 2024 we look forward to seeing all of you out on the beautiful sanctuary trails and enjoying CSVW events. We hope you will come and experience all the wonderful ways to get outside and enjoy nature, here at CSVW all through 2024. Chapman Sanctuary and Visny Woods is open to the public year-round from dawn to dusk free of charge and depends on individual donations and grants for financial support. Located at 740 Mt. Israel Road in Sandwich.
Annual Christmas Bird Count
The 29th Sandwich Christmas Bird Count was conducted on December 30, 2023, and preceded by unseasonably warm weather (the month of December was 8°F above average in Sandwich) resulting in bare ground and open water on lakes and ponds. Add in an abundance of wild foods (acorns, conifer and birch seeds, winterberry, etc.) and the stage was set for a record-setting year for both species diversity and total birds. The unfortunate flip-side of these conditions is that bird activity at feeders was well below average. Thirty-two individuals (comprising 13 field teams and 9 feeder-watching teams) saw 62 species on count day, totaling 5008 individual birds. Four species were seen for the first time in Sandwich CBC history: Red-breasted Merganser, Turkey Vulture, Field Sparrow, and Swamp Sparrow – bringing the cumulative count day species total to 95. Three additional species (Sharp-shinned Hawk, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Common Grackle) were seen during this year’s count week, but not on count day.
Hello, beginner to intermediate musicians. We’ve been meeting every week at the Sandwich Town Hall, for almost a year now. We play acoustic trad music at a slow to medium tempo, and welcome all ages and abilities. If you’ve been trying to become more proficient on your instrument at home, playing with others in a group setting is a fantastic way to improve your game! We’re casual, non-judgmental, and friendly. Sessions are every Wednesday from 6:30 to 8pm and will continue through the long, dark, cold winter. Never an obligation to attend. It’s free! For more information, contact Christine Woodman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends and Fiber
If music isn’t your thing, maybe yarn is! Every Wednesday evening, 6:00 – 8:30 pm, Library Community Room: Friends and Fiber Group: All abilities and ages of fiber enthusiasts (and those wanting to learn or just visit) are welcome to attend. Come with your knitting, crocheting, spinning, felting, rug hooking, embroidery, sewing or other fiber arts-related or hand-held project to work on. There is no charge and the group is casual and welcoming. While there is no formal instruction, if you have a question about your project, there is usually someone in attendance who can provide assistance. Experience is that the group is likely to gather on the off weeks as well as everyone enjoys the company and sharing of ideas. Should you wish more information or if you have questions, please contact email@example.com.
The Corner House is open on Sundays, from 9 am till 9 pm, with brunch from 9 till 1 when they feature new items such as lobster benedict, pancakes, steak and eggs, breakfast tacos, and delicious Bloody Marys. The restaurant will then remain open until 9 pm with a pub menu. They will also have football on the TVs and $5 draft beer specials from 2-9pm.
Corner House Inn Restaurant hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 4 – 9, Friday and Saturday 4 – 10, Sunday 9 – 9.
Friday evenings from 6 till 9, the Corner House hosts fantastic local musicians in the pub.
22 Main Street, Sandwich, NH 03227, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foothills Café and Curio
Foothills Café is now open seven days a week.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8am to 3 pm, with lunch being served until 2 pm. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8 am until 9 pm, serving breakfast, lunch, and then dinner. And Sundays, brunch from 10 am – 3 pm, with music from noon to 2:00. Join the Foothills for Raclette Night! Saturday, January 13 and Saturday, January 27. Nancy Blaine of the foothills writes: Brief Description: It's really a group eating experience. Best to come with 4+ friends but okay to come as a couple (although you might be sharing a raclette grill with another couple.) You order a few options for grilling – steak, chicken, vegetables; and Farid provides you with a huge array of items from cornichons to sauces. You grill items at your table while you're melting the delicious raclette cheese below. When your items are grilled you put them onto your plate and cover them with the delicious melted cheese. Even a shoe sole would taste good with this cheese melted all over it.
So, gather a group or come in twos and experience one of the great après ski traditions of the French Alps. Seatings run from 6 to 7:15 and you have the table for the whole night. Call us or e-mail us for reservations.
The Foothills Café and Curio is located at 25 Main Street, Sandwich. 603-707-2424.
2 Basket Street Yoga
Led by Molly Powers Simmons, and located at 2 Basket Street, Center Sandwich.
Contact Molly at 617-461-9512, or visit the website at 2basketstreetyoga.com for more information or to sign up for classes. Drop-in price: 15.00; 5-class pass - $65.00.
1/13 - 9am: 60 min - All Levels Flow with Molly - in studio and on Zoom
Monday 1/15 - 8am: 60 min - All Levels Flow with Molly - in studio and on Zoom
Wednesday 1/17 - 9am: 60 min - All Levels Flow with Molly - in studio and on Zoom
Dragonfly Yoga Barn
Dragonfly Yoga Barn has several events coming up:
January 9 through Jan 23rd: Heart Based Meditation w/ Katie. Learn more and register for classes at www.dragonflyyogabarn.com.
Located at 280 Bennett Street, North Sandwich. Contact email@example.com, or online at www.dragonflyyogabarn.com.
Eastman House Counseling and Yoga
Offered by Heather Cameron. Located at 909 Holderness Road, Center Sandwich. Yoga class is held on Fridays, from 9- 10 am, Mindful Slow Flow. Slow flow yoga is a gentle practice which combines deep breathing, stretching and relaxed postures to bring restorative energy and serenity to your body and mind. Perfect for Fall!
Preregister via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tamworth Community Food Center Welcomes You
If you or someone you know is in a position where access to food would be of help, please call the number provided. There are resources. The primary goal of the Tamworth Community Food Center is addressing hunger for those in need, serving the communities of Tamworth and Sandwich, NH. We are dedicated to providing fresh and nutritious food to people and families who may go without it. Donations from individuals, local organizations, businesses, and the towns provide stability and support, addressing the essentials of our citizens via sustainable solutions. It is our goal to tackle both short and long-term needs.
Every other Wednesday, 11am -3 pm.
Next date: Wednesday, January 17
Located at St Andrews Church, 678 Whittier Road, Tamworth, NH. General Questions: 603-960-4067.
Moultonboro senior meals are held Monday through Thursday at the Moultonboro Community Center (formerly Old Lions Club) at 139 Old Route 109. All are welcome. Coffee is ready at 11:30!
Join the fun at our Wednesday lunch here in Sandwich! Sandwich senior (60+) meals take place on Wednesdays at noon at the Benz Center, 18 Heard Road, Center Sandwich.
Next week’s menu:
Monday, January 15: CIVIL RIGHTS DAY
Tuesday, January 16: Ham and potato casserole, scrambled eggs with mushrooms, spinach, English muffins, fruit cups
Wednesday, January 17: Chicken pot pie, cauliflower, orange glazed beets, whole wheat dinner rolls, grapes
Thursday, January 18: BBQ pork, baked beans, Cole slaw, braised greens, corn bread, Red Delicious apples
Due to the rising cost of food now available for the meals program, a suggested donation of $3.00 for each meal would be appreciated. Takeouts are $3.00. Please call 603-476-5110 for takeout orders or to sign up to have meals delivered.
NH Foodbank Mobile Food Pantry
The New Hampshire Food bank’s mobile food pantry will be in Ossipee on Friday, January 12, from 12:00 noon through 2:00 pm at St. Joseph’s Church, 23 Moultonville Road, Center Ossipee. The NH Food Bank’s mobile food pantry travels to many different areas of need across New Hampshire.
What to know before you go:
Sandwich has a firewood sharing program dedicated to helping local folks who may need temporary assistance in staying warm. If you are a Sandwich resident in need, please contact Mark Longley, Sandwich Woodshare Coordinator. 603-284-6294, or email email@example.com.
Mountain Breeze Farm
Specializing in farm raised beef and pork, with many cuts available Also producers of fine Maple Syrup. Contact Ryan at 603-677-2605, firstname.lastname@example.org.. If you are looking for individual cuts of beef or pork, or maple syrup, you can check out the website and online ordering options at mountainbreezefarmnh.com. Located at 327 Dale Road Find them online at mountainbreezefarmnh.com.
Something Wild Farm
Located at 430 North Sandwich Road. Pasture raised eggs, Maple Syrup, hand made candles, and more. Contact Richard at email@example.com, and check out their website, somethingwildfarm.com.
Waxing Moon Gardens
Update from Zach and Tristan at Waxing Moon: The gardens have been dormant for several weeks now. It’s been mostly a brown landscape, with the exception for a few beds of spinach and kale that appreciated the unseasonably warm weather. The farm has continued to fare well through all the rain. Witnessing the damage from the latest storms and then coming home to see the gardens still covered in shades of brown organic matter feels reassuring. All kinds of creatures are still active on the land. The bears haven’t yet gone into deep hibernation and the beavers are staying busy as ever.
Even though it was one of the warmest Decembers in a very long time we weren’t doing too much in the gardens. At the end of the season there is always plenty of record keeping to catch up on, and we have found the sooner it gets done the better! According to our records we grew considerably more food this year than in past seasons. It’s astonishing how much just persistence will bring you. Despite all the wet weather we had we had less pest and disease pressure than in previous years. As soon as the records are wrapped up for this season, it’s time to start thinking about next year. We like to get our seed order in early, so we’ve been spending plenty of time with our noses in the new seed catalogs. Starting the crop plan for 2024 and placing the seed orders are the next items on our to do list.
The CSA store is officially live on our website! www.waxingmoongardens.com Tell all your friends!!
Waxing Moon Gardens is located at 222 Whiteface Intervale, North Sandwich. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chestnut Meadow Farm
Located at 146 Wentworth Hill Road, (Route 109) Sandwich. Fresh Eggs from soy-free organic fed hens; Fall vegetables. Stop by the self- serve farmstand for eggs, or visit online at chestnutmadowfarm.com. Chestnut Meadow currently has onions, garlic, winter squash, and eggs. Email email@example.com for information or to place an order for eggs or vegetables.
Here are some highlights from the January 4 Selectmen’s meeting. The board spent the first work session of the year planning for 2024 events/projects, and reviewing 2023 financials. 2024 priorities include:
The business session of the annual town meeting will take place on Saturday, March 16th at 10 AM at Sandwich Central School. The Selectmen will hold their next regular meeting on Tuesday, January 16th due to MLK Jr. Day. Please note, town offices will be closed Monday, January 15th in observance of MLK Jr. Day.
Town offices contact information:
Alison Gage, Town Clerk/Tax Collector, firstname.lastname@example.org
Town Clerk’s office hours: Tues & Thurs 8:00am to 5:30pm
Courtney Delaney, Town Administrator, may be reached during regular office hours, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. e-mail: email@example.com
Kelly Cox, Administrative Assistant, may be reached during regular office hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Town of Sandwich
8 Maple Street, PO Box 194
Sandwich, NH 03227
Sandwich Transfer Station
2023-2024 facility stickers are required for use of the Transfer Station (and swimming facilities). Stickers are available for purchase at Town Hall, by mail or by drop box. Transfer Station use is strictly prohibited for vehicles without stickers/passes (even for longtime residents!).
Sandwich Transfer Station hours are Sunday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm. Please arrive at the Transfer Station at least 15 minutes before closing to allow for unloading and closure for the day. Kevin and John appreciate being able to close on time. Reminder: if you are recycling larger cardboard, please be sure it is cut to a maximum size of 4' x 4'. Larger pieces jam up our compactors!
Harvest Church of the Lakes Region
Harvest Church invites you to join them at 80 Bean Road in Moultonborough, Sundays at 10:00 am for contemporary worship and Biblical teaching. Harvest’s mission is to Love God, Love Others, and Go into All the World. Harvest Church has several meetings during the week as well: a men’s Bible Study on Mondays in Sandwich, a women’s Bible Study on Mondays in Moultonborough, and a home church meeting on Wednesdays in Sandwich. Contact us at email@example.com or 603-476-7037.
In the Round
In the Round, a community discussion group for the past 24 years, meets weekly in Sandwich. Meetings are Sunday, in person at the Benz Center, 18 Heard Road. Doors open at 8:30, discussion begins at 8:45. The discussion generally runs until 10am, or a bit longer. The topic is always thought provoking and related to what people are thinking about these days. In the Round welcomes all points of view, reasonably and respectfully considered. Anyone who wishes to join in that spirit of dialog is invited. Various viewpoints are welcomed. Everyone is welcome.
North Sandwich Friends (Quaker) Meeting
North Sandwich Friends Meeting is open for in-person worship every Sunday from 10 – 11 a.m. in the 1881 historic Meeting House. The Meeting House is located at 354 Quaker Whiteface Road in North Sandwich, just north of the Durgin covered bridge.
Community Church of Sandwich
Proclaiming & Living the Unconditional Love of God through Jesus Christ. The Community Church of Sandwich has moved from the summer location at the Baptist Meetinghouse and now meets at the Methodist Meetinghouse, 6 Main Street until next spring.
Teen Challenge of NH will be at Community Church on Sunday, January 14. They will present testimonies of some who have experienced the program, and how it brought them to experience God’s presence in their lives.
Thursday, January 18, the outreach group will help with the ministry at Isaiah 61 Café in Laconia, by providing lunch. This is in addition to the regular scheduled date of January 25. If interested in participating, email the church. Contact us by Mail: PO Box 267, Sandwich, NH 03227 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal Mastery Programs, a Sustaining Sponsor of this website, is proud to support the Sandwich Business Group in its efforts to promote small business in Sandwich and enrich the community through events and initiatives.
To learn more about Personal Mastery Programs, see the listing under services on this website, or go to www.pmpcoach.com