Exeter history event tonight!

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We of course have a huge celebration coming up in our Community, 375 years old! The Brits of course would chuckle, but we will have a blow out anyway.

I was invited to attend a EAGFWC Board meeting last night. I had to report on my efforts to identify  key areas at the Senior Center that require work.The Exeter Area General Federation of Womens Club is planning their own  significant celebration, their 60th. Nikki Graney the current  Club President was presiding.

I have been associated with this wonderful group of Community women for over twenty years

Oh , the wonderful things they have accomplished, and there is more to come!

The club is selling tickets for their cocktail party event to be held at the Exeter Inn on June 8th 2013.Tickets are 50.00 each and I have mine. Do you have yours? It will fill up fast. It will be a fabulous time and good Community cheer will be shared by all in attendance. This event is also your chance to help the Club raise funds to renovate the Senior Center, which is really a Community Center. You can purchase tickets  and learn more about event here- 60years.bellstrike.com

Nikki Graney is one of the candidates this year for the Budget  Committee, from what I saw last night, she would be a real asset  to the Committee.

Vote for Nikki on March 12 at the Talbot. If you are going to be away from the Community on election day please secure an absentee ballot.

I suggested also, as I would to any Community organization ,  to start planning a float for the 375th parade!

Here is a note from Selectwoman and fellow Community member Julie Gilman concerning tonight’s event at Town Hall.

Mike

Tonight at Town Hall there will be a presentation detailing the Town’s past.

Exeter’s Heritage Commission is presenting “Exeter’s March Through Time” tonight at 7 and Saturday at 10am in the Town Hall.

The presentation explores Exeter’s growth as charted on various maps including a series the HC commissioned last year. We’ll cover peak moment’s in Exeter’s history as part of this year’s 375th anniversary celebration.

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