Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 19:34
Folks are busy transferring boxes and more boxes of stuff into the fellowship hall. For months, people have been dropping off items for the annual Yard Sale scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 21 and 22. This year looks like it will be one of the largest sales. People moving have donated many articles. It will be an inside outside sale... weather pending. By popular demand bake sale food is also back. The Church is so grateful for our friends and neighbors who support our activities thus allowing St. Paul to give back to the community. Without the efforts of the community to support the work of the Church, St. Paul would not be able to do as much for Berlin and the surrounding communities.
Not all is work this summer. Pastor Gail will host an open Ladies Night Out at the Parsonage across from the church, Monday, June 24, to discuss the Red Tent by Anita Diamant. All are welcome even if you have not read the book. After church pot luck picnic is set for August 4 following the service.
St. Paul’s services are at 10:30 every Sunday. The Church has not changed time for summer as in the past. Wednesday Bible Study will continue at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. through out the summer. A new short study is starting on June 26 on The Gifts of the Spirit. Many have heard of the Holy Spirit but many have never opened the box containing their gifts. This will be a 3-4 week study open to all. St. Paul’s welcome all who want to worship and extend a special invitation to all visiting our Great North Woods. For additional information, please contact me at 603-326-8188.
Caption: Members of St Paul’s Preparing for Yard Sale
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 19:32
Railroad Park in Woodsville will be the focal point for the day, offering displays of railroad memorabilia, a photo collection, shown by Ian Clark, of trains that once were seen every day in the two villages, presentations on the history of the railroad in the Connecticut Valley by Jay Barrett and on the Montpelier & Wells River Railroad by Dwight Smith, rides on a functioning hand-car, plus a model railroad display by the Ammonoosuc Valley Railroad Association. Railroad Park will be open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday, July 5..
Last Updated on Monday, 17 June 2013 22:34
The character of Andrivete is a teenager; however, Champlin is in her twenties. This role presents a new challenge as the character is so much younger than the actress. It is not uncommon to turn on the television and see actors and actresses in their twenties, playing the roles of high school age teenagers, but there are unique challenges to bringing these differences to the stage. Where television relies on close-ups and make-up; the stage, because of the proximity of the audience to the performers, requires more body language, intonation of voice, and costuming to get the age of a character across. About her preparation for playing someone so much younger than herself Champlin said, “It’s important to take the memories you have from your childhood and look at them from a fresh perspective, and to give them new life on a different level.”
Champlin appeared previously in local productions of “The Accusing Parlor”, “Nana's Naughty Knickers”, and “Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s Got the Will”, and many others. In addition to acting she can be heard nearly every day on Magic 98.1 in the Berlin area, and 104.5 in the Conway area as well as on-line on 93.5 WMWV.
“Arthurian” focuses on the young life of the boy, Arthur, who will grow to be the King spoken of in the legends. At its heart it is the story of two brothers, one of whom is adopted, that have very different paths in life because of the nobility of one and not the other. It asks questions about how much of our lives are based on destiny and how much is based on the choices that we make. Family relationships are strained when one boy is destined to be a knight, the other a servant, and a young maiden enters their lives. This show is a family appropriate adventure story, peppered with comedy action, and drama.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 19:44
Radio personality Peter St. James will broadcast live from Fish and Game headquarters from 6 – 10 a.m., with the drawing starting at 9:00 a.m. Tune in to radio station WTPL (107.7 FM), which can be heard from Nashua to the Lakes Region; or in the Upper Valley, the broadcast can be heard on 94.3 FM or 1400 AM. The station will also stream the audio on its website, http://www.WTPLFM.com.
Lottery results will also be available online – official lists of winners and alternates will be posted on the Fish and Game website by 11 a.m. on Friday, June 21. Please be patient; the large spike in web traffic on lottery day can cause download delays.
Limited-edition 2013 moose hunt T-shirts will be available for purchase online.
New Hampshire's 2013 moose hunt runs from October 19 to 27. For more about moose hunting in New Hampshire, visit http://www.huntnh.com/Hunting/
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 19:29