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rides through Latin Amer- ica. The program is free. Re- servations are recommended but not required and can be made at 432-6140, in per- son, or online at www.derry-, click on the calendar.

Hyla Brook Poetry

Poet Don Kimball is fea- tured at the free monthly Hyla Brook Reading on Thursday, March 10, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The series, affiliated with the Robert Frost Farm, takes place at BeanTowne Coffee House & Café, 201 Route 111 in Hampstead. Also reading is

Margaret Bobalek King, a member of the Hyla Brook Poets. An Open Mic will fol- low the readings.


group’s monthly writing workshop meets on the third Saturday of the month at 10 a.m. in Derry. For questions, contact Robert Crawford at or visit ylaBrookPoets.

St. Patrick’s Supper The Church of the

Transfiguration, 1 Hood Road in Derry hosts a St. Patrick’s Day supper, with seatings at 4:30 and 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 12. A traditional Irish meal is planned, along with the Third Sunday Fiddlers. Call

432-2120 to register. The meal is free and open to the community, a cooperative effort of the Derry Interfaith Campus. Donations will be accepted.

Adopt-a-Pet Day

On Saturday, March 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Derry is having an Adopt-a- Pet Day at the Church of the Transfiguration, 1 Hood Road. Pet items and T-shirts will also be available. The event supports the Greater Derry Humane Society and other animal rescue associa- tions.

Free Breakfast

On Sunday, March 20, from 9 to 10 a.m., the

Church of the Transfig- uration, 1 Hood Road in Derry, hosts a free breakfast open to the community. Free breakfasts are held the first and third Sundays of the month and include most or all of the following: eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, French toast, fruit, and pas- tries. Donations will be accepted. No reservation is needed, but for more infor- mation, call 432-2120.

Free Supper

On Sunday, March 20, from 5 to 6:30 p.m., Etz Hayim Synagogue, 1 1/2 Hood Road in Derry hosts a free vegetarian supper open to the community, a cooper- ative effort of the Derry Interfaith Campus. Don- ations are accepted. Call 432-0004 for more informa- tion.

Guest Speaker Robert H. Spence, presi-

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dent of Evangel University in Springfield, Mo., will be the guest speaker at Trinity Assembly of God, 53 North Main St., on Sunday, March 13, at 10:30 a.m. He has served on the General Presbytery of the As- semblies of God, the As- semblies of God Chaplains Commission, and the Board of Directors of Maranatha Village, and he is currently serving as a member of the executive board of the Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education.

Video Game Night On Friday, March 11,

from 6 to 9 p.m., The Salvation Army of Derry holds a Video Game Night for students ages 12-16. Snacks and drinks are pro- vided. Prizes include: Game Stop gift cards, XBox Live memberships, and XBox Live points. To register or

for more information, call 434-7790 or email Lt. Chris Williams at Christopher- .Williams@use.salvation- The Salvation Army is located on 18 Folsom Road.

Fish Fry Fridays St. Thomas


Knights of Columbus holds Fish Fry Fridays during Lent, starting Friday, March 11, at the Aquinas Center on Crystal Avenue from 5 to 7 p.m., with the exception of Good Friday, April 1. The menu includes white fish filet, cole slaw, tartar sauce, French fries and a roll for $7.50 for adults. Children can choose between fish sticks and macaroni and cheese for $3.50. Drinks are available but are not includ- ed in the meal price. Proceeds support the chari- table work of the Knights of

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Columbus. Meals can be eaten on site or taken out. This is the second year for the Fish Fry.

Intentional Living

Derry’s Go Green Com- mittee is sponsoring an Intentional Living Work- shop Series. Sessions will focus on understanding vol- untary simplicity, exploring distractions that prevent individuals from caring for the earth, considering how life might be enriched through the practice of sim- plicity, and developing a personal action plan to start living a more intentional life. Sessions will be held Mondays from March 14 until April 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Marion Gerrish Center. To register with a fee of $22 for materials, contact Jeanne Roussel at 421-9988.

College News The following Derry residents have been named to

the Dean’s List for the fall 2010 semester: • Western New England College, Springfield, Mass. - Michael O’Donnell, a senior majoring in com- munication. Students are named to the Dean’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.30 or higher.

• University of New Hampshire, Manchester -

Ashley Berberian, majoring in business; Maren Bhagat, majoring in biological sciences; Brianna Brothers, majoring in computer information systems; Melissa Bruno, undeclared major; Jaime Burgos, majoring in psychology; Daniel Dawe, majoring in business; Scott Donovan, majoring in business; Jacob Ferdinando, majoring in business; Chris Ferris, major- ing in business; Serena Hamelin, majoring in general studies; Kerrin Harrison, majoring in business; Eric Hutchins, majoring in business; Jeffrey Knight, major- ing in computer information systems; Shawn Kraus, majoring in history; John Lloyd, majoring in English; Ross McLaughlin, majoring in business administra- tion; Patrick Perkins, majoring in biological sciences; and Jennifer Silva, majoring in communication arts. The students have earned a cumulative point average greater than 3.2 on a possible 4.0 scale in a minimum of 8 graded course credits.

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