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recently supplied 48 gal- lons of exterior paint.


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these little things add up,” Paradis says. The farm’s annual fundraiser, the Trifecta, with food booths, trail rides, and donated items for sale, will be held


THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 5, 2012


August 18. Monetary donations may


be harder to come by, but there is no shortage of ea- ger help. At Live and Let Live Farm, volunteers cite their love of animals, a gen- eral desire to do something good, and the positive feel-


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ing they get from working with horses and watching them recover as reasons for devoting several hours a week, sometimes much more, for years. “It’s a change of pace. I


deal with technology all week,” says Petrangelo, a six-year veteran, as he makes rounds of the farm in his truck. “It’s nice to get here and not have to worry about phones and computers. It’s rewarding and the horses appreci-


ate it. You can see them change over time. We’ve picked up some who we didn’t think would survive the trailer ride back. But not only did they survive, they recovered and got adopted out. It’s a really good feeling.” “This place is fun,” adds


Kyriakoutsakos, who has come two to four times a week since 2006. “There are a lot of stables to go to. There aren’t a lot of rules and regulations. There’s


Wright Museum of WWII History And we are asking for your help immediately!


Preserving and Sharing the Stories of America’s Greatest Generation for Generations to Come...


Our recently restored M4 Sherman Tank has taken a direct hit and needs to have its engine completely replaced!


Engaging exhibits illustrating 1940s home life and a vast collection of fully operational military vehicles bring to life the American World War II experience.


The Wright Museum has just completed the restoration and refurbishment of an M4 Sherman tank – the back- bone of the American armored effort in World War II. But during a recent test run, time and metal fatigue took a DIRECT HIT on our tank’s engine.


We must raise $50,000 before May 31, 2012 to replace the tank’s engine!


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One (1) Paying Adult or Senior Open 7 Days a Week May 1- October 31 Open Sundays February - April Mon-Sat 10am-4pm • Sun Noon-4pm 77 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH


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With the summer season nearly at hand, with events and tours already scheduled and planned, this disaster couldn’t have happened at a worse time!


A “combat emergency” always takes priority. We’re “passing the helmet”


and we need your help!


Whatever aide you may offer... $5.00 - $10.00 - $20.00 - $50.00 - $500.00 - $5000.00 OR $50,000.00


Please help by immediately sending your tax deductible donation to us via check to the address below or via credit card at www.WrightMuseum.org


Your donation will be spent specifically and directly upon a new engine, and nothing else. The support you provide now will be especially appreci- ated, particularly employed and extremely helpful.


COURTESY PHOTO


no politics or snobbiness. And if you have an idea you think will help, Te- resa’s always ready to lis- ten.” Nine-year-old Hannah


Sanborn of Boscawen looks forward to feeding and pet- ting the horses on Sundays when she arrives with her mother and grandmother. “I love all the horses,” she says brightly. “I don’t care what size they are. They’re all mine.”


WE HAVE A COMBAT EMERGENCY! 31 MAY 2012 Deadline


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