Happy Feet in the Upper Valley


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Nearly every Upper Valley resident hopscotches around the different towns. We do it to explore the back roads of Etna, to discover the holiday lights in Woodstock, or to eat hamburgers in South Royalton. Oftentimes, we are crossing that Connecticut River more times than we can imagine for any number of reasons. Whether to gas up, go to swim lessons, catch a movie, hit the slopes, see the doctor, or pick up a child at a birthday party, we are a back and forth population: from Thetford to Lyme, West Lebanon to White River, Windsor to Cornish.

In your trips around the Upper Valley, have you ever spotted a community supper outside of your own town and thought, "Well, that would be fun..." but then didn't go? This weekend, if you feel like checking out a community event in Norwich, you'll be welcome at the Community Grange Breakfast this Saturday from 8:30-11. Hosted by Mascoma Bank, professional volunteers -- not an oxymoron -- expertly prepare pancakes, hot coffee, juice, and, naturally, pure Vermont maple syrup, amongst other treats. Benefits go to the Haven as part of the 19 Days of Norwich and Beyond.

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Oh, yeah, also...this guy will be there at 9.

Tomorrow, we answer the question on everyone's mind: how do beauticians make a difference?

19-14=5 to go!

Daily Reminders:

Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of The Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation, all 19 Days donations will be matched dollar for dollar up to $125,000. Make sure to label your donation as "19 Days" in order to get the matching funds.

For the 19 Days Pet Contest, click here.

For the 19 Days Auction, click here.

To make a donation directly to the Haven, click here.

For background on the 19 Days, click here.

N.B. We are using Dan & Whit's as the umbrella posting organization, but the stories will come from all over the area. For a list of participating businesses and organizations, click here

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