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Comes to Newfound
Newfound Regional High School is pleased to announce that our annual school & community musical will be Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella! This timeless fairytale features such memorable songs as ”Impossible”, “10 Minutes ago'', and “In my Own Little Corner”. We very much want to make this a true school and com- munity event so if you have ever wanted to appear on the stage or work behind the scenes, you are invited to join us. Auditions will be held the last week of January .All ages and skill levels are encouraged to get involved. For more information, please contact Steph Wiencek at 744-6006, ext 1513 or at
Many folks in Bristol and be-
yond know that Doug Williams makes important contributions to the youth of their communi- ties. Even when not running the model train, Doug is often at the Tapply Center. He is the Chair- man of the Center’s Executive Board, and Wendy Williams, Doug’s wife, serves as a member at large. In a very real sense, he helps Leslie Dion, the Center’s Director, oversee 65 programs and events available to the chil- dren and adult residents of eight Newfound area towns. Since 1946, many of these programs have taken place in the confines of the Tapply Thompson Com- munity Center on North Main Street. On some occasions, the venerable building, which was once a Methodist Church, liter- ally bursts with activity. In nice weather, the crowding is allevi- ated by the center’s proximity to Kelley Park. However, our win- ters are long. The facility, which hosts more than 20 local orga- nizations, should be expanded. The effort to make that capital improvement happen would de-
mand a substantial time commit- ment by community members, the Center’s Recreation Advisory Council, and the Chairman of the Advisory Council’s Executive Board, our train engineer Doug Williams.
It’s likely that when young Chris Van Allsburg watched the model train in Herpolsheimer’s storefront window, a small bell was rung by someone standing nearby. Nowadays, many bell ringers seek donations from passersby as they harken from the front of countless depart- ment stores or in the hallways of malls. As a writer, Van Allsburg understood the metaphorical importance of these bells. He would make a small bell an ob- ject of central importance in The Polar Express. The sound of that bell could be heard only by those with faith, by believers in the magic of the Christmas season, a time for giving. If the Tapply Center seeks funding for its nec- essary expansion, how many will hear the bell? Will you be the one who listens?
Thank You
suBmitteD By nancy speaRs
Imagine, the ladies boutique at 2 Central Stret in Bristol would like to give a big THANK YOU to all our customers and fellow business owners who supported our first "post-pandemic Fashion Show.
The show was held at the Old Town Hall on Sunday, October 23rd and raised $500 for spe- cial projects for Bristol Community Services.
Thank you to Christina and Rayma at the new town hall for amkeing the space available for a fundraiser along with the crew from Bristol Public Works who assisted in preparing the hall.
All attendees received a 20% coupon for one item along with wonderful refreshments and raf- fle prizes. Our next show will again be held at the Old Town Hall in Spring of 2023. More detail to come.
      Manufacturing Job Openings! 34 Bern Dibner Road, Lincoln, NH!
 Entry level/Machine Operators earn up to $16.55 - $20.15/hr.
 Maintenance Mechanics earn $25 - $33.75/hr.
 Shift Differentials:
- 2nd shift: $3.50/hr - 3rd shift: $4.50/hr - 4th shift: 12%
 Paid Vacation Time (80 hrs) & Paid Sick Time (40 hrs)
 $1000.00 Sign-on Bonus
 401k (up to 7% Company Contribution)
 Medical, Dental, Vision, and MORE!
QUESTIONS? Contact Carol Peltier: (603) 222-5323
Or stop in and apply!
Tapply-Thompson Community Center’s 68th Annual
 Visit with Santa in his house!
Enjoy one of Mrs. Claus’ cookies!
Watch Santa’s Elves busy at work!
Don’t miss the amazing North Pole Train Station!
Get your Christmas Shopping done...Shop the HUGE Santa’s Village Christmas Craft Fair!!
And much more!!
(Suggested donation: canned good items for local food pantry)
For more information, call the TTCC at 744-2713 or visit us at
Fri, 12/9, 6-8pm Sat, 12/10 2-5pm & Sun, 12/11 2-5pm

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