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Join Mid-State Health Center and the Central NH Chamber of Commerce:
 ‘Road to Access’ at Mid-State's 2023 Annual Meeting!
Guided Hike in the Hebron Town Forest Nov. 2nd!
PLYMOUTH – Mid-State Health Center is thrilled to in- vite you to our 2023 Annual Meeting, held
at the Common Man Inn & Spa in Plymouth on Tuesday, Novem- ber 7th at 5:30, along with a Mem- ber Showcase in collaboration
brace whole-person health, and dive into the accomplishments of the past year as we continue
Healthy Living
  with the Central Dr. David Fagan, MD with patient
NH Chamber of
Commerce. We look forward to an evening filled with insights, accomplishments, and a shared commitment to whole person health.
Date/Time: Tuesday, Novem- ber 7, 2023- 5:30-7pm
Location: The Common Man Inn & Spa - Fosters Hall, 231 Main Street, Plymouth, NH 03264
The evening will include re- marks from Mid-State Health’s CEO, Medical Director, and Board President, a meet and greet with Mid-State’s new healthcare providers, and an Information Exposition with details about the many services Mid-State provides to Central NH residents like you!
Also discover the latest devel- opments in our mission to em-
on our mission to expand access to essential healthcare services in our community.
Network with fellow attendees, including members of the Cen- tral New Hampshire Chamber of Commerce, and explore opportu- nities for collaboration.
The joint event is free to all and will feature hearty appetizers and a cash bar. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please RSVP by registering at www.mid- Ques- tions? Call Samantha Medeiros at 603-769-3768.
We look forward to your pres- ence at Mid-State Health Cen- ter's 2023 Annual Meeting as we come together to build a health- ier and more accessible future for our community.
HEBRON – As the leaves fall, we have a chance to see the un- derlying shape of the watershed. It’s a great time to notice land- forms and seasonal changes in plant communities that can have an impact on everything down- hill. Join Newfound Lake Region Association (NLRA) Education & Outreach Manager Mirka Zapletal for an autumn hike on Thursday, November 2nd, in the Hebron Town Forest at 10 a.m., exploring the fall landscape and what it tells us about water quality in the watershed. Partici- pants will hike the Cockermouth Ledge Loop, an approximately 2-mile trip with some steep sec- tions, which includes views of Newfound Lake and Groton. Registration is required, and space is limited. Register online at or call 603-744-8689.
NLRA works to protect the habitats and high-quality waters of Newfound Lake and its water- shed, maintaining a healthy and diverse ecosystem. Along with educational programming like guided hikes and paddles, NLRA monitors water quality, conserves land, manages stormwater pol- lution, and monitors for invasive species. For more than 50 years,
NLRA has been protecting New- found Lake, and the results of that conservation are as clear as
Newfound’s water. You can learn more about NLRA’s initiatives at
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