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  • Mount Washington Valley Theatre Company

    Mission Statement: The Mount Washington Valley Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing and enriching the performing arts in Northern New Hampshire and Western Maine. The Mount Washington Valley Theatre Company is a professional non-pr...

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  • The Barnstormers Theatre

    The Barnstormers Theatre is located in the center of picturesque Tamworth Village in east central New Hampshire. Built in the 1820s as a store, in 1936 the building was remodeled as a theatre. Following renovation in 1998-1999, it became a year-round facility. With a 28-foot...

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  • Story Land

    Story Land is in the beautiful White Mountains, and that means that green space, trees, and scenic views are important features of the park, which sits on 35 acres of hilly terrain. The rides and attractions are built into the natural features of the landscape. Accessibility...

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  • Aleta Devork Gallery
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  • Josiah Bartlett School

    Mission Statement The Josiah Bartlett School is a community school in the Mt. Washington Valley committed to guiding the educational journey of all children toward personal success through intellectual, aesthetic, and social growth. We strive to instill in each student a se...

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  • Bartlett Historical Society

    Our Mission To preserve and protect all documents and items of historic value concerning the history of the town of Bartlett, New Hampshire....

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  • Milton School District

    Mission Statement The mission of the Milton Schools is to create and sustain an educational framework that guarantees a safe setting for high expectations and achievement in a student centered environment. ...

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  • Governor Wentworth Regional School District
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  • New Hampshire Boat Museum

    About Us:The New Hampshire Boat Museum is an educational organization focusing on the boating heritage and life on the lakes and rivers of New Hampshire. We serve the local community and visitors by presenting exhibits and outreach programs, events, publications and hands-on...

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  • Town Of Wolfeboro

    Our History The Town of Wolfeboro was granted on October 5, 1759, settled in 1768, and incorporated in 1770. It was granted by Governor John Wentworth and named for General Wolfe who was the hero of the Battle of Quebec. The fact that Wentworth built a mansion on Smith ...

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  • Wolfeboro Public Library
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  • Wolfeboro Area Chamber Of Commerce

    Mission Statement The Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce works with the community and municipal representatives to promote the economic betterment and enhanced quality of life in our area by bringing together the special talents, skills and resources of the community for...

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  • First Christian Church

    About Us: As early as 1792, there were loosely organized church groups meeting in Wolfeboro.  Around that time, the Rev. Allen was hired to establish a congregational church in town.  By 1834, the Pickering family had gathered twelve like-minded citizens in their ...

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  • All Saints' Episcopal Church

    Mission Statement The Mission of All Saints' is to so proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ by word and deed, by worship and outreach, by teaching and pastoral care, that all of the saints will be equipped for the ministry we share. Our parish name affirms the truth that...

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  • Kingswood Regional Middle School

    Mission : The KRMS community including students, staff, parents and community at large is devoted to excellence in learning. Within a safe and positive environment, this community is dedicated to addressing the unique developmental needs of the early adolescent learner. Ed...

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  • Town Of Eaton

    History Of Eaton Eaton was granted and incorporated November 7, 1766 by Benning Wentworth, governor of the Province of New Hampshire under King George III. The Town?s 25,600 acres were divided equally between Clement March and 65 associates. According to the Charter, they ...

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  • Town Of Tuftonboro
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  • Tuftonboro Free Library

    About Us: From the policy statement revised and adopted by the Trustees in 1998, the mission of the Tuftonboro Free Library is: To seek to identify community needs and interests, and in response to acquire and organize books and other materials that will promote and stimul...

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  • Town Of Tamworth

    History Of Tamworth The history of Tamworth officially began with the granting of a charter from George the Third of England to the town in the name of Benning Wentworth in 1766. Settlers ventured slowly north into the towering forest that was broken only by the Indians' ...

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  • Ossipee Chamber Of Commerce
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  • Pine Tree School

    Pine Tree School Mission Statement Pine Tree School is a learning community, which is responsive to the intellectual, social, physical and emotional needs of each individual. We believe Each individual deserves a tolerant, safe and respectful environment. The famil...

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  • Tuftonboro Central School

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Governor Wentworth Regional School District is to assure that all students acquire knowledge and develop skills and work habits to enable them to become contributing members of society. The mission is best accomplished when all school ...

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  • Chocorua Public Library

    The library had first been housed in the Chocorua Post Office and later in small, damp quarters in the "old" Runnells Hall. In 1969, in conjunction with Runnells Hall and thanks to a generous bequest from Elizabeth Whittemore, Chocorua Public Library was able to construct it...

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  • Kennett Middle School
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  • Town Of Conway
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  • Conway Public Library

    Mission: The Conway Public Library provides materials and services to help community residents of all ages obtain information to meet their personal, educational and professional needs. Special emphasis is placed on providing a wide variety of popular materials for all ages....

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  • Conway Church Of Christ

    About Us: Our name, the Conway Church of Christ, really describes who we are … a group of believers who belong to Jesus Christ. He has filled a need in our souls that no one or nothing else can. Our church family is a diverse group of people united by their common bo...

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  • Effingham Public Library

    Mission : It is the mission of the Effingham Public Library to provide a center for the community that promotes education, leisure and creative pursuits by providing a means to access information and resources. History: After schools and churches were established, the ...

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  • Effingham Historical society

    Our Mission To furnish an opportunity for united thought, study and action in collecting and preserving articles of historic interest to the Town of Effingham; to select, protect, arrange and record documents, artifacts and images. Also to show handwork, home furni...

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  • Town Of Effingham

    Office Hours HOURS for TOWN OFFICES Board of Selectmen Mon.,Tues., Thurs. 9-2; Fri. 9-12 [Closed Wed.] Town Clerk/Tax Collector Tuesday/Thursday 10-6, Wednesday/Friday 8-12 Fire Department Saturdays 9am – 1pm Police Department On call Zoning Enforcement Officer T...

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