Enjoy this fabulous SpeakerFest, Saturday, March 11th from 12PM – 3PM at Safe Harbor Recovery Center, 865 Islington Street, Portsmouth NH.
Listen to a variety of speakers and meet new friends!
If you are in recovery, seeking recovery, or a family member this is for you. An afternoon of free food, and an open event of speakers from many of the different fellowships, different paths, as well as family members sharing their experience, strength and hope while joining together to enjoy the food and the power of recovery.
Pot Luck – We’ll provide the pizza. Please bring along a salad or dessert!
Free Event – All are welcome!
Childcare and kids activities will be provided.
Questions please contact Elizabeth @ Safe Harbor Recovery Center at 603-570-9444.
Please share this event on facebook; https://www.facebook.com/SafeHarborNH/
We are gearing up for ourselves 6th annual Chocolate Ball on March 11th. Tickets are $20. Children under 12 $10. D.J.Joey Dion .
All the Chocolate you can eat. Raffles and games. 7:00-11:00
Hope to see you there! You can purchase tickets at the door.
Also you can call 548-0521 for more info. Derry Friendship Center, 6 Railroad Ave, Derry, NH
Visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Derry-Friendship-Center-532373186818916/
Safe Harbor Recovery Center in Seabrook, NH will be officially opened it’s doors on Monday, February 27, 2017. Location is at 867 Lafayette Road (Rte 1), Seabrook, NH; 877.369.0928
View their new Facebook page with schedule and additional meeting information. Please stop by and say Hello to Angela Whiting who will be overseeing this location.
Meetings in NH:
Tuesday 7PM; Easter Seals Bldg 555 Auburn St. Manchester
Thursday 7:30-9PM; Congregational Church 61 Main St (Route 121) Hampstead.
Contact Ed Talbot for more information and newly announced meetings; 603.225.9540 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month and March 14th is Screening Day. Please use this attached flyer to screen your clients/members. One answer to anyone of these three questions indicates a potential gambling problem. For more information on tools for Gambling Awareness Month visit www.ncpgambling.org
The pledge drive will run from March 13th to 31st. Any young cook between the age of 12 to 18 are encouraged to participate, competing for pledge votes that will qualifying them for 1 of the 4 spots in the CHOPPED Junior Challenge on Tuesday, April 18th. All funds raised are 100% in support of MWV Supports Recovery Sober Living Home in Center Conway, The Endeavor House and Family Resource Center serving Carroll County and surrounding communities.
The winner of the CHOPPED Junior Challenging in April will not only earn the title of MWV CHOPPED Challenge Champion but we have cash prized for both 1st and 2nd place.
PLEASE, if you know any young cooks between the ages of 12 to 18 interested in showing of their skills for a great cause please have them email, their name, photo, town they are from and a brief paragraph on why they should be chosen to compete in the CHOPPED Junior Michelle Ward at email@example.com or distribute/post the flyer attached.
Chucky’s at it again, planning another dip for all of you brave friends. The theme is Super Heros and it will be held on April 1st, 2017 at the Seabrook Harbor location where Chucky plunges daily. Stay tuned for more information or visit Chucky’s facebook page for great information on how you can donate to his worthy plight, Chucky’s Fight; https://www.facebook.com/chuckysfight/