May minutes

On May 20th, the Society held its meeting at the Hooksett Public Library.

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In a brief report, HHS President updated attendees on Activities that occurred at Heritage Day and HHS program on the 19Oth birthday of Governor Head at Head Cemetery.

Treasurers report – 3979.03 on hand

Program on Town Reports followed

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Up coming events for June 2018

June 18th- Historical Society to sponsor a 8th grade History award at Cawley recognition night- Bob Thinnes to present on our behalf

June 28th– “A night at the Museum” –  the Arah Prescott Historical Library will be open from 6pm to 8pm >  This will be the final event of the year and serves as Junes program.  It will feature historical puzzles and name that item .     At this meeting we will be offering memberships for the following year.  $ 3 per person or $5 family-  Notices to appear on facebook and on this site

 

Hooksett Town reports- a eclectic view

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Hooksett Town reports-a eclectic view- will be the subject of the Next Historical society program
May 24,2018 630
pm at Hooksett Public Library
Each year Towns are required to submit reports that reflect the year’s activities and Hooksett is no exception. The Historical Society will feature a program that highlights Hooksett Town reports from 1915 to the present. The images culled from these reports will show an eclectic view of how they have changed over these past 100 years. Join us and celebrate Hooksett history through the pages of Annual town reports.

In conjunction with this program, the Historical Society is displaying old town reports at the Hooksett Town Hall.

 

190th Birthday Governor Head

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                            May 20, 2018

Come join us at 2pm at Head Cemetery  Pleasant Street Hooksett for a Birthday Celebration featuring Scouts from Troop 292, Head Society School Marms  and Executive Councilor  Christopher Pappas who will lay the ceremony wreath .  This is part of Hooksett’s Heritage Day