---- — Eagle Scout project on display
Andrew Stock, a member of the Pinkerton Academy Class of 2014, chose his school for a historical photo project to help him earn his Eagle award.
Andrew created a photo history exhibit now on display at the school’s Alumni Center, honoring teacher and headmaster Edmund R. Angell, who served as headmaster from 1876 to 1885.
Angell’s photos were reproduced from glass negatives donated by a friend of the family. Stock categorized the exhibit and offers a brochure with photos listed and what year they were taken. Some photos are of various buildings in town, Pinkerton students, classes, art and local churches. The exhibit is also honoring Pinkerton’s 200th anniversary in 2014.
Midwinter Authors Day at library
Derry Public Library hosts a “Midwinter Authors Day” on Feb. 1 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The day features authors Lyn Miller-Lachmann, Terry Farish, Brendan Halpin, N. Griffin and Erin Bowman and event is for ages 12 through adult. Participants will get tips on writing, how to secure agents, how to get a book deal and more. Bring your own work as an open mic will follow. Call 432-6140 for information.
Community Caregivers of Greater Derry hosts its ninth annual Potter’s Bowl event on Jan. 31 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Promises to Keep on Route 28. For a $35 tickets guests can eat as much soup as they want provided by local businesses and restaurants and also enjoy a silent auction. Guests get to choose a handcrafted bowl and take it home at the end of the night. Call 432-0877 for tickets and information or stop by the Caregivers’ office at 58 East Broadway.
Snowshoe event planned
Go Green Derry will hold its annual snowshoe event on Feb. 8 from noon to 3 p.m. at Broadview Farm off Young road. Eastern Mountain Sports will provide snowshoes to try and there will be cocoa and marshmallows served around a bonfire. All are welcome to come to this town property and enjoy the day. If there is no snow, people are invited to come and walk the property’s trails. Visit go-green-derry.org for information.
Conservation honors Scout
Conservation Commission members gave accolades to Derry Eagle Scout Tyler Pascucci after the Troop 405 member completed his Eagle Scout project at the Low conservation property in Derry last year.
Conservation Chairman Margie Ives said she attended the Scout’s awards ceremony Jan. 11 and said he did a wonderful job on the project that included creating and marking trails and making signs for the property.
Ives said the Commission would award Tyler and his family with official Conservation Commission shirts. The Town Council also awarded the Scout with an official proclamation.
After school club planned
An after school Good News Club is being held for children in grades kindergarten through fifth grade at Derry Village Elementary School on Mondays beginning Feb. 10.
The club is held from 3:05 to 4:20 p.m. and is sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship Inc., an international, Bible-centered, nondenominational organization. Good News clubs are held weekly and are for all children regardless of any religious background or affiliation. The club is taught by trained volunteers. The program is free. Call 548-2496 for information.
Spaghetti dinners set
West Running Brook Middle School continues its schedule of free spaghetti dinners for the public. Dinners are held at the school on the following dates: Feb. 20, Mar. 20, April 17 and May 22. Dinners begin at 5 p.m. in the cafeteria.