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April 11, 2013


Advanced summer media camp set

The Londonderry Access Center hosts an advanced summer media camp event Aug. 5-9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The camp is open to students entering sixth through ninth grade in the fall of 2013. Students must have previously taken the beginner summer media camp or had complete training with the Access Center.

The cost of the camp is $35 and payment is required to reserve a space.

Londonderry residents can register first. Residents from other towns can register if space permits.

Students will learn advanced skills in television production and will produce a TV show of their own. For information or to register, call Erin at 432-1147.

Democrats elect delegates, officers

The Londonderry Democratic Committee elected officers and convention delegates on March 27. The delegates will attend the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s 2013 Midterm Convention and the 2014 State Convention.

The committee re-elected Tammy Siekmann as chairman, and elected Nancy Hendricks as vice chairman, Mary Tetreau as treasurer, and Cynthia Combes as secretary.

“Londonderry Democrats are energized by the results of last November’s elections,” Siekmann said. “We intend to stay active to support the important work of President Obama, Gov. Hassan, and all the other Democrats we helped to elect. We encourage the people of Londonderry to work with us to keep moving New Hampshire and the country forward.”

The convention delegates are: Timothy Siekmann, Gary Vermillion, Paul Skudlarek, Robin Skudlarek, Edward Combes, Don Jorgensen, Bryan Merrill, Miranda Fairbrother, Lisa Whittemore, Pam Jorgensen, Mary Tetreau, Tammy Siekmann, Cynthia Combes, Jerry Conner, Larry Furano and Pat Furano.

Library offers online magazine access

Leach Library now has the Online Newsstand. This interface allows easy, direct access to recent feature length articles found in many of the popular and scholarly magazines available through the library’s EBSCO database.

Patrons are able to access the Online Newsstand at the library, at home, or via their smart phones or other mobile devices. Online Newsstand is the creation of Steve Butzel, a New Hampshire librarian.

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