, Derry, New Hampshire

January 10, 2013


Derry News

---- — Teddy bears welcome at Leach

Leach Library hosts a Teddy Bear Picnic and story time on Jan. 14 from 4 to 5 p.m. at the library on Mammoth Road.

Children are invited to bring their favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal friend. They will hear stories about bears from around the world.

The program also includes singing “Teddy Bears’ Picnic.”

Advance registration is recommended by calling the library at 432-1127 or stopping by the Children’s Room.

Reflections art exhibit planned

The 16th annual Reflections student art exhibit is set for Jan. 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Londonderry Middle School.

The community is invited to stop by and see student works in painting, drawing, video, poetry and much more.

This year’s theme is “The Magic of A Moment.”

Top winners will go on to compete at the Reflections state show later in the year.

Child Find

screening planned

The Londonderry School District hosts a Child Find event for residents ages 21/2 through 5.

The free service offers screening for those children who may have vision, hearing and other developmental problems.

The Child Find takes place at the Londonderry Early Education Program space at Moose Hill School, 150 Pillsbury Road.

Dates are Feb. 4 and April 4. Parents may call for an appointment at 437-5855.

Appointments are necessary for the screening.

Local makeup

artist honored

Londonderry-based makeup artist and esthetician Ella Schwotzer was selected as the recipient of the 2013 “The Knot Best of Weddings” by the editors of The Knot magazine and brides who also voted in her favor.

This is the second year Schwotzer has received the honor for her work.

“It is an honor to be selected by ‘The Knot’ for the New Hampshire region,” Schwotzer said. “It’s meaningful enough to be part of someone’s wedding day, but it is a true honor to get positive feedback from my brides. I cannot thank them enough.”

As the winner, Schwotzer will be featured on the Best of Weddings winner page at The Knot’s website. She has worked in the area for the past eight years, working with clients from both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

She has also worked for international clients during presidential primaries and worked with New Hampshire Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter during her 2012 campaign.

School district candidates needed

The school district seeks candidates for open positions.

The filing period opens Jan. 23 and ends Feb. 1 for anyone wanting to run for a school district office.

The open positions include one School Board member, three years; school district clerk, three years; school district moderator, three years; and treasurer, three years.

Interested candidates can contact the school district office.