Veterans breakfast planned Nov. 9
Londonderry High School’s Pay It Forward Club hosts a breakfast for veterans on Nov. 9 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the high school cafeteria. The event is free to veterans and one guest.
The program includes special recognition for veterans, and music performed by student musicians.
Legion Post 27 plans parade on Nov. 9
American Legion Post 27 hosts its Veterans Day parade on Nov. 9 at 10 a.m. following the breakfast at the high school.
The parade will leave the high school, head down Mammoth Road and end at the Town Common, where traditional Veterans Day services will be held.
Free Thanksgiving meal offered
The Londonderry Fire Department hosts a free Thanksgiving meal for seniors on Nov. 9 at noon. The meal will be held at the senior center at Mayflower Grange.
The menu includes all the trimming, desserts and beverages. Sign up at the senior center or call 432-8554.
Russian students, businessmen visit
Londonderry welcomed a group of Russian business leaders and students, all affiliated with the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. The group visited Highland Forwarding Inc. and Highland Project Logistics Inc. in Londonderry last month. The visit was part of a mission to introduce the foreign students to American business and help make connections.
Sen. Sharon Carson, R-Londonderry, sent a proclamation to welcome the guests that was read by Town Manager Kevin Smith. Smith also led a question-and-answer session and chatted with the visitors about a wide range of topics.
Award-winning author visits
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hedrick Smith made a stop at the Londonderry Access Center recently to be interviewed for the local cable program, “One Voice At a Time.”
The show’s host, Dottie Grover, had the opportunity to sit down with Smith during his New Hampshire tour and hear more about his latest book, “Who Stole the American Dream?”