, Derry, New Hampshire

August 23, 2012


Derry News

---- — Celebrate surfing and help children with cancer

HAMPTON — The Third Annual Molly Surf Celebration will be held Aug. 25 and 26 at the “wall” on 10th Street.

The Molly Fund is a nonprofit organization that raises money to help ease the financial burden of pediatric cancer. Proceeds from this event will go to The Molly Fund at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

Through their Pediatric Resource Program, the Molly Fund provides concrete assistance to in-treatment patients and their families in times of need. The Molly Rowlee Fund is used to assist families with expenses that directly affect their well being, and would make an immediate and positive impact on the lives of pediatric patients and their families.

The Kids Contest is Saturday, Aug. 25 with two divisions: ages 0 to 10 and 11 to 14, using their own boards.

Registration is at 7 a.m. and the contest starts at 8 a.m. Registration is $20.

The adults compete Sunday, with men’s, women’s and a new SUP division.

Registration is at 7 a.m. and the contest at 8 a.m. Registration is $20. Adults can leave their boards at home. But don’t forget your costume.

More information is available at For further inquiries, email Buck Rowlee at

Londonderry Middle School athletes, here are tryout times

LONDONDERRY — Londonderry athletic director Howard Sobolov has announced the schedule for the first date of tryouts for Londonderry Middle School fall sports beginning on Aug 27.

Field hockey: Meet at the LMS gym at 3 p.m.

Girls soccer: LMS game field from 3 to 5 p.m.

Boys soccer: LMS practice field from 3 to 5 p.m.

Girls cross country: Meet behind LMS from 3 to 4:45 p.m.

Boys cross country: Meet behind LMS at 3 p.m.

Derry martial arts academy celebrates with free Fun Fest

DERRY — Professional Martial Arts Academy invites the public to its free annual Summer Fun Fest Saturday, Aug. 25.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 15 E. Broadway.

The day will feature bounce houses, slides, a dunk tank, challenge games, rafles and more.

High school girls lacrosse clinic set set for Sept. 23

DURHAM – The University of New Hampshire women’s lacrosse program has announced that it will hold a Wildcat Lacrosse High School Clinic on Sunday, Sept. 23, at UNH’s Memorial Field.

The clinic is open to girls entering grades 9 through 12 in the fall semester. Participants will learn elite skills from UNH head Sarah Albrecht, who is entering her seventh year as a player on the U.S. national team, as well as assistant coach Eileen Finn and members of the UNH lacrosse team.

The cost of the clinic, which will be held from noon to 2:30 p.m., is $75.

Visit to download a registration form, or email for more information.

Sign up now for hunter education classes for 2012

CONCORD — Hunting seasons are almost here, so if you need a hunter education class, drop everything and sign up for one of the remaining classes for 2012.

Register at Just browse the calendar for the best date and location for you, then click on the course of your choice and complete the online registration form to officially join the class. Most of the remaining classes are in September.

If you have already completed the online course, sign up for the required field day now. There are a limited number of field days left available at the beginning of October. No field days will be offered from the end of October until the spring. Taking the online course does not guarantee you will find space in a field day.

Hunter education is required in New Hampshire before a new hunter can purchase his or her first hunting license (if you are age 16 or older, you need a license to hunt). To meet this requirement, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department offers Hunter and Bowhunter Education classes around the state. Participants must be at least 12 years old to achieve certification in basic Hunter Education or Bowhunter Education.

A new opportunity for sharing the hunting experience this year in New Hampshire is the Apprentice Hunting License. This program allows people a chance to hunt under the guidance of an experienced hunter, without first taking a Hunter Education course first. Learn more at