---- — Get fit, join the LMS walk/run
LONDONDERRY — The Londonderry Middle School Trail Walk/Run Race will be held Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 3 p.m.
The Wellness Committee’s annual 2.3-mile challenge will take participants from behind the middle school, through the trails behind the high school, around the kindergarten and back to the middle school.
The Londonderry community is invited to participate. There will be acknowledgements for the team most represented, the grade level most represented, and the first runners and walkers to finish.
LMS students can sign up through their physical education class. Community members and LHS students can sign up at londonderry.org.
The $3 entry goes to further the work of the Wellness Committee, a group that sponsors Wellness Day at LMS, snowshoeing, intermural tennis, volleyball, kick-boxing and jump roping among other activities to keep students moving and active.
Questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snowmobile weekend rules may change
CONCORD — People with snowmobiles registered in New Hampshire, Maine or Vermont may be interested in a public hearing coming up regarding the 2014 Snowmobile Reciprocity Weekend Rules. The hearing is set for Monday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord.
The N.H. Fish and Game Department is proposing to amend the laws relative to the snowmobile weekend that allows reciprocity for Vermont and Maine registrations, to use specific calendar dates of Jan. 31 through Feb. 2, instead of using the description of “the fourth full weekend in January.”
“We’re making this date change in the reciprocal weekend in an effort to select the most convenient weekend for all three states,” said Capt. John Wimsatt. “Other than that, these are minor changes to refine the rules for an annual event that has become quite popular since it began a few years ago.”
The complete rulemaking notices, with original and proposed rule language, can be viewed at wildnh.com/Legislative/Notices_summary.htm.
Written comments must be received by Oct. 28. Send to: email@example.com (use subject line “Comments on Snowmobile Weekend Rules”); or write to Executive Director, N.H. Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, 03301; or fax to 271-1438.
Join a new dodgeball league at SportsZone
DERRY — A new dodgeball league begins on Oct. 27 at the SportsZone, 7 A St.
The league will consist of three divisions: men’s, co-ed and high school boys. The cost is $450 per team or $60 per person.
Games will take place on Sundays from 6 to 9 p.m. The league will last seven to eight weeks plus playoffs. Games will be a six-on-six round robin format; the numbers of games played are based on the number of teams in the division. Registration deadline is Oct. 22.
Contact the SportsZone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 537-9663. Information on the league is posted on the website, nhsportszone.com.
Girls, hone skills with the Hawks
MANCHESTER — St. Anselm Hawks’ women’s head coach Julie Plant announced that the women’s basketball program will host the Fall Skills Clinic on Nov. 11 from 9 a.m. to noon.
The clinic, which takes place on campus at Stoutenburgh Gymnasium, is designed for basketball players in grades 3-8, who want to further develop old skills and learn new skills to improve their game, as well as meet college players and coaches to gain experience on what it is like at the “next level.”
The cost of the clinic is $20.
To view the clinic brochure, visit saintanselmhawks.com.
For more information, contact assistant coach Amanda Shannon at 641-7248 or email@example.com.