, Derry, New Hampshire

September 6, 2012


Derry News

---- — UNH cheerleaders lead clinic Sept. 29

DURHAM — The University of New Hampshire cheerleading team will host the fifth annual fall youth cheerleading clinic on Saturday, Sept. 29.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn cheerleading fundamentals, including chants, a cheer and a stunt. Participants will be on the sidelines with the UNH Cheerleaders for the first half of the UNH football game that day against Delaware.

The clinic, which is open to youth in grades 1 through 8, will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. at UNH’s Paul Sweet Oval (indoor track at the Field House) and the UNH football game begins at noon.

The cost of the clinic is $25 and includes a UNH Cheerleading T-shirt and admission to the football game. Participants can also purchase Family/Friend discount tickets ($11 general admission) on game day at the box office.

Registration forms are available online at For more information, contact head UNH cheerleading coach Mary LeRose at 862-0806 or

Groups, sell Fish and Game calendars

CONCORD — If you need a fall fundraiser for your school, club or community group, try selling the 2013 New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife calendar. Sales benefit your group at the same time they help support the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s work conserving wildlife and wild places.

This fundraiser offers local groups a great profit margin — your organization makes $4.95 on each calendar sold — and there’s no risk for you, because calendars are pre-sold.

Last year, more than 50 local groups took part in the calendar fundraiser. The all-new 2013 New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife Calendar retails for $9.95. It’s an attractive local product showcasing professional photographs of a range of New Hampshire wildlife. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the wildlife watching tips, plus handy hunting, fishing and snowmobile season dates.

Download a calendar sales kit at or call 271-6355 to request a group sales kit by mail or email.

Sign up now for fall season yoga classes

DERRY — Adult Yoga for All fall sessions start soon.

Classes are held on Thursdays at the Alexander-Carr Park Lodge, 28 Pierce Ave.

The fee is $40 for residents, $60 for nonresidents. There’s a family rate of $25 for the second member of the same household.

Session I starts Sept. 13 and runs through Oct. 11. Classes are from 6 to 7:15 p.m. and from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. Arrive at least five minutes before the class is scheduled to start.

Session II is Oct. 25-Nov. 29. Class days and times are the same as the first session.

Adult Yoga for All is a Hatha yoga program for adults at least 18 years old. Participants 16 and 17 years of age are also eligible to participate when registering with a parent or guardian.

Classes are designed to fit all ability and experience levels. Each session will consist of 75-minute classes.

Each class size requires a minimum of six participants, with a 15-person maximum. Students will be introduced to the health benefits of yoga through stretching exercises, breathing techniques, yoga postures, flow sequences and relaxation.

Participants are sure to increase flexibility, strength, balance and self-confidence, as well as reduce stress. Mariellen Rowe,a certified yoga teacher, leads the classes. Call the Recreation Office at 432-6136 or email Rowe at

Participants should bring a water bottle, yoga mat and blanket. Wear stretchy, comfortable clothing. Class will take place in bare feet.