LEEP accepting applications for 2021-2022 year

The Londonderry Early Education Program, or LEEP, is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year. If your child turned 3 years old by Sept. 1 and is a Londonderry resident, consider enrollment in this preschool program.

LEEP is a developmentally appropriate preschool respectful of all children's talents and individual needs with certified educators. The program is provided by the Londonderry School District with programs for 3-year-olds meeting from 8:25 to 10:55 a.m. either two or four days per week. Pre-kindergarten programs meet from noon to 2:30 p.m. either three or four days per week.

Applications are available online on the Moose Hill School website. LEEP handbooks are also available online on the Moose Hill School website for additional information on the program. For more information, contact Dee Fosmire at 437-5855 ext. 7223, or email Dee Fosmire at dfosmire@londonderry.org or Kim Speers at kspeers@londonderry.org.

Supervisors in session

The Supervisors of the Checklist are in session at the town on Jan. 19, 7 to 7:30 p.m., to correct the checklist and register voters. To register to vote, one must bring proof of Londonderry residency, proof of citizenship (passport, birth certificate, naturalization papers), proof of age and photo ID. Qualified applicants without this information can sign an affidavit attesting to their qualifications for identity, age, residence and citizenship.

American Legion seeks members

Anyone that served on federal active duty in the United States Armed Forces since Dec. 7, 1941, and has been honorably discharged or are still serving is eligible to join the American Legion. Please stop by the Post at 6 Sargent Road to pick-up an application or go to legion.org.

The Legion also welcomes men whose fathers or grandfathers are eligible for membership as well as women related to qualified members. These two groups can join the Sons of the American Legion and Auxiliary respectively. Prospective veterans can go to legion.org to view membership criteria.

Men and women related to veterans can go to legion.org/sons or alaforveterans.org/joining/ respectively to view membership criteria. The American Legion is the country’s largest veterans service organization and is committed to assisting veterans in need, mentoring youth, sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism, honor, promoting strong national security as well as continued devotion to our fellow service members.

You can get DD-214 discharge paperwork sent to you at no cost by visiting archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records.

For more information about events at Londonderr's Post 27 go alpost27.com, call 603-437-6613, visit our Greeley-Parmenter Harrington Facebook page or on Twitter @ALPost27.

Library hosts virtual program for teens

Leach Library hosts a virtual book talk with teens available on the library’s Facebook page beginning Jan. 19, at 10 a.m. Miss Megan will chat about two new books in the young adult area of the library, “The Brave” by James Bird, and “Half Life” by Lillian Clark. Check the library’s Facebook page on Jan. 19 for the link to the talk.

Children’s program focuses on friendship

Leach Library hosts a virtual program for children about friendship fun. The program is available starting Monday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. The program includes songs, crafts, stories and some favorite friendship picture books. To pick up a coloring page or to reserve any of the program’s featured books, call the library at 603-432-1132. Check the library’s Facebook page on Jan. 25 for the link to the program.


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