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Members attending New England Region Conference were moved by Judge Broderick's story about his son's…
$200 was donated to help preserve and maintain the Hunt Memorial Building, the former library now owned by the city of…
$500 was donated to the Nashua Soup Kitchen/Shelter and $500 to the Corpus Christie Food pantry.
The club donated $500 to Harbor Homes; $450 to Family Promise at Anne Marie House; and $200 to the Shelter Box Project…
$150 was donated to Easter Seals.
Donations were given to the following organizations: $500 to the Alzheimers Association; $150 to Breathe New Hampshire…
$500 was donated to the Nashua Senior Activity Center.
A speaker from Bridges by EPOCH at Nashua, a residence for individuals with Alzheimers or other dementias, told us…
Circles Greater Nashua works with individuals and families with low income who are interested in and motivated to…
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On a monthly basis we collect items that the local Community Action Program needs. Cereal, fluff, peanut butter,…

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