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Lego Fundraiser

Over 15% of students’ families are unable to pay “Redemption’s” annual tuition of $300.00, which includes instruction, uniform, and books.

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A run across America raises money for New Hampshire parish food pantry

He started his research eight years ago. He ran three times a day until he retired, then upped his training. He ordered a stroller in 2012, to carry a necessaries including a tent, a GPS tracking device, water, food and maps of states across the country.

Alan Barlow is running 3,200 miles in five months, raising $15,000 for a food pantry run by St. Paul’s Church in Concord, which operates on a minimum $20,000 budget each year. He started one week […]

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