Good morning friends. It’s Tuesday in Bedford and I’m back to your inbox to update you on all the important things happening in Bedford today including updates on…
- receive women Scouting Leadership Awards.
- balsam fir Christmas trees to help pets.
- Traffic will be one lane on Route 101 bridge building.
But first today’s weather:
Mostly sunny. High: 46 Low: 29.
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Here are the top stories from Bedford today:
- Amy LaBelle, the founder of Labelle Winery, was recognized with the 2022 Granite State Outstanding Women’s Leadership Award at the Daniel Webster Council (DWC), Boy Scouts of America’s Women’s Leadership Reception. Four outstanding Bedford leaders were also honored, along with 21 others who received the Golden Doe Award for Women in Leadership and Excellence in Scouting. Congratulations to everyone! (cartagetownenews.com)
- Fresh Christmas trees arrived at NH’s Animal Rescue League on Monday – just in time for the holidays. Balsam fir Christmas trees arrived from Beloin Tree Farm on Monday morning. The ARLNH thanks “a crew of volunteers from Bar Harbor Wealth Management, CCA Global Partners and Saint Anselm College” for their help with the tree delivery in a recent social media post. Help the animals at the shelter this holiday season by purchasing a tree from the Animal Rescue League of NH on Route 101. Learn more here: (Animal Rescue League of NH via Facebook)
- Construction will begin this week to replace a Red Listed Bridge on Route 101 where it intersects at Pulpit Brook. Road works will begin on November 21, weather permitting, and from November 22 traffic will be “converted to one lane with alternate oncoming traffic between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. from mile marker 46.4 to 47.4.” redirected. This was announced by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation. The good news is that we should have a safe new bridge by July 14, 2023. (NH DOT)
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- Annual Craft Guild Holiday Fair: “Our annual Christmas Fair starts this Friday November 25th and runs through December 22nd. Lots of new handmade gifts from our talented artists with a rotating inventory. Shopify online will also be available.” (The Artisan Guild via Facebook)
- The library closes early “Happy Thanksgiving from Bedford Public Library! For the holidays the building will close at 5pm on Wednesday 23 November and will reopen on Saturday 26 November.” (Bedford (NH) Public Library via Facebook)
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