Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Share Our Strength's Great American Bake Sale at Timberland November 7, 2008

My Mom and I hosted The Great American Bake Sale at Timberland. This is my 4th year helping host the annual Bake Sale. We raised over $400.00 at this Bake Sale to donate to Share Our Strength to aid in the fight against childhood hunger. A special thanks to all of the Timberland Employee bakers and buyers! With your help our Bake Sale was a hit and a huge success! Thank you to Lois, Judd, Lisa, and my Mom for all your hard work. The Bake Sales At Timberland have raised close to $3,000

ELECTION DAY Tuesday November 4, 2008

Did you vote today? I was able to beat the crowds and vote in my home town...and I went home for a special dinner!

Miss Capital Area November 2, 2008

Congratulations to Caitlin McGlinchey, the new Miss Capital Area!

Exeter Area Interfaith Crop Walk October 26, 2008 Raises $17,000

I was able to participate in the Exeter Area Interfaith Community Crop walk the second year in a row! I was asked to speak about Hunger in New Hampshire and in America and also to perform an inspirational piece. I was able to sing the song "More Love" by the Dixie Chicks. This song focuses on taking a step back from our busy lives and taking the time to reach out to those in need, help others, and love more. With more love we can work with each other and not against each other. I am so glad that I was a part of an event that raised $17,000! Congratulations to the wonderful team who put this event on and a special thanks goes to Paul Montana (St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry), Andrea (Crop Walk organizer), and Dwight. Your hard work has really helped our community and has impacted world hunger on a whole.

Check out the article from seacoastonline:

Crop Walk raises $17K

The Exeter Area Interfaith Crop Walk was Oct. 26 with more than 200 walkers demonstrating community compassion. Through this event, participants walked and raised almost $17,000 to support the hunger-fighting efforts of Church World Service, both locally and around the world.
In 2008, local food pantries will receive around $4,000 to aid fellow area residents in need, and some $13,000 will make possible the global work of Church World Service. Local agencies benefiting from the Crop Walk include Exeter Congregational Church Food Pantry, Feed My Lambs, Newfields Congregational Church Food Pantry, Pilgrim UCC of Brentwood, Kingston Food Pantry and the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry.

Area churches participating include the Christ Episcopal Church, Exeter Congregational Church, Exeter United Methodist Church, Faith Lutheran Church, First Unitarian Universalist Society of Exeter, Greenland UCC, Kensington Congregational Church, Newfields Community Church, North Hampton UCC, Pilgrim UCC Brentwood-Kingston, North Hampton UCC, St. Michael's Catholic Church, and the Stratham Community Church.

Students from Exeter High School, Phillips Exeter Academy and Sanborn Regional High School and the North Hampton Junior Girl Scout Troop 675 also participated.

Miss Greater Plaistow October 18, 2008

Right after the Mount Washington Cruise I went over to see Miss Greater Plaistow! This is a brand new local for the Miss NH Scholarship Program, congratulations to Krystal Miller on her first crown! Also, I congratulate Shanna Pinet and Jess Plante for putting on a wonderful show.

I was very excited that they took the time to ask each of the local title holders what we do for our platforms. I love the opportunity to talk about my platform. I volunteer at least 4 hours every week for my platform. Thank you for taking the time to ask us what we do in the community!