Those walls, which were once living trees (probably quite local) have absorbed a lot over the decades, and it seems reasonable that on some level, the hall misses us, just as we all have missed the various events that would have gone on within.
Mike has been connected to Nelson ever since he went on a blind date with Kathy French, in 1971. It didn’t take him long to get drafted into the Nelson workforce. Mike never forgot the pleasure of making things, which he had learned in high school woodshop starting at age 15.
A scholarship in the name of Albert Duvall Quigley, an artist, musician and framemaker from Nelson, New Hampshire, was established in 2017 at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. This article serves as a reminder for those who know about it, or new information for those who don't.
Among other things, our theory about the recent BOOM felt throughout the state. Also music, maps, and more.
When I was a child, cemeteries always held a sense of somber grandeur to me. Today, as an adult on the far side of childhood, I live in Nelson, and I am privileged to know many of the stories associated with the people buried in our graveyards. I am also fortunate to serve as the chair of the Nelson Cemetery Board as we take the first steps toward building a new cemetery for the town.
From the Select Board: a public health appeal. And the town has job openings for a deputy town clerk, and both indoor and outdoor maintenance.
Can you identify the location of this photo?
For 3 years I had an orange cat named Bob. Bob had come from an unfortunate background but he flourished here and was entertaining company. Sometimes the Warner’s big cat from just down the road, also orange and fluffy, would stop by to visit and take Bob off for an adventure. I worried but he always came home.
Plenty activity to divert you from fall chores!