News, Notes & Announcements for the Rockingham Region

BFUHS Project Graduation Dinner

Project Graduation is hosting a Roast Pork Dinner to benefit Bellows Falls Union High School on Saturday, March 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Bellows Falls Moose Club.

The menu includes potatoes, vegtables, rolls and beverages. The cost is $8 per person.

Sovernet Makes Several Upgrades

Sovernet Communications, a leading provider of telecommunication services in Northern New England, announced several network infrastructure and equipment upgrades designed to better serve their customers. The changes will enhance both reliability and operational efficiencies, as well as bring new next-generation services to additional markets.

Additionally, Sovernet has also made an infrastructure investment in the Rutland market, with the deployment of next-gen Adtran gear, enabling delivery of the latest service advancements including symmetric, enterprise level, broadband at DS3 speeds for a fraction of typical DS3 cost.

Mighty Acorns Pre-School Explorers Club

On Wednesday, March 17 from 10-11:30 a.m., The Nature Museum at Grafton is offering its Mighty Acorns Preschool Explorers Club for ages 3-5 and their caregivers.

Through indoor and outdoor games, activities, and investigations, participants will enjoy learning how tracks reveals the animals that might live around them.

Museum member free; non-members $7 per participating child. Pre-registration is requested by calling the Museum at 843-2111. For information about other Museum programs, call the museum or visit www.nature-museum.org.

New Era Steet Team Group at BFUHS

The New Era Street Team is a group of students from Bellows Falls Union High School who are committed to improving their school climate and encouraging their peers to make more positive choices. Their latest project was a "Hearts for Haiti" dance scheduled for February 13, in which they raised money to send to the Red Cross for the Haiti earthquake relief efforts.

The Street Team members wear "hoodies" with the New Era logo and Street Team label on them, as they plan ways to spread the message and engage their peers in positive and healthy activities. This group began the school year with a stealthy campaign that involved a logo that was bright and fun, secretly passing out stickers, t-shirts, magnets, and wristbands for their peers.

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