FYI – Some info from Hope for NH Recovery:)
"Thank you to everyone that came out to the Anonymous People screening at the Palace Theatre. We had over 300 people attend the event, and although it was very hot in there due to a broken A/C we had great feedback. We also raised close to $13,000!"
The Manchester Recovery Center is making progress. According to Melissa Cres (President BOD): We have moved furniture into the temporary space in Families in Transition on Market st. and are working to get that set up. We set up a Facebook page just for MRCC so if you didn’t catch it on the HOPE Facebook page look for it. There will be many volunteer opportunities large and small coming your way very soon!
Lets all get out and support this great movement! Share on your facebook. For additional information visit http://www.hopefornhrecovery.org/
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