Author Archives: Ray Boas

IT IS TIME – JANUARY 2019 CLARION CLOSING DATE – 21 DECEMBER

Yes, as the holidays approach, please get your articles, ads, notices, etc. submitted for the January 2019 issue of THE WALPOLE CLARION. Closing date is Friday, 21 December, just a week away. Even with the holidays, the closing day is … Continue reading

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ALMOST THERE – 90% RAISED – WALKER ROAD CONSERVATION

Yes, the response to conserving the “Gateway to Walpole” with 1,000 feet of shoreline on the Connecticut River has been overwhelming and gratifying. There have been several individual donations in the thousands of dollars, and The Walpole Conservation Commission has … Continue reading

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GATEWAY TO WALPOLE – GIVING VIDEO

Still wondering why the efforts to conserve the 1,000 feet of Connecticut River frontage at the entrance to the Village of Walpole, New Hampshire? This video will answer your questions, show you this special property, and its importance. At the … Continue reading

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ARMISTICE DAY – 100th ANNIVERSARY – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 – VETERANS DAY

I publish a “blog –  “Shunpiking with Ray” – documenting, and sharing my travels. For the first time I just published the background to Armistice Day – Veterans Day.  For years I have received a daily email from The Week – a … Continue reading

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GATEWAY TO WALPOLE Fund-Raising DETAILS

THE GATEWAY TO WALPOLE Fund-Raising in Full Motion click on this link for a full-page PDF for details to share, and to make your donation – Thank You. Do read the lead articles in the November issue of the CLARION, … Continue reading

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NOVEMBER 2018 CLARION – NOW ON-LINE

The November issue of THE WALPOLE CLARION is now on-line with the important story that the threat of a gas station being constructed at The Gateway to Walpole has now been averted. But your tax deductible contribution is now needed … Continue reading

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AGREEMENT SIGNED — ZONING APPLICATION PULLED — NO GAS STATION

AGREEMENT SIGNED — ZONING APPLICATION PULLED NO GAS STATION FUNDRAISING MAY NOW AGGRESSIVELY BEGIN  Following the Planning Board Public Hearing Tuesday, October 9, discussions continued with D&C Transportation’s attorney to complete an agreement to purchase from D&C the 10 acre … Continue reading

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