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Grafton County Republican Committee Lincoln Reagan Luncheon 4-20-2013



Will Keynote the Grafton County Republican’s Luncheon on April 20th  

HANOVER, NH: Former US Senator Scott Brown will be traveling to Hanover, NH on Saturday, April 20th where he’ll be the keynote speaker for the Grafton County Republican Committee’s Lincoln-Reagan Luncheon. Other special guests to be expected are Former Congressman Frank Guinta, NHGOP Chairman Jennifer Horn and VTGOP Chairman Jack Lindley. 

This is an exciting time as we continue to build upon our grassroots support in the Upper Valley and across Grafton County. The work never stopped after Nov. 6th and we value the relationships that were developed with volunteers from all across Vermont who worked tirelessly during the last election cycle. We look forward to expanding these efforts by working with the VTGOP and its member organizations to create a strong regional grassroots network. 

Republicans and Independents from all across NH and VT are encouraged and welcome to attend. 

Tickets and event information can be found online at: or by calling Grafton County Vice Chairman Tyler Drummond at (603) 867-8100.

Special guests are: Congressmen Charlie Bass and Frank Guinta, Senators Jeanie Forrester and Jeb Bradley, Councilor Ray Burton, Senate President Peter Bragdon?, State GOP Chairman Jennifer Horn, House Speaker Gene Chandler,  Former House Speaker Bill O’Brien, past candidates for governor: Ovide Lamontagne, Kevin Smith and Karen Testerman and Vermont GOP Chairman Jack Lindley. 




Josiah Bartlett Center - Bosse promoted to VP for Media 

The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy today announced the promotion of Grant Bosse to Vice President for Media. In his new role, Bosse will direct the Center's communications efforts, as well as supervise production of The Josiah Bartlett Report Podcast and The Cloakroom Video Magazine. Bosse will continue his duties as Editor of New Hampshire Watchdog.

"Grant Bosse has demonstrated a unique ability to communicate the principles of freedom and open government in a compelling and interesting way," said Center Chairman Rich Ashooh.  "As Vice President for Media, Grant will help share our research and analysis on New Hampshire public policy issues with New Hampshire's press corps, on our own multimedia platforms, and through our social media networks."

Bosse joined the Josiah Bartlett Center in 2008 to launch New Hampshire Watchdog. He was a reporter and anchor at radio stations WGIR and WTSL, winning dozens of awards from the New Hampshire Associated Press Broadcasters Association and the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, including Best Newscast and Best Election Coverage. He also worked on the staffs of the New Hampshire House and U.S. Senator John Sununu.


N.H. Remodeling Company on Mission to Find Ugliest Kitchen 

WEBSTER, N.H., June 14, 2012 – The home remodelers at Cedar Mill Group are spending the summer trying to find the ugliest kitchen they can.

The kitchen's owner will receive thousands of dollars worth of services to rectify the hideousness. Prizes include kitchen design and 3D modeling services valued at $5,000 from Cedar Mill Group and a $1,500-$1,800 Evolve Series Pro or Plus drinking water reverse osmosis system from Capital Well Clean Water Center in Dunbarton.

Other participating local companies include The Ultimate Bath, Rumford Stone, Vintage Kitchens, Pella Windows and Doors, and Baron's Major Brands. Prizes from CMG, Capital Well and The Ultimate Bath will still be awarded even if the campaign's winner does not move forward with a kitchen remodeling project.

“We here at Cedar Mill Group are thrilled to have partnered with the finest companies in the area,” Brett Cusick, CMG's Director of Operations, said.

To enter, like CMG's Facebook page at and post a picture of your ugly kitchen on its wall. Contestants can also post kitchens belonging to their relatives, friends and co-workers. Several area residents have already submitted their ugly kitchens for consideration.

The contest ends on Sept. 21 – the last day of summer. The winner will be chosen at the end of September. Contact Cusick at




Plymouth - Guitar Master Leo Kottke @ Flying Monkey: 6/1

Plymouth, NH.  The Flying Monkey Performance Center is honored to present guitar master Leo Kottke in Plymouth on Friday, June 1st.  Seven time Grammy winner Kottke is known to draw on not just folk, but also blues and jazz music in his original, finger-picking acoustic style on both six and twelve-string guitars. He entertains his audiences with his musical virtuoso and incredible humor.   Tickets for this concert start at $35.

For nearly four decades, Leo Kottke has relentlessly pursued a unique musical vision that has placed him among the foremost acoustic guitar stylists of our time -- or any other time, for that matter. A six and 12-string guitar virtuoso, Kottke has dazzled audiences with his amazing fingerstyle approach -- amassing a worldwide following and winning 7 Grammy Awards in the process. The Los Angeles Times notes "Kottke has an uncanny ability to make folk music sound like capital-A art." The self-taught guitarist first surfaced with his now-legendary 1969 recording, Six and Twelve-String Guitar. He has since blazed a singular stylistic path -- creating music which draws on blues, jazz, and folk influences. Classical precision, popular appeal, jazz fluency, 20th-century harmony, syncopated rhythms, and lyrics that feature quasi-literary characterizations all vie for supremacy in his music and challenge our preconceived notions of how acoustic guitar music should sound.

“My music is maybe hard to categorize,” Kottke allows. “It doesn’t fit conveniently into the bins at record stores. That works for me, though ... I don’t rise and fall with trends. Most listeners seem to have room for this stuff.  It’s been great that way.”  Classic Kottke albums like Chewing Pine (1975), Balance (1979), Time Step (1983), My Father’s Face (1989), Great Big Boy (1991), Peculiaroso (1993) and One Guitar, No Vocals (1999) have consistently won over new fans while continuing to surprise and delight longtime aficionados.  Over the years, Kottke has worked in the studio and shared concert stages with everyone from Lyle Lovett, John Fahey, T-Bone Burnett and Rickie Lee Jones, to Paco de Lucia, Pepe Romero, John Williams, John McLaughlin and Joe Pass.

Longtime Kottke devotees have learned to expect the unexpected. Kottke’s ability to embrace folk idioms and pop melodies as readily as he assimilates jazz and classical influences makes him unique among guitar virtuosi. As the Melbourne Review attests, “At any given moment you could close your eyes and imagine three guitarists in the place of Kottke …"  But for all its technical brilliance, wicked syncopation and harmonic sophistication, Kottke’s music is eminently accessible.  At heart he’s a populist. Audacious, intelligent and funny, Leo Kottke’s musical performance defies traditional categories and is, simply put, a delight to hear.

The Flying Monkey is quickly becoming known as the ‘best place in NH’ to see a show.   Go experience Dinner and a Show with World Class artists, state of the art sound and lighting, and unparalleled food and beverage service by the Common Man Family of Restaurants. 

Tickets for the Leo Kottke concert are $35, and $45 for premium seats.   For tickets and more information on concerts and the Flying Monkey Performance Center, visit or call 603-536-2551.


About The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center

The former Plymouth Theatre on Main Street in Plymouth, NH, the funky, 1920’s era playhouse was renovated in 2010 and updated with all the modern amenities of today’s state of the art live entertainment venue. What was previously a two-screen movie theater has been converted into one intimate performance hall. State of the Art Sound and Lighting was installed by renowned acoustic engineer Bill Blaine.  The venue boasts a unique seating layout including cabaret style table sections and bars on both the main floor and the balcony. Reserved table seating offers both food and beverage service in the main hall during performances, starting as early as an hour and a half before showtime.




Summer Raw Bar at Tuscan Kitchen in Salem, NH

Tuscan Kitchen Welcomes the Summer with a New Raw Bar Just in Time for the Season!


WHAT          Food trends come and go, but year after year, nothing speaks to the flavor of summer like a classic raw bar. For a fresh, vibrant taste of summer, look no further than the ward-winning Tuscan Kitchen in Salem, NH. This May through August, Tuscan Kitchen will be featuring daily selections of the finest seafood from their new Summer Raw Bar, available for lunch and dinner. Enjoy the special catch of the day, or take on the succulent Tuscan Shellfish Tower. Choose from a selection of Local Oysters, Little Neck Clams, and Giant Shrimp Cocktail, or enjoy our luxurious Chilled Maine Lobster. Our wide variety of first class sea-sourced fare has something exciting to offer every seafood lover!


From The Raw Bar

Fresh Daily Selections

Tuscan Shellfish Tower

Local oysters, Little Neck Clams, Giant Shrimp Cocktail

Chilled Maine Lobster

Tuna & Scallop Crudo Served with a Trio of Signature Sauces


WHERE:          Tuscan Kitchen67 Main Street, Salem, NH 03079 603-952-4875


WHEN:            Available now through August 2012


Reservations accepted for parties of seven or more. Call-ahead seating is available for parties smaller than seven. Simply call (603) 952-4875 before leaving your home or office and if on a wait, you will be added to wait list ensuring priority seating! Upon arrival, please check in with the host at the front door. *There may be an additional wait when you arrive.