Clarion Deadline – 5/21/23

Time again to get your submissions to me for the June CLARION. Deadline is a week away, 5PM (Walpole Time) Sunday, May 21. If possible, early is always even better to aid us in preparing a pleasing publication for your enjoyment. As usual, I already have a number of submissions, so the sooner you get me your articles, announcements or advertisements, the proverbial better for proper placement and design work.

Remember, this is “your community resource” to share information about your group – its activities and events that residents will enjoy attending. And, having a nice mix of articles for readers, I welcome “feel good” news of past local events, stories and accomplishments to share. All subject to space, of course, space that is made possible by the CLARION’s supporting advertisers. We all owe them a big “thank you.”

If you have any questions, or interest in placing an advertisement, reaching over 1900 Walpole, North Walpole and Drewsville addresses, I welcome your inquiries, so please do get in touch with me. All contact information is on the CLARION website.

Thank you, yours, RAY BOAS, Publisher

One thought on “Clarion Deadline – 5/21/23

  1. Stephen Stefanko 05/17/2023 at 2:39 PM Reply

    Hi, Stefan Stefanko here. On behalf of the writing group that meets every third Saturday at the Library, we were hoping you could include the following in the Clarion. If you have any questions you can telephone me at 603-756-3290. I am pasting our information here and including the same as a Word document in case that makes it easier for you. Stefan

    WRITING IT DOWN, an amateur writing group, meets the third Saturday of every month from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Walpole Town Library and we encourage you to join us and share your stories. Perhaps you want to preserve your memories for your families and friends or perhaps just to entertain yourself. Members have written about first dates, learning to cook, first jobs, their youth, heartbreak, happiness, grief, embarrassment, health, and stories they heard from their grandparents. Whether you have written before or if this will be your first attempt, we welcome you. You can also come just to listen. There is no need to sign up, just join us.


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