Any of you who have been to our home and office of Spruce Pond at Bear Brook know that we have a delightfully rustic site. By default this also implies a slow, very slow, internet service. Occasionally I get out to the library (or tap into my neighbors wireless...ssshhh)with a moment or two to include a few pics and stories here.
Today, I don't really have the sort of leisure because of oh-so-many pending deadlines. Yet, here I am (procrastinating?)
We have six NH Parks Interpreters doing absolutely splendidly in various parks around the state: Check out http://www.DiscoverPowerofParks.com  to meet this year's Discover the Power of Parks interpretive park rangers. Discover the Power of Parks is a collaboration between the SCA NH, NH State Parks and Public Service of NH.
We also have our cadre of crews out and about doing amazing conservation service projects like trails, invasives mitigation, energy independence work (read: splitting and stacking wood), and much more.
And, of course, are stupendous SCA Manchester teams. They completed 4 hitches in the White Mountains and now are digging back into Manchester Parks. The high school participants will be recognized at a ceremony on Oct. 4 6-8:30 at the Manchester Public library. Come show your support if your in town.
Interspersed have been service days like 9/11, Weeks Act, South West Bus day in Manchester, recycling education at a ball game and much more.
Before we know it the 10 months of service will be completed for the Americorps members. So much has transpired we'd need a volume of novels to tell the stories. Come get a glimps at our recongition ceremony on Oct. 20, 2-4pm at the Manchester Town hall with a reception following at our own dining hall in Bear Brook