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Donna Jean Presby, 76, passed away unexpectedly, on Sunday, July 25, 2021, at the Maplewood Nursing Home in Westmoreland, New Hampshire.

LISBON, N.H. — The Lisbon Lions Club is once again showing its appreciation to local senior citizens by sponsoring the 17th Annual Spring Senior Dinner, free for all senior citizens living in Lisbon, Lyman and Landaff, on Saturday, April 10. The meal will include ham, mashed potatoes, vegetables, applesauce, roll and dessert.

Gerald H Barrows Jr of Lyndonville died January 13 at the age of 94, with his loving friend Jeannie at his side. Gerry was a husband and father first and foremost. He lovingly nurtured, cared for, and nursed his wife Dorothy and children Harold and Lori through their illnesses and deaths and while he was a trucker by trade, he missed his calling because he was an amazing nurse.

LANCASTER, NH – The demand for food pantry services in the greater Lancaster area continues unabated as evidenced by two recent mobile distribution events. On Aug. 14, the Manchester Food Bank held an event and the following week, on Aug. 22, the Lancaster Food Pantry served 150 families, up 17 percent from a mobile food pantry they held the month before.