We hope the April issue gives you a chance to think about something other than COVID-19 for a few seconds, especially since the state just issued a stay-at-home order. There’s a dam here in town, with water spilling over it,
The March Advocate opens with the story of two Dubliners who have successfully scaled NH’s 48 mountaintops over 4,000 feet, aka the NH4Ks. And they’re not stopping there; next comes the peaks for Vermont and Maine. Go ladies! On to
The February issue kicks off with details about the Broadband opportunity presented to all Dubliners from the town committee. Several informational sessions are announced to field questions, and to pass the bond will require a 2/3 vote at Town Meeting.
From Dublin’s School Board Rep Alan Edelkind: Dublin Residents and other readers of the Dublin Advocate, In the February 2020 Dublin Advocate, I made the commitment to provide an article dealing with the ConVal 2020-2021 School District budget that you
The January Advocate is in our homes, and it opens with a story about the age-old tradition of storing ice blocks from our lake brought to new light by local builder and craftsman, Caleb Niemela. Thanks to the Historical Society