Summer concerts at the First Baptist Church
BRENTWOOD — The First Baptist Church will be hosting its summer concert series throughout July and August.
All concerts will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday evenings, outdoors on the lawn behind the church. Nancy and Friends, the First Baptist Church Praise Band, will be performing July 20 while Country Don, a country gospel singer, will take the stage on Aug. 3. Songwriter Ben Laine is scheduled to perform on Aug. 17.
Brentwood welcomes new officer
BRENTWOOD — The Brentwood Police Department recently welcomed new part-time police officer Sean Seeley to the force,
Seely is also a part-time officer in Pittsfield and was formally a Maine police officer.
Stratham’s National Night Out
STRATHAM — The Stratham Police Department is asking people to mark their calendars for their first annual National Night Out.
Taking place on Tuesday, August 6, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the night out is a national event that seeks to improve the relationship between police officers and members of the community. In between fun and food, the department hopes to foster positive feelings in the community.
The department will continue to send out more details as they become available. For more information, visit the department’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/2091330744506073/.
School Board looks to fill vacancy
STRATHAM — The Stratham School Board is looking for a resident to fill an empty board position.
The term would last until its expiration in 2020.
Those who are interested are asked to submit a letter of interest to Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Dr. Thomas F. Campbell at 30 Linden Street, Exeter, NH 03833. All letters must be submitted by August 31, and applicants will be interview on Sept. 11.
Carriage Barn seeks volunteers
KENSINGTON — The Carriage Barn equine adaptive therapy program is looking for volunteers to assist with therapeutic horseback riding and carriage driving, fundraising, events, and fun activities. Volunteers are needed at various times throughout the week to work with horses and clients.
Anyone interested in learning more can contact The Carriage Barn at 603-378-0140, email email@example.com, or check out their website at www.carriage-barn.org.