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Town Meeting Voting on Articles 1&2 Election of Officers and Zoning Ballot will be held on Tuesday March 9th from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM at the Crapo Building.
Town Meeting Business that includes all other Warrant Articles and the 2021 Budget will be held on May 11, 2021 at 6:00pm at the Sugar Hill Fire Station.
The White River Junction VA Medical Center is excited to announce that it will be hosting two walk-in clinics with community partners next week! If you have already received your vaccine, please disregard this email but please forward to any Veterans in your community who may be interested.
Littleton Elks Lodge
WHAT: Walk-in COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
WHO: Any eligible, enrolled Veterans aged 55 and older OR Veterans that are essential workers (please bring supporting documentation of essential status) Eligibility staff will be there to process applications for VA healthcare if you are not already enrolled.
Please bring your DD214 and any supporting military documentation to help us determine your eligibility for VA Healthcare.
WHERE: Littleton Elks Lodge #1831 located at 42 Main St US-302, Bethlehem, NH 03574
WHEN: Wednesday, March 3rd 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Richardson Memorial Library:
Library is closed to browsing inside. You can call in your reading requests to the Librarian (823-7001) 7 days a week and she will return your call and arrange for pick up. www.richardson-memorial-library.org for rules and details
Willing Workers Scholarship:
Willing Workers Society of Sugar Hill is offering a Merit Award to graduating seniors. If you are a student planning to graduate this year, please contact the Society at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your name, school you are attending and valid snail mail address. We will send you an application to complete by the May 1, 2021 deadline.
2021 Lupine Festival has been cancelled. We hope to be back again in 2022. Please stay safe.
Update from Littleton Regional Healthcare:
We would like to provide updates on several areas related to COVID-19 vaccination at LRH:
FIRST DOSE APPOINTMENTS: We understand there are no available appointments at LRH in VAMS in February and March. This is due to a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines at this time. LRH is allocated our supply directly from the State of NH, who we are in frequent communication with. We will open additional clinics as soon as we are able. Rest assured, we want to give everyone that’s eligible the opportunity to receive the vaccine as soon as possible.
SECOND DOSE APPOINTMENTS: Starting Monday, February 8, patients will automatically be scheduled for their second dose following their first-dose appointment. Patients will be given an appointment card with second-dose information at the time of receiving your first dose. For patients that received their first dose at LRH between January 29 and February 8, you will be receiving an appointment card from LRH with the date and time of your second dose. You do not need to schedule an appointment through VAMS. There is no need to contact us at this time. We will be mailing appointment cards to everyone that received their first dose at LRH within that time. The individuals that received their first dose at LRH on January 30 and 31 during our weekend clinic do not need to book a second-dose appointment in VAMS. We have received confirmation from the State that we will have second doses available for these individuals the weekend of February 20 and 21. Reminder postcards will be sent out next week to confirm your appointment date and time.
PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS AT LITTLETON ARMORY OR LITTLETON FIRE DEPARTMENT: If your original appointment was scheduled for the Littleton Armory or Littleton Fire Department, your appointment is still valid at the same day and time. The only change is that you will now report to LRH for your vaccination. Please turn onto Hilltop Road and follow signs for COVID-19 Vaccinations. Starting this week, LRH will be the only vaccination site in Littleton.
CONTINUED UPDATES: We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding. Information changes quickly, but we are committed to keeping our patients and community informed. It is evident that information can change daily, sometimes hourly, but we will share updates as we receive them. We will open additional clinics in VAMS as soon as we can confirm that we will receive enough doses to host these clinics. Again, thank you for your cooperation as we work through this together.
Please wear your mask!
MASKS ARE MANDATORY IN ALL TOWN BUILDINGS – RESTROOMS ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
The Meetinghouse and the Crapo Building will be closed to any public gatherings with the exception of Sugar Hill Town Board meetings downstairs with social distancing guidelines.
Nice story about the 128th Annual Sugar Hill Christmas Party: https://www.unionleader.com/news/health/coronavirus/covid-19-can-t-stop-128th-annual-sugar-hill-town-christmas-party/article_89719b0f-2244-5245-8c10-7d7ef9dbe6b3.html
SUGAR HILL RESIDENTS :If you need any assistance/vaccine help, other than emergency medical, call 603.494.1491, Allan Clark, Emergency Management Director
COVID-19 VIRUS – SIMPLIFIED
• Limit travel outside of home • Social Distance – 6 feet • Wash hands often
• If you develop flu like symptoms go to “coronavirus.gov” to determine likelihood of contracting the COVID-19 Virus by going to the “self-checker”
• Quarantine 14 days if exposed to someone with symptoms
• Isolate if have symptoms until 72 hours after no symptoms without medication
• Call Littleton Regional Hospital if you have symptoms at their hot line 603-575-6400 before going to hospital or dialing 911
• If a significant life-threatening medical issue or trauma call 911
• If general questions about anything related to the crisis call 211
• Help others if you are capable
• Stay strong we will get through this
• Please wear a mask and gloves when going out in public. It is important to wash your hands and all you have touched when you get home.
Sugar Hill Pantry
The Select Board with assistance from the Willing Workers and concerned residents are establishing an emergency Pantry for Sugar Hill Residents for this fall and winter. Food items, paper products, personal hygiene, cleaning products and more are currently being collected. Items not used will be donated to the Franconia Food Pantry in the spring. If you would like to assist with either monetary or item donations, please contact Jennifer at the office 823-8468 email@example.com for more details. Pantry Items 2020