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From the Historical Society

Community Supper on Thursday, June 14,from 5:30 until 7:00, will be cooked and served by Mason’s Volunteer Fire Department!

Community Supper on Thursday, June 14,from 5:30 until 7:00, will be cooked and served by Mason’s Volunteer Fire Department!

Enjoy burgers and hot dogs grilled by firefighters and EMTs.
 
Fresh salad, watermelon and dessert round out the menu to be served in Friendship Hall at the Congregational Church in the center of town. Meet the folks who are ready 24/7 to rescue you from for fires, medical and other emergencies! Also, connect with people who just moved to town, old friends or make new friends.
The meal continues to be free, but donations allow the suppers to continue. Left over food goes to St. Vincent D’Paul Food Pantry in Greenville, which is available to Mason residents. Dry goods and canned goods may be dropped off at the church.

PS — FREE toothbrushes for kids!

Contact Barbara DeVore at 603.732.3761 or leahcha@yahoo.com for questions or to volunteer.  

Attention Mason Residents: Special election on Jun. 7

Special election on Jun. 7 A special election will be held on Jun. 7, 2016, to decide the warrant article listed below. Polls will be open from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM at the Mason Town Hall, 7 Meetinghouse Hill…

Mason Historical Society is hosting “Conversations with Nancy Richards and Joan Losee”

****************************** A Couple of “Rural Characters” ****************************** Friday May 8th 7pm at Mason Town Hall Nancy and Joan— long time residents of Mason — will reminisce about times on the Fire Department, Scouts, school, and life in Mason over the…

Mason NH History Website and the Historical Society

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Mason Poor Farm (1835–1870)

POOR FARMS WERE COUNTY- OR TOWN-RUN RESIDENCES WHERE paupers (mainly elderly and disabled people) were supported through town and county government expense. Poor farms were common in the United States from about the middle of the nineteenth century and provided…

Letter – L’Esperance Mandolin Ensemble – Mason Gazebo

Mason Gazebo Project L’Esperance Mandolin Ensemble Benefit Saturday, May 7th Mason, NH – The Mason Recreation Commission and the Mason Historical Society are pleased to announce a concert by the Providence, Rhode Island based L’Esperance Mandolin Ensemble to benefit the…