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OHA Fallfest 2020 via ZOOM! 10.30.20

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | October 19, 2020
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We will be trying something new this year, in place of our annual gathering at the Highland Center. Our original speaker Erik Koeppel will also still be presenting his White Mountain Paintings, but via Zoom. Fallfest 2020 @ Zoom Oct 30, 2020 07:30 pm -9:00pm (Eastern) Join by Zoom: *Best option to enjoy visuals* https://zoom.us/j/92634231203…

The new ‘tator is here! Get it while it’s hot!

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | October 8, 2020
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Please follow this link for the The Newsletter of the OH Association Fall 2020

OHA Fall 2020 Mini-reunions

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | October 6, 2020
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Fall 2020 Mini-Reunions This year, we are sad to miss Fallfest in Crawford Notch. However, this loss brings us the exciting opportunity to hold mini-reunions across the country! All organizers will be COVID-cautious and the same is asked of participants. At press time, five mini-reunions have been confirmed for Jackson, NH; Sandwich, NH; Middlesex, VT;…

Minutes from 7.6.20 Steering Committee

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | September 28, 2020
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Agenda for OH Steering Committee Meeting, July 6, 2020, via Zoom   Present: Moose Meserve, Alex Ziko, Mike Waddell, Tom Kelleher, Stroker Rogovin, Peter Benson, Josh Alper, Elizabeth Seabury, Jeff Colt, Emily Griffin, Brian Post, Tom Deans, and Ken Olson. 1)       Treasurer’s Report (Alex Ziko) Alex reported the state of the treasury is good. We…

Steering Committee meeting 9.29.20 via Zoom!

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | September 26, 2020
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The next Steering Committee meeting will be on Tuesday September 29th. As a reminder, this meeting starts at 6:30 PM for all SC members, and then others can join at 6:45 PM once the budget presentation is complete. If you are not a member of the Steering Committee, you need to be a member of…

Annual reunion to go virtual!

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | September 12, 2020
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Hello fellow Old Hutcroo Association member! It should come as no surprise, but due to the pandemic and continued concerns about gathering, we will be re-imagining Fall-fest. It had originally been planned for Saturday October 31st, 2020 at the Highland Center. The reservations for dinner have been cancelled and while we will not be able…

Robert Stillings

By Tom Kelleher | August 20, 2020
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Robert “Bob” Stillings, 73 of Barrington RI died peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on August 20, 2020. He was the beloved husband of Anne C. Stillings. Born in Washington, D.C., the son of the late Robert F. and Josephine S. Stillings, he lived in Barrington for 64 years. Bob was a graduate…

Steering Committee Minutes 8/11/20

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | August 17, 2020
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Minutes for the OHA Steering Committee Meeting, August 11, 2020 Meeting held via Zoom.  Present: Josh Alper, Bill Barrett, Emily Benson, Linda Gray (New Hampshire Charitable Foundation), Miles Howard, Phoebe Howe, Ken Olson, Stroker Rogovin, Elizabeth Seabury, Schroeder Steward, Alex Ziko. 1)         Treasurer’s Report (Alex Ziko) • Income steady, just over $500,…

Steering Committee Meeting planned for Monday July 6th, 2020

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | June 8, 2020
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The next Steering Committee meeting will take place on Monday July 6th, 2020 at 6:30 via Zoom. It will be open to non-Steering Committee members to watch at 6:40 pm. Details about access to the Zoom meeting will be posted closer to the date, in all the usual places.

Miles Howard: Being productive while socially isolated is overrated. Surviving is good enough

By Kim "Schroeder" Steward | May 27, 2020
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Being productive while socially isolated is overrated. Surviving is good enough While the worst of our isolation is easing, remember the value of simply staying alive to be here for each other. The Boston Globe By Miles Howard May 23, 2020 Like most of us, I’ve been stuck indoors for two months. But despite Governor…