Close encounters April/May 2016
When walking in the heart of Exeter, New Hampshire, one feels the past at every turn, where famous forefathers of U.S. patriotism left their mark on the town. George Washington ate breakfast at Folsom Tavern. Paul Revere came from Boston to meet with the New Hampshire Congress and returned to his foundry to cast the town bell. Captured gunpowder used at the Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolution was stored across the river at the Powder House.
But if you ask passersby, they’ll say September 3, 1965, is just as important to the town’s identity. That’s the night a handful of Exeter residents say they saw an unidentified flying object in the sky above Rockingham County. And—as you'll discover in the April/May 2016 Kiwanis magazine
—it’s a night they still acknowledge 50 years later.
You'll also find:
- Community centered: Kiwanis always has been focused on community, but these days community can mean different things to different people.
- Branding 101: Don't know Jack about branding? Well, here's tip #1: We can help.
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