Conway 250 Celebrates with 3 Ribbon Cuttings


Three major events celebrating Conway’s 250th
are planned for 
Thursday, September 10

The public is cordially invited to attend.
Each event will be commemorated
with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and speakers.

11:00 am – The dedication of the new
400 acre Marshall Conservation Land

Located off West Side Road, just north of the entrance to Hale’s Estates
and the Conway Scenic Railroad crossing.

Benefactor: Sut and Margaret Marshall and family

12:30 pm – The dedication of Abenaki Native American site
on Intervale Crossroads in Intervale

Stephen Laurent;  an elder of the Abenaki Indian tribe and a champion of his language lived at the traditional tribal encampment at Intervale in New Hampshire. He moved to NH from Canada in the 1940’s and became the postmaster.

Benefactor: Connie Davis Watson Fund

2:00 pm – Dedication of the new park
at the entrance to Redstone Village off Route 302.

4, 5 and 6 grade students from Pine Tree Elementary will be present to sing “I’ve been Working in the Quarry” words written by students to the tune of “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.  They will be accompanied by Chris Lydecker on the Accordian and Sally Swenson on the Saw


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