ratulations to our winners of autographed copies of
by Andre Dubus III. Sandy Trybulski from UNH Cooperative Extension and Cassie Clark were the quickest to click on one of our links in August's newsletter. We will give away one more free book to the first person to register at least three people for our breakfast event after this newsletter hits your inbox.
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As you know, we have an exciting event coming up next month. Registration is open and it costs nothing to attend. But you must register on line to attend. We will be asking for
donations at the event.
In addition to
New York Times
best-selling author speak, we will be making a BIG announcement and we want you to be there for it.
Good Beginnings o
f Sullivan County will be changing our name. The first unveiling will be at the event on October 29th.
There has been ongoing confusion between our name and Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley. Both organizations share the same history and concern for moms and babies. Our missions and methods have diverged over the years as Good Beginnings of Sullivan County has begun to work more directly with families at risk for adverse childhood outcomes. It has been confusing to funders and to clients. So we are changing our name. Our mission stays the same:
To promote the optimal health and development of New Hampshire families in our area.
I hope to see you on October 29th and an exciting hour!