? Snowshoe Adventure + High Paying Jobs + Bemis Town Council Run

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Good morning, Bedford! Let’s start Wednesday off on an informed note.

First, today’s weather:

A warmer day today, becoming breezy. High: 40. Low: 38.

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Here are the top stories in Bedford today:

  1. February is often a snowy month making it an ideal time to go snowshoeing in New Hampshire. Snowshoeing is a fun, family-friendly, and budget-friendly activity. Local woodland trails are often free, and ski areas with mountain trails groomed for cross-country skiers and snowshoeing may charge a minimal fee. You can rent snowshoes to try them out, or buy snowshoes from your favorite sporting goods store for about $40 – $150 including poles. Walking trails in Bedford, around Lake Massabesic in Manchester, and the Audubon Center in Auburn, are ideal places for a snowshoeing adventure. If you are looking for snowier trails, you can find ideal snowshoeing trails at ski resorts in the beautiful White Mountains. You can read more about this story here: (NH Magazine)
  2. If you or someone you know is looking for a job, employers in the Bedford area are offering competitive pay, benefits, and new work opportunities. The Elliott Hospital in Manchester looking for a Call Center manager and The American Red Cross in Nashua is hiring a Call Center Representative and paying $17/hr. Resinwerks in Nashua, a company that creates floor coatings “that are safer for the environment,” is looking to hire a Customer Service Representative that pays $20 – $30/hr and if you are intersted in the building industry, Harvey Construction in Bedford is looking for a Project Management. You can read more about these and other job opportunities here: (Bedford Patch)
  3. Bedford’s Kathleen Bemiss announced that she is running for one of the three open seats on the Bedford Town Council. The town election will be held on March 8 at the Bedford High School. Kathleen, her husband Scott, and three children have lived in Bedford for 26 years. The announcement said she has served on the Conservation Commission Wetlands Subcommittee, the Telecommunication, and Composting Committee and has been active in planning, zoning, and conservation issues. Kathleen has been endorsed by current Town Councilor and State Senator Denise Ricciardi of Bedford. You can read more about this story here: (Press Release Desk)

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