Reminder: Drug Take Back Day tomorrow

Drug Take Back Day is on Saturday, April 29, from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the Mason Police Station, 38 Darling Hill Road, in the center of town.

Dispose of pills, liquids, inhalers, creams, over-the-counter meds, nebulizer solutions and pet medications safely. NO questions asked. Medications may be in original containers or plain bags.

Sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency, Mason Police Department and Mason Conservation Commission.

Questions? Contact Mason Police Department at 878-1111.

Knights of Columbus Murder Mystery Dinner Theater on Saturday

The Knights of Columbus Council 8016 is sponsoring the 3rd annual Murder Mystery Dinner Theater on Saturday, April 29, 2017, at 5:30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall. Proceeds are used to support local charitable needs.

Reserved seating only. Tickets must be purchased in advance for $30 each. For more information, download the flyer: http://masonnh.us/wp-content/uploads/MurderMysteryDinnerFlyer2017.pdf

Local blood drive on May 1

Brookline Ambulance Service, Brookline CERT, and the Brookline Women’s Club are sponsoring a blood drive on Monday, May 1, 1:00 – 6:00pm at the Brookline Safety Complex, 3 Post Office Drive, Brookline. You can schedule an appointment to donate by going to www.redcrossblood.org or by calling 1-800-REDCROSS. To view the flyer, go to: http://www.brookline.nh.us/sites/brooklinenh/files/blood_drive_5-1-2017_0.pdf

Why should you donate? Read blood facts and statistics here: http://www.redcrossblood.org/learn-about-blood/blood-facts-and-statistics

Drug Take Back Day on Saturday

Drug Take Back Day is on Saturday, April 29, from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the Mason Police Station, 38 Darling Hill Road, in the center of town.

Dispose of pills, liquids, inhalers, creams, over-the-counter meds, nebulizer solutions and pet medications safely. NO questions asked. Medications may be in original containers or plain bags.

Sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency, Mason Police Department and Mason Conservation Commission.

Questions? Contact Mason Police Department at 878-1111.

Magazine & catalog recycling drive at Mason Elementary School

Please save all your unwanted magazines and catalogs, and bring them to Mason Elementary School’s recycling drive in early May.

During May 1-10, Mason Elementary School is holding a recycling drive for magazines and catalogs. This is a fundraiser for the school. To participate, bring your magazines to the school’s front office, or send them to school with a student. The class with the largest collection wins a prize. This is a fundraiser for the school, as the school receives payment based on paper weight.

As a reminder, you can recycle paper using the school’s recycling container any time of the year — unwanted mail, newspapers, magazines, catalogs, office paper, fax paper, notebooks, and folders. (No cardboard or phone books please.) The recycling container is in the parking lot behind the school.

Mason Roadside Cleanup now through mid-May

It’s time for the Mason Roadside Cleanup, before the bugs come out! It can be done anytime from mid-April through mid-May. Choose the time that works for you, to clean up your favorite section of road.

Charlie Lanni of the Mason Conservation Commission is coordinating. The big blue bags are available at Charlie’s Auto, 575 Jackson Road, right outside the front of the garage.

Please call Charlie at the shop 878-3637 to let him know where and when you can do your part of the cleanup. When you’re done, just leave the blue bags by the roadside for Mason’s Highway Crew to collect.

Many hands make light work! Many thanks!

Mason Conservation Commission