Posts Tagged ‘South Cove Events’

November 27th, 2015test

Eastman’s Crafty Ladies

By Ethel Paquin / Photos by Fred Orkin
South Cove quilt

Jill shows off her wall hanging depicting South Cove.

Women gathering together to do handwork is an old and well-loved tradition. Knitting in particular is an ancient art. A pair of baby booties housed in an English Museum dates back 2000 years—with perfectly turned heels. The ladies of the Eastman Craft Group gather each week to continue the tradition.

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November 6th, 2015test

Rain Gardens, ROVs, Burgers & Bytes

Nate Lang

Nate Lang
2015 ECF Scholarship Winner

By Shawn Phelps

At the June 2015 Council meeting, Nate Lang, an 18-year-old Eastman resident, calmly made his way to the podium and was welcomed with enthusiastic applause. Like an old pro, Nate took the microphone to thank the Eastman Charitable Foundation and Eastman donors for the honor of being this year’s recipient of the ECF scholarship.

Initiated three years ago, the foundation scholarship is offered to a graduating high school senior living in Continue reading...

October 31st, 2015test

Why live in Eastman?

By Steve Haase
Why do we choose to live in Eastman? The nearest full-size grocery store is at least 20 minutes away. The nearest shopping centerFish August 1, 2015 is at least 30 minutes away. The nearest “real” shopping is about an hour away in Concord or Manchester. There are no street lights or mail delivery. So why do we choose to live here? Continue reading...
April 21st, 2015test

Creating Art with Paula Dorr

By Judy McCarthy


DSC00732Local artist and former Hanover Middle and Elementary School art teacher Paula Dorr has designed a year-long art project for children and teens, who will paint large seasonal-themed murals to be hung in the game room at the South Cove Activity Center. The first one is already hanging! Paula invites the young artists to make a list of things they want to paint, and each participant volunteers to paint a part of the canvas. The more Continue reading...

August 7th, 2013test

Turkey Trot becomes Run for Pie!

Run for Pie LogoThe Turkey Trot is now Run for Pie 5K. That name even makes ME want to run! Continue reading...

May 27th, 2011test

Fashion show fun for good cause

By Judit Price

I had a uniquely fun experience the other day at our wonderful Eastman community.juditPrice2Blog

When I volunteered to be a model for a fundraiser for the Grantham Community Crisis Fund, I did it to help out the community and those who are in need. I never thought I will have such a great time!

Being a model brought back memories of when I was younger (and slimmer) and had done modeling for charity organizations. Now I am Continue reading...