Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.
NASHUA – We all have a story to tell. Not a dry, chronological inventory of life since birth or a private entry in a diary – but an honest reflection of some aspect of your life, recounted in a style that suites your personality. Taking that first step in telling your story – in writing a memoir – can often be the most difficult. Join us at the August Seniors Count-Nashua workshop to learn tips on how to get your creative juices flowing to help you write compelling personal essays to cherish and share. READ MORE.
From mid-July through mid-September, the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) a program of the NH Department of Health and Human Services and the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food, began distributing fresh produce to more than 4,200 low-income seniors statewide. Seniors who are enrolled through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, or CSFP, at statewide distribution sites in New Hampshire including those run by Southern New Hampshire Services in Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties will receive fresh produce throughout this summer’s growing season. Read More.
Youth age 18 and under will enjoy free meals again this summer through the Summer Food Service Program coordinated by Southern New Hampshire Services in Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties. Fourteen sites located in three cities or towns will provide free meals to local youth. All meals are prepared following USDA guidelines and unitized for each individual child. Read more.