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Assessments Of Public Water Supply Sources – KINGSTON
Assessments of Public Water Supply Sources – KINGSTON This report is a summary of NH Department of Environmen tal Services’ assessments of the vulnerability of each

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TOWN OF KINGSTON, N.H. MINUTES OF TOWN MEETING 2,1976
School District, as well as balloting on Articles 24, 36,37, and Gordon J. Bakie John A. Merrill Alfred E. Numan Library Trustee for 3 years: Protective Covenant Standards of the New Hampshire In- dustrial Development Authority shall serve as the guide for

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Introduction
Sanborn Regional School District is the public school system for Kingston and Newton, NH. D.J. Bakie Elementary School, Sanborn Regional Middle School and Sanborn Regional High School, the district provides educational services to students from K-12.

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Great Ideas Dear Faculty And Parents,
The Sanborn Middle School in Kingston, NH, had a Father/Daughter Dance and each raised $1,000 in ONE NIGHT! 4. The entire Bakie Elementary School also joined together for a “friendly”

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Grinnell School District School Derry Cooperative South Range Elementary School Dover Dover Middle School East Kingston East Kingston Elementary School Epping Epping Middle School North Hampton North Hampton School Daniel J. Bakie School Sanborn Regional

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Kingston, New Hampshire – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Kingston was the fifth town to be established in New Hampshire. Originally, it was a part of Hampton, New Hampshire. After King Philip's War, the establishment of new settlements was made possible by peace treaties with the local Indian tribes and, in 1692, by geographical and jurisdictional

College Chant – YouTube
The NHHEAF Network Organizations' Center for College Planning staff and the NHHEAF College Planning Bear mascot recently visited the fifth grade students at the Daniel J. Bakie School in Kingston, NH for a live performance of the College chant. As part of their college awareness month