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The Mascoma Community Health Center in Canaan, NH is sponsoring a talk on
Wednesday, June 13th at 6:30pm in the Enfield Community Building.
Our guest speaker will be Peter Mason, MD, Family Medicine Physician, who has been practicing in Lebanon since 1981. Dr. Mason is an Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and provides medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder in the Upper Valley since 2005.
The topic of Dr. Mason’s presentation will be “The Magnitude of the Opioid Crisis in New Hampshire: Barriers and treatment for patients with substance use disorder.”
When: Wednesday, June 13th at 6:30pm
Where: Enfield Community building at 308 US-4 in Enfield
We hope you can join us for an engaging talk on the Opioid Crisis in NH.
The Mascoma Film Society is hosting a special showing of “Negotiating with Nature” a documentary by local filmmaker Stefan van Norden, co-produced and edited by Mascoma graduate Charles Geoghegan. Friday, June 22 at 6 PM, Mascoma High School Auditorium . $10/Adults, $5/Students.
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The Enfield Energy Committee has partnered with local organizations and businesses to collect hard to recycle waste for recycling through TerraCycle (www.terracycle.com). Below is a list of the locations and waste types being collected.
Community Lutheran Church / Mascoma Cooperative Preschool
Members of CLC, people attending functions at CLC, and families of MCP have the opportunity to recycle the items below:
Energy Emporium is providing the opportunity recycle light e-waste in town. Energy Emporium has placed a TerraCycle box outside on their back porch where the following items may be placed:
Once the box is full it will be shipped back to TerraCycle where the items will be recycled. Thank you to Energy Emporium for helping Enfield residents recycle e-waste and save energy!
Enfield House of Pizza
EHOP spends several hours a couple times a year collecting cigarette butts from the parking lot. Instead of these cigarette butts going into the trash, they will be recycled through TerraCycle in the future. EHOP will not be collecting cigarette butts from the general public and we encourage smokers to dispose of their cigarette butts responsibly in the provided receptacles instead of on the ground. The Enfield Energy Committee wants to thank them for their commitment to sustainability for recycling cigarette butts.
Little Folks Daycare
Families using Little Folks Daycare have the opportunity to recycle the items below:
Holly West on behalf of the Enfield Energy Committee
Lost & Found
If you've left something behind at the Enfield Community Building please check with the Town Manager's Office as the item may have been turned into our office. Items that remain unclaimed for an extended period of time will be disposed of as appropriate.
If you find something left behind at the Enfield Community Building please bring it to the Town Manager's Office.
You can contact us at 603-632-5026 or click here to email us