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OUR NEW BUILDING:

St. John’s United Methodist Church has approved the construction of a 20  x 40 building for our use on church property, which will solve permanently the problem we have had with a location from which to run our program for Dover and Somersworth. Despite frigid temperatures, ground breaking occurred January 23, 2013!

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The Seacoast area programs are serving nearly 500 children per week in Dover, Somersworth, Portsmouth, Alton, Barnstead, Barrington, Milton, Hampton, Kittery, Maine, Eliot, Maine and soon to be in Exeter and in York, Maine.

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