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??? Where is "The Bull" ???

January, 2011 (Press Release from "the Bull")
"The Wandering Bull, LLC, has moved from its Carver, Mass. location to 312 Martin Rd. in Washington, New Hampshire. Chris and Carolyn Bullock are taking the reins from Andy and are relocating the warehouse to their home property in rural Washington, NH in January 2011."  
 
"We will continue to welcome visitors and order pickups seasonally as our new location is a little less friendly to road traffic, though our rural neighborhood is an ideal place for snowmobiles, snowshoes, and hiking boots.  When you do come to see us, please be respectful of our neighbors who have been kind enough to let us move the business up here by driving slowly, responsibly and quietly.  We are located on the back side of Lovewell Mountain at 1800 feet.  Our driveway is the last one at the top of Martin Rd."
 
"Please visit our website www.wanderingbull.com and browse our current product line or call 1-800-430-2855 to request a print catalog.  We look forward to assisting you with your powwow and crafting needs!"

The Wandering Bull, LLC  
312 Martin Rd 
Washington, NH 03280
  
   
603-495-2700 
Fax 603-495-2757
TOLL FREE ORDER LINE
1-800-430-2855
 

Member Information & Renewal Form can be found by going to our other site: 

50th Anniversary Memorial Day Weekend Powwow --- don't miss it !!!

4-H Camp Marshall
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92 McCormick Rd, Spencer, Mass.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ALL ARE INVITED

 
Reminder:

January is USUALLY the month used for annual membership renewals. This year in honor of our 50th Anniversary, members who renew their 2018 memberships before the end of March will receive FREE BASIC REGISTRATION at our May Powwow. This covers both weekend and day visitor fees. Additional fees for rv campers and limited electrical hookups still apply

Discount subscriptions to Whispering Wind magazine must be paid before the end of February each year

Most of our members are taking advantage of having our Talking Leaves newsletter sent via e-mail as a PDF file in color as opposed to having a black & white print version sent by "snail-mail" to their home.

At any time, you may wish to add {or switch to} the e-mail version by sending a message to ais-inc@earthlink.net stating your request.

Let us know if there are any events or updates you would like to share with fellow members.

Newsletter Mailing address:
Talking Leaves
21 Delorey Dr.
Randolph, MA 02368-5011
E-mail address: ais-inc@earthlink.net