Tuftonboro Historical Society: Sue Weeks

Last week Susan Weeks gave a talk to the Tuftonboro Historical Society. She spoke about the seven generations of Hunters (her maiden name) in Tuftonboro and shared family stories and heirlooms. Several of Sue’s sisters were there and chimed in with their memories as well. She also gave advice on how to properly take care of old paintings, photographs, documents, and books.

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Max Ledoux

Author: Max Ledoux

I've lived in Tuftonboro since 2014. I grew up in Lisbon Falls, Maine (the Moxie capital of the world). I run tuftonboro.net.

3 thoughts on “Tuftonboro Historical Society: Sue Weeks”

  1. My pies are in the oven getting ready for the Tuftonboro Historical Society “Dessert Auction” tonight. Event starts at 7 PM at the THS Museum, 449 Gov Wentworth Highway in Melvin Village (across from GeezLouise). Free admission; everyone welcome.

  2. Allen Blazick took home bragging rights from cribbage play last night. He was the only undefeated player (except me, of course, but I only played one game …)! We had 9 players and 1 learner.
    Special thoughts go out to Ariel Fleming who was unable to join us. If anyone sees her, let her know we were thinking of her.
    We will play again next week – 7 PM on Wed. night at the Tuftonboro Historical Society barn at 449 Gov. Wentworth Highway in Melvin Village.

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