We’re pleased to announce that Republic Cafe in Manchester has signed on as a Gold Sponsor to the September 48 Campaign!
Republic now joins Anagnost Companies and HippoPress as businesses who have stepped up to help us work toward making Manchester and New Hampshire a better, more diversified community by helping those most in need.
Claudia Rippee and Ed Aloise have a long history in Manchester dating back to 1990 when they opened Cafe Pavone in the Millyard (now Cotton). With the fairly recent opening of Republic Cafe, the two have created a congenial and community oriented gathering spot that also serves farm fresh and locally grown, darn tasty, food.
Try the Wild Mushroom Flat Bread for example and see for yourself.
We’re proud to be hiking for them, for our business sponsors and for all the individuals who have thus far come forward with pledges. And there’s lots of them. Check out our Roll Call tab for the complete list so far!
In other news, Dan heads north this weekend for a marathon hiking training session that will include at least 4 peaks (maybe 5 or 6). The plan is to get some back-to-back high peak days in before September. On tap will be a 13 mile loop to tag Galehead, North and South Twin Mountains, then Wildcat A and Carter Dome on Sunday. On Monday morning, he’ll attempt a sunrise hike up Mt. Tecumseh.
Wanna join in on the fun? Drop us a note and let us know. See you on the trails!