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Gambling forum this Saturday

On Saturday, February 13th, 2010 (snow date Feb. 20), hundreds of citizens in 11 locations across New Hampshire will have an opportunity to participate in day-long, facilitated, small-group community-based conversations to address the question: What’s At Stake? Community Conversations to Weigh the Benefits and Risks of Expanded Legal Gambling in NH. This is an opportunity to find new ideas and talk about what we value and our hopes for NH. Participants must register prior to the session – lunch and snacks are provided. Results will be reported out to the Governor’s Study Commission on Expanded Gambling.

Regardless of your opinion – whether you are pro-gambling, anti-gambling, neutral or undecided – they want your participation.

These community conversations are being sponsored by the University of New Hampshire, and hosted by local UNH Cooperative Extension offices statewide. The Keene discussion will take place on campus, in Morrison Hall. For more information and to register, visit the “What’s at Stake” website, call (877) 338-5322, or e-mail

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