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Thanksgiving Week Schedule and No Trout this Year!

Posted 11/20/2014 2:01pm by Andrea Tomlinson.

NH Community Seafood 

Community Supported Fishery

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Hi Everyone.

I just wanted to take the time to write and fill everyone in on our Thanksgiving week schedule next week.  Pick-ups will continue as scheduled, with the exception of Thursday pick-ups which will take place on Wednesday instead of Thursday during the same time frame.  

 

That means Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday deliveries will be completely normal.  However Exeter, Warner, Concord, Manchester, Canterbury, and Laconia will all take place on Wednesday at the normal time.  If there is any confusion about when you are supposed to be picking up please email us.  

If you are unable to pick up at all next week, please email us about a vacation hold if you have not done so already.  There are only 2 weeks remaining of this season, Thanksgiving week and the first week of December.  If you are unable to pick-up next week we will be sure to get you a double share the last week, Week 8 to get you all caught up. As you know this will be the last season of the year until next Summer.  

In other news, I am afraid we are going to have to cancel this year's Trout orders.  There was not a high enough demand this season for the aquaculture program to justify offering part of the trout harvest to us this year.  Hopefully we will be able to offer trout another season.  Sorry to disappoint.  My apologies. I hate to be the bearer of bad news.

 

Thank you all for making this third and final season of the year a great one.  

We hope you have a wonderful holiday week with friends and family.

Cheers!

Sarah 

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NHCommunitySeafood@gmail.com

www.NHCommunitySeafood.com

 

Sarah VanHorn

Co-Founder/General Manager

(207) 899-6042

 

Josh Wiersma, Ph.D

Co-Founder/Executive Director

(603) 682-6115

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