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Free pancakes today at IHOP fundraiser
IHOP celebrates National Pancake Day today by offering free pancakes as part of an effort to raise $3 million for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
During the company's largest philanthropic event of the year, more than 1,500 IHOP restaurants across the country - including the IHOP at 224 South River Road in Bedford - will invite guests to enjoy a complimentary stack of buttermilk pancakes from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Guests will be encouraged to make a voluntary contribution to the local Children's Miracle Network Hospital or other local charities. One hundred percent of the donations will help local charities provide equipment, life-saving procedures and critical care for children.
Mathnasium opens first NH location
MANCHESTER - Mathnasium, a nationwide math-only learning center for elementary through high school students, has opened its first location in New Hampshire in the North Side Plaza at 69 Hamel Drive in Manchester.
The Mathnasium program is designed to help students improve their math skills, their understanding of math concepts, and their overall school performance.
"With so many future jobs requiring strong skills in math, technology and science, our goal is to replace the fear of math with understanding and confidence," said Martha Gagnon, center director of Mathnasium of North Manchester and Hooksett resident.
Mathnasium is offering a free student assessment to all students who sign up for the program before Feb. 28. For more information call 644-1234.
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