Fall Fundraiser

This years fall fundraiser is the valuable, family-friendly, KidStuff Coupon Book.  This fundraiser will run from September 15th through September 29th.  One book will be sent home with your BES and/or BMS student.   If you want to keep it, simply send in a check, with your child for $25, made out to “The Bow PTO”.  If you don’t want it, simply return the book back to school with your child.   Payment is due by September 29th.

KidStuff Coupon Books are only sold through schools and our school earns 50% or more profit on each book we sell! Use just a few coupons and save more than the $25 cost of the book…Remember to keep the book in your car!  You can sell them to your co-workers or family members.  There are many out of state editions as well for distant family.  They can be found at .  The more we sell, the more money we make for our schools to continue to fund the enrichment programs our children enjoy.

You will enjoy fabulous savings from places such as:14-15-KidStuffCouponBookLogo-Website

Dicks Sporting Goods


Water Country

Six Flags New England

Circle K

Dunkin Donuts

Texas Roadhouse

And many, many more!

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Bianca Contreras at .


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Bow Pioneers 11th Annual Fall Mum Sale

The Bow Pioneers Club will be selling mums at the Gazebo on Saturday, September 20th and Sunday, September 21st. 

They are sold in 9-10 inch pots and the plants span up to 2 feet across.  They are locally grown at Murray Farms in Penacook.  A portion of the funds raised from this sale will go to the Easter Seals Camp Sno-Mo.

To secure your color choices, you can also pre-order, from now through September 15th, by contacting Dan and Jodi Weed at . They will be available for pickup the weekend of the event.


Plants – $10/ea

Baskets – $20/ea

Your choice of Dark Red, White, Yellow, Pink/Lavender or Rust/Bronze.

Come on out and help out a local organization!

The Bow Pioneers Snowmobile Club is a non-profit organization established in 1972 to promote the fun of family snowmobiling in a safe manner. Our trail system is maintained in the towns of Bow, Dunbarton, Concord and Hopkinton.

The recreational trail system is maintained by the Bow Pioneers Snowmobile Club. From spring to the first snow, all are invited to use the trails for snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, horseback riding and mountain bike riding only. In the fall, club members, and non-members come together to work on the trail maintenance. The fellowship of our community working together will enhance the enjoyment of living in Bow.

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