On August 26th the Newmarket End 68 Hours of Hunger program dedicated their new building, located behind the Community Thrift Shop on Main Street Newmarket NH.
The guests of honor were the family of Jack Pazdon, a Newmarket native, for whom the End 68 Hours of Hunger building is named. His commitment to the community has been carried on by his family through the Jack Pazdon Memorial Fund, which provided the initial foundational donation for the building.
The community came together to celebrate this achievement, and Beckie Pazdon spoke eloquently of Jack’s work.
Representatives Charlotte DiLorenzo and Michael Cahill attended as well as members off the community.
The Program Coordinators, Melanie Taillon, Kevin Taillon and Michelle Patrick put on a lavish spread of great food, which was enjoyed by all.