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Hudson~Litchfield News 11-23-2012

Hudson~Litchfield News 11-23-2012

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The Hudson~Litchfield News is a free weekly newspaper delivered to every home in Hudson and Litchfield New Hampshire every Friday.
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 Volume 23 Number 20 November 23, 2012 16 Pages
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The New Hampshire State Grange presentsnumerous awards each year at the Annual StateGrange Awards Banquet in October. The StateGrange awards its Teacher, Policeman, StateTrooper, Citizen and Legislator o the year. Wealso give Agriculture awards; unortunatelynone o the recipients o the Agriculturalawards could attend the annual Banquet.Those recipients are receiving their awards atlocal Granges.Hudson Granges Hosted the presentation o the “200 Year Farm” award to McQuesten Farmin Litchfeld. On November 13, Bob Haener,Director o the Legislative and AgricultureDepartment o the New Hampshire StateGrange Presented its 200 Year Farm Award tothe McQuesten amily. In attendance with theMcQuestens was Representative Laura Gandiao Litchfeld. The award goes to arms that havebeen in the same amily or at least 200 years.McQuesten Farm on the Charles BancrotHighway in Litchfeld grows sweet corn and avariety o vegetables. The McQuesten amilyhas armed at the same location and has beenin the same amily since 1744. The old armhouse that the amily lives in was built by theancestors back in the 1740s. The arm at onetime had been a dairy arm. Matt McQuestenand his amily currently produce their cropson about 200 acres. Originally the arm was a1,000 acre tract o land.Bob Haener traveled to PeterboroughGrange on the 18th o November to presentthe Young Farmer Award to Tracie Smith o Fitzwilliam and then on to Walpole Grange onthe 20th to present the Century Farm Award toFletcher Farms.
School DistrictBudget to IncreaseTax Rate by 79 Cents
by Len Lathrop
As most o us look orward to both Thanksgiving andChristmas, elected members o the Hudson BudgetCommittee must get to work and review the proposalsthat both the Hudson selectmen and the Hudson schoolboard. The budgets will be voted on during the March2013 elections. Any changes be implemented on July1, 2013. While it begins in 2013 it is reerred to as theFY 2014 budget. The selectmen and the school boardtake turns each year as to who presents frst to thecommittee, this year it is the budget committee.The Hudson School District is proposing a budget o $48,026,049 or the FY 2014 year, which according tothe School district executive summary is an increase o 4.46 percent.What that means or the homeowner is an increaseo 79 cents per thousand o property evaluation. Aterthe recent reevaluation, the average home in Hudson isprojected to be $250,000 in property value, which inround dollars and cents means your tax bill will go up$197.50; this is an increase o $2,049,684 over the FY2013 budget. Any house owner can fnd their currentevaluation on top o the bill you received Mondayin the mail or can visit the town website http://www.hudsonnh.gov/docs/as/as-new-to-old-value-location.pd.Some o the increases in the budget are have todo with the personnel area, Salaries and Beneftsrom previously approved contracts, which includeretirement system contributions and increase in HealthInsurance costs will amount to a projected $1,487,089portion o the $2.049 million jump, with the balancebegin made up as ollows: Ofce Expenses $9,372,Supplies $108,817, Contracted Services, $177,852,Educational Resources $188,425, Furniture $11,562,Proessional Development $38,959 and Equipment$111,560 adding an increase projected or Utilities o $47,485 and Debt service o $36,467. To oset some o these increases there are revenue increase rom impactee collected by the planning board o $150 and someadjustment in past health insurance premium paid dueto a court ruling.This budget includes salaries and benefts orthree positions not unded or flled in prior years butapproved in prior budgets and two new positionsboth needed to meet Individual Education Plans (IEP)o students, these total $259,784. Health Insurancebenefts are projected to increase by 5 percent to$5,571,193.The presentation o this budget continues Tuesdaynight, November 20, and we will continue to ollowin next week’s HLN. During the November 19 schoolboard meeting Superintendent Lane announced that thestate property tax returned to Hudson could increase by$168,000 which would reduce the impact on taxpayers.The Executive Summary is available at the HudsonSchool District website. It is a report that explains indetail this proposed budget.Litchfeld resident Sue Burnswas one her way home Thursday,November 15, when she spottedapproximately 30 turkeys strollingthrough and a ew o themstopping at the town’s marker.
McQuesten Farm Receives NH State Grange
‘200 Year Farm’ Award
From left to right: Representative Laura Gandia, Selectman Pat Jewett, the McQuestens - Christie, Jacob and Matt,and Bob Haefner, NH State Grange Legislative and Agriculture Director.
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Keene State Theatreand Dance presented“Dracula,” a new stageadaptation o BramStoker’s classic vampirenovel, November 14to 17, at in the MainTheatre o the RedernArts Center at KeeneState College directedby Proessor DanielPatterson. Among thestudent cast was
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, winner o the J. Guy Smart Scholarship, received her awardrom Dr. Le Wang. Bailey is the daughter o Bob and Sandi Comynso Litchfeld.The Wheaton College women’s basketball 2012-2013 seasontipped o on November 15 against non-conerence opponent RogerWilliams University. Looking to make an impact or the Lyons is
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o Litchfeld will perorm in the Palace Theatre’supcoming annualproduction o the timelessclassic, “TheNutcracker” insix perormancesNovember 23-25. Fiteen yearold Niemaszyk,a student at HolyFamily Academy,will perorm anumber o leadroles includingthe Sugar PlumFairy, MirlitonSoloist andSnowake in thePalace Theatre’sproduction o “The Nutcracker.Anne has beendancing or 12years, seven yearswith Southern NHDance Theaterunder the artisticdirection o Patricia Lavoie.Anne has alsotrained with New England Civic Ballet. Anne’s past perormancecredits include the roles o Peasant Pas De Trois in “Swan Lake,”Gold Fairy in “Sleeping Beauty” and Star in “The Nutcracker. The Massachusetts College o Pharmacy and Health Sciences ispleased to announce that
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Sara Vaclavik,
daughter o George and Joanne Vaclavik o Hudson, was selected or the 2012-2013 academic year to be aResident Assistant or the Ofce o Student Lie at Saint Michael’sCollege. Vaclavik, a junior economics and philosophy doublemajor graduated rom Alvirne High School beore coming to SaintMichael’s. Resident Assistants are selected rom the entire SaintMichael’s undergraduate student population on the basis o acultyand sta recommendations. They display excellent leadershipabilities, maturity and likelihood o being good role models or theirpeers. As a resident assistant, he or she lives in a campus residencehall and is readily available to help students. RAs (as they are called)oversee and provides guidance as needed or requested or 40 to 50student residents o the hall.
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Saturday, November 24
7 a.m. Jazz Cardio8 a.m. Think Cake9 a.m. Cool Runnings Sled Race10 a.m. Garden & Home In Hudson11 a.m. Rodgers Memorial Library Poetry Contest12 p.m. Hudson Chili Cook O 1 p.m. Rodgers Memorial Library Presents Big Truck Day2 p.m. ACT Racing eaturing Joey Pole4 p.m. The Steve Katsos Show5 p.m. Learning With Shelby6 p.m. Zach’s Stadium Ground Breaking (Oct. 26)7 p.m. Adventures With Lee & Jeremy
Sunday, November 25/Wednesday, November 28
7 a.m. Jazz Cardio8 a.m. Garden & Home In Hudson9 a.m. Cover Crops For Your Garden10 a.m. Give Me The Bible11 a.m. Hudson First Baptist Church12 p.m. Trinity Assembly O God1 p.m. Teen TV2 p.m. Not Too Stuy Law3 p.m. Give Me The Bible4 p.m. Hudson First Baptist Church (*4:30 p.m. Wed.Nov. 28)5 p.m. Trinity Assembly O God (*5:30 p.m. Wed. 11/28)6 p.m. Garden & Home In Hudson (*7 p.m. Wed. Nov.28)7 p.m. The Steve Katsos Show (*4 p.m. Wed. Nov. 28)
Monday, November 26/Thursday, November 29
7 a.m. Jazz Cardio8 a.m. Reading Aloud With Judith McConnell9 a.m. Local Music Rocks10 a.m. Garden & Home In Hudson11 a.m. Energy Efciency For The Home12 p.m. Expedition New England1 p.m. Disability Rights Center2 p.m. Graceul Aging3 p.m. The Humble Farmer4 p.m. The Steve Katsos Show5 p.m. Expedition New England7 p.m. Educational Forum: Tigers
Tuesday, November 27/Friday, November30
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Hudson Memorial School is proud to announce its recent eorts in collections or United States soldiers. Among some o the mostsignifcant contributions were a candy collection rom the student body which amassed over 150 pounds o sweets. The school’s “ColtTime” class groups broughtin letover candy romHalloween to send overseasto troops in Aghanistan. Thisproject was spearheaded by agroup o eighth grade studentsand then spread quickly to theentire student body.In other projects, cards,stockings were made to sendto troops as well as over 100riendship bracelets designedby Mrs. Decker’s ConsumerScience classes or animbedded unit in Aghanistan.This was a special requestrom the unit itsel.Personal supplies anddecorated git bags werealso put together by studentsor a Christmas package orveterans.
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