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Hudson~Litchfield News 4-18-2014

Hudson~Litchfield News 4-18-2014

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by Laurie Jasper 
Think of it as a “wickedly historic” experience. The 84th Annual Convention of the Granite State Association of FFA brought nearly 400 future farmers to the historic Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, April 10-12. Ten FFA chapters from New Hampshire attended the “Wicked Blue and Awesome Gold” themed event, including a contingent of 21 students and five chaperones representing Alvirne High School. Maria Jasper VanderWoude, FFA executive director for 22 years, works very hard to ensure that each year’s convention is the best one ever. Maria, an Alvirne class of 1980 alumna, joined FFA in 1976 and has been involved ever since. Her husband and two children are also FFA alumni. “The convention has gone very well,Maria said. “The students are very well behaved and enthusiastic, and the hotel staff is very complimentary of them. We are fortunate to be able to hold this event at such a beautiful location and have such a good relationship with the hotel. It is nice to see the students passionate about something meaningful. FFA gives them something positive to be proud of.”Future Farmers of America was founded by a group of young farmers in 1928 to prepare future generations for success in the field of agriculture. FFA’s mission is to make a positive difference in students’ lives by developing their leadership potential, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. In 1988, the delegates at the 61st National FFA Convention voted to change the organization’s official name from Future Farmers of America to the National FFA Organization. This change was made to recognize that FFA is not only for those interested in farming, but it is also for those with interests in the science, business and technology of agriculture, in addition to production farming. Students from throughout New Hampshire competed in various events at the Mount Washington Resort, and many were awarded ribbons, scholarships and prizes. Many of the winners of the state events will represent New Hampshire at the annual National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ky., in October. Examples of some of the contests include: Career Development Events in impromptu speaking, animal welfare, environmental science and natural resources, agricultural sales, forestry, extemporaneous speaking and prepared public speaking. In addition, many students showcased their talents at the agriscience fair and demonstrations. Throughout the convention, members were encouraged to “step outside of the box” and meet new people and try new things. “It’s not the color of the ribbon, but the courage of your heart,” shared one adviser. With so many events occurring in three short days, Maria VanderWoude relies on volunteers from across the state to judge the various events. Among those who helped at the convention were Lorraine Merrill, commissioner, NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food; Molly Connors, the governor’s policy advisor; Walpole State Representative Tara Sad, chairman of Environment and Agriculture; Hudson State Representative Robert Haefner; and Hudson State Representative Shawn Jasper. The three days of events were packed with contests, meetings and several general sessions of the entire group. During each general session, one of the six 2013-2014 State FFA team officers made
 Attending the state convention is an opportunity for Alvirne FFA students to boost their confidence and make friends for life.
by Marc Ayotte
It was simply as good a night of musical entertainment as you could listen to anywhere – and it was free! On Tuesday, April 8, the Alvirne Jazz Band, along with the Hudson Memorial Jazz Band, assumed the roles of opening acts for the Navy Band Northeast Rhode Island Sound, based out of Newport, R.I. The eight-member band performs regionally to bring about public awareness, according to Lieutenant Chris French, head of Navy recruiting in New Hampshire and Vermont. “Our objective is to present a different side of the Navy – it’s a chance to do something nice for the community.”According to Lt. French, conversations with District Music Director Gerry Bastien and Principal Steven Beals eventually led to the splendid evening of music. As Bastien indicated, “the last time (an event such as this occurred at the high school) was an Army Rock Band, about 15 years ago.So, after Principal Beals approached him with ‘what do you think?’ the enthusiastic Bastien replied with an emphatic “yeah, let’s do it.” “The parent support group for the music department, Alvirne High School Friends of Music, added a food drive to keep with the community service theme of the event,” said the organization’s president, Chris McNally. With much success in that endeavor as well, McNally noted that the effort resulted in “over $300 and 1,800 pounds of food to benefit the St Vincent de
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Blessed John XXIII ParishInfant Jesus, 127 Allds St., NashuaHoly Saturday, April 19
Easter Vigil - 7:30 p.m.
Easter Sunday, April 20
Masses - 10:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. (in Portuguese)
St. John the Evangelist, 27 Library St., HudsonGood Friday, April 18
Stations of the Cross - 3 p.m.Passion Service - 7 p.m.
Easter Sunday, April 20
Mass - 8 a.m.
First Baptist Church of Hudson, 236 Central St., HudsonGood Friday, April 18
The church will be open from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for those wanting prayer
Easter Sunday, April 20
Sunrise Service - 7 a.m., Robinson Pond; Continental Breakfast to follow at the churchEaster Service - 10:30 a.m.
St. Kathryn Church, 4 Dracut Rd., HudsonGood Friday, April 18
Stations of the Cross/Outdoor Grotto - 12 p.m.Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion - 3 p.m.Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion - 7 p.m.Vigil at the Tomb - 8:30 p.m.
Holy Saturday, April 19
Morning Prayer/Chapel - 8:30 a.m.Chaplet of Divine Mercy/Church - 9 a.m.Reflection-RCIA/RM 1 - 9:15-11 a.m.Blessing of Easter Baskets/Piazza - 12 p.m.Church is Locked - 12 p.m.(No 4 p.m. Mass)Solemn Easter Vigil - 8 p.m.RCIA Reception/Hall - after Vigil Mass
Easter Sunday, April 20
Easter Masses/Church - 8:30 .m. and 10:30 a.m.Vespers & Chaplet of Divine Mercy/Church - 4 p.m.(No 6:30 p.m. Mass)
St. Francis of Assisi Parish, 9 St. Francis Way, LitchfieldGood Friday, April 18
Service - 7 p.m.
Holy Saturday, April 19
Easter Vigil - 7:30
Easter Sunday, April 20
Masses - 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
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Litchfield’s third annual Easter Egg Hunt was held on Sunday, April 13, for the children of the community. Although the day started off with a bit of rain the skies cleared just in time for the hunt to begin. This year’s event started off with a bang as the Easter Bunny magically appeared with the help of Magician Stephanie Beach. The Easter Bunny then led the children outside to start collecting eggs. There were over 5,000 eggs hidden this year. The children were separated into their own age group and at the sound of the air horn; they ran feverishly to find the silver grand prize egg and silly-faced eggs. Each age group had at least two silver egg grand prizes and 10 silly-faced egg prizes. Once the hunt was finished, the children then came inside to jump
Skies Clear for a SuccessfulEaster Egg Hunt
FFA Alive and Well in New Hampshire
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Te Easter Bunny hugs a small boy while he walks to join the line to receive his goodie bag.Haley Hebert  gets a special balloon globe from Wumples the Clown.
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Battle of the Saxes: Alvirne’s Steve Caporale and MU 1st Class Chris Sims challenge each other. Joining the Navy Band for a jazz interlude during Stevie Wonder’s hit “Superstition” are,  from left: Steve Caporale, Gurbir Kalsi and Aaron Grzegorzewski.District Music Director Gerry Bastien, right, directs the finale, “Sweet Home Chicago.” Guitarists for the U.S. Navy Band Rhode Island Sound, from left: MU 3rd Class Stuart  Anello, MU 2nd Class revor Shiffl ett, MU 3rd Class John Paris 
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Nearly 400 members from around the state attended this year’s FFA convention at the historic Mount Washington Resort.
continued to page 9- FFA
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Emerson College student
Aubrianne LaDuke
 of Litchfield, who’s majoring in Writing for Film and TV, secured an internship position in January at Intrigue Entertainment. LaDuke will complete the internship study program at the end of April 2014.The internship is part of the experience at Emerson’s Los Angeles Center-the College’s new facility on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Emerson has had an internship study program in Los Angeles for more than 27 years. Undergraduates pursuing careers in television, film, marketing, acting, screenwriting, and journalism attend for one semester, usually in their senior year.
Catherine Lynes
 of Hudson has been inducted into the Phi Lambda Upsilon Honor Society and the Sigma Zeta Honor Society at Stonehill College.
Phillip Croce
 of Hudson was named to the Dean’s List for academic excellence for the fall semester at Johns Hopkins University. Phillip Croce is the son of Steven and Sarita Croce and attended Alvirne High School. Phillip Croce, who is majoring in neuroscience, will graduate in May 2015.The University of Rhode Island Theatre Department features
Ashley Iannaco
 of Hudson as Ensemble Member in its show-stopping production of the world-famous musical, “Chicago.An indisputable classic about fame, fortune, and “all that jazz,” the multiple Tony, Grammy and Oscar-winning musical is based on the book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, with music by John Kander and lyrics by Ebb, and the play written by Maurine Dallas Watkins. URI Professor and Theatre Department Chair Paula McGlasson will direct the dozens of actors as they bring this award-winning stinging satire about corruption, crime and celebrity to the stage in Kingston this month.Keene State College’s 14th Annual Academic Excellence Conference took place on April 5. This student professional conference is designed to showcase the academic work of Keene State students and the collaborative work between students and faculty. It allows students to share excellent work with a broad audience, and prepares them for submitting proposals to professional conferences. One-hundred eighty-three students presented oral and poster projects, exhibits, panel discussions, and workshops this year.Among the participants were Hudson residents
Ashley Cardin
 (Psychology) who presented “The Effects of Psychological, Physiological and Social-Evaluative Stress on Encoding in Declarative Memory” and
Katie Longchamp
 (Theatre and Dance) who presented “Disassembled: A dance exploration of perpetrator psychology.”
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 A Heartfelt Race at Campbell High
by Lynne Ober 
Last Saturday, senior Brianna Hardy hosted a memorial walk/ run at Campbell High School in memory of her father, who passed away in 2012. Brianna’s father had a fatal heart complication that left his family devastated by his early death. Brianna turned her sorrow into an opportunity to help others who struggle with heart disease. “As my senior project leaving Campbell High School I wanted to make a difference in my community,” explained Brianna. “I took an event which impacted me this most and turned it into something great. My dad passed away of cardiac complications. It was a tragic event that I wouldn’t want to happen to another family which is why I raised the money to donate to the American Heart Association to promote awareness and educate others on the seriousness of it.”Sophomore and senior projects, required for graduation at Campbell High School, must each take a minimum of 40 hours from inception to completion. The goal of these two semester projects is to help students prepare to be well-rounded individuals. Frequently projects involve the community as Brianna’s did. Throughout his life, Brianna’s father loved sports, but he loved watching his daughters and their friends participate in the sports he enjoyed even more than participating himself. He served as a mentor and coach for many girls in the community, using his favorite piece of advice, “play with your heart.” Through his generosity, he touched the lives of many people in the Litchfield community, creating several memories that will last forever and Brianna wanted to honor that heritage.She organized the memorial walk / run not only to remember him and his love of sports, but also to serve as a fundraising campaign to raise money for the American Heart Association. The event was held on Saturday, April 12 at Campbell High School. In addition to the race / walk entry fee and donations, there were also Race Your Heart Out bracelets available for $5 and T-shirts from the walk/run for $10.It is the hope of the entire Hardy family that whatever you do, play with your heart. There’s really no other way, is there?
Easter Bunny Visits Litcheld
by Lynne Ober 
Once again the Litchfield Women’s Club, a non-profit community service organization, organized the arrival of the Easter Bunny in Litchfield. Excited families came early to Litchfield Middle School to enjoy a wonderful pancake breakfast and to enjoy the other activities arranged by club members.Mrs. Johnston, a teacher at Griffin Elementary School, with children gathered at her feet, read stories on the stage prior to the bunny’s arrival.At the craft table Litchfield Women’s Club Co-President
Brianna, third from left, has gotten tremendous support from her family and others, including, from left, Elizabeth Dodd, her adviser; sister alia Hardy who is “always by her side;” her mother, Nadia, who is a “huge support;” Erin King, her best friend growing up who is like “a second sister”; and her aunt, Marcella Ronayne, who has motivated Brianna to “follow her dreams!” Pictured below, Brianna thanks everyone for coming out.
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Pamme Boutselis helped crafters decorate two different types of Easter eggs to display at home while other crafters made Easter cards to give to family.In front of the windows of the cafeteria games were set up and excited youngsters cheered each other on as they tried their luck at the games. There was a table where kids could guess how many jelly beans were in the jar.When the Easter Bunny arrived, he made a tour of the cafeteria greeting his fans before settling on a bench on the stage where he met and posed for pictures with childrenOutside in the hall, the Humane Society had brought a large, happy black rabbit for children to see. There was a long line of raffle items on a table. Each item had a can in front of it, and participants dropped raffle tickets into the prize of their choice. Women’s Club Co-president Jean White was helping people make choices. “All of the money that we raise at this event goes into the scholarships that we give to graduating Campbell High seniors each year. This event is not only fun for the family, but it will help one of our students attend college.”
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 At left, Bridgette Hidalgo, 6 years old, meets the Easter Bunny.
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The Alvirne Junior ROTC cadets and their dates attended this year’s Military Ball with cadet corps from other schools. Colonel Kevin Grady reported on the event and the best way to highlight the event is through his eyes and words.“We took 124 people to the ball this week including almost 80 cadets, almost two-thirds of our student population. We had more people there last night than any two of the other three schools combined. The other schools attending with New Hampshire Air Force Junior ROTC Programs were Pinkerton Academy, Salem, and Spaulding.At the ball, there is a king and queen contest, which is primarily resume-driven. We submit a narrative to the host school (in this case Salem), and they remove all the names and references to the schools, and give this to a panel of five teachers at Salem who read their accomplishments and then decide who wins. Last night for the first time, we took both the king and queen winners in Josh Canarelli, our group commander, and Carolyn Deneault, our deputy group commander. It’s the first time that Alvirne has ever taken the king competition and the first time any school has swept that.There is also a talent contest. Again, Alvirne carried the day for a clean sweep of the night’s activities. Joey Wedge played guitar and sang Simon and Garfunkel’s “The Boxer” accompanied by McKenzie Catanzaro on background vocals. They won over a strong performance by Salem who had students dressed up like ABBA and did a pretty convincing dance routine to “Dancing Queen.” Our students and adult guests were on the dance floor all night, and we set the standard for conduct all night long. I got on each of the three busses as we were leaving and thanked our guests for showing everyone what a class act we are at Alvirne. It’s events like this that reinforce to me what a great program we have and what great kids we have at Alvirne.”As a postscript to this story, Colonial Grady is retiring from the Junior ROTC program at Alvirne, at the end of the school year, after 10 years of developing the program and more than that shaping many of Alvirne’s students both professionally and personally. It has been a pleasure for the
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Palm Sunday marked the beginning of Holy Week and the final week of Lent, as the faithful commemorate the triumphal entrance of Christ into  Jerusalem (Matthew 21:1-9), when palm branches were placed in His path, before His arrest on Holy Thursday and His Crucifixion on Good Friday. This is the week in which Christians celebrate the mystery of their salvation through Christ’s Death and His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Great Easter Vigil make up the Sacred Paschal Triduum. Easter Sunday begins the 50 days of the Easter Season, culminating with Pentecost Sunday. The first eight days after Easter are collectively called the Easter Octave. Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated at the conclusion of the Easter Octave. The devotion to Divine Mercy Sunday was promoted by Pope John Paul II, who officially designated the Sunday after Easter as such. Pope John Paul II, who died on April 2, 2005, on the vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday, was beatified on Divine Mercy Sunday on May 1, 2011, by his successor, Pope Benedict XVI. Blessed Popes John XXIII and John Paul II will be canonized on April 27, Divine Mercy Sunday, by Pope Francis. More than one million pilgrims are expected to attend the Mass in St. Peter’s Square.
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The Blessed John XXIII seventh and eighth grade youth group presents Mark Detering of MooreMart with a $515 donation to help pay postage for this May’s mailing of care packages to the troops overseas. The youth group raised this money by holding a bake sale as part of their “Pay it Forward Through Faith in Action” initiative.
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St. Mary’s Bank Offers Help  with Payments, Closing Costs
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St. Mary’s Bank will be providing income-eligible households with funds to cover down payments and closing costs.The nation’s first credit union has been approved for up to $150,000 in funding from the Federal Home Loan Bank’s Equity Builder program. The funds can also be used for homebuyer counseling and rehabilitation assistance.“This is a great program that we’re excited to participate in,” said Karen Mayrand, director of Residential Lending, “We’re able to make a real difference for individuals or families who need help with a down payment on their first home.”The EBP provides up to $15,000 in down payment assistance to prospective homebuyers with incomes at or below 80 percent of the area median income. Borrowers must meet program guidelines. Available on a first-come, first-served basis while funds remain available. Contact the Mortgage Center at St. Mary’s Bank at 1-888-705-9596 for more information.Founded in Manchester, in 1908, St. Mary’s Bank is the first credit union in the nation. It makes progressive financial products and services available and affordable to consumers and businesses. Members enjoy excellent service, competitive rates, low fees and state-of-the-art banking services.
Litcheld Police Log
Wednesday, April 2:
 2:34 p.m. Medical emergency, Route 3A. 3:00 p.m. Welfare check, Derry Road. 6:35 p.m. Suspicious activity, Morgan Road. 7:51 p.m. Road hazard, Woodburn Road. 9:22 p.m. Civil standby, Locke Mill Drive. 11:50 p.m. Matthew Vass, 18, Litchfield, arrested for Possession of Drugs.
Thursday, April 3:
 8:01 p.m. Civil standby, Locke Mill Drive.
Friday, April 4:
 3:00 p.m. Dispute, Blue Jay Way. 7:55 p.m. Suspicious activity, Landing Court.
Saturday, April 5:
 11:59 a.m. Dog struck by motor vehicle, Route 3A. 12:04 p.m. Assist citizen, Route 3A. 2:15 p.m. Civil standby, Locke Mill Drive. 4:09 p.m. Parking complaint, Grouse Lane. 8:09 p.m. Suspicious activity, Route 3A.
Sunday, April 6:
 4:32 p.m. Paperwork served, Page Road. 7:21 p.m. Theft, Moose Hollow Road.
Monday, April 7:
 5:15 p.m. Paperwork service, Mayflower Drive.
Tuesday, April 8:
 11:17 a.m. Identity fraud, Derry Road. 8:30 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Route 3A.
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