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T.I.G.E.R. Visits Wentworth School_____ White Mountain National Forest Awarded $2 Million Federal Grant___________________________________
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repair. Work on Forest ServiceRoute 27 (Rocky Branch Road)and Forest Service Route 38(East Branch Road) includes bridge replacement. On Friday, May 2, 2014, Shea-Porter will met with hikers andtoured the White Mountain National Forest withAppalachian Mountain ClubPresident John Judge. InOctober, Shea-Porter visited theWhite Mountain NationalForest to discuss the impact of the government shutdown withWhite Mountain NationalForest Supervisor Tom Wagner. As a member of the House Natural Resources Committee,Shea-Porter has consistentlyfought to protect NewHampshire’s environment. Shealso recognizes the importancegood roads and bridges play in New Hampshire, from creatingwell-paying construction jobs,to growing businesses, to sup- porting the vital tourism indus-try.
Contributors Cassie Feraco and Cassandra Gordon
On Wednesday, March 26th, Wentworth Elementary School wasvisited by TIGER. This performance was made possible thanks toPlymouth General Dentistry’s generous contribution. TIGER is anon-profit organization originating from Plymouth StateUniversity, dedicated to educating children of all ages about bul-lying. At 8:30 A.M. the entire school assembled in the gymnasi-um to watch the performance. TIGER performed a number of skits, each one with a different moral behind it. They did an excel-lent job at conveying their message, while still entertaining their audience. All of the students of Wentworth had a new understand-ing and outlook on bullying. It was easy to tell that the studentsunderstood the skits, and some could even relate to them. By theend of the performance, TIGER had students of all grades laugh-ing and singing along with them. After the performance, themembers of TIGER split up and visited each classroom. In eachindividual class, they had group discussions with the students andconducted activities with them. All of the students had a grandtime, and it appeared that even the members of TIGER had fun.TIGER definitely did their job well, and impacted the students of Wentworth in the best of ways. They arrived as strangers and leftas old friends.