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Hudson~Litchfield News 8-29-2014

Hudson~Litchfield News 8-29-2014

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 Volume 26 Number 8 August 29, 2014 16 Pages
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by Len Lathrop
During their August 18 meeting, Hudson School Board members reviewed a proposal presented by administration in which a designated teacher would maintain the system-wide school website. The memo from Bryan Lane to the Hudson School Board reads this way:
”In an effort to ensure that our website for each school is kept up-to-date, I am proposing that we create a stipend position at each school building for this purpose. None of the schools in the district have a position clerical or otherwise, that includes this job responsibility.” 
After a training session with the aHal consultant, the firm that developed the new website, the School Based Website Administrator. The SBWA would be the clearinghouse for all information coming from staff, administration, and the PTO. While content is the responsibility of the person providing the information, if a question arises the school principal would make any necessary determination.It is estimated that the SBWA would work one hour per week at the task, with a 38-week school year plus an extra two for the start-up time. Project costs are based on 40 hours per year at $25 an hour, equating to $1,000 per year for each of the elementary schools, and $1,250 per school for Hudson Memorial and Alvirne. District costs would total $5,500 for the first year and would be transferred from the salary line.This is the third stipend program started this school year: the teacher mentor program, the computer technical support program and now the website administrator. All will be funded through the excess in the salary line and all will become part of the budget for the 2015-2016 school year.
 
Hudson School Board Approves a Third Stipend Program for Teachers
McKenzie Lowe Achieves Silver Award; Thirteen Others Get Bronze
by Laurie Jasper 
Hudson’s Girl Scout Troop 10024 gathered for a very special Silver and Bronze Award Ceremony on August 20 in the Aldermen Chambers at City Hall in Manchester. Senator Kelly Ayotte presented the Girl Scout Bronze Award to the 13  Junior Girl Scouts in the troop and the Girl Scout Silver Award to one Cadette Girl Scout troop member. Representing the Girls Scouts were Patricia Mellor, the CEO of Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains, and Carrie Green, director of Girl Leadership. Before the ceremony, Senator Ayotte addressed the Girl Scouts, saying she was thrilled to be presenting the Bronze and Silver awards to such a wonderful group and also sharing that she was a Girl Scout. “You are learning about leadership and friendship, and you should be very proud of your achievement today. You are our future,” the senator said. She congratulated the large crowd of parents, family and friends in the audience as well as the troop leaders, and, looking around the room at the girls, she said, “Maybe we have a future president in this room.” During the awards ceremony, the troop’s co-leader Bob Macaraeg read a brief biography of each scout as Senator Ayotte and Patricia Mellor presented the certificates and pins and co-leaders Sheryl Boullianne and Susan Mooers proudly looked on. These active, busy girls enjoy activities such as swimming, softball, piano, gymnastics, ice hockey, drawing, basketball and horseback riding and future career goals include engineer, pediatrician, fashion designer, teacher, neurologist, animal trainer and veterinarian. Receiving the Bronze Award: Kayleigh Arnold, Kayli Boucher, Grace Boudreau, Alyssa Boullianne, Gabriela Calderone, Juliana Calderone, Emelia Dickey, Leah Ferguson, Michelle Kapala, Sinead Macaraeg, Raina Merrow, Alyson Mooers and Morgan Pertowski. Receiving the Silver Award: McKenzie Lowe. The Bronze Award is the highest award a  Junior can earn, demonstrating her commitment to helping others, improving her community and the world and becoming the best she can be, and requires 20 hours of work. The Silver Award is the highest award a Cadette can earn, and requirements also help build skills, explore careers and gain leadership experience. This requires 40 hours of work. Troop 10224 selected Pets in Need, a small adoption program in Hudson run privately by volunteers to save unwanted and abandoned cats and dogs. The Girl Scouts collected donations from local merchants to help the shelter and the animals, designed and distributed posters for publicity for the shelter and wrote, produced and starred in a video that will also be used for publicity. The video has been shown on Hudson Community Television. For more information on Pets in Need, go to www.animal-adoptions.org.
Hudson Girl Scout Troop 10024 from right: Kayleigh Arnold, Kayli Boucher, Grace Boudreau, Alyssa Boullianne, Gabriela Calderone, Juliana Calderone, Emelia Dickey, Senator Kelly Ayotte, Leah Ferguson, Michelle Kapala, Sinead Macaraeg, Raina Merrow, Alyson Mooers, Morgan Pertowski and McKenzie Lowe.
 Car Club Show Makes Wishes Come True
by AJ Dickenson
On Sunday, August 24, the East Coast Camaro Club held its 33rd All Vehicle Show at the Hills House across from Alvirne High School. Since it was established in 1979, the Camaro club has since been a New Hampshire-registered non-profit organization, which not only gives back to this community tremendously year after year but also has a lot of fun doing it. At the club’s car show on the first weekend of August at the Budweiser plant, the group raised an amazing $18,000 in just one day for the Make A Wish Foundation. George Giroux, president of the Camaro club, feels that the charitable giving is only one aspect of this group of motor heads. It’s not just about charity; it’s about people, people coming together socializing and making new friends. More than 300 vehicles, registered in 35 different classes, were shown on that beautifully sunny day as hundreds of people could be seen walking around introducing themselves to one another and enjoying the party-like atmosphere. The proceeds to this event will be donated to Merrimack Valley Hospice, a non-profit hospice care organization that serves more than 100 communities in northeastern Massachusetts, southern New Hampshire, the NH Seacoast, and as far north as York, Maine. Giroux reflected on how it feels to donate to such a wonderful organization which is out there every day trying to make a difference for people in need: “Some things you do you can’t put a price on, and something like this is priceless.Just last year alone, Giroux and the East Coast Camaro Club donated almost $10,000 to the Merrimack Valley Hospice, along with $562 to the local food pantry, $250 donations to other organizations such as the Hudson Historical Society, the Alvirne High School auto shop and the Londonderry Police Explorers Program. For more information on the East Coast Camaro Club, visit eastcoastcamaroclub.com or visit Merrimack Valley Hospice at www.HomeHealthFoundation.org.
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Michael Harte
 of Litchfield successfully completed Colby-Sawyer College’s internship requirement at Senator Kelly Ayotte Office in Manchester during the summer of 2014. Harte is a Media Studies major. Internships are field experiences designed to provide a student learning opportunity under collaborative supervision between Colby-Sawyer College faculty, staff, and work site professionals. Internships offer the opportunity for students to enhance their academic programs with work experience related to career interests in all industry areas in national and international settings.
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 graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, TX.The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.Brown is the daughter of Harry and Catherine Brown of Hudson and is a 2013 graduate of Alvirne High School.
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 Jenna Kotsonis, Agriculture Department chair and Horticulture Operations teacher, Alvirne High School, left, spent the day with Deb Napsey, landscape designer, Countrybrook Farms Nursery and Garden Center as part of a summer Teacher Externship program. In the program, Career and Technical Education teachers met with industry partners observing daily activities and discussing ways to link their curriculum with real world applications. Alvirne’s Horticulture and Landscaping programs will be combined this coming fall. Jenna gained many new ideas on integrating landscape design into the curriculum.
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News from Campbell High School
submitted by Jodi Callinan, Director of School Counseling 
We are excited to welcome our Freshmen Class of 2018 this Thursday and our upperclassmen on Tuesday, September 2. We have been busy planning for everyone’s return. For those who are new to Campbell High School, you will receive a Monday update from the counseling department to help keep you informed and on-track for career and college planning.Schedules will be re-emailed this week. Bring a copy of your class schedule with you on the first day of school. Our policy allows for schedule changes through Monday, September 8. See your counselor before this date if you need to change your schedule.
Vocational students (now Career and Tech Ed)
 - I have emailed the transportation schedule as well as information for you for the upcoming school year. Let me know if you did not receive this information.
All students
 - NH Construction Career Days is a hands-on, interactive full day of activities related to construction fields. It is open to all high school students. September 18 and 19 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the 4H Fairgrounds in New Boston. Register: www.nhccd.weebly.com.Also, students interested in health care careers are encouraged to  join the Elliot Hospital Medical Explorer Post. Registration is $25 and applications may be found at: www.elliothospital.org/_newsite/ medical_explorers_youth_app.php.
Freshmen
 - Counselors will see you for one-on-one and small group meetings in late September. We will also be visiting Freshmen Seminar classes and will explain why and how to access your counselor.
Sophomores and Juniors
 - All sophomores and juniors are encouraged to sign-up for the PSAT exam which will be given on Saturday, October 18, here at CHS. The cost is $25 per person and sign-ups will run September 12 through October 10 in guidance.
Juniors
- The SEE Science Center is offering a few spots for  juniors to apply for a “Technology and Innovation Academy at SEE.Students will take three college courses and receive college credit from Manchester Community College for most, if not all, of these courses. For more information, log onto: www.see-sciencecenter.org/technology-academy/default.aspx.
Seniors
- We have a number of college related evening events scheduled. The first event is Senior/Parent College Information Night on Tuesday, September 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Juniors and their parents are also welcome to attend. On Thursday, September 11, at 7:30 p.m., there is an “Exploring College Options” evening session (at the Best Western in Manchester) for students interested in looking at Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Penn State and Stanford. RSVP at www.exploringcollegeoptions.org.The 2014 Wendy’s High School Heisman award application is now underway for graduating seniors. See www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com.We have scheduled many college representative visits for our seniors. Log onto your Naviance account, click on “Colleges” tab, and “Upcoming College Visits” to register.If you have forgotten how to use Naviance, see the instruction sheet located on the Guidance webpage.Welcome back!
Rep. Bob Haefner Returns from Council of State Government’s Annual Meeting
State Representative and Ranking Member of the Committee on Environment and Agriculture, Bob Haefner, attended the annual meeting of the Council of State Governments, Eastern Regional Conference in Maryland in early August. Representative Haefner is a past Council of State Governments Executive Committee Member and is currently appointed by the speaker to represent New Hampshire on the Agriculture Policy Committee of the Eastern Regional Conference.CSG is the only one of the three major state legislative organizations that has an active agriculture policy committee. We learn about federal legislation and what neighboring states are doing in our policy area. This year we attended workshops on Country of Origin Labeling, Food Safety Modernization Act Rules, Right to Farm Legislation, research on industrial hemp, Vermont’s Farm to Plate program, US / Canada trade, and a professional development seminar on the Perception of Risk.During the conference the agriculture folks were able to take a tour of a horse farm, where they bred, raised and started the training of Thoroughbreds for the horse racing industry. We also visited a diversified farm that raised pastured fed beef cattle, a few hogs and free range chickens as well as a large variety of fruits, vegetable and sweet corn, some of it organic and others not.CSG is broken into regional conferences, unlike the other two national legislative organizations that are all 50 states. The advantage to regional is that within a region, we have similar problem to address. As an example, the agriculture concerns in the 11 northeastern states are similar. We have small family farms, rocky fields that are naturally forested, a large demand for buying local and few government subsidies. Unlike the Midwest where the issues are ethanol, large operations, water shortages, soy bean production and wild horses. The agriculture folks also have a national organization that most of us belong to as well. We meet annually with a group called State Agriculture and Rural Leaders that is made up of House and Senate Agriculture chairs and their Ranking Minority Members from all 50 states.Meetings such as this give legislators an opportunity to meet in groups to understand what our neighboring states are doing in general and with specific issues in particular. It is not uncommon for us to come away with ideas that we can use in our own states. Six legislators attended from New Hampshire including one of our senators. Between us we represent policy areas of agriculture and rural issues, transportation, health care, finance, and energy.
 A Big Catch
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submitted by Hudson Police Department 
On Thursday, August 21, 18 members of the Hudson Police Department accepted the callout to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge from our friends and colleagues at the Nashua Police Department.
Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/TutCAEWUdhc
The following members of the Hudson Police Department, who are comprised of both sworn and unsworn employees, participated in the challenge: Detective David Cayot, Sergeant  Joseph Hoebeke, Sergeant Jason Lucontoni, Dispatcher Donna Rosso, Master Patrol Officer  Jason Downey, Detective Allison Cummings, MPO Cassandra Avery, Records Clerk Deborah Kirkwood, Detective Kevin Riley, MPO Alan Marcotte, MPO Derek Lloyd, Officer Charles Katsikides, MPO Thomas Scotti, Animal Control Officer Jana McMillan, Officer Patrick Morrissey, Prosecutor  Joseph Tessier, Records Clerk Tracey Carney and Dispatcher Tracey RancourtIn addition to completing the challenge, the Hudson Police Employee Association and the Hudson Police Relief Association will each donate $100 to ALS research.The Hudson Police Department now calls out the following organizations to participate in the challenge: the Litchfield Police Department, the Hudson Fire Department and the Hudson Highway Department.A special thanks to the Hudson Irving Gas/ Circle K for donating 25 bags of ice for the challenge!Watch at the below Utube link or us the QR code on your mobile device.
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Representative Jordan Ulery, serving Pelham and Hudson, is pleased to announce receiving important endorsements recently. Ulery was given an “A” rating and endorsement from the NRA for his stand supporting the Constitution of the United States. “Since my youth I have been around firearms and other weapons and was taught the safe use of rifles and hand guns. I am please to accept the NRA endorsement reflecting my commitment to protecting our Constitutional and Natural Rights,” Ulery said. The NRA-ILA (The Institute for Legislative Action) is the lobbying arm of the NRA. Established in 1975, ILA is committed to preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Ulery also received an endorsement from the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance for his support of the principles of liberty in the State House. Included in those principles are a stand for the freedom of religion and speech spelled out in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights said Ulery of his endorsement. NHLA is a nonpartisan coalition working to increase individual political freedom in the Granite State.Yet another endorsement was received by the National Federation of Independent Business. NFIB is America’s leading small business association, promoting & protecting the right of our members to own, operate and grow their businesses. Ulery is himself a small business operator running an investigative firm. “NFIB is a key resource for the small business operator hit hard by the recent increase in fees, costly over regulation and business taxes,” said Ulery of his endorsement. “It is an honor to be recognized for fighting for the backbone of New Hampshire economy, the small business man.” Jordan Ulery is running for state representative from Hillsborough District 37 comprising the towns of Hudson and Pelham. He respectfully solicits your support on September 9 in the Republican Primary election. Each Republican needs to vote this September to select the person to represent the interests of all the people in the area. For more information on Ulery see Twitter @repulery or look-up Representative Jordan Ulery on Facebook. Eric Estevez has officially announced his candidacy for New Hampshire state representative in Pelham and Hudson. A New Hampshire native, Estevez attended New Hampshire public schools. He was elected president of his class at Pelham High School and was a member of the state champion track and cross country teams in his hometown of Pelham.Eric Estevez is a graduate of Barry University in Miami, Florida, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. After graduating college, he attended law school in Boston, and studied for a master’s degree in leadership global studies and international affairs and a doctoral degree in law and public policy at Northeastern University. Prior to running for state representative, Estevez served on the faculty at Northeastern University, Endicott College, Lesley University, and Middlesex Community College. After earning graduate degrees in international affairs, public policy, and law, he founded Estevez and Partners, LTD, a full service law and public policy consulting firm. His professional experience also includes Fidelity Investments, and serving in the United States Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance, where he traveled the country’s most dangerous areas to help families and businesses recover from tragedy. Estevez’ passion for public service is inspired by his grandfather who served in World War II and the Korean War, and his younger brother who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. His commitment to advancing the public interest has been demonstrated as an elected member on the Town of Pelham Municipal Budget Committee, an appointment to the Board of Registrar of Voters, the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, and as a supporter to several charitable organizations such as the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Sons of Italy, and the Ethical Treatment of Thoroughbred Race Horses. As a state representative, Estevez will listen to the people and serve with honor. His agenda is a platform committed to creating jobs, fighting taxes, providing local aid to our community, and demonstrating caring, compassionate, and concerned leadership by offering constituent services to those in need of assistance. Eric Estevez is also committed to the Constitution, and to the constitutional principles of limited government, state’s rights and individual liberties.
Ulery Receives EndorsementsEric Estevez Declares Candidacy for State RepresentativeExperience Hudson Police Department Ice Bucket Challenge
http://youtu.be/TutCAEWUdhc
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You only need to schedule three minutes into your busy week to get a jump on preventing the flu this season. Patients of Derry Medical Center can schedule their quick-and-easy flu vaccinations for Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays as early as Tuesday, September 9, and up until December 30. You pick the day that’s best for you, call the main number at 537-1300 to schedule a time, then come to the waiting room in the Derry office at 6 Tsienneto Rd. for your flu shot. Because it is a scheduled time slot, you can be assured of a convenient experience. Of course, if you have a regular visit scheduled any time after the first week in September, you can have your flu vaccination done during your appointment.Dates and times for the Derry Flu Clinic are: September 9 through December 30, Tuesdays, 12 to 7 p.m.; Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; and Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.DerryMedicalCenter.com<http://www.DerryMedicalCenter.com.

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