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Benson\u2019s Committee member Jerry Desrosiers appeared
during the public input session of the Board of Selectmen
meeting on May 12, to address concerns stemming from his
recent communication with Selectman Shawn Jasper.
Desrosiers, who last month was appointed to the newly
formed Benson\u2019s Committee, explained that he had suggested a
gathering of the committee at the Benson\u2019s property on Sunday,
May 11, in an effort to meet other members before choosing
of\ufb01 cers on May 14.
Shortly thereafter, Desrosiers was contacted by Jasper, the
committee\u2019s selectman liaison, and informed that permission
would be necessary to conduct such a gathering. This directive,
stated Desrosiers, \u201cmade me feel like I did something wrong.\u201d
A series of e-mails, which became somewhat acrimonious,
then ensued between Desrosiers and Jasper, with Desrosiers
at one point asking the selectmen to do the job themselves if
they are unable to leave the committee alone. These e-mail
exchanges later led to Desrosiers\u2019 decision to publicly question
\u201cAs far as I\u2019m concerned, anybody can go in Benson\u2019s. To tell
people in town that they can\u2019t go in there without the board\u2019s
permission, I think is wrong,\u201d Desrosiers stated in reference
to item 10 on page 19 of the Benson\u2019s Quit Claim Deed. He
additionally pointed out that these were his opinions only, and
not necessarily those of his fellow committee members.
\u201cI don\u2019t know who\u2019s wrong or who\u2019s right, but I\u2019m not going
to quit. If the committee is not happy with me, you can \ufb01 re me,
but I\u2019m in there for the long run,\u201d concluded Desrosiers.
Jasper, who had obviously become quite exasperated by
this turn of events, explained that the deed language is clearly
intended for when the park is actually opened to the public and
that the deed is not a law but a condition.
\u201cIt is the policy that that property is closed and entry can only
be gained by permission of the Board of Selectmen or the Town
Administrator. That is a matter of public record and policy,\u201d
Jasper began. Jasper then pointed out that the current condition
of the land, particularly the buildings within, gives rise to
potential safety issues and that this is why \u201cunfettered access\u201d
cannot be allowed at this point.
Reading aloud one of his e-mails to Desrosiers, Jasper
stated, \u201cI was looking forward to working with the Benson\u2019s
Committee. I no longer am. If you [Desrosiers] continue down
this path, I will offer the board of selectmen my resignation
from the committee. After all of these years, I\u2019ve wanted to get
going on this project, now, thanks to you, I just want to run
Desrosiers responded that he was not trying to do anything
of\ufb01cial in planning the gathering and that, again, he only
wanted to meet the other members prior to the \ufb01 rst of\ufb01 cial
Selectman Richard Maddox expressed his appreciation for
Desrosiers\u2019 desire to quickly move forward on the project,
but nevertheless emphasized that structure is necessary in a
democracy, which can often slow processes.
Selectmen Vice Chairman Ken Massey then referred to
the state\u2019s Right to Know law, which deems a meeting of any
body of government to be illegal if its agenda is not posted
beforehand and the meeting then made public. Massey
apologized for the board not having reviewed this with the new
To aid the Benson\u2019s Committee in moving forward, a
unanimous motion was passed permitting access to the property
for committee members only during the weekend of May 16
Selectmen Chairman Roger Coutu concluded the discussion
by praising Desrosiers\u2019 enthusiasm and years of related
expertise. He then offered insight into upcoming plans for the
Benson\u2019s property. \u201cIt\u2019s time that we work together in unity to
provide for the public an opportunity for them to explore that
property and for us to bring it to the beauty and the nature that
it offers,\u201d he proclaimed.
\u201cI think we\u2019re going to make slow, but steady progress. It [the
property] will be accessible, I\u2019m sure, by mid-summer. Some
parts of it we will have accessible to the public,\u201d he continued.
\u201cI hope that you and Selectman Jasper can put your
differences aside and move forward and get the job done,\u201d
Coutu stated to Desrosiers in closing.
For the third year, Hudson selectmen, under the
stewardship of Selectman Ken Massey, hosted an
ice cream social for those who donate their time
and energy to keep Hudson moving forward and
also to keep Hudson a great place to live. Held
at the Community Center, ice cream was served
with many toppings. The evening was a \u2018Meet
and Greet\u2019 for those from various committees and
boards who mostly work within the structure of
their group to improve Hudson for all its citizens.
Selectmen Chairman Roger Coutu thanked
all in attendance for their service to the town.
All had their \ufb01 ll of ice cream, donated by
Countrybrook Farms Nursery and Garden Center.
The rumor coming out of this celebration is that longtime Zoning Board of Adjustment Chairman J. Bradford Seabury loves ice cream even more than our own Selectman Nadeau does.
While they are our elected leaders, Selectman Coutu
prepares to decorate Selectman Nadeau with some
chocolate syrup as the ever-serious Selectman Massey
keeps scooping ice cream.
For the 27th straight year, Litch\ufb01 eld\u2019s Conservation Commission held a \ufb01 shing derby for Litch\ufb01 eld youngsters. The \ufb01 shing derby is always held at the wide spot in Chase Brook that is formed by the dam. Every year, prior to the event, the Conservation Commission stocks the pond with \ufb01 sh.
Soon before the event began, vehicles were parked along Pond
View and Mark Lane. Although it was misty and gray, participants
were cheery and smiling. Throughout the morning there was a steady
stream of participants running to the measuring station. Each \ufb01 sh was
measured and the length recorded. Biggest \ufb01 sh would win a prize
\u2014 but so would best hat!
Tyler Holt, 5, has been \ufb01 shing since he was two and a half, said his mother. This year Tyler donated a Dale Earnhardt Jr. \ufb01 shing rod to be used as one of the prizes.
Marion Godzik said the Conservation Commission was grateful to
Inside the Tackle Box in Manchester and to Granite State Rod and Reel
for sponsoring this year\u2019s event.
The Alvirne High School Swim Team will
hold a Car Wash Fundraiser at the 7-11
store parking lot, located on Route 111 and
Greeley Street, and will run from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. This is a fundraiser to help offset the
high costs of swimming as a varsity sport.
It is also an opportunity for the town\u2019s people
to meet the student athletes who represent
their town throughout the state and region.
We appreciate all the help and support
from the community. You can also e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Alvirne High School Mechanics Club
will hold a Car Show at the Alvirne High
School parking lot from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Open
to the public.
for Spring\u201d from 9 a.m.-noon. Volunteers are
welcome to help open the House after a long
winter. Join us if you\u2019d like to help! Rakes
and other hand tools are also welcome.
The Litch\ufb01eld School District SAU #27
is having a technology give-away of old
outdated computers, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
They are low-end PC\u2019s that have Pentium II
processors, up to 384 MB memory, (MAX
allowed), and 7.5GB hard drives. They will
have Windows 98 operating system only
installed. Please be aware that if you decide
to partake of this give-away, there is a no
return to the school policy.
from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Grif\ufb01n Memorial
School on Route 3A in Litch\ufb01eld. With
summer fast approaching, the urgent need for
blood increases. Every pint of blood donated
helps up to three patients in need, so please
come and help us out. Positive ID required.
in Litch\ufb01eld on Route 3A from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. The BBQ is free, but donations will
be gratefully accepted. Come and support
your Litch\ufb01eld Lions Club.
weekend for Hudson residents from
8-11 a.m. at the Animal Control Facility,
6 Constitution Drive, across the street from
the police department. You are required to
bring the following information in order to
get a tag: the renewal letter from Town Hall
(if the rabies is expired you must bring an
updated certi\ufb01cate), a copy of current rabies
certi\ufb01cate (not the tag) for new registrations,
and a copy of a spay/neuter certi\ufb01cate if new
registrations. Checks with I.D. and cash
will be accepted. For more information, the
phone number is 889-PETS.
The Pelham Gardeners Group will hold
their Plant Sale, featuring lilacs, shrubs,
perennials, herbs, etc. from 9 a.m. until they
are sold out (no admittance before 9 a.m.),
Village Green (off Route 111A at Pelham
starting with line-up at 1 p.m. at the far
end of the Hannaford\u2019s Parking Lot, 102
Derry Street, Hudson. Step off will be at 2
p.m., and the parade will stop at the Center
Gazebo and end at the Hudson American
Legion on Central Street.
will commence with ap a ra d e to be held at
10 a.m. All individuals and organizations
in the town are encouraged to participate in
the parade. To take part, please call either
Carolyn Lambert at 882-7129 or
Dr. Steven Calawa at 917-434-4933.
Nashua Public Works Garage, 6 Riverside
Street, Nashua, from 3-7 p.m. Open to
residents of Hudson, Litch\ufb01eld, Nashua,
Pelham, and Windham. There is a small
fee per vehicle, and additional charges for
electronics recycling. For more information
and a complete list of accepted items, please
visit: http://www.nashuarpc.org/hhw or call
www.cutlerlibrary.blogspot.com or call
424-4044 for information about library
events, some of which require registration.
meet from 7-9 p.m. in the meeting room at
the Rodgers Memorial Library, 194 Derry
Road, Hudson. Items on the agenda include:
election of of\ufb01cers, membership, summer
plans. New members welcome.
For information, call Jane at 882-9169.
opening will begin at noon with speeches
and presentations, followed by tours of the
Library and a good old-fashioned barbeque.
Robbins home at 43 Hazelwood Drive,
Hudson, at 7 p.m. For more information,
contact Tim Boland at 881-4284 or e-mail:
email@example.com or Lucille Robbins at
firstname.lastname@example.org. The meeting will be
a wine and cheese social.
The Londonderry Church of the Nazarene
will host Bob Prescott, a staff member with
the International Church of the Nazarene,
the weekend of May 22-24. Prescott serves
the Church of the Nazarene as coordinator of
Partnerships for Latin America. He will speak
on \u2018The Power of Partnership\u2019 on Friday,
May 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Windham
Nesmith Library. On Saturday afternoon,
May 23, he will speak informally at a
picnic at the Rearick home in Londonderry.
He will be the featured speaker Sunday
morning, May 24, at the church\u2019s 11 a.m.
worship service. The Rev. Edward Frost of
Windham is pastor. The church meets at
292 Derry Road, Hudson, in the lower level
of the Beginning Discoveries child care
center. For directions, service times, or other
information, call Frost at 890-1560 or visit
ww.lcnnh.org. For directions to the Saturday
picnic, call the Rearicks at 437-1308.
The students of Campbell High School will
take the stage to perform Up the Stage Over
in the school auditorium, 1 Highlander
Court, Litch\ufb01eld, at 7 p.m. on May 15 and
stage on May 15 at 7 p.m. and May 16 at 1
and 7 p.m. The show will feature students,
faculty, and alumni. There will be raf\ufb02es and
concessions available. Come and enjoy the
new \u201ctradition.\u201d For more information, go to
giant Multi-family Yard and Barn Sale on the
school grounds at 182 Lowell Road, Hudson,
from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. The yard sale will be
held rain or shine.
will be held in the Litch\ufb01eld Middle School
Library at 6 p.m. Parents and other interested
community members are invited to attend.
For information contact: Patricia Waggoner
at email@example.com; or the program
director, Bill Roy at 660-6349 or
firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit the program\u2019s web
page at http://www.bgcn.com/locations/
C.J. Steckevicz Gymnasium. The Alvirne
Student Council sponsors this affair in an
effort to recognize outstanding achievement
by Alvirne High School students.
High School from 6:30-8:15 p.m. Three
sessions will be offered: \u201cOnline Predators
and Social Networking\u201d - \u201cCyber Bullying\u201d
- and \u201cTaking Control of Your Home
Computer\u201d. For more information, e-mail:
The Alvirne High School Junior Class will
hold a Community Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. in the school parking lot. Tables can
be rented for a small fee, or you may donate
items to the class of 2010 to sell. Tables
must be reserved by May 20. Please contact
Ashley White at email@example.com.
the Hills House Field, Route 102, Hudson,
from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. This is an event for all
members of the family. There will be award-
winning chili and other great food, along
with carnival-style games and contests for
all. There will be live music, including the
Alvirne High School Jazz Band, crafts, and
community groups. The event will be held
rain or shine. There is a small admission fee
for adults, and children under age 9 are free.
7:30 p.m. at Muldoon Park in Pelham. Any
Pelham, Hudson, or Litch\ufb01eld resident
whose age is 15-19 as of May 1, 2009 is
encouraged to come down and try out. All
players from last year\u2019s Senior Babe Ruth
team must try out. Only players who register
at the \ufb01eld and try out will be considered for
this year\u2019s teams. For more information, see
our website at: www.pelhambaberuth.com
or call Mike Bourk at 635-1870 or e-mail
Tuesday, June 2 (rain date June 3) for a
1-, 2- or 3-mile walk. The event will begin at
6 p.m. at the Community Center.
their fall 2009/spring 2010 tryouts on June
3 and 4 at Freedom Field next to Hills
Garrison Elementary. Age groups U8 to
U11: registration at 4:30-5 p.m., tryouts
from 5-6:15 p.m. Age groups U12 to U14:
registration at 6\u20136:30 p.m., tryouts
6:30\u20138 p.m. For more information, please
visit our Website www.hudsonsoccer.org and
click the HUSC Tryout Icon.
Campbell High Booster Club, Campbell High, 7:00 p.m., second Wednesday.
Conservation Commission, Town Hall, 7:00 p.m., \ufb01rst Thursday.
Fire Department meeting, Station House, 7:00 p.m., second and fourth Wednesday.
Friends of Aaron Cutler Memorial Library, Library, 7:00 p.m., third Monday.
Hudson/Litch\ufb01eld Rotary, Hudson SAU Building,7:30 a.m., every Thursday.
Library Events: www.cutlerlibrary.blogspot.com
Library Trustees, Library, 7:00 pm., second Monday.
Litch\ufb01eld Area Garden Club, 7:00 p.m., second Wednesday, email
Planning Board, Town Hall, 7:00 p.m., \ufb01rst Tuesday.
Recreation Commission, Talent Hall, 7:30 p.m., second and fourth Tuesday.
Recreation Department activities: www.litch\ufb01eld.mv.com/commision/recreation_
60 and Over Coffe Club, Rec. Center, 9 \u2013 11 a.m., every Tuesday.
Alvirne Booster Club, Alvirne Library, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst Wednesday.
Alvirne Touchdown Club, Alvirne Library, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst Monday.
American Legion Post 48 & Auxiliary, Legion hall, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst Monday.
Beekeeping Association, Rec. Center, 7:30 p.m., \ufb01rst Saturday.
Board of Selectmen, Town Hall, BOS Meeting Room, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst, second, and
Friends of Hudson Natural Resources, Town Hall, 7 p.m., second Monday.
GFWC Hudson Community Club, Checkers Restaurant, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst Wednesday.
GFWC Hudson Junior Club, Hudson Police Community Room, 7 p.m., Second
Hudson Historical Society, Alvirne Hills House, 7 p.m., fourth Wedneday.
Hudson Lions Club, Valentino\u2019s Restaurant, 6:30 p.m., second and last Monday.
Hudson Republican Committee, Town Hall, second Monday, 7 p.m.
Hudson Senior Council on Aging activities, Community Center, 9 a.m. \u2013 4 p.m.,
Lions Club of Hudson Bingo, Kiwanis Hall, 4 p.m., second Saturday.
Marine Corps League, VFW Hall, 7:30 p.m., last Tuesday.
Movie Night, Hudson Community Center, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst Friday of the month (October
Trustees of the Trust Fund, Town hall, 3:00 p.m. fourth Thursday.
VFW & Auxiliary, VFW Post, 7 p.m., second Monday
VFW Men\u2019s Auxiliary, VFW Post, 7 p.m., \ufb01rst Monday
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Once again, Litch\ufb01eld Selectmen
solicited bids for mowing and cleanup.
After the bids were opened, Selectman
Steve Perry said that the bids were
essentially the same amount. According
to Perry, the lowest bid for the cleanup is
Litch\ufb01eld Landscaping. They bid $475
for cleanup and $3,120 for mowing,
for a total of $3,595. There will be 12
mowings during the growing season and
Selectman Andrew Santom moved to
award the mowing and cleanup contract
to Litch\ufb01eld Landscaping. Selectman
Pat Jewett seconded. The motion
Kay Gerlach of Fairview Nursing Home in Hudson and Brenda Ford of
Woodlawn Care Center present Melanie Gosselin, executive director of the
NH Food Bank, with a check for $23,669.91. The money was raised, in a
coordinated effort, by seniors throughout NH who live in long-term care and
independent living communities. A special event to celebrate everyone\u2019s
efforts was held at the Executive Court in Manchester on April 28. The
residents of Fairview Nursing Home and Laurel Place Assisted Living raised
their money by
holding an Art
Show in February,
art, created by
residents and staff,
was sold. The show
also included a
bake sale and raf\ufb02e
and staff made soup
to sell for \u2018Soup for
the Soup Kitchen
Day\u2019 and also sold
to staff. It was a
successful and fun
endeavor for all,
thanks to so many
Thanks go out to all
Let\u2019s do it again
On Sunday, May 3, the \ufb01rst
annual \u2018Save the Cha Chas
Walk for Breast Cancer\u2019 was
held in Litch\ufb01eld. The walk
was organized as the senior
project of Campbell High
School seniors Alison Lajoie
spent months planning the
walk that bene\ufb01ted the NH
Breast Cancer Coalition.
Fifty-six walkers participated
in the 5K walk, which was
in Litch\ufb01eld. In the end, the
walk raised over $3,300 for
the Coalition. Thanks to all
who walked, donated, and
helped to make the walk a
A backup generator was installed at the Marsh Road
Water Tank on Thursday, May 7. The installation \u2014
including construction of the pad, conduit, control panel,
and the actual placement of the unit \u2014 was completed
by Hudson\u2019s Highway Department personnel. A licensed
electrician will complete the wiring. This generator will
eliminate the \ufb01re protection and domestic water supply
interruptions that occur at the north end of town during
power outages, like the December ice storm. This is the
last major facility the Town of Hudson owned, in both the
water and the sewer utilities, that didn\u2019t have a backup
Bike Day\u2019 Trike-a-Thon for the bene\ufb01t
of children at the
St. Jude\u2019s Children\u2019s
Thanks to their efforts,
the children have
raised over $19,000
in the last eight years.
Monies will be donated
to St. Jude\u2019s to help
in the \ufb01ght against
the children had fun
practicing and learning
about good bicycle
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