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Hudson~Litchfield News
Volume 28 Number 54 July 28, 2017 12 Pages

New Thompson Center at PMA

Cant be Seen from Lowell Road, but Wait til Fall

While the 1927 building still is majestic and powerful, the new center is four stories tall, but, as it starts at field level, it reaches the 2nd floor of the school with a new elevator going to the top floor of the school.

Steel structure for the elevator

and walkways from the school

Mezzanine overlooking the gym,

Entrance to the Thompson Center top of 300-seat bleachers starts
Staff photos by Len Lathrop

from a new driveway at the top of wall

Front wall will be glass

Granite matching the schools foundation is being used for walkways and walls around the
Looking into the steel, you can see the stage at the back wall. The center of the gym is the darker area at the center of the picture.
front of the Thompson Center.

by Len Lathrop Corporation is the mechanical contractor. While BPS

With all of the summer leaves in full bloom, readers has GIS as their on-site inspectors and materials testing,
cant see that the progress on the Thompson Center for Dave Herbert is the building inspector for the town
Athletics and Performing Arts at Presentation of Mary of Hudson, who was at PMA Tuesday to check some
Academy is 60 percent completed. While the pictures plumbing connection that will be under the gym floor
show what you cant see from Lowell Road, a meeting when the building is complete.
with Tim Burke, construction superintendent from While the gym itself is over four stories tall, its roof
Bonnette, Page & Stone of Laconia, confirmed precisely line is at the second-floor level. This allows access to
what progress has been made. new bathrooms and concession stands from the athletic
While it is still just the steel superstructure, the rubber field on up a very small grade. There are walkways
roof was being installed Tuesday morning; it is beige in from every floor to the new elevator, which is large
color to reflect the sun for better heating and cooling enough from all public safety needs that might arise in
of the build. Burke mentioned that all the concrete for either building.
the floors will be poured in the next couple of weeks, A new driveway and pathways are taking shape, and
and the blocking will most likely be completed before extra care has been taken to match the bricks on the
school starts. While the glass front of the building will upper sections of the school and the granite blocks that
be the last to be installed, the building will be closed in formed the foundation.
before winter arrives in Hudson. PMA Principal Sister Maria Rosa commented, I am
Burke mentioned that, once the exterior was done, extremely pleased with the progress of the project and
the interior walls and mechanical system would go in anticipate that we are on schedule for opening the
very fast. BPS uses local contractors when possible complex in November in time for the basketball season
at the PMA project. Steel work is being done by and our first Christmas Concert in December

August 10 - 13th Chasse, while Longchamp is on electrical and LDG

If only Tree Branches could Talk
The Hills House grounds,
211 Derry Road
(Route 102 - across from
Alvirne High School) in
Hudson, NH
Thursday, August 10th
5PM to 10PM
Courtesy photo

Friday, August 11th

5PM to 11PM
Saturday, August 12th
12PM to 11PM
Sunday, August 13th
12PM to 5PM
Kurt Schaefer was surprised to find a baseball lodged in this tree branch from Corning Field.

courtesy of Kurt Schaefer, Litchfield Baseball Association

A tree branch fell from behind the backstop at Corning Field last winter. I cut the branch down and kept it for
firewood to use in my wood stove. Imagine my surprise, while splitting wood the other day, when I found a baseball
lodged in the branch. How long has it been there? Did it get placed there or was it a foul ball? It has a story to tell;
its too bad that trees cant talk.
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Happy Birthday to an Inspiring Man

courtesy of Marybeth Francoeur Siding Model Railroad Club where he helps
In life, you run across some great people, but build layouts for their numerous train shows
every once in a while, if youre paying attention, throughout the year.
you run across an extraordinary individual. Since 2013, Fred has been volunteering
Someone who does not telegraph the good at St. John XXIII Food Pantry. One day he
deeds they do; someone quiet, humble and showed up at the pantry during the Christmas

kind. Fred Kearns is one of those people. With season asking if there was anything he could
his beloved wife, Mildred, they shared 69 years do. Pauline Boisvert, director of the Food
of marriage and had seven children. Sadly, Pantry, quickly took him under her wing. There
Mildred recently passed away. Fred can be found carrying boxes and bags of
Ryan Daniel Donovan of Hudson graduated with a Bachelor of Among his many accolades, Fred served with donations, stocking shelves, and sorting food for
Science/Business Administration degree in Supply Chain Management the National Guard at Camp Drum in New distribution. He also brings recycled boxes from

Courtesy photo
from the University of Rhode Island. York where he was an excellent marksman. He the pantry to the NHSPCA where they use them
Congratulations Darien Randolph of Litchfield for being elected as has previously been employed at MIT, Digital for cat litter boxes. In addition, Fred participates
the University at Albany Student Associations Director of Marketing. Equipment Corp and Sanders, and was a local in the offertory collections at St. John XXIII
The Director of Marketing is responsible for Student Affairs marketing DJ for WHOB. Church.
campaigns and strategies. This position is also responsible for the While his daughters were young, Fred These things alone would be something most
development and distribution of Student Affairs promotional items as volunteered as the business manager for people would aspire to, but the amazing thing
well as oversight over social media and graphic design. the Suburbanettes, an All Girl Drum and is that Fred Kearns recently celebrated his 90th
Gretchen Gamrat of Hudson graduated from Hofstra University in Bugle Corps. In addition to that role, he also birthday! He is truly an inspiration. Happy
May earning a Master of Science degree in Finance. transported equipment to shows and parades Birthday, Fred!
or helped out wherever he was needed. Fred
Send your Accolades to with a photo Fred Kearns is a long standing member of the Pepperell

Jack Gasdia Becomes an Eagle Scout at only 14

courtesy of Troop 20 Hudson said, Jacks project was an excellent representation of who Jack is;
At the age of 14, Jack Gasdia is one of, if not the youngest of the artistic, compassionate and wise beyond his years. Identifying a
now 51 Eagle Scouts in the history of Troop 20 dating back to 1971. way to express himself by creating a tribute for his grandfather then
He reached his goal of Eagle on May 24 and recently received his recognizing others might be feeling the same way and having the
Eagle badge during a court of honor ceremony on July 8 held at St. same need - I dont know many adults that are that confident and
Kathryns Parish. comfortable with themselves, let
Jack has been involved with Courtesy photos alone compassionate and patient
Scouting since he was 6 years to deal with 40 other people to
old, starting as a Tiger Cub with make the beautiful kiosk outside
Pack 20 and crossing over to Boy the church.
Scouts at the age of 10. Over The ceremony was led by
the years, Jack earned 27 merit Troop 20 Assistant Scoutmaster
badges covering a vast array Bill Zaharcuk. He spoke of
of topics including first aid, Jacks time in Scouting and how
communication, music, chess significant an achievement it is
and public speaking. While for a young man to earn the rank
attending summer camp, at of Eagle. Those in attendance
Camp Wanocksett in Dublin, were given the opportunity to
N.H., he also earned a special speak about Jack as well. Many
award, the Mile Swim. He has spoke of his determination, love
held several positions within for learning, and his natural
Troop 20, including a long ability to lead others. In an
tenure as a patrol leader. In our emotional speech, former Troop
community he has been actively 20 Scoutmaster, Steve Quinn had
involved in several community several personal words for Jack
service projects, peer tutoring Mary Joy, Jacks mom, puts the Eagle Scout pin on her son. before the presentation of the
Former Scoutmaster Steve Quinn presents the Eagle rank. at Hudson Memorial School, Eagle badge. Jacks mother, Mary
playing piano at the Hudson Joy, had the honor of pinning her
Senior Center and serving as a lector in his parish. son with the Eagle Scout badge as the crowd of almost 70 family,
This spring, Jack completed his Eagle Service project: the friends and fellow Scouts looked on.
Childrens Remembrance Memorial at St. Kathryns Parish. This As the ceremony drew to a close, Jack had an opportunity to
project idea, sparked from the loss of Jacks grandfather, offered address the audience. He spoke about what Scouting has meant to
youth in the parish the opportunity to create personalized artwork in him and then proceeded to thank his family, fellow Scouts, Father
memory of a loved one that had passed. Ceramic tiles were created Joseph Cooper from St. Kathryns and all of the Scouting leaders
from the artwork, then arranged and preserved in a weatherproof he had over the years, especially his Eagle adviser, Tim Cunniff,
kiosk that now stands as a memorial outside of St. Kathryns. and former assistant Scoutmaster Joe Undercofler. Finally, in one
Included in the memorial are tiles with the original artwork of of the most emotional moments of the evening, Jack presented his
Nicole Jacques, Mackenzie Lowe and Zachary Tompkins, three former Scoutmaster, Steve Quinn, with a mentor pin, thanking him
Hudson youth whose loss deeply impacted so many in the Hudson specifically for all of his support and guidance on Jacks path to
community. Eagle. Troop 20 is proud to recognize and congratulate Jack on this
Speaking about the project, Tim Cunniff, Jacks Eagle adviser, great accomplishment.

State to Return $30M to Towns and Cities

for Bridge and Highway Repairs
courtesy of the Office of New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu critical to ensure safety on our roads, said Gov. Chris Sununu.
On Monday, July 24, Governor Chris Sununu announced the This is a key first step in rebuilding our states infrastructure and
return of $30 million to towns and cities for road improvements as a reducing property tax obligations for every citizen in the state.
result of signing SB 38, making an appropriation to the department Were sending cash back to towns so that localities can provide
of transportation for local highway aid and aid for municipal relief on their tax base a home run for taxpayers. For years we
bridges. The money is earmarked for road maintenance as well as have heard how the state cannot control local property taxes, but
bridges that have been red listed by the state. what we can do is use infrastructure grants to give our towns more
Addressing New Hampshires infrastructure needs is financial flexibility and target key areas of need to our communities,
which will revitalize New Hampshires
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Receiving the most aid from SB 38
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and Nashua with $1,363,049.37 with

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Remember Hudson When ... Sudoku

A Four-Generation Dairy Farm at 98 Old Derry Road
by Ruth Parker in Hudson with the exception of the farm in operation at 2 7 1
Do you have memories of the Nadeau Dairy Farm at 98 Old Derry Road? Alvirne High School. Working the farm was hard work

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Perhaps you stopped by and visited the cows; taking pictures while they done by the entire family with help from neighbors during
grazed in the field or lay resting while they chewed their cud to take digestion haying and harvest time.
to the next level! The Lambert/
Perhaps you
drove past and
Nadeau farm
operated for nearly 4 8 7
saw the tractor 100 years, from
and hay baler
getting the crop
1902 until 2000.
Within a short
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ready for winter time, machinery,
storage. One of livestock and
my memories property were sold.

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is intentionally The homestead
driving past and farm buildings
the farm near on the south side

5 4 8
Halloween to see of the road were
the numerous purchased by
Jack-O-Lanterns Keven Slattery.
positioned along
the side of the
Using much of
the old farm 8 3 6 4
road, gazing out buildings it is the
of a barn window,
or perched and
location of Nadeau
Industrial Park.
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lighted from the
top of the blue silo.
An early view of Nadeau Farm The farmhouse
has had many
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This was a local improvements and
tradition prepared for us by the Nadeau family with help from friends and is now a two-unit rental. The acreage on the north side of Answers on page 9
neighbors. the road is under development as Senter Estates. Sponsoredby:
This four-generation dairy farm had its beginning in 1902 when Joseph In 2009, following his avocation for the dairy farm, the
Lambert and his wife, Mary, were living in Nashua but looking to move to
a dairy farm. In July of that year they purchased this home and farm from
younger Emery was hired as the Alvirne farm manager.
His mother, Shirley, remains active, working at Checkers Dumont - Sullivan
the heirs of Jackson Greeley. Joseph ran a milk route into Nashua. He later
added chickens and pigs while the remainder of the farm was used for grazing
Restaurant within the culinary department of Alvirne.
This past month, as part of the Second Annual Historical Funeral Homes &
Cremation Services
and growing feed Society Gala,
for the cows. Emery Nadeau,
Joseph and his mother
Mary raised a Shirley, sisters
family of six. Lori and 50FERRYST. 370MAINST.
Their daughter, Elizabeth, and HUDSON,NH NASHUA,NH
Marion, married their families
Emery Henry were awarded
Nadeau in 1935. the Community
They lived on Service Award
and worked for their work
the farm with to make the Alvirne School farm a
her parents; valued resource in Hudson.
purchasing from The house at 98 Old Derry
them in 1941. dates to 1793. Jackson Greeley,
For another two the youngest son of Moses and
generations Mary (Darby) Greeley was born in
and most of 70 Hudson in November 1815. Moses
years the farm Greeley was born in Haverhill,
continued, first Mass., in 1787. By 1793, he had
with Marions moved to Nottingham West and
son Emery E. was a single father with two young
and later with her The farmhouse in 2017 daughters. His first wife, Mary
grandson, Emery Greeley, had recently passed, and
E., Jr. The senior he was (or soon would be) married
Emery E. was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the farm since the to Mary Darby. It was Moses Greeley who was responsible for building this
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age of 14 when his dad, Emery Henry, took a job in Nashua. By 1961, Emery farmhouse. He and his wife, Mary, had 10 children of their own; plus Moses
E. and Shirley (Craig) were married. They raised a family of three children; daughters from his first marriage. Moses lived in this farmhouse until his
Lori, Emery E. Jr., and Elizabeth. The younger Emery joined the family death in 1848 at the age of 83. Ownership of the farm passed to Jackson Bounce houses
business upon graduation from Alvirne High School in 1982. Greeley who likewise resided here until his passing in 1894. It has been said Face painting
By 1995, Emery E., then age 50, was working a herd of 75 milkers that that this home was used as a tavern because of the location on the roadway
produced about 205 gallons a day! The electronic milking machines between Nashua and Derry. This may have been the case, but, based upon Snacks & Drinks
delivered the milk directly into a storage tank where it was cooled and kept what I have read to date, I cannot state it as a fact.
at temperature until drained by a milk hauling truck in the small hours of the Goodie Bags
following morning. At that time, this farm was the last commercial dairy farm
and MORE!

Hudson Memorial School News

courtesy of Hudson Memorial School students schedule and will have an opportunity to meet their
As the new school year starts, the Hudson Memorial School students teachers and learn about academic expectations. Teachers
would like to make parents aware of some important upcoming will not discuss individual student progress during this time. Parent/
events for the 2017-2018 school year. Teacher conferences will be held in November.
Guidance Tours Important E-Mail Update Information
Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 22 and 23. First tour begins at 10 The Hudson Memorial School uses parent e-mail addresses
a.m. and second tour begins at 1 p.m. each day. to send home school-wide information. We e-mail an on-line
Sixth Grade Orientation and Schedules form home for parents to update their students home/emergency
Memorial will hold an orientation night for new sixth grade information and submit that form back for us to upload into our
students on Monday, Aug. 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Students database.
and parents will have an opportunity to meet their teachers and It is very important that we have accurate parent e-mail addresses.
administrators and find out what the expectations are for sixth grade. We are requesting that you e-mail Sue Piper (
On the first day of school, sixth grade students will meet in the or Sue Landry at (, with your name and your
cafeteria. Students will then move to homerooms at 7:35 a.m. and
receive a copy of their schedule.
students first and last name, so that we may accurately capture your
e-mail address and paste it into our database. Thank you for your
First Day of School immediate attention to this matter.
The first day of school is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 29. All of us at Memorial are
School Hours of Operation excited about the start of a new

Student Day: 7:45 a.m. to 2:20 p.m. Late bell is 7:45 a.m. school year and look forward to
Student supervision begins at 7:30 a.m. Please do not drop off meeting with you. If you have
your student before then. any question or concerns, please Hi friends! Stanley suggested Well, both Wally (who will tell you
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The Word Around Town...

Letters to our Editor
Northeast Heat Blue Girls are Winners take the ball and see what happened. There were some exciting wins along the road
but some losses that I truly thought would get them down. That never happened;
As I stepped aside last year, hung up my coaching hat and finally put on my
softball Dad hat, I was not quite sure what to expect. Are softball parents really
they had an enthusiasm and excitement about them that as a coach is awesome to
see. There was never any finger pointing and they never got after each other. The
The Skies and
the Roads are
as nutty as I had heard? Are the coaches as off the rails intense as I had heard? coaches were able to keep them engaged which was key as the weather got hotter
Could my daughter, who had played only baseball for the last eight years make the and days got longer.
transition to softball? I mean, how hard could it be? The ball is twice as big and As parents and coaches we always try to teach our kids its not about the trophies
comes in underhand! The most important question of all though would be will she
be accepted by an organization and group of girls that had been together for many
or awards. Its about learning the game, loving the game, respecting your opponent
and having fun. After all, its just a game, thats all it ever has been and all it ever
years? will be. The record doesnt show it but these girls are winners in every sense of the The second date did not happen. I am
Fast forward 10 months and all of those questions were answered in spades. Not word and the wins on the field will absolutely come. The biggest victory of all is not giving up hope. I have just increased
only was she accepted by the girls and the coaches, I am happy to say she was also the fact that they are going to be lifelong friends and there is no scorebook for that. the number of guys that I talk to at once,
welcomed by the parents like one of their own daughters. Just so we are clear, yes, the parents are nutty (present company included), the so that way I am bound to eventually meet
I say all of that to get to this. Despite a disappointing record, which really was coaches are over the top and I think Liz did pretty good ... a guy who will hang out with me a second
to be expected given their inexperience and youth, the girls gave all they had every The Northeast Heat Blue team this year was made up of Alyssa Abbott, Skye time. I shouldnt use the term date because
game and never lost faith. They played a second year 12 year old schedule even Merrow, Maddie Bradish, Liz Huggins, Lilian Welburne, Natalie Camarano, that is too strong of a word for most men.
though the majority of the girls are 11 years old. They also had girls who were Courtney Peaslee, Elizabeth Rugg, Olivia Rock, Kaylie Disco, Kate Vowels and I will continue to keep everyone posted
eligible to play on 10 year old teams which is astonishing when the overwhelming Faith Cestrone. They were coached by Jimmy Cestrone, Marty Vowels, Glenn because I know everyone cares deeply.
number of teams they played were fielding much older and bigger girls. By bigger Bradish and Brian Rock. Last week I went on a business trip. I
I mean, bigger! We gave up an average of 4-5 inches per girl to most teams; that is had to take a 45-minute plane ride to my
insane. That would be like a team of Shaquille ONeals playing a team of Isaiah Charlie Huggins, Hudson conference. Forty-five minutes. So I take
Thomass every week. This never fazed these girls and they were always happy to my seat and a woman sits down next to me.
The plane was pretty full. A man asked a
flight attendant if he could sit next to his
girlfriend. She told him that he has to wait
A snuffly sort of growl goes out from the Fox noting that July is just about for that. Maybe it is the Foxs poor hearing, but sometimes too many words until everyone is seated before making
done, only three days left after this Friday. just get in the way. Do you talk just to hear yourself talk? seat arrangements and reminded him that
According to Ralph Parker, president of the Senior Golf League at Whip- Now onto the second question. A paw up to the selectman for asking the flight was only 45 minutes. He started
Poor-Will, the article on Alvirne Ice and looking into granting tax abatements flipping out. Its like five in the morning.
Hockey Supporters Take to the Links and checking the situation out. But, from Too early for people to start screaming. I

needed some clarification. Some of the what was said, can property values be set just got up and said he could have my seat.
terminology was wrong. based on a purchase and sale agreement? Who am I to stand in between true love for
A best ball format tournament is Lets watch what happens in two weeks
when each member of the foursome at the next selectmens meeting or do we
plays his own ball to the end and all need a real estate comp (comparable
then the best score of the foursome properties) on our den to get your taxes

is recorded for each hole separately. lowered.
A scramble format is when the best Thinking of property reassessments, have
All About

shot of the foursome is selected and they come to your house yet? Will you let
played for each shot until the hole is them in or not? And maybe, for the 11th
completed, and one score is recorded time, why does Hudson spend so much
for the group. It should have been a money doing these assessments because
Shotgun Start Tournament in which the thats the law? Well, do you always drive
field starts from different holes at the

F o x S a y ? the speed limit? 45 minutes? I dont know how they survive

same time rather than queuing up at In closing this week, yes, it is still in life if they cant spend 45 minute away
the first tee. summer. Our delegation is still working in from each other. They must work in the
Thank you, Ralph, for the help, never Washington to bring money to our state. same department at the same job during the
have played the game; the Fox always Just this week a bill was passed to spend same shifts. God, that is way too much time
tries to be correct. A paw down to $25 million to build a 20-acre greenhouse with one person.
the Fox, but the question is could we in Berlin to provide lettuce and tomatoes Anyways, here are two PSAs for everyone.
covert the scoring to a Stableford Point scoring competition? One point for to the community form the USDA Rural Development loan to the North Parents Snapchat has this new feature where
a bogey, two points for a par, three for a birdie, four for an eagle and five for Country Growers. your childs friends can see exactly where
an albatross. they are and vice versa. I am not a parent,
Psithurism (noun)- the sound of the wind through trees. Wow, you must but I suggest turning that off because its a
be thinking the Fox has been chasing his tail too much this past week and bit creepy.
you might be right, but then again, there is a lot of wind in the world and The second PSA is for people to please
it can be described with many different words. The one that is in the Foxs follow the basic rules of the road. This
head today is hot. summer I have seen so many people
Hudson selectmen just went into non-public with their Tuesday night brazenly disregard these basic rules. We
meeting. While it was a quick public session in the 40-minute range, it left all went to middle school. If there is a
two questions to think about: why, when someone wants to volunteer to sidewalk, walk on it. I have seen runners
serve the town, does a person get the fifth degree or does it just seem that running on a busy street when there is a
way? It seems important to know why when someone wants to give up his perfectly good sidewalk not being used right
time to help his community. On Tuesday, the gentleman, Mark Boulger, there. I saw a man riding his bike on windy
gave a nice answer to why do you want to be on the Benson Committee? back roads, texting, and going against the
With an open seat and only one volunteer asking to be appointed, the Fox flow during rush hour. Why? Do you know
believes the next sentence should be welcome aboard, glad to have you, how hard it is to text while biking? Really
not a diatribe of rhetorical statements about his goals and objects. He hard. I have tried it. Dont do it. The
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of the road against traffic. Ive seen this
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Good for the Community

Your Hometown Community Calendar
Fridays thru August 25 Wednesday, August 2 discussed, including the only brewery owned President Abraham Lincoln enters at the end of her
Free Friday Film Festival. Come to the Rodgers
Memorial Library in Hudson on Friday afternoons 2nd Bring a beach blanket or chairs and
enjoy the sound of the tropics as Aaron
and operated by a woman before the modern era.
Illustrations present evidence of societys changing
tale to read his 1863 Thanksgiving proclamation.
Sharon Wood portrays Hale and Steve Wood
at 3:30 p.m. for films you may have missed in Cutler Memorial Library hosts a free attitudes towards beer and alcohol consumption portrays Lincoln in a living history presentation
the theatre. See hit movies on our big screen in concert with the popular steel drum group over the years. Whether youre a beer connoisseur following background about their characters and
air conditioned comfort, snacks will be served. Tropical Sensations on, at 6:30 p.m. on the library or a tea-totaler, this lecture will be enjoyed by the times. Sponsored by the Hudson Historical
On July 21 join us for an award winning modern lawn. In the event of inclement weather, the adults of all ages. Society.
homage to the classic Hollywood Musical. Come concert will be held in the Campbell High School
Monday, August 28
early, and enjoy a concert of hits of the 50s & 60s
before the film. On July 28 see the story of an
Auditorium. For more information, contact Alex
Robinson at 424-4044. 2 8th First day of school for Litchfield School Happenings Across
Army medic who refuses to kill people and wins
the Medal of Honor without firing a shot. Check
Saturday August 5
the River
5th Household Hazardous Waste Collection,
Tuesday, August 29
and Through the Woods
our movie line for more information on upcoming
titles, 816-4535. Sponsored by the Friends of the
8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Nashua Public Works 29th First day of school for Hudson School
Garage, 9 Stadium Dr., Nashua, for
residents of Hudson and Litchfield. $10 user September 2 thru Tuesday, September 5 Wednesday, August 2
Saturdays thru August 26
The Aaron Cutler Memorial Library will be
fee per vehicle, additional charges for quantities
exceeding 10 gallons or 20 pounds. No latex 2nd Aaron Cutler Memorial Library closed
for Labor Day Holiday weekend
2nd Londonderry Concerts on the Common
features The Delta Generators featuring
closed. paint, no electronics, no medications. For more Brian Templeton from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Brian
information and a complete list of accepted items, Monday, September 4 is one our all-time favorite performers. And,

Monday, July 31 thru Friday, August 4
Save the Dates! Looking for kids, ages 5
visit or call 424-2240. 4th Rodgers Memorial Library closed for
Labor Day
from our concerts goers enthusiastic response,
31 to 12, who want to have some fun! Open Thursday, August 10 thru
we know that you love him, too! Brian always
seems to get everyone on their feet and clapping
Monday, September 25
Doors Christian Fellowship Church, 359
1 0th Sunday, August 13
their hands. His brand of R+B, blues and country
Charles Bancroft Hwy., Litchfield, 10 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Games, Bible stories, crafts and fun!
Hudson Old Home Days, happening at
Hills House Field, 211 Derry Rd. (Route
25th Eighth Annual Zachary M. Tompkins
Golf Tournament (ZacharyTompkins. is simply unstoppable. Brians barrel-house
org), Green Meadow Golf Club, Hudson. belting style of singing, hot harmonica playing
Check out our website to see pictures and to sign 102).
6:30 a.m., registration opens; 8 a.m., and exuberant onstage persona has garnered him
up - See you then!
Sunday, August 13 & Thursday, August 17 shotgun starts; 1 p.m., lunch and raffles. For a legion of fans in the U.S., Europe and beyond.

Tuesday, August 1
Hudson Board of Selectmen and Benson 1 3th The Friends of the Library of Hudsons
Second Hand Prose Used Book Sale will
additional information e-mail Bob McCarthy at Brian is bringing a full band, including horns
this year. Anyone who has seen him perform in
1 Committee Workshop, 7 p.m., Buxton be held on Aug. 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
previous summers will tell you theyve never left
Conference Room. Purpose: to discuss and Aug. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m., in the lower September 29 & 30 his show unsatisfied. For a complete schedule and
goals, projects, plans and responsibilities. level of the Hills Memorial Library Building at 18 2 9th Fourth Annual Lumberjack Show at Hills
House, Derry Road, Hudson. Sponsored
more details visit www.ConcertsOnTheCommon.
Public welcome to attend. Library St. org.
by the Hudson Historical Society. Keep
Wednesday, August 23 tune for more information. Saturday, August 12
Tuesday, August 1, Wednesday, August 2 &
Saturday, August 5 2 3rd Brewing in NH: an informal History
of Beer in the Granite State Saturday, October 21 1 2th Cars & Cans Car Show, St. Patrick
Church, 12 Main St., Pelham. All
2018 Northeast Heat Softball Tryouts for 10U,
12U, 14U, 16U and 18U. Open tryouts will be
from Colonial Times to the Present, 2 1st Cemetery Tours, 10 a.m. Back again!
Join the Hudson Historical Society for a
proceeds will benefit Pelham Food Pantry.
7 p.m., Hills House, Derry Road, Hudson. For more information, e-mail carsandcans@
conducted at Nashua South High School July 25- guided tour of the cemeteries of Hudson.
Sponsored by the Hudson Historical Society.
26 from 6 to 8 p.m. and on Aug.1-2 at Alvirne You provide the transportation, we provide
Glenn Knoblock explores the fascinating history of
High School from 6 to 8 p.m. We will also have the expertise!
New Hampshires beer and ale brewing industry
one additional day of open try outs on Aug. 5 at
from Colonial days, when it was home- and tavern- Thursday, November 16
Hudson Memorial Schools Hank Center Field.
Private tryouts can be arranged upon request.
based, to todays modern breweries and brew
pubs. Unusual and rare photos and advertisements 1 6th Our National Thanksgiving: With
Thanks to President Lincoln and Mrs.
Blood Drive Opportunities
Contact Mike Soby at Hudson
document this changing industry and the states Hale, 7 p.m., Hills House, Derry Road,
Come out to be part of this very competitive and Aug. 15: 1-6 p.m., White Birch Banquet Hall,
earliest brewers, including the renowned Frank Hudson. Sarah Josepha Hale, a Newport,
exciting program. 222 Central St.
Jones. A number of lesser-known brewers and NH native, tells the story of her 30 year effort to
breweries that operated in the state are also have Thanksgiving declared a national holiday.

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The Northeast Heat Organization is a very competitive and courtesy of Aaron Cutler Memorial Library mix of music including calypso, reggae, blues and rumbas. Musicians
successful USA Junior Olympic and NSA fast pitch tournament softball Bring a beach blanket or chairs and enjoy the sounds of the tropics from southwest New Hampshire and Massachusetts play four-part
organization. We have teams in the 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, 18U and as Aaron Cutler Memorial Library hosts a free concert with the harmonies on steel drums ranging from a single lead pan to a full
18+U Divisions. Open tryouts will be conducted Aug. 1 and 2, 8 and popular steel drum group Tropical Sensations on Wednesday, Aug. 2, set of six bass pans. The band has recorded six CDs, including two
9 at Alvirne High School, 200 Derry Road, Hudson. at 6:30 p.m., on the library lawn. Christmas albums.
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Tuesday, July 4: 1:37 a.m. Road hazard, Pinecrest Road. 3:37 a.m. Complaint, Liberty Way. 6:41 p.m. Suspicious person, Century Tuesday, July 11: 12:25 a.m. Suspicious person, Brenton Street.
Noise complaint, Charles Bancroft Highway. 10:20 a.m. Criminal Lane. 3:47 a.m. Medical emergency, Watts Landing. 5:27 a.m. Road
mischief, Pinecrest Road and Nathan Drive. Thursday, July 6: 12:01 a.m. Suspicious vehicle, Derry Road. hazard, Albuquerque Avenue and Newstead Street. 7:58 a.m.
Wednesday, July 5: 6:33 a.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Charles 12:21 a.m. Disabled motor vehicle, Charles Bancroft Highway. Found/lost property, Liberty Way. 8:28 a.m. Assist citizen, Liberty
Bancroft Highway. 8:33 a.m. Paperwork service, Horseshoe Drive. 10:38 a.m. Medical emergency, Dixon Drive. 2:41 p.m. Way. 10:12 a.m. Follow up, Liberty Way. 1:36 p.m. Assist citizen,
9:57 a.m. Medical emergency, Charles Bancroft Highway. 10:40 Complaint, Albuquerque Avenue and Hillcrest Road. 3:20 p.m. Liberty Way. 1:59 p.m. Assist citizen, Whidden Lane. 3:27 p.m.
a.m. Complaint, Horseshoe Drive. 12:56 p.m. Disabled motor Motor vehicle complaint, Derry Road. 3:57 p.m. Motor vehicle Complaint, Woodhawk Way. 3:32 p.m. Assist other agency,
vehicle, Derry Road and Horseshoe Drive. 1:17 p.m. Animal complaint, Charles Bancroft Highway and Forest Lane. 4:54 Liberty Way. 5:29 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Charles Bancroft
involved incident, Hillcrest Road. 1:22 p.m. Road hazard, Hillcrest p.m. Paperwork service, Lance Avenue. 9:32 p.m. Motor vehicle Highway. 8:58 p.m. Animal involved incident, Woodhawk Way.
Road. 3:22 p.m. Telephone scam, Trolley Road. 4:02 p.m. Assist accident, Charles Bancroft Highway and Temple Drive. 9:53 p.m. Assist other agency, Liberty Way. 10:18 p.m. Assist other
citizen, Liberty Way. 4:16 p.m. Animal involved incident, Talent Friday, July 7: 3:09 a.m. Suspicious person, Charles Bancroft agency, Page Road.
Road. 4:36 p.m. Assist other agency, Liberty Way. 5:28 p.m. Highway and Temple Drive. 10:21 a.m. Police service, Liberty Way. Wednesday, July 12: 5:01 a.m. Animal involved incident,
11:19 a.m. Assist other agency, Liberty Way. 12:32 p.m. Welfare Woodhawk Way. 5:46 a.m. Theft, Oak Drive. 6:46 a.m. Suspicious
check, Woodburn Drive. 1:59 p.m. Disabled motor vehicle, activity, Garden Drive and Century Lane. 7:02 a.m. Suspicious

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Charles Bancroft Highway and Temple Drive. 3:56 p.m. Follow up, activity, Oak Drive. 8:24 a.m. Theft, Oak Street. 8:59 a.m. Theft,
Temple Drive. 4:13 p.m. Follow up, Charles Bancroft Highway and Oak Drive. 9:28 a.m. Alarm, Colby Road. 9:54 a.m. Criminal
Watts Landing. 4:19 p.m. Suspicious activity, Sybil Lane. 5:19 p.m. mischief, Charles Bancroft Highway. 10:52 a.m. Theft, Pearson
Suspicions person, Louise Drive. 6:18 p.m. Follow up, Liberty Way. Street. 10:44 a.m. Complaint, Nesmith Court. 11:00 a.m. Assist
Located across from 7:54 p.m. Disturbance, Bixby Road, arrested Daniel Lea Anderson, other agency, Liberty Way. 12:21 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint,
Goodwill and 20, of Litchfield, for Criminal Mischief (vandalism) and Reckless Charles Bancroft Highway. 12:52 p.m. Assist other agency, Charles
Dunkin Donuts Conduct - Place Another in Danger. 9:16 p.m. Disturbance, Bixby Bancroft Highway. 1:03 p.m. Fingerprinting, Liberty Way. 2:38
M Basket New Goodwill Road. 9:50 p.m. Unwanted subject, Jamesway Drive. p.m. Animal involved incident, Hillcrest Road. 5:25 p.m. Follow
Saturday, July 8: 5:17 p.m. Motor vehicle accident, Winter Circle. up, Charles Bancroft Highway. 5:29 p.m. Follow up, Charles
Donuts *Panos 6:02 p.m. Colby Road, arrested on a warrant, Troy Robert Estabrook, Bancroft Highway. 5:37 p.m. Welfare check, Moose Hollow Road.
225 Lowell Road 26, of Litchfield. 6:00 p.m. Theft, Acorn Way. 6:46 p.m. Complaint, Campbell
(603)595-7827 Open Mon-Sat Closed Sundays Sunday, July 9: 12:13 a.m. Noise complaint, Nesmith Court. 12:22 Drive. 6:53 p.m. Abandoned motor vehicle, Pinecrest Road and
a.m. Suspicious person, Charles Bancroft Highway. 10:39 a.m. Charles Bancroft Highway. 11:18 p.m. Animal involved incident,
Medical emergency, Woodburn Hillcrest Road.
Drive. 11:34 a.m. Disturbance, Thursday, July 13: 5:50 a.m. Animal involved incident, Hillcrest
Kokokehas Circle. 1:29 p.m. Road. 7:45 a.m. Alarm, Charles Bancroft Highway. 10:47 a.m.
Department assist, Page Road. Abandoned motor vehicle. 1:23 p.m. VIN check, Hopkins Street.
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Monday, July 10: 3:28 a.m. Road. 6:29 p.m. Suspicious activity, Derry Road. 11:13 p.m.
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seeks relief on the Promissory Note executed by you. A copy of the Complaint is on file and may be obtained at the Applicants will undergo a written test, physical agility test, oral
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board, psychological exam, and an extensive background investi-
3. YOU MUST REPLY WITHIN 41 DAYS TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS. You must give or mail the Plaintiff a written
response called an Answer within 41 days after the date on which this Summons was first published in the Hudson- gation to include a polygraph examination. Applications can be

Litchfield News, which is August 25, 2017 and after the date on which this Summons was first published in the Times
Argus, which is August 25, 2017. You must send a copy of your answer to the Plaintiff or the Plaintiffs attorney, Grant downloaded from our website or picked up
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at 2 Liberty Way, Litchfield, NH.

4. YOU MUST RESPOND TO EACH CLAIM. The Answer is your written response to the Plaintiffs Complaint. In
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lose this case. You will not get to tell your side of the story, and the Court may decide against you and award the Plain-
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legal claims you have against the Plaintiff. Your claims against the Plaintiff are called Counterclaims. If you do not
application to our office by August 18th, 2017. There is no fee to
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must still give the court a written Answer to protect your rights or you may lose the case.
The testing date will be Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at 9:00
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03052. This will start with a written test (NHDelivering
The Affidavit duly filed in this action shows that service cannot be made with due diligence by any of the methods
provided in Rules 4(d)-(f), (k), or (l) of the Vermont Rules of Civil Procedure. Accordingly, it is ORDERED that service
of the Summons set forth above shall be made upon the Defendant, Kristina Olson, by publication as provided in
Certified Officers are Delivering 9 6 5 8 1 4 7 2 3
EXEMPT) and physical agility testing will follow for those scor-
Rule[s] [4(d)(l) and] 4(g) of those Rules.
13,500 copies weekly in
ing a 70 or above. The clothing of the day will be PT gear (shorts, 13,500 copies weekly in 1 2 7 6 5 3 8 9 4
This order shall be published once a week for 3 weeks beginning on July 14, 2017 in the Hudson-
Litchfield News, a newspaper of general circulation in Hillsborough County, and beginning on July 14, 2017 in the
Times Argus, a newspaper of general circulation in Washington County, and a copy of this summons and order as
t-shirts, running shoes). Hudson & Litchfield. Hudson & Litchfield. 5 7 2 3 4 8 1 6 9
published shall be mailed to the Defendant, Kristina Olson, at her last known address.

Dated at Montpelier, Vermont this 30th day of June, 2017.

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If you have any questions contact Captain Benjamin Sargent at
Hon. Mary Miles Teachout (603) 424-4047 4 1 9 2 6 7 3 5 8
Vermont Superior Court
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by David S. Morin Flynn at 886-6011. An anonymous tip can
Reports of guns used in two Hudson also be left at the Crime Line (603) 594-
incidents kept Hudson Police busy. The first 1150.
incident took place on July 20, just before The second incident took place on July 21
5 p.m., on Lowell Road near the Sagamore at 12:30 a.m. when police received a report
Bridge. The Hudson Police Department took of a man pointing a gun at patrons entering
a report of a road rage incident involving a the Circle K site on Derry Road. On arrival
Photo by David S. Morin

2006 green Volkswagen Passat and a gray at the scene the white SUV had left the area.
2000 Chevy Pickup where a firearm was A short time later a Hudson officer spotted
displayed. the vehicle pass by him on Derry Road.
Several police units converged on both Officers searched area businesses and found
vehicles on Library Street in front of St. John the vehicle at the 7-Eleven store in Litchfield.
Church. Both drivers were interviewed, and Police questioned the operator of the SUV,
police are looking to speak to any witnesses Brian Bell, 36, of Finch Court, Litchfield,
to this incident which occurred during the and arrested him. Bell refused to take a field
Hudson police officers speak with two drivers involved in a road rage incident that took place on Lowell Road. heavy afternoon commute. Anyone with sobriety test and was charged with driving
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Getting Sweaty Single Car Crash Closes

at Summer Lacrosse Camp Kimball Hill Road
by David S. Morin
Hudson Police and Fire
units responded to the area of
Kimball Hill Road in the area of
Speare Road for a single-vehicle
crash involving a telephone pole
on July 20 just before 3 p.m.
On arrival crews found a
2008 Kia operated by 73-year-

Photo by David S. Morin

old Charles Grossman of
Miramar Beach, Fla. While
traveling east on Kimball Hill
Road near Speare Road, the Kia
went off the road to the right
and struck a utility pole. The
utility pole was broken at the
base. The vehicle came to stop
at Clement Road.
Grossman was uninjured and
refused any further medical
treatment at scene. The Kia had
to be towed from the scene.
Eversource responded out to the
scene to assess the damage.
The road remained closed
from Speare Road to Clement
Road for several hours as utility
Staff photo by Len Lathrop crews work to restore power
and repair the damaged pole.
The boys of summer in grades first through sixth grade, play at Presentation of Mary Academy Lacrosse The cause of the crash remains
Summer Camp. under investigation.

Newly Created Position of Land Use Director Expands

on Town Planners Duties
On Aug. 30, George Thebarge will mark his first day on the job Hudson Board of Selectmen on July 25 as the towns first land use In his capacity as town planner, Thebarge will advise the planning
as the land use director for the Town of Hudson, a newly created director. board, citizens, board of selectmen, town administrator and town
position. Thebarge replaces Town Planner John Cashell, who As land use director, Thebarge will supervise and coordinate the staff regarding land use planning issues. Additionally, he will serve
worked for the town for 14 years, leaving in February to take over daily operations of the Land Use Division through coordination of as the lead person for the towns economic development efforts;
the planning directors position in Georgetown, Mass. Thebarge, the planning, engineering, zoning, code enforcement and economic supervise the processing of all applications for planning board
with a starting salary of $98,500, will gain added responsibilities development activities of the town. He will also serve as the town review; supervise the management of the towns master plan and
beyond the previous town planners position. Thebarge was one planner. Under the direction of Town Administrator Steve Malizia, capital improvements programs; prepare the budgets; coordinate the
of three candidates being considered by the selectmen for the land Thebarge will provide supervision to employees in the planning, technical activities of the departments; and answer public inquiries
use director position. Thebarge was unanimously accepted by the engineering and zoning/code enforcement departments. and complaints as needed.

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Kn w Y ur Car Monthly AUTOSECTION

A Well-Received British Invasion Takes over the Hills House

by Lynne Ober
The grounds of Hills House

Kn w Y ur Car
were covered with British cars last
Saturday. It almost looked like
an invasion, but it was, in reality,
the much-anticipated 2017 British
Car Show, which was enjoyed by
many. Cars filled the grounds -
organized in rows by class. It was
hard to know where to start.
Row after row of MGs of various
sizes and ages were on display.
Most had been meticulously
restored but some were actually
in the parking lot while their
owners were at the show viewing
the display. Look this MG has no
door handles, said a father to his
son. Do you know how they got
in? After a bit of examination,
it was explained that this car
had no glass windows and there
was a slot in the plastic window The backseat was roomy for passengers who road in the 1964 Winchester London Taxi. An antique MG for onlookers to enjoy
covering that opened so you could
reach inside and pull the string built, but these three saloon cars are credited with saving Triumph the cars cabin.
that opened the door. The son was intrigued and kept leaning over from oblivion after the companys factories were ruined during There was also a section for non-British cars. Here sat a large
to view the mechanism. World War II. Renowns were built from 1949 until 1954. On truck with its passenger cabin tilted up. This Ford 1941 truck has its
Many people know about Triumphs from the TR2 through TR7 display was a beautiful 1954 Renown. Total Renown production engine mounted under the passenger cabin so the cabin had to tilt
and the Spitfires, but few have ever seen a Triumph Renown. On of this hand-built car from 1949 until
display was a gorgeous Renown (only one of seven that are known 1954 was 9,301 and fewer than 200 are
to exist in America), which is owned by the Polenchers in Hudson. known to have survived today. Triumph,
This vehicle resembles a Bentley or Rolls Royce and has little to do originally started by a German, is no longer
with the TR line so everyone was surprised to learn it is a Triumph. in existence, but BMW, another German car
Many have called the Renown and its cousins, the Roadster and maker, owns the rights to the Triumph name.
Mayflower, as the least sporty and clearly the slowest Triumphs ever If you preferred the sportier line that
Triumph manufactured, there were plenty of
Staff photos by Lynne Ober opportunities to view those.
But the Triumph Renown wasnt the only
interesting vehicle. In fact it was hard to
choose from the hundreds on display. The
1964 Winchester London Taxi, last years
best in show, drew a crowd of admirers.
Winchester London Taxis were made from
1963 through 1972. There used to be very
strict taxi rules in London. One expectation
was that the roof had to be high enough,
so a man wearing a top hat could sit
comfortably without removing his hat. Each
taxi had to reach a 25-foot turning radius,
and have a limousine configuration. This The cab of a 1941 Coca Cola Ford delivery truck tilted to give mechanics access to the engine
taxi was complete with its meter and had installed beneath the drivers compartment.
been meticulously restored.

up for the mechanic to work on this truck. The

owner had a photo album done of the before-
and-after restoration as well as a photo of the
truck delivering Coca Cola to stores back in
1941. Although the freight cabin was gone, the
rest of the truck had been carefully restored. Lots
of conversation rolled around finding the rusted
hulk of this truck abandoned in a field, getting
permission to move and then the months to
The Land Rover dealer in Bedford brought a
This 1964 Winchester London Taxi was best of show in the 2016 bevy of cars to display, including a bright orange
British Car Show. Land Rover convertible. Did you know Land
Rover made a convertible?
By the time we had looked at all the cars, I
dont think I was the only one wishing that MGs,
Triumphs and Austin Healeys would again be
made. Beautiful driving machines.

A picture of the 1941 truck when it was outfitted to deliver Coca Cola

As well as antique British cars, there were newer British cars. The
row of Lotus vehicles parked together drew much interest. Next to
a 2011 Lotus Evora sat the owner enjoying an ice cream cone. You
must have great knees, said a viewer who noticed that the Evora
had little ground clearance. Will a tennis ball even roll under that
car? The owner laughed and said that once the door was opened,
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