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Volume 20 Number 38 April 2, 2010 18 Pages

When Radio Was King

by Len Lathrop

Cabaret Weekend filled the

Steckevicz gymnatorium at Alvirne High School for the 13th time. The theme this year,

When Radio was King, played

out right down to the hand- crafted radios on every table, through which the emcee, Mr. Joe Caspar, introduced and entertained. Throughout the concert, various radio personalities appeared to address the crowd, including Emma O’Rourke as Mae West, Nathanial Morse and Marisa

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Kulis as George Burns and Gracie Allen, Kyle Garnick and Jean Luc Bouchard as Bud Abbott and Lou Costello (performing a dead-

on Who’s on First?), Paige

Devlin, Samantha Migneault, and Devan Lyman as the Andrew Sisters, and Ryan Kelly and Brad Fernald as the Lone Ranger and Tonto. Additionally, the audience was regaled by Tony Clements and Ashley Iannaco as Fred and Ginger, Taylor Morin as Sophie Tucker, Cassy Strokus as Ella Fitzgerald, Paige Devlin as Frances Langford, Peter Dubois as Frank Sinatra, Nathanial Morse as Al Jolson, and Rachel Mandrik and Victoria Long as Helen and John Trent throughout the show.

staff photos by Len Lathrop

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And what a show it was. The Jazz Band was absolutely outstanding, performing such classic songs as “In the Mood,” “Take the ‘A’ Train,” “One O’Clock Jump,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “Little Brown Jug,” and

“Cotton Tail.” The Concert Band brought proud and sentimental tears to many an eye with their patriotic “American Patrol,” “The Homefront (Musical Memories from WWII),”

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Together, We Make a Difference

by Lynne Ober

The Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce held their 41st Annual Awards Dinner on March 30, with the theme “Together, We Make a Difference.” The evening kicked off with a welcome by

Steven Forkey, who served as Director and the evening’s Master of Ceremonies. Then, the Hudson Fire Department Relief Association presented the colors and Firefighter Mike Armand sang the Star Spangled Banner. Governor John Lynch was the first speaker, and he talked about the state of New Hampshire’s economy, how the budget is currently in the red, and how efforts are underway to balance the budget. With more heavy rain falling outside, he also talked about the flooding that was occurring all over the state. Although he couldn’t stay for the entire evening’s presentation, he did stay to hear Forkey talk about the Chamber’s support for SB 489 (the bill for the convention center that would be built in Hudson), should this bill pass, and about how the Chamber and its businesses believe such a convention center would provide jobs and lead the way toward economic recovery. Jennifer


candidate for U.S. Congress, talked about why she is running and what she believed she could contribute if elected. Horn, fiscally conservative, is running her campaign on the need to reduce the federal deficit and

the need to change the way Washington conducts its business. She believes the future of America depends upon us making some wise, fiscal changes.

Jim Bender, Candidate for the U.S. Senate, also

spoke. The thrust of his campaign is to return jobs and economic growth to New Hampshire. Bringing a backpack full of reams of paper, Bender started placing them on the podium. First, it was 1,000 sheets (or two reams) to show how the national health bill started out. He spoke about Congressman Paul Hodes announcing that he didn’t intend to read the bill. Bender said that he had and pledged to read all bills if elected so that he could make educated votes. By the time Bender finished, he was standing next to a stack of nearly 4,000 pages, representing the height of the health bill as recently passed by Congress. Matibo’s Salon, formerly Baron Hair Design,

won Small Business of the Year. Not only do they offer Boston spa services within our community, but they sponsor and support a wide variety of community events. They have supported charities and school teams and activities.

Governor Lynch congratulates Matibo’s Salon, Small Business of the Year

Sam’s Club won Large Business of the Year. Sam’s Club, supported by the Wal-Mart Foundation, provides many opportunities to improve our community, as well as supporting people in our community. Numerous community organizations have held fundraising cookouts outside of Sam’s. In addition, Sam’s staff members volunteer on a wide variety of projects in our community. The Citizen of the

Governor Lynch congratulates Tom Cavanaugh, Citizen of the Year

Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Year award went to Tom Cavanaugh because of his positive influence in Hudson. For years, Cavanaugh has been the face of Sam’s Club in our community. He loved personally presenting awards and scholarships. After 60 years in retail, Cavanaugh is retiring this year. His positive energy made him a special

Senator Sharon Carson and State Rep Lynne Ober present proclaimations to Steve Flaherty for Large Business of the Year, Sam’s Club

person. He volunteered with the Hudson Chamber from 2000 through 2007, where he worked diligently for the entire Hudson business community. He was an excellent choice for the Citizen of the Year award.

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