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Hudson - Litchfield News

10 - May 7, 2010

Zachary Tompkins Memorial Softball Tournament

On Saturday, May 1, the Hudson Men’s Softball League participated in a One Pitch Tournament, raising $1,200, which was then donated to the Zachary Tompkins Memorial Fund. Seven teams from the league participated, and as a last-minute replacement, the Hudson-Litchfield Bears’ parents put a team in the tournament to complete the field of eight teams. The day went off without a hitch, with outstanding weather and excellent play and fun by all the teams. In the end, the two teams that prevailed and went onto the championship

game were Sousa Realty and Hershey’s Ice Cream. After a very exciting championship game, Hershey’s came out on top as the Zachary Tompkins Memorial Softball Tournament Champs. Mike Tompkins, Zach’s dad, presented the winning trophy to Team Hershey’s. In a classy act, the Hershey’s team in turn presented the trophy back to Mike for his keepsake. A special thanks goes to the umpires that

volunteered their time, Hudson Trophy for their donation of the trophy, and the Hudson- Litchfield Bears for providing the concession throughout the day.

Jimmy Udice put the tag on Patrick Bailey between second and third

Everybody helped run the concession stand, including Zach’s brother, Nick

Richie Metivier swings away, as Dick Johnston, catcher, looks on

WATER MAINS FLUSHED

As part of an ongoing maintenance program, Pennichuck Water will be conducting evening water main and hydrant flushing on Sunday,

May 9th, 2010 through Friday, May 14th, 2010 between the

hours of 10:30pm and 6am, The following areas will be affected:

•Hudson

•Nashua (East of Concord Street and North of Canal Street) •Nashua (North of the Nashua River and West of Concord Street to the F.E. Everett Turnpike)

This program involves opening flushing valves to create increased water flows which dislodge and clean out naturally occurring sedi- mentation in the pipelines. It may cause minor flooding of streets and slight discoloration of water and/or a short period of low pres-

sure. Please avoid washing clothes during the dates and times above.

Flushing is done to maintain water quality throughout the distribu- tion system. The Company reassures customers the water is safe to drink and any discoloration should clear up after the water is run a few minutes.

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Te trophy went to Team Hershey, who, in turn, presented it back to the Tompkins Family as a keepsake

Fire Extinguishing System Discharges

On Sunday, May 2, at approximately 12:18 p.m., Hudson Fire Department was dispatched to the

7-Eleven store and gas station at 230 Central Street. Upon arrival, emergency responders found that the fire suppression system for the gas pumps had deployed unexpectedly, coating vehicles and some of the customers in the white, powdery chemical. The pumps remained closed until the suppression system was re-charged.

Dr. William Gagnon & Dr. Slava Abdelrehim are pleased to announce that Dr. Christine Lonegan has joined our office at Hudson Dental Associates. Dr. Lonegan is accepting new patients. Please call us at (603)889-8499 to schedule an appointment.

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