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Hudson - Litchfield News October 1, 2010 - 11


Enterprise Bank Renovations Begin 203 Lowell Rd,Hudson NH,03051• 603-882-5261


Rehabilitation Services • Medicare and Medicaid Certified Construction work has started at Enterprise Bank on Lowell Road in Hudson. The bank is slated to open in January 2011. Food Banks Receive Donations


Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech Therapy


•Rehab services offered up to six days a week •Inquire about our Restorative Program •Cooking Therapy Groups


Our rehab team, together with our clinical team, will create a treatment plan with attainable goals for the best recovery possible.


“I was a resident of Fairview for rehabilitation services. The care was excellent and I had a quick recovery. The food and activities were great.” - Bertha Scyoc


“My time spent in rehabilitation at Fairview Healthcare was a wonderful experience in all aspects. The quality care, the attitude and efficiency of the staff, and the overall atmosphere was outstanding, all contributing to my quick recovery and release.” - Shirley Herd


Contact our office for a tour of our facility!


Conveniently located, just off Route 3 in Hudson NH. We are within easy reach of shopping and banking. Family and friends are all close by.


submitted by Bob Beaucher The Bulkheads and Project Mess bands raised over $1,200 from the fundraiser on September 11 at King’s Court in Hudson. Bob Beaucher of the Bulkheads Band presented Corpus Christi Food Bank and St. Vincent de Paul Society each a check for $607.50. A very special thanks to Bob’s Pizza, King’s Court, Bellavance Beverage, and Alphagraphics for their generous contributions. Also, special thanks go to Dave Dilavou for the posters and his contributions for the raffles; to LuAnn Beaucher


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for working the raffles and making up the raffle baskets; to Tracy for helping at the door; to our roadie Shawn for helping with all the equipment and Lighthouse Productions for providing professional sound and lighting; to Sue Sullivan for making it all possible; and to everyone who came out and were part of this great cause to help those in need in our community.


Hudson Lions Club Ron Boisvert Scholarship Recipient


submitted by Roger LaTulippe, Scholarship Chair, Hudson Lions Club The third annual Ron Boisvert $1,000 scholarship was


awarded to Nathan McNiss, who is pursuing a RN degree at Nashua Community College. Lion Ronald Boisvert was an active member of the Hudson Lions Club since 1983 until he succumbed to cancer at age 68 in 2006. Although quiet in demeanor and a man of few words,


he went about volunteering behind the scenes. He gave countless hours to the Lions Projects. He initiated the Hudson Lions participation in the annual “Make a Difference Day,” for which he received an International President’s certificate of appreciation. The scholarship is named for Ron and is given annually in August to a Hudson resident who is in their second year or beyond in pursuing a degree in the medical field.


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William Gagnon, DMD Slava Abdelrehim, DDS Christine Lonegan, DMD


Exceptional Dental Care For The Entire Family HUDSON DENTAL ASSOCIATES, PA


Come Meet Our Team of Caring, Dedicated Professionals Guaranteed To Make You Smile!


Our mission is to provide comprehensive, state-of-the-art dental care to our patients in a comfortable atmosphere for a reasonable fee. We stress preventive dental care to help maintain your teeth for a lifetime.


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Serving Hudson for over 30 Years!


603-889-8499


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Hudson Lions Club President Ida Tallant, Nathan McNiss, and Roger LaTulippe, Scholarship Chair Expires 10/30/10


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Race for the Racks a breast cancer walk Campbell High School,


October 2, 2010 Step off at 10am


The first 50 people get a free t-shirt


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A CHS Senior Project by Shawna Trunca & Alyssa Paquin - Info email


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Finish Line food from Panera Bread


per person, or $10 per family.


All donations will go to the Avon Foundation for breast cancer.


and Haley’s Pizza The walk is $5


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