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Hudson - Litchfield News 4 - October 29, 2010


Area Boy Scouts Gather Food submitted by Ben Dibble


In southern New Hampshire, local food pantries feel the economic strain as they receive more calls and visitors each month. The area Cub Scout Packs and Boy Scout Troops are helping again this year to meet that need. On Saturday, November 6, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, and Explorers will hit the streets to deliver tens of thousands of door hangers to residences across the Nashua area. One week later, on Saturday,


November 13, Scouts will retrieve the bags filled with non-perishable goods for distribution to local pantries. “We seem to have touched upon a formula that makes it easy for people to give, and the residents of


our communities have always been generous,” said Jack Gaylord, District Director of Arrowhead District of the Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America. “Our Scouts are proud to be able to help our local citizens.” “This time of year, pantries often see their lowest food reserves, yet an increase in need,” said Gaylord. “One of many Scout service projects, Scouting for Food brings youth an awareness of their communities’ needs, but also demonstrates the astounding support our neighbors provide one another. Some pantries tell us this single food drive keeps their shelves stocked for over four months. To think that one-third of the food helping local families comes through the hands of


Gina Salvalzo Named Coach of the Year


Gina Salvalzo was chosen as the Division 10 Coach of the Year by the New Hampshire Youth Football and Spirit Conference at the State Cheerleading Competition held at the University of New Hampshire-Durham on Sunday, October 24. Gina is an Assistant Coach for the Hudson-Litchfield Bears Division 10 Large Cheerleading Squad, who has been coaching the Division 10 team for the last two years. The Coach of the Year is selected by the NHYFC based upon nominations received by Coaching Staff and cheerleaders participating in the competition. Gina’s commitment to the Organization and the kids exemplifies her worthiness of this award.


Scouts is a remarkable testament to Scouting’s importance.” The perfect bag: With so many varieties of canned foods in today’s supermarkets, choosing what to donate can be a difficult decision.


Dieticians suggest the following items to be good contributions in the “perfect” Scouting for Food bag: • 2 cans hearty soup, stew, or chili • 1 can of fruit and 1 can of 100% fruit juice


• 2 cans of tuna, chicken, or salmon • 1 can of vegetables • 1 can of tomato or pasta sauce • 1 canned meal • 1 can of beans • 1 box of pasta


The Scouts want to remind those donating to put their bags out Friday night, or before 8 a.m. on Saturday, November 13. The little Cub Scouts get really excited when they see a bag of food on the porch or front steps of a house. If you can make sure the bags are out, we’ll do our part to get them to those that need them. For more information, visit the


Website of the Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America, at www.nhscouting.org. About Boy Scouts of America: Boy Scouts of America has dedicated the last century to providing youth with an opportunity to find their place in the outdoors, community, nation, church and school. Adult leaders strive to


develop leadership, moral strength, and mental awareness in every youth of our program. Cub Scout Packs work with boys in first grade through fifth grade. Boy Scout Troops are built around the youth leadership of boys 11 to 17 years old. Venture Crews offer a unique youth leadership environment for young men and women from 14 to 20 years old. Exploring Posts are groups for young men and women ages 14-20 focusing on specific career interests. Contact Jack Gaylord at jgaylord@bsamail.org for more information on joining Boy Scouts.


PMA Participates in Annual Make A Difference Day


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Front row: Elisha Wilson, Jenna Breault, Alexis Frost, Meghan Glisson, Stephanie Lambert. Back row: Ulyana Kotava, Jacqueline Bethea, Mary-Grace Handy, Tina Ta, Melyssa Demers


submitted by Presentation of Mary Academy, Hudson Presentation of Mary Academy (PMA) students


One Industrial Drive (Rt. 111, Hudson, NH 603-882-3400


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worked together last week to help make a difference in our community by donating and collecting food and household items for those in need. The “Make A Difference Day” food and household item drive has become an annual event at PMA, and this year was


no exception. Volunteer students from our junior high classes assisted in gathering all the items from the classrooms and sorting the over 800 items that were donated by PMA families and Faculty members. The Make a Difference Day is one of the most encompassing national days of people helping others in their community and celebrating neighbors helping neighbors.


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