Hudson - Litchfield News 6 - May 6, 2011
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Hudson’s new fire tanker truck is a 2010 Pierce tanker on a freight line chassis, and features a 2,500-gallon tank, 1,500-gallon-per-minute pump,
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Porter hydraulic tank lift, and all-sides water dump. The tanker arrived this week at Hudson Fire Department.
It will be lettered and put into service soon. St. Francis of Assisi School Visits the State House Hudson New Tanker Truck Arrives
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8 THIN & TALL filler (self promo)Mrs. Jones’ third-grade class and Mrs. Israel’s fourth-grade class with Governor Lynch and Senator Odell
Mrs. Israel’s fourth-grade class at the Museum of NH History
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submitted by Jeanne McNeill Third- and fourth-graders at St. Francis of Assisi School in
Litchfield recently visited the New Hampshire State House! The students were lucky enough to have their picture taken with Governor Lynch and Senator Odell. The field trip was also coupled with a visit to the Museum of NH History, where the students posed inside a replica of a wigwam. It was a fun day for students to learn about New Hampshire history, as well as how their government works!
The Governor and the ‘Cafeteria Divas’
During a visit to Alvirne High School, Governor John Lynch posed for a photo with Food Service personnel—the “Cafeteria Divas.”
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