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Hudson - Litchfield News 2 - May 13, 2011


Nottingham West Lions Club Hosts Final Semi-Annual Psychic Fair


Alvirne High School’s Technical Honor Society Donates Wii System for Seniors


Tarot reader Carol Carpenter reads tarot cards for two customers who wish to know “what’s in the cards” for them


by Doug Robinson Nottingham West Lions Club hosted their final semi-annual psychic fair at the Community Center on Saturday, May 7, in efforts to provide much- needed funds to support ongoing activities. Those who attended participated in psychic readings, intuitive counseling, mediumship, energy reading, spirit, and tarot cards, as well as learned about hypnosis, past life regression, and photo readings. On July 1, Nottingham West will be combining


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their membership roles with the Hudson Lions Club due to falling membership, according to Nottingham West Lions Club President Charlene Provencal. Ida Tallant, Hudson Lions Club President, stated, “We are we happy to have them join. We intend to keep doing the psychic fair fundraising event, Santa’s Visit, as well as their annual yard sale.”


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submitted by Alvirne High School Pat Nager, Alvirne High School Pre-Engineering Senior, and Stephanie Stone, Alvirne High School Health Science Senior, present a Wii System to Rena Selfridge, Resident Council President, Fairview Nursing Home, Hudson. Students raised funds through a bake sale and movie night to give residents this fun form of exercise.


Campbell High School’s Rebekah Gibson Takes Top Honors in Poetry Competition


Michael Boutselis and freshman student Rebekah Gibson take a minute to celebrate Rebecca’s award by Doug Robinson


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NEW! Rebekah Gibson, a freshman at Campbell High


School, has won the New Hampshire Poetry Society’s Poetry Month Contest for her original poem. “The Poetry Society of New Hampshire is pleased to announce that Rebekah Gibson of Litchfield, NH, was a winner in the recent PSNH


Annual Student Poetry Contest, High School Division.” Winning poets receive a certificate and a $10 check, and winning poems are published in The Poet’s Touchstone, a quarterly journal of the PSNH. The Poetry Society of New Hampshire is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the promotion of poetry.


Hudson Police Department Declares War on Drinking and Driving


by Doug Robinson The Hudson Police Department (HPD) has either received or has received permission to


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apply for NH state grants totaling $29,943 for the specific purpose of addressing those who choose to drink and drive or those who choose to purchase alcohol illegally. If you drink alcohol, do not get behind the wheel and drive in Hudson. “Hunter Patrols” will be looking for you. Two “Sobriety Checkpoints” will be established during the next five months to keep Hudson’s roads safe. If you are underage and choose


to purchase alcohol, do not attempt to purchase booze in Hudson. HPD has been awarded the $13,318 grant from the State of New Hampshire Department of Justice, “Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws.” In addition, HPD has been awarded a $5,625 grant specifically designed to put on the streets of Hudson more cops to combat the problem of DUIs/ DWIs, with the goal of more patrols, more arrests, and a safer community.


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been granted or has received permission to apply for an additional $15,000 in grants from the State of NH to combat those who drive Hudson streets in excess of the posted speed limit and drive through red lights, as well as fund safety car seat inspections to ensure that children are strapped and protected correctly.


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