Hudson - Litchfield News 14 - June 17, 2011
Hometown Accolades Cassandra M. Cassandra Schultz
Shultz has graduated with honors earning her bachelors degree in Nursing from the University of Southern Maine, College of Nursing and Health Professionals. Cassandra is a graduate of Campbell High School and is the
daughter of Veronica Chamberland of Litchfield and Edward Shultz of Pelham. She is employed by the Visiting Nurses Association of New Hampshire.
Hudson resident Laura Gould, a Northeastern student majoring in English, was recently named a Presidential Global Scholar, an honor awarded to a select group of Northeastern students who demonstrated excellence in academic achievement and leadership in the pursuit of global co-op experience. Gould has been living
in Turkey during the spring semester while on co- op working with Bahcesehir University. Academy of Notre Dame High School has named the following Hudson residents to the Honor Roll for the second term: Amanda Creedon (Principal’s List Honors) and Sarah Glasheen (Second Honors). Sharon McCarthy of Hudson has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth. She is majoring in Nursing.
Hudson resident Akshat Goyal, who is majoring
in Mechanical Engineering at Northeastern University has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester. Caroline R. Brotzki of Hudson, a student at Binghamton University, State University of New York, was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma, the nation’s oldest and largest honor society for first-year students.
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Lebourdais, and Nathaniel M. Spaulding were named to the Dean’s List at Boston University for the fall semester. Lauren Chesnulevich has been named to the President’s List at Daniel Webster College. She is a junior majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Marketing and is the daughter of Alan and Susan Chesnulevich of Hudson. Fairfield University has announced that Chloe Ainley of Hudson (School of Nursing) and Danielle Anctil of Litchfield (College of Arts and Sciences) were named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester. Army National Guard First Lieutenant Nicolas A. Phillips has returned to Joint Base Dix- McGuire-Lakehurst, NJ, after deployment to Iraq. A military police officer with six years of military service, the Lieutenant is regularly assigned to the 136th Transportation Company based out of Bangor, ME. He is the son of Chris E. and Darla E. Phillips of Millersville, MD. His wife Jenny is the daughter of Micheal and Cindy Couture of Litchfield. Courtney Brown, daughter
of Thomas and Nancy Brown of Hudson, was named to the Dean’s List at Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications for the fall semester.
Ben Dizoglio of Hudson
had yet another outstanding academic semester at Plymouth State University. Since his freshmen year, Ben has continued to make the President’s List. Last year Ben was President of his debate team, and elected to Who’s Who among Students in American University & Colleges for his outstanding merit and accomplishments. He is a member of the English Honor Society, and a lifetime member of Phi Kappa Phi. This year Ben has been working as a community advisor at the college apartments, and has excelled in showing his leadership strengths. Congratulations, Ben, on all of your outstanding accomplishments. Keene State College’s 11th annual Academic Excellence Conference took place in April. This student professional conference is designed to showcase the academic work of Keene State students and the collaborative work between students and faculty. It allows students to share excellent work with a broad audience, and prepares them for submitting proposals to professional conferences. Among the participants was Andrea Blanchard of Hudson, presenting on Remembering the Franco-American Past/ Celebrating the Franco-American Present. Richard McLaughlin of Hudson, an Accounting major at Bryant University, was recently inducted into the university’s chapter of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor society. Matthew LaVigueur, a political science and international relations major at the University of Rochester, has bee named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester. LaVigueur, a resident of Hudson, is the son of Carol LaVigueur and a graduate of Alvirne High School. Army Private Christopher M. Rhodes has
graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. He is the son of Lisa Rhodes of Litchfield and a 2010 graduate of Campbell High School.
Air Force Airman Michael Munson
Michael K. Munson graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX. He is the son of Matthew Munson of Hudson, and a 2008 graduate of Alvirne High School, Hudson. Sara Auclair, a history major, has received the
ASG Gold key Award at the University of Akron’s annual Legacy, Integrity, Fellowship and Excellence (LIFE) Awards ceremony. LIFE Awards are presented to exceptional students to honor the leadership, achievement, excellence end support of the organizations and activities of UA students. Danielle Shepard, daughter of Kristopher and
Lynn Shepard of Litchfield, has been informed that she is a recipient of a Hartnett Fund summer research grant from Saint Michael’s College. Shepard will be engage in carrying out the proposal, “Interspecies Comparison of Neuronal Physiological Properties in the Leech Heartbeat System.” Shepard, a senior biochemistry major, is a graduate of A Beka Academy. Daniel Earl, son of Dale and Denise Earl of Hudson, has been inducted into the Engineering Honor Society of Messiah College in Grantham, PA. Daniel is a sophomore whose qualification for membership was based on commitment to academic excellence, honesty, integrity, and respect. He is a 2009 graduate of Nashua Christian Academy.
Bianca Bellot of Hudson was one of more than 100 Suffolk University students who dedicated their spring break to helping others. Bellot helped Habitat for Humanity build homes in Wichita Falls, TX. Suffolk University’s Alternative Spring Break program sent eight teams of students to work sites across the country.
Air Force Airman
Evan M. Watson graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX. Watson is the son of Carla Watson of Hudson, and grandson of Marilyn Lanich of Piqua, OH.
Evan Watson Army Reserve
Private Donald L. Cormier has
graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, MO. He is the son of Janet L. Matter of Hudson and Donald L. Cormier of Derry. Congratulations to Tamlyn M. Horne of Hudson for making the fall and spring Semester Dean’s List for the University of South Carolina. Tamlyn has also been elected President of the University of South Carolina chapter of Sigma Alpha Lambda, National Honors Society and serves as a Senator for the Student Government for the University. Jacy Pack of Hudson and an Accountancy
major, was named to the President’s List for the fall semester at Bentley University.
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Make Dad Happy with Less Traditional Father’s Day Fare
Getting ready to gift Dad for Father’s Day? To those heading to the menswear department of their local cloth- ing stores, do not even think about veering toward the tie display. Doesn’t Dad deserve something a little more than a necktie? Father’s Day celebrates the scores of fathers who get up early every morning and head to work to provide for their families. It also honors the men who devote their free time to coach baseball practices, lead scouting troops, run be- hind a bicycle while a child is learning to ride, and so many other fatherly tasks. Every year kids (and their moms) fret
over what to purchase for the special man of the house. Maybe Dad has a hobby or interest that makes gifting easy. Too often, however, figuring out a Father’s Day present can be a challenge. Although neckties top the list of go-to
gifts, chances are Dad wouldn’t be upset if he didn’t unwrap one this year. Instead, think about these less-cliche gifts. * “Of the month” club: Enroll Dad in one of those series subscriptions that sends him a new item to try every month. From fruit to books, there are many op- portunities to find something he’ll enjoy. Plus, this shows Dad he’s special more than one day during the year. * Food basket: If the “way to a man’s heart is through his stomach,” a gift bas- ket filled with his favorite treats will be a winner. Look for specialty items that he enjoys but seldom buys.
* Sports game: Buy
tickets to attend a game when Dad’s favorite sports team will be play- ing nearby. Wrap the tickets with some team memorabilia, like a new hat or T-shirt.
for two: Although Father’s Day is to celebrate the special bond Dad has with his children, a father who often sacrifices his time to be with the kids may not have many private mo- ments with the other special
person in his life. Arrange dinner reservations for two, so parents can go out and enjoy a little adult time. * Fish aquarium: Tending to and watching fish can be a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. Purchase Dad a new fish tank and accessories and make a date to go together to pick out fish to fill it.
* Something to make chores easier: Think about the
chores that Dad does but may not enjoy. Arrange for an easier way to get those chores done. For the father who doesn’t relish mowing and tending to the lawn, reserve a lawn-care service for a month or two to ease Dad’s work- load. * Automotive accessories: Oftentimes, a car or truck is viewed as an extension of its owner. Dad may adore his ride and items that will help him wash, wax and buff it into a pristine vision will no doubt be appreciated. There are many Father’s Day gifts to purchase or arrange that go beyond the stereotypical gifts bestowed year after year. Kids can make this celebration even better with gifts that really show they care.
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