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Pelham - Windham News 8 - August 19, 2011


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Camp Director E.J. Martin, left, gives instruction to Jacob Lyles, 9, center, and Olivia Grant, 8, right.


by Jay Hobson Lyons Memorial Park is the home of a rain delayed skateboard camp for youths ranging in age from 8 to 16 this week. But not to worry, the camp will continue into Monday and Tuesday of next week to make up for the two days lost to rainy, soggy conditions. Wednesday was perfect. Under a cloudless sky and perfect


temperatures, children atop their skateboards and some on scooters navigated the pitched slopes and curled tubes that brings them excitement and thrills. E.J. Martin of the Pelham Parks and Recreation Department runs the weeklong camp. “We were here last year and had about 13 kids, today there’s only six but that could be because of the weather we’ve had the last couple of days,” Martin said. Olivia Grant, 8, dressed in a black T-shirt, orange skirt and


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black Tony Hawk helmet attended last year’s camp and returned this year to practice her skills. “I also snowboard and have been snowboarding since I was four. It (snowboarding) helps with my balance on the skateboard,” Olivia said. Bobby Pantano, 15, and his friend Ben Bursell, 15, both of


Windham, navigate the dips and slopes on scooters. “Skateboarding is harder to get into, but scooters are harder to get good at,” Pantano


Eight year old Olivia Grant shows form and grace on the ramps. Camp Director and instructor E.J. Martin shows how it’s done on the tube. Skateboarders Roll and Rule at Lyons Memorial Park


Ben Bursell, 15, is airborne on his scooter.


The kids are in constant motion sliding down and then up ramps and crossing over and pausing atop ridges while twirling their boards and heading in an opposite direction. Sometimes a board will zig when the rider wanted to zag and the board will roll riderless as the former rider chases it down. “The whole idea is trying to get good at something, sometimes well, oops,” Bursell said.


Kids Counts Again Recognizes New Hampshire as the Best Place to Raise a Child


For the fourth year in a row, the Annie E. Casey


Foundation’s Kids Count survey has named New Hampshire the best state to raise a child.


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“I am proud that New Hampshire has once again been recognized as the best state in the nation to raise a child,” Governor Lynch said. “This ranking matters because it means more New Hampshire children are healthy and receiving the good start they need to succeed than anywhere else in the nation,” Governor Lynch said. “It also matters because it helps attract new residents and new businesses to invest here in New Hampshire - which will our families succeed well into the future.”


“To stay number one, we must keep working to help parents earn better jobs; keep investing in children’s health care; and continue to help ensure more of our young people stay in school,” Governor Lynch said. New Hampshire ranked first in four out of the 10 indicators used by Kids Count (no other state ranked first in more than one) and was in the top 10 in all categories. New Hampshire had the lowest number of children


living in poverty; lowest teen birth rate; lowest percentage of teens not in school and not high school graduates; and lowest percent of teens not attending schools and not working. The Anne E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count Report will be available on the Foundation’s Website, www.aecf.org.


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