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2 - November 4, 2011 | Hudson - Litchfield News Red Ribbon Week at Campbell High School


submitted by Campbell High School Following on the coat tails of a very successful Homecoming


Accolades


Brooke Prochniak, a Business Administration student from Hudson, has been admitted to Bryant University as a member of the class of 2015.


St. Lawrence University welcomes Griffin W.E. Woolley of Hudson as a member of the class of 2015. Woolley graduated from The Derryfield School in Manchester. Coast Guard Seaman Tyler G. MacDonald, son of Jacqui A. MacDonald of Hudson and Scott J. MacDonald of Hudson, recently graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Recruit Training Center in Cape May, NJ. MacDonald is a 2011 graduate of Alvirne High School. The following Hudson residents graduated from Franklin Pierce


University-Rindge on June 30: Christina Terruso, Bachelor of Science in General Studies, and Samantha Cooper, Bachelor of Science in Sports & Recreation Management.


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Week, Campbell High School hosted its second annual Red Ribbon Week celebrations last week. A national celebration held in honor of fallen DEA Special Agent Enriqué “Kiki” Camarena, Red Ribbon Week aims to recognize drug prevention and awareness programs and honor the sacrifice of DEA agents around the world. For Campbell’s part, members of SADD (Student’s Against Destructive Decisions) held a variety of educational and community oriented events. The celebration actually kicked off near the end of September, when students were given the opportunity to enter in the “Red Ribbon Week T-shirt Design Contest,” but submitting designs for shirts donated to the CHS faculty to wear during the week. Next, students could enter the “Above the Influence Poster Competition,” by submitting artistic designs for a poster to be submitted to “Above the Influence,” a teen-based drug prevention program, in hopes that it will be


used in their national campaigns. When the week finally kicked off, SADD hosted Campbell’s annual Homecoming Bonfire, featuring a BBQ sponsored by the Sophomore Class and plenty of fun for the two-hundred plus students in attendance. Next up was the first ever “Cougar Car Decorating Contest,” hosted during the Homecoming Football game on Saturday. As the week continued, students participated in a


variety of educational events including a presentation from guest speaker Eileen Guilfoy of NH MADD, who lost her own son in a drunk-driving accident in 2003. Overall, the week was a success in educating the Litchfield community about the dangers of drug and alcohol use and encouraging positive alternative activities, such as the SADD movie night, held on Thursday.


Campbell has become particularly proud of it’s unique designs for their Red Ribbon Week fly- over photo, sponsored by ‘Beyond the Influence,” and the New Hampshire National Guard. While many schools and organizations participate in this annual activity, Campbell prides itself on their unique vision. For more information on SADD or the New Hampshire “Safe Homes” program, please contact SADD advisor Michael Boutselis at mboutselis@ litchfieldsd.org. CHS would like to thank the many community members and local businesses that participated in this years events: Seth Miller, Marcia and Ken Therrien, Andy McLavey, Chris Lepine, Haley’s Pizzeria, Rocco’s Pizza, Embroidery


Creations of Londonderry, O’Neil Cinema 12 of Londonderry, Wrap Shak of Londonderry, Jim Rea and the Litchfield Fire Department, Officer Mike Corl and the Litchfield Police Department, Beyond the Influence, Sgt. Rick Frost and the New Hampshire National Guard, and the faculty and students at CHS.


Portable Generator Safety Tips


submitted by Hudson Fire Department Portable generators should be placed 10 feet from any structure, with the exhaust facing away from the building openings. Deadly exhaust fumes can enter the building through any opening resulting in severe injury or death to unsuspecting occupants. • Never place portable generators on or near combustible surfaces such as decks, porches, or tool sheds. Heat generated by the motor, or improper refueling methods can start a fire.


• Never run portable generators inside any building, including basement areas and garages. Deadly levels of carbon monoxide can build up in minutes injuring occupants with little to no warning.


• Allow plenty of time to cool the generator before refueling. Gasoline vapors can easily ignite from hot surfaces causing a flash fire and severe injuries.


• Always store approved gasoline containers a safe distance from generators while in use. Always store gasoline in an approved


container placed in a well ventilated storage area. Never store gasoline products in basements or enclosed areas of your dwelling.


• Never modify or construct any power cord so a generator can be connected to a receptacle, dryer or range outlet.


• Never connect a generator directly to panel board without a means to prevent inadvertent connection to the normal supply system wiring. Connecting a generator directly to an electrical outlet or to a panel board without a transfer switch or an interlocking device could result in a situation where power from the generator could energize the utility’s wiring (back feeds into the utility system). Electrical power from a generator back fed through your meter into the utility system can cause fires, serious injury or death to utility workers trying to repair the lines in the street, or electricians working on nearby property’s electrical systems.


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