Hudson - Litchfield News | November 18, 2011 - 15 Dump Truck Rolls Over Real Estate
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On Tuesday morning at approximately 8:15 a dump truck owned
by Boissoneault Construction of Pelham rolled over on Kimball Hill Road in front of Hudson Mobile Estates. Andrew Marshall who heard the crash helped the driver from the truck. The truck was hauling a load of gravel that was spilled onto the ground.
Kindergarteners Plant Perennial Spring Garden
submitted by Susan Seabrook The Kindergarten students at Griffin Memorial School (GMS) have taken their first steps toward developing a lovely perennial garden at GMS. Each student brought a perennial bulb and planted it in the new Kindergarten garden. In preparation for the garden, the students studied and discussed plant growth, the nutritional needs of plants, and how the four seasons affect plants and animals. They are looking forward to seeing and examining their colorful blooms in the spring. The Kindergarten teachers are grateful for the supportive families of the community.
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Fairview and Laurel Place Host Annual Fall Fair for Santa Fund
by Doug Robinson Fairview and Laurel Place Assisted
Living Facility hosted their third annual fall fair. Residents and staff created gives conducted a straw raffle, served hot dogs, corn chowder and chili to all who attended.
Local area merchants provided theme baskets which were raffled off. Surrounding tables hosted jewelry, pumpkins, candles, crocheted mittens, stockings and Afghans.
In addition, a handmade quilt was created and residents of Fairview were invited to dip their hands in paint, and apply their hands to the quilt. Residents then wrote different sayings on their respective block. “These hands
supported each other thru 75 years of marriage” and “These hands took care of elderly parents.” Others wrote, “These hands played with children.” In addition to the wonderful creation, miniature carousal, built by Hudson’s Leo McClure played its music in the background. The hand painted and true to life carousel danced three rows of 26 horses and two chariots. The Fall Fair ended with a Pumpkin Pie contests. Staff members of Fairview created seven different pumpkin pies and one pumpkin truffle for the panel of judges to judge. The pies which were referred to as “Sweet, dark, nutty, fluffy, moosey, good crunch, great flavor, super smell, and great texture” brought smiles to the judges faces. When the voting was cast, the Pumpkin Pie winner was Nicole Dumas.
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When the voting was cast, the Pumpkin Pie winner was Nicole Dumas.
Staff photos by Doug Robinson
GMS kindergartners planting spring bulbs
Te beautiful quilt was made by a Fairview resident, complete with sayings from each pair of hands
Campbell Students Attend Ninth Annual New York Trip
by Michael Harte, Campbell Intern This past week a group of 34 Campbell students took control of New York City for the ninth year. Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Freemen are the
teachers that are in charge of this trip, which has been going on since its start in 2002. This trip came about because of Mrs. Freemen. According to Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Freemen inspired her because of “her love of the arts and wanting to provide a broader for her students prompted me to want to introduce my students to Broadway.” The trip to New York is a popular one that students at Campbell want to go on, there are some students that go multiple times. This trip has been mostly a trip for the juniors and seniors, but in the past few years there have been more underclassmen going on the trip. The chaperones that went on this year’s trip were Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. This year the group went to see two Broadway shows, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, they did see two other celebrities from another Broadway show. They saw Jerry O’Connell and Alan Rickman, who are starring in Seminar.
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According to Mrs. Burns, the most important aspect of this trip is that “my students experience a beautiful, cultural, and educational trip to the Big Apple. There are so many wonderful things in which to partake, between the historical impact of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, the myriad elements of art at the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Arts, the theatrical experiences on Broadway, and the international political arena at the UN.” She also loves the fact that many of the students that go on this trip have continued to talk about it years after.
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