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6 - November 25, 2011 | Hudson - Litchfield News Tooth Bleaching


Predictable tooth


whitening is a relatively new treatment in cosmetic dentistry. The


bleaching process


actually reverses extrinsic and intrinsic discoloration of enamel caused by aging, consumption of staining substances, fluorosis, and tetracycline.


It employs the use of a custom fitted appliance that fits over the teeth to keep a neutral peroxied solution in contact with the teeth. The process requires wearing the appliance for several hours a


day for a period of several weeks depending upon the degree of the discoloration present initially and the degree of whitening desired. Maintenance bleaching may be required periodically to keep the desired tooth shade. This treatment should only be initiated under professional care with periodic monitoring during the treatment necessary. It is ideally recommended for those who have a healthy mouth. In cases where crowns, bonding, and tooth colored restorations exist it may be necessary to replace them following completion of treatment. Now the whiter, brighter smile you have always wanted can be yours.


National Television Comes to Tokyo Joe’s


by Doug Robinson Style Network’s nationally Syndicated Television Show


Wicked Fit has selected Sensei Matt Babine’s Tokyo Joe’s Studio, Hudson, as one of their principal locations to produce and film their on-going series. Wicked Fit is a reality based television show that takes viewers inside of a tough women-only gym run by former beauty queen Katie Boyd. Katie is a Boston-based trainer who may look beautiful, but inside she is as tough as a drill sergeant,” states Style.com. Combined with Babine’s philosophy to “provide the most complete and effective methods to assist our students to reach their full potential” Katie Boyd and Sensei Matt build a dialogue which not only empowers the next generation, but also builds self esteem, confidence, and empowerment among their clients. “We are very excited about the opportunity to do this


show because it is not about being thin, it is about being healthy,” comments Katie Boyd. Sensei Matt states that he is very “excited to be a part of


this show. The show is televised as far away as Australia. I am very thankful for my staff for all their support which has allowed me to continue this venture.”


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Sensei Matt instructs Katie Boyd to the finer techniques of his fighting style


Alvirne High School Participates in CU4 Reality Financial Fair


Student Ryan DiCicco met with Granite State Financial Counselor, Julie Brodeur to review his choices during his CU4 Reality Financial Fair.


by Doug Robinson Alvirne High School ninth grade students


participated in a CU4 Reality™ Financial Education Fair. The CU4 Reality curriculum creates a fun and interactive learning environment where students can practice specific financial management skills and learn early- on the consequences of getting in over their heads when it comes to financial matters. Prior to the fair, students will have researched and selected a career. More than 330 students will complete a monthly spending plan as they visit employers representing various categories of expenses they can expect to incur. Granite State Credit Union


and Triangle Credit Union are funded the $5,000 cost for the


fair. More than 25 employee volunteers helped


out the day of the fair. In addition, employees from Comcast, AT&T, NH Animal Rescue League, NHHLC (New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation. The fair was sponsored and managed by Granite State Credit Union and Triangle Credit Union. As students visited the various


vendors stationed around the room, students made decisions about how much to allocate for items such as food, clothing, housing, transportation, insurance, savings, investments, entertainment and credit. Students will also be presented with spending temptations and have to make choices based on their own values, goals and resources.


Freshman Jameson Bloom reacts his “spin on the Wheel of Life.” Students were required to spin the wheel which offered the students the opportunity to earn unexpected money, or have an unexpected bill hit them. Jameson landed on $40 bounced check. He was required to refigure his budget to include that debt.


JROTC ‘Own’ Program and ‘Exceeds Standards’


submitted by Colonel Kevin Grady Every three years, the Headquarters


for Air Force Junior ROTC sends a representative to inspect their Junior ROTC Programs out in the field. On Thursday, November 10, it was Alvirne High School’s turn to show off their impressive Program. The day began with Cadet Group Commander Kayla McWalter presenting a Mission Briefing on the Alvirne JROTC Program’s activities, goals, and successes. The inspector, retired Air Force Colonel Wade


Williford, told her that it was one of the best briefings he’s heard from a high school cadet. Several Alvirne cadets then showed


Williford their mastery of the new computer program that JROTC uses to keep track of uniform items, computer equipment, individual cadet data, and community service event hours. The highlight of this portion of the inspection was the cadets taking Williford to compare individual uniform items with their master list. The Air Force also requires that


second year cadets memorize a 30-step drill routine and put on a demonstration for the inspector. Alvirne sophomore Carolyn Deneault flawlessly led her class through this routine with what Williford described as the best command presence he’s seen this year. The seniors joined Williford for


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lunch in Checkers Restaurant at Alvirne to discuss their career plans after graduation. The inspection concluded with a Retreat Ceremony with the entire cadet group. At the ceremony, Williford presented Superior Performer Awards to junior Brandon Dumais and sophomore Carolyn Deneault for their leadership in the Program. At the end of the day, Williford


gave his findings to Alvirne Principal Bryan Lane, Director of Guidance Bill Hughen and Dean of Academics Susan Bureau. The unit received an “Exceeds Standards” rating which is the highest rating possible. Particularly noteworthy to Williford was how much


During the JROTC inspection,


Colonel Williford presented Superior


Performance Awards to two Alvirne cadets. In the photo from left, Colonel Kevin


Grady, the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor, Brandon


Dumais, Colonel Williford, and Carolyn Deneault.


the cadets “owned” their Program, running every aspect of it with strong cadet leadership from freshmen to seniors. Every item in the Cadet Programs section of the inspection


exceeded standards, which Williford said was very rare, even in the best Programs. The Alvirne community can be justifiably proud of their Junior ROTC Program.


CHS Key Club Inducts Members


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submitted by Campbell High School On Monday, November 21, the Campbell High School Key Club inducted 48 new and returning members for the 2011-2012 academic year in an informal ceremony in the school’s library. Principal Robert Manseau addressed the members and praised them for serving as one of the largest and most active organizations at the high school. Manseau said he was “tickled-pink” by the enthusiasm and dedication of the Key Club in the recent months. Assistant Principal Laurie Rothhaus echoed Manseau’s remarks and shared her own excitement in watching the club continue to grow and serve the Litchfield community. Since the start of the school year, the club has participated in six events in October alone and most recently honored “World Prematurity Day,” but volunteering at the March of Dimes Signature Chef Auction in Manchester and hosting a Prematurity Awareness table during Parent-Teacher conferences on November 17. Club officers, led by President Andrew Picard, honored new members by presenting them with a certificate of appreciation, official Key Club International pins (which will later be worn during graduation) and their official Key Club membership cards and handbooks. Following the official presentation, members enjoyed a delicious cake and spent time socializing and brainstorming new ideas for the


Key Club Treasurer Jessica McNeill, Vice President Kristen Frost, President Andrew Picard enjoying cake with fellow Key Club Members


coming months. The Key Club shows no sign of slowing down in the coming months as the holidays fast approach. In December, members will attend the annual KPTI open house at the Children’s Hospital in Boston, organize the annual school giving tree to support Litchfield families in need, preside over the “Cards for Soldier’s” program and begin selling the “Key Club Card,” a discount-rewards card that offers discounts at over 9,000 area locations. Cards will be sold for $20 each for a year-long membership and proceeds will go toward defraying the cost of attending the annual District Key Club Conference in April. If you are interested in purchasing a card, contact club


advisors Ms. Liana Wilbur and Mr. Michael Boutselis at mboutselis@litchfieldsd.org.


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