Hudson - Litchfield News | December 9, 2011 - 7 HPD: Tradition of Giving and Care-Toys for Tots Boxes have been decorated and will be placed at the following locations for those who wish, to
drop an unwrapped toy into the box: All Hudson elementary schools, Hudson Town Hall, Hudson Bridge Express (Gulf Station), Sousa Realty, as well as the Hudson Police Department.
by Doug Robinson The Hudson Police Department is once again gearing up for their annual participation with the Salvation Army’s Toys for Tots program. Boxes have been decorated and will be placed at
the following locations for those who wish, to drop an unwrapped toy into the box: all Hudson elementary schools, Hudson Town Hall, Hudson Bridge Express (Gulf Station), Sousa Realty, and the Hudson Police Department. An addition box will also be placed at Annandale on the River Model Home on James Way in Litchfield. To supplement their drive, Hudson Police Officers will hold their annual drive at Wal-Mart on December 17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. All toys collected will be donated to children in New Hampshire. “Times are tough on all of us, the economy is struggling, the jobless rate is climbing and there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel. You
could be a shining ray of light this Holiday Season to a needy child here in New Hampshire. Your gift donation could be the one and only gift a child gets this year. Make that child’s face light up as they open that give on Christmas morning,” writes Hudson Police Officer Jim Stys.
First Baptist’s C.O.O.L. Kids Perform The Winter Wardrobe
by Doug Robinson Hudson’s First Baptist Churches, C.O.O.L. (Children of our Lord) dance team, danced, entertained, and put on a multi-media performance of The Winter Wardrobe. The ballet was danced to the music from The
Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe soundtrack. The cast consisted of 15 youth dancers. C.O.O.L. Kids Dance Team started meeting in 2006, and since then have performed at special church services and community events. The Winter Wardrobe represented their third production.
Te cast of Te Winter Wardrobe Happy Feet Dancers Perform for Charity
submitted by Erica O’Donaghue, Happy Feet Dance School On Saturday, December 3, students of Happy
Feet Dance School, LLC performed a holiday show at the Adams Memorial Opera House in Derry. All proceeds were donated to the Shepherd’s Pantry, Inc of Windham. Countless amounts of canned goods and cash donations were generously donated by all who attended. Students from the school’s performance company, Fancy Feet Performance Company, danced to music from the Polar Express and many other holiday favorites. It was a great time to be had by all who attended!
America’s pet - continued from front page
space offers their customers hundreds of leash selections from which to choose. Squeaky toys, cat and dog houses, cat scratching stands, and rope toys line the walls of America’s Pets. Vitamins, natural
supplements, oils, all natural kitty litter, herbal flea and tick treatments, and crates provide America’s Pet customers with selections which compete with the big box stores. “We offer specialized, personalized service,” commented Lill. “We personally know almost all of our customers and we personally become involved with the pet owners. We believe that for us to be successful, we need to partner with pet owners too.”
America’s Pets is located at 142 Lowell Road, Hudson and may be reached at 881-9247. In addition, America’s Pets can be found on Facebook.
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Staff photo by Doug Robinson
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