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Hudson - Litchfield News | January 27, 2012 - 11 Gatherings


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Obituary Obituaries


Sally Ann (Smith) Brownrigg Sally Ann (Smith) Brownrigg, 82, of Hudson, died


submitted by Mary Alice Boone On Saturday, January 21, Level 4, Level 5, and Level 6 gymnasts representing Spectrum Gymnastics Academy of Londonderry competed in a local qualifying meet sponsored by Gymnastics Village of Amherst. The results for gymnasts from Windham and Litchfield were as follows: Level 4: Aislinn Milner of Windham – second on bars, sixth vault, eighth on floor and seventh All-Around.


Local Gymnasts Compete in Qualifying Meet Level 5: Samantha Parzych of Litchfield - third on bars and


floor, eighth on beam and 11th All-Around; Kathryn Boone of Windham - first on bars, second on beam, fifth on floor, eighth on vault and second All-Around. Level 6: Lexi Grant of Litchfield - second on vault, third on


floor, sixth on beam, seventh on bars and fourth All-Around. Congratulations to all Spectrum gymnasts on a job well done!


Local Gymnasts Compete in Snowflake Meet


submitted by Paula Chausse A2 Gymnasts Levels 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 and Prep Op Rookie competed at the Snowflake meet in Attleboro, MA, on January 21 and 22. Following are the results of gymnasts from Hudson, Pelham and Windham. Level 3: The level 3 girls received third place for their first meet of the season! Individual highlights: Paige Demmons of Pelham was first on vault (9.35), first on bars (8.3), first on beam (8.3), first on floor (9.2), and first in the All Around with a 35.15; Samantha Fisher of Pelham was seventh in the All Around with a 31.6; Megan Lavalle of Pelham was sixth on vault (8.65), fifth on floor (8.85), and ninth in the All Around with a 31.9. Level 4: Mary Brouillette of Pelham was third on vault (8.9) and sixth in the All Around with a 28.00; Bailee Cunliffe of Pelham was seventh All Around with a 33.55; and 13th in the All Around with a 29.65. Level 5: The Level 5 girls received third place! Individual highlights: Alexa Chause of Pelham was first on vault (8.3), first on bars (8.35), second on floor (7.8), and second in the All Around with a 32.1; Madison Hoyt of Hudson was eighth in the All Around with a 30.8; Lauren Lavallee of Pelham was first on bars


January 18, 2012 at her home surrounded by her loving family. Sally was born on June 12, 1929, in Brookline, MA, daughter of the late Arthur F. and Barbara (Cavanaugh) Smith, and was the loving wife of the late Randall S. Brownrigg, Sr. (2002). Sally loved going to Alton Bay and Little Marks Island in New Hampshire and Rockport, MA. Sally worked at the Belmont Public Library for more than


10 years. She was a kind and loving woman and will be missed by all those that knew her. Sally is survived by a son, Randall Brownrigg, Jr. and his wife Trish of Hudson; two sisters, Barbara Hernberg and Alicia Connors, both of Wellesley, MA; three grandchildren, Matthew, Christopher and Samantha Brownrigg, all of Hudson; and many nieces, nephews and dear friends.


All services are to be private. The Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home, 50 Ferry Street, Hudson, is in charge of services.


Anna G. Daniels


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Level 6 team, from left to right: Mikayla Hawkins (Windham), Grace Vaillancourt (Pelham), Hanna Vaillancourt (Pelham).


Prep Op Rookie team, from left to right: Meg Wilson (Pelham), Lexine


Hulburt, Elizabeth Gacek, Kat Crabtree, Mikaela Blatus, Andrea Gacek, Cladia DeSousa (Pelham), Alli Weed.


(8.85), first on beam (9.0), first on floor (8.8) and first in the All Around with a 34.625. Molly O’Donnell of Hudson was second on vault (8.175), second on bars (7.95), first on beam (8.4),first on floor (8.85), and first in the All Around with a 33.375 Level 6: The Level 6 girls received fourth place! Individual highlights: Mikayla Hawkins of Windham was second on vault (9.5), fifth on floor (8.725), and seventh in the All Around with a 33.825; Grace Vaillancourt of Pelham was first on vault (9.4), first on bars with an (9.0) third on beam (8.575), second on floor (8.5) and second in the All Around with a 35.475; Hanna Vaillancourt of Pelham was first on vault (9.35), first on bars (9.0), third on beam (8.5), and second in the All Around with a 34.4 Level 7: The Level 7 girls received first place! Individual highlights: Dakota Cummings of Pelham was second on bars (8.9), third on beam (8.45), and fourth in the All Around with a 34.275; Jackie Smith of Hudson was first on vault (9.35), second on bars (8.6), second on beam (8.35), second on floor (8.425), and second in the All Around with a 34.725. Prep Op Rookie: Prep Op Rookie girls received first place at their first meet of the season! Individual highlights: Claudia DeSousa of Pelham was first on vault (8.9), third on bars (8.3), second on beam (8.8), first on floor (8.85) and second in the All Around with a 34.85; Meg Wilson of Pelham was first on vault (9.0), first on bars (8.4), second on beam (8.4), second on floor (8.6), and second in the All Around with a 34.4.


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Anna G. Daniels, 78, of Hudson died January 23, 2012, at the Southern NH Medical Center in Nashua. She was born October 29, 1933, in Worms, Germany, daughter of the late Heinrich and Anna (Luft) Drechsler. Anna was the wife of Charles Daniels of Hudson. Anna was very proud of her German heritage. She took pride in


loving and caring for her family. Anna found great joy in cooking, baking, and gardening. Besides her loving husband Charles, survivors include a son,


James E. Daniels and his wife Debra of Hudson; a daughter, Susan M. Daniels of Hudson; four grandchildren, Jess Paul Forrence, Jr., Shannon Daniels, Shannon Sheilds, James C.F. Daniels; two great- grandchildren, Abigail Rose Forrence and Gwendolyn Sheilds; as well as many dear friends and relatives in Germany. Following cremation, all services will be private. The Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home in Hudson is in charge of


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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with NH RSA 675:7, the Litchfield Planning Board will hold a public hearing Tuesday, February 7, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Conference Room, 2 Liberty Way, Litchfield to consider the following: an application by Richard and Jill Charbonneau for a lot line adjustment between 5 and 7 Colby Road, Tax Map 20 Lots 24 and 26.


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The Town of Hudson Planning Board will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the “Community Development Conference Room” at Town Hall. The following items will be on the agenda:


I. CALL TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON AT 7:00 P.M. II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE III. ROLL CALL IV. SEATING OF ALTERNATES V. MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING(S) VI. CASES REQUESTED FOR DEFERRAL VII. CORRESPONDENCE VIII. PERFORMANCE SURETIES IX. ZBA INPUT ONLY X. PUBLIC HEARINGS XI. OLD BUSINESS/PUBLIC HEARINGS XII. DESIGN REVIEW PHASE XIII. CONCEPTUAL REVIEW ONLY


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A. Review the 2006 Master Plan Update. B. Review the NRPC 2007 Build-Out Analysis for Hudson. C. Review 2010 Census Data for Hudson and the Region.


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