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Hudson - Litchfield News | March 23, 2012 - 11


Salute to Business Specialty Kitchens, Inc.


Specialty Kitchens wants to thank all their customers for making 2011 their busiest remodel year ever.


Come see why your neighbors have consistently Salute to Business The Kitchen and Bath Remodel Experts!


chosen Specialty Kitchens for their remodel projects for more than 26 years. Specialty Kitchens is a family-operated business celebrating 26 years making friends with customers and making customers happy. They have built solid relationships with leading manufacturers to insure you receive the best in craftsmanship, innovative design and top-notch materials, and superior value at any price level. They offer a complete product line, including cabinets, countertops, hardware, ceramic tile and hardwood flooring, lighting and plumbing fixtures, windows and doors. But the best materials and designs mean nothing without the people to support your remodeling project. With their total team approach, Specialty Kitchens leads the way in stellar customer service. At Specialty Kitchens, a recurring philosophy runs through every employee and every project, recognizing that your remodeling project is special and unique. There are no cookie-cutter solutions, no “one-size fits all” designs. From start to finish, your preferences, and their expertise,


create the perfect custom kitchen, bath or office to fit your needs and lifestyle. This commitment to proactive communication and individual attention has made Specialty Kitchens the area’s leader in kitchen, bath and office remodeling. The fun, relaxed experience of working with this family-owned firm keeps them there. They invest time in your project before you invest your hard- earned money. They offer a no-cost, no-pressure, in-home evaluation with their project manager, assuring you receive an accurate, detailed, written proposal guaranteeing no hidden charges after the sale. Specialty Kitchens uses their own in-house remodeling and installation team, including a lead-carpenter, to manage every aspect of each remodel job. They believe in communicating constantly, managing the process carefully, paying attention to project details, and eliminating your stress. To learn more about the process, log onto


www.specialtykitchens.us. Make sure you read “The 10 most important questions to ask any remodel contractor before you hire one” or visit their beautiful showroom located at 4 Hudson Park Drive, Hudson.


Sign Up Now for Hudson-Litchfield Youth Football & Cheer 2012


March 24 Saturday 10-2pm


Grades 2-8 May not turn 15 before 12/31/2012.


Flag Football New, NO CONTACT, flag football league for kindergarten and 1st graders. Must turn 5 by 12/31/12.


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March 27 Tuesday 6-9pm


Hudson-Litchfield Youth Football and Cheer (HLYF&C) kicks off the 2012 season with upcoming registrations. The HLYF&C youth athletic program


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isn’t so much about titles, glory, and triumph, as it is about the journey towards these accomplishments. The athletic program isn’t about putting on a uniform and knocking helmets or having the sharpest arm movements. It’s about enriching the youth of our community with life-teaching skills and lessons. Our youth learn to work hard and not quit, whether they struggle through practice with soaring heat, or are cheered on by their teammates, as they are the last to cross the line. They learn sacrifice and endurance pave the path to excellence. They learn that the scoreboard or the competition score sheet is not their enemy and that failure fosters determination to be better and stronger. They build strength of character as they learn to respect one another, whether teammate or opponent, as well as establish integrity through sportsmanship and fair play. The Hudson-Litchfield Youth


Football & Cheer program is fueled by a passion to develop integrity, character, and confidence to create a positive impact in the youth of our community. The lessons our youth learn at HLYFC provide the foundation to live a responsible life as an individual, as a member of a team, and as a member of society. New this year is an instructional, No Contact Flag Football program for kindergarten and first graders. Sign-ups will be held at the Hudson Rec Center. For more information, visit www.HLYFC.


com. We invite you to take the next step and join our established youth program.


Theft Charges Brought Against Massachusetts Men


submitted by Hudson Police Department On Wednesday, March 14, at approximately 1:45 p.m., Hudson


Police personnel responded to Wal-Mart for the report of several customers acting suspicious. Store security personnel advised that two subjects were possibly in possession of stolen Wal-Mart credit cards. Additionally, it was suspected that the subjects attempted to make purchases at the store with the suspicious cards. A subsequent investigation led to the arrest of both subjects who were identified as Frank Phillips, 30, of Boston, MA, and Randy Steele, 56, of Dorchester, MA.


Phillips was charged with one count of Attempted Theft by Deception and one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Phillips was held on $1,000 cash/surety bail. Steele was charged with one count of Unauthorized Use of a Propelled Vehicle, one count of Theft of a Motor vehicle, one count of Possession of a Controlled Drug and 10 counts of Attempted Theft by Deception. Steele was held on $8,000 cash/surety bail. Both subjects were arraigned on March 15 at the 9th Circuit Court of Nashua.


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