2 - April 20, 2012 | Hudson - Litchfield News Key Club Conference
submitted by Campbell High School Key Club Four members of the Campbell High School Key Club attended the 63rd Annual New England District
of Key Clubs Convention this past weekend in Springfield, MA, along with their advisors Ms. Wilbur and Mr. Boutselis. Beginning on Friday evening, the weekend was jam packed with motivational speakers, leadership training seminars, interclub networking opportunities and a whole lot of fun. The student members were able to witness first-hand the effects their service has on a local, national and international level and meet representatives from Children of Peace and Camp Sunshine, two of Key Club International’s partners aided through Key Club’s efforts. While attending the conference, the Campbell High School Key Club was recognized for their
HMS Students Taking a Stand Against Bullying
submitted by Karen O’Brien, Hudson Memorial School Last week the Hudson Memorial School (HMS) population celebrated Anti-Bullying Week. The week
was organized by the Ambassadors of Hope - HMS’s anti-bullying group. Ambassadors of Hope is modeled after Alvirne’s anti-bullying group of the same name. The group consists of students, guidance
“Membership Development,” taking home a third place prize in the “Silver Division,” consisting of clubs with over 35 members. This accomplishment is particularly impressive, as the club took home first place at last year’s conference in the “Bronze Division,” before moving up to silver this year. The club was also awarded badges for their club banner for submitting their international dues early as well as being one of 15 clubs that raised over $250 for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and Project Eliminate. The members of the CHS Key Club come home with a renewed sense of spirit and a contagious
positive energy. The club has already begun plans for next year’s programs as they celebrated a year of hard work at an end of the year celebration on Monday afternoon. The conference was the perfect way to end a successful week, after raising over $300 at the Second Annual Cougar Coffee House last Wednesday.
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staff, and the school resource officer. The week included numerous events with an anti-bullying theme. The week was started off by Josh Gunderson, a comedian seen on MTV and Bravo delivering a message on cyber-bullying. He talked about the dangers of posting too much information on Facebook and to think before you post. He held the students’ attention with his information and his humor. The homerooms participated in a “decorate a door” competition and a slogan contest. The winning slogans were “A bully is a key that opens no lock,” “Take a stand, lend a hand,” and “Face your problems so we can Book the bullies.” On Wednesday, a child shadow was hung on the wall every seven minutes to signify the frequency of bullying in the United States. The week ended with Blackout Bullying Day, where students were encouraged to wear black to take a stand against bullying.
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submitted by Susan Rafferty Emma Rafferty, a 2008 graduate of Campbell High School,
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was in Lima, Peru on a service trip during her recent spring break. Emma, who is a senior at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL, spent most of her time helping to re-build a local preschool in a village outside of the city. During breaks, Emma and her classmates played volleyball with the Peruvians, keeping everyone on their toes. Emma, who will be graduating in May with a degree in Psychology, traveled on service trips to Rwanda, Ethiopia, Northern Ireland, New Orleans, and Peru during her four years at Eckerd College.
Hudson Gymnasts Compete at City of Champions 2012
submitted by Jennifer Cebrero New England Gymnastics Training Center of Hudson competed at City of Champions 2012 held March 17 in Brockton, MA. Prep Opt competed at this event.
Scores for the Hudson gymnasts are as follows:
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Prep Op Intermediate Age 13: Kim McKenna placed eighth All Around with a score of 35.2. She received a 9.2 on vault (second place), 8.40 on Bars, 8.8 on beam, 8.8 on floor. Prep Op Advanced: Jessica Wambsganss placed 41st All Around with a score of 31.2. She received a 7.7 on vault, 7.8 on bars, 7.5 on beam, 8.2 on floor. The girls’ teams are coached by Tim Madore (Owner), Bea Boldu, Catie Jarvis, Ashley Neagle, Melanie Streeter and Jodi Turner.
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