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Hudson - Litchfield News | April 25, 2014 - 3 Man Rescued from the Merrimack River

Campbell High Presents Fourth Annual Coffee House

submitted by Campbell High School Key Club Campbell High

Litchfield Fire Rescue on Tuesday, April 22, was notified by a 9-1-1 call at 5:05 p.m., of a person in the Merrimack River in the area of Riverview Circle. The caller reported someone screaming for help but at the time had no visual of the victim. Firefighters manning one rescue and two command vehicles, one ambulance along with marine units from Hudson and Merrimack responded to the scene. On his arrival on the riverbank Fire Chief Frank Fraitzl witnessed the victim floating in the swift current. The chief directed firefighters to the riverbank in the area of Talent Road.

The incident took place while the victim was

kayaking and for an unknown reason fell out of the boat into the cold water.

Before marine units could be deployed a resident assisted the victim to the riverbank with a canoe. Firefighters using ropes hoisted the victim up the riverbank where medical crews worked to warm and remove the patient from the riverbank. The patient was transported to a local hospital for further treatment.

was the place to be last Friday night. As you crossed the red carpet, you noticed the cafeteria has been given a Parisian theme and filled with music and talent. At each table was a red flower above a starry tabletop. To start the night, all the way from Detroit, were the Blues Brothers, Jake and Elwood. MC and comedian, Vice Principal Mike Perez, who also maintained the Parisian theme with a fashionable beret, brought out the well-dressed duo. Talented performers channeled the likes of Justin Timberlake, John Legend and Regina Specter. Others drew on inspiration from groups like the Foo Fighters and All Time Low. A wonderful dancer flowed before the audience in a routine that was beautiful and mesmerizing. The variety of this talent spanned from the comedic to the heartwarming as we experienced the spoken word of Grandparents and the ravages of Alzheimer’s as seen from a granddaughter’s eyes. Food and beverages were available but the final course of the evening was Thawing the Haddock, the name of the last group whose lead singer was definitely in the band as we all could see from his shirt. The night was a great success and the Key Club has decided that all money raised is to be donated to the Bedford Animal Shelter. They run many events in the community and make their own decision as to where the money will be used. The Coffee House has become a signature event of the Campbell Key Club. It was started four years ago by member Christine Lepore. This year Jessica Greene successfully ran the show along with her fellow officers Rebecca Gibson, Rachail Quinneville, Angela Valenti and Cassie Page. Overseeing the club is faculty advisor Linea Manley. Along with students, faculty and parents there were also Hudson Kiwanis members Dan and Gayle Zelonis and Key Club advisor Mike Hardy. The Hudson Kiwanis Club is the sponsoring association and works directly with the Key Club. We look forward to see what the Coffee House will present next year. We are sure it will be another outstanding show.

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