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Hudson - Litchfield News | April 25, 2014 - 5 Good for the Community Your Hometown Community Calendar

Saturday, April 26 The GFWC-Hudson Junior Woman’s

Club will hold its annual Rabies Clinic today from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. to inoculate dogs and cats against rabies. Allen J.

Conti, VMD, of the Hudson Animal Hospital will be at the Animal Control Facility, 6 Constitution Dr. in Hudson. Any dog or cat owner in the Nashua/Hudson area whose pet is in need of a rabies vaccination is invited to attend. Puppies must be at least six months old before they can be inoculated. Previously vaccinated pets may receive a three year shot if owners can show written, dated proof of an earlier vaccination (such as last year’s certifi cate or a dated card from the vet). Rabies collar tags are not dated; therefore they are not acceptable as proof of the earlier vaccination. A responsible adult must accompany every animal treated, and pets must be kept on a leash. For those owners residing in Hudson, someone from the Town Clerk’s offi ce will be present to sell dog licenses. All dogs owned by Hudson residents must be licensed by May 1, 2014. A rabies vaccination certifi cate is required for licensing.

A $15 fee will be charged for each pet inoculated at the clinic. The proceeds from this event will help to fund the Alvirne Vet Tech scholarship fund and other future projects planned by the Hudson Junior Woman’s Club to benefi t the town and its citizens.

Saturday, April 26 Open registration for the 2014 Hudson-

Litchfi eld Bears Football & Cheer Season, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Hudson Rec Center on Oakwood Road. Grades K-8, no experience necessary. Check out our website for more information:

Sunday, April 27 Love Your Dog, Spa & Boutique, 2A Burnham Rd., will host a Wash-A-Thon fundraiser to benefi t Tails to Freedom/ Lucky Dog Thrift Shop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will help local residents pay veterinarian bills for their pets. Small and

medium sized dogs will be bathed for a minimum donation fee of $10 and nail trims will be $5. Proof of rabies is required. There will be games for the kids; face painting, bounce house and a variety of items will be raffl ed.

Wednesday, April 30 Book Bingo for All Ages. Play Bingo for

a chance to win popular books. There will be books appropriate for all ages to choose from. Children younger than sixth grade must be accompanied by an adult or

teen. Refreshments will be served. 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the Rodgers Memorial Library, Hudson.

Saturday, May 3 Litchfi eld Town Cleanup Day will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Plastic gloves and trash bags will be at the Town Hall. Let’s have a good turn out and show how much better the town will look. Water,

snacks and bug spray will be provided. Won’t you please help?

Saturday, May 3 Psychic Fair sponsored by the Hudson Lions

Club, Hudson Community Center, Lions Ave., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Related vendors and snack bar on site. All proceeds benefi t our charitable causes. For more information, call Jeri at 883-8565 or email:

Tuesday, May 6 Free Concert with Ragtime Pianist Deborrah Wyndham. Nationally renowned pianist Deborrah Wyndham will perform a free concert of ragtime music at the Rodgers Memorial Library in Hudson beginning at 7 p.m. Wyndham has

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given over 3,000 past performances and plays a wide variety of music from ragtime and other early jazz styles to original contemporary music. Through music, Wyndham will share the history of Ragtime, which has gone on to infl uence many other musicians and styles of music. Come hear the songs that are an important part of America’s musical heritage.

Tuesday, May 13 & Wednesday, May 14 The Hudson Police Department is sponsoring the AARP Driving Safety - Smart Driver Program. The class will be held in the Anne Seabury Community Room, Hudson Police Department, 1 Constitution Dr.

The class consists of two, three-hour blocks of instruction spanning two consecutive days from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. The cost for the course is a reasonable $15 fee for AARP members and $20 for non-members. This course is designed especially for drivers age 50 and older. Participating individuals will learn how to avoid traffi c hazards and may be eligible for auto insurance discounts (for more information, contact your insurance agent). Class size will be limited to 20 individuals; contact Sergeant Joseph Hoebeke at 816-2245 for additional information and to reserve your seat today!

Saturday, May 17 Spring Cleaning Time! The Hudson

Litchfi eld Rotary Club’s Annual Yard Sale will be held on at Teledyne, 110 Lowell Rd., Hudson from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. We are in need of items to sell to support our community charitable projects

such as the food pantries in Hudson and Litchfi eld. Do you have housewares, games, toys, small furniture that you no longer need? You can drop off your items during business hours at D’s Auto Body, 296 Derry Rd., Hudson. You can also call Scott at 882-6412 or Bob at 882- 3563 to arrange a time to drop off your items. No clothing, TVs or electronics. Thank you for contributing to the betterment of our community.

Saturday, May 17 The Litchfi eld Area Garden Club is holding its Annual Plant Sale from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at Griffi n Memorial School, 229 Charles Bancroft Highway (Route 3A) in Litchfi eld. Rare and hard to fi nd perennials, as well as cottage garden favorites, will be available. Some of the varieties include Trillium, multiple varieties of Coral Bells, Solomon Seal, Lungwort (Pulmonaria), Mayapple, Jack in

the Pulpit, Pink Lily of the Valley, Confetti Ligularia, multiple colors of Day Lilies, over 15 varieties of Coleus, and many more will be for sale at excellent prices. Spend $20 and receive a free plant! All are welcome!

Sunday, May 18 Campbell High Athletic Booster Club

Yard Sale, Campbell High School, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (set up will be open at 7 a.m.). Anyone who would like to participate, bring your goods to CHS and either stay and sell your items or donate to

CHS. Concession stand open all day. Bathroom facilities available. There will also be a Goodwill trailer on the premises to haul away items at the end of the day that are not sold (for those interested), however, you will be responsible for packing those items into the trailer. For information on what items Goodwill accepts, see: http://www.goodwillnne. org/donate/acceptable-donations. To reserve a spot e-mail: This is not a school sponsored activity.

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Anthony J. Girginis In Memoriam Hudson, NH

Sunrise: December 27, 1987 Sunset: April 25, 2010 Memorial Mass

Sunday, May 11, 10:30 a.m.,

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I cried when you left us. I still cry today.

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Anthony J. Girginis In Memoriam Hudson, NH

Sunrise: December 27, 1987 Sunset: April 25, 2010

Memorial Mass Sunday, May 11, 10:30 a.m., St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church, Nashua

I cried when you left us. I still cry today.

Although we loved you dearly I couldn’t make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working, hands at rest. God broke my heart to prove to me He only takes the best.

Forever broken and forever you’ll be missed

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Although we loved you dearly I couldn’t make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working, hands at rest. God broke my heart to prove to me He only takes the best.

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Lottie Jasinski Lottie Jasinski, 101, of Hudson,

died April 15, 2014, at her residence surrounded by her loving family. She was born January 8, 1913,

in Carbondale, PA, daughter of the late Stanley and Sophia (Gilum) Blazewicz. Lottie was predeceased by her

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husband, John Jasinski, in 2000. Lottie lived a long happy life. In her earlier years, she was a well-

known hairstylist in Lowell, MA. She loved to travel, enjoyed swimming and will always be remembered for hosting her Sunday afternoon parties. Lottie was also very active in the DLKV Lithuanian Club in Lowell. She found her greatest joy when spending time with her

family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her loving family includes two daughters and two sons-in-

law, Sandra and Mark Leavitt and Diane and Dick Crandall, all of Hudson; seven grandchildren, Christopher Leavitt of Manchester, Daniel Leavitt of Hudson, Christina Crandall of Hudson, Suzanne Medina of Guam, Melissa O’Meara of Littleton, MA, Cheryl Bechunas of Sutton, MA, and Andrew Szewczyk of Hudson; as well as nine great-grandchildren, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Following cremation, a funeral Mass was celebrated on

family encourages donations be made in Lottie’s loving memory to the charity of one’s choice. To share an online

message of condolence, please visit www. The Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home in Hudson is in charge of arrangements.

Neva McKeating Neva McKeating Neva McKeating, 91, of Hudson, April

22, 2014, at Greenbriar Health Care Facility in Nashua surrounded by her loving family. Neva was born October 15, 1922, in

North Smithfi eld, RI, daughter of the late Alfred and Gladys (Peasley) Grant. She was also predeceased by her husband, Kevin McKeating, as well as by three brothers and a sister. Neva was employed for many years

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with Sanders, where she retired as an Electronics Assembler. She held several positions within auxiliary organizations, including Past President VFW Auxiliary, Woonsocket, RI; Past Department President of AMVETS Auxiliary Post 12, Woonsocket, RI; and an Auxiliary Member, VFW Post 483, Nashua. She enjoyed traveling and especially creating needlework.

She loved making afghans for family and friends. Her greatest joy came when spending time with her family. She especially loved her grandchildren and was very proud of them and their accomplishments. Visiting hours will be held on Friday, April 25, from 6 to 8 p.m.

in the Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home, 50 Ferry St. in Hudson. A Service of Remembrance will be held on Saturday, April 26, at 10 a.m. in the funeral home. All may meet at 9:30 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in St. Patrick Cemetery in Hudson. To share an online message of condolence, for directions, or to


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