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December 6, 2012

Photo Features: December 6, 2012

Select photos from the December 6, 2012 edition of Carriage Towne News.


Gifts that Keep Giving

The annual Teachers Awards Program hosted by the Epping Walmart, totaled more than $1,000.00 in gift cards and surprise totes, for twenty teachers (picked at random) to be used for further education. Recipients are seated from left: Marilyn Butt, Julia Masury, Phyllis Mahalaris and Lisa Robblee. Standing from left, Krista Stalzer, Andrea Greeley, Beth Peterson, Dee Mayne, Stephanie Baker, Shelley DeMaine, Walmart personnel coordinator; Scott Quinney, Walmart store manager; Barbara Stewart, Walmart co-manager; Amy Hallowell, Lisa Daniels, Carole Bilodeau, Samantha Hutchings, Danielle Donahue, Sarah Boudreau, Barbara Young and Marianne McDonough. Missing from photo is Robin Yergeau and principal Mark Vallone. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Help Make-A-Wish

Christmas tree sales in Raymond will help make the season much brighter for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the many people it serves. Volunteer Nick Vaillancourt with his niece and nephew, Alannah Whitting, 6, and Matthew Bisson, 8, invite everyone to the site on Main Street (Route 27) Exeter Road, opposite the Raymond Baptist Church. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Fish & Game Helping Families

The Plaistow Fish & Game Club members donated a check to the Plaistow Lions Holiday Fund at the newly remodeled clubhouse, located on May Ray Avenue. Pictured from left are Frank Dennis, Fish and Game president; Jamie Bezanson, Lions Club president; Don Hathaway, Fish and Game treasurer; Steve Drelick, veteran Lion member; and Bob Chooljian, both a member of Plaistow Fish & Game Club and Plaistow Lions Club. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

NH Food Bank Benefit

Epping's Diddies & Doodads unique craft shop, located on Route 27, near the Fire/Police safety complex, is your drop off for foods and warm winter clothing...until December 17, when distribution will take place for the holidays. The home, built in the early 1700s, is open seven days a week, featuring works by local crafters that has to be seen to be appreciated. Pictured, from left, are Heidi Jordan, Marianne Burns, and Jacob Miller, who is operator/owner with him mom Terry and brother Aaron. Food and clothing may be brought to Diddies & Doodads, Mon.-Sat., 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., and Sun., 12:00-4:00 p.m. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Civil War Roundtable

The Civil War Roundtable groups of Epping, Merrimac, Salisbury and surrounding towns, met at a new location, the East Parish Methodist Church in Salisbury Square. President Robert Sullivan, above, welcomes members and guests before introducing the evening’s featured speaker, Mike Schroder, who spoke on “Female Spies in Blue and Grey”. For further information, call Tom at 978-462-8518. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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