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April 17, 2014

Photo Features: April 17, 2014

Select photos from the April 14, 2014 edition of Carriage Towne News.

250th Community Celebration

There is a gala four-day celebration about to take place in Fremont for the entire family and you’re invited to attend. The Town of Fremont will celebrate the 250th anniversary of its incorporation as the Town of Poplin on Thurs., June 19 to Sun., June 22. The name of the town was changed to Fremont in 1854. On Sat., June 21, from 9:00–10:00 a.m. at Peterson’s Brookvale Farm on Martin Road, you’ll be treated to concerts, Revolutionary War and Civil War Encampments, Antique Vehicle Show, Antique Mart, crafters, exhibits, games, great foods, and so much more. Committee members include front row, from left, Doug Brown, Al Hinkley, Stephanie Sim-Valliere, Felicia Augavitch, Carolyn Carr, Darlene DeMila-Amengual and Mary Wheaton-Pinder. Standing, from left, Leon F. Holmes, Jr., Lori Holmes, Rick Pinder, Dennis Action, Karen Gehalo, Donna Smith, Sharon Thomas, Matthew Thomas, chairman, Mike Sullivan, Mike Rydeen, Trish Coulombe and Jeff Horton. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

A Very Happy Easter

Little Nya Green, 4, will be celebrating traditional Easter holiday happenings with friends and family on Sun., April 20. This year those of Greek faith will also celebrate Easter on the same day, which happens every four years. Lya is pictured with Mr. Rabbit, a floppy-ear friend, and mom Emily Green. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Citizen of the Year

The Atkinson Lions Club is pleased to announce that Martin (Marty) Feuer, pictured, has been chosen as the Atkinson Citizen of the Year for 2014. Marty has been an active member of the community since 1951 having been a firefighter for many years and served on the Timberlane School Board. He was the former owner of Feuer Lumber Company, and has passed the torch (and the business) to his son John Feuer. Marty is a U.S. Army Air Force veteran serving as a Glider Pilot and was shot down September 19, 1944 over Rethy, Belgium, and fought in the Normandy invasion. He has been married to his wife Eleanor, for more than 66 years and will celebrate his 93rd birthday on May 3. Please join the Feuer family and the Atkinson Lions to celebrate on Sun., May 4, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at the Atkinson Congregational Church. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Lions Golf Tourney

Mark your calendar for the annual Plaistow Lions Club 2014 Charity Golf Tournament to be held on Sat., May 17, at Granite Fields Golf Club, 7 Route 125 in Kingston. Registration for the scramble format tournament is at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:00 a.m.  Sponsorship opportunities include: Gold Sponsor, $200.00; Hole Sponsor, $100.00; and Friends of Lions, $50.00. Committee members include from left, David Reppucci, Sam Reppucci, 3, junior associate, Bob Chooljian, Roy Walling III, and Steve Halloran. For information on the tournament or becoming a sponsor, call Neil at 603-489-1361, Roy at 603-974-1129, or David at 339-223-7310. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Church Auction Benefits Families

The annual Goods and Services Auction to benefit families in need was held at the Atkinson Congregational Church. Original crafts, books, paintings, games, prizes and more highlighted the event. Above, Dottie Goldstein and Ray D’Eon, look forward to the next round of auction items. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Hampstead Wellness Health Fair

The Hampstead Community Health Fair was held at the Hampstead Middle School giving health and wellness suggestions for the entire family. Booths, demonstrations, free children’s bike helmets, gifts and prizes were all part of the “fun for better living”. Young Emily Davern, and her brother Aidan, 3, enjoyed the many “health” gifts presented by Walgreens of Hampstead. Standing left are, Brian Davern, Phil Boshar, RPH, pharmacy manager, and Frank Panara, Walgreens store manager. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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