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June 5, 2014

Photo Features: June 5, 2014

Select photos from the June 5, 2014 edition of Carriage Towne News.

Lions Check Out at $1,573.99

The Plaistow Lions Club held its first annual Supermarket Sweep at Market Basket in Plaistow. The winner was Kara Ruggeri of Danville, left photo, who passed the torch to her husband Mike Ruggeri, who had three minutes to fill as many shopping carts as possible. Top center and right photo show Mike racing to beat the clock. Bottom right photo, Lion Treasurer Walter Lawrence makes out a check for $1,573.99 with a discount savings of (four-percent) $81.21, under the watchful eyes of cashier Sean Lynch, and store manager Gene Crochetiere. The Ruggeri family gave some of their winnings to the Holy Angels Food Pantry. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

Essay Contest Winner

The Seacoast Republican Women announced the 2014 Annual Scholarship Essay Contest Winner, Griffin Poutre, at their annual spring luncheon on May 9th at the Portsmouth Country Club. The essay subject matter was titled, “Is the greatest threat to our national security internal or external”.  Griffin is currently a Junior at Exeter High School and serves as President of his class. (Courtesy Photo)

Buy Fresh - Buy Local

The Atkinson Farmers Market will begin the 2014 season on June 28th.  It will be open on Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., through October 28. Fresh fruits, vegetables, breads, desserts, and more will be featured.  Pictured above is Robin Hernandez. Volunteer manager.  For more information about their summer weekly series of markets, vendors, and products, visit www.atkinsonfarmersmarket,org. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

CROP Walk in Progress

The 22nd annual Greater Hampstead/Plaistow CROP Hunger Walk was hosted by the First Baptist Church of Plaistow, one of seven churches participating in the event. Some of the proceeds (twenty-five percent) will go to the ecumenical food pantries at St. Luke Parish in Plaistow, St. Anne Parish in Hampstead, and Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church in Salem. Doing their fair share for hunger are these walkers on Elm Street in Plaistow. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

American Legion Hosts Classic Cars

Epping American Legion Post 51, located on Route 125 in Epping, hosted its 4th annual Classic Car Show and Pig Roast (hot dogs and burgers too) to benefit the New Hampshire Association for the Blind. They are the statewide leader for providing vision rehabilitation. Music was provided for this successful event. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

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