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February 27, 2014

Photo Features: February 27, 2014

Select photos from the February 27, 2014 edition of Carriage Towne News.

Pearl Harbor Survivor Honored

On his 93rd Birthday, World War II U.S. Army veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor William “Jupe” Hallahan, second from left, was honored with a special citation by the Town of Plaistow. The award reads, Official “Pride of Plaistow” citation “In recognition of your 93rd Birthday and your many years of service to the Town of Plaistow and its citizens.” Mr. Hallahan lived in Plaistow for more than sixty years with his wife Frances and now the couple resides at Haverhill Crossings, where the award was presented. Pictured from left, Sean R. Fitzgerald, Plaistow Town Manager, Bill Hallahan, Tom Cullen, WWII U.S. Navy veteran, and Roy Jeffrey, WWII U.S. Navy veteran. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Community Crossroads Carnival

Community Crossroads, 8 Commerce Drive in Atkinson, held its 17th annual Kids Carnival at the Woodbury Middle School in Salem. Although this is a major fundraiser for Community Crossroads, this event is important for children of all abilities and their families.  Community Crossroads serves the communities of Atkinson, Chester, Danville, Derry, Hampstead, Newton, Pelham, Plaistow, Salem, Sandown and Windham. Events included: making bracelets and tissue flowers, sand art, beading, cookie decorating, coloring contests, science show, prizes and more. Canaligator, the Lowell Spinners mascot, officially greeted the group. Pictured, from left, Cynthia Mahar, executive director, Matthew Hannon, 10, and mom Ana Hannon. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Free Monday Night Dinner Offered

There is a free community dinner offered every Monday night and you’re invited to attend from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Volunteers are ready when the doors open at 5:00 p.m. at the Raymond Baptist Church, 145 Route 27 at Main Street in Raymond. Hannaford Supermarket and The Tuckaway Tavern supply meats, vegetables, breads, and desserts, so bring the kids and enjoy dinner on them. Pictured are greeters Jane Montmaruet, Janice Hedman, Kim Turgeon and Lynn Breeze. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Cozy Up with a Good Book

There’s a sign near the front entrance at the East Kingston Public Library which suggests to visitors “cozy up with a good book”, of which there are hundreds to choose from. Activities, programs, entertainment, and lots of fun are always a highlight. Above, Mary Beth Shea seems deep in thought as she reads a favorite novel. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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