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February 6, 2014

Photo Features: February 6, 2014

Select photos from the February 6, 2014 edition of Carriage Towne News.

Lions Host 30th Spelling Bee

The beat goes on for the members of the Atkinson Lions Club as they hosted their 30th annual Spelling Bee for students of Timberlane Regional High School. The event was held at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) in Plaistow, with the three highest winners receiving trophies, runners-up with plaques, and all contestants received certificates. Pictured front row from left, Connor Newman, Tara Stoddard, Isaac Denison (first place winner), Bryan Lavoie (second place winner), Rachel Paradis, and Lindsey Whittaker (third place winner). Second row, left, Josh Flieder, Cameron Lafonatine, Luke Perrault, Lain Sidor, Carolynn Kennedy, Maya Levine, and Nicole Freligh, Enrichment teacher/coordinator. Atkinson Lions back row, left, Richard A. Magoon, chairman, Dennis Stasio, and Robert Gustafson, committee members. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Food Pantry and Soup Café

The parishioners and volunteers at the Epping Community Church on Pleasant Street in Epping, are now working with an expanded food pantry area, kitchen, and also new appliances. The church also hosts a free “Soup of the Day Café”  every Thursday from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. At your service are, from left, Linda Gauthier, Jen Yergeau, Christine Ryder, and Briana Ray. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Library Crafty Kids Program

There’s a new program at the Plaistow Public Library called Crafty Kids (and grandma’s too) where the room turns into an architectural delight. Grandmom Jane Sullivan of Plaistow attended the Saturday morning program with her grandchildren, Erick Mojica, 6, and Coralee Mojica, 7. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)


Valentine Special

Polly Dudley, above, of Sandown, took advantage of the hundreds of pieces of jewelry, including beads, watches, settings, and more at the annual Jewelry Sale, held at the East Hampstead Union Church, Main Street in East Hampstead. Donations and proceeds will benefit the church Operating Fund. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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