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May 16, 2013

Photo Features: May 16, 2013

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Training Facility a Reality

The Plaistow Police Department, Home Depot Foundation, and Bob Farrell builder/remodeling, teamed together to build an addition to the Plaistow Police Training and Firearms facility, located off Old County Road in Plaistow. The addition was with the help of the Home Depot Foundation, which works at no charge and also provides community service volunteers/associates (called Team Depot), and free building materials as well. The project was spear-headed by Police Chief Steve Savage and Lt. William Baldwin, Range Master and firearms instructor; firearms will also be incorporated in the 24' x 24' addition. Inset, top left. Chief Savage and Home Depot manager Peter Catlin, confer on the building progress. Standing from left; Nelson, Ben, Nick, Bob Farrell, site manager; Lt. Baldwin, Chief Savage, Peter Catlin, Dan, Pat, and Ed. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Shirts Benefit Boston Strong

Foods Plus Discount, located at Plaistow Center, Plaistow Road (Route 125) in Plaistow, will donate one-hundred percent of its sale price of $9.99 per t-shirt marked “Boston Strong 4-15-13”. All proceeds will be donated to those who were hurt at the bombings during the Boston Marathon (onefundboston.org). Displaying the shirt are store employees Denice Lugo and Nick Brogna. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Blowing Bubbles at Pollard

Pollard School 2nd graders Hannah Perron, Avery Patles, and Emma Soucy are enjoying the science of bubble blowing.  The class was investigating whether name brand dish soap produced more and better bubbles than generic brand soap as part of Pollard School’s Science Enrichment Day.

Pollard School hosted a school wide science enrichment day on April 12.  Over twenty-five local volunteers donated time to create and teach mini workshops during the school day on science topics that they are passionate about.  Volunteers included parents and also local business people.  They shared how science connects to their everyday life, whether it be through a hobby or in their career.  Presenters included science topics such as astronomy, maple sugaring, ground water flow, aquatic ecology, forensic science, fire science, the South Pole, nutrition, medical lab science, the solar system, plants, recycling, bubbles, water, computer science, reflexes, and animals.

Students from Timberlane Middle School 7th grade science and the Timberlane High School Science Honor club also joined us as presenters.  They created interesting lessons to share with the kids. 

Students also enjoyed an assembly called A Passion for Birds with Henry Lappen.  He used handcrafted masks and mime to teach us about the diversity and adaptation of birds to their environment.  Some audience members participated by donning the masks and moving their bodies on stage just like real birds do.

The students said this was one of the best days of school ever!  They had fun, participated in hands on activities and in interactive demonstrations while learning new things.

Tournament Winners

At a breaking tournament held in March at the New Hampshire Martial Arts Academy in Exeter, several students smashed their way to success! Pictured above, from left, are: Aedan Burton (7) of Exeter, 5th place; Madeline Lembo (9) of Exeter, 4th place; Molly Bliven (10) of Kingston, 3rd place; Kate Connors (7), of Newmarket, 2nd place; and Nancy Johnson (49) of Epping, 1st place. Congratulations to all!

 

Friends of the Library

The Friends of the Gale Library held its annual inside/outside Yard Sale to benefit the many new programs slated for the Main Street facility. Working the tables are left, Marnie Butland, Irene Giannatsis, Sue Mears, children's librarian; and Pat Estabrook holding snuggles. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

The Kokppelli Flute Ensemble

Members of the Kokopelli Flute Ensemble entertained guests during “The Sounds of Broadway” and the 13th annual spring Pops Concert and Dinner held at the Atkinson Country Club. Pictured from left are: Sherrill Davis, Carol Boudreau, Susan Miner, Laura Carlson, Dorothy Graaskamp, Tina Bucchio, and Beth Clark. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Epping's Saint Joseph Parish

The community of Saint Joseph Parish is a Holy Catholic, Apostolic family rooted in Christ,  committed to loving and serving one another by living, sharing, and celebrating their faith. All are welcome to services at 200 Pleasant Street, in Epping. Masses are held on Saturdays at 4:00 p.m., Sundays at 8:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., with Rev. Volney J. DeRosia, pastor. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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