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May 8, 2014

Photo Features: May 8, 2014

Select photos from the Carriage Towne News May 8, 2014 edition.

Hope for Cancer Cure

Project Hope, the Angel Fund, held its fifth annual Strut for a Cure benefit fashion show at the Timberlane Regional High School. Students and staff involved with Project Hope decided it was time to not only help raise awareness of breast cancer, but to also reach out to families within the community whose lives had been affected by cancer. Over the years, the Angel Fund has raised over $15,000 for families within the Timberlane school district, in hopes to ease the lives of those who valiantly battle this terrible disease. College pictured, from top left, clockwise are: Haylee Swanson, with hosts Austin House, and Jake Damphousse, Katherine Ouellette, Kailey Ross, and to her right is guest speaker Marta Modigliani, of Danville; Kayla Gelinas sang “I Run for Life”, dedicated to her mom who is a cancer survivor; Alicia Ross, and Alexander LeBlanc. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

Last Chance for New Car

Your new car may only be a phone call away. Tickets are still available for a new Chevy compact car, which will benefit a fundraising event sponsored by Timberlane Athletics. The winner will be drawn on May 16 at Timberlane Regional High School. You do not need to be present to win. For information, call Heather David at 603-540-1401, or David Ouellette at 603-389-2076. Students include from left, Oliver Harnois, Colby McCay, Christina Nye, Dani Gajewski, Jennifer Trodella, and Kyle DiBurro (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

Danville's Earth Day

The Town of Danville celebrated its tenth annual Earth Day Roadside Cleanup, which began with coffee and refreshments at the Town Hall. Goodie bags were given to each resident to complete their clean-up tasks consisting of roadside bags, gloves and more. Pictured from left, Patricia Shogren, town administrator, Beth Caillouette, Danville Highway Department administrator, and resident Allen Hess. Mr. Hess said he was doing his fair share by picking up a bag for his daughter Aislinn, 12, to fill. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

Welcome Home

If you’re looking for a new church home, Rev. James R. Smith welcomes you with open arms to the South Hampton Baptist Church, located at 10 Jewell Street in South Hampton. Sunday School begins at 9:00 a.m. and Morning Worship is at 10:30 a.m. For more information, please call 603-394-7765. All are welcome. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

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