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December 27, 2012

Photo Features: December 27, 2012

Select photos from the December 27, 2012 edition of Carriage Towne News.

From Our Home to Yours

As we welcome a brand new year, the management and staff at the Carriage Towne News would like to take this opportunity to wish you the very best of health and happiness in 2013. May there be time to explore your passions, share quality time with family and friends, and count your blessings. Happy New Year. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Mirror, Mirror in Hampstead

Young Sianna Lee, 3, daughter of Kali and David Lee of Hampstead, checks out her face in the mirror and looks to mom for her approval. Face painting was only part of the fun for youngsters at the Hampstead Mothers' Club Holiday Breakfast held at the Hampstead Central School. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Full Steam Ahead for Senior

Timberlane Regional High School senior Kate Estep, right, welcomes 2013 with open arms as she prepares her thoughts for graduation and dreams of attending Tufts University in Boston. Her favorite course is Science and looks to becoming a chemical engineer. Kate has volunteered her time for years at the Haverhill Breakfast Exchange Club at Sarah's Day Care complex. She is joined by mom Roseanne Estep, R.N., both of Plaistow, and the jolly gent himself. (Courtesy photo)

Garden Club Holds Workshop

The Fremont Garden Club (FGC) held their annual “Greens Workshop” event on November 27, at the Fremont Fire Complex.  Members made many Kissing Balls and Swags for decorating the town buildings and fulfilling orders from residents.  The club extends its thanks to all of the members who worked so hard to make all of these items. The FGC also thanks Betty Stanley for the donations of the greens from her property.

Tree Lighting in Newton

On December 9, the Newton Historical Society held its annual Christmas Tree Lighting event at its headquarters on S. Main Street.   The turnout was very good and the weather was very acceptable for December.  Everyone had a good time: the cocoa was hot, the cookies tasty, and Santa talked to each child and pictures were taken.  Thanks to all the parents and kids who made the event a success.  A special thanks to Santa and his Elf Tina for making the long trip down from the North Pole.  The children pictured above with Santa are, from left: Anna, Morgan, Mae and Grace Kunysz.


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