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Hudson~Litchfield News
Volume 28 Number 53 July 21, 2017 12 Pages

HMS Math Teacher Gets Nod as a National

Full-Day Finalist for Presidential Award
Kindergarten Courtesy of HMS Principal Keith Bowen
Sarah Fichera, a seventh grade
to their communities, and leaders in the
improvement of mathematics and science

in Hudson -- mathematics teacher from Hudson Memorial

School, was recently selected by the State
of New Hampshire as a finalist for national
(including computer science) education.
Fichera completed a rigorous selection
process to receive this recognition. After
What Will it Take? recognition to receive the Presidential Award
for Excellence in Mathematics and Science
being nominated by her department head in
November 2016, she received endorsements
by Len Lathrop Teaching. This award is the highest honor for this award from the principal of Hudson
Full-day kindergarten has become a real option for all bestowed by the United States government Memorial School, the Superintendents Office
New Hampshire towns as Governor Sununu signed SB specifically for K-12 mathematics and science and numerous faculty and staff. Included in
191 on July 12. While the governors statement prior teaching (including computer science). this process, Fichera was required to write

Courtesy photo
to signing the action makes it sound like it will happen, PAEMST was established by Congress several essays and submit video evidence
there are a lot of things, both on the state level and here in 1983 and recognizes mathematics of her teaching. In June, Hudson Memorial
in Hudson, that have to happen. and science teachers from each of the School was notified that Fichera was a finalist
Governor Chris Sununus statement: The investments 50 states, the District of Columbia, the from the State of New Hampshire and eligible
made today will give New Hampshires children a strong Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the to receive national recognition. National
foundation for tomorrows future. I am proud to be Department of Defense Education Activity finalists will be selected sometime in the next
the first governor to deliver a real full-day kindergarten schools or the U.S. territories as a group six months.
program for communities across our state, which who develop and implement a high-quality Join the HMS staff and students in
will close the opportunity gap and provide students, instructional program that is informed by congratulating Sarah Fichera on this
regardless of their economic status, an extra step up as content knowledge and enhances student significant achievement in her professional
they enter the first grade. Full-day kindergarten is good learning. Teachers receiving this award serve career and wish her luck in the national
for children and families, and a critical tool in retaining Sarah Fichera of Hudson Memorial School as models for their colleagues, inspiration process.
our future workforce.
Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley had this to say:
It is well known that additional time in the classroom
is invaluable to early childhood education and in
building a strong base for future learning. I applaud the
governor and this legislature for making an already great
Keeping Cool at Hudson Recreations
education system even better for future generations.
Having the opportunity to discuss full-day Summer Camp
kindergarten with Hudson Superintendent Lawrence
Russell earlier this weekend, he outlined many of the
hurdles that Hudson would face with this transition.
Before you jump, remember full-day kindergarten is not
mandated and, even with this new bill, the funding at
100 percent is not carved in stone.
Currently, the New Hampshire public education
funding system is based on a grant under Adequate
Education Aid using a matrix starting at $3,600 per
student per year. Then towns and cities with low-income
households and students with special needs receive
additional support.
In todays formula, kindergarteners get a half rate of
$1,800. With the new bill, the hope is to get revenue
from the gaming form called Keno using those funds
to add $1,100 per every student in full-day kindergarten,
scheduled to start in fiscal year 2019 (July 1 of 2018).
Then, in FY 2020, the amount will be based on Keno
revenue; while it will never drop below the 2019 grant
of $1,100, the goal is for $1,800 to match the matrix
baseline per student of $3,600. Staff photos by Bruce Preston
New Hampshire Public Radio has reported that The
city of Nashua will now offer full-day kindergarten at
all of its elementary schools. Nashua joins the roughly
three quarters of school districts around the state that
offer full-day kindergarten programs. Currently there
is no support from the state other than the one half per
student Adequate Education Aid. NHPR continued
that interim superintendent of Nashua Schools Connie
Brown says, with an overall decline in enrollment, they
will be able to implement the program at no cost.
Here in Hudson, with the development of the early
learning campus, all kindergarten students go to the
Library Street School. The school has been downsized
in many areas to meet the needs of the five year olds. In
the process, the outdated kitchen was not needed for the
half-day programs and was removed. Currently, there
are 10 classes of kindergarteners, five in the morning
block and five in the afternoon session. Also, in the
Library Street building, both morning and afternoon
The Hudson Recreation Centers Summer Camp is in full gear. The program hosts an average of 240 local youngsters each day, providing a wide variety of activities and
sessions are offered for preschool.
field trips. Wednesday, July 19th was Hawaiian day at the camp. Above left is Cori Sevigny, 8, of Hudson. Top right, Kyle Gagnon, 11, also of Hudson, keeps cool
The five kindergarten teachers each teach a morning
in the misters. Bottom right, Elle Norse, 11, left, and Morgan Gora, 12, are dressed in their island attire.
and afternoon class, are members of the teachers union
and receive the benefits of the collective bargaining
Superintendent Russell was very up front that full-day
kindergarten discussion was not even in an embryonic
stage, but conversations should start at many different
Hudson has a New Baby,
levels before Hudson would be ready to vote on offering
full-day kindergarten.
When Russell was asked about how it would make
a Big Red One Weighing in at 10 Tons
a difference to have full-day kindergarten, he used Since receiving voters them on the lot,
the term educationally sound. Comparing full- vs. approval last March, the and fire services
partial-day kindergarten, the full-day students are often Hudson Fire Department go and buy
more prepared for first grade, but the superintendent has been working on one. The picture
stressed that the key is for the kindergartners to acquire the purchase of a new with this story
a vocabulary of 21,000 words for a foundation of talk, piece of equipment. is the Hudson
which models into learning. Although not an easy On Tuesday night, July truck; it will be
feat, parents who are diligent about talking and reading 11, the Hudson Board lettered and here
with their young children at home can reach this of Selectmen approved in Hudson in
21,000-word threshold without the full-day-of-school Hudson Fire Department roughly 45 days.
approach. He mentioned Malcolm Gladwell, author of purchasing a 2017 Seagrave trucks
(2008) Outliers: The Story of Success, who talks about Seagrave SO 78J11 Fire in New England
environment and its impact in learning. Apparatus, a Marauder II are serviced in
Drifting back to the mortar-and-brick issue, Russell Pumper. Wakefield, Mass.,
mentioned that it is true the student population in The cost of this with a rumor that
Hudson is falling; the number of first-grade classrooms equipment is $506,500 this service center
is dropping this July from 12 to 11. He mentioned that with a trade-in will be relocating
there are portable classrooms in the district that the allowance of $1,500 to Chelmsford,
district owns that might be usable to make up the five of the 1997/1998 Mass.
classrooms needed. When asked about getting teachers, Freightliner FL80/3, Courtesy photo Chief Buxton
Russell did not see that as a problem, but he cautioned Engine One. The second mentioned that
these are just ideas and that no real planning has even Freightliner that was this truck will be
started. purchased together with the trade-in unit by former Chief Frank the primary engine at the Robinson Road Station.
The meeting with the superintendent closed with a Carpentier will stay in service as the KME truck is out for overhaul. This truck was purchased through a buying program utilizing the
conversation about how a better school system raises Once the KME is returned to the fleet, the Freightliner will be sold services of Houston Galveston Area Council as the purchasing agent.
property values in a community, noting that people outright by the fire department. Hudsons Highway Department has used this buying program for
move to a town based on the school system. While this equipment is a Seagrave truck for the town of Hudson, trucks in its fleet.
While it seems that full-day kindergarten is somewhere the town of Pelham has a custom-built Seagrave rescue/pumper in its Some fun facts about this truck: it is 31.5 feet long and 9.38 feet
in the future for Hudson, yes, it will have a price tag, and fleet. In fact, the manufacturer of this apparatus, FWD Seagrave, is tall on a 184.5-inch wheelbase. Now if it is behind you in traffic,
the state isnt paying the full ticket and even if everyone so well respected throughout the fire service nationally it is New York be aware of the two air horns in the front bumper and a projector
loves Keno and plays regularly, property tax dollars will Citys primary fleet provider of Seagrave equipment. speaker. That means if you dont get out of the way, the firefighter
still be needed. The purchase of this truck is different from others as this is not a in control can truly scare you with the horns or even speak at (not
custom-built engine since trucks in the past have been specially made to) you to get out of the way. The fuel tank holds 65 gallons and the
for the town. Former Fire Captain and current Selectman Dave Morin stainless steel cab can seat six, and did we tell you it has lots of lights
explained that Seagrave makes 10 to 15 trucks all the same and puts in every direction?
2 - July 21, 2017 | Hudson - Litchfield News

Investigating Carbon Monoxide Fatality

courtesy of the State of New Hampshire
Department of Safety
State Fire Marshal J. William Degnan
announces with Litchfield Fire Chief Frank
Fraitzl and Police Captain Benjamin Sargent a
fatal investigation at 22 Moose Hollow Road in

Accolades On July 12, 2017, at approximately 6 p.m.,

the Litchfield Police and Fire departments were
requested to check the welfare of individuals
residing at the above address. During the
Timothy Donovan of Litchfield completed Colby-Sawyer Colleges course of checking their welfare, police and
internship requirement with Millennium Integrated Marketing in fire responders discovered a deceased male
Manchester. Donovan majors in business administration. occupant and a female occupant who was alive
Emma K. Kuczkowski of Litchfield, a junior chemistry major, earned but unresponsive, along with fatal levels of
Deans List recognition at SUNY-Oswego for the spring semester. carbon monoxide inside the residence.
Alyssa Pascucci, a member of the class of 2020 from Litchfield, has The female occupant was transported to Courtesy photo
been named to the spring Deans List at Loyola University. Southern New Hampshire Medical Center to
Christopher Leonard, a first year student at the College of the Holy receive medical treatment. the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a
Cross, has been named to the Deans List for the second semester of The cause of the carbon monoxide release into the residence is colorless, odorless, tasteless gas this is known as the silent killer.
the 2016-2017 academic year. He is the son of Richard and Kathleen still under investigation. An autopsy was scheduled for the deceased Signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning may include;
Leonard of Hudson. man on July 13. Names of the individuals involved will be released dull headache, weakness, dizziness, nausea or vomiting, shortness
Andrew DiCola of Litchfield has graduated from Rochester Institute after positive identification and family notifications have been made. of breath, confusion, blurred vision or loss of consciousness. If you
of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. State Fire Marshal Degnan and Fire Chief Frank Fraitzl would like experience any of these symptoms, get to fresh air and call E911
to remind all New Hampshire citizens of the importance of having immediately.
Send your Accolades to news@areanewsgroup.com with a photo
working carbon monoxide alarms in your homes and to know Any further inquiries can be directed to the State Fire Marshals
Office, Investigator Shana Clark at 223-4289.

HMS Teacher over the Moon about his Trip to Space Camp
courtesy of HMS Principal Keith Bowen into their classroom practice. The Honeywell Educators at Space chair that simulates a walk on the moon, and two space missions.
On June 15, Honeywell sponsored its annual Educators at Space Academy has graduated more than 2,776 educators from 62 During the space mission simulations, participants reenact a space
Academy in Huntsville, Ala., at NASAs U.S. Space and Rocket countries and 52 U.S. states and territories. This year, Daniel Pooler shuttle mission to the International Space Station and a mission to
Center. Among the was among them. Mars.
many teachers from Hearing about the program from Mr. Poolers week at HESA included several opportunities to learn
across the 33 countries a network of teachers in the State practical classroom applications for STEM learning that he could
and 45 U.S. states in of New Hampshire, Pooler applied bring back to his school and share with the teachers and students
attendance, Daniel for the highly selective program of the Hudson School District. Among these activities were several
Pooler (head of the in October 2016 and gained math and science labs and sessions that included team building,
Hudson Memorial acceptance as one of only three model rockets, the math of origami and a comprehensive history of
School Math teachers from New Hampshire space exploration.
Department and K-8 this year. Over the course of the I am very thankful to have been given such a rich opportunity
STEM coordinator for five-day HESA program, Pooler by Honeywell, stated Pooler. I dont know of any other program,
the Hudson School received 45 hours of classroom and in which a teacher like myself can experience a mock spacewalk,
District), represented the laboratory experiences that he can participate in amazing simulations, and gain hands-on experience
town of Hudson. bring back to the Hudson School that I can bring back to my students. I believe that this experience
Since 2004, District. Among his many notable has helped stoke my passion for teaching math and science, and I
Honeywell has experiences, Pooler boasted of his know it will help me to inspire students in my
partnered with the encounters with important people classes for years to come. Courtesy photos
U.S. Space and from space history.
Rocket Center to Homer Hickam, the author
provide teachers from of Rocket Boys and the subject
around the world with of the movie October Sky, Ed
an opportunity to Buckbee, the author of The Real
experience firsthand, the Hudson Memorial Schools Daniel Pooler, standing, was one of only 3 NH teachers Space Cowboys and Astronaut Clay
power and excitement of to attend NASAs annual Educators at Space Academy in Alabama in June. Anderson who spent 152 days on the
the U.S. Space program International Space Station brought
and how teachers can out my inner space geek, Pooler
use it to integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics said. They were awesome!
While at space camp, he was given many opportunities
to participate in simulated activities. These activities
included a water landing, time in the multi-axis trainer
that simulates the disorientation one might feel in an
uncontrolled dissent from space, the one-sixth-gravity
Daniel Pooler at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center

Pancakes and
A Community
to Support
Local Students
submitted by Elaine Cutler,
Hudson Litchfield Rotary Club
The Hudson Litchfield Rotary is proud to
present Pancakes and Palettes at Alvirne
High School Aug. 12 and 13 from 8 to 11:30
a.m. in Checkers Restaurant. For more than 30
years, this tradition is responsible for funding
scholarships for our high school seniors. The
cost of the breakfast is just $6 and children 5
years and younger are free.
We would be honored to have your name
or the name of your company on the breakfast
placemats. A $25 donation will make that
possible. Checks should be mailed to Hudson
Litchfield Rotary Club, P.O. Box 6, Hudson,
NH 03051. If you wish to be included on
our website, a donation of $100 is requested.
Deadline is Aug. 1 for all donations.
For the last six years, an art show has
been an integral part of the event, adding a
wonderful community element to the pancake
Student art from Hudson and
Litchfield will be featured with
Peoples Choice Awards given in the
following grade categories: K-2, 3-5,
6-8 and 9-12. All student submissions
will earn a blue ribbon.
We are very proud of the students
work and the dedication of the
teachers. You will be amazed at the art
they create.
Join the fun make a donation,
view the art and enjoy a delicious

In Touch
with Your

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Remember Hudson When ... Sudoku

53 Old Derry Road
by Ruth Parker Hudson were returned to the 5 4 7 6
The earliest known residents Hudson Historical Society
of this farmhouse were
Gilman Andrews and his
from a museum in Madison,
S.D. From these we have 8 9
family. Gilman was born in glimpses into her life here in
Hudson (then Nottingham
West) in December 1806. In
George Gilman (born 1847)
2 1 3 5
September 1834, at the age of remained with the farm and
28, he married Sophia Senter.
Sophia was a local girl; the
took it over after Gilmans
death. He also became a
4 7 6
2 9 6 8 4
daughter of nearby Charles successful businessman and
Senter and the granddaughter purchased a general store at
of Moses Greeley. A few Post Office Square in Hudson,

9 1 5
years after their marriage, in serving as postmaster. He
December 1836, he purchased also held many offices in the
this site from Abijah Hills. Town of Hudson. He built
Gilman was a farmer. The
agricultural census shows his
a fine Victorian-style home
for his family on Main Street 6 3 7 4
farm consisted of one horse, 53 Old Derry Road, c. 1909 (now Ferry Street), located
five milking cows, one pig
and produce of corn, oats,
about where the current Gulf
station is. George maintained 8 2
peas, beans, potatoes, hay, the farm and operated his
butter and cheese. There is
evidence of an earlier house,
business interests until
Sept. 6, 1908, when he
4 1 5 2
located east and north of the was tragically killed during Puzzle 29 (Easy, difficulty rating 0.41)
present one, but it is not clear an electric car accident Generated by http://www.opensky.ca/~jdhildeb/software/sudokugen/
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remained on his farm and in severely injured and lived
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different lives. Charles moved The Ober family was living
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station agent for the railroad. 53 Old Derry in 2012 when fire destroyed the upper
As a young lady, Mary Jane stories of the c. 1830 two-
taught school at the nearby Number 9 school, which was then and-a-half-story home. Our first photo is that of the original home www.dumontsullivan.com
located on Old Derry Road near the intersection with Greeley of Gilman Andrews and Rachel Ober prior to the 1933 fire. The
Street. She was also a talented musician. She played the organ place was inactive until purchased by the Jasper family in 1941.
at the Baptist Church and was a member of the Hudson Singing
Society. In fact, the Mason and Hamlin Organ she played at the
church has been restored and is at the Hills House. Mary Jane
The home was then remodeled to the one-and-a-half-story
building with a front porch that we see today. It became the
home of Robert and Reita Jasper and their young family. After the
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married Hudson native Harvard Payson Smith in January 1864. In Jasper properties ceased to operate as a poultry farm, Robert and
1857, at the age of 19, he left Hudson for Red Wing, Minn. While Reita established and operated a camping area known as Tuck Address
there, he was a school teacher and involved in the laying out of A Way in the area behind the farmhouse. In 1985 the property Climate
22 Brady Drive
roads. In 1861, he returned to Hudson and began the study of was transferred to the Nash family. Since that time, some acreage Control Hudson, NH
medicine until the outbreak of the Civil War. He enlisted and was transferred to the State of New Hampshire for the proposed
served as a sharpshooter serving a little over three years. After circumferential highway. Our second photo shows the one-and-a-
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The Word Around Town...

Letters to our Editor
Responding to a Thumbs Up of law school was for my parents lawyer in California, Robert Treuhaft, the head
of the California Communist Party. (Yeah, my parents were pinkish) Hey, Mr. or
Thumbs up! The person who wrote the thumbs up on identifying the Russians Mrs. Thumbs up, whats sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. Or were you
as villains didnt go far enough. Bill Clinton took half a million bucks to speak to
Renaissance Capital, which has ties to the Russian intelligence community, while
just suggesting that its bad for one party to talk to Russians or Communists, but
not the other?
Nicole Accepts
his wife was Secretary of State, and the New York Times reported Cash Flowed
to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal on April 23, 2015. Bill Glenn Della-Monica, Hudson One Invitation
dodged the draft by leaving the country for England, with trips to ... guess where?
... the Soviet Union. Hillary goes further back, though. Her first internship out but Declines
A quick aside before the real
Finally this week, Hudson/Pelham State Representative
Eric Schleien has been charged with one misdemeanor count

questions it was great to hear that a of sexual assault and two misdemeanor counts of simple Just to let everyone know I may be going
citizen passed two quarters to Selectman assault. Rockingham County Attorney Patricia Conway stated on a second date with a guy that I met
Roger so he could fulfill his love for horses Friday that Schleiens attorney said he vehemently denies the on one of those dating apps. I know that
and venture to MB to try his luck on one allegations. Police documents claim Schleien approached a statistically I was bound to find someone

of the equine there. Coutu, please be 16-year-old girl at an Exeter cafe on July 20, 2016, and struck who wasnt completely terrible. I know
careful, and a thumbs up to Johnny OB up a conversation after he noticed a political sticker on her that you all care deeply about my love life
for making Rogers equine dream come laptop. From the victims statement, Schleien, 29, drove the so Ill keep you updated.
true. girl to Portsmouth, she said she was scared by his sexually I was bored one night. Unfortunately, I
While we are only in the middle of
the Fox Say
explicit talk, sucked on her fingers and groped her inner have very few friends and no friends who
summer and both leadership branches thigh. Seth Hipple, attorney for Schleien said, It is important want to go clubbing, so I went alone. I
have new budgets to keep operations to note that these charges are misdemeanors and do not love going to the club because I love
running, the official word is out that allege that there was any sort of violence or threats. Mr. drinking, cute boys and dancing. The
Selectman Ted Luszey will not be seeking Schleien has pleaded not guilty, is cooperating with the process and expects closest place to go clubbing never has
reelection in the March general elections. While both Hudson and to be fully vindicated. This incident occurred in January; police requested cute boys, but it has the other two. I do a
Litchfield are managed by a group of five, it is important to know who is an arrest warrant, which was issued in February. The representative was lot of things by myself. I go to the movies
being elected, are they free thinkers or followers or, even worse, bullies. arrested and charged in April and is scheduled to be in court Aug. 2. House alone and I go out to eat by myself. To
Hudson selectmen interviewed candidates for the open town planner Speaker Shawn Jasper called be honest, it has nothing to do with being
position. Did you feel the gap in staffing? Former planner John Cashall has the accusations disturbing a strong independent woman. Its just
been filling in on a one-day-a-week contract. The Fox, as of this scribbling, but cautioned against a that no one that I know wants to see the
has not seen or heard anything, but, with honest reporting, did not ask if we rush to judgment while the
had a new town planner. Checking the towns website, there is no posting criminal case is pending.
of the July 11 meeting. Wonder how the House Bill signed yesterday by the Governor Chris Sununu
governor, HB 170, will impose a timeframe on website posting. issued the following
Speaking of new rules, regulations, laws and guidelines, within the last statement in response
couple of week there are, based on news releases from the governors to the charges against
office, 65 signed, one vetoed and five became law without the governors Representative Eric
signature. All About

Schleien: Sexual assault
As Reviewgate continues, you know that Hudson senior staff/department will not be tolerated in New
heads have not had performance reviews for many years. One told the Hampshire, and I applaud
Fox seven or eight years, while another said four years; the Fox stopped the authorities for taking
asking. Everyone (all outside of union contracts) received a 2-percent aggressive action to fully
salary increase. While transparency will never be a spelling word for the investigate these disturbing movies I like so I just go alone. Honestly,
school board, merit might be a question for the selectmen And not to let allegations. going to the movies alone is kind of nice
a statement like that just sit there, the Fox thinks overall Hudson is well The Fox will follow the as opposed to going on a date. I can focus
run, and the senior team earns their pay. But the Fox is sorry that some Aug. 2 court appearance as on the movie instead of worrying about my
employees do more than others and should be compensated accordingly. will every media outlet in date.
The biggest question is whether the selectmen move to change that. The the state. When you go to a date to the movies
town policy states a review will be done every year. you have to worry about your breath
smelling bad after the movie. You cant
Litchfield Police Log chew gum because thats distracting.
So you need to bring Tic Tacs, but, if
Saturday, June 24: 9:31 a.m. Alarm, Bayberry complaint, Albuquerque Avenue. 9:20 a.m. Way. 5:34 p.m. Assist citizen, Liberty Way. you forget them, youre screwed. Then
Lane. 12:34 p.m. Medical emergency, VIN verification, Stark Lane. 11:10 a.m. Road 7:05 p.m. Assist citizen, Liberty Way. 7:43 p.m. youre thinking about when his hand
Woodhawk Way. 2:49 p.m. animal involved hazard, Charles Bancroft Highway. 11:25 a.m. Assist citizen, Liberty Way. 8:33 p.m. Alarm, brushes yours. Was it an accident? Was
incident, Bayberry Lane. 4:35 p.m. Suspicious Animal involved incident, Cutler Road. 11:28 Highlander Court. 11:44 p.m. Noise complaint, it intentional? Is this middle school? Then
activity, Highlander Court. 7:21 p.m. Road a.m. VIN verification, Laurel Street. 12:21 p.m. Woodland Drive. I dont know about everyone else, but I
hazard, Corning Road. 8:56 p.m. Department Complaint, Josiah Drive. 2:33 p.m. Vandalism, Friday, June 30: 9:01 a.m. VIN check, am hoping to God he kisses me after the
assist, Charles Bancroft Highway. Josiah Drive. 4:34 p.m. Civil standby, Courtland Windsor Drive. 9:28 a.m. VIN check, Liberty movie and not during because I really
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Riverview Circle. 3:41 p.m. Neighborhood Drive. 9:43 a.m. Follow up, Liberty Way. 11:38 Ive digressed pretty far, so back to the
dispute, Robyn Avenue. 3:50 p.m. VIN Tuesday, June 27: 8:41 a.m. Lost property, a.m. Fingerprinting, Liberty Way. 11:53 a.m. club. Going to the club by yourself is
verification, Pondview Drive. 7:25 p.m. WelfareGreenwich Road. 12:37 p.m. Complaint, Talent Telephone scam, Chase Brook Circle. 1:15 p.m. awful. That was a bad idea on my part.
check, Liberty Way. 8:39 p.m. Alarm, Center Road. 4:23 p.m. Alarm, Jamesway Drive. 5:45 Complaint, Liberty Way. 1:24 p.m. Paperwork Im not going to say that I wouldnt do
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11:38 p.m. Disabled motor vehicle, Colby Wednesday, June 28: 6:53 a.m. Medical vehicle complaint, Charles Bancroft Highway. felt awkward dancing completely alone. I
Road. emergency, Woodland Drive. 7:13 a.m. Alarm, 3:25 p.m. Road hazard, Charles Bancroft decided to people watch, and let me tell
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down, Talent Road. 8:09 a.m. Motor vehicle Bancroft Highway. 12:37 p.m. Animal involved Alarm, Charles Bancroft Highway. 6:38 p.m. I watched a guy spill a drink on a
incident, Woodland Drive. Shots fired, Fernwood Drive. 8:21 p.m. Road girl, proceed to hit on her and then get
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Your Hometown Community Calendar
Currently at 3:30 p.m. for films you may have missed in 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U. Open tryouts will be Monday, July 31 thru Friday, August 4
Attention High School Girls Basketball players
... are you interested in playing on the Campbell
the theatre. See hit movies on our big screen in
air conditioned comfort, snacks will be served.
conducted at Nashua South High School July 25-
26 from 6 to 8 p.m. and on Aug.1-2 at Alvirne 31st Save the Dates! Looking for kids, ages 5
to 12, who want to have some fun! Open
Summer League. For more information contact On July 21 join us for an award winning modern High School from 6 to 8 p.m. We will also have Doors Christian Fellowship Church, 359
Jason Button by e-mail at corbeil.jm12@gmail. homage to the classic Hollywood Musical. Come one additional day of open try outs on Aug. 5 at Charles Bancroft Hwy., Litchfield, 10 a.m. to
comor or call 344-1547. early, and enjoy a concert of hits of the 50s and Hudson Memorial Schools Hank Center Field. 12:30 p.m. Games, Bible stories, crafts and fun!
60s before the film. On July 28 see the story of an Private tryouts can be arranged upon request. Check out our website to see pictures and to sign
Month of July
Army medic who refuses to kill people and wins Contact Mike Soby at Northeastheat@hotmail.com. up - www.odcf-nh.com. See you then!
Artist Demonstration and Reception. This
the Medal of Honor without firing a shot. Check Come out to be part of this very competitive and
months Rodgers Memorial Library Community Thursday, August 10 thru
our movie line for more information on upcoming exciting program.
Room art exhibitors, Liz Winchester-Larson and
Harriet Winchester, will be demonstrating their
titles, 816-4535. Sponsored by the Friends of the
Saturday, July 29
1 0th Sunday, August 13
Hudson Old Home Days, happening at
techniques in watercolors and colored pencil
on Saturday, July 8, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 Saturday, July 22 29 First Baptist Church of Hudson, 236
Central St., Hudson, invites you to join us
Hills House Field, 211 Derry Rd. (Route
p.m. Refreshments will be served. Their art nd Free Family Film. The Rodgers Memorial for our Family Fun Event from 9 a.m. to 1
will be featured in the library Community Room 22 Library in Hudson hosts the Free Family p.m. The bounce house and water slide will
throughout the month of July. Film Festival on the fourth Saturday of the be back, as well as some of the games. (Bring your Happenings Across
Saturdays thru August 26
month. See family friendly films on our big
screen in air-conditioned comfort. Today at 10
own towels and swimsuits or change of clothes.)
There will also be new games, face painting, a
the River
The Aaron Cutler Memorial Library will be
a.m. two trolls try to rescue their friends from evil coloring table, balloon animals, goodie bags, and and Through the Woods
invaders. Snacks will be served. Call the library more! If it rains, well just move everything but the
Friday, July 21 film line at 816-4535 or check our events calendar bounce house and water slide indoors. Snacks and
Saturday, August 12
21st Friday Fun Concert! Join us at 2 p.m.
at the Rodgers Memorial Library for this
rmlnh.org/events for details. drinks will be available. Its all free! Hope to see
you there! 1 2th Cars & Cans Car Show, St. Patrick
Tuesday, July 25 Church, 12 Main St., Pelham. All
free concert of favorite songs from the 50s
and 60s performed by Hudsons own Benes 25 Rockets Launching! Yes, thats right!
Well be launching soda bottle rockets
All are invited from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for a Drug
Abuse Prevention Forum with a panel consisting
proceeds will benefit Pelham Food Pantry.
For more information e-mail carsandcans@
Konecny on guitar and vocals with pianist Dick
again this year at the Hudson Community of representatives from the State Police Narcotics gmail.com.
Leombruno. We will be showing a Free Friday
Center from 6 to 8 p.m. Bring a 2 liter soda Division, Hudson Police Department, Hudson
Film immediately after the concert at 3:30 p.m., an
(not water) bottle to build your own rocket, then Fire Department, the Greater Nashua Drug Abuse
award-winning contemporary musical reminiscent
launch it! No experience necessary! This is best Prevention Coordinator and others at St. Kathryn
of the Hollywood classics of yesteryear. A great
for children ages 5-plus. Parish Hall, 4 Dracut Rd., Hudson. Learn the
afternoon of music for all.
danger signs and how to protect your children from
Tuesday, July 25 & Wednesday, July 26, Tuesday,
Fridays, July 21 thru August 25 drug abuse and misuse. Sponsored by St. Kathryn
Aug. 1 & Wednesday, Aug. 2 & Saturday, Aug. 5
Free Friday Film Festival. Come to the Rodgers Veterans Committee.
2018 Northeast Heat Softball Tryouts for 10U,
Memorial Library in Hudson on Friday afternoons

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Hudson Fire Responds to a Series of Weekend Crashes

by David S. Morin On arrival, fire crews found a single vehicle into a pole. The driver
A string of motor vehicle accidents during the July 14 weekend of the car had self-extricated from the vehicle before the arrival of
kept area police and fire departments busy. The first crash took rescue crews. The driver did not suffer any injury in the crash. The
place on July 14. Just before 5 p.m., the Hudson Police and Fire telephone pole was broken and Eversource was called to the scene to
departments responded to Central Street and Sullivan Street for a make repairs.
three-car collision. On July 16, a serious
Photos by David S. Morin
Hudson Police crash sent one person to a
Lieutenant Tad Dionne Nashua hospital. At 7:43
said, through the initial p.m.. Hudson Police and
investigation, it was Fire departments responded
determined a 2009 Ford to Central Street west of
Fusion was traveling Sullivan Road for a single-car
east on Central Street collision.
approaching Sullivan Hudson Police Sergeant
Road. It was operated Roger LaMarche said the
by James Nardone, 56, Hudson Police Department,
of Groton, Mass. It through the initial
was also occupied by investigation, determined
Mitchell Nardone, 18, of a 1993 Ford Mustang was
Groton. A 2004 Toyota traveling west on Central
Sienna was stopped at Street approaching Sullivan
the stop sign at Sullivan Road. It was operated by
Road at the intersection George Degraan, 43, of
of Central Street. It Nashua. It was also occupied
was operated by Sonya by Melanie Kanarian, 46, of
Colby, 41, of Hudson. Nashua, and Charles Parker, One person was injured in this rollover crash at Central and Sullivan roads
It was also occupied 19, of Manchester. on July 14.
by three juveniles. At A single-vehicle rollover accident on July 16 sent one person to the hospital. The Mustang was
the same time a 2001 approaching a bicyclist in
Nissan Pathfinder was the breakdown lane. The
on Lawrence Road at the intersection of Central Street. Lawrence Ford began to drift to the right and then swerved. It went off the
Road is governed by a stop sign at that intersection. The Nissan was paved road and crashed head-on into a large granite boulder. After
operated by Zachary Bernardini, 18, of Dracut, Mass. striking the boulder, the car began to roll over. The front passenger
The Nissan began to cross Central Street and collided with the Ford was ejected from the car before the car came to rest on its wheels.
Fusion. The Nissan then struck the Toyota Sienna and the Nissan Airbags were deployed in the Ford, and it was determined all
came to a rest on its side. Airbags were deployed in the Ford and occupants were not seat belted or properly restrained. One occupant
the Nissan. All three occupants of those two vehicles were treated at was transported to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The
the scene for apparent minor injuries. The occupants of the Toyota vehicle was towed from the scene with heavy damage.
were not injured. It was determined all occupants were seat belted The operator of the Mustang was
or properly restrained. All three vehicles were towed from the scene issued a court summons for negligent
with moderate to heavy damage. driving.
The operator of the Nissan was
issued a citation for the failure to yield
right of way at a stop sign. The crash is
still under investigation.
On July 15, Hudson fire engine
company was requested to assist
Londonderry Fire set up a landing
zone for a medical helicopter. A
motorcycle crash on Wiley Hill Road
in Londonderry left the motorcycle
operator with serious injuries after he
lost control and struck a tree. Hudson
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Adopting a Dog or Cat Later in Life Let Me See What Spring is Like
Companion animals bring
great joy to their owners.
on Jupiter and Mars
The unconditional love cats Billionaire technocrat Elon Musk is determined to colonize Mars and is asking earthlings to join the
and dogs provide appeals big move, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens. In fact, says AMAC, he estimates
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seniors to feel lonely or
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close friend or friends. The physical health. But there are also ways aging the older participants. Its never too early to put a
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than dogs, as cats are less active and do not need
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also are small and easily maneuverable, meaning
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well, especially for seniors with
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mobility issues. Theyre also
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Washington Unit
NS161, LLC,

Docket No. 138-3-17 Wncv

courtesy of the Hudson Police
On Friday, July 14, members
of the Hudson and Pelham
Richard W. Olson, Kristina Olson, Police departments executed an
Bank of America, N.A.
and Occupants residing at
arrest warrant at 5 Frenette Dr. in 480 Charles Bancroft Highway, Litchfield, NH
Hudson. Upon arrival, Hudson

124 Winter Street, Northfield, Vermont,
officers took custody of the
resident, Real Bureau, age 35.
Bureau was charged as a Fugitive
1. YOU ARE BEING SUED. The Plaintiff has started a lawsuit against you. A copy of the Plaintiffs Complaint against From Justice based on warrants Positions in our Assembly, Machine Shop,
you is on file and may be obtained at the office of the clerk of this court, Vermont Superior Court, Civil Division,
Washington Unit, 65 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont. Do not throw this paper away. It is an official paper that
from the Dracut, Mass., Police
affects your rights. Department for Dissuading a Grinding, Q.C., and Shipping departments. Come in and apply
2. PLAINTIFFS CLAIM. Plaintiffs claim is a Complaint in Foreclosure which alleges that you have breached the
terms of a Promissory Note and Mortgage Deed dated January 14, 2005. Plaintiffs action may effect your interest in
Witness. Bureau was taken into
the property described in the Land Records of the Town of Northfield at Volume 158, Page 793. The Complaint also
seeks relief on the Promissory Note executed by you. A copy of the Complaint is on file and may be obtained at the
custody without incident. His today! Or call Lori Nelson, Director of Human Resources @
Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court for the County of Washington, State of Vermont. bail was set at $20,000 cash.
3. YOU MUST REPLY WITHIN 41 DAYS TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS. You must give or mail the Plaintiff a written
response called an Answer within 41 days after the date on which this Summons was first published in the Hudson-
He was transported to Valley 429-1600 for more information.
Litchfield News, which is August 25, 2017 and after the date on which this Summons was first published in the Times Street Jail and scheduled for
Argus, which is August 25, 2017. You must send a copy of your answer to the Plaintiff or the Plaintiffs attorney, Grant
C. Rees, located at 30 Kimball Avenue, Suite 307, South Burlington, Vermont 05403. You must also give or mail your arraignment at the 9th Circuit
Answer to the Court located at 65 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont 05602.
Court in Nashua on Monday,
4. YOU MUST RESPOND TO EACH CLAIM. The Answer is your written response to the Plaintiffs Complaint. In
July 17.

your Answer you must state whether you agree or disagree with each paragraph of the Complaint. If you believe the
Plaintiff should not be given everything asked for in the Complaint, you must say so in your Answer.


Answer within 41 days after the date on which this Summons was first published and file it with the Court, you will
lose this case. You will not get to tell your side of the story, and the Court may decide against you and award the Plain-
tiff everything asked for in the complaint.

legal claims you have against the Plaintiff. Your claims against the Plaintiff are called Counterclaims. If you do not
make your Counterclaims in writing in your answer you may not be able to bring them up at all. Even if you have
insurance and the insurance company will defend you, you must still file any Counterclaims you may have.

7. LEGAL ASSISTANCE. You may wish to get legal help from a lawyer. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you should ask
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the court clerk for information about places where you can get free legal help. Even if you cannot get legal help, you
must still give the court a written Answer to protect your rights or you may lose the case.
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ORDER 2 6 7 1 8 9 3 4 5
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The Affidavit duly filed in this action shows that service cannot be made with due diligence by any of the methods
provided in Rules 4(d)-(f), (k), or (l) of the Vermont Rules of Civil Procedure. Accordingly, it is ORDERED that service

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of the Summons set forth above shall be made upon the Defendant, Kristina Olson, by publication as provided in
Rule[s] [4(d)(l) and] 4(g) of those Rules.

This order shall be published once a week for 3 weeks beginning on July 14, 2017 in the Hudson-
Litchfield News, a newspaper of general circulation in Hillsborough County, and beginning on July 14, 2017 in the
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Times Argus, a newspaper of general circulation in Washington County, and a copy of this summons and order as
published shall be mailed to the Defendant, Kristina Olson, at her last known address.

Dated at Montpelier, Vermont this 30th day of June, 2017. 8 2 9 4 1 3 6 5 7

Hon. Mary Miles Teachout
Vermont Superior Court
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Hudson - Litchfield News | July 21, 2017 - 11

Hudson Fish and Game Metric

Position State Championship
courtesy of Bill Dutton,
Hudson Fish & Game
On June 10 the Hudson Fish and Game
Club held its final match of the season.
The 3 Position metric smalbore match
consisted of 40 shots in each of the three
shooting positions (Prone, Standing,

The Next Big Catch

Kneeling) at targets 50 yards away
following the NRA metric smallbore rules
(50 meter targets reduced for 50 yards).
HFG Junior Rifle Team captain Elizabeth
Dutton led the way with a 390-15x in the
Striper Fishing is More prone position. Ricky Miller of Whitman

Courtesy photos
MA was 5 points behind with a 385-18x.

Like Catching His Hanson teammate, Matt Lazarsky, was

just one point behind him in 3rd place
with a 384-13x after 40 shots of prone.
This isnt even fishing anymore, its more like After prone came the Standing match.
catching. The striper fishing is by far some of Dutton extended her lead with a 362-5x
the best I have seen in a long time. followed by Lazarsky with a 358-3x. Sub
Outgoing tide drift the mouth with live Junior Rio Ferguson of Northborough,
mackerel or even dead/chunks/fillets. Incoming Mass. inched closer with a 355-4x. Losing
tide work the flats or further up river. The pogies ground to Lazarsky was Miller with a 351- Elizabeth Dutton and Tyler Lane, state team champions
have been plentiful just outside the river, in 2x.
front of Salisbury or Plum Island. We have been Ricky Miller attempted a comeback with
catching a few stripers over 40 inches, but the a strong kneeling target posting a 375-8x.
vast majority of fish are in the 30-36 inch range. Lazarsky kept pace with a 369-8x. Dutton
The bluefish have not really shown up in any shot a 366-8x for third in the kneeling
consistent numbers, and I dont feel any need to match.
switch to steel leaders yet for these toothy fish. Overall, Ricky Millers strong kneeling
Some of the biggest challenges fishing for the score was not enough to overcome the
past couple weeks have been locating schools of lead that Dutton had built in the prone
mackerel for bait. I have spent hours to catch very and standing matches. Dutton finished
few and the next day caught hundreds in an hour. first overall with a combined score of
Been frustrating to say the least. Tip: store up 1118-29x. Miller finished second with
mackerel when you do catch them because they a 1111-28x and took home the silver
work fine as dead bait. regional medallion. Lazarsky was third
Ok, calm down, the giant bluefin tuna are overall and the high Intermediate Junior.
here. They are coming in very close to shore, and While Dutton was crowned the State
sightings of them have been in waters a mile or so Open Champion and Regional Gold
off the beach. Catching them is a different story. Medallion winner, it was Hunter Lang of
The hardcore tuna fishermen that spend multiple Troy, N.H. who took home the State Junior
day trips on anchor are being rewarded for their Championship honors with a score of
efforts, but the typical weekend warrior has had 1086-23x. Mike Jerome of Halifax, Mass.
limited success. The dogfish or newly branded was the second Intermediate Junior with a
Cape Cod Shark has recently come into the area score of 1077-19x.
from the northwest corner of Stellwagon Bank Ricky Miller receives second place.
Co-Captains of the Hudson
outside of Gloucester all the way up to Northern Fish and Game Clubs Junior
Joel Cox of Enfield, Conn., holds a 40-plus-inch
Jeffreys Ledge in Maine. This creates an added Rifle team Elizabeth Dutton
striped bass.
aggravation to tuna fishing in that these pesky and Tyler Lane won the State
sharks destroy bait and tackle before the tuna get Courtesy photos Team Championship over the
a chance to eat. Ferrybrook Junior Rifle Team
Speaking of sharks there have been several made up of Hunter Lang and
sightings of great white sharks and even one Rachel Brown of Gilsum,
where the angler caught and released a white N.H., with a total team score
shark. To me this comes as no surprise with the of 2144-39x over Ferrybrooks
amount of seals we have residing on the North 2018-33x .
Shore. Also, reports of mako and porbeagle
sharks being caught behind the Isle of Shoals.
My theory is the reason why the bait fishing has
been hit or miss is these large sharks and tuna
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12 - July 21, 2017

Alvirne Ice Hockey Supporters Take to the Links
by Len Lathrop playing with best ball rules, almost

Sixteen years and counting as family, friends and community anyone can keep up and complete
members gathered at Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield to do the course before lunch. Did I
three things. First and foremost, to support the ice hockey program, mention beer in a cart that comes
which is not a complete taxpayer-funded program at the high school to you while on the fairway ... just a
and, of course, to see who the best golfers are who come away with mention.
a trophy, and third, to see who had the tallest tale chronicling their For those of you who are not
morning adventure on the links. As it is a shotgun start and teams golfers, shotgun means that everyone
starts at the same time from different
Staff photos by Len Lathrop tee boxes, thus you are not waiting
for tee times. Best ball means that
if you shank one into the pond, you
are only out the cost of the ball, as
everyone plays from the best lie of
the foursome. So, if someone can
drive it straight and keep it in the
fairway, everyone plays from that
ball, which is a very good thing.
There are raffles for donated prizes Finishing on the 17th are Andover High School Hockey Coach Chris Kuchar; David Mintz from Gatorade, a
and gift certificates donated by area tournament sponsor; and their friend, Christian Bleidt. His putt was successful.
businesses, and prizes for the long
drive and the closest to the pin.
Some golfers took it very seriously, and many wanted to do better
but were having fun. Now, if you had skill or luck or both and got
a hole-in-one, you would win a one-year lease of a $20,000, 3D
printer to the Hudson school of your choice. This wonderful prize
was offered from Lisa Gillespie Griffin, senior account executive
of New Valence Robots. Sadly, no one made a hole-in-one. There
is no mention of those who did not come close as most of what
happens at Passaconaway stays at Passaconaway.
As announced during lunch by Jeff Hudgins, outgoing president
of Friends of Alvirne Ice Hockey, 19 teams played and $5,000 was
raised. Taking home honors were Mike Adams for the shot closest
to the pin at 1 foot 4 inches and Matt Lubinski for the longest drive.
On the 10th hole, a par 5, are Bill White, Mike Adams, Roger Coutu and The first-place team was made up of Mike and Brett Pitre with Jeff
Malcolm Price; they were hoping to reach the green in 3. and Jay Pascoe; they were 15 under par.

The winning foursome scoring 15 under: Mike and Brett Pitre with Jeff

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