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Hospital employees facing salary & beneﬁt cuts
Faced with declining revenues in a The plan includes initiatives to increase does not include any layoffs in an effort to
poor economy, Monadnock Community revenue while decreasing expenses but ensure financial stability.
Hospital has announced a second round of
In February 2009, the hospital an-
nounced cuts to salaries and wages in an
effort to avoid layoffs, and last week, the
hospital announced a new financial plan to
stave off the downward trend in health care
Starting in January, all employees,
in-cluding physicians, will be subject to a
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The Messenger Publisher’s Perspective by Leigh Bosse
A Publication of They Still Don’t Get it! than return funds to the taxpayers.
Granite Quill Publishers The Hillsboro-Deering School Board This year, they are looking to do more
Your Hometown Weekly Since 1868 and SAU #34 are apparently oblivious to of the same. The initial SAU budget request
A Tradition Worth Keeping! the economic hardships the rest of us are was a 7% increase, including raises, and
246 West Main Street • PO Box 1190 facing. Other school districts reacted to the the school board, which had another
situation last year: The ConVal Teacher’s $600,000 surplus is again asking for an
Hillsboro, NH 03244-1190
contract was rejected; Hopkinton Inde- increase. And, yet another year has passed
Phone: 464-3388 • Fax: 603-464-4106 pendent School closed; Sunapee’s school and the board has done nothing to get rid
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org budget was up less that 1 %; Bow teachers of the “evergreen clause” in the teacher’s
www.granitequill.com surrendered pay raises and benefits; Goffs- contract which guarantees more money
town cut $691,000 from its school budget; each year even if a new contract agreement
STAFF ConVal administrators did not seek raises; is not reached.
Publisher: Leigh Bosse Hopkinton teachers accepted reductions; In this issue of The Messenger you
Editor: Joyce Bosse and Goffstown asked teachers to renegotiate will read how Monadnock Hospital has
Graphics: Christi Macomber their contract. Hillsboro and Deering, on the announced another round of salary cuts
other hand, not only increased spending but and how the ConVal School Board expects
Design/Layout: Gail Stratos
also added staff positions. To add insult to to cut over 21 full time employees. It’s time
Sales Reps: Deborah Belanger
injury, when they discovered a surplus, they for the H-D Board to take the same cost
DEADLINE: built a new $50,000 storage building rather saving measures.
Monday at 5 PM prior to Fri. publication.
We will be responsible for errors in advertise-
ments only to the extent of correcting the
OPINION letters to the editor
same in the next issue using space equal to
the items in error. Dear Messenger: ordinators and hundreds of volunteers, our
As the Living History Event planning local program specialist volunteers - you
We will print signed letters to the edi-
and follow-up winds down for 2010, we are amazing, our donors and grantors
tor on a space available basis. Letters wish to thank those groups who provided who help financially to fill in the gaps, our
should be no more than 250 words, such strong support over the past year. incredible re-enactors, our schools in many
typed or e-mailed. Letters must be Without the numerous hours donated numerous ways, and both the Messenger
signed but names may be excluded
by many of you to make this event come and Villager newspapers who both assisted
together and without the strong financial with advertising and articles on the event.
PHOTO SUBMISSIONS: support of the business community here We would also like to thank our hosts, the
We encourage individuals and groups to sub-
mit photos of their events or activities, either and in surrounding towns, there wouldn’t Hillsborough Historical Society who do a
by mail or e-mail. be a Living History Event showcasing the lot both financially and on a volunteer basis
CORRECTIONS POLICY: unique history and beauty of the Hillsbor- to ensure this event goes forward.
We strive every day to present full, fair and ough area. We also want to introduce new
accurate news reports. We will correct, in this We particularly want to take note of members of this coming year’s Steering
space, factual inaccuracies in our coverage. the following groups who are integral to Committee: Beth Pritchard, Gail Johnson,
We encourage readers to tell us if we have
made a mistake. the success of this event: Our business Trim Hahn, and Jean Gannon. Thank you
community who were extremely thought- all for volunteering your services. We look
Also from the The Granite Quill: ful and generous during what is a very forward to a wonderful 3rd year as we plan
stressful economy; the site coordinators at together and get ready for LHE2011.
IN New Hampshire the Homestead, Jones Road, Hillsborough The 2010 Living History Event Steering
Your Guide to What’s Happening in the Granite State Center, and the Downtown managed by Committee Abby, Bonnie, Ellie, Kathy,
Hillsborough Pride; our volunteer co- Linda, and Ginks
A Guide for New Hampshire’s Active Seniors
NH Homes & Home
Improvement TRUE THEN • TRUE TODAY
A Guide for NH Home Owners & Home Seekers My reading of history convinces me that most bad government
results from too much government. ~ Thomas Je erson
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Chamber honors Shattuck & Livingstons
The Hillsborough Chamber of Com- the Year. Owned and operated by Gene and neighbors have been touched by the care and
merce is pleased to announce that the 2010 Marianne Livingston (auto repair) and Steve generosity quietly extended by the Livingston
Citizen of the Year is Gilman Shattuck. Gil and Samantha Livingston (Arctic Cat), Liv- family and their business. Father and son are
Shattuck has demonstrated his dedication ingston’s enjoys a well-deserved reputation long-time firefighters with the Hillsborough
to the Town of Hillsborough through his for serving their customers and their commu- Fire Department. Gene is a retired fireman
efforts to preserve Hillsborough’s past, most nity with integrity and conscientiousness. and Steve serves as Assistant Fire Chief.
notably cataloging the Town’s priceless Hillsborough area organizations, including The awards will be presented at the
Manahan Phelps McCulloch Photo Collec- the Chamber of Commerce, have benefited Hillsborough Chamber of Commerce’s An-
tion. He has served as a state legislator since from Livingston’s sponsorship of events nual Awards Dinner on Saturday, Jan. 29,
2005. A New Hampshire native, Gil and and volunteer efforts, while customers and 2011 at the American Legion Post.
his wife Sieglinde (“Sissy”) have made their
home in Hillsborough. Livingston’s Auto OZRAM FIRST Robotics Team sold
Repair and Arctic Cat is the 2010 Business of tickets to a Monarchs game as a fund
raiser, and earned the opportunity to
have their Tin Man V robot perform on
ON THE COVER: the ice between periods 1 and 2. Tin
Man V kicked the most balls, and quali-
santa listens to “Your Local Weekly Since 1868
� A Tradition Worth Keeping” ﬁed to have a human player, Chase
FREE � OUR 142nd YEAR
St. Laurent from Stark, score goals
between periods 2 and 3. Chase scored
� ISSUE 51 � DECEMBER
six goals from the blue line, and earned
list during a shot from the red line for a $100. He
Deering’s nailed it! Tin Man V has had an excellent
2010 season! The 2011 FIRST Robot-
Christmas Party ics game challenge will be unveiled in
last saturday. Last Minute Gift
January and we’re gearing up!
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Last Sunday, Hillsborough firefighters rescued an elderly man
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Call 800-776-3872 The fire started in the breeze-way that connects Fred Hill’s garage to
the kitchen of his 25 Center Road home.
His wife, Sally, managed to get out safely and told Fire Chief
Kenny Stafford and Deputy Chief Scott Murdough that her husband,
who has a walking disability, was lying on the kitchen floor and
couldn’t get up on his own. Stafford said he, Murdough and Police
Capt. Darren Remillard tried to force their way inside, but didn’t
have breathing gear and were pushed back by thick black smoke.
Firefighters later managed to carry him out safely.
H ous e to C el eb ConVal schools to cut 21 positions
O p e n t t o n ’s R e t i r a t e Faced with the rising costs of employee health benefits and
Du r eme n
J a ne
retirement plans, the ConVal School Board has developed a budget
t proposal for the 2011-2012 school year that calls for an overall
budget increase of less than half a percent. In order to achieve that
Jane Dutton will be retiring January 1st after 38 years goal, officials are proposing a reduction in staff of 21.5 full-time-
of dedicated service to our firm. Doug, equivalent positions.
Margaret-Ann, Steve and staff are Jobs that would be dropped include six elementary school teach-
extending an invitation to all who have ing positions and one middle school teaching position, four special-
had an opportunity to get to know Jane education teaching jobs, and three general-education paraprofes-
to stop by our office on December 29th sional jobs and 13 1/2 special education paraprofessional jobs.
between 3 and 5 to help us celebrate
and wish her the best.
Pair of Harvard professors found guilty
Husband and wife Harvard Medical School professors have
pleaded no contest to hosting an underage drinking party in Weare
for about 70 graduating seniors at St. Paul’s School.
Theonia Boyd, 50, and Jon Wesley Boyd, 47, recently pleaded
Hillsborough No Contest to two charges each, one of prohibited sale of alcohol
8 School Street, HIllsborough, NH 03244-0013 and a second of facilitating an underage alcohol house party. Each
Tel: 603-464-5578 paid $558 in fines, but they face no jail time or probation.
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Brent Smith, 26, of Deering have been charged with armed robbery
in relation to a home invasion at a house on Second NH Turnpike.
After forcibly robbing an elderly man of his wallet the suspects
then fled the scene in a vehicle, but were identified, arrested and
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ducted a search at a residence in Hillsborough for evidence from the
copper thefts, and arrests are expected in the future.
Roof top burglar surrenders to police
A New England College student barricaded himself in his apart-
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the Town applied for a hazard mitigation program grant to repair LXR
Lamson Lane, and it finally appears that the grant will be funded.
This would require the Town to come up with $110,000 in matching
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Newport applying for state grant
Public Works Director Larry Wiggins with the Newport selectmen to discuss Status. Brown summarized by stating that
and Finance Director Paul Brown met STP Rural Development Grant & Project the USDA feels Newport can’t afford to do
this project without their help, but said the
State has a new proposal for funding the
state revolving loan fund, which could give
Newport 30% towards the project.
Wiggins stated they have already ap-
plied and should hear by summer. Town
Manager Daniel O’Neill said legal counsel
felt the Town was in a good position be-
cause the language stated that it would be
“up to 75%.”
O’Neill suggested that Wiggins meet
with the engineer and find out what costs
can be cut from their quote.
He added that he has concerns about
the Town’s ability to afford this project
and that if they did not get grant money
Henniker Rotary Club President John Capuco thanks Steve Gratton, CEO of the Lovering or a significant low interest loan, they may
Family Foundation, for his presentation to the club on the importance of the proper use of be better off taking the chance of non-
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Events: Community bulletin board
PHOTOS WANTED: For the 2010 Town Report, we 8 pm. Bring a song if you’ve got one you’re comfort- out the SAU 34 web site: www.hdsd.org or e-mail:
are inviting Hillsborough residents to submit pictures able singing without accompaniment and wear email@example.com.
they have taken around town of scenery or events that comfortable clothing. We’ll be having you sing, read FRIDAY JANUARY 7
happened in 2010. We will be choosing one or more from the script and do some movement. Rehearsals CONCERT: The Open Door Co ee House at Smith
to appear on the cover of the report with recognition. will start January 4th and will be Monday, Tuesday, Church. You won’t believe the talent of these local
Please submit pictures via email in a jpg format to Thursday and Friday evenings as well as some Saturday musicians.
wendchillsboroughnh.net by January 14, 2011. If you afternoons. For more information about the production SATURDAY JANUARY 8
have any questions you can call 464-3877 ext. 223. and our theatre got to www.hdsd.org and to make an CONTRA DANCE: The Monadnock Folklore Society
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18 appointment for an audition call 568-5102 or e-mail: presents the Nelson Second Saturday Contra Dance on
CANDLE LIGHT SERVICE: The Union Chapel of Hills- firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan 8th. Dancing begins at 8:00pm, with a short work-
boro’s Lower Village Candle Light Holiday Service on FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 shop beforehand. Beginners and singles are welcome
Saturday December 18th at 7pm. All are welcome. DEERING CHURCH: The Deering Community Church and all dances are taught throughout the evening. Ad-
Dress warmly. Refreshments and fellowship to follow. is extending a warm welcome to all for these upcom- mission is $8 or $6 for students and seniors. The dance
CHRISTMAS PARTY: Your American Legion Auxiliary ing Special Christmas Services: Friday, December 24, takes place in the historic Town Hall in Nelson, NH.
is proud to sponsor this year Christmas Party for chil- at 5:00pm. Request your favorite carols. Candlelight PANCAKE BREAKFAST: The Hillsboro NH Scholars
dren from 11-1pm. There will be crafts, food and fun closing with Silent Night. and FBLA will be hosting their rst pancake breakfast
and Santa at noon time. Open to only legion member’s CHRISTMAS EVE: Candle Light Service at 5pm, on Saturday, January 8th. The event will be held at the
children and grand-children ages 0-10years. Please call December 24, 2010. East Washington Baptist Church, high school cafeteria from 8 to 11am. There will be
478-0091 to register your child and their age. all welcome. pancakes, sausage, co ee, juice and milk on the menu.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 19 CHRISTMAS EVE: Christmas Eve Candlelight Service This is an all you can eat breakfast and will cost $5 for
DEERING CHURCH: The Deering Community Church of Lessons and Carols will be held at the Washington adults and $3 for seniors and children under 10. All
is extending a warm welcome to all for these upcom- Congregational Church at 7pm on Friday, December proceeds will be split between the two organizations.
ing Special Christmas Services: Sunday, December 19, 24th. Parking is in the lot behind the church, and the SATURDAY JANUARY 15
at 10:00am Worship with Children’s Pageant. Sunday, church is fully accessible. Everyone is welcome! SNOWSHOE TOUR: Sunapee’s Webb Woods, part
December 19, at 5:00pm Vespers with lessons and MONDAY DECEMBER 27 of the Greenway’s Trail 2. Ron Wyman, 763-5822.
carols, festive reception follows. THEATRE CAMP: December 27 to 30 there will be a 3.4 miles, easy.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 20 special holiday musical theatre camp for area youth SATURDAY JANUARY 22
NUNSENSE: Auditions for the ve women who range between the ages of eight and eighteen. This camp is CROSS-COUNTRY SKI: to Spring eld’s Morgan Pond
from 16 to 96 are being held by appointment Monday being sponsored by the Hillcat Community For more from Twin Lake Villa. Call Andy Hager. Phone, 526-
and Tuesday, December 20th and 21st from 6pm to information or to register for the camp please check 2846. 5 miles, moderate for experienced skiers.
Henniker Transfer Station PUBLIC NOTICE
The Town of Hillsboro
OPEN Tuesday 12/21, 12 noon — 5 pm Transfer Station WILL BE
OPEN Thursday 12/23, 12 noon — 5 pm CLOSING at 3:00 on Thursday,
CLOSED Friday 12/24, Christmas Eve
CLOSED Saturday 12/25, Christmas Day December 24, 2010.
OPEN Sunday 12/26, 8 am — 5 pm
OPEN Tuesday 12/28, 12 noon — 5 pm PUBLIC NOTICE
OPEN Thursday 12/30, 12 noon — 5 pm HILLSBORO-DEERING SCHOOL DISTRICT
CLOSED Friday 12/31, New Year’s Eve WARRANT ARTICLES
CLOSED Saturday 1/1/2011, New Year’s Day Persons wishing to submit warrant articles for inclusion in the
OPEN Sunday 1/2/2011, 8 am — 5 pm warrant for the 2011 Hillsboro-Deering School District Warrant
must submit such warrants to the School Board, or one of its
Normal hours of operation will resume on Tuesday 1/4/2011 members, no later than Tuesday, January 11, 2011, at 4:30pm.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12 noon — 5 pm Persons wishing additional information may contact the
Saturdays and Sundays, 9 am — 5 pm. Superintendent of School’s office at 464-4466.
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Former police officer sues Weare BY SARAH CHAPIN
• • •
A former Weare police sergeant has filed a lawsuit against the
Men who use statins to lower their cholesterol are 30 percent less likely
Weare selectmen, the police chief and a lieutenant claiming he was to see their prostate cancer come back after surgery compared to men
the subject of a bogus child pornography investigation. Lou Chatel who do not use the drugs, according to research published in the
wants financial compensation, violations of his civil rights, when journal CANCER. Researchers also found that higher doses of the
he was wrongfully terminated after he filed a whistle-blower com- drugs were associated with lower risk of recurrence.
plaint last summer. • • •
Chatel said he was the subject of retaliation by Lt. James Carney The bone-strengthening drug Zollernia acid (Zosema) can help fight
metastatic breast cancer when given before surgery, suggests research
over a dispute about the handling of a drug and counterfeit money
published in The Lancet Oncology.
case in late 2009. Chatel claims Carney altered a police report in • • •
that case, and Chief Gregory Begin later contacted the attorney The use of Omega-3 supplements is effective among patients with
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food and drink. Many brought donations for the Henniker Food
Pantry. Henniker Food Pantry Board members were presented with
FUEL a donation from the Henniker Chamber of $250. The Chamber
OILS also presented the Food Pantry with cash donations and nearly 200
items of food.
LP GAS Pat St. Laurence from the Henniker Food Pantry said, “We are
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John Bruss, Susan McKevitt and Kate Dobrowski represent-
ing the Bradford Area Community Center met with the selectmen
LJM Construction, LLC to discuss the Bradford Area Community Center Director’s Job
Description and Responsibilities.
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Peterborough man charged with felony
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National Commander candidate visits NH Legions
Photo and text by Richard L. Dahlgren criss-crossed the state visiting 12 Posts, one the shipment leaving in December for Iraq
Fang Wong, the lead candidate for next District and the Nashua Armory. and Afghanistan.
year’s National American Legion Com- One of the highlights of his trip was Wong not only visited NH Posts but
mander, paid a visit to New Hampshire witnessing the presentation of 1000 per- also “broke bread” with the Post members,
over the weekend of November 19-21, 2010, sonalized Christmas cards to Paul Moore, their wives and families. He had a chance
accompanied by his wife, Barbara Wong. co-founder of Moore-Mart at the armory to meet the various Post Commanders and
Retired from the Army as a Warrant Officer, in Nashua. These cards were designed, listen to their concerns and offer some sage
his Post is in Chinatown, Manhattan, NY. printed and written by inmates at the State advice based upon his experience.
With NH Department Commander Prison in Berlin, NH and had been given He mentioned that prior to coming to
Frank Anderson, Department Adjutant to Jack Neylon on one of his visits there. NH, he had visited 31 different states and
Dave Meaney, National Executive Com- Moore-Mart regularly ships packages to found that NH was one of the most cordial
mitteeman Jack Neylon and several of service personnel around the world and and hospitable places; he felt very comfort-
the Department Vice-Commanders, he these cards were going to be included in able on this visit.
The American Legion has 55 Depart-
ments in the 50 states, the District of
Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto
Rico, France, Mexico and the Philippines,
consisting of 2.5 million members.
Great Brook School
of the Month
GRaDe 8: Anala Adkins, Jamie
Ammon, Joel Barwood, Heather Brown,
Shauna Driscoll, BizhdeBah Kelly, Kyler
Mose, Monica Pierson, Allee Proctor, Olivia
L-R Barbara Wong, Fang Wong, Paul Moore, Jack Neylon, Frank Anderson, Bob Blais. Proctor, Megan Stanley, Julianna Stone,
Living at Hillsboro House
GRaDe 7: McKenzie Armstrong,
Hunter Anderson, Ivy Battaglia, Cameron
Brissette, Chelsea Broderick, McKenzie
BY GINGER JOHNSON Christiansen, Dalton Coyne, Andria Dara-
gon, Kayla Rose Davie, Allyson Fife, Molly
Excitement is in the air as the holidays approach think we all agree the acting was superb and the
Graves, Maddie Harvey, Lauren Paquette,
at the Hillsboro House Nursing Home. We have singing was delightful. We would like to thank
just finished decorating our Christmas Trees and Brenda and Kayleen for their time and big cars to get Veronika Raczek, Jordan Robertson, Ash-
making Gingerbread Houses. According to Angus everyone there. ley Ruston, Katy Taylor, Lexi Williams.
the dog, the Gingerbread houses are very beautiful This year at the Hillsboro House, we are starting GRaDe 6: KJ Ammon, Liam Bald-
and tasty too! a new tradition of having a Holiday party for resi-
We have a new pet at the Hillsboro House. His dents and staff in place of the Open House. Pianist win, Allyson Beckman, Colin Brinkley,
name is Buster the Cat and he is extremely affection- Robert Kelly will be joining us for this festive occa- Mackenzie Burnside, Beau Edes, Meaghan
ate. He is perfectly content to spend most of his days sion to play the residents’ favorite Christmas classics. Farrell, Hannah Fitzgerald, Sylvie Holding,
lounging around in Ken Grant’s room sleeping on Residents celebrating a birthday this month are: Breanna Lester, April Paine, Jill Pierson,
the sunny windowsill. Lately, however, he has shown Ruth Jones 25th and Cliff Blanchard 31st. The staff
some interest in Billy the Bird in the Solarium. We’ll and residents at the Hillsboro House would like to
Jeff Pinkham, Jonathan Pope, Brandon
have to see how that friendship works out! wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Rajaniemi, Joseph Ricco, Gianna Ricco,
There have been some wonderful visitors New Year! Carly Storro, Taryn Wing.
stopping by to sing Christmas Carols and volunteer GRaDe 5: Rhiannon Bell, Skye
their time. A special thank you to Linda Brake’s Girl Hillsboro House Nursing Home is a Medicare-
Scout troop for the wonderful ornaments made for Civitella, Sarah Dauphinais, Lily Denehy,
Certified Rehabilitation and Long Term Care
the residents! We are expecting some more visits Facility serving communities from Antrim to Shea Ellis, Hattie Kendall, Bailey Kirkpat-
from school children and a group of piano students Warner for more than forty years. Our telephone rick, Anna Murphy, Hunter Salamy, Sarah
with Barbara Daley later this month. number is (603) 464-5561. David Irwin, Tyler, Mackenzie Wetherill, Domimque
Last month, we ventured out in the cold to see Administrator. Daina Hilchey, RN, DNS.
“A Christmas Carol, the Musical” in Concord. I Wheeler, Isabel Wilder, Manon Anne Win-
chester, Riley Young.
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Obituaries: Friends & neighbors remembered
andrew J. Lawson Hillsboro, NH 03244. David Feather
DEERING - Andrew J. Lawson, 72, Virginia Dow Brennan DEERING - David Feather, 85, of West
of 7 Longwoods Road, died December 12, WEARE - Virginia (Ginny) Dow Bren- Deering, NH died Sunday December 5, 2010
2010, at his home. Mr. nan, 90, of 37 Quaker Street, died Dec. 13, at the Concord Hos-
Lawson was born in 2010, at her home surrounded by three pital. Born May 18,
Deering on April 25, generations of her family. Ginny was born 1925 in Springfield,
1938, the son of Rob- in Weare on May 1, 1920, the daughter of Vt, to Smith & Edith
ert and Ruth (Davy) Harry Dow and Gladys (White) Dow. (Morse) Feather.
Lawson. The family Her family includes her husband, Joe Survived by his
includes his wife and Brennan, who died in 2002; one son, Arthur wife Jean D (McAl-
partner of 30 years, Brennan and his wife Nancy of Weare; a ister) Feather, of
Linda (Dumais) Law- daughter, Jean Stafford and her husband, West Deering, NH,
son of Deering; one Andrew Lawson William (Bill) Stafford of Weare; a daughter, 3 daughters, JoAnn David Feather
son, Mark A. Lawson Joan Brennan Boyle and her husband, Gary Druscilla Feather Bar-
and his wife Audrey, of Hillsborough; one Boyle, of Littleton; and a daughter, Jane rett, of Hillsboro, NH, Linda Mae Feather
daughter, Patricia A. Gregg, of Washington; Brennan of Weare. Grandchildren are Molly and Heidi Jean Feather, of both of West
two step-sons, Allen L. Grendell and his Brennan of Chicago, Illinois; Kate Bren- Deering, NH; 1 brother, James Feather, of
partner Robyn, of Bennington and Mark J. nan of Jackson, Wyoming; Mike Stafford Rochester, NH; 2 grandsons, several nieces
Grendell of Deering; two grandsons, Connor of Weare; Jenny Gordon and her husband and nephews and nousins.
and Colton Gregg, of Washington; three Josh Gordon of Bow; Connor Boyle of Bos- Donations may be made in his name
step-grandsons, Lucas and Brandon Gren- ton, Massachusetts; Kerry Boyle of Woods- to the Deering Rescue Squad RR1 Box 166
dell, of Bennington and Zackary Grendell ville; Cavan Boyle of Boston, Massachusetts; Deering, NH 03244.
of Connecticut; three step-granddaughters, River Clegg of New Haven, Connecticut; and
Mariah Brennan Clegg of Williamstown,
(Douglas) Glenn Harwood
Felisha Grendell, of Washington, Britney NEWBURY - (Douglas) Glenn Harwood,
Grendell, of Deering and Shauna Driscoll, Massachusetts. Great-grandchildren are
60, passed away peacefully in his sleep
of Bennington. He also leaves one brother, Logan Gordon and Ally Gordon of Bow; and
on Thanksgiving morning, after a brave
James Lawson and wife Helen of Bar- Diana Stafford and Haley Stafford of Weare.
22-month battle with cancer. He was in the
rington, NH and two sisters, Mabel Ager Ginny was predeceased by her sisters,
warm company of his family circle, includ-
and husband Donald of Hillsborough and Rosamond (Rosie) Colburn of Weare, and
ing his wife of 32 years, Donna (Gallup);
Charlotte Groves and husband Larry of Rebecca (Becky or Bec) Moore of Weare.
their loyal black Lab, Tobey; and his son,
South Carolina. He was predeceased by his Ginny also had many nieces and nephews
Brady, of whom he was so proud, and his
parents, Robert and Ruth Lawson and by and grandnieces and nephews.
girlfriend, Addy, and their loyal black Lab,
one brother, Robert Lawson. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations
In lieu of flowers, memorial dona- may be made to the Concord Regional VNA
Glenn was born in Beverly, Mass., on
tions may be made to the Deering Rescue Hospice Care, The Slusser Center, Develop-
Dec. 22, 1949, to his parents, Janet (Arm-
Squad, P.O. Box 166, Deering, NH 03244 or ment Office, 30 Pillsbury Street, Concord,
strong) Harwood and Douglas Harwood.
Hillsborough Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 350 NH 03301.
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there. 26 Hanover free throws provided the margin of victory. New-
• Fax 464-5742 603.478.5621 comer Morgan Church led the Cougars with 9 points.
Keith A. Murdough, Licensed & Insured John Stark 46 Goffstown 27
The Generals led 14-4 after one and never looked back in a
home opening win. Katie Cullerot led all scorers with 12 followed by
Mark Lawson Erica Vailancourt with 10.
DAVID Automotive Milford 51 ConVal 49
BOURGOINE Complete Auto The Cougars lost their season opener to Milford. Morgan Lowe
Logging and Land
Maintenance & Repair netted 14 points followed by Marena Brock with 12. Mallory Siros
Clearing and Whole
Tree Chipping State Inspections pulled down 11 boards.
Seasoned Firewood Car-Truck-Motorcycles HOCKEY
$250.00 per cord John Stark 5 Kennett 4
Will buy Standing Timber. 288 Beard Road
Hillsborough, NH Simon Hunter had 3 goals and an assist while Nick Saball and
924-9759 Dylan Payea each scored a goal and added 3 assists.
K NAPTON JESSE JAMES CARPENTRY Newport selectmen honor football team
Chairman Virginia Irwin read a proclamation from the New-
DONALDE J. SOLOMON
READE & WOODS
Jesse J. Lavoie • Carpenter port Board of Selectmen which congratulated the Newport High
School Tigers Football Team for their recent championship win and
405 W. Main St.
A MEMBER OF THE DAVIS & TOWLE GROUP
presented it to Mr. Johnson, Chairman of the School Board.
Hillsboro, NH 03244
2 2 S c h o o l S t re e t Henniker Youth Hockey
H i l l s b o ro , N H 0 3 2 4 4 Interior • Exterior
HOME AUTO The Henniker Huskies Edmunds Ace Hardware Squirt Team
Drywall • Siding • Roofing
BUSINESS were defeated against NH East Sunday afternoon. Barry Quentin
LIFE HEALTH Windows • Doors • and More
OINE 6 0 3 . 4 7 8 . 5 6(603) 325-5563
DONALD E. KNAPTON, JR. CIC
and Jacob Cole played well defensively in the first period while
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second. In the third period Jeremiah Barry and Paul Molnar each
Land T O N Y R I C C I O Insured
Licensed & NAUGHTON & SON scored a goal to bring the final score to 5-2
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The TDS Telecom Henniker Huskies Mites Black team came out
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scoring with 2 quick goals in the 1st period. Harrison Briggs scored
in the 2nd period to make the score 3-0 Huskies. Noah Urban was
• Roll-offs (15 to 40 yds)
I N S U R• A •N C E
Leak Repairs • Containers (2 to 10 yds) superb in goal, 3-1 Huskies would be the final score. Andrew and
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The Henniker Mites Red team lost to Keene 2-1. Cabot Lineber-
ry scored for the Huskies, while Dylan Clarke and Nolan Willough-
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CLASSIFIEDS: Messenger classified ads get results!
ANIMALS LAND FOR SALE
FINANCIAL HELP: for spaying & altering of 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE ON LAND!
dogs & cats. 224-1361 before 2 PM. In conjunction with purchase of a modular “Your Local Weekly Since 1968 • A Tradition Worth Keeping”
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RATES ARE LOW! CONCORD HOME
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Bdrm, updated Kitchen & bath, new rugs, -----------------------------------------------------------
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BOSCAWEN - 2bd/1ba $67,900
able immediately. $900/month plus utilities.
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7AM - 7PM.
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PITTSFIELD - 3bd/2ba $87,900
only $45! 2 ads per household per week.
Ad may run up to 4 issues,
FOR SALE Ad runs until item sells!
SOMERSWORTH - 2bd/1ba $59,900 space permitted.
1989 32’ OVERLANDER MOTOR HOME: Concord Home Sales
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We now are an authorized dealer
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Pain Reduction; Functional Restoration
190 W. MAIN STREET, HILLSBORO
• IN THE SAME BUILDING AS JD FOODS,
NEXT TO WYMAN’S CHEVROLET.
ISO Products Video Rentals Four years at this location
PHONE: (603) 464-4261
Restore your old seat!
Hrs: Tu-Sat 9am - 5pm
• Evenings by Appointment
405 Beard Rd., Hillsboro, NH
464-4300 FAX: (603) 464-5461
478-5722 River’s Edge Plaza, Hillsboro, NH Caring for a community of needs
December Special! GSM Creations
Geraldine Sue McQuade
Designs by Sue
Service Fee! Necklaces, Bracelets, Anklets, Trends Of Fashion
Bookmarks & Earrings
Bring in a toy Full Service Family Salon
& Beads (Metal & Glass) I do house & office cleaning. MEN~WOMEN~CHILDREN
up a child’s Serving Our Community Since 1995
Christmas! Repair of Willing to run errands and Tues.11-6, Wed. & Thurs. 11-8, Fri. 9-5, Sat. 7-2
And help Curves celebrate broken favorites do light yardwork too! GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE
their One Year Anniversary, Beading Supplies
49 Henniker Street,
& Findings for Sale
1736 Valley Rd. ¥ Washington, NH 03280
464-9043 Paula Brissette ~ Owner/Stylist
46 Main Street, Antrim, NH
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