The Messenger – March 4, 2011

The Messenger March 4, 2011 CoverIn This Issue

Laconia Bank aids Crotched Foundation

Laconia Savings Bank is proud to support the Crotched Mountain Foundation with a $1,000 donation to sponsor the Boston Bruins Alumni verses the Monadnock Wild hockey game. The $20,500in proceeds raised from the hockey game will directly benefit the Crotched Mountain Accessible Recreation and Sports program, allowing disabled children and adults to experience all the joys that universally accessible sports bring.“

H-D DECA students shine at State Meet

DECA’s year started off slowly at Hillsboro-Deering after graduating 27 seniors in 2010. We fully expected this year to be a rebuilding year. We brought 24 to ‘States’ and from that 15 are moving on – I’d say that is pretty good!

Jesse Levine says ‘Thank you and goodbye’

In a recent column, departing Town Administrator Jesse Levine expressed her thoughts on leaving New london after 10 years. “New London has meant the world to me, and I owe a debt of gratitude to everyone I have worked with over the years. In many ways, I feel like I grew up here; I arrived in 2000 as a child and will leave as an adult (more or less), having grown from the experiences of personal and professional challenges. I look back on my time in New London with pride at what we accomplished, sorrow over the people we lost, and affection for the people I will leave behind.

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