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March 12, 2010

LHS Honors

The following students were named to the high honor and honor rolls at Lebanon High School for the second quarter.

Grade 9: High Honors: Geoffrey Blike, Mary Caffrey, Connor Greeley, Haley Jones, Erin McClory, Brooke Morgan, Leanna Travis; Honors: Taylor Anderson, Benjamin Becker, Gabriel Blanche, Phoebe Buckman, Nikayla Cartier, Alyssa Goucher, Liane Holdowsky, John Hunt, Mariana Del-Valle Marcano, Daniel Martin, Colette Schmidt

Grade 10: High Honors: Jennifer Arnold, Zachary Bessette; Honors: Emily Broughton, Michael Cyphers, Cody Dziegelewski, Alyssa Goucher, Jillian Malnati, Emma Richard, Kenneth Stitt, Leo Wallin

Grade 11: High Honors: Sarah Caffrey, Danielle Field, Colleen Gilliatt, Haleigh Paquette, Madeleine Wells-Bogue; Honors: Christine Collier, Dalton Covel, Jeremy Marsh, Katherine Siegel, Michael Willis

Grade 12: High Honors: Joshua Cyphers, Jayson Martin; Honors: Tammy Chou, Sarah Eigenbrode, Owen Hagan, Emily Holland, Nicholas Kierstad, Christopher Lane, Arianna Marks, Tamara Marks, Nichole Mitchell, Chelsea Ordway, Kyle Paquette, Rebecca Valente, Ellie Valliere, Gregory Williams

Congratulations to all of you and keep up the great work!


Blood pressure and foot clinic

Blood pressure and foot clinic with the Lake Sunapee Region Visiting Nurses and Hospice will be held 9:30 a.m. to noon March 16 at the Grantham Town Hall. Free blood pressure screenings. Basic toenail care Ė a soak, trim, file, clean and lotion Ė is $20; if you have diabetes, the cost is $25 and you will need a doctorís order for the foot care. Call 526-4077 to schedule a time.


The Big Read March 18

Iím so excited! Iím in the final stages of rereading To Kill a Mockingbird for the March 18 Big Read book discussion hosted by Dunbar Free Library at 7 p.m. in the Grantham Town Hall. (Iíve read it so much that the back cover finally fell off!)

Free books and discussion materials are available at the library. This event is free and open to the public, and teens are encouraged to attend. Hope to see many of you there.


Baseball, softball clinics in Sunapee

Sunapee Recreation is offering two great clinics to get you ready for the spring season!

Baseball Pitching Clinic with varsity coach Tom Frederick, March 20 at Sunapee High School. 9-10:30 a.m. for boys in grades 3 and 4; 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., grades 5 and 6. Cost is $15 for non-residents.


Softball Clinic with Harry Blood, March 21 at Sunapee High School. Learn and refine the skills of windmill pitching from 10 a.m. to noon; skills clinic, 12:30-3 p.m. Cost is $25/session or $40/both.

Reserve space by e-mailing Scott Blewitt at


Eastman Lake Ice Out Contest

Entry forms are available now throughout Grantham for the annual Eastman Lake Ice Out contest. Pick up a form and fill in the chart to predict the exact time that the cement block will fall through the ice for your chance to win a share of the $350 pot.

Join in the fun and donate to a great cause: the Eastman Charitable Foundation, which has given grants to many Grantham entities, including GVS and the Park and Ride Tree fund.

All entries must be postmarked no later than midnight March 31 to be eligible for one of three prizes. Winners will be announced at the Chowda Suppa on April 25.


Raffles continue

Lebanon High School Project Graduation is selling raffle tickets for two separate drawings: a lovely, queen-sized quilt made by Granthamís own Jill Williams $1 each or six for $5); and two tickets to a Red Sox/Yankee game on Oct. 2 ($5 each or sox for $20). I have raffle tickets for the baseball game and can get quilt tickets if anyone would like. Just let me know at


Thanks for donations

The Upper Valley Humane Society thanks all who contributed to the box that was in the Grantham Town Hall foyer during the month of February. If anyone would like to make further donations, you can do so at UVHS directly (448-6888/



ē Grantham United Methodist Church offers Sunday service at 10 a.m. each week.

ē The town has a food collection box in the town hall foyer. Food donations are brought alternately to The Listen Center and the Newport Food Pantry.

ē In addition to the food collection box, there is a box to collect new stuffed animals for Turnings Points Network.

ē Visit for official minutes, meeting dates and more.

ē Donít forget to send your news or events at least two weeks in advance to


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