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JOY

My favorite thing about the holidays is getting the family together and most especially my 7 grandchildren! Pictured are (in front)Evan, Tristan, Sydnie, Chloe, Baby Julianne, (back)Matt and Robbie joined by Sarai and Emily. Happy Holidays to all! Grammy Deb/MiMi, Loudon

Dorothy Hill's Oh Henry Bars!

Oh Henry Bars.

 

Ingredients:

Base:

2/3 cup butter

1 cup brown sugar

4 cups rolled oats

1/2 cup corn syrup

3 teaspoons vanilla

Pinch of salt

 

Icing:

1 cup chocolate chips

2/3 cup peanut butter

 

DIRECTIONS:

Base:

Cream butter and sugar. Add rolled oats, syrup, vanilla and salt. Blend well.

Press into a 9 by 13 inch pan.

Bake for 10 to 12 minutes at 375 degrees F. DO NOT OVERBAKE OR IT WILL TURN ROCK HARD!

Remove from oven and let cool.

Icing:

A Hill Family Vacation

The Hill/McNamara family on vacation years ago.
In the 1960's and 1970's, we used to vacation all over the Northeast, and New England was a favorite destination.
Pictured left to right:
My grandmother Helen Hill, me (George Vreeland Hill), my sister Diane, Ruth McNamara, my brother Nelson, and my mother Dorothy.
My mom always loved to cook.
Check out a favorite recipe (in the recipe section) she used to make when we kids were growing up!
Oh Henry Bars!!

Stop The ACLU Before They Ruin Your Town.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has become a threat to the safety and economy of this country.
This is the same organization that has been successful in stopping the Pledge of Allegiance in our schools, ending Christmas displays on public property, and other things that we Americans hold dear.
They do these things when one person complains, but don't take into account the feelings of everyone else.
Now, they have sided with the illegal immigrants who are populating our towns and cities while causing economic chaos and a sharp rise in crime.
In Hazleton, Pennsylvania, the ACLU sent many lawyers to protect the "rights" of illegals who are draining the city of money and causing other problems.

Three Generations in Northampton, Mass

L-R back: Patricia and William Shearer Darcy,Concord, NH; Alice and David Shearer; Marjorie Shearer and Gregory Neubauer with Caboose.
front: Peter Shearer with Buck, Ian Gallagher Shearer (5 weeks), Daniel Gallagher.

We celebrated the adoption of Baby Ian, who, with Peter, Dan,and Buck traveled from NYC.

The Rogers-Bartlett Christmas

Pictured are (from left to right) Alta Rogers, Vito "The Pug" Corleone Rogers-Bartlett and Michael Bartlett. All at the Bartlett-Rogers home on Jay Drive in Concord.

Good news this year is that everyone is healthy and Vito's show on CCTV continues to spotlight animal and pet life in Concord with more and more animals.

Katherine Rogers
Concord

Indoor Soccer

Indoor Soccer
Registration will begin January 8th for full members and January 15th for program members at the Concord Family YMCA for Indoor Soccer. The YMCA offers an 8 week game session. Teams are formed by grades (k-2, and 3-4). This indoor soccer program allows everyone to play every game. The full member price is $35 and program member fee is $52. Register at the Concord Family YMCA 15 N. State St. - 228-9622

The Hickey family

This is Santa at the Hickeys' residence on Christmas Eve. Starting on the left is Oliver Blasdell, age 7; Santa, age unknown; Autumn Blasdell, age 5; and John Sanborn, age 9.

The picture was taken by my granddaughter, Karen Sanborn. Actually Karen is a reporter for the Nashua Telegraph. That is our good news for 2006. Adam Sanborn, our oldest grandson, traveled the most miles. He was here from Indiana.

Anita Hickey, Concord

The tots will play

Says Dave Cummings, who sent us this photo: The Concord Board of Realtors recently collected more than 400 toys for the Toys for Tots program. Pictured with some of the toys are 2006 board President Simone Barry and 2007 President Rachel Eames.

George Vreeland Hill

George Vreeland Hill

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