A Tribute To My Dad, George V. Hill. (3/17/1931 to 12/17/2007)

My father, George V. Hill, passed away on December 17, 2007.
He was in the car with me when a heart attack killed him.
I am still in shock.
My dad was the best father in the world.
He loved his family so much, and did everything he could to make us all happy.
His love did not stop with us.
He spent a great deal of time with others, as he cared about people.
My dad often gave to those who did not have what he had.
He helped to make the world a better place.

He served his country.
My father enjoyed doing many things.
He loved antiques, and reading books.

Mr. & Mrs. Freeman

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The residents of Beaver Meadow Village collected a record number of toys this year for the Toys for Tots program. About 42 residents came to the annual holiday party at the Cat

Caroling on the square

Singers gather at the second annual Caroling on the Square in Penacook last Friday. The event is held by Liz Blanchard and her family in memory of Alan Blanchard. (Photo taken by Zachary Blanchard)

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The Nor'Easters RULE!

This is their photo, taken last year at the Wolfeboro tournament. It was sent in by goalie Donna Martineau.

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Lucy Hodder
Age: 43
Town you live in: Hopkinton
How long you've been playing: I started playing in 1993 when we moved to New Hampshire. I was a figure skater growing up. I played some roller blade hockey in San Francisco before moving here.
When do you play? All winter on Friday nights in the league with the Nor'Easters. Spring at Hooksett. Summer in a coed league. On the pond when we can with friends and family. At St. Paul's occasionally.

For John, it's all about the exhiliration

John Hamilton
Age: 45
Town you live in: Hopkinton
How long you've been playing: For the past seven years. I played throughout my childhood but regretfully stopped at the beginning of college.
When do you play? Tuesday and Friday mornings and Sunday evening.
Whom do you play with? A combination of a formal league up in Laconia and two informal groups in Concord. During the summer, I play at the IceDen.

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