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The Finished Product

The Finished Product

Given the chilly forecast, this just might be a permanent structure. We recommend insulation and a space heater (and maybe some curtains).

Testing for leaks

Testing for leaks

Elliot Haas and dad inside the igloo they made.

Igloo Construction

Igloo Construction

Elliot Haas and dad making an igloo last Saturday.

Please Attend Your Town Meeting.

Well, town meeting time is almost here, and there are a lot of important issues on the table, and a lot of elections up for grabs.
We are already seeing the vote for so and so signs along the roads, and the notices in the papers that remind us that the presidential candidates are not the only people running for office.
Here in New Hampshire, we also vote for Selectmen.
We also have critical school budgets to vote on among other key things.
Your say and your vote are needed because your money and future say so.
March Madness means two things here in New Hampshire.

George Vreeland Hill reads the Concord Insider.

George Vreeland Hill reads the Concord Insider.

George Vreeland Hill says the Concord Insider is "A great source for news."

Support The Troops, Not The War

I support our troops in Iraq, but the war is wrong.
There is no right reason for our troops to be there.

A present for Franklin Pierce Law

Dr. Sidney and Ellen Curelop of Nashua recently donated $200, 000 to Franklin Pierce Law Center to establish a fund in memory of their daughter, Alison Howland Curelop Hayward, a public interest lawyer. Alison grew up in Nashua and began her legal career as an attorney for the Legal Aid Society of New York, a client-centered organization. After returning to New Hampshire, Alison worked for the New Hampshire Public Defenders Office, providing representation to indigent defendants.

The gift acknowledges the financial disparities public interest lawyers face with their career choice and will provide an annual award to assist one or two new public interest lawyers, says Dean John D. Hutson. "We are honored to be the recipients of this most generous gift and pleased to be able to offer assistance to our graduates who choose to practice law in the public interest," he said.