Dick Osborne of NHTI sent this photo to us. He wrote: New Hampshire Technical Institute held a traditional pinning ceremony on Jan. 11 for 19 new graduates of its Practical Nursing program. The graduates, who finished their 12-month program of study in December, are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses, passage of which earns them the professional title of Licensed Practical Nurse.
The Class of 2006 was represented by the presentations of class speakers Candy Gottschalk and Maureen Nelson, and a slideshow highlighting the year, produced by graduate Karen Hadlock. Class member Christine Thibeault was presented with the Award of Excellence for her outstanding academic and clinical performance.
Under the bridgeSubmitted by The Concord Insider on January 16, 2007 - 8:26pm.
Erin Placey of the American Friends Service Committee sent us this photo she took under the Loudon Road bridge recently.
'A minor miracle'Submitted by The Concord Insider on January 2, 2007 - 7:47pm.
When the Concord Insider put out a call for holiday family photos, Carrie Duval helped out as best she could. Said Duval in an e-mail:
I don't have a specific "holiday" gathering, but my aunt's 90th birthday party was close to Thanksgiving, and it provided my family the opportunity to celebrate her life and come together for a rare reunion. The whole family flew to Florida from all across the United States for her party on Nov. 18. She lives in Palm Bay, Fla., with her son and his wife, Roger and Rhonda Pszonowsky.
The birthday girl is in the second row from the front, dressed in green: Dorothy (Dennett) Pszonowsky Hayward. Her children: Roger Pszonowsky and wife Rhonda, Mike Pszonowsky and wife Bea, and Susan Gibson and husband John. Some of the extended family members include Michele, Peter, Gabe, Laura, and Jake Pszonowsky; Gordon and Peter French; Julie French; Stephen French; Andrea Casper; Kendra Miller; Mr. & Mrs. Ron Hayward; John and Carrie Duval and Jeff and John Dennett.
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!!
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.
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.
The Hickey familySubmitted by Guest on December 26, 2006 - 3:23pm.
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