Holy Trinity School announces honor roll

LACONIA — Holy Trinity Catholic School has announced its Second Quarter Honor Roll.

Gr. 3 Principal's Honor Roll: Ashley Holland
High Honor Roll: Leanna Rowley, Julie Vose
Honor Roll: Samantha Armstrong, Olivia Hagan
Gr. 4 High Honor Roll: Drew Hosmer, Christine Pingol
Honor Roll: Cassie Clery, Ean Conti, Ella Dion, Amelia Hosmer
Gr. 5 Honor Roll: Andrew Rowley, Rafael Vazquez, Jet Wang
Gr. 6 High Honor Roll:Maria McGrath, Catherine Pingol
Honor Roll: Ethan Armstrong, Olivia DeMatos, Alexander Ludwig
Gr. 7 High Honor Roll: Kaylee Smith
Honor Roll: Robert Bolduc, Julia Dyke, Kamila Hecka, Tristan MacDonald
Gr. 8 Honor Roll: Christina Beane, Samuel Cooney, Cheyenne Wright

Inter-Lakes’ ‘White’ Math Team finishes regular season in first place

MEREDITH — The Inter-Lakes White math team, with a score of 107 points, tied Belmont for second place, in the small school division of the fifth and final regular season behind Newfound with 123 points.

Wrapping up the regular season, Inter-Lakes White remains in first place in the Lakes Region Math League small school division with a total of 629 points, followed by Newfound with 603 points, and Belmont with 556 points.

Top scorers for the fifth meet were Autumn Carlson, Liam Donohoe, Trevor Colby and Johnny Cox, each scoring 12 out of 18 points. Cammy Labonte, Kylie Dickinson, Cam Daly, Parker Caswell, and Joshua Schmalle all contributed to the total team points.

The state meet will be held on Tuesday, March 17th at Plymouth State University. Math team advisors Diane Mega and Bob Marcoux want to congratulate the team for an excellent year.

Moultonborough Lions Club hosting Meet the Candidates Night on March 1

MOULTONBOROUGH — All candidates for Town and School District offices in Moultonborough have been invited to speak at Meet the Candidates Night 2015 to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 1 at the Moultonborough Lions Club on Old Route 109. Jerry Hopkins, Town and School District Moderator, will serve as moderator for Meet the Candidates Night.

Each candidate will be given an opportunity to express his/her reasons for running, address their qualifications, and comment on any specific issues that concern them. After all the candidates for Town or School District office have presented, there will be time for questions from the audience.

On the Town ballot, there are five candidates (John R. Anderson, Josh Bartlett, Jean Beadle, Chuck Connell and Kelly Marsh) running for two (2) three-year seats on the Select Board. There are two candidates (Amanda Bergquist and Laura Hilliard) running for one (1) three year position as Treasurer. There are three candidates (Robert St. Peter, Timothy Tinel and Robert W. Zewski) running for two (2) three-year seats on the Zoning Board.

Also on the Town Ballot, the following candidates are running unopposed: Scott Kinmond (Highway Agent for 3 years), Paul Daisy (Trustee of Trust Funds for 3 years), Meg Greenbaum and Carol Bamberry (Library Trustees for 3 years), Kevin D. Quinlan and Joanne M. Farnham (Planning Board Members for 3 years), and Edward J. Charest (Planning Board Member for 1 year).

On the School District ballot, one candidate (Kathy Garry) is running for one (1) three-year seat on the School Board. Also running unopposed on the School District Ballot for three-year terms are Julie Velie (School District Clerk), Harry Blood (School District Moderator) and John Fullerton (School District Treasurer).

Moderator Hopkins will also allow those present to speak in favor of or against petitioned warrant articles that may appear on either the Town or School District warrants.

All residents are invited to attend this event designed to give candidates an opportunity to express their views, and most importantly, give residents an opportunity to ask questions of candidates. Coffee, water and desserts prepared by members of the Moultonborough PTA will be available for all in attendance. The snow date for Meet the Candidates is Sunday, March 8.

Plymouth police officer, Wolfeboro firefighter to play in annual ‘Battle of the Badges’ hockey game

MANCHESTER — "Team Police" and "Team Fire" have been selected for the 8th annual CHaD Battle of the Badges
Hockey Championship. This event, to be held at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Saturday, April 11, benefits the
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD).
Representatives of police and fire departments from communities around New Hampshire and Vermont will bring their hockey skills to the ice in this exciting game of good vs. good. Plymouth Police Officer, Derek Newcomb, will join this year's battle and Wolfeboro Firefighter, Evan Turcotte, will play on Team Fire.
Team Fire will be led by player/coach Lieutenant Micky Drouin of the Dover Fire & Rescue and Team Police will be
coached by Lieutenant Pete Favreau of the NH Attorney General's Office and captained by Chris Plummer of the Dover Police Department. All three have played a lead role in the game since 2008.
Players dedicate themselves to several practices and a featured game in front of thousands of dedicated fans. Team
members pledge to raise $1,500 each to demonstrate their passion and support for CHaD's mission to serve the region's children. CHaD helps players connect with the cause behind the game by pairing them with "CHaD Buddies," young CHaD patients who serve as special guests at the game.