Androscoggin Valley Hospital

To the editor: Androscoggin Valley Hospital would like to thank everyone who helped with their Parade of Lights float including PSNH (Romeo Tremblay) for use of their bay, White Mountain Lumber for the flatbed and truck, Ryan Vodvarka for the sound system, Kelley Logging for the generator and Paul Savard for the set up and use of his handmade creche. It’s nice to see people in the community pull together and lend a helping hand. Wishing you all happy and healthy holidays. ...

Joseph J. Murray

To the editor: Reading the letter submitted by Elaine Roberge Belliveau of "Berlin/Manchester" (how impressive) I surmised some of the following: A staunch Democrat she is, a historian, and an English major, she's not. Reading comprehension apparently in the passing grades, letter composition more confusing to read and understand than what would have been written by a first grader and quotes that I supposedly made, that after rereading my letter, I could not find. If ...

Joe Rodgers

To the editor: Thank you Poof Tardiff for your informative and interesting story about how Gorham High School was started. My wife grew up in Gorham and my family and I moved back here 12 years ago and adopted Gorham as the hometown of the entire family. Although, when we first moved back to the area we actually moved to Berlin. However, shortly after moving back we wanted our children to attend the Gorham schools. Gorham is so small and has such a a marvelous reputation for ...

Jim Couhie

To the editor: Once again I have had the pleasure of coaching a team in the Gorham Recreation Department' boys 5/6th grade basketball program. It was an up and down season resulting in one win. These young men played hard and did their best. We were competitive in every game. This was also a fun group to be around, an enjoyable bunch to coach. I would like to say thank you to some folks. Mitch Weathers and the GRD once again did a wonderful job with all the scheduling of ...

Jan Feuer

To the editor: The holiday season is upon us again. Families get together to share the warmth and love of their homes. Foster children want to experience the love of family throughout the year. Do you have room for one more? Become a foster parent. Call your local Department of Health & Human Services' Division for Children, Youth & Families foster care worker at 1-800-972-6111. Jan Feuer 1-800-624-9700, ext. 789 NH DHHS, Division for Children, Youth & Families ...