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Spanning generations

  • Eighth grade social studies teachers Cindy Bradshaw and Lori Groleau organized and supervised the South Meadow School elections, which were held Tuesday. Students registered to vote and brought their student IDs to the polls. The results are as follows: President Obama took 67 percent of the votes to Mitt Romney’s 33 percent; Hassan had 53 percent of votes to Ovide Lamontagne’s 25 percent and John Babiarz’ 22 percent; and Charlie Bass won 49 percent of votes, while Ann Kuster had 40 <br/>percent and Hardy Macia had 11 percent.

    Eighth grade social studies teachers Cindy Bradshaw and Lori Groleau organized and supervised the South Meadow School elections, which were held Tuesday. Students registered to vote and brought their student IDs to the polls. The results are as follows: President Obama took 67 percent of the votes to Mitt Romney’s 33 percent; Hassan had 53 percent of votes to Ovide Lamontagne’s 25 percent and John Babiarz’ 22 percent; and Charlie Bass won 49 percent of votes, while Ann Kuster had 40
    percent and Hardy Macia had 11 percent. Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Polly Kenick, Wilton’s oldest resident, brought the Boston Post Cane to “this very important day.” Kenick turns 103 this month.

    Polly Kenick, Wilton’s oldest resident, brought the Boston Post Cane to “this very important day.” Kenick turns 103 this month. Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Eighth grade social studies teachers Cindy Bradshaw and Lori Groleau organized and supervised the South Meadow School elections, which were held Tuesday. Students registered to vote and brought their student IDs to the polls. The results are as follows: President Obama took 67 percent of the votes to Mitt Romney’s 33 percent; Hassan had 53 percent of votes to Ovide Lamontagne’s 25 percent and John Babiarz’ 22 percent; and Charlie Bass won 49 percent of votes, while Ann Kuster had 40 <br/>percent and Hardy Macia had 11 percent.
  • Polly Kenick, Wilton’s oldest resident, brought the Boston Post Cane to “this very important day.” Kenick turns 103 this month.
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