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- PHOTOS: Family Fun Night at Boscawen Elementary School
ConMonitorSport: After one period in the D-3 hockey championship, John Stark-Hopkinton and Souhegan are tied at 1-1. JS-H holds 8-5 edge in shots.
ConMonitorSport: Mike Hayden ties it for Souhegan at 8:11 of the first. 1-1 in the D-3 hockey championship
ConMonitorSport: Correct that: Lajeunesse had the assist, Peter Sawitsky scored the goal for JS-Hopkinton
ConMonitorSport: Alex Lajeunesse scores 21 seconds into the game to give John Stark-Hopkinton a 1-0 lead over Souhegan in the D-3 hockey final
ConMonitorSport: At the Verizon Wireless Arena for the D-III boys' hockey championship between John Stark-Hopkinton and Souhegan. Puck drops in about 17 min.
ConMonitorSport: Hanover wraps up another girls' hockey state championship, beating Berlin-Gorham.
nhdoti93: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: In Salem on I-93 SB at Exit 2 the right lane is open.
Rich Davis, left, holds a practice chop board for his son Ayden, 7, to kick while demonstrating moves at the Penacook School of Martial Arts' booth during Family Fun Night at Boscawen Elementary School on Thursday, March 13, 2014. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
Judy Elliott, the nurse at Webster Elementary School, leads a marching line of students, from left, Arianna Caddel, Avery Fleming, and Owen Dougles to the door as the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, finished their performance for the students at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Elliott. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart." (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
Tim and Tina Roe pictured at their camp in Henniker on Friday, March 7, 2014. Tina, her husband Tim, and their three sons, Vincent, Logan and Cody, now 22, 21 and 19 moved into the camp six years ago. The three boys have since moved out. They were originally only going to stay for one summer, but the financial situation has prevented them from leaving. (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
Sherry Spurr, owner of Fabulous Looks Boutique in Concord, puts out a mannequin for display on Monday, March 10, 2014. Warmer temperatures will stay in the area until midweek. A winter storm is expected to bring 8-12 inches between Wednesday and Thursday. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
Lorrie Carey picks flowers from the cooler for bouquets she was making for the Concord Coop at Marshall's Flowers and Gifts, which she owns, in Boscawen on Monday, March 3, 2014. (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)