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Hooksett Kiwanis golf tourney raises money for charity
08/14/2017
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On July 14, 2017 Hooksett Kiwanis Foundation hosted their 21st annual golf tournament....

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Kiwanis Night and Kid's Kloset
05/31/2017
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Article and ad about two events: Kid's Kloset Open House and Kiwanis night...

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Hooksett's Best
05/30/2017
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Group photo of award winners at the 2017 community Leaders Awards banquet.

Community...

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Dancer to Kiwanis Club: just keep going
04/19/2017
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Speaker at Kiwanis meeting on April 5 was Aaron Tolson. Aaron has an extensive...

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Hooksett School District receives Kiwanis award
04/12/2017
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The Hooksett Kiwanis Foundation has selected the Hooksett School District as...

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News stories about Hooksett Kiwanis that have appeared in the Hooksett Banner, Union Leader and other print media.

Hooksett Kiwanis golf tourney raises money for charity - 08/14/2017
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On July 14, 2017 Hooksett Kiwanis Foundation hosted their 21st annual golf tournament. The tournament was held at Pembroke Pines Country Club in Pembroke, NH. Under the slight threat of rain, 94 golfers tee' d off at 8:30am and enjoyed a great day on the links helping to raise money to improve the lives of children within the Hooksett community. Multiple Kiwanis volunteers as well as friends from General Electric in Hooksett helped organize and support a very fun and successful event.  

 

The 2017 Tournament Champion was Fred Bishop IV’s team consisting of Clif Lawson, Mike Kelsea, Larry Ecklund, and Fred Bishop. Placing second was the team of Kim Kahn, Zak Kahn,...


Kiwanis Night and Kid's Kloset - 05/31/2017
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Article and ad about two events: Kid's Kloset Open House and Kiwanis night at the Fisher Cats.


Hooksett's Best - 05/30/2017
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Group photo of award winners at the 2017 community Leaders Awards banquet.

Community Impact Award Hooksett School District Superintendent Dr. Phil Littlefield and School Board member Phil Denbow, Small Business of the Year President Mike Terry from Al Terry Plumbing and Heating, Hooksett Kiwanis President Todd Rainier, Upper Elementary Educator of the Year Suzanne Campbell, Municipal Employee of the Year Mark Glisson, Lower Elementary Educator of the Year Meghan Largy, Large Business of the Year President Mike Butler from  Cigna, and Adult Volunteer of the Year Don Riley. Standing in front is Youth Volunteer of the Year Adyson Lavallee