Yes, it has been a while since I was able to post anything on Facebook. I have been unable to find my home computer in the many boxes that we packed away.Today I’m back online.
Two weeks ago we moved the last of our belongings from the storage shed and 266 Main Street location into our new home on Old Walpole Rd. I would like to thank The Blanchards, Travis and his brother Spencer for helping out. I would also like to thank Blanchard & Sons Drywall for the use of their company van.
Travis was a real bulldog and kept everyone focused and on track. We got everything that we needed to be moved done in three trips.
Thanks guys! We really appreciate the help.
Last Sunday David got to drop the puck to start the CMARS charity game between the Boston Bruins Alumni and the mighty Crotched Mountain Wild at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire.
David got to meet all of the Bruins Alumni Classic players before the game and was able to get his jersey and hockey stick signed by the Bruins players and staff. He also got to meet Governor Lynch and his wife. He was treated very nicely by everyone.
After the game we went to a reception for all of the players, volunteers and sponsors. David got up in front of everyone and gave a short speech about what the CMARS program meant to him.
David had been looking forward to this event. It gave him an opportunity to give some of his time to help an organization that helped him get back on snow and has helped many others like him to get outdoors and enjoy Skiing, Hiking, Kayaking and Canoeing. Thank you CMARS!
David & family are enjoying their new home. We are very thankful for the support from many individuals and organizations that have help with renovation.
Stay tuned for more …
David’s Dad Paul