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Activities 2009

posted May 1, 2012, 10:16 AM by Aspir International   [ updated Nov 4, 2012, 9:10 PM ]


Initiated a monthly meeting at Concord High School to improve the ELL students’ education, and advocated for a mental a health support and comprehensive policy.

Advocated and provided care management to the African High School at-risk youth who are homeless or abused and failed by the judicial, the school, and the human service systems.


Planned and organized the

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NEW ENGLAND YOUTH MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL

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Aspir sent Jordan Smith to the NH Senate to promote her talent.
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YOUTH INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN A BIKE RACE, MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL ARE INVITED TO REGISTER AT THE WHIPPLE FREE LIBRARY Tel: 487.3391. Or Download the registration form below and e-mail the completed form to aspir_int@yahoo.com.

SURROUDING TOWNS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE!

  • MUSIC, DANCE, ART EXHIBIT, AND COMEDY PARTICIPANTS (INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP).Sound system is provided by organizer. Bring your own music or the music/demo instruments with which you will perform.
    AGES: 8 TO 22

  • BIKE RACE PARTICIPANTS.
    AGES: 4 TO 17
    5 CATEGORIES: AGE 4-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-15, and 16-17

DATE: SEPTEMBER 26TH - FROM 2:00 PM TO 10:00PM

LOCATION: NEW BOSTON FAIR GROUND

  • 500 participants expected - 60 volunteers
  • 2000 plus families and friends to encourage their kids.
  • Volunteer judges will be needed in music and art!!! Please contact Noel Sagna if interested.

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NEW ENGLAND YOUTH MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL

It was a perfect day for a festival. The program started at 3pm as planned. Noel Sagna, Aspir Executive Director, welcomed the audience and wished all the participants good luck before introducing the district Representative, Linda Foster for remarks. The National Anthem, sung by New Boston’s own star Jordan Smith, kicked off the bike race. The festival boasted 10 bands that were eager to rock and an honorable guest from Vermont, Jason Graves the Banjo Man.  The crowd enjoyed the music until 10 pm. The lucky raffle winner of a brand new mountain bike worth of $1,200 was our own Representative Linda Foster.   The festival was a success due to the participation of the community and volunteers. If you want to get involved for next festival 2010 during summer contact aspir_int@yahoo.com or call 487 2024.



A Wicked Awesome Thank you to our generous sponsors and donors, and others who went above and beyond


List of winner and Prizes


BIKE RACE

4 - 6 

1st  Ryan Kennedy, Gold medal

2nd Reid Daniels, Silver medal

3rd Liam Sagna, Bronze medal

7 - 9

 1st Sean Leahy, Gold medal 

2nd Samuel Kennedy, Silver medal

3rd William Kennedy, Bronze medal

Girl

1st Sloane French, Gold medal 

10 - 12

1st Drew Willard, Gold medal 

2nd Patrick Leahy, Silver medal

3rd Lucas Henry, Bronze medal

13-15

1st Charles Wilson, Gold medal 

2nd Sam Bellemore, Silver medal

3rd Quintin Morrissey, Bronze medal


ART

 1st  place Nate Veilleux (17 year):  $100 

2nd place Stephen Lavallee (15 year):  $75

3rd place Shaughnessy Benoit (12 year):  $25

3rd place Tiernan Benoit (10 year):  $25


MUSIC:

1 st place Compost Heap Band:  $200 + trophy

2nd  place Deceiving Judgement Band:  $125 + trophy

3rd  place Sonance:  $75 + trophy


1st Singing: Jordan Smith $30 + trophy 

1st Violon: Josh Teed $50 + trophy 


RAFFLE Winners

 Mountain Bike 15” ($1,200) :  Representative Linda Foster

Bike 10” ($200) :  Christine Churchill

1 Night Hotel Radisson Manchester:  Robert Dever

$50 Gift Certificate Damian’s Restaurant :  Quintin Morrissey

18 Holes Gift Certificate for 2 Crotched Mountain Golf Club: Mike Brendle

$25 Gift certificate from Danielsons New Boston:  Sam Bellemore

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza : Molly Shellenberger

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza :  Sam Bellemore

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza:  Bill Momsso

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza:  Holly Preble

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza:  Christine Churchill

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza:  Anie Henry

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza:  Gary Benoit

$10 Gift certificate New Boston Pizza:  Sam Bellemore


LIST OF VOLUNTEERS

If we inadvertently failed to acknowledge you, we sincerely apologize for our error and hope that you know that your effort was not overlooked and was truly appreciated.

Mike    

Jutras


Mac 

Homes


Jason 

Eldrige


Sam 

Perron


Larry 

Hougton


Robert

Lahey


Molly 

Shellenberger

Pete

Shellenberger

Leah

D'Anjou


Karen

Hall


Peter

 Brigham


Heather 

Nounem


James 

Cassidy


Dave 

 Smith


Bill 

Morrissey

Barbara 

Ballou


Kenny

Ballou


Stephen 

Lavallee


Moose

Quely


Denise

Lahey


Peter

Reilly




LIST OF SPONSORS

Alternative Bike Shop

Community Church of New Boston

Baldwin, Callen,Pllc

Ecosmith Recyclers,Inc

Goffstown High School Student Funds

Heidi Palmer Real Estate, Inc

Peter Clark

PPNNE


Hess & Gehis Solutions, PLLC

Hannaford

New Boston Dental Care, Pllc

Madeleine and Gerard Perron

Geoff Kartz

New Boston Pizza- Video

Howes Pharmacy, LLC

KRG Motorsport

Goffstown Police Association

Todd Land Use Consultants, LLC

Family Tree Woodworking

Ace Goffstown Hardware

Sully's superette

NH Liberties Union foundation

Candance Woodbury

John  and Elizabeth Perkins

New Boston Bulletin

Bill Wynne

Larry  Hougton

Radisson Hotel Manchester


DONORS


Stuart Insurance

Sandy Van Scoyoc

Damian's on the river

A.J. Gomes general Contractor, LLC

Lynette Lombard

Mary Stanger

Tates Gallery

Goodales


Marie Danielson

Donald and Sarah Chapman

Tea Stains

Sousa Signs

Crown Trophy

David L. Nixon

David P. Paula S. Bellemore

Jean M. McCreary


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