Prospect's Hada raising funds for London cheering trip

ALTON — Brianna Hada, a student at Prospect Mountain High School who attends East Athletic Cheer in Laconia, is one of more than 500 high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the U.S. who will be performing in the world famous London New Year's Day Parade. The individuals invited to perform in the parade qualified for the trip after being selected as an All American at one of the summer camps hosted by Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA), National Cheerleaders Association (NCA), United Spirit Association (USA), Universal Dance Association (UDA) and National Dance Alliance (NDA). All Americans are selected to try out based on superior cheerleading skills at camps across the country. ...more>

Prospect board readies for the school year

Board votes to move ahead with roof fix

ALTON — Still down a member following the resignation of Carlos Martinez on June 26, the Prospect Mountain School Board met Aug. 5 for its regularly scheduled business meeting as the first day of classes draws nearer. Chairperson Krista Argiropolis noted the conspicuous evidence of cleaning taking place at the school. Principal J Fitzpatrick indicated preparations to open the facility were going on at a steady pace. He said crews were busy and all office documents were being updated....more>

SB2 requiring some budgeting changes for New Durham

NEW DURHAM — More than 20 people attended a training session for those involved in the budget process to get the low down on changes due to operating under the Official Ballot law. New Durham converted to that form of local government this past March by a vote of 82 percent in favor. Informally known as SB2, the Official Ballot law allows for a deliberative session, similar to the discussion and possible amending of warrant articles at Town Meeting, and a voting session about a month later....more>
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