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Monday, May 3, 2021

Nashua Lions Honor Nashua PD

After missing last year due to Covid-19, the Nashua Lions Club resumed their meetings with the presentation of the 2020 and 2021 Police Officer of the Year at the Nashua Country Club.

In recognition of the challenges presented by the pandemic, the club voted to honor the entire sworn membership of the department naming them all officers of the year for 2020. Club president Erin Freda presented the certificate to deptuy chief James Testaverde.
 
For 2021, the department selected Detective Adam Rayho for his superior performance and service as a detective in the department's cyber-crimes unit.
 
In presenting him Deputy Testaverde pointed out that Rayho was a member of the NH Internet Crimes Task Force and works with Homeland Security. He has been credited with contributing to the arrest of over 50 predators of children, "With many of them resulting in federal charges being brought," according to Testaverde.
 
President Freda along with Deputy Testaverde presented Rayho with his plaque. In turn, Rayho thanked his fellow officers in the unit as well as the department for their support in this area.
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ed Lecius (603) 321-6458

Sunday, August 9, 2020

SUNDAY WAS A DAY FOR LEGENDS AT HOLMAN STADIUM

Telegraph photo by TOM KING From left Legends of Holman Hall of Fame inductees Woody Woodland, Al Savage and Mo Arel celebrate with Lions Club president Erin Freda during Sunday's induction ceremony prior the the Nashua Silver Knights game at Holman Stadium.


Saturday, July 25, 2020

2020 NASHUA LIONS HOLMAN HOF CLASS

Former Nashua Mayor Maurice Arel was one of the inductees into the Nashua Lions Club Holman Hall of Fame, Class of 2020.


Wednesday, June 19, 2020

NASHUA LIONS AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS TO 3 LOCAL SENIORS 

With Nashua’s Greeley Park as a back drop, members of the Nashua Lions Club gathered in the outdoor setting to recognize 3 Nashua High seniors as their 2020 Scholarship recipients. One of the key components used by the selection committee dove tails the Lions motto “We Serve” and those applying were asked to write an essay on What Service Means to them. The committee was chaired by Lion Lou Marino and consisted of Lions Gail Marino, Martha Ackerman, Fran Hendrickson, Stephanie Norris and Louise Deschenes.

The recipients selected were: Grace Letho from Nashua North, Jeffrey Lam and Owen Long from Nashua South. Letho will be attending the University of Chicago, Lam will Attend Dartmouth College and Long will be enrolled at UC Berkley. Each student received a check for $2-thousand dollars.