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Littleton

Board to honor community volunteers

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As they continue to prepare for the annual Town Meeting on May 6, selectmen voted at their last meeting to dedicate the annual report to the volunteers who help maintain the community, with a special emphasis on citizens who have died in the past year. The 2012 Town Report’s dedication will include the names of Bill Beldan, Joseph Cormier, Donald Cozzens, Ray Grande, Warren Himmelberger, Frank Mueller, and Ernie Stackpole.

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