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The Merrimack Valley Voice Serving Boscawen, Concord, Contoocook, Hopkinton, Penacook, Salisbury, Warner and Webster August 01, 2018 Complimentary Volume 10 Issue 08 Here are three of the signs that grace the streets of Boscawen. The Theme for the 2018 Boscawen Old Home Day/Week is “Know Your Neighbors, Share Your Kindness”. In other words, ”Have a Heart”. AND DO WE HAVE HEARTS?? YOU BETCHA! The Committee has 14 big hearts (4’X4’) that Dean Hollins and his guys at Public Works are going to help us install around Town. There will be one, fully decorated by the kids, at Twiggs, another at the Town Offices and you’ll have to look around for the other twelve! But they will be in plain sight along North Main Street and King Street. Boscawen Teen Still In Critical Conditional After 4th of July Crash After a car crash on the 4th of July, Corbin Raymond remains at Children's Hospital in Boston. Corbin and three friends were going tubing down the river when their car went off the road critically injuring Corbin. His family spends the long hospital hours with him - his mother journaling their journey. We here at the Voice want to let people know how to help this local family in their time of need and Mrs. Raymond has graciously allowed us to share her journal and events to help. We’ve Got You Covered Sentry Roofing You can follow this story at Below is an excerpt from her latest entry and a list of events to help the family. Take the bad with the good Journal entry by Sadie Raymond — Jul 28, 2018 Well Corbin had a night from hell Thursday. We got to see his eyes open and look at us which was amazing. We went to bed with new hope on how much more the days to come would bring. But then withdrawals kicked in and poor Corbin threw up from 2am-11am. It was awful projectile vomiting even with a breathing tube down his throat. I’ve never felt so bad for anyone sick. He just started opening his eyes and looking at me and now he’s just looking at me like why is this happening? It’s so hard. He can’t tell me mom I’m in pain, mom it’s coming, I’m going to throw up. He just looks at me and can’t say a word. Finally after 10-15 full wash downs and bed changes they gave him some new meds that relaxes him and let’s him rest. He spent most of the next afternoon asleep likes he’s been. Then out of no where Friday he’s awake and bright eyed again. Jeff, Grace and myself were all in the room and Corbs 10 year old brother Cohen and my mom were FaceTiming so we all got to see it. We put the phone up and Cohen just talked away about all the things he wanted to show him and all the things he needed help with so he told Corbin he needed to get better. Corbin stared right at the phone and even followed it with his eyes. He did the same with us. He would look for each of us when we talked. It sure felt like a miracle to me. We talked to Corbin for about a half hour before he got sleepy again and then out of no where the vomiting started again. Luckily the new meds were on hand and he only threw up once last night. EVENTS TO BENEFIT CORBIN August 2: MV Cubs Track Club 5PM Registration $5 • 6PM Walk a Mile for Corbin • Bracelets for sale $5 • Lanyards for sale $5 • Various other track activities that all are invited to participate • Kona Ice Truck August 11: Corbin Raymond Benefit GRAPPONE CENTER 7-10PM NOTE VENUE CHANGE • Music • 50/50 Raffle from Print Version • T shirts for sale • Raffle choice items (Chinese Auction) Items include incredible baskets of goods Jewelry Handmade items Silent Auction Items include: • Revolution USA Made Recliner from Apple House Furniture Value $749 • Fischer Skis and Binding – buyers choice up to $1500 value • Garage door opener and installation $475 donated by Fleming Garage Door Co. Continued on Page 8 Dunbarton Family Owned and Operated Call Today! 603.774.ROOF(7663)

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