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Scene Setters, June 19, 2017

Holy Family Academy in Manchester recently held a graduation ceremoney for the Class of 2017. In front row, Maria Rennie, Olivia Ouellet, Lysanne Tetreault, Rachel Hennessey and Marie Robert. In the middle row: Ruth Swope (valedictorian), Emma Neville (salutatorian), John Paul Maloney and George Murphy. In back row: Cole Beauchemin, Noah Guepy, Michael Williams and Jonathan Rahilly. (COURTESY)
Hollis/Brookline High School Senior Alexandra Campbell, flanked by her parents, Stew and Camille, accepts Northeast Resource Recovery Association's Outstanding Student Recycler of the Year Award from New Hampshire the Beautiful Board Member John Dumais (left) at the 8th Annual School Recycling Conference on May 23 at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. (COURTESY)
Campbell High School Teacher Dennis Perreault (center) accepts Northeast Resource Recovery Association's New Hampshire Teacher Recycler of the Year Award from New Hampshire the Beautiful Board Members (from left) Larry Melanson, John Dumais and Ray Dube at the 8th Annual School Recycling Conference on May 23 at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. (COURTESY)
Members of the band Recycled Percussion escort Pat and Patty Sheridan to a reception after the couple renewed their wedding vows during a ceremony at The Falls Events Center in Manchester. From left: Pat Sheridan, Ryan Vezina, Justin Spencer and Patty Sheridan. The couple was featured on the TV show "Chaos and Kindness." (JANE BUTTON)
Manchester Fire District Chief Al Poulin presents his department's auction item -- dinner for 12 prepared by the crew at the Merrimack Street station -- during CASA of New Hampshire's annual spring fundraiser CASA Cares, an Evening of Giving for New Hampshire's Children presented by CruCon Cruise Outlet. This year's event raised more than $260,000 to support dedicated advocacy on behalf of New Hampshire's abused and neglected children statewide. (COURTESY)
Dr. Arthur Young of Manchester, a career professional librarian, donated 2,700 scholarly books on the U.S. presidency, the founding fathers and other American figures to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College. From left: Young and his wife, Patricia, and Neil Levesque, executive director of the institute. (COURTESY)
Laurie Tomaszewski of Nashua was among 26 New Englanders who were honored at Gillette Stadium during the 2017 Myra Kraft Community MVP Awards. Tomaszewski won third prize of $5,000 for The Lil' Iguana's Children's Safety Foundation, a nonprofit based in Nashua. From left: Pro Football Hall of Famer Andre Tippett, Tomaszewski and Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft. (Louise Griffin of Hampton also was honored with $5,000 for her work with Zack's Team Foundation in Billerica, Mass.)  (COURTESY)
From left: Manchester Housing Authority Chair Andrew Papanicolau, left, and Housing Authority Executive Director Richard Lee Webster, right, present a plaque to attorney William H. Craig, center, on May 30 for his 50 years of service to the authority. (COURTESY)
The 18th Annual Elliot Hospital Golf Classic on June 8 at Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield grossed over $161,000 -- an Elliot record -- to benefit cancer care improvements at Elliot Health System. From left: Jim Hood, Elliot Board chairman; Jean Ten Haken, Elliot chief operating officer; and Chuck Rolecek, Elliot board member and foundation chair. (COURTESY)
The Queen Rotary Club welcomed over 40 area nonprofits and made more than $50,000 in charitable donations at its recent annual Grants Breakfast. Among the recipients was Boy Scout Troop 292 Hooksett. From left: incoming Rotary Club President Monique Ruth, Jeff Scott of Boy Scout Troop 292 Hooksett and Rotary Club President Peter Labombarde. (COURTESY)
Engineering firm TFMoran hosted the annual New Hampshire Commercial Investment Board of Realtor Awards Cookout in Bedford on June 8. Over a hundred members and TFMoran staff were on hand to network and enjoy grilled meats and summer salads by the Wine'ing Butcher of Bedford. From left: Bob Marchewka, Realtor of the Year, and Bill Jean, affiliate of the year. (COURTESY)
Citizens Bank's CEO Bruce Van Saun (center) was in Manchester on June 9 for a Town Hall meeting with colleagues. He also joined Citizens' New Hampshire President Joe Carelli (left) and local colleagues who were taking part in two volunteer activities: making birthday banners for the Confetti Foundation, which will be given to children in hospitals for their birthdays, and making paracord bracelets for Operation Gratitude, which will be supplied to armed service members overseas as survival gear. (COURTESY)