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Scene Setters, Jan. 8

A man makes his way up Cat Alley toward Elm Street after the sidewalk plow came through during the snowstorm in Manchester on Thursday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Elezabeth Stoebel and Bernie D'Amours, from Manchester, telemark ski on Stark Street during the snowstorm in Manchester on Thursday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Nick Moquin, working for Blue Ribbon Landscaping, is hit by high winds while shoveling at the building at 20 Market Street during the snowstorm in Manchester on Thursday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
The 20 firefighters comprising the NOREAST No. 3 regional interagency wildfire crew who were assigned to the Thomas fire in California for the last two weeks completed the last day of their assignment Thursday. The firefighters represented various natural resource agencies in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and New York. The New Hampshire contingent was expected to arrive in Manchester late Friday and return to their families over the weekend after the demobilization process at Bear Brook State Park. The Thomas fire began on Dec. 4 and has burned 281,893 acres. It is now 92 percent contained. (N.H. DIVISION OF FOREST AND LANDS )
More than 100 volunteers, community supporters, donors, and employees gathered in December to recognize and celebrate the many accomplishments of The Granite YMCA over the past year. Crystal Ashe and Lauren Pardue were presented with the Youth of the Year award (COURTESY)
Borja Alvarez de Toledo, president and CEO of Child and Family Services of New Hampshire, laughs it up with Alex Walker, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Catholic Medical Center, at the 19th annual WZID Christmas is for Kids Radiothon, presented by FairPoint Communications. A partnership between WZID and Child and Family Services, the event raised over $196,500, helping to fulfill holiday wishes of thousands of New Hampshire children, and to subsidize vital services throughout the year. (COURTESY)
More than 100 volunteers, community supporters, donors, and employees gathered in December to recognize and celebrate the many accomplishments of The Granite YMCA over the past year. Kraig Burnham was presented with the Tom and Sally Addison Volunteer of the Year Award. From left: Trustee Denise Langley, Burnham and John Harris, president and CEO of the Granite YMCA. (COURTESY)
Melissa Albano-Davis of Grapevine Marketing and Randall Mikkelsen of Thomson Reuters recently presented at the St. Anselm College New Hampshire Institute of Politics on "Communicating Ethically" at a forum designed by Yankee Chapter PRSA and sponsored by Northeast Delta Dental, entitled, "Is It Real? Communicating in a World of 'Fake News.'" (COURTESY)
Ellen Scarponi of FairPoint Communications, and Borja Alvarez de Toledo, president and CEO of Child and Family Services of New Hampshire, get the last word to thank New Hampshire for stepping up for kids during the 19th annual WZID Christmas is for Kids Radiothon. The event raised over $196,500.  (COURTESY)