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Scene Setters, July 9

The Archery in Motion club held a mock tournament event for their members Saturday morning at the Derryfield School athletics fields. The group introduces archery competition to kids and adults and serves as a training ground for their members to move to competitive archery. The group is based at the Hooksett Bass Pro shop and weather dependant uses the indoor range there. The umbrella organization is the Junior Olympic Archery Development organization. Julia Sweeney,age 13, of Weare, returns from checking her score. Sweeney is a third generation archer following her grandfather and father. Her father Chris shot competitively. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
The Archery in Motion club held a mock tournament event for their members Saturday morning at the Derryfield School athletics fields. The group introduces archery competition to kids and adults and serves as a training ground for their members to move to competitive archery. The group is based at the Hooksett Bass Pro shop and weather dependant uses the indoor range there. The umbrella organization is the Junior Olympic Archery Development organization.Raner Chow, age 13, of Manchester shoots as his opponent watches. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Alyssa Kryeziu, of Manchester, splashes water while swimming with her dad Artan Kryeziu, at the pool at Barnard Park in Goffstown Sunday afternoon. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Deb Wiseman of Bedford, and her wife Mary Wiseman (not shown) were stand-up paddling at Glen Lake in Goffstown on Thursday afternoon and put in from behind the Goffstown Parks and Recreation center boat launch area. They usually like to ride on the bike trail in that area and have been training there for the Pan-Mass Challenge later this summer. On Thursday they wanted to be refreshed at the water, which to them felt like bath water, it was so warm. They have been doing stand-up paddling since they lived on Cape Cod. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
James Edward Trent of Troop 414 was recently the subject of an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at Bedford Presbyterian Church. From left: James with his parents, John and Kristin, and his brother, Sam, who is a First Class Scout in Troop 414. For his Eagle Scout project, James constructed a new outdoor worship area for his church, Trinity Life Community, in Bedford. (RALPH DIETER)
Candia Dollars for Scholars recently awarded scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year. The organization manages several scholarships supported by local businesses and community organizations, allowing high school seniors and current college students to earn scholarships in support of their studies at two- and four-year colleges, graduate programs, universities, community colleges and vocational schools. From left: Marrysa Trudeau, recipient of the Ron Girard Humanitarian Scholarship and the Candia Garden Club Scholarship; Travis Fischer, who received the Rockingham Lodge Scholarship; Megan Cooley, recipient of the Candia Community Woman’s Club 25th Anniversary Dollars for Scholars Scholarship; Alexandria Baker, recipient of a scholarship from the Candia Community Woman’s Club; Trevor Jawidzik, recipient of the Jamie Brennan Scholarship; and Colleen Bolton, chair, Candia Dollars for Scholars. Not pictured: Hope Willard, who received the Jamie Brennan Scholarship, and Sara Drewniak, recipient of the Techs for Tomorrow Scholarship. (COURTESY)
On June 22, proclaimed by Gov. Chris Sununu as "R.W. Creteau Regional Technical School Day," a groundbreaking was held for the R.W. Creteau Technology Center in Rochester, adjacent to Spaulding High School. Harvey Construction is doing a $16.46 million renovation and expansion, with Lavallee Brensinger as the architect. Pictured are members of the faculty and staff at the R.W. Creteau Technology Center and Spaulding High School. (COURTESY)
Julie Springs and Garret Olsen of Manchester participated in the Farm Fairy Festival on June 16 at Different Drummer Farm, a resident camp and training facility in Candia for horse riders. (COURTESY)