Hudson police, 4H club members want to educate chicken owners
Hosted by the Hudson Police Department, the Backyard Chicken Seminar will take place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon in the community room at the police station, located at 1 Constitution Drive.
In addition, state laws are aimed at keeping both humans and their feathered-friends safe.
Hudson 4H leader Suzanne Roark said about a handful of students from the Cluckers group, ranging in age from 5 to 11, would be helping out at the May 10 seminar.
The 4H kids will bring plenty of handouts and brochures for their students to bring home with them, and hopefully help them out in their quest for the perfect coop.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Pinkerton community excited about relationship with Google - 2
- Manchester school chief's contract extended, with raise linked to teachers' - 1
- New superintendent named in Lebanon - 0
- Board of Ed finds in favor of Goffstown; Dunbarton plans Supreme Court appeal - 2
- Tech conference sparks ideas and imagination - 0
- Nashua assessment tests miss the mark - 1
- St. A's board of trustees responds to criticism of graduation change - 2
- Officials proposing cutting Derry school budget by $1.4 million - 0
- St. Anselm in a stir over graduation date change - 13
READER COMMENTS: 0
- NHIAA Basketball: Memorial needs shootout to get by Bow - 0
- Man arrested after chase that led from Pelham to Lowell, Mass. - 0
- No shortage of post-holiday shoppers at local stores - 0
- West junior advising College Board on its entrance exams - 0
- Merrimack teen allegedly held girl captive - 0
- Derry making progress with efforts to honor POWS, MIAs - 0
- Lions Club blood drive draws on spirit of giving - 0
- Last Week's Rare Bird Alert - 0
- Merrimack teen allegedly held girl captive, assaulted her - 0
'Interview' buzz spreads to NH
Murder suspect fit for trial?
Pipeline push gets a second wind