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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Nashua police dip in ice-cold Winnipesaukee, raise $4k for Special Olympics NH

The Nashua Police Department jumped in on the annual Special Olympics New Hampshire Winni Dip for the fifth year in a row on Sunday, March 10.

Law enforcement teams from around the state plunge into the ice-cold waters of Lake Winnipesaukee to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics New Hampshire. Nashua police raised more than $4,000, and Hillsborough County received special recognition for raising the most money of any county in the state. ...

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The Nashua Police Department jumped in on the annual Special Olympics New Hampshire Winni Dip for the fifth year in a row on Sunday, March 10.

Law enforcement teams from around the state plunge into the ice-cold waters of Lake Winnipesaukee to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics New Hampshire. Nashua police raised more than $4,000, and Hillsborough County received special recognition for raising the most money of any county in the state.

Chief John Seusing, Officers John Hannigan, Joseph Rousseau, Joshua Trefry, Jaclyn Marquis and Shaun Mailloux and former state Sen. Gary Lambert participated this year.

– MARYALICE GILL