The Merrimack Crimeline says thank you

To the Editor:

The Merrimack Crimeline says thank you to The Granite State Conjurors for their performances on April 12 at the sixth annual benefit for the K-9 program.

The benefit was a success for the 65th year in a row. Crimeline would as like to thank the American Legion Post 98 for their co-operation in the event. Thanks also to the businesses and residents who donated items for the event and raffle: Shaw’s, Depot Farms Stand, The Common Man, Merrimack Flower Shop, Cinemagic, Domino’s, Sal’s Pizza, Billy’s Famous Pizza, The Lobster Boat, 603 Lounge, D.W. Diner, Merrimack Ten Pin, Pizza Roma, Bob & Hairstyling and Barbershop, Merrimack House of Pizza, All Basic Stove Shop, Clipper Carney, Interstate Battery, Spartan Pizza, Tire Town, Reed Ferry Lumber, DW Pizzeria, Starbucks, Sweet Ginger 2, The Copy Shop, Giorgios, Hawthorne Suites, Merrimack Firearms, Model Fabrication Hobby Shop, Reeds Ferry Market, Walgreens, CVS, Double Play Hobby Shop, Merrimack Library, Boston Billards, and the Law Firm of Devine, Millimet and Branch.

A great big thank you to our sponsors, Dick Hinch from Hinch Crowley Realty Associates LLC, New Hampshire Hydraulics and Northeast Credit Union.

A special thanks to Pet’s Choice that is located at 465 Daniel Webster Highway (CVS Plaza). Pet’s Choice is the sponsor for of Gunny’s food. Also to Family Chiropractic, of Merrimack, that is located at 36 Baboosic Lake Road. Family Chiropractic is providing Gunny, K-9 member of the Merrimack Police Department with free chiropractic care.

Gunny showed us his training in finding drugs successfully and an outside demonstration of tackling the bad guy. Please remember that Gunny is free to the taxpayers of Merrimack and is supported only by donations and fundraisers. If anyone is interested in making a donation it can be mailed to Merrimack Crimeline, P.O. Box 701, Merrimack NH 03054-0701.

To make an anonymous crime tip, please call 424-2424 or online go to www.merrimackcrimeline.org and get free money for any tip that leads to an arrest.

JUDY ERIKSEN

President Merrimack Crimeline