In the Beginning – Earth Day 1970

First published April, 2011 – EMC St. Lawrence

Wednesday, April 22, 1970, was glorious.  It was early spring in southern New Hampshire and the earth had decided to give up its white blanket of snow and push forth as much green as it could get away with on such short notice.  The sun was warm and pleasant, and the black flies had as yet to come out in full force as students from 12 -18 years of age gathered outside the dining hall on main campus to be given garbage bags and instructions. Continue reading


Paintings of 104th Regiment of Foot on Display at Arthur Child Museum

by Lorraine Payette, written August 15, 2013

(GANANOQUE, ONTARIO) Winter and early spring of 1813 were cold and miserable. The War of 1812 was on, and troops mustered all along the St. Lawrence to defend the Canadas from American invasion. And among those troops were the 104th Regiment of Foot from New Brunswick. – to read more>