Posted on January 2nd, 2014 by Speare Memorial Hospital
Teddy Bear Project at Plymouth Regional High School
The Plymouth Regional High School Class of 2014 has been working on the teddy bear project for 4 years. This has been a community service project for them where they have sold bear cut outs at the school and at special events for $1. The proceeds of the cut outs go to the purchase of stuffed bears for SMH to give to patients and family members.
The Class of 2014’s class officers that came by SMH just before the holidays to show off their hard work are:
Denise McGlone is the group’s faculty advisor.
Speare Receives Teddy Bear Donation from PRHS Sophomore Class
Posted on February 1st, 2017 by Amy Lyn Kench
The Plymouth Regional High School sophomore class participated once again in the school’s annual ‘Operation Teddy Bear’ fundraiser. As a community service project, sophomore class officers sold colorful teddy bear cut-outs for one dollar each during school and special events. Students, teachers and staff wrote names on the bears and they were all displayed on […]
Speare welcomes its first baby of 2017
Posted on January 5th, 2017 by Amy Lyn Kench
Speare Memorial Hospital congratulates the Caissie family of Ashland, New Hampshire, whose newest family member was the first baby born at the hospital in 2017. Adam and Willow Caissie are the proud parents of Emma Jean Caissie who arrived at 8:01 a.m. on Tuesday, January 3, 2017, weighing exactly 9 pounds and measuring 20.5 inches […]