- Associated Press - Thursday, April 9, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A fourth-grade class at Hills Garrison Elementary School in Hudson has won the grand prize in a video contest promoting New Hampshire.

The students were encouraged to create 60-second videos using their imagination, as well as what they’ve learned about the state, to show visitors how much fun it would be to visit New Hampshire. Twenty videos were submitted.

Susan Senecal’s class called their video “New Hampshire Vacation.” It was accompanied by the song “Holiday Road.”

The class won a field trip up the Mount Washington Cog Railway.

Fourth-graders at Wheelock Elementary School in Keene earned runner-up for “Moose on the Loose in New Hampshire,” and students at Lafayette Regional School in Franconia earned honorable mention with “Brake for New Hampshire, It Could Save Your Day!”



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