Teen Conference

SEPTEMBER 25, 2012

November 10, 2022 / 5 mins read

Nashua Children’s Home was well-represented at the 8th Annual DCYF Teen Conference on August 9th at Keene State College, bringing home 1st and 3rd place awards in the Talent Show. Jackson and Jose energized the crowd with their jerk-dancing routine and were the overwhelming Peoples’ Choice as Best Act. Adam wrote and performed a compelling guitar piece (he can sing, too!) and Samantha led off the show with another solo vocal rendition.

Independent/Transitional Living Director Lea Reilly received the Outstanding Community Member Award, the only award conferred to non-DCYF/DHHS staff. Lea was honored for her ongoing commitment to assist New Hampshire’s at-risk youth on their jouney to adulthood.