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Serving the Community since 1903
Pollyanna of Littleton, New Hampshire
Glad to be in Littleton!
Official Pollyanna Glad Days, held annually in June
Each year one local citizen is awarded the "Pollyanna Signature Award".
A Glad Day it was in Littleton! Awards, Announcements and Fun!
View all the Gladness of the day on WMUR and NH Chronicle here....
George and Janne Kirk, 2016 Pollyanna Signature Award Honorees
And the Traditional Group Wave Photo!
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2015
June 13, 2015
Karen Keazerian (left) accepts the Pollyanna Signature Award from Lynn Winter, for Karen's outstanding services to Littleton and her indomitable civic spirit!
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2014
June 14, 2014
Veronica Francis (at right in photo with Karen Keazerian) accepted the Pollyanna Signature Award for her Entrepreneurial Energy and Promotional Enthusiasm. The celebration featured Pollyanna tributes and a ribbon-cutting at the new Pollyanna Vista.
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2013
June 10, 2013
Barbara Ashley was awarded the 2013 Pollyanna Signature Award for tirelessly advocating for Pollyanna around the North Country of New Hampshire!
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2012
June 10, 2012
Dave Ernsberger was awarded the 2012 Pollyanna Signature Award for bringing music and gladness to downtown Littleton!
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2011
June 10, 2011
Dr. Debi Warner was awarded the 2011 Pollyanna Signature Award for her community spirit - even on a rainy day!
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2010
June 11, 2010
Brien Ward was honored in 2010 for all his contributions to Littleton. The entire Pollyanna Board of Directors are gladly waving here with Brian.
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2009
June 13, 2009
SIGNATURE AWARD HONOREE 2009
With admiration & gladness Pollyanna of Littleton - New Hampshire's Most Welcoming Attraction - positively gives welcome and recognition to the person who has attracted, greeted and welcomed to our beautiful state, the most people, from more places, in more ways, at more times than we know.
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Pollyanna Glad Day - 2008
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2007
5th Anniversary Commemorating Signature Unveiling
June 9, 2007
Welcome Wave - Annual Group Photo
The 2007 Pollyanna Signature Award Honoree
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2006
Pollyanna's LITTLE BIG SCREEN SHOW....
A MEMORABILIA AND DVD SCRAPBOOK OVERFLOWING WITH PHOTOS
The 2006 Pollyanna Signature Award Honoree: Jason Hoch
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2005 celebration
Celebrating Pollyanna GLAD day.
A hometown, homemade show,
full of fun & music from very glad times,
with Local celebrities -
LIVE PIANO Music featuring RAY BURTON on PIANO and Directed by Lyn O.Winter and Barbara Ashley
The 2005 Pollyanna Signature Award Honorees: Jack and Ruth Colby
Pollyanna Glad Day - 2004
The home-spun community production of Pollyanna, and vintage Broadway show was featured as part Littleton's annual June Pollyanna Days 2004 celebration and 2nd anniversary of the historic unveiling of the jubulient sculpture on the Library lawn, 2002.
The 2004 Pollyanna Signature Award Honoree: Donna Jordan
Local cast members take a "gladness" break to visit Pollyanna of Littleton.
POLLYANNA- The Comedy Play was adapted by Catherine C. Cushing in 1916 from the story and cheery character created by Littleton-born author Eleanor Hodgman Porter. The cast debuted Littleton's authentic run of the play June 10th -12th with 3 performances at the Opera House.
Seated, l to r: Stephanie Hames as Nancy, Barbara
Jeffery as Eleanor Hodgman Porter, Len Bailey as Bleeker
Standing, l to r: Jonah Pauloo as Jimmy, Jason Hoch as the grownup Jimmy, Catherine Carter as Pollanna, Joanna K. Naumes as Aunt Polly, Kevin Clark as Dr. Chilton, and Barry Hayes as John Pendleton. Missing from photo, a bevy of townsfolk, mission ladies, and the grownup Pollyanna (Elsbeth Bascom).
Pollyanna Statue Unveiling
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P.O. Box 864
15 Main Street
Littleton, NH 03561
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