April 13th, 2010 by PSU Ice
PLYMOUTH, N.H.—To those who truly know Dick and Betty Hanaway of Holderness, healthy, active living is synonymous with their lifestyle and how they think about community.
Avid skiers, climbers and bikers who have scaled the highest peaks on five continents and biked four times across the U.S.; ballroom dance partners with a passion for performance and perfection for more than 25 years; and tireless volunteers who share their time and talents in myriad ways—the Hanaways have made a point of thoughtfully and deliberately living and giving, engaging with their community and advocating for high quality of life for all area residents.
April 2nd, 2010 by PSU Ice
Would you like to see how the finished Ice Arena will look? Here is a quick “Fly Through”
March 19th, 2010 by PSU Ice
SalemNews.com: Marblehead’s Maguire to skate at Plymouth State:
Hockey has been a huge part of Kelsey Maguire’s life for the last nine years. Now, it’ll stay that way for at least the next four years, too.
Marblehead’s senior co-captain will continue her career at Plymouth State next year, becoming the first recent player go from the Lady Headers’ program directly to collegiate hockey.
March 18th, 2010 by PSU Ice
Mar 15, 2010
Chambers makes pro debut for Johnstown Chiefs
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The leading scorer for the Plymouth State University’s men’s ice hockey team this past season made a successful professional debut last weekend in the East Coast Hockey league.
Senior Chris Chambers (Crofton, Md.), right, who was named Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Player of the Year earlier this month, signed an amateur try-out (ATO) with the Johnstown (Pa.) Chiefs of the ECHL last week, and made his pro debut last Friday against the Reading Royals. Chambers saw limited action but finished the game with a goal and an assist to help Johnstown to a 7-2 victory.
March 3rd, 2010 by PSU Ice
PSU Names Welcome Center for Longtime Alumni Benefactors Eugene and Joan Savage
PLYMOUTH, N.H.—From dozens of awards for service, to membership on various boards of directors, art associations and a girl scout council, the names of Gene and Joan Savage are connected with service to others and support of education.
Now the Savages will see their names engraved in the bricks and mortar of the institution with which they have been connected for 54 years. In recognition of the Savages’ lifelong commitment to the University and their multiple gifts of time, talent and resources, Plymouth State will designate the Eugene and Joan Savage Welcome Center at Plymouth State University when the facility opens in August.
The naming honors the many ways in which the Savages have given back to Plymouth State and other organizations throughout their careers. “The Savages are wonderful ambassadors and philanthropists for Plymouth State University. Naming the welcome center celebrates and honors their history as benefactors and alumni,” said University President Sara Jayne Steen. “We are exceedingly grateful for their constant generosity and encouragement to us as a university community.
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February 23rd, 2010 by PSU Ice
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February 17th, 2010 by PSU Ice
The Ice Kubes Have Arrived
The refrigeration units, called Ice Kubes (with a K) will do all the work of cooling the ice surface and heating the building. The seven very small and very quiet units that will be used at the PSU arena are shown here.
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January 26th, 2010 by PSU Ice