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Scene Setters, March 5

Rich Stevenson, an instructor, helps Mason Boudreau, 5, of Northwood, learn to snowboard, Sunday, Feb. 25, at McIntyre Ski Area in Manchester. (Nicole Goodhue Boyd/Union Leader)
Paul Doherty, 7, of Sandown, does "pizzas" as he learns to ski during lessons Sunday, Feb. 25, at McIntyre Ski Area in Manchester. [Photo / Nicole Goodhue Boyd] (Nicole Goodhue Boyd/Union Leader)
Kim Smith of Hooksett stays warm as she watches her kids learn to ski Sunday, Feb., 25, at McIntyre Ski Area in Manchester. (Nicole Goodhue Boyd/Union Leader)
CHaD Buddy Lucas sits in a fire truck during his visit with Manchester firefighter and CHaD Battle of the Badges hockey player Easton Dubois ON Feb. 26. Easton is raising money to play in the Badges game on March 25 at SNHU Arena in Manchester. The event raises money for kids and programs at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. (COURTESY)
Seth Meyers performed two shows at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord on Feb. 10, to raise money for two child abuse nonprofits -- CASA of New Hampshire and the Granite State Children's Alliance, New Hampshire's network of Child Advocacy Centers. Meyers, who grew up in Bedford, is the host of "Late Night with Seth Meyers." Pictured with him are, from left, GSCA Board Chairman Phillip Taub, CASA of NH CEO Marcia Sink, Meyers, GSCA Executive Director Joy Barrett and CASA Board Chairman David Eby. (COURTESY)
Seth Meyers performs a standup set at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord on Feb. 10. Meyers, who grew up in Bedford and is the host of "Late Night with Seth Meyers," performed two shows to help raise money for two child abuse nonprofits -- CASA of New Hampshire and the Granite State Children's Alliance, New Hampshire's network of Child Advocacy Centers. (COURTESY)
The Raymond Coalition for Youth's partnership with Granite Pathways has expanded and now includes RAPS recovery support services in the Raymond area on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Raymond Baptist Church, 145 Route 27. From left: Karen Morton Clark, Granite Pathways RAPS and Kevin McBride, Raymond Baptist Church. For more information at about treatment options, call Karen at 931-3700 every Tuesday. (rcfy.org and granitepathwaysnh.org.) (COURTESY)
Plymouth State University alpine skier Freydis Einarsdottir of Iceland was honored during the first intermission of the Plymouth State University men's ice hockey Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference semifinal playoff game at Hanaway Rink on Tuesday night. Three weeks ago Einarsdottir became the first PSU student-athlete to compete in an Olympic Games. From left: Kim Bownes, athletic director; Freydis Einarsdottir, and Donald Birx, president, Plymouth State University. (COURTESY)