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New Hampshire's governor declares Friday Bode Miller Day

New Hampshire’s governor declares Friday “Bode Miller Day”{mosimage}CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Mark your calendar – Gov. John Lynch has proclaimed Friday ‘Bode Miller Day’ in honor of the World Cup skiing champion.

Last month, Miller, who grew up skiing in Franconia, became the first American in 22 years to clinch the World Cup Alpine title.

Miller, 27, is expected to attend a proclamation ceremony on Friday in Bretton Woods.

In a statement Monday, Lynch said Miller’s ‘hard work, dedication, innovation, and his never-quit attitude truly exemplify the New Hampshire spirit.’
-The Associated Press

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