(Hour 3a, b, c) School Board Vice Chairman David Gelinas explains why he decided to “take a break” from the Manchester School Board. WBIN-TV Meteorologist Al Kaprielian called in with his weekend and Christmas forecast. Also calling in was Hooksett School Board Vice Chairman David Pearl to set the record straight on their agreement with Pinkerton. Pearl thinks Hooksett “did a poor job on the good faith agreement” with Manchester. Gelinas agreed, and both men were hopeful that the proverbial fence could be repaired to continue the 100 year educational relationship between Hooksett and Manchester. Gelinas also shared his thoughts on the City Clerk, former Superintendent Tom Brennan, sitting superintendent Dr. Debra Livingston and Mayor Ted Gatsas. Tune in for more of that LOCAL radio you’ll get ONLY on Girard at Large!