Pelham - Windham News
10 - November 27, 2009
submitted by Ruth Coole,
Windham Woman’s Club
Thanksgiving for 50 families
was a collaborated effort in
helping make it a wonderful
and special Thanksgiving Day
for the families. Joining in on
the wonderful, community-
wide effort were the Windham
Woman’s Club, American Legion
From “The Tactical Wire”: Ken Solinsky, president of Insight
Post 109, Windham’s Helping
Technology Incorporated, of Londonderry was named the Ernst
Hands, and the four Windham
& Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2009 national winner in the
schools. The Windham Woman’s
Distribution and Manufacturing category. Insight is the largest
Club also received a donation
developer and supplier of night vision and electro-optical
from American Legion Post 109.
systems to the U.S. military.
So much to be thankful for this
Founded in 1988, privately held Insight Technology employs
holiday season, many families
1,200 people at three facilities. Insight Technology’s products
will have a decent meal and a
are used by all branches of the U.S. military, exported to friendly
joyous holiday, thanks to many.
nations around the world and used by federal, state and local
The Windham Woman’s Club
law enforcement ofﬁ cers.
is celebrating their 26th year
Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year is the world’s most
doing holiday baskets!
prestigious business award for entrepreneurs. The award makes
a difference through the way it encourages entrepreneurial
Th e Windham Woman’s Club; Robert Skinner, representing American Legion Post 109; and Windham’s
activity among those with potential and recognizes the
Helping Hands. We thank everyone for their wonderful caring support of our organization!
contribution of people who inspire others with their vision,
leadership and achievement.
Congratulations to Ken and the employees of Insight, thank
you for what you do for our servicemen, and for your support of Anne Engelhardt, chairman of the project, and Robert Skinner,
our law enforcement community. representing the American Legion Post 109
Charlie Chalk can be reached at email@example.com
Principal for an Hour at Windham Center School
submitted by Rosemarie completing a safe-
Kelly check of the school,
During September’s the co-principals made
Windham PTA-sponsored a decision of utmost
7 Days a week
8 a.m.- 6 p.m Ice Cream Social, Angela importance and gave
Anderson, from Mrs. the entire fourth grade
Cataldo’s fourth-grade a much-needed earlier
Apples, Winter Squash
class, won the “Be recess break. During
Center School Principal that recess, the two
Sweet Cider, Perserves, Honey
for an Hour” rafﬂ e. co-principals faced off
Angela chose classmate in a game of 4 square
54 ELWOOD RD., LONDONDERRY • 434-5600 • 434-6017
Alexa Slaski to be her — congratulations to
co-principal. After Angela for her win!
Thanks to all
at the event, and to
Andy Desrosiers for
over the reins of
Principals Anderson, Derosiers, and Slaski
We only have One
Pelham Police Investigate Early
Morning Commercial Burglary
for the Holidays...
submitted by Pelham Police Department after entering the building he heard a loud crash
On November 24, at approximately 6:38 and subsequently grabbed the telephone, left the
a.m., Pelham police responded to a burglary in premises and called 911.
progress at R & B Superette on Bridge Street. Ofﬁ cers arrived within minutes however the
Upon arrival, ofﬁ cers discovered a large suspect(s) had ﬂ ed the scene.
opening on the north side of the building where The suspect(s) escaped with approximately
a window had been boarded over. It is believed 1,000 cash.
that the suspect(s) entered the premises through The investigation is ongoing.
this opening and ﬂ ed through a side emergency
door next to the paint of entry.
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arrived at the store, disengaged
Septic Systems • Sewer Hook-ups, etc.
the alarm, and entered the
Gravel • Fill • Loam • Sand
������������ Ad sponsored by Beaver Valley Farms, Pelham, NH building. The clerk reported
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& Son, Inc.
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