Pelham - Windham News
4 - December 4, 2009
The Word Around Town...
Letters to our Editor
Andy Ducharme to Seek Seat
position on the Pelham School Board. Having coordinated by SHOP WITH US, and will provide a “win-win” situation for all.
been a resident in Pelham for the last 10 years complimentary hors d’oeuvres. The vendors for Special thanks to the Windham Fire Department
on Pelham School Board
with my wife, Corey, and sons, Leo and Ben— the evening include: Cookie Lee Jewelry, Bijou for helping sort and carry the many heavy boxes
With great honor and excitement, I would
both in the Pelham School System, I would like Bags, Send Out Cards, Grammy’s Treasures, Mia of food items!
like to announce my candidacy in running for a
to bring a more “business” thought process to Bella Candles, Jaffra Cosmetics, Baby Crazy, It is our goal to ensure that all of Windham’s
the Pelham School Board. I Locket In, and more! families have a joyful holiday season. As always,
am a ﬁscally responsible Join us for food, spirits, shopping, rafﬂes, and a Windham’s Helping Hands gives thanks to you for
candidate. Having been a 50/50! your generosity and for the continued support of
successful businessperson for For more information, go to www. the community for our projects.
the last 20-plus years and on EasyShoppingNH.com
. Happy Holidays!
Pelham’s Capital Improvement
Melanie Dow - Windham Windham’s Helping Hands - Windham
7 Days a week
8 a.m.- 6 p.m
Plan Committee for three
years, I know Pelham has a
great window of opportunity
‘Tis the Season Cherishable Gifts
Apples, Winter Squash
in this present economy that
can enhance our goals. I
for Giving Trees for Anyone’s Taste
Sweet Cider, Perserves, Honey
will be a strong advocate for
Windham’s Helping Hands needs your It’s that festive time of the year! If you’re
our children, while engaging
assistance to help fulﬁll the holiday wishes of looking for gifts that are special, look no further!
parents, teachers, students, and
54 ELWOOD RD., LONDONDERRY • 434-5600 • 434-6017
families in our community. Once again, we Send a bit of Windham to college, a friend or
the broader community to ﬁnd
have a Friends of the Library “Giving Tree” and a relative moving, as a hostess gift, or a stocking
solutions to the issues facing
donation “drop box,” both conveniently located. stuffer! The Windham Woman’s Club has the
NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOT & ANKLE
our schools. I am committed
The tree can be found at the Nesmith Library, and following items for that special gift, which you can
to keeping the academic
is now covered with colorful paper ornaments. purchase at Windham Town Hall, or by calling
25 Buttrick Road, D-1 • Londonderry, NH 03053 achievement of our children at
Each ornament describes a child and their wish. Ruth Bellizzi at 216-5163.
the forefront of all our policies
Simply choose the gift that you would like to • The “1808 Webber House” – Pictured on the
Dr. Rodney R. Gallo, Jr.
and decisions while being
purchase by taking the ornament from the tree. 2008 commemorative glass ornament is the
603 432-FOOT (3668)
ﬁscally responsible. Together,
Purchase the item and attach the ornament to 200-year-old house where Mrs. Webber has
we can build the foundation for
the gift. Please return the gift, unwrapped, to the lived since 1934, and still calls home today.
a successful future for all our
what this place
Nesmith Library by Friday, December 11. The painting portrayed on the ornament is an
A gift collection box is located in the Windham original pen-and-ink watercolor painting by
can do for Your Feet”
It is time to engage all our
Police Department. You can bring any unwrapped Diane Gulden, a well-known Windham artist,
positive options and move
toy or gift to the WPD up until December 11. member of Windham Woman’s Club, and close
Pelham into a scholastic
Please do not drop any gifts off after the 11th; friend of Mrs. Webber.
presence in New Hampshire.
we will not be able to deliver them in time for • Two cookbooks – What’s Cooking in Windham
Spending every penny wisely
Christmas. When choosing a gift, remember that has a variety of many recipes, as well as helpful
as if it were our own business,
we help people of all ages. The box is accessible hints; and What’s Cooking in Windham II. The
Fully Insured because in all honesty, it is!
24 hours a day. beautiful art work on the front and back cover
With that, I kindly ask for your
Gift certiﬁcates and monetary donations is artistically done by member and resident of
consideration. Please feel free
are happily accepted, and can be mailed to Windham, Diane Gulden – shown are the Town
to reach out to me at my e-mail
TREE STUMPS AND
Windham’s Helping Hands, P.O. Box 4073, Hall; Searles School and Chapel; Armstrong
Windham, NH 03087. Memorial Building; and Searles Castle. Our
SHRUBS GROUND OUT
with any questions or concerns.
If you have any questions regarding the “Scenes of Windham” that are shown in the
GOOD WORK – GOOD RATES
I look forward to serving as a
program, please call Sally Hunt at 898-9586. cookbook are from the postcard collection of
member of the School Board.
It is our goal to ensure that all of Windham’s Dennis A. Root. The books contain over 200
Andy Ducharme - Pelham
families have a joyful holiday season. As always, recipes from members and local restaurants.
Windham’s Helping Hands thanks you for Everything at your ﬁngertips.
generosity and continued support. • Entertainment Books 2010 – Southern New
An Evening of
Happy Holidays! Hampshire, Southern Maine area, and the
Greater Boston Area. The books are ﬁlled with
Patti Letizio - Windham
hundreds of coupons good on dry cleaning,
B Beneﬁt Windham’s food, hotels, rental cars, movies, and so much
A A Thanksgiving Thank-You more. Entertainment books can only be
purchased through www.windhamwomansclub.
Windham’s Helping Hands would like to thank
AUTO • HOME• BUSINESS The Chatterbox Café and
all of people who helped to ﬁll the Thanksgiving
• The beautiful Afghan of Windham, which
FINANCIAL SERVICES SHOP WITH US present
Food Baskets for families here in Windham.
NUMEROUS “An Evening of Shopping” to
depicts the historic town buildings of Windham.
The Windham Woman’s Club, in conjunction
Proceeds from the Windham Woman’s
beneﬁt Windham’s Helping
with Windham’s Helping Hands and all four
Club activities go to support many initiatives.
Hands. This event will feature
of Windham’s Schools, took part in organizing
There are annual scholarships, books for the
Call us for a variety of vendors that will
the food contributions. As a result, each family
the best price!
offer a delightful evening of
schools, donations to Shepherd’s Pantry, teacher
holiday shopping on Monday,
received a Thanksgiving dinner, all the ﬁxings, and
appreciation day, and monthly visits and
December 7, from 5-8 p.m. at
extra supplemental groceries.
goodies for veterans at the VA Medical Center
the Chatterbox Café, 4 Cobbetts
Thank you to the staff and families of Golden
in Manchester. We also gather warm coats and
Brook School, Center School, Middle School,
Septic Systems • Sewer Hook-ups, etc.
Pond Road, Windham.
sweaters for those in need; Thanksgiving basket
and Windham High School for generously
Gravel • Fill • Loam • Sand
The Café will host this event,
and Christmas gifts for families in need; hold an
donating 7,892 pounds of groceries! A “friendly
2 Way Radios for Quick Service
annual “baby shower” to help young families; and
competition” between the schools, with the prize
more! We also have social activities.
& Son, Inc.
being a “Turkey Trophy” to be proudly displayed
The Windham Woman’s Club sincerely thanks
at their school until next year’s food drive, fueled
Residential & Commercial Excavating & Grading
you for your continuous support through the
the event. The winning school was Center School
years of our organization, and we wish you a very
38 SCHOOL ST., SALEM, NH
with a total of 2,665 pounds, followed closely by
happy holiday season!
Windham High School with 2,409 pounds. It was
Ruth Coole, Windham
Woman’s Club - Windham
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On behalf of the WHS Jaguar
• Immediate Weekly Income Potential
Booster Club, I would like to say
• Excellent Benefit Packages
thank you to all those helped to
• No Inventory, Deliveries or Collections
Antiques - Collectibles
make the Court Jester vs. Jammin’
• Team Support Committed to
Jaguar fundraiser a huge success!
• No Boss to Report to-You Are the Boss!
������� The night was full of fun,
• American Owned Corporation
laughter, and smiles as the Jesters
performed their hilarious antics
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for the crowds, which packed the
new high school gymnasium.
The Boosters would like to
thank Jake Simard for singing the
FIX YOUR TEETH!
National Anthem so beautifully.
Congratulations to Marshal
Pesaturo, who won the Celtics
tickets in the free throw contest/
rafﬂe. A big shout-out to our
Jammin’ Jaguar team; you put
yourselves out there and made
the night awesome!
No event is successful without
the efforts of the hardworking
volunteers who make sure that
everything goes off without
������������������������� a hitch. Thank you to Linda
Adams, Marion Alberico, Holly
Breton, Joyce Carbonneau, Ron
Carbonneau, John Carpenter,
Robin Cino, Paul Cino, Heather
Edelstein, Bob Edelstein, Brenda
Golden, Laurie Liddy, Bridget
Swift, and Laurie Yennaco. We
would also like to thank to the
amazing high school custodial
staff, which went above and
beyond the call of duty to ensure
the night was successful.
The event was a smashing
success, and with the proceeds
from the game, we will be
purchasing the new Jaguar
mascot costume. So be on the
lookout…there will be a Jaguar
on the prowl!
We are looking forward to
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fundraisers. Thank you all for
Beth Lippold, President, WHS
Jaguar Booster Club - Windham
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