Pelham - Windham News
January 15, 2010 - 5
Scout Den Helnull nullt at Nashua Sounullnulltchen
submitted by nullnullnull Coates, nullanull 11, nullebenulls 2 Den nulleader
null Saturday, nullcember null, the nullebelos nullnulln, along
with two nullolf Scouts, donated their time to help out at the
nullshua Soup Kitchen, located at null nullestnut Street, nullshua.
Appronullmately nullnullindividuals and families receive nonnull
perishable food each week at the Soup Kitchen and Pantry. nullhe
Soup Kitchen also serves breakfast nullnday through Friday, and
dinner is served seven days a week. nullhe Soup Kitchen averages Chalk
nullnullnullmeals each week.
BASS has pulled the plug on the nullomen’s Bassmaster
nullour element of their Bassmaster nullournament nullrail. null the
announcement, BASS general manager and vice president nullom
nullcks called the decision nullery tough and one that we didn’t take
lightly.null BASS said nullo morenulland pulled the plug, primarily citing
the steadily declining participation levels at their events. null a
Above: null Pack 11 Webelos 2 Scouts and their leaders
tough economic climate, the nullomen’s Bassmaster nullour hasn’t been
lend their time at the nullashua SounullKitchen
thriving. nullither, however, have other nullhing events. Schedules
have been changed over the past null months. nullher competitive
trails are in nullestion by nullancial difnullulties across the nullhing and
nullnull: null Scouts nullse nullr a grounullnulloto anuller their danullonullnullilanthronullnull
Further, women’s products simply are not selling to the levels
commensurate with the percentages of women reported to be
participating in the outdoors. nullst year, one technical clothing
Salt Shed Bids Received
manufacturer was asked if they would be offering new gear
based on a breakthrough fabric in cuts designed for women. nullhe
by Barbara O’Brien Sullivan cautioned, enulllaining that the bid nullotes ranged from a low
response was pretty simplenull no. nullhe reasoningnull nullomen were
nulle of the pronullcts included in the proposed nullnull nullindham of nullnull,nullnullto a high of null.nullmillion.
not buying the current products. nullhere was no way to sell top
nullown operating budget is a new salt shednulla facility that needs to be null soliciting the bids, town ofnullials offered nulle different options
management on putting hardnullonullet fabrics into lines the marketing
relocated from its enullsting site near the historic depot. nullhe current for a salt shed facility. nullhese options, Sullivan said, range from nullst
departments didn’t believe would sell.
proposal includes building a new salt shed on townnullwned property a salt shed to a facility which combines both a salt shed and a fournull
nulldies, your activity drives a whole market and that market
located near the nullindham nullransfer Station off nulldge nullad. bay highway maintenance garage into a single structure.
depends on you and your participation.
Although the salt shed pronullct was renullcted by voters last Sullivan enulllained that three of the bids received null into the
year through a warrant article, ofnullials from the nullpartment of nullnull,nullnullproposed allocation to construct a new salt shed facility.
vironmental Services nullnullnullare still mandating that the relocation null nullwo of the other bidders are very close to that amount, but slightly Charlie Chalk can null reached at outdoorswithcharlienullreanewsgroupnullom
be completed by nullnull. null order to meet that deadline, selectmen higher, he added.
are including a portion of the money needed for the salt shed in nullring the beginning of
the proposed operating budget for this year. nullhe allocation of nullanuary, plans were for town
nullnull,nullnull to go toward a new salt shed, is also being recommended ofnullials, including nullghway
by members of the nullpital nullprovement Plan nullnullnullnullmmittee. Agent nullack nullnullrthy, to study
According to Assistant nullown Administrator nullna nullll, null bids the bids received for the salt shed
for a new salt shed were received by the late nullcember deadline. endeavor and to formulate any
hese are preliminary numbers,null nullnull own Administrator nullvid recommendations from there.
by Barbara O’Brien nullhat proposal was for an elderly housingnullursing
Fourteen years ago, nullry and Andy nullifnull home complenull nullnullhon said.
decided to sell their former farmland to the null became apparent, however, that Andy nullifnull
nullown of nullindham rather than have it turned into really didn’t want the farmland to be developed,
another development. null is that land that has nullnullhon said. So, that was when the idea of
since become nullifnull Park, one of the town’s nullest a town park came into play, and, turning down
assets. the null.nullmillion offer, the nullifnulls ultimately sold
null recognition of the nullifnull’s dedication to their the land to the nullown of nullindham, to be used for
hometown, the nullindham Baseball and Softball passive and nonnullassive recreational purposes.
nullague recently mounted a planulle at the park in nullhe price tag was nullnull,nullnull less than half of what
their honor. Andy nullifnull passed away at the age had been offered by the developers. null was only a
of null in nullnull, but his wife, nullry, was on hand for year later that Andy nullifnull passed away.
the recent planulle presentation. nulle was a remarkable gentleman,nullnullry
Selectman nullarles nullnullhon, who also serves nullifnull said of her late husband. nulle loved
as president of the nullindham Baseballnulloftball everybody and everybody loved Andy.null nulloking
nullague, spoke about the generosity of the nullifnulls at the planulle being displayed by nullnullhon,
and how the land came to belong to the nullown of nullry nullifnull smiled and thanked everyone for
nullindham. the honor. nullvery time nullgo to the park now,null
null nullnull, nullnullhon said, he was contacted by she said, looking at the etched likeness of her
Andy nullifnull and asked to serve as null gonulletweennull husband, null’ll be able to say hi to Andy.null
in securing a buyer for his family’s nullara Farm. nullhe nullifnull’s planulle will be displayed on nullhe
Andy and nullry nullifnull had spent most of their nullall of nullhanks,nullnullnullhon said. nullhis park is
adult life working the farm and operating the their legacy. nulle don’t want anyone to ever forget
produce stand, and eventually, an ice cream stand how we got here,nullhe said, adding that nullifnull Park
as well. nullry described herself as nullhe laborer,null will forever be dedicated to recreational purposes.
while Andy always got to operate the tractor. nullhere is also another planulle dedicated to the
null addition to his farm work, Andy nullifnull also nullifnulls, one that was mounted on a large stone
worked as a police ofnuller and prosecutor for which was found on the property while Andy
many years. null also served in the military for nullifnull was still alive. nullhis stone has been carbonnull
an enullended period. After returning to nullindham dated by scientists at the nullssachusetts nullstitute
following his military service in nullorld nullar null, of nullechnology nullnullnullto be thousands of years old.
Andy nullifnull was heard to say that paradise had nullhe stone is similar to those found at nullstery nullll
been lost when he went away, but was found in Salem, nullnullhon said. nullt is a true artifact.null
again upon his return to nullw nullmpshire and his nullhe original
beloved wife. planulle and
As Andy got older, however, he wanted to stone are
make sure that his wife was provided for in case displayed
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he couldn’t do it any longer. nullhat was when he near the front
approached nullnullhon about selling the farm. entrance to
nullAndy, nullry, and nullsat down at their kitchen table nullifnull Park.
to talk it out,nullnullnullhon said, a discussion which SIRLOIN TIPS
eventually resulted in the nullifnulls receiving null
offers on the property, one as high as null.nullmillion.
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