Pelham - Windham News
April 30, 2010 - 3
Walter Kolodziej Recognized for Community Efforts
by Robyn Hatch
Recently, the Windham Planning Board presented Walter Kolodziej with a beautiful art piece signed by members and friends. Designed by Hampstead artist Mary M. Pebble, the piece shows Walter standing in line, saluting the American flag. Walter is loved by many in
Windham. Not only is this man a former Marine and a State Representative, and has been a Planning Board member for over 11 years, just to name a few of his
Phil LoChiatto presents Walter Kolodziej with the award
Annual Pelham Food Drive
submitted by Frank Sullivan, Pelham Good Neighbor Fund
The Pelham Post Office, in conjunction with the U.S. Postal Services, will be sponsoring their 14th Annual Food Drive on Saturday, May 8. The Post Office will be coordinating this drive with the Pelham Good Neighbor Fund. All the food collected is for the St. Patrick Food Pantry. All non-perishable food items should be placed in or outside your mailbox on Saturday, May 8, or you can drop off the food at the Post Office. Since we are in a very difficult economy with high unemployment, many families are having
a hard time paying their bills, which has created more of a demand for food by the residents of Pelham. The food pantry is struggling to keep up with the demand, so we are asking everyone to please be as generous as possible. Checks payable to the St. Patrick Food Pantry should be mailed to: Pelham Good Neighbor Fund, P.O. Box 953, Pelham, NH 03076.
Suggested food items:
• Canned and dry goods, coffee, tea, cereal • Canned meat products • Spaghetti sauce and salad dressing • Ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salt and pepper • Canned fruits and vegetables • Paper products (paper towels, toilet paper, facial tissue)
• Cleaning supplies (dishwasher and laundry detergent, hand soap, floor cleaners)
• Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, and toothbrushes)
• Personal hygiene items
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On Saturday, March 20, the Cub Scouts from Pack 266 met at Windham Center School to race their Pinewood Derby cars. This event is a long-standing Cub Scout tradition where the scouts actually design and construct their own cars independently. The car begins as a block of pine wood that is approximately seven inches long and two inches high and deep. The scouts carve, paint, and decorate their own cars.
They are raced against other cars within the Scout’s rank. The top three winners of each rank are awarded with a trophy, and the top eight winners of the Pack are then qualified to compete in the District Pinewood Derby Race. This race will be taking place on Saturday, May 1, at St. Joseph’s Church in Salem. We wish the Pack 266 Scouts racing in the District Pinewood Derby Race all the best of luck.
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highlights, but he was a big part of keeping Windham looking the way it does today. Even though he did not recently get re-elected, this will not stop Walter from being a big part of Windham. The town of Windham and the staff of the Windham Community Development Center give a grateful and well-deserved thank- you to Walter.
Walter Kolodziej expresses his true emotions
photos by Robyn Hatch
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