Pelham - Windham News
May 28, 2010 - 3
Scholarship Awards and Interview Challenge Winners
submitted by Michelle Harvell
The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the winners of the 2010 Scholarship Program and Interview Challenge competition. The winners of both programs were honored at a special awards Ceremony on May 18 at the Black Water Grill in Salem and presented to the public at the Taste of Greater Salem Food Show on May 19 at Atkinson Resort and Country Club. Winners for the Scholarship Program were selected from applicants with the highest overall score and determined by the Chamber’s Scholarship Committee. Winners of the Interview Challenge participated in several rounds of mock interviews, honing their communication skills and gaining valuable experience for future employment. The Interview Challenge program was conducted by the Chamber’s Business Education Collaborative, and supported by local business leaders. Competition for both programs was very tight again this year and the winners are as follows:
Honor Society. When not studying, playing sports, or volunteering in the community, Joe coaches children at Gym-Ken on the fundamentals of gymnastics. He enjoys hiking, snowboarding, water-skiing, and outdoor activities.
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she entered the Nursing program. Through Northeastern’s cooperative education program, she worked on the Reconstructive Unit at Shriner’s Hospital for Children, and in the Emergency Department at Children’s Hospital Boston. Kailyn just completed her fourth year of the nursing program and made Dean’s List every semester. She will begin her nursing practicum in the winter and finish her degree in 2011. Kailyn plans to become a Nurse Practitioner with specialization in pediatric nursing.
in Windham to collect all road and addressing information. This will enable us to provide exact location information to dispatch agencies, should an emergency arise. This process involves going to each structure in the town and collecting the actual X and Y coordinates, all posted addresses, and any new roads that we do not currently have in our data. If addresses are not clearly posted, we may need to verify resident or utility information. Should the need for this
Nicole Bourque – Nicole will
be graduating from Pelham High School in the top 10 of her class. She is the Vice President of the National Honor Society, Senior Class Secretary, co-captain of the school’s dance team, a member of the Spanish Honor Society, and the Community Service and Prom Committees. Additionally, she is a member of U*NA*T, a competitive dance team. Nicole will be attending Northeastern University in the fall majoring in Health Science, and plans to continue on to medical school to become a Pediatrician. Jordyn Oriole – Jordyn is a senior
Joe Trovato Sam Fazioli
Sam Fazioli – Sam is a senior at Salem High School. Academically, he is ranked in the top 10 students of his graduating class. He is the president of the National Honor Society, captain of the varsity cross country team, and captain of the varsity baseball team. Sam spearheaded the first Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness at Salem High School. Next fall, Sam will be attending Northeastern University in the Honors Program as a Mechanical Engineering Major, and aspires to work for NASA as an aerospace engineer. Sam received this year’s Ray Landry Scholarship Award, the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce’s premier scholarship for the highest overall score. Congratulations!
Joe Trovato – Joe is a senior at Salem High School. His love for technology resulted in a decision to study electrical engineering at Lehigh University next year. While at Salem High School, Joe participated on the varsity gymnastics team, lacrosse team, and championship volleyball team. In addition to athletics, Joe founded the SHS Ping Pong Club, was Co-Vice President of the Young Democrats, and is a member of the National
at Pelham High School and will attend Hawaii Pacific University in the fall. While in Hawaii, she will be studying Biology with a focus in Pre-Medicine. Jordyn is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and the President of Pelham High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). She served on the New Hampshire FBLA Leadership Team this past year. For additional details on the
awards presentation, the Taste of Greater Salem, or the Awards Winners, contact the Chamber Office at 893-3177.
Illegal Use of Fireworks Reminder
submitted by Windham Police Department
Windham residents are reminded that possession and/or
display of fireworks are regulated by Town Ordinance and State Statute (RSA). While some fireworks are permissible, a significant number that are available for retail purchase may be displayed only by someone who has received a certificate of competency by the State of New Hampshire. Residents may review the following specific statutes and town ordinance for further information: • Chapter (RSA) 160-B: Fireworks • Chapter (RSA) 160-C: Permissible Fireworks • Windham Town Ordinance 2:02:04:89 Contact may be made with the Windham Police Department for further clarification or information.
Amber Suzek – Amber is from East Hampstead, and graduated with honors from Pinkerton Academy in 2008. She is currently in her second year at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, in the six-year Doctor of Pharmacy program. Her passion for science and love of helping people led her to pursue a career in Pharmacy, where she plans to concentrate on medical research. Amber excels academically and will graduate with a Doctorate in Pharmacy in 2014. Kailyn Fastnacht – Kailyn
graduated from Salem High School in the spring of 2006 and continued her education at Northeastern University, where
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