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WE buy junk cars and trucks. Call Pat at Jean-Guy’s in Pelham, a N.H. Certified Green Yard, at 603-635-7171.
6/11-7/2/10 AR CLEANING
$10 Off 1st and 2nd Cleaning. We do not move dirt we remove it! We’re fully committed to providing all of our customers the quality cleaning services they desire and deserve. Great References. Affordable price. Call Patricia, 603-548-1090. 5/21-6/11/10 AR
ANDREA’S Quality Home Cleaning Service: Personalized Home Cleaning, Professional Office Cleaning, Free Estimates & Excellent References, Reliable & Affordable Prices. Don’t wait, make your appointment today. Call Andrea at
603-966-5729, 603-438-9533. 4/30-8/13/10
WINDOW & GUTTER Cleaning: 20 yrs. of friendly, courteous service. Professional cleaning of your windows and/or gutters. Get a cleaner window than anyone else. Ask how? Pressure washing, too. Licensed and Insured. Call 603-898-4213. 5/28-6/18/10
FOR RENT Canopy Tent Rentals
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CAPE COD Rental: July 18-25, 2010. Sea Mist Resort, Mashpee. 1-Bdrm, sleeps 4. Full kitchen, 2 full baths. 1st floor walk-out patio. Central air, indoor/ outdoor pool, tennis, mini-golf on site. 15 min. to Steamship Authority Ferry to Nantucket/ Martha’s Vineyard. $950/ week. Call 603-236-1075.
NORTH CONWAY VACATION CONDO Rental: WIFI/Pet Friendly, 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths with large kids playroom. Less than 3 miles to Storyland and only minutes to North Conway center. Take a short walk to the Saco River or enjoy the pool and tennis courts. Call 603-553-7845. 6/11-6/18/10
SUMMERVIEW Real Estate- 603-432-5453, 603-818-1021 Office’s For Rent. Includes all Utilities. Single rooms from $200, with common kitchen. Two large rooms, $695. Includes all Utilities. 3 Rooms w/kit. & bath, and small conference room. Agents Needed!!! 6/4-6/25/10
BEDROOM- 7 pc. Solid Cherry Sleigh, new in boxes (all dovetail). Cost $2200, asking $875. Call Adrianna, 603-401-3352. 6/4-6/11/10 AR
BED: Queen, 9” thick Orthopedic pillow-top set. New in plastic. Cost: $1100, Sell: $295, King: $395, Full: $275. Can deliver. 603-401-3352 6/4-6/11/10 AR
CABINETS: Glazed Maple, never installed. Can add or subtract to fit your kitchen. Cost: $8,000, Sacrifice: $1650. 603-401-3352 6/4-6/11/10 AR
HOT TUB/SPA: Brand new model, 5 person, lights, ozonator, cover & warranty. Cost: $5950; sell: $2950. 603-401-3352 6/4-6/11/10 AR
FOR SALE- MOTORCYCLE ‘92 Yamaha, Low Mileage, Red 750, $2,700. Also available, Yardman mower, 25,000 Generator, B/O. Call 603-508-2135 or email email@example.com
6/11-6/18/10 HELP WANTED BUILDING
MAINTENANCE professional in Windham, P/T, flexible hours, excellent work conditions.
Call 603-231-7336. 6/4-6/11/10
LOOKING to train someone to clean residential homes in Windham Area. Flexible schedule/ Part-time. Pay, $10/hour. Call 603-889-7811. 6/11-6/18/10
NAIL TECH WANTED- Acrylic w/out drill and gel experience required. Award winning, busy Hudson salon, offering hourly pay plus education opportunities. Must be a team player. Call 603-880-6310 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICE/RECEPTION professional in Windham, P/T, flexible hours, excellent work conditions.
Call 603-231-7336. 6/11-6/18/10 HOME IMPROVEMENT
A A PINELLE Painting: Painting, carpentry and power washing. Te finest care to your home’s exterior is the most cost effective solution. High-end and specialty coatings welcome. Call Paul, 603-235-8951.
A RK PRO PAINTING: Interior/Exterior, High Quality Work and Honesty from a trusted contractor. A small company that produces big results! Rkpropainting.com
603-231-9240 6/4-6/25/10 AR
B&B GUTTERS SEAMLESS: Cleaning and repairs, roofing, siding, windows, remodeling. Quality work, fair price. Call Luc for a free estimate at 603-204-7779. 5/28-6/18/10
BOUCHER Handyman and Remodeling LLC. Home repair and maintenance. Interior and exterior painting. Power Washing. Finished basement & bath, etc. No job too small! Let us take care of your “Honey Do” list. 603-882-7162 6/11-7/2/10
COLLINS Bros PAINTING: Interior & Exterior; Top quality work; Affordable; Fully insured; Free estimates; Excellent refs. 603-886-0668
DAVE’S HANDYMAN SERVICES: Interior painting, windows, doors, decks, basements, and general home repairs. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. References available. 603-486-1310
*JACOBS CONSTRUCTION* Additions, decks, screened porches, basements, interior trim work, etc. Licensed and insured. Over 25 years experience. We accept MC, Visa, Discover. Call Joe, 603-635-9953.
JOE’S HANDYMAN Service: I do what he won’t. No job too small. All around home repair and maintenance. Bathroom and basement remodeling, decks, doors, windows, light plumbing, electrical, indoor and outdoor painting. Call 603-670-8151 (cell) or 603-893-8337.
4/9-6/11/10 HOME IMPROVEMENT
KME PAINTING LLC. Why Remodel? Painting is quicker, cleaner and better bang for the buck. Interior, exterior, home improvement. Quality work at a fair price. Fully insured, call for a free estimate. 603-759-5680
PAUL’S P.E.D Carpentry/ Remodeling. Decks, porches, doors, windows, kitchens, baths, basements, and all interior or exterior home repairs. Workmanship is always guaranteed. Licensed & insured. Call Paul for free estimates, 594-8377.
PLASTERING and Drywall, Ceilings, Remodeling, Basements, Additions, and Water Damage. Over 25 yrs experience. Fully insured, free estimates. Call Scott, 603-880-3520.
SANTORELLI CONSTRUCTION, INC., family owned, established 1972. We do municipal, residential, and commercial work. We specialize in sidewalks, curbing, driveways, walls, walkways, and patios. We also offer bobcat and backhoe services. Please call 781-245-4611.
START to Finish Home Repair: Home repairs, additions, remodels, preventative maintenance. Free estimates, insured. Call Ed at 603-305-3355.
SULLIVAN & SONS Fence: All styles of fence. Guaranteed workmanship, your fence or mine. Licensed since 1988. Call Art, 603-943-5991.
Riding Lessons 14 years of experience. Beginner to Advanced
Hudson 603-321-5628 INSTRUCTION
SING BETTER NOW! Train professional quality for public events, TV, Musical Teater and Grand Opera. Experience vibrato, pitch control and smooth high notes. Undo bad training. Prepare conservatory and professional auditions. Master Classes, CD, and DVD recordings. Our students have soloed for Disney Productions, major touring and opera companies. Carey and Henderson Studios, Nashua and Hudson.
Call 603-889-6580 or 603-577-9863. 5/28-6/18/10
10% OFF Spring Clean-ups. Fully insured- Great references- Affordable prices. FDM LAWN, 603-548-6288 or e-mail:
. 5/21-6/11/10 AR
AAA LANDSCAPING: Spring clean-ups, Mulching, Lawn/Sod Installation, Irrigation, Backhoe Service, Lawn Mowing starting at $30, Retaining Walls, Patios, Low Prices, Free Estimates, Fully Insured. Call Jason at 603-759-4591. 6/4-6/25/10
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Places to Go … People to See
June 12: John Stark’s Journey to the Battle of Bennington, Manchester, NH. Features the story of the journey of John Stark from Charlestown, NH (Fort at Number 4) to his resounding victory as a commander of the New England revolutionary forces against the British Army at the Battle of Bennington on August 16, 1777. The presentation will include images to help describe the confrontation, the camps, the battle preparations, and the meeting places on Stark’s route to Bennington. General Stark is Manchester’s great hero of the Revolutionary War. Pre-registration required. Admission fee. 10:30 a.m.-noon. (603) 622-7531; www.manchesterhistoric.org
HELP WANTED Help Wanted
New Dairy Queen/Orange Julius in the Rockingham Mall (Food Court)
Now Hiring Seeking employees for all positions
Pick up application on site between 9 and 5 or at Hudson Dairy Queen located at 119 Ferry St Hudson, NH
June 14: Covered Bridges of New Hampshire, Concord, NH. Covered wooden bridges have been a vital part of the NH transportation network, dating back to the early 1800s. Given NH’s myriad streams, brooks, and rivers, it’s unsurprising that 400 covered bridges have been documented. Often viewed as quaint relics of a simpler past, they were technological marvels of the day. It may be native ingenuity and NH’s woodworking tradition that account for the fact that a number of nationally noted covered bridge truss designers were NH natives. Highlighted by images of NH bridges, past and present, we will witness their ultimate transition from commonly used structures to historic icons. 2:15 p.m. Havenwood Heritage Heights, 33 Christian Ave. (603) 229-1185. June 15: Petticoat Patriot: A Woman in the Continental Army, Brentwood, NH. In 1778, $60 a year in gold was a tempting offer to Army recruits. Deborah Samson disguised herself as a man in order to serve in the Continental Army of 17 months during the American Revolution. Unlike many better-known women of the era, Samson’s claim to fame is not as the wife of a famous man, but as a poor young woman who made her own way in the world in a daring fashion. 7 p.m. Mary E. Bartlett Library. (603) 642- 3355. June 17: The Fifties: Getting
There and Being There, Wolfeboro, NH. According to the myth of the 1950s, the nation followed a path of least resistance with tail-finned cars, grey flannel suits, and cookie-cutter homes. Images from those “middle years” of the 20th century seem quiet and rather bland. In reality, the 1950s – sandwiched as they were between the final years of the Great Depression and World War II and the struggle for civil and equal rights, the 1960s cultural revolution, and the Vietnam War – set the stage for momentous changes during the second half of the 20th century. 7 p.m. Wolfeboro Library. (603) 569-2428. June 24: Old Time Rules Will Prevail: The Fiddle Contest in New Hampshire and New England, Center Harbor, NH. Fiddle contests evolved from being endurance fiddling events to playing a set number of tunes judged by certain specific criteria. Whether large or small, fiddle contests tried to show who was the “best,” as well as preserve old-time fiddling, and raising money for local organizations. In recent years, the fiddle contest has declined significantly in New Hampshire and Vermont due to cultural changes and financial viability. The greatest legacies of the fiddle contests were recordings made at live competitions. A sampling of these tunes is played during the presentation, as well as some live fiddling by the presenter, Adam Boyce. 7 p.m. Center Harbor School House Museum. (603) 279-1236. June 24: the Story of Gilgamesh, Rindge, NH. Gilgamesh is the great epic of ancient Mesopotamia, one of the oldest works in Western literature, contemporary with the oldest parts of the Bible. It is the story of a legendary king who achieves heroic victories with the help of the wild man Enkidu. Long counted among the world’s
great poems, the Gilgamesh epic in the original Babylonian was found on broken tables, inscribed in ancient cruciform script. Sebastian Lockwood brings the story of Gilgamesh and Enkidu to life as these two discover each other, leave on a great adventure to battle Huwawa, where they will face Ishtar and death, and travel to see Utnapishtin (Noah) to find the answer to why we died. Gilgamesh will return to Uruk and write the story that will make him immortal. By telling the tale, we continue the story. Lockwood’s interpretation is based on David Ferry’s translation published by Noonday Press. 7 p.m. Cathedral of the Pines. (603) 899-3300. June 30: Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn, Hancock, NH. Through architecture unique to northern New England, this illustrated talk introduces history common to New Hampshire farmers and focuses on several case studies that show how farmers converted their typical separate house and barns into connected farmsteads. The presenter’s research demonstrates that average farmers were, in fact, motivated by competition with farmers in other regions of America who had better soils and growing seasons and fewer rocks to clear. The connected farmstead organization, housing equal parts mixed-farming and home- industry, was one of the collective responses to the competitive threat. 7 p.m. Hancock Town Library. (603) 525-4411. June 26-27: Gilsum Rock Swap and Mineral Show, Gilsum, NH. Features more than 60 dealers, swappers, distributors, and collectors, who can buy, sell, or swap beryl, quartz crystals, semi-precious stones, and rocks and minerals of all sorts. Free admission. 6/26 - 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; 6/27 - 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Gilsum Elementary School. (603) 357-9636; e-mail email@example.com
IN-TUNE Piano Services, Certified Piano Technician. Tuning, Repair, Regulation, Appraisals, Rebuilding. 603-429-6368. firstname.lastname@example.org
J.D. EXCAVATION: Excavator, backhoe & bobcat services, stump removal, drainage, foundation holes, pools & additions. Fully insured, free estimates. Locally owned & operated, in Pelham. 978-265-2923 5/21-6/11/10
LEGALLY ELIMINATE your debt. Stop your payments now. Not bankruptcy or consolidation. Call 800-665-6319, or email email@example.com
T.J. MALLEY Electric: Service Work is Our Specialty, Major Credit Cards Accepted. Call today!! 603-595-2970
Do You Have MOLD? Are You Getting Sick? 20 yrs. of Professional Indoor Air Quality Remedies. Get solutions, not gimmicks. Testing; Remediation; Wet and Bacteria Solutions. Certified and Insured. Call today, 603-898-4213. 5/28-6/18/10
ELECTRICAL WIRING- Licensed, Master Electrician. Complete wiring services. All jobs considered. Fast response. Call Dana at:
603-880-3768/ mobile 603-759-9876. 6/11-7/2/10 AR
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8 YEAR OLD FEMALE Golden Retriever, excellent health, excellent temperament to the right older couple for adoption. 883-1028 6/4-6/11/10
SWIMMING POOLS, Liner replacement and repairs, pool removals, installs, 12 years+ experience. Call Dan 8am-6pm. 603-765-1818
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WINDHAM, $205,000- Open House, Sun, 6/13, 12-2pm, Hardwood Heights, 3 level town home, 14 Stacy Circle, Cape Real Estate, 978-851-7283. 6/11/10
UNWANTED Scrap metal, cars and trucks, lawn tractors, washers and dryers, hot water tanks, etc. Will pick up. Call Steve at 261-5452. 6/11-6/18/10
ABC JUNCTION Preschool Going-out-of-business Yard Sale: Everything must go! Friday, 6/11, 12-2pm, and Sat, 6/12, 8am-2pm. 259 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Litchfield. 6/4-6/11/10
COMMUNITY Yard Sale- RESCHEDULED: Sat, 6/12, 8am-4pm, Shepherds Hill in Kimball Hill Road, Hudson, across from Benson’s Parking on Shadowbrook Drive only.
FUNDRAISER YARD/ BAKE SALE for Bella Tucker Fund: Sun, 6/13, 8am-2pm, 6 Cliff Ave (off Rte. 111), Hudson. Baby & kids clothes, furniture, baked goods, lemonade, and much more. Presented by the MOMS Club of Hudson Area, NH. 6/4-6/11/10
JUNE- Month Long Moving Sale: If the tarp is off, we’re open. 10 Roulston Road, Windham. Household, yard, camping, shed, firewood.
MULTI-FAMILY. Saturday, 6/12, 8am-2pm. Shephard and Mulberry Lane, Pelham. Jenny Lind Full Size Bed. 6-piece Wicker Patio Set. Yahama Keyboard. Fish Tank. Large Air Hockey. Much more! 6/11/10
MULTI-FAMILY Yard Sale: 5 Estey Drive, Londonderry. Sat, 6/12, 8am-3pm. Hunting stuff and more. 6/11/10
MULTI-FAMILY Yard Sale: 60 Griffin Road, Hudson. Sat, 6/12, 8am-2pm. 6/11/10
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