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Five Blue Devils Take Titles at Meet of Champions; Eight Qualify for New Englands

by Chris White The Salem Blue Devils shined at the New Hampshire Outdoor Track and Field Meet of Champions in Merrimack last Saturday with five Blue Devils taking home gold medals. The lone champion for the boys’ team

was Jerickson Fedrick, who actually grabbed a title in two events: the 100 meters (10.99 seconds) and the 200 meters (22.56 seconds). The girls’ team, meanwhile, posted four champs: Victoria Rozumek in the high jump (five feet, four inches), Taylor Buatti in the pole vault (nine feet, six inches), Melissa Higgins in the 300 hurdles (44.52 seconds), and Amy Desrosiers in the discus (128 feet, four inches). Desrosiers, a junior, managed to repeat

her 2009 state championship in the discus when she threw for 122 feet, two inches. Now, in the 2010 state meet, she led Salem’s throwing crew, which also featured Grace Cardarelli taking sixth place in the javelin (109 feet, four inches) and Stephanie Chapman earning 14th in the shot put (31 feet, eight and one-quarter inches). Also, the versatile Higgins took third places in the long jump (16 feet, nine and three-quarter inches) and the 200 meters (26.50 seconds) on top of her first in the 300 hurdles. In addition to Fedrick, the boys dominated the 100-meter event as Max Jacques finished third (11.34 seconds) and Ross Davies came in fourth (11.45 seconds) to give Salem a total of three athletes in the

top six spots for the race. On top of that, Jacques finished seventh in the triple jump (42 feet, four and one-quarter inches) and eighth in the 300 hurdles (41.48 seconds), while Davies took seventh in the 200 meters (23.43 seconds). Hurdlers Gabe Frias and Doug Hopkins also represented Salem in the 110 hurdles.

By finishing in the top six of their respective events, eight Blue Devils – Rozumek, Buatti, Higgins, Desrosiers, Cardarelli, Fedrick, Jacques, and Davies – have qualified for the New England Championships in New Britain, CT, on Saturday, June 12.

Barron School PTA Golf Tournament

submitted by Lisa Webb, Barron School PTA The Barron School PTA sponsors a Golf

Tournament at Campbell Scottish Highlands Golf Course in Salem to raise money for the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) on June 5. A great sunny day and supportive parents, teachers and local businesses help to raise over $1,200 to help enrichment programs and fund family- and child-focused events for Salem Youth. Thank you all who participated and supported this event.

Some of the golfers, including William T. Barron

Elementary School Principal Anthony Dinardo and Lancaster Elementary School Principal Adam Pagliarulo

Salem School

June 14-18, 2010 Elementary Schools

Monday - Popcorn chicken or Manager’s Choice, Seasoned corn, Oven Baked fries, Cinnamon Apple slices. Tuesday - Chicken patty/ bun, Green beans, Pretzels, Chilled peaches. Wednesday - Rib- A-Q sandwich or BLT sandwich, Celery sticks/dip, Baked Doritos. Thursday - Grilled hot dog, Oven baked fries, Seasoned vegetable, Raisins. Friday - Turkey sandwich, Carrot sticks/dip, Baked Doritos. *All lunches served with assorted milk and fresh fruit (fresh apple on Friday)

Woodbury School

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Monday - Main: Chicken tenders, Oven baked potato wedges, Green beans, Chilled apricots, Fresh fruit, Milk. Deli: Bacon burger. Pasta: Meatballs. Tuesday - Main: Chicken patty sandwich, Potato puffs, Corn niblets, Chilled peaches, Fresh fruit, Milk. Deli: Cheeseburger. Pasta: Cook’s Choice. Wednesday - Main: Rib-A- Q/bun, Celery sticks/dip, Doritos, Chilled pears, Fresh fruit, Milk. Thursday - Main: Chicken tender sub, Potato Puffs, Corn niblets, Chilled pineapple, Fresh fruit, Milk. Deli: Closed. Pasta: Closed. Friday - Main: chicken patty sandwich, Baked chips, Carrots, Raisins, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Deli: Closed. Pasta: Closed.



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LunchMenus Salem High School

Monday - Chicken fritters/dipping sauce, Rice pilaf, Seasoned hot vegetables, Chilled pears. Tuesday - Chicken parmesan/bulky roll, Assorted baked chips, Tossed salad/dressing, Chilled peaches, Fresh fruit. Wednesday - Buffalo chicken tender sub, Pretzels, Veggies/dip, Chilled apricots, Fresh fruit. Thursday & Friday - Breakfast: Open. Lunch: A light lunch will be available until 11:30 a.m.

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Kiwanis Helps to Save SHS Baseball Field

submitted by Howie Zidel Back in 2005,

Kiwanis stepped up and donated $6,500 to Salem so that some disputed land in the outfield of the baseball field could be purchased from a private owner. Once again, Kiwanis stepped up to help the Town and the children of our community. It was possible that the school would have lost part of the field and, as a result, incur considerable expense in reconfiguring the playing field. Kiwanians are proud of what we do for the greater Salem Community. The banner was recently installed by Dave Rozumek, Athletic Director at the HS.

Te Kiwanis banner that was recently installed on the Centerfield Fence of the Salem HS baseball field

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t’s auction season again at Greystone Farm! Enjoy

delicious picnic fare, cool summer drinks, and the chance to win one of 50 baskets donated by local businesses. From gift certificates, to toys, to a gambling getaway at Foxwoods, you never know what you might be taking home!


CHANCE IN OUR GRAND RAFFLE! Prizes include a flat screen TV, camera and a $250 Southwest Airlines gift card!

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Every day, Todd Brisard goes wherever he is needed to maintain PSNH’s power lines, making sure places like the Dover Ice Arena have all the electricity they need. And when Todd Brisard’s son hits the puck into the goal in overtime and Todd goes nuts in the stands, it doesn’t seem crazy to ask…

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