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Pelham - Windham News 6 - October 29, 2010

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2x1 What is Scouting for Food?

submitted by Carolyn Caron Scouting for Food is the largest single food drive in the United

States. On Saturday, October 30, we will have Scouting for Food Bagged

Food Collection Day. Windham Scouts return to each mailbox (or door for condos) and collect the filled bags, and then they sort and count all donations. The donated foods are then brought to a local food pantry—The Shepard’s Pantry. Please have donations out by 8:30 a.m. Any late or overlooked bags can be dropped off at the Scouting for

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Food Vigil, located at Center School, that night. If you miss the night deadline as well, Brown Bag Sunday, which is the second Sunday of each month at St Matthew’s, will also deliver your donations to the Shepard’s Pantry.

Donation Guidelines: Glass items can cause significant risk to those handling them due

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to cracking, so glass containers will not be accepted. Perishables, including fruit, vegetables, meats, and frozen items, also will not be accepted, as they will not only be ruined during transit, but can spoil and render surrounding food unfit. No open or partially used items will be accepted, either. The most needed foods are nutritious, non-perishable foods. The following are highly desirable: powdered milk, peanut butter, canned meats, tuna, cereal, meals in a can (stew, chili, soup), paper products, diapers, 100% fruit juices, and canned foods. Any cash donations can be made by check to “The Shepard’s Pantry.” If rain is forecast, place all donations covered in plastic to prevent spoilage.

Bear Cubs Learn to Be Ready

submitted by Jim Curtin Windham Pack 263 Bears visited the Windham Fire Station for a life lesson in “being ready” from their Bear Scout handbook. Firefighter Danielle Dubowik explained to the Scouts what do in case of an accident at home (9-1-1), if a family member needs help (9-1-1), and if someone clothes catches fire (Stop-Drop-Roll). Firefighter Dubowik covered other “Be Ready” topics from the Bear Handbook, such as what a Scout should do in case of a water accident, school bus accident, and a car accident. For extra credit, Firefighter Dubowik instructed each Scout to meet with their family and plan an escape route from their home and have a practice fire drill. The Scouts enjoyed their visit to the Windham Fire House, and are especially grateful to Firefighter Danielle Dubowik for taking the time to assist them in their Bear Scout achievements. Windham Pack 263 Bear Scouts give a Cub Scout salute to Firefighter Dubowik and the Windham Fire Department.

U.S. Attorney’s Office Establishes District Election Officer and Election Day Hotline

submitted by Department of Justice, District of New Hampshire United States Attorney John P. Kacavas has announced that Assistant United States Attorney Mark S. Zuckerman will lead the efforts of his Office in connection with the Justice Department’s nationwide Election Day Program for the upcoming November 2 general elections. AUSA Zuckerman has been appointed to serve as the District Election Officer for the District of New Hampshire and, in that capacity, is responsible for overseeing the District’s handling of complaints of election fraud and voting rights abuses in consultation with Justice Department Headquarters in Washington. United States Attorney Kacavas also announced the establishment of an Election Day Hotline that will be monitored throughout Election Day on November 2. The hotline number is (603) 491-5798. United States Attorney Kacavas said, “Every citizen is guaranteed the right to vote without interference or discrimination, unimpeded and untainted by fraud of any kind. The Department of Justice will act promptly and aggressively to protect the integrity of the election process.” Eight years ago, the Department of Justice established a Ballot Access and Voting Integrity Initiative. The goals of this ongoing Initiative are to increase the Department’s ability to deter election fraud and discrimination at the polls, and to prosecute these offenses whenever and wherever they occur. The Department’s long-standing Election Day Program furthers these goals, and also seeks to ensure public confidence in the integrity of the election process by providing local points of contact within the Department for the public to report possible election fraud and voting rights violations while the polls are open on Election Day. The franchise is the cornerstone of American

democracy. We all must ensure that those who are entitled to the franchise exercise it if they choose, and that those who seek to corrupt it are brought to justice. In order to respond to complaints of election fraud or voting rights abuses on November 2 and to ensure that such complaints are directed to the appropriate authorities, United States Attorney Kacavas stated that Assistant United States Attorney/DEO Zuckerman will be on duty in this District while the polls are open. He can be reached by the public at the following dedicated Election Day hotline: (603) 491-5798. In addition, the FBI will have Special Agents

available in each Field Office and Resident Agency throughout the country to receive allegations of election fraud and other election abuses on Election Day. The FBI can be reached by the public at (603) 472-2224.

Complaints about ballot access problems or discrimination can be made directly to the Civil Rights Division’s Voting Section in Washington at 1-800-253-3931 or 202-307-2767. A Federal Election Fraud Fact Sheet that explains what triggers federal criminal jurisdiction in connection with elections and voting rights is posted on the United States Attorney’s Website: United States Attorney Kacavas said, “The

effectiveness of our Election Day Program depends in large part on the watchfulness and cooperation of the American electorate. It is imperative that those who have specific information about discrimination or election fraud make that information available immediately to the United States Attorney’s Office, the FBI, or the Civil Rights Division.”

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