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Pelham - Windham News 10 - November 5, 2010


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Food Bank Donations

New Hampshire hunters can share their fall harvest with the

needy through the “Hunt for the Hungry” program at the New Hampshire Food Bank. The food bank is collecting donations of whole or processed game animals for distribution to more than 400 food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, and group homes statewide. Last year (2009), the Hunt for the Hungry program took in a record 3,645 pounds of donated deer, bear, moose, duck, and other game meat, topping the past record of 3,288 pounds of meat donated by hunters in 2007. To donate game, and for packaging instructions, call Michele Garron at the Food Bank, 669-9725, ext. 12. If you’re donating a whole deer, you can bring it to Lemay & Sons Beef in Goffstown (622-0022), and they will process it for the food bank at no charge. “We are counting on continued strong support from hunters

this year,” said Garron. “Donations of protein foods are always hard to come by. That’s a big need that the Hunt for the Hungry program helps fill. Venison is especially popular—a real treat for clients.” For more information on donating to the New Hampshire Food Bank, visit

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I would like to extend my most sincere thanks and appreciation to the voters

of Salem and Windham for their support. I consider it a privilege to be your

representative in Concord and will serve with honesty, integrity and never forget that the best interests of these two wonderful communities come first.

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The Beauty Cottage Went Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

submitted by the Beauty Cottage Costume Winners submitted by Lisa Manley

Te Beauty Cottage acknowledged Breast Care awareness month. In addition to our pink extensions, CJ Monoxelos got the Breast Cancer Symbol shaved and colored it pink. His sister, Katie Monoxelos, a stylist at the Beauty Cottage, was proud to do the artwork.

Fifth and sixth graders at the Academy of Notre Dame, Tyngsborough, MA, ended their week with a Halloween Social. Shown here are the winners of best costume: First place is Ethan “Elvis” Ekberg, second place is Alivia “Flapper Girl” Farris of Pelham, and third place went to Zachary ‘Ting 1” Gitschier and Brian “Ting 2” Saroni.

Girl’s Second Hair Donation Influences Friends

submitted by Stacey Cantacesso Mia Cantacesso of Pelham, 6, recently donated approximately 12 inches of her hair to Wigs for Kids ( This is her second hair donation; her first was about two years ago to Locks of Love, and she enjoyed helping those less fortunate so much that she decided to donate again. She has already made such a positive influence on fellow classmates that

friends of hers have decided to grow their hair so they may donate as well.

She had

her hair cut at Absolute

Mia with her new bob Mia holds the 12 inches of hair that was cut Elegance in Salem.

Input Needed on Community Transportation in Nashua Region

submitted by Nashua Regional Planning Commission The Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) is seeking input on the need for community transportation in the Nashua Region, which includes Amherst, Brookline, Hollis,

Hudson, Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, Pelham, and Wilton. NRPC is interested in obtaining input from existing and future users of community transportation. Community transportation includes services that address all transit needs of a community, including general and special populations, such as persons with disabilities and seniors. Services can include public transit, car pools, volunteer drivers, and other options.

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NRPC has developed a Regional Community Transportation Needs Survey for citizens to share their opinions and input. The survey will be available online until December 15 at To obtain a hard copy via U.S. Mail, call 424-2240, ext. 11 with your request and complete mailing address. Hard copies can be returned to the address found at the end of the survey. This survey is important because NRPC is working with Community Transportation stakeholders throughout the region to develop a more efficient transportation system. Your input and ideas will be important as we move forward with this effort.

Poetry Contest

for NH Students submitted by Patricia Frisella, President, Poetry Society of NH The Poetry Society of New Hampshire sponsors an annual contest for New Hampshire students in grades one through 12. There are two categories— one for elementary and junior high and one for high school. Ten poems in each category are published in The Poet’s Touchstone, the society’s quarterly magazine. Younger winning poets receive a certificate and small writing journal. Older students receive a certificate and a $10 prize check. There is an entry fee of $1 per poem. Postmark deadline is March 31. For a set of complete guidelines, visit the society Website at or write to us at PO Box 637, Farmington, NH 03835 (enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope). For more information on the Poetry

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