Pelham - Windham News November 5, 2010 - 11
ARNNE Featured at Charity Event Parking Unregistered Vehicles
submitted by Tim Corwin, Zoning Board of Adjustment/ Code Enforcement Administrator Windham residents need to be aware that only one unregistered
submitted by Sandy, Volunteer, Animal Rescue Network of New England On Thursday, October 28, Enterasys
Networks, Andover, MA, invited Animal Rescue Network of New England (ARNNE) to attend their October Andover Charity event at their annual Halloween party. ARNNE was their featured charity, thanks to our hardworking volunteer, Christine Mousseau. She had placed posters at work and sent e-mails to all workers ahead of time announcing that ARNNE would be the charity at the party. Christine worked very hard to make this event a success for ARNNE.
Christine had a beautiful raffle table
set up. Anyone who made a donation (cash/check) to ARNNE would be given a raffle ticket for a chance to win some “cool” prizes. The event even had an XBox 360! They also had “drop boxes” placed at different locations from Friday, October 22, to Friday, November 5, for material goods on our “wish list.” There was also information sent around about our rescue, as well as our need of foster homes and
volunteers! Many employees stopped at the ARNNE table and talked about our rescue. We were pleased to learn that they knew a lot about ARNNE ahead of time and had even visited our Website. We handed out some Halloween candy and dog bone treats to the kids that stopped by our table. They were happy to see “dog bone” treats to take home to their dog! ARNNE was represented by myself
(Sandy); Christine Mousseau; Ellen; Lady Bug and Jagger; Mary Gayle; her daughter, Abby; and Kathy Rouleau. It was a wonderful opportunity for our
rescue. Enterasys Networks employees donated $292.84 to ARNNE! We also received many items on our wish list as well. There is a picture below of all our goodies! We will also be receiving more donated items next week. Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications Company, is a premier global provider of wired and wireless network infrastructure and security solutions. Please visit www.enterasys.com
. We are very grateful to Christine and
Enterasys! Local Students Eligible for Simon Youth Foundation Scholarship Program
submitted by Casey Kennett The application period for Simon Youth Foundation’s (SYF) Community Scholarship Program, for which area high school seniors are eligible, opened October 15. Students can find the application by logging on to SYF’s Website at www.syf.org
, or by picking up a paper copy by visiting the Simon Guest Services Center at the Mall at Rockingham Park. Scholarships are awarded to one student at every Simon property across the country, and any student graduating in the class of 2011 who lives in or near a community with a Simon property is eligible. The program will award a scholarship of up to $1,400 to students who plan to enroll in an accredited college, university, vocational, or technical school.
In addition, 10 regional awards called “Awards of Excellence” will be given to top candidates. The regions eligible are Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Dallas, Indianapolis, Miami, New York, Orange County, Orlando, and Seattle/Tacoma. Students from these areas will have the opportunity to win a $2,500 renewable scholarship. In 2010, a total of $342,800 was distributed to 196 recipients nationwide. Since 2000, $3,318,700 in community scholarship awards has been made to 2,018 students.
Recipients of the scholarships are chosen by Scholarship Management Services, the third-party
administrator of SYF’s scholarship program. Students are selected based on a variety of criteria, including financial need, academic performance, leadership skills, and participation in school and community activities. Those students who are the first in their family to pursue a post-secondary education will also be given close consideration. The completed application, along with official school
transcripts and parents’ most recently filed tax form, must be sent to Scholarship America by December 31. “Helping youth across the country achieve their goals is a special endeavor,” said Dr. Richard Markoff, Executive Vice President, SYF. “Our Community Scholarship Program ensures that money is not the barrier keeping capable students from attending higher education.” Simon Youth Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public, non-profit organization established in 1998, fosters and improves educational opportunities, career development, and life skills for at-risk youth through focused programs and initiatives. SYF accomplishes its mission through two initiatives: Education Resource Centers (ERCs), alternative schools that enable students to complete high school, and its multidimensional scholarship program. The foundation has awarded more than $4.4 million in post-secondary scholarships and operates 21 alternative schools in 11 states.
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vehicle may be parked on your property at a time. The outdoor parking of more than one unregistered vehicle is prohibited in all zoning districts. Only licensed car dealers and licensed junkyards are exempt from this rule. Motor vehicles include cars, vans, trucks, boats, campers, and any other type of vehicle that is required to be registered with the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles. If you currently have more than one unregistered vehicle on your property, you need to either register those vehicles, remove them, or seek a variance from the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Keep in mind that your unregistered vehicle may not be kept within the minimum required front-, side-, and rear-yard setbacks. In most residential districts, the minimum required front yard is 50 feet and the minimum required side and rear yards is 30 feet. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tim Corwin, Zoning Board of Adjustment/Code Enforcement Administrator, at 432-3806 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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