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Pelham - Windham News 2 - February 4, 2011


Same ‘Ol, Same ‘Ol for Pelham Voters


by Doug Robinson If the Pelham voters were looking for new faces


to govern their town and schools for the coming year, they are not going to get it. Incumbent candid dates have applied for the positions for which their terms are about to expire, and most are running unopposed. Incumbent Selectmen Douglas Viger and


William McDevitt have signed the dotted line to fill the two three-year seats, for which their terms expire this year.


Kimberly Regan, incumbent, sits unopposed as Supervisor of the Checklist, and Budget Committee members Robert S. Sherman and Daniel Grimond will be asking the voters to


return these two incumbents back to the Budget Committee. The Budget Committee will have one position open for one year, and only once candidate, Dave Cate, will be looking for your vote. The Library Trustees have two seats available, and incumbents Ann Susan Snide and Doug Fyfe have announced themselves as candidates for these positions. The Planning Board has two positions up for election, and current Planning Board members Paul L. Dadak and Jason Croteau will be on the ballot.


Charlene F. Takesian will be running unopposed to be re-elected as the Town’s Treasurer. The heated race for the


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Town of Pelham will be the Cemetery Trustees. With only two three-year positions open, four candidates are dying to be Cemetery Trustees. Two incumbents, Timothy Zelonis and Richard W. Jensen, will be running against James Morgan and Donna M. Smith. On the school side, two seats are open. One candidate will complete the remaining one- year seat, which was vacated by Lorraine Dube, while the other candidate will be elected to a full term. The candidates who will be on the ballot in Pelham are Megan Larson (one-year) and Brian Carton (three-year).


Candidates for Windham Town and School Elections


Board of Selectmen (2 positions for 3 years) Charles E. McMahon Kathleen Sullivan DiFruscia Phil Lochiatto


Supervisors of the Checklist (1 position for 5 years )


Charles Russo


Trustees of the Trust Fund (1 position for 3 years ) Alponse J Marcil Jr.


Trustees of the Trust Fund ( 1 position for 2 years) Donna Maur


Trustees of the Library (2 positions for 3 years ) Jeff “JR” Siegel Mark Branoff Peter Tousignant


Trustees of the Library (1 position for 1 year ) Karen Marcil Planning Board (2 positions for 3 years ) Margaret McKee Crisler


Bruce R. Breton Jonathan Sycamore Planning Board (1 position for 1 year ) Bruce Richardson Carolyn B. Webber


Board of Adjustment (1 position for 3 years ) Mark Samsel


Trustees of the Cemetery (1 position for 1 year) Bruce Moeckel Gail N Webster


Trustees of the Cemetery (1 position for 3 years) Barbara A. Coish


School Board Candidates (2 positions for 3 years) Stephanie Wimmer Michelle Farrell Richard Horrigan Richard Forde Joel Dube


Home Depot offers First Pinewood Derby Workshop with Pack 25 Cub Scouts


submitted by Deb Zimmerman Cub Scouts from Pack 25 managed to brave the


snow on January 19 to work on their prize cars to be entered in their annual Pinewood Derby event, which took place at Pelham Elementary School over this past weekend. This was a first time event workshop that Home Depot offered to the Cub Scouts. This new event was masterminded by Jason a Supervisor at Home Depot and a Den Leader from Pack 25 during a monthly Kidz Workshop at Home Depot in Salem. The idea was to provide


a place for scouts to work on their cars from start to finish. Many scouts walked in with a block of wood and left with a shiny sports car painted in a multitude of colors provided also free of charge by the home depot. With the three stations set up by the team of volunteers at Home Depot, each scout could arrive with their design ideas and move from the Powertool Jigsaw area - where they cut out the block of wood into their car design - to the sanding table to smooth out their creation, and eventually over to the painting area where they could paint the car - all provided free of charge by the Home Depot. Most scouts applied their finishing touches at home, however, they were welcome to assemble their wheels and stickers at the event also.


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Top to bottom: Home Depot staff member and Benn Zimmerman helping right of painting station, Luis Negron’s dad, Riely Bassett and Luis Negron (Left of painting station, Patrick Menuti with Dad Sean Menuti and sister, too (sanding area).


next year, Jason says, “ Absolutely we will do this again. Next year we would love to offer a few additional scheduled dates and include other Packs in the local area as well. We are glad we could help out.” Parents who attended had similar feedback. “This is great! Once you get here it is worth the drive ...” said one mom of two scouts. Many thanks to the Salem Home Depot staff , especially Jason, Keisha, Lisa and Stepanie who looked like they truly enjoyed helping out the scouts.


We are excited that Enterprise Bank has opened a Branch in Hudson...


We began working with Enterprise Bank in 1989 when we owned a chain of variety stores in Lowell. After selling that business in 1997, we opened Red Brick Clothing Company in Pelham, NH and continued to work with Enterprise Bank because of the great service, responsiveness and expertise of their team. In 2004, the business had grown and we needed to move into a larger facility in a new town which was a little further from the Enterprise branch we had worked with for so many years. However, working with a bank that is committed to remaining a community bank is very important to us.


We are so happy that Enterprise Bank is opening a new branch in Hudson. It is much closer to our company. Meeting Alvin Oasan, the new branch manager, is like meeting a good friend you haven’t seen for many years and feeling like nothing has changed. Enterprise Bankers are personally committed to the community and their customers.


In fact, we have already begun working together in community-related initiatives.”


Left to right – Alvin Oasan, Branch Relationship Manager, VP; Marie F. Mayotte & Jerry Mayotte, Owners, Red Brick Clothing Co., and Matthew Bryant, Commercial Lending Officer


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