Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament Registration Opens; Sponsorships Available
Fore! The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic 2011 is now open for registration from foursomes who wish to tee off in the annual fundraiser, and the tournament is also encouraging event sponsorships from area businesses.
Sponsorship levels currently available include
the levels of silver, bronze, and star, and there are additional opportunities to sponsor the individual holes as well as the awards for Closest to the Pin and the Longest Drive. The golf tournament will be held on Monday, May 23, at the Windham Country Club in Windham, rain or shine. For the first time this year, every registered golfer will receive a complimentary voucher to return to the Windham Country Club and play
another round of 18 holes in June, July, August, or October. The vouchers are courtesy of Landry Architects in Salem. For more information and details of the tournament, to register a foursome, or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, contact the Chamber office at 893-3177 or visit www. gschamber.com
. The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce
actively promotes and supports positive economic growth and business expansion in the area. The organization, comprised of businesses from Salem, Windham, Pelham, Atkinson, and Hampstead, strives to facilitate and build a quality environment and sustain and attract business and development.
PHS Dance Team Performs at Celtics Game
April 1, 2011 - 9 Sports
submitted by Sandie Gentile New England Gymnastics Training Center of Hudson
Boys’ Competitive Team competed in the NH State Championship. Many top-place individual awards were taken home by our gymnasts in all levels. Levels 4 and 5 each took home a second-place Team Award. Coaches, parents, family, and friends are very proud of all the gymnasts’ hard work and dedication. Area boys’ scores: Level 5, 7-9 Age Division: JP Wallace of Windham placed third with an all-around score of 89.300. He received a 14.0 on floor (fifth), 15.2 on pommel (third, tie), 14.7 on rings (sixth, tie), 14.8 on vault (second, tie), 14.6 on parallel bars (12th), and 15.0 on high bars (third). Cameron Rogers of Windham placed fifth with an all-around score of 89.000. He received a 14.1 on floor (12th), 15.1 on pommel (fifth, tie), 15.1 on rings (first), 14.9 on vault (first), 15.1 on parallel bars (eighth), and 14.7 on high bars (seventh). Charlie Katin of Pelham tied for 14th with an all-around score of 82.200. He received a 13.0 on floor (13th), 14.8 on pommel (ninth), 13.3 on rings (13th), 14.7 on vault
(fourth, tie), 13.3 on parallel bars (15th), and 13.1 on high bars (14th). Level 6, 8-9 Age Division: Cole Marchand of Hudson placed second with an all-around score of 85.100. He received a 14.7 on floor (first), 14.4 on pommel (second), 13.4 on rings (second), 13.1 on vault (second), 12.8 on parallel bars (first), and 14.3 on high bars (first, tie).
Level 6, 10-11 Age Division: Jacob Dorman of
Pelham placed seventh with an all-around score of 79.500. He received a 10.9 on floor (eighth), 13.4 on pommel (eighth), 13.3 on rings (fourth, tie), 14.6 on vault (seventh, tie), 13.3 on parallel bars (fifth), and 14.0 on high bars (seventh, tie). Level 8, Polar Bear: Cody Rice of Hudson placed third with an all-around score of 64.200. He received a 11.9 on floor (first), 9.0 on pommel (third), 11.5 on rings (third), 11.9 on vault (third), 10.2 on parallel bars (third), and 9.7 on high bars (third). Jacob Pitts, Tony Cariello, Barry Roger, and Jodi Turner coach the boys’ competitive teams.
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Golf Academy
Windham Country Club recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new Golf Academy at the Windham Country Club. Pictured are Donna Morris, Executive Director at the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce; Joanne Flynn, owner and Golf Professional; and Marc Spencer, Teaching Professional.
Pelham Baseball Announces League Expansion within Majors and Minors Programs
submitted by Pelham Baseball It is the mission of Little League Baseball to help
develop the qualities of discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being in today’s youth. By espousing the virtues of character, courage, and sportsmanship, the Little League Baseball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than just superior athletes in a safe, yet challenging environment. With that in mind, some changes were
necessary in order to expand Pelham Baseball’s programs in such a way that ensured equity and fair play in 2011. The principals behind this plan are to formulate divisions and leagues with an equal distribution of talent, with the intent of enhancing the overall competitiveness of the league throughout the regular season and playoffs. Majors: Pelham Baseball’s Majors division is
submitted by Brooke Coupal On March 9, the Pelham High Dance Team performed at the Celtics game against the Clippers. This was a huge deal for the team and the school because no other team had ever done anything so big before. The Dance Team had worked very hard throughout the months to get their routine perfect before hitting the Celtics floor. While preparing to go on, the team was allowed to practice in a room that was down the hall from the Celtics’ locker room. Rajon Rondo walked by, which was a very exciting moment for
most girls on the team. As the team entered the court, mixed emotions ran through their heads, but overall the girls did an amazing job. They stuck every motion and performed better than they ever had before. Afterwards, they all got to enjoy the game, with many of them making it onto the jumbo-tron.
A special thanks to Sara-Jean Caira and Tina Ernst for teaching the Pelham High Dance Team the killer dance that they rocked at the Celtics game!
the most competitive division designed to create a more advanced environment for the players demonstrating the highest level of skill, coordination, and understanding of the game. There will be a more aggressive practice and game schedule. Players will be advancing their skills in the areas of fielding, throwing, hitting, running, and pitching, and developing the teamwork to win games in competitive play.
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AAA, a division of Majors: Pelham Baseball’s AAA division is a fun, yet competitive division designed to create increased competition for the players demonstrating higher levels of skill, coordination, and understanding of the game. Players in AAA will be “fine tuning” their fielding, throwing, hitting, running, and pitching skills. AA/Minors: Pelham Baseball’s AA is an instructional league
designed to create a fun, safe, learning environment for the players. All players will learn the proper fundamentals of each position, which will lead to increased confidence and enjoyment of the game. We hope that you are as excited about
these changes as we are. This is a natural evolution and one where we are sure that the parents, coaches, and most importantly the players will enjoy, appreciate, and thrive in.
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Boys’ Gymnastics Team Competes at State Championship
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