Salem Community Patriot 6 - April 8, 2011
Free Outdoor Courses
Get inspired for outdoor adventures this year at a series of free
evening talks taking place from April 8 through May 4 at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord. No pre-registration is required. • Discover Geocaching – Tuesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. Geocaching.com
is the World’s number one location-based recreation Website, with more than 1.1 million geocaches worldwide. Outdoor enthusiasts use this site to participate in a high-tech treasure hunting game, equipped with GPS devices or smartphones. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, and then share your experience online. Presenter Larry Vannata enjoys geocaching with his wife and two young boys.
• Fishing Electronics – Wednesday, April 20, at 7 p.m. An in- depth look at the latest in fish-finding technology. Today’s electronics are easy to use and have a multitude of useful features to take advantage of. Come see the fish you’ve been missing!
• Turkey Hunting Basics – Wednesday, April 27, at 7 p.m. Are you ready to outsmart your bird this year? Learn how not to make the common mistakes of many first-time turkey hunters. Presenter John Asseng is a registered New Hampshire hunting guide who has specialized in turkey hunts since 1997.
• Improving Wildlife Habitat in Your Own Back Yard – Wednesday, May 4, at 7 p.m. Want to see more wildlife in your backyard? Landowners big and small will benefit from hearing from a panel of experts on how to improve your property for wildlife. This session will cover basic wildlife needs and what you as the landowner can do to benefit certain types of wildlife. Participants will also get ideas for how to develop a long- term management plan for their property using resources from local agencies and non-profit organizations. Presenters will include: Bambi Miller, District manager for the Strafford County Conservation District; Charlie Williams, University of New Hampshire plant scientist and extension specialist (retired); Chuck Miner, NH Fish and Game’s Landowner Relations Program Manager; and Marilyn Wyzga, NH Fish and Game’s Project HOME Coordinator.
Info courtesy of NHFG Charlie Chalk can be reached at email@example.com
SHS Receives National Student Council Award
submitted by the National Association of Student Councils For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community, Salem High School (SHS) has been awarded a 2011 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils. More than 160 high school councils were named National Councils of Excellence, but Salem High School is one of only 144 high school councils nationwide to receive the highly esteemed honor of being named a National Gold Council of Excellence. To meet the requirement for the National Council of Excellence Award, a student council must demonstrate that it meets a variety of criteria. Those councils named to the Gold Level have successfully met a greater number of the criterion. In addition to basic requirements such as a written constitution, regular meetings, a democratic election process, and membership in NASC, schools that qualify for the award demonstrate such things as leadership training for council members, teacher/staff appreciation activities, student recognition programs, school and community service projects, spirit activities, goal setting, financial planning, and active participation in their state and national student council organizations. “Receiving an NASC National Gold Council of Excellence Award indicates a
dedication on the part of the local school to providing a strong, well-rounded student council program,” says Jeff Sherril, associate director of NASC. “NASC applauds the work of the National Gold Councils of Excellence and challenges them to continue their leadership and service to their schools and communities.” Principal Maura Palmer commented that “the Salem High School community already recognizes the value of our hard-working Student Council. To have the NASC acknowledge them through this award is an even greater validation of that hard work. It is quite an honor for which the students should be proud.”
Student Council President Fatima Adigun, a SHS senior, said, “Our school is very lucky to have a group of students that are so dedicated and willing to work to improve
student life, appreciate teachers, and serve the community. While doing so, these students learn a great deal about leadership and team work that improves their chances of success in the future.” The National Association of Student Councils (NASC) promotes and provides leadership development opportunities to prepare and empower students to serve their schools and communities. NASC is a program of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). The NASSP also sponsors the National Honor Society (NHS) and the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), which recognizes outstanding middle-level and high school students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, and character. For more information on NASC, visit www.nasc.us
Elks Swear In New Exalted Ruler
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603-894-6328 Joanne gives her last talk
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Above, history was being made with Chris and his dad, Marvin, as both were elected as Exalted Rulers in two different towns in the same year
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