Pelham - Windham News August 5, 2011 - 7
Pelham Rec. Center Attended Regional Meet
submitted by Pelham Parks & Recreation Department This year’s team participated at the regional meet in Lebanon in early July. This year the Pelham Parks and Recreation Department had 13 boys on the team and 11 girls. The meet began with a parade with the athletes marching around the track. Representing Pelham at the meet were Jessica Butters, Elizabeth Charbonneau, Kayla Deluca, Katherine Ferullo, McKenna Gosselin, Alyssa Janak, Michaly Oxner, Amanda Smith, Katelyn Smith, Cara Sullivan and Sabrina Sullivan. For the boys team: Lucas Baker, Sam Blanchard, Jacob Dahlinger, Joseph Drover, Christopher Druding , Jon Eno, Brenton Ferullo, Joseph Grow, Kenny Paquette, Bradley Rochford, Francis Shea, Joshua Thompson, and Connor Viger. Qualifying for the state meet were: Elizabeth Charbonneau, Kayla Deluca, Mckenna Gosselin, Alyssa, Cara Sullivan, and Sabrina Sullivan. Sabrina placed first for both the regional meet and the state meet for the softball throw. At the state meet she threw 140 feet. Her goal is to make it all the way to Hershey, PA. next year. The following boys qualified for the state meet: Lucas
Baker, Joseph Drover, Christopher Druding, Francis Shea, and Bradley Rochford. Everyone involved had a great time running at both the regional meet and the state meet. Next year there are plans being made for Pelham to host the regional meet at the Harris Track and Field.
PHS Cheerleaders Help Earn Their Keep
raised are used for such events as the youth cheer clinic that just occurred this past Thursday, July 28 in the Snake Pit at Pelham High. The girls hope to have a yard sale and one more car wash before classes resume in the late summer. The cheerleaders getting into the suds and hosing down of vehicles while I was there were: Olivia, Catharyn, Nicole, Kaileigh, Kerilyn, Kate and Karisa - with more troops expected to show up later in the day.
One of the key expenses the squad incurs is for Pelham High School Cheerleaders suds up a
Massachusetts truck whose owner graciously stopped by to donate to the squad’s fundraiser
by Marc Ayotte The Pelham High School (PHS) cheerleaders held one of their many fundraisers this past Saturday, July 30, as they set up for a car wash near the intersection of Route 38 and Willow Street in Pelham. According to second year PHS cheerleader coach Kellie Mailloux, this was one of approximately 20 fundraisers the girls conduct during the course of the year, in an attempt to make the squad as self-sustaining as possible. The ‘donations only’ car wash was held on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon, and the girls standing on the side of Route 38, held their signs and cheered prospective passers-by into the lot to get their cars cleaned up.
According to Mailloux, “most of our money
is self-raised. As such, the girls certainly show a willingness to earn their own way. The funds
choreography lessons. The girls have to generate funds to pay someone to teach them a routine, which involves not only the choreography, but also the music. As assistant coach John Letendre summed it up, “It’s a hundred hours of practice for a two and a half minute routine.” With respect to learning routines, Mailloux recalled a recent experience the PHS cheer team was involved with. Funds that had already been raised allowed them to attend a two-day camp at Pinkerton Academy where Mailloux and her girls had the opportunity to work with the head coach of the University of Louisville squad. As the PHS ‘cheer- leader’ mentioned, “it was cool to work with him and the kids. They (UofL) have one of the best cheer leading teams in the country - our girls did really well.” So, if you’re driving around Pelham in August
and you see some girls on the side of the road cheering and steering your car towards a bucket of soapy water, consider stopping in to help support a worthy cause - and get a clean car out of the deal.
Windham Presbyterian Church brings Baseball to the Bahamas
submitted by Kenneth Stubert The Windham Presbyterian Church recently partnered with The Harvest Foundation Bahamas to spearhead a drive to collect baseball and softball equipment to start a little league on Grand Bahama Island in the areas most impoverished sections. In addition to donations made by the members of the Congregation, equipment and monies were also donated by Computer Associates, Inc of Smithfield, RI; Dick’s Sporting Goods, Play It Again Sports in Chelmsford, MA; the Granite State Marauders, Manchester; and the Little Leagues of Windham, NH and Windham, ME.
Harvest Foundation representative and WPC members, Ken and Mary Lou Stubert shipped the equipment to the island. In June, Ken traveled to the Bahamas and met with local leaders to distribute the equipment, start practice, to coach the players and develop Bahamian coaches. The first practice was held on July 2 and an Open House celebration, coinciding with the Bahamas Independence Day on July 10 kicked off the start of the league with hot dogs, burgers and soda. Today that league is now a reality with more than
60 children involved in the program and growing! For most kids, it was the first organized sport they ever played and the first time they ever played baseball. “To see the joy on the kid’s faces and the pleasure of learning a new sport is something I’ll never forget!” exclaims Ken Stubert. Enough equipment was donated to create four groups from T ball to Senior League plus a softball league with teams from four settlements, Pinder’s and Hunter’s Point, Lewis Yard and Hawksbill, participating. Local leaders have now taken over the program insuring long term success. “On behalf of The Harvest Foundation, I wish to thank those that donated equipment and supported the league in their prayers. I feel truly blessed to have been part of this program,” states Ken. “God has touched the hearts of so many people and the outpouring of donations, prayers and support has been remarkable. We now have local coaches leading the kids and the local leaders overseeing the day-to-day program. We also have the support of churches and educators to continue to drive home the four bases of the program - ‘Love God, Respect Others, Go to School, and Have Fun.’“
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