Pelham - Windham News September 9, 2011 - 7
Seniors Visit the South Pacific Without Leaving Pelham
Marie Leone and Glo Myers (Salem)
Sara Landry, Senior Center Director, getting the meat cooked
by Robyn Hatch The Pelham Senior Center was proud to present a field trip of the South Pacific without leaving Pelham. The wonderfully themed dance included a tropical dinner of seasoned pork and chicken teriyaki, rice pilaf, stir-fry veggies, and dessert. Hawaiian mock-tails were served. Hawaiian attire was encouraged and a prize was awarded to the senior voted best dressed. Sara Landry. The new Senior Center is credited for her original and very creative programs for the Senior Center. Thanks to all who helped to make this event very special!
Mary Sarcia, Mary Ford and Alba Olnvy, 92
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Family Dispute Leads to Discovery of Possible Explosives
submitted by Pelham Police Department At approximately 3:13 p.m. Tuesday, September
6, the Pelham Police Department responded to a report of a disturbance at 339/341 Mammoth Road. The original caller reported an ongoing dispute between family members. While speaking to the involved family members’ officers learned that there was a package on the grounds of the property that was marked explosives. After viewing the package officers requested the assistance of the Pelham Fire Department. A determination could not be
made if the contents of the package were safe or not and the New Hampshire State Police Bomb Squad was called for assistance. The New Hampshire State Police Bomb Squad as well as members of the Southeastern New Hampshire Hazardous Materials Mutual Aid District were able to determine that the material was safe to be moved. Members of the State Police Bomb Squad package the material for transportation to be disposed of at a later time. This incident does not appear to be criminal in nature and no charges have been filed.
Doris Houle, Angie Lonasutro, 90; and Marilyn Buck, 89
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Sustainability: Understanding and Defining this Hidden Business Asset
submitted by Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce
All members of the local business community
are invited to a workshop entitled “Sustainability: Understanding and Defining this Hidden Business Asset.” This workshop will be lead by Andrea O’Brien, Business Advisor and Environmental Assistance Program Manager for the NH Small Business Development Center. These days especially, businesses need to
develop practices that identify ways to reduces waste and minimize risk to business operation. This workshop will outline what it means to be sustainable and how incorporating sustainable practices will help your business in the short and long-term.
This free Business Education Seminar is open to all members of the local business community and is scheduled for Thursday, September 15 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The local business host is NH Department of Transportation, located at 77 Indian Rock Road (Route 111). Light refreshments will be served.
Space is limited, register online at www. windham-nh.com
or RSVP to Laura Scott, Community Development Director, at lscott@win dhamnewhampshire.com
or 432-3806. This four-part Business Education Seminar is co- sponsored by the Windham Community Development Department and the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce.
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Two Local Businesses Among Top 10 Companies
submitted by Matt Mowry, Business NH Magazine Featured in the September issue of Business NH Magazine, New Hampshire’s Top 100 Private Companies are a diverse group of Granite State businesses making significant contributions to New Hampshire’s overall economy. Each year, the editors at Business NH Magazine survey hundreds of privately-held companies across the state, requesting gross sales figures for the past three fiscal years. Companies are then ranked by 2010 sales. The Five Fastest Growing Companies on the Private 100 List are ranked by their average revenue growth during the past three years. The Top 10 Companies on this
year’s Private 100 List include Atrium Medical Corporation in Hudson and listed among the 2011 Five Fastest Growing Companies is Wakefield Solutions Inc. in Pelham. To celebrate these businesses, the fifth annual NH’s Top 100 Private Companies Awards Reception will be held on October 24, at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord from 5 to 7 p.m. In addition to honoring NH’s Top 100 Private Companies, the Five Fastest Growing Companies on the Private 100 List, and the 10 Companies to Watch, the reception offers a unique opportunity to network with NH’s most prominent CEOs, presidents and executives. The registration fee for the
Private 100 Reception is $30. To register for the event, visit www.eventsNH.com
or contact Business NH Magazine at 626-6354.
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