Pelham - Windham News | October 28, 2011 - 5 More Letters to our Editor
looked great! Tank you to Belinda and Ralph Sinclair and family from Woof Woof Professional Dog Services for starting off the day with the Annual Doggie Costume Parade. Tis is always a fun event to watch and to be a part of. Also thank you to Windham Women’s Club, Windham Garden Club, Windham MOM’s Club, Brownie Troop 10181, Friends of Moeckel Pond, Windham Endowment, Windham Actor’s Guild, Windham Co-op, Windham PTA, New England Dance Ensemble, Searles Chapel, Family Promise, Windham High School, Apple Acres, Johnson’s Farm, Te Weathervane, Tamaja Pies, Te Common Man, Windham Baseball Softball League, Chunky’s, Granite State Zoo, and Canobie Lake Park’s Screeemfest DJ. Tank you to Mary Griffin, Tom Case, Margaret Crisler, Ruth Bellizzi, Diana Fallon,
Laura Scott, Debbie McKenzie, Mike Welch, Hanna Cole, Holly Londo, Anne-Marie O’Neil, Liz Spath, Donna Indelicato, Donna Markham, Jill Martin, Al Barlow, Joel Dube, Jennifer Anderson, Jill McNamee, Nancy Perkins, Windham Maintenance Department, Windham Police Department, Windham Economic Development Committee, Jay Yennaco, Bob Young, Bev Donovan, Ralph Valentine, Sally D’Angelo, and Tina Boermeester. Tank you to the high school students who volunteered as well.
Te trick-or-treat portion of the event was larger than ever this year. Tank you to the following businesses who contributed: Dr. Filler’s Office, Karl Dubay, Te Pampered Chef- Jen Anderson, Debbie Mackenzie Realty, B&H Oil, Citizen’s Bank, Rockingham Emergency Vet, Timothy Skwiot Financial Services, Dr.
Dickerson, Castleton, Windham Animal Hospital, McDonald’s, Windham Terrace, Happy Feet, CVS, Dress2Dance, Danco, Windham Deli, Windham Orthodontics, Speech Terapy Solutions, Karate International, Kiddie Academy, Village Green Family Dentistry, Golden Crane, Windham Co-op, Interstate Gymnastics, Rogers Collision, Anytime Fitness, Professional Martial Arts Academy, Synfully Sweet Treats, DJ Custom Clothing, Magical Destinations, Soleil Salon and Spa, Delahunty’s, and Woof Woof Professional Dog Services. Tank you to all who contributed to the success of the event, and thanks to all who attended!
Cheryl S. Haas, Recreation Coordinator - Windham
Outdoors Charlie Chalk with
Big Game Book Offers Helpful Advice
The most popular and collectible book series in the Boone and
Crockett Club library, “Records of North American Big Game” is now available in its 13th edition. It is the most complete records book available from the world’s foremost authority on native North American big game records keeping. I just got my copy, and it is packed with good information.
Brownie’s Pie Table Benefits Animal Shelter From the left: Leader Jennifer Anderson, Colleen Boylan,
Samantha Brackesy, Cassie Faria, Lily Perkins, Nora Boylan, Leader Jill McNamee, and Emily McNamee
submitted by Jill McNamee On Saturday, October 22, Windham Brownie Troop 10181 ran the pie table/contest at the annual Harvest Festival at Griffin Park.
Staffed by troop members Nora Boylan, Cassie Faria, Samantha Brackesy, and Emily McNamee, as well as Cadette Lily Perkins, the pie table saw much activity! Many delicious pies were donated to be sold and judged. With all the delicious submissions, judges Tiffany Dufour, Nichole Sinclair, Ethan Duane, and Ralph Sinclair had a tough job but eventually declared Anna Kern’s apple pie the winner! Second prize went to Sue Rochford’s chocolate surprise pie, and third prize went to Lynn Murray’s pecan pie. The troop has decided to use the proceeds to help the local animal shelter. They will purchase items from the shelter’s wish list and deliver them for the animals. The troop also collected quarters from its girls all last year for acting out the Girl Scout Law at home, at school, in the community, etc., so they voted to donate that money to the shelter as well. This will make a sizable donation and will drive home the importance of charitable activities for the girls. Troop leaders Jennifer Anderson and Jill McNamee couldn’t be more proud of them all! Many thanks to all who donated pies and/or pie ingredients (Troop 10181 baked four pies at their meeting on October 19), and to those who purchased a piece of pie - you were donating to a great cause!
This Nature Walk is for the Birds
by Marc Ayotte What was once a nicely paved path meandering through the Windham Rail Trail woods has now turned into a detoured stretch of asphalt. With excavation work being done to accommodate access to a housing development in the area, many local and surrounding town residents who enjoyed walking, biking and roller blading in the scenic woods are angered by the inability to access the entire trail. Pictured are two disgruntled walkers being turned back by the detour sign that prohibits further passage down the trail.
Staff photo by Marc Ayotte
Since 1932, this historic title has offered a statistical view of wildlife management and conservation in North America. The book includes hundreds of field and portrait photos of top-ranking trophies. A special color section features stunning photography of game species that have flourished over time with improved management and conservation practices. Also included are chapters written by top authorities on current issues such as fair chase in the modern era of hunting, facts on lead ammunition, reforming federal laws to benefit conservation, and emerging science and management strategies for declining populations of mountain caribou. Order at www.boone-crockett.org
or by calling 888-840-4868.
Charlie Chalk can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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