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Pelham - Windham News | December 23, 2011 - 14 Classifieds!

Classified Ad Rates: 1 week: $10.00 for 20 words or less. 4 weeks: $37.00 for 20 words or less. Additional words: .10 per word per week. (Maximum of 60 words). “Free Bee” ads run for one week at no charge. Deadline for placement is Tuesday at noon of the week you would like the ad to run. You may pay by cash, check (made out to Area News Group), or credit card (Master Card or Visa, name, address, phone & card info. required) – no refunds. Ads paid by credit card can be faxed to 603-879-9707 or Emailed to All other ads can be mailed or delivered to: Pelham~Windham News, 17 Executive Drive, Suite One, Hudson, NH 03051. Call 603-880-1516 for more information.

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WE BUY junk cars and trucks. Call Pat at Jean-Guy’s in Pelham, a N.H. Certified Green Yard, at 603-635-7171. 12/16-1/13/12 AR

WOODY’S AUTO REPAIR: Complete mechanical and collision repairs performed by certified technicians. We work with all Insurance Companies. Interstate batteries in stock. Most brands of tires available. NH auto and motorcycle inspections. 24 hour light and heavy duty towing. Pelham, NH - 603-635-3371

11/25-2/17/12 CHILD CARE

LICENSED PELHAM Daycare has immediate openings for infants, toddlers, and before/after school, 21 years of experience, staff certified CPR & Red cross, all meals and snacks included, daily activities, closed in playground. Hardwired into Fire/Police Departments. Fully insured. Call 603-883-1028. 12/2-12/23/11


ANDREA’S Quality Home Cleaning Service: Personalized Home Cleaning, Professional Office Cleaning, Free Estimates & Excellent References, Reliable & Affordable Prices. Don’t wait, make your appointment today. Call Andrea at 603- 461-1137, 603-438-9533.

11/18-2/10/12 CLEANING

CLEANING SERVICES: Residential and Commercial. Call Clarete Pugina, 603-438-2044. 12/16-2/10/12

Home Cleaning

Quality Residential Cleaning. Weekly, Bi-weekly, Monthly Best rates & service! Free estimates.

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We paint/stain all interior/exterior at a price you can afford. Decks, fences, sheds. Fully insured.

HOUSE CLEANING and Small Office Cleaning: Experience, references, and fully insured. Call Elias & Elizabeth, 603-247-0152.

12/2-12/23/11 FOR RENT

OFFICES & WAREHOUSES: Utilities, 1 room $225/mo, HUDSON/NASHUA. 1) Mill Space - Cheep units, 2) 40,000 ft. Loading Docks, 3) Oversized Garage- 2 doors. Summerview Real Estate, 603-432-5453, 603-512-0772

12/2-12/23/11 FOR SALE

BED: Orthopedic 11” thick pillowtop mattress & box: Medium firm. New in plastic. Cost: $1100, Sell: Queen- $299, King- $450, Full- $280.

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BEDROOM SET: Solid Cherrywood Sleigh, 7 pieces. New in boxes! Sacrifice $895. 603-235-1773 12/23-1/6/12 AR


HOT TUB: 5-6 person, Never hooked up, 2011 model, 35 jets! Original: $6900, sell: $3800. 603-235-5218. 12/23-1/6/12 AR

KITCHEN CABINETS: Maple glaze, solid wood. Never installed, high quality. Cost: $6500, Sell: $1650. 603-235-1695 12/23-1/6/12 AR


YRC is hiring Combination Driver/Dock workers! Excellent Wages, Benefits, Pension! Full time! Home nightly! Manchester, NH location. CDL-A w/Combo and Hazmat, 6-12mos T/T exp, 21yoa req. EOE-M/F/ D/V. APPLY at:


1 COLLINS Bros PAINTING: Interior & Exterior. Top quality work. Winter Special: Large foyers- $650 including paint. Fully insured, free estimates, excellent refs. 603-886-0668


BOUCHER Handyman and Remodeling LLC. Home repair and maintenance. Interior and exterior painting. Power Washing. Finished basement & bath, etc. No job too small! Let us take care of your “Honey Do” list. 603-882-7162. 12/16-1/13/12


DAVE’S HANDYMAN SERVICES: Interior painting, windows, doors, decks, basements, and general home repairs. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. References available. 603-486-1310 12/2-12/23/11 AR

ELECTRICAL WIRING, Master Electrician, licensed and insured. Complete wiring services. All jobs considered. Fast response. Call Dana 603- 880-3768/ mobile 603-759-9876.

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS: Small Carpentry and Remodeling jobs, Windows, Door Installations, All Around Home Repairs. Call Paul - 603-880-5087. Free Estimates. 12/23-1/20/12

HOUSE PAINTING: Interior/Exterior, carpentry/ home repair, ceilings, interior winter specials. Insured, references. Affordable and Professional. Call Bill Johnson, 603-425-7874.


*JACOBS CONSTRUCTION* Additions, decks, screened porches, basements, interior trim work, etc. Licensed and insured. Over 25 years experience. We accept MC, Visa, Discover. Call Joe, 603-635-9953. 12/2-12/23/11


KME PAINTING LLC. Why Remodel? Painting is quicker, cleaner and better bang for the buck. Interior, exterior, home improvement. Quality work at a fair price. Fully insured, call for a free estimate. 603-759-5680

12/2-12/23/11 JUNK REMOVAL

WINTER HOLIDAY SPECIAL: $50 off two pick-up truck loads, $100 off 4 pick-up truck loads. TV’s, furniture, appliances, construction debris. We take all junk. Lowest price guaranteed! Call: Trash Can Willy’s, 603-389-9246.

12/2-12/23/11 Landscape Design


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NH Tops 2011 Peace Corps’ State Rankings (only 10¢/word over 20)

submitted by Elizabeth Chamberlain, Peace Corps New Hampshire is nationally ranked on the

2011 Peace Corps Top State list for per-capita volunteer production. * Eighty-eight currently serving Peace Corps volunteers call the Granite State home, making it the number five Peace Corps volunteer producing state nationwide on a per-capita basis. New Hampshire increased its ranking from 2010, when it was the number eight per-capita state with 62 residents serving overseas. In addition, the Lebanon-Hanover area is

ranked eighth nationally among per-capita top- producing U.S. metropolitan areas with 9.9 of every 100,000 residents currently serving as Peace Corps volunteers. Seventeen currently serving volunteers are from the Upper Valley area, which includes communities in both New Hampshire and Vermont.

“New Hampshire is always well represented

in Peace Corps service worldwide,” said New England Regional Manager Vincent Wickes. “This

is the second straight year that Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine have all ranked in the top 10 for statewide per-capita volunteer production. From the leadership qualities Peace Corps volunteers develop to the post-service support they receive upon return, our volunteers gain both practical, tangible benefits and life-defining experiences from their service. I encourage those interested in representing America’s 50 year legacy of global service through Peace Corps to contact the New England Regional Recruitment Office.”

Historically, New Hampshire has produced 1,596 Peace Corps volunteers who have helped promote a better understanding between Americans and the people of the 139 countries in which they have served. To see the full list of Peace Corps Top States and Metro Regions, visit the Peace Corps Website. Peace Corps’ nine regional recruiting offices across the United States work to recruit

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Town of Pelham Legal Notice

Notice is hear by given in accordance with RSA 36-A, the Pelham Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at the Pelham Town Office, Sherburne Hall, 6 Village Green, Pelham, New Hampshire regarding a proposal to purchase approximately 13.9 acres defined as Map 20 Lots 2-113-2 and 2-113-3 Hinds Lane, to be acquired for use as conservation land. Further information, contact Pelham Planning office at (603) 635-7811 to leave a message for the Conservation Commission Chair.

and provide information and guidance to prospective Peace Corps volunteers. The New England regional recruiting office serves Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont and Peace Corps recruiters work locally throughout the region. Applicants are encouraged to plan ahead and apply for Peace Corps service one year in advance of their target departure date. Locate your local regional recruiting office by visiting the Peace Corps website here. Peace Corps is recruiting Americans from all

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backgrounds and skill levels. Americans with backgrounds in agriculture, the environment, teaching English as a second language, and other technical, or language skills related to Peace Corps assignment areas, such as French or Spanish language, are encouraged to apply. About the Peace Corps: President John F.

Kennedy established the Peace Corps on March 1, 1961, by executive order. Throughout 2011, Peace Corps is commemorating 50 years of

Rep. Ulery Joins Legislators at ALEC Summit

Last week, Rep. Jordan Ulery joined hundreds of policymakers and leaders from all statesß and the District of Columbia in Phoenix, AZ, for the American Legislative Exchange Council’s (ALEC) annual States & Nation Policy Summit. Over the course of three days, legislators shared their ideas, experience and expertise for growing the economy while maintaining the Jeffersonian principles of free markets, limited government and individual liberty. “As a state legislator, my job is to find sound policy solutions that

grow our economy, protect our citizens, and use taxpayer dollars efficiently,” said Ulery. “ALEC is an outstanding resource for state legislators to learn from each other’s successes and discuss policy based on principles that will lead to more individual freedom and economic growth.” Jordan Ulery participated in policy discussions focused on fiscal responsibility, education, and energy policy. As a member of Tax and Fiscal Policy task force, he reviewed important issues such as increasing revenues to the states and effect of over-regulation on those revenues. The presentations by acknowledged experts in economics, including former Auditor General of the United States, David Walker, illustrated how close to fiscal melt down the nation is unless and until we at the local, state and federal levels can all address the issues of excessive government spending. “I believe that a vibrant private sector is good for the economy and job creation,” said Ulery. “ALEC’s conference gave me the opportunity to share our experiences in New Hampshire and learn from successes and failures in states around the nation. Many of our constituents face similar challenges and I am always looking for new ideas on how to help them.”

ALEC is a non-profit, nonpartisan association of over 2,000 state legislators that works to promote principles of free markets, limited government and federalism throughout the states. Keynote speakers at ALEC’s summit included Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III, Dr. Tony Bennett (Superintendent of Public Instruction in Indiana), David Walker (Founder and CEO of Comeback America Initiative) and Premier Brad Wall of Saskatchewan, Canada. For more information about ALEC, visit

Center for Life Management Employees Extend a Helping Hand

submitted by Laurie P. Ota The staff at the Center for Life Management held their annual

employee food drives again this year. The organization started collecting donations of food items in time for Thanksgiving and continued throughout this holiday season. Thanks to the generous contributions of staff, the Center for Life Management (CLM) was able to provide donations to several area food pantries as well as individual gift bags for any CLM clients who needed a helping hand with food this season. This year the staff also

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SOLID FILL – Dirt cheep. Call 603-598-2608.

12/23-1/20/12 AR PETS

PROFESSIONAL PET SITTING Etc.– 603-888-8088, Now hiring in some areas.

12/2-12/23/11 AR RECYCLING

FREE PICK-UP of electronics and most home items for recycling! Visit www. for details, or call 603-894-5553. 12/23-2/17/12


T.J. MALLEY Electric: Service Work is Our Specialty. Authorized GENERAC Dealer. Major Credit Cards Accepted. Call today!! 603- 595-2970

12/9-1/6/12 SNOW PLOWING

SNOW PLOWING: Starting at $25, commercial and residential, fully insured, free estimates, call Jason, 603-759-4591, 12/16-1/13/12


A’s UNWANTED Scrap metal, cars and trucks, lawn tractors, washers and dryers, hot-water tanks, etc. Will pick up. Call Steve at 261-5452. 12/16-12/23/11

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promoting peace and friendship around the world. Historically, more than 200,000 Americans have served with the Peace Corps to promote a better understanding between Americans and the people of 139 host countries. Today, 9,095 volunteers are working with local communities in 75 host countries. Peace Corps volunteers must be U.S. citizens and at least 18 years of age. Peace Corps service is a 27-month commitment. Visit www. for more information. *Peace Corps data current as of September 30, 2011. The metropolitan area data used to determine Peace Corps’ rankings is derived from the most current U.S. Census Bureau “Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Area” data. The U.S. Census population data is based on 2009 estimates. Volunteers self-report their home city and state on their Peace Corps application.

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From the left: Lynda Silegy, Executive Assistant;

Lisa Madden, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; and Joyce Santos, Executive Assistant

decided to add donations of pet food to the list of collectable items so that the furry and four-legged members of families were not forgotten. “This has become an annual donation drive for the employees here at CLM and something we believe really makes a significant difference for those in need in the community. We have a very dedicated staff that helps people every day through their work here at CLM. This is just another example of how they go above and beyond in helping the community,” says Vic Topo, President and CEO of the non-profit community mental health center based in Derry.

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