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Salem Community Patriot | January 6, 2012 - 10 Classifieds!
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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
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.
HOUSE CLEANING and Small Office Cleaning: Experience, references, and fully insured. Call Elias & Elizabeth, 603-247-0152.
1/6-1/27/12 FOR SALE
BED: Orthopedic 11” thick pillowtop mattress & box. Medium firm. New in plastic. Cost: $1100, Sell: Queen- $299, King- $450, Full- $280. Can deliver. 603-235-1773.
12/23-1/6/12 AR FOR SALE
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
PELVIC/TRANSVAGINAL MESH? Did you undergo transvaginal placement of mesh for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence between 2005 and present time? If the patch required removal due to complications, you may be entitled to
compensation. Call Johnson Law and speak with female staff members, 1-800-535-5727. 1/6/12
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: www.yrcw. com/careers
12/23-1/6/12 HOME IMPROVEMENT
ALL IN ONE PAINTING, Hudson, NH. 25+ years experience, Interior/Exterior painting, Power washing, All work guaranteed, Free estimates. www. allinonepainting.net
, 603- 305-4974. 1/6-1/27/12
D&S REMODELING, Home Repair, Painting, Pressure Washing, Decks Built or Refinished, Licensed. We do it all! 603-560-0933 or 978-771-0628 12/9-1/6/12
DRYWALL: Additions, ceilings, old and new, repair old plaster, water damage, 35 years experience, insured,
estimates. Bruce Coburn, 603-475-1565. 1/6-1/27/12
*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. www.
JOE’S Handyman Service– I do what he won’t. No job too small. All around home repair and maintenance. Bathroom and Basement remodeling,Decks, doors,
plumbing, electrical, indoor and outdoor painting. Call (cell) 603-670-8151, 603-893-8337. 12/9-2/17/12
AFTER HOLIDAY Special on all JUNK REMOVAL calls: $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. www. trash-can-willys.com
JUNK REMOVAL– Call us for all your junk removal needs. Small or big, we take it all. Call John, 603-889- 7173, 978-758-8371. www. junkoutnh.com
Now scheduling Storm & Fall Clean-ups Lowest Prices!
Residential Snow Plowing from $25.
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or call 978-747-7116.
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FREE PICK-UP of electronics and most home items for recycling! Visit www. wepickuprecycling.com
for details, or call 603-894-5553. 12/23-2/17/12
REFLECTIONS HAIR CARE: Complete perm- $45.00; colors- $40.00; Cut and style- $15.00. Over 30 years experience. Call for an appointment, 603-893-0377.
12/9-1/6/12 AR SNOW PLOWING SNOW PLOWING: Starting Barron
submitted by Barron School Congratulations to the Barron School Chorus on an outstanding
Winter Holiday Concert. The Barron School and Mrs. Moldoff are very proud of their accomplishments. Fifth graders concluded their classical composer unit. They learned about Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Handel. This week, to integrate with the fifth grade writing program, students will be writing reflection paragraphs on their favorite composer. When we come back from vacation, students will begin their Ballroom Dance Artist in Residence with Debra Ulbrich from Salem’s Krystal Ballroom. Fourth graders enjoyed studying Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite Ballet this month. Did you know that professional football players learn to ballet dance? It helps strengthen their muscles, coordination, balance and agility! After vacation, students will begin an in-depth study of the instruments of the orchestra. Third graders have been enjoying program music – music that is
just for listening, and tells a story. They studied Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, Dukas’ Sorcerer’s Apprentice, and Saint Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals. When they come back from vacation, students will begin African Drumming and Dancing! Second graders are working very hard learning how to read music notes on a music staff. This is a challenging unit that builds the foundation for learning how to play the recorder in fourth grade and a band instrument in fifth grade. Note reading is introduced in first and second grade, practiced in third grade, and mastered in fourth and fifth grade. Keep up the good work second graders! First graders have been learning how to read rhythmic notation
and how to keep a steady beat. They have also been singing nursery rhymes to integrate with work they will be doing in the library with Mrs. Mendonca. They have enjoyed singing holiday songs in preparation for the Barron school holiday sing-along. Thank you to the fourth and fifth graders who participated in Christmas caroling at the Northeast Rehab. The students made a lot of people very happy with their holiday singing! On December 20 the Grade 5 Band Concert entertained staff, students, family and friends under the direction of Mrs.Mc
Donough. They did a wonderful job at their first concert!
Barron band North Salem
submitted by North Salem School The North Salem School would like to wish everyone a safe, healthy and Happy New Year. A big thank you goes out to Linda Bellomo, Barbara DeMinico, Diane Pratt and their team of parent volunteers for hosting our annual PTA Movie Night. We had a great turnout! Students were treated to candy and popcorn while they watched Kung-Fu Panda. Volunteers are needed for Pasta Palooza, an event held in January,
which features our fifth grade students serving as wait staff! Diners will be served a three course pasta dinner, which includes salad, pasta and meatballs and dessert. Proceeds raised at the event will go to funding the 5th Grade Celebration in June. More information on this event will be sent home with your child. If you’d like to volunteer, please contact Donna Kish at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Events like Movie Night and Pasta Paloozaare only made possible through the support of parent, guardian and student volunteers. Please consider volunteering for our school, the benefits are priceless and events cannot take place without your help! The PTA is also looking for a volunteer coordinator to keep track of all our volunteer hours and activities. If you are interested, please contact any of our PTA members found on the Website www.northsalempta.org
. On that note, congratulations to all of our volunteers! Once again we received the Blue Ribbon Award from the NH Partners in Education. The award recognizes the numerous volunteer hours at our school from the previous year.
Students caught “caring” include: Seth Dowgiert, Alana Williams,
Ava Donahue, Jimmy Hagopian, Nick Fili, Mickey Glynn, Eddie Rowell, Keagan Whipple, Sneha Prasad, Tyler Bernard, Christian Fraser, Roxanne Quinno, Bailey Coco, Ryan Callahan, Alex McDonough, Holly Perreault, Tyler Bedrosian, Kailey Blanchette, Andy Bourque, Colin Boyle, Alexa Currao, Shane D’Arcy, Caleb Federico-Dyer, Philip Giordano, Elise Goss, Brooke Lambert, Joie Lynch, Isha Mistry, Madison O’Hare, Aaron Petkiewich, Noah Poulin, Caitlyn St. Cyr, T.J. Tessier, Alex Stift, Megan O’Brien, Andrew DeMinico, Sean O’Neill, Olivia Bollhorst, Kylie Ryan, Kacie LaMarche, Hunter Rau, Olivia Salemi,
Bridget Kelly, Marissa Mellot, Shea Callahan, Johnny Screnci, Emily Stetson, Brady York, Keagan Ryan, Gavin Rossi, Griffin Pendelton, Marissa Bradley, Bryanna Bettinger, Mitchell McGinn, Emily Gaudette, Luc Goodnow, Hannah Smith, Bailey Soucy, Rebecca Huyck, Jefferson Burke, Sabrina Testa, Riley Maynard, Will Pfeiffer, Tanner Morgano, Torin Terry, Luca Pappalardo, Juliana Cirella, Megan Turner, Chloe Leandro, Drew Leamy, Ryan Mahoney, Nick Mulry, Cody Stys, Emily Kierstead, Emersen Poulin, Ashley Gee, Austin Carney, Drew Tremblay, Kathryn Tripp, Taylor Vartanian, Nick Bain, Camden Morgano, Ava Donahue, Ryan Callahan, Nick Mulry, Kali Bergeron, Kurt Allard, Katherine Pfeiffer, Chelsea Barrett, Julia St. Hilaire, Mary Parkhurst, Will Marggraf, Tyler Nadeau, Jacob Champagne, Emma Powers, Indy Paquette, Delaney York, Josh Waterhouse, Liam Shpak, Alex Karibian, Damian Gigante, Mac McCarthy, Lauren Huyck, Kristen Carney, Tanner Morgano, Jonah Ludwig, Sam Maietta, Alex McDonough, Robert Olms, Mrs. Kelly’s Class, Tanner Tessier, Ryan Pacy, Isabella Carter, Karleigh Chretien, Tyler Nadeau, Brandon Verge, Neena Galvez, Emily Stetson, Makiah Svenson, Dominic Hamman, Allyson Martiniello, Ali Carter, Angeline McDonald, and Lilly Colecchia. The following student were caught showing the trait of “Caring” during its final days: Sydney Scanlan, Jack Glander, Ronnnie Dow, Molly Porter, Stella Hazelton, Quintan Pham, Dominic Grella, Kenny Gouveia, and Alex Prescott. North Salem School will now be focusing on the trait of “Responsibility.” A reminder that school will not be in session on Monday, January 16, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and on Tuesday, January 17, for a Teacher In- Service Day.
A new reason to smile.
Advanced Dental Treatment in a Safe and Relaxing Environment SNOW PLOWING
at $25, commercial and residential, fully insured, free estimates, call Jason, 603-759-4591, www.
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. 1/6-1/13/12
WASHING MACHINES/ dryers, Frigidaire, AC, lawn mower-tractor, scrap metal, computers, hot water tanks, refrigerators, AC, dish washers, VCR and most electronics. Will pick up. Call Sammy, 603-235-2648.
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Town of Salem Public Hearing
The Salem, NH Municipal Budget Committee will conduct public meetings on Wednesday, January 11, 2012, and Thursday, January 12, 2012, in the Knightly Meeting Room, Municipal Office Building, 33 Geremonty Drive, Salem, NH to discuss and vote on the warrant articles of the Salem School District. The schedule will be as follows:
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
7:00 p.m. Presentation, Discussion, and Preliminary Votes on Warrant Articles
Thursday, January 12, 2012
7:00 p.m. Public Hearing followed by Final Vote on Warrant Articles
Russell Frydryck, Chairman Municipal Budget Committee
8/28/11 3:03:47 PM
TOWN OF SALEM BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED WEEK OF 12-25-11
Peter and Cynthia Sohl, 93 Corinthian Drive, 12/27/11, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $0 Kathryn Meissner, 13 Eagle’s Nest Ridge, 12/27/11, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $0 Zeeshan Siddiqi, 15 Fieldstone Lane, 12/28/11, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $38,000 Quiznos-ENI 134 North Broadway LLC, 134 N. Broadway, 12/27/11, BL-Commercial, $0 Robert Jr. and Kimberly White, 11 Sycamore Avenue, 12/27/11, BL-Shed, $0 Allen R. Barbara A. Mottram, 9 Summer Street, 12/28/11, BL-Shed, $0 Robert J. and Nelda J. Campbell Trustees Cambell, 25 Scollay Circle, 12/28/11, BL-Shed, $500
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