Salem Community Patriot | January 6, 2012 - 5 Seniors Throw Farewell Party for Davey Bouchard Outdoors Charlie Chalk with
Davey Boucher receiving well wishes from a Salem Senior Center member
Patti Drelick saying farewell to Davey Boucher
by Robyn Hatch The Salem Senior Center recently gave a farewell party to one of their most honored and loved “members.” Davey Boucher, a town custodian at the Senior Center, has
been greatly respected by all the senior members because of the constant work he has been doing to help in any way possible. He is so greatly loved to the point where he is almost considered to be a “son” by many. Budget cuts forced the role of custodians in Salem to be changed due to union seniority.
Davey addressing those in attendance Boucher will be greatly missed and
never forgotten. We will always honor the dedication he has put into the Senior Center!
Winter 2012 Ice Fishing Classes Offered
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Let’s
Go Fishing Program, in partnership with other groups, will be offering several ice fishing classes open to the public this winter. Classes are free unless otherwise noted. Be sure to call ahead to reserve your space: • Riley Brothers Lumber, Milford - Three-part Saturday course on January 28 and February 4, from 1 to 4 p.m.; and February 11, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact Dale Riley, days (Tuesday through Friday) at 673-2987 or evenings at 673-4036.
Important Town Voting Information
Deadline For Citizen Petitions The deliberative session of the Annual
School District meeting is set for Thursday, February 9, beginning at 7 p.m. at Salem High School. Any citizen wishing to submit a warrant article for consideration at the Annual Deliberative Session of the School District must have the petition submitted before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 10. A citizen petition must be signed by 25 registered voters of the Town of Salem. They may be submitted to the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 38 Geremonty Drive, any workday, Monday through
Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Filing For Office
Superintendent of Schools, Michael W. Delahanty, has announced the dates for filing for the election of school officials for the Salem School District. Candidates for the position of school board member may file beginning Wednesday, January 25, through Friday, February 3. A candidate must be a registered voter in Salem and may obtain sign up papers at the Superintendent of Schools office, 38 Geremonty Drive, any work day Monday through Friday between
8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or from Kelly Bryant, School District Clerk. There are two three-year school board positions to be filled at the town election on Tuesday, March 13. The incumbent school board members whose terms expire are Pamela R. Berry and Robert F. Bryant. The election of the school board member position is by a non-partisan ballot at the same voting time and places as town elections.
Applications for an absentee ballot may be obtained from the Town Clerk’s office at the Town Office, 33 Geremonty Drive.
Tuscan Kitchen’s Owner and Chef Teach Sold-Out Class at Boston Center for Adult Education
regional Italian cuisine and is the perfect place for enjoying a bottle of wine or cocktails, dining on all occasions, special chef and wine tastings and holding special events and private parties alike.
Students look on as Owner/ Creator Joe Faro of Tuscan Kitchen in Salem chops squash to make homemade butternut squash cappellacci.
Adult Education in Boston, MA. Students learned to savor winter flavors and
Left to right: Owner/Creator Joe Faro and Executive Chef/Partner Jim Rogers, of Tuscan Kitchen in Salem as they prepare for their Holiday Traditions Cooking Class at the Boston Center for Adult Education in Boston, MA.
submitted by Meghan Donovan On Monday, December 19, Joe Faro,
owner/creator of Tuscan Kitchen and Jim Rogers, executive chef/partner of Tuscan Kitchen in Salem brought a sold-out crowd on a whirlwind holiday trip through Tuscany without ever leaving the Boston Center for
prepared a three- course artisanal meal, perfect for holiday entertaining, before sitting down to great food, wine and conversation with Faro and Rogers. Tuscan Kitchen is an upscale restaurant offering hand-crafted
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• Amoskeag Fishways, Manchester - Two-part class on Friday, February 24, from 6 to 8 p.m.; and Saturday, February 25, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Contact the Amoskeag Fishways at 626-3474 for more information.
All the ice fishing classes include a hands-on indoor session
where you’ll learn about ice fishing equipment, safety and practices, and winter ecology of lakes and ponds; plus a field trip where you’ll head out to a local pond and put your newly learned skills to the test! Classes are open to anyone, however, those 16 and under are encouraged to be accompanied by an adult.
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Haigh Renovations - continued from front page
the school in the past. He said the projected elementary school enrollment was 1,439 with a current 1,734 students attending the schools. Haigh currently has 219 students with a projection of only 181 by the 2016-2017 school year. Campbell spoke on costs of the school where over the next 20 years it
will cost $20 million to keep the school open. “We’re going to have empty classrooms five years out if enrollment projections stay true,” he said. The board voted to support a plan that would renovate the three elementary schools, keeping Haigh operational. The renovations will require $21.8 million in funding, money that will have to be borrowed. Campbell was the only one to vote against the renovation.
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