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Salem Community Patriot | March 2, 2012 - 11
At McKinnon’s our mission is to provide the best food shopping experience possible. So we think you will be pleasantly surprised to see the breadth and depth of our product assortment and unmatched value, along with a personal touch so often lost in business today. Our “Super Butcher Shop” selection in Salem has over 200 feet of fresh poultry, pork, lamb, veal and
CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF®. In fact we’re one of the top sellers of CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF® in the country! You’ll also find fresh seafood delivered daily, deli meats cut to order, and if you don’t have time to cook, and a delicious selection of prepared foods. But it doesn’t stop there! We have a full line of brand name groceries, specialty and local groceries, wines, fine cheeses, fresh baked goods from our bakery, and one of the largest selections of beer in New Hampshire! In this era of high fuel prices, we are truly a one-stop shop! A big thank you goes out to all of our loyal McKinnon’s customers from the Salem area … and don’t forget, our newest store in Portsmouth is now open! See our Website for more information and our weekly specials: www.shopmckinnons.com
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Some of the well-stocked aisles shoppers will find at McKinnon’s Market
See ALL our specials at: www.shopmckinnons.com
Sale Dates: Friday, March 2, 2012- Thursday, March 8, 2012
Family Pack Boneless
PORK CHOPS $2.49 /lb.
Product of USA - Driscoll’s
STRAWBERRIES $2.99 16 oz.
STUFFED PEPPERS $3.99/lb.
Save a $1 lb. - Fully Cooked with Meat and Rice
TILAPIA FILLETS $6.99/lb.
Save $1 lb. - Fresh CENTER CUT
HOLIDAY ROAST $4.44 /lb.
Product of USA - Iceberg
GERMAN BOLOGNA$1.88/lb. Fresh - Extra Large
SEA SCALLOPS $12.99/lb.
Boneless - USDA N.Y. SIRLOIN
All Varieties - Made in Store!
CHICKEN SAUSAGE $2.88 /lb.
Prince - 12 to 16 oz. box Save $2.45 on 5
DOMESTIC HAM $2.49/lb.
HADDOCK FILLETS $4.99/lb.
Frozen at Sea SALEM, NH • 236 N. Broadway, Rte. 28 Healthy Choice Save $1.20 Kitchen Basic
SOUPS .99¢ 15 oz.
GREEK YOGURTS .88¢ 6 oz.
WHY WOULD WE WANT THEM TO HAVE A SECOND BITE OF THE APPLE…
ATTENTION SALEM VOTERS ON MARCH 13 VOTE
YES TO ARTICLE 12
to ELIMINATE the 2nd DELIBERATIVE SESSION
Let’s STOP the back door deals which allowed the water meters and the $5 million road project to pass despite the fact the we, the voters, voted them down! Vote YES to
take the Town back and to ensure the voters, and NOT the Town Selectmen, have the final say!
Political ad- Paid for by FJ Leccese, 31 Cove Road, Salem, NH
Clement L. (Sonny) Dunkley, formerly of Reading, MA and Salem, died February 14, 2012, after a long illness. He was the son of Clement and Rita Dunkley
Clement L. Dunkley, Jr. him.
and was raised in Salem. Clement graduated from the Woodbury School and was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. He raised his family in Reading were he retired from the Federal Highway Administration. He enjoyed sailing, the water, and time spent with family; especially at Ocean Park, ME. He became quite the golfer in his retirement. He married his high school sweetheart, Eileen (Currier), who predeceased
He is survived by his lovely wife, Shirley (Donati); his four children and their spouses, Sue and Dave LaFortune, Steven and Darby Dunkley, David Dunkley, and Joyce and Skip Joyce; seven grandchildren, Jenna, Katelyn, Danielle, Christine, Jake, Michael and Adam; his brother, Gordon; sister-in-laws, Mim and Ruth; many nieces and nephews; and his stepson, William Donati and his family.
His Memorial Service will be held in New Port
Richey, FL, at the Community Congregational Church, UCC on March 3.
Ruth E. (Lane) Simonds Matott
Ruth E. (Lane) Simonds Matott, 87, of Boscawen passed away on February 21, 2012, at Concord Hospital in Concord.
DOUGLAS & JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, INC.
& Cremation Services
214 Main Street, Salem, NH (603)898-8848
Susan Douglas Hopkins Robert S. Carrier J.Tyler Douglas
James L. Johnson(1959 - 2008) PUBLIC NOTICES
Town of Salem Legal Notice
Sealed Bid-330 Utility Body
Sealed Bid-331 Heavy Duty Angle Plow Sealed Bid-332 F-350 Fleet Vehicle Sealed Bid-333 F-150 Fleet Vehicle
March 20th 2011 @ 11:00 a.m.
March 20th 2011 @ 11:30 a.m.
March 21st 2011 @ 11:00 a.m.
March 21st 2011 @ 11:30 a.m.
Ruth was born and educated in Methuen, MA, the daughter of the late Alice (Carter) and Ernest Lane. She was a visiting nurse for many years and had taught kindergarten in Methuen. Ruth was a member of the Pleasant Street United Methodist Church in Salem. She enjoyed sewing, dancing, and playing the piano for the residents of the nursing home. She was predeceased by her husbands, Joseph Borgkvist and Maurice Simonds. Ruth is survived by her husband, Wendell “Peanut” Matott of Boscawen; sisters, Gladys Lane of Canterbury, and Norma Lane of Hampstead; nephews, Kenneth Lane, David Lane, Raymond Lane, Jr., Myron Lane and William Lane; and niece, Dianna Lane. A Funeral Service was held at the Douglas and Johnson Funeral Home on February 25, followed by burial in Colonial Veterans Cemetery, Salem. Memorial donations may be made to Pleasant Street UMC Food Pantry, 80 Pleasant Street, Salem, NH 03079. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www. douglasandjohnson.com
Sealed Bids will be received at the office of the Purchasing Agent, 33 Geremonty Drive, Salem, New Hampshire 03079, at the times and dates listed above. To request bid documents, please contact the Salem, NH Purchasing Department @ 603-890-2090.
TOWN OF SALEM BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED WEEK OF 2-19-12
Miracle Ear-AAA Merrimack Valley Inc., 489 S. Broadway, 2/21/12, BL-Commercial, $16,500 Vacant Space-Rocksal Mall LLC C/O Simon Properties, 1 Mall Road, 2/22/12, BL-Commercial, $0 Enterasys-EIP Northeastern Boulevard LLC, 9 Northeastern Boulevard, 2/23/12, BL-Commercial, $109,000 Loan Max-Paul Garabedian Jr., Trustees Garebedian, 73 S. Broadway, 2/24/12, BL-Commercial, $0 JNB Motors-10 Lawrence Road LLC, 282 Main Street, 2/24/12, BL-Commercial, $0
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