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8 - March 2, 2012 | Salem Community Patriot SHS Student of the Month School News School News Jerusha Tedsanamoorthy.

submitted by Salem High School Congratulations to Jerusha

Thedsanamoorthy who was chosen as the Salem High School Student of the Month for January. Congratulations also to Steven Labrecque. He was chosen

Steven Labrecque

as the Salem High School Student of the Month for February. Both students were selected for their outstanding character, leadership, service, citizenship, and academics.

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The state and local fire service leaders across the Granite State along with the NH State Fire Marshal, Fire Chiefs, Firefighters, Fire Inspectors, and Fire Prevention Officers support home fire sprinklers in new 1 and 2 family homes.

Each year more than 3000 people die in residential home fires. We think these lives are worth saving, don’t you?

In 2009, the voters of Salem voted overwhelmingly, 70% in favor, to support having home fire sprinklers in every new 1 and 2 family home. Beginning in 2006 every model building and fire code recognized the importance of residential sprinklers. This year legislation has been filed that will weaken public safety, allow substandard homes to be built and REMOVE local control and the right to decide what is best for reducing the risk of fire death; taking ALL decisions away from the local leaders who know their community best.

Therefore, we urge you to vote no on Articles 7, 9, 10 & 11 and maintain the long established consensus code process. These articles are more than just about fire sprinklers; they are about building safe homes and maintaining local control in the planning and building processes. Aren’t local rights worth fighting for? 5 Lawrence Road, Salem NH North Salem

submitted by North Salem School Good food, wonderful company, lots of fun, all for a great school! That is what will be happening at our local Fuddruckers on Tuesday, March 6. Mark your calendars, the North Salem PTA invites you to join us at Fuddruckers on Tuesday, March 6, between 5 and 8 p.m. for a fundraiser to benefit the North Salem PTA’s Daddy/Special Friend and Daughter Dance in April (watch for further details to follow regarding this dance). To take part in this fundraiser, please submit the voucher at the bottom of the notice that was sent home with your child. When you present this voucher upon ordering your dinner and Fuddruckers will donate 20 percent of your purchase price to the PTA. Fuddruckers is located at 436 Broadway (Village Mall), Methuen, MA. You may also type in the following link: Lists/Announcements/Attachments/116/Fuddruckers percent20Fundraiser.pdf and download more vouchers to share with family and friends as there is no limit to the

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Grade 1: Jessica Kamal, Jack Toscano, Derek St. Onge,

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Justin Gulliver, Noah Santiago, Libbie Pomerleau, Gianna Barbetta, Keira Garcia, Grace Khan, Isabella Sangermano, Payton Balch


Elias Saab, Andrew Donovan, Nick Valente, Lillian Schneider, Larry Liu, Dominik Vidovic, Sophia Lakos, Michael Foss Grade 3: Ceyara Mustapha, Ethan Bodenrader, Vanesa Aiello, Ryan Belkus, Angelie Gulliver, Jessica Salois, Jackson Burns, Kiana Drew, Bella Rogers, Justin Watson Grade4: Jackson Baker, Conor Donohue, Melissa Sarazin, Logan Plante, Skylar Larrabee, Saira Jahm, Taylar Leland, Alex Greenwood, Sage Lambert, Noah O’Brien Grade 5: Jared Burns, Joe Mosto, Lily Medeiros, Sarinya Merrill, Marcus Bennett, Julia Auger, Jenna-Rae Macy, Aidan Pacheco, T.J. MacGregor, Joey Calabrese, Miranda Porcella, Dominic Rizzo, Jillian Fraser, Amy Gomez

amount of people who can take part in this fundraiser. Once again, a favorite event is back twice! Pizza Bingo, sponsored by the North Salem PTA will be held on Friday, March 9, for Grades K-2 and Friday, March 16, for Grades 3-5. Join us for a family fun night of pizza, bingo and fun! Cheese pizza will be served from 6-6:30 p.m. Cost is $1 per slice payable in advance. Bingo will start at 6:30. Students caught being “responsible” last week include:

Nicholas Culleton, Roxy Quinno, Delaney Stone, Billy Richart, Daylee Rivera, Sean Roeger, Alana Williams, Alex Karibian, Tori Moretti, Shea Callahan, Gabriella Martiniello, Lilly Colecchia, Jack Schoenrock, Abby Porter, Allyson Martiniello, Jack Champagne, Zachary MacKenzie, Sabrina Testa, Hannah Smith, Mary Parkhurst, Madison McGinn, Neena Galvez, Evelyn Hamel, Brooke Carter, and Alex Poole. We hope you are enjoying your winter break and we’ll see you back at school on Monday, March 5.

This is how SNEAKY the Town of Salem Solid Waste Board is!

Wednesday Afternoon Ron Well, a member on the Salem Solid Waste Committee Board,

was seen in his White Pick-up (with the Vote Yes to Curbside Pick-up signs in the back), taking pictures of a roll-off dumpster on my business property in Atkinson, NH.

This is the same Ron Wellls who wrote in this paper about how he couldn’t

afford to buy gas at the Hess gas station, couldn’t afford to buy a brand new Honda, his truck only gets 13 miles to a gallon, but he’ll travel another 7 miles to Atkinson to take a picture of a rolloff dumpster on my property.

Did Harvey the low bidder put you up to this! Or did the Commissioner of Public Works ask you to come take pictures?? And What on earth For? How does this save taxpayers money?

Watch Out Salem Voters!

If they go to these lengths, what else are they doing?


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