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Salem Community Patriot | March 16, 2012 - 7

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March 24th Pet Adoption Day First Congregational Church, Pelham 11-2pm

To see a complete listing of our available dogs, please visit

Bring Your Current Pet

for a Photo with the Easter Bunny! Photos done by Sea Jay Photography.

603-233-4801 Grover

Salute to Business Salute to Business

Animal Rescue Network of NE will Hold a Rabies and Microchip Clinic on Saturday, April 7

Mark the date. Animal Rescue Network of New England (ARNNE) will hold a Rabies and Microchip Clinic on Saturday, April 7, from 9 to 11 a.m. The location will be behind the Pelham Police Department (use Lyon’s Memorial Park entrance). We will offer nail clipping and Town Dog Licenses for Pelham residents. Please remember to bring proof of a current rabies certificate for a three-year vaccine.

ARNNE holds a Pet Adoption Day monthly at the First Congregational Church in Pelham. Here

you can learn how to adopt a dog and get to meet some of our current pets for adoption. The dogs are spayed or neutered, current on vaccines, microchipped, temperaments tested, and are eager to be someone’s new best friend. All our pets for adoption can also be seen on our Website at We are always in need of volunteers and foster homes. Stop by our Pet Adoption Day and meet our group and get information on ways you can help. We are a non-profit organization and rely solely on donations and fundraisers to save the lives of

dogs who otherwise would be euthanized. Beaver Valley Farm is one of our largest supporters. You can visit them at their store on 17 Main Street, Pelham. They sell pet foods: dog, equine and bird, and lawn and garden supplies. This spring they will carry a huge variety of plants and hanging baskets, trees and shrubs. You can visit them on the website at Please note that we will be holding a Poker for Pets Fundraiser on March 24. It will be held at Maxamillions in Tyngsborough, MA. You can find out more information about our fundraiser on our homepage or contact Jane Ash at or call her at 508-6627.


Thank You to all of the Salem voters who participated in the voting process, who voted NO to Curbside in an effort to preserve our freedom to use our Town Transfer Station, and who allowed us to put signs on your property in an effort to inform others. Please remember that our job isn’t done…

ATTEND the 2ND DELIBERATIVE SESSION on MARCH 17 at 9:00AM or earlier (to get a seat)

at SALEM HIGH SCHOOL!! We’re taking our town back!

Sincerely, Frederick Leccese, A Concerned Citizen Political Advertisement:

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