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Hudson - Litchfield News | March 30, 2012 - 21 Classifieds!
Classified Ad Rates: 1 week: $10.00 for 20 words or less. 4 weeks: $37.00 for 20 words or less. Additional words: .10 per word per week. (Maximum of 60 words). “Free Bee” ads run for one week at no charge. Deadline for placement is Tuesday at noon of the week you would like the ad to run. You may pay by cash, check (made out to Area News Group), or credit card (Master Card or Visa, name, address, phone & card info. required) – no refunds. Ads paid by credit card can be faxed to 603-879-9707 or Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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WE BUY junk cars and trucks. Call Pat at Jean-Guy’s in Pelham, a NH Certified Green Yard, at 603-635-7171. 3/16-4/6/12 AR
Derry Marine 603-548-6395 or 603-548-6396
Tired of fishing for your boating needs?
Mobile Service for all makes of marine engines. I-O’s and Outboards. In house propeller and skeg repair.
EXPERIENCED MOM, excellent references, quality care, infants and up, full or part-time, smoke free. South Hudson. Call 603-880-7556. 39-3/30/12
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.
CLEANING SERVICES: Residential and Commercial. Seven years experience. Free estimates. Call Clarete Pugina, 603-438-2044.
SULLIVAN RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Cleaning and Handyman Services: Clean your home/office to your expectations. Affordable rates. Painting, rug cleaning and more.
Cell: 603-361-9078, 603-881-5936. 3/9-3/30/12
CAPE COD VACATION COTTAGE: Sun and Sand on Nantucket Sound, Mid- Cape cottage, two bedrooms, sleeping loft, screened porch; family friendly grove; .1 mile to private beach. Great rental history. Call 603-320-5767 or 603-880-8818 for more information/appointment to view. 3/23-4/6/12
FREE: 18’ Diameter Aboveground Pool, Exercise Bike, Tread-mill. 603-880-0133 3/30/12
FREE SNOW-BLOWER, 3-speed, 4-HP, runs good. Free Swing Set. Free 20x20’ Tarp to cover firewood, etc. 557-3703, leave a message.
3/30/12 HELP WANTED
A MEAL-TIME Mother’s Helper is needed! Busy family of 4 is seeking someone available to cook four well- balanced, healthy meals for us per week. Dinners can be made in your home and be arranged to be dropped off to ours. We will pay for time and ingredients used. Call Denise for details, 603-930-1221. 3/23-3/30/12
KIDS-N-CRIBS Child Care of Dracut, MA is now hiring: Full & P/T positions available in our toddler and mix-todd/ pre classrooms. Please call Heather or Paula for more information at
978-452-7022, or email resume to: pyerxa@yahoo. com. 3/23-3/30/12
1 COLLINS Bros PAINTING: Interior & Exterior. Top quality work. Affordable, Fully insured, free estimates, excellent refs. 603-886-0668 3/30-420/12
A RK Pro Painting: Interior/ Exterior, High Quality Work and honesty from a trusted contractor, a small company that produces big results. Rkpropainting.com
A to Z Daniel’s Hand-D- Man: Specializing in jobs to small for remodeler’s or contractors and husband-to- do-list. Big and small inside and outside, yard work, replacement windows & doors, painting, in and out. Fully insured. Dan, 603-365-6470. 3/9-3/30/12
AFFORDABLE BRICK- STONEWORK, Chimneys, Fireplaces, Steps, Walls, Walkways, Culture-stone, etc. 32 years experience. Brian Spiker Masonry, Cell: 603- 203-0130. 3/30-4/20/12
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. 3/30-4/20/12
DAVE’S HANDYMAN SERVICES: Interior painting, windows, doors, decks, basements, and general home repairs. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. References available. 603-486-1310 3/30-4/20/12 AR
ELECTRICAL WIRING, Master Electrician, Licensed and insured. Complete wiring services. Back-up generator installation. Call Dana 603- 880-3768/ mobile 603-759- 9876. 3/30-4/20/12
*ELECTRICAL WIRING* Raceway Electrical Service: Sole Proprietorship with low overhead to save you money. Mark Leach, Master Electrician, Licensed &
Insured. 603-765-5535 3/23-3/30/12
VOICE LESSONS- Free first lesson. Manhattan School of Music trained. Call Emilia at 603-864-9483 for more info.
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Homeowners Are Urged to Test Their Wells
submitted by NH Department of Environmental Services The New Hampshire Department of
Environmental Services (NHDES) and the Dartmouth Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program are urging homeowners in New Hampshire to test their well water to ensure their drinking water is clean and safe for consumption. Nearly 40 percent of New Hampshire residents get their drinking water from domestic (private) wells, which are not subject to the same water quality testing regulations as public water systems. Safe drinking water is important to health, and testing well water at a certified lab is the only way to know whether water from a private well is safe. Both human-caused and naturally occurring contaminants are often found in private wells. Nitrates and bacteria, which can lead to immediate and serious health conditions, may be found in well water as a result of a poorly performing septic system or a nearby agricultural source. Across the northeastern U.S., two naturally occurring elements, arsenic and radon, are also commonly found in well water. Scientific studies associate their long-term exposure with cancer and other health effects. In New Hampshire, one in five private wells exceeds the federal health-based drinking water standard for arsenic, 10 parts per billion. This is alarming because research conducted by the Dartmouth Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program and other institutions over the past two decades reveals that arsenic is highly toxic in some of its chemical forms. Research shows that arsenic causes cancers of the bladder, skin, kidney, liver, and lung. Developing fetuses, infants and children are particularly vulnerable. Studies also link arsenic to infant mortality and low birth weight. Other findings suggest that exposure to arsenic in early life (including pregnancy and early childhood) may increase susceptibility to cancer in adulthood. According to Dr. Bruce Stanton, Director of the Dartmouth Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program, “Our research shows
that long-term health effects will occur from prolonged exposure to arsenic, even at low doses. NHDES has worked hard to inform homeowners about the importance of well testing and we join with them to urge all well owners to test their wells and learn about the options available to remove arsenic from their drinking water. The number of untested wells in New Hampshire remains high so we must continue to be vigilant in order to safeguard public health.”
NHDES and the research teams at Dartmouth are working together to raise awareness among health care providers, town officials and private well owners in New Hampshire about the importance of testing private wells to reduce exposure to harmful contaminants. Testing the quality of well water is simple and relatively inexpensive. NHDES recommends testing private well water annually for nitrates and bacteria, while other contaminants should be tested for every three to five years. A good time to remember to test is National Ground Water Awareness Week, which this year is March 11-17. Testing when moving or buying property is also a good idea. NH DES offers a private well testing
brochure that includes a list of recommended water quality tests and a testing schedule. The brochure is online at http://des.nh.gov/
organization/divisions/water/dwgb/well_ testing/documents/well_testing.pdf. Water testing containers are also available from DES (http://des.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/
m) as is a search tool to find a state-accredited lab, http://www2.des.nh.gov/
px. To learn more about the health effects of arsenic, current research and community engagement initiatives at Dartmouth College, visit http://www.dartmouth. edu/~toxmetal/ and http://www.dartmouth. edu/~childrenshealth/index.ht
ml. For additional information about wells, read DES fact sheets at www.des.nh.gov/
Food Myths to Not Be Fooled by This April 1! Don’t be fooled by food myths this April Fools’ Day.
Shaw’s registered dietitian, Jennifer Shea, has the inside scoop on the food myths we all should dispel. Shea encourages you to not be tricked by the
following ‘healthy’ foods: 1. Avoid eggs; they’ll raise your “bad” cholesterol. Yes, egg yolks do have the most concentrated amount of cholesterol of any food, but research has proven that dietary cholesterol has almost nothing to do with serum (blood) cholesterol. One egg has only 70 calories and is packed with vitamins and minerals. The nutrients in eggs can play a role in weight management, muscle strength, healthy pregnancy, brain function, eye health and more. The protein in eggs is the highest-quality protein found in any food, and at less than 15 cents a piece, eggs are an affordable and delicious breakfast option. Bottom line: Eggs can be eaten in moderation, even one per day, unless advised otherwise by your doctor or registered dietitian.
2. Carbs make you fat. Cutting carbohydrates (bread, pasta, rice) from your diet may result in short-term weight loss but only because of water loss from decreased carbohydrate stores (carbs hold onto water in the body). Eating carbs in moderation does not directly lead to weight gain. The body and mind use carbs for energy, and going too long without them can cause lethargy, mood swings and may cause you to overindulge in carbs once you
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start eating them again. So, eat your carbs! The key here is: Choose whole grain carbs that are fiber-rich, which will help fill you up and satisfy hunger. Bottom line: One-fourth of the food on your plate at each meal should be a whole grain food, such as whole-wheat bread, whole-wheat pasta, brown rice, quinoa or barley.
3. Coffee is bad for you. Actually, the health benefits of coffee outweigh the risks – just watch the cream and sugar. Coffee drinkers are less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease and dementia and have fewer cases of certain cancers, heart rhythm problems, and strokes. Researchers aren’t sure which components are protective – could be the caffeine or the high antioxidant content. Remember, heavy caffeine use in certain persons can cause sleep problems, irritable behavior and anxiety. Bottom line: Drink your coffee in moderation but go without or use creamers and sugar sparingly.
4. Sea salt is a healthier version of regular salt. Everyday table salt has about 2,300 mg/sodium per teaspoon. Sea salt is made from evaporated seawater and has about 2,300 mg/sodium as well. Sea salt does have magnesium and iron, in tiny amounts (so really no benefit). A table salt benefit is that it’s fortified with iodine, which regulates the hormones in your body. Bottom ;line: Sea salt sounds fancy and more natural, but it’s no better for you.
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A local company is looking for individuals with a pleasant disposition, a positive attitude and good people skills in the Southern, NH area. Positions available for school year & extended school year. Driveway-to-driveway pay, must be able to park a mid size bus at your residence. CDL and school bus certificate are desirable but not required. As long as you have a clean driving/criminal record and are able to pass a DOT physical/drug test, we will train you to be a Provider driver. We offer competitive pay and supplemental health insurance; as well as dental and a 401K plan. If you are interested in making a difference in a child’s life as well as your
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*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.
KME PAINTING LLC. Why Remodel? Painting is quicker, cleaner and better bang for the buck. Interior, exterior, home improvement. Quality work at a fair price. Fully insured, call for a free estimate. 603-759-5680
P.E.D. CARPENTRY/ Home Improvements: Quality work, always done right and on time. Doors, windows, decks and more. All types of interior/exterior home repairs. Nothing is too small. Whatever project you have, I can help. Work is always guaranteed. Fully insured, free estimates. Call Paul at 594-8377. 3/23-4/13/12
SPRING SPECIAL– Up to 40% off junk removal services. TV’s, furniture, appliances, construction debris. We take all junk. Lowest price guaranteed! Pick-ups for as low as $35. Call: Trash Can Willy’s,
AAA LANDSCAPING: Lawn Mowing, Most lawns $30-45, Spring Clean-ups, Walkways, Patios, Walls, Irrigation, Fence Installation, Fully Insured, Free Estimates. Call, 603-759-4591, www.
. 3/16- 4/6/12
ALL ABOUT MOWINGS: Now scheduling weekly and biweekly mowings. We also do brush removal, spring clean-ups and mulching. Free estimates, fully insured. Call John, 603-889-7173, 978- 758-8371 3/23-3/30/12
GREENWORKS is now scheduling spring and summer projects. We do it all, including sprinklers, walkways, retaining walls, patios, new lawns ans stump grinding. Call for a free
estimate. 603-966-7180. 3/16- 5/4/12
Spring Clean-Ups Tree Service, Bobcat Service Irrigation, Walls, Walkways, Landscape Design, Free Estimates
SOLID FILL – Dirt cheep. Call 603-598-2608.
3/23-4/13/12 AR PETS
PROFESSIONAL PET SITTING Etc. – 603-888-8088, www. profpetsit.com
. Now hiring in some areas.
3/30/12 AR SERVICES
DERRY MARINE: Tired of fishing around for your boating needs? Mobile Service for all makes of marine engines. I-O’s and Outboards. In house propeller and skeg repair. 603-548-6396, 603-548-6395 3/30/12
GUTTER CLEANING & HANDYMAN SERVICES: Gutter cleaning, repair & gutter guards installed. Small carpentry, painting, siding repair. Debris removal and power washing. Call Phil, 603-888-8278. email@example.com
SUE’S HAIR DESIGN - Haircuts, colors, highlights, perms. Reasonable prices. T, T: 9am-8pm; Fri: 9am- 3pm. Bridle Bridge Road, Windham. Sue Gendron, 889-5876. 3/30-4/6/12
QUALITY SPRINKLERS: Installation, service and repair of irrigation systems, spring start-ups. Local service, Hydroseeding. Reasonable rates. Call Chris, 603-689- 6042. 3/30-5/18/12
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. 3/30-4/6/12
IN-TUNE Piano Services, Certified Piano Technician. Tuning, Repair, Regulation, Appraisals, Rebuilding. Call 603-429-6368. firstname.lastname@example.org
INDOOR YARD SALE: Hudson Kiwanis, 14 Melendy Road, Hudson. Sat, 4/7, 9am-noon. Donate small items (electronics excluded) to support youth activities, or rent space. Table rentals: $20 for public, $10 for non-profit org. For info or pick up donations, call Norm Cloutier at 889-4279 or email: hudsonkiwanis@myfair point.net
MOVING SALE: Sat, 3/31, 9am-3pm, 58R Barretts Hill Road (house in the back), Hudson. Sports, restaurant equipment, house-wares, etc. No early birds. 3/30/12
LANDSCAPING Owned by an Iraqi War Veteran
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PDP Tax & Accounting Services
Second business location. Done Right, the First Time
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(603) 881-4272 1 Rebel Rd, Hudson, NH
(off Rte. 102)
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