Salem Community Patriot | April 27, 2012 - 3
Congratulations to Mite A, NH Saints are Champions (18-0)
Coverts Cooperators Needed: Volunteers Working for Wildlife
Front row (L-R): Erick Hoover, James Stanford (Goalie). Back row: Adam Chopelas, Tyler Ward, Marcus Bellomo, Sean Norris, Colin Ross, Brett Levesque, Cam Rouleau, Tylor Pappalardo. Standing: Seamus Ross and Ryan Trainor. Coaches: Jim Stanford, Robert Levesque and Mauro Pappalardo.
submitted by Coach Jim Stanford The Saints marched through the Valley League right to the top this season. The Saints worked hard on their skills at Micro Ice and at the Peabody Skills Center during the year. All this hard work helped the Saints score victories against the teams from Groton, Natick, Lynnfield, Woburn, Andover, Melrose, Waltham, North Reading, and Reading, MA. The Saints played
16 games in Valley League which turned into 16 wins, first place and a undefeated season on top of Valley League. It wasn’t over yet, the Saints flew pass Woburn 4 to 1 in the Valley League Semifinals game. Then the Saints scored a huge victory over Melrose 10 to 2 to become the Valley League Mite North American - A Champions.
Fabulous Fundraiser will Save you Money
submitted by Boys & Girls Club of Salem The Boys & Girls Club of Salem has a new and
exciting fundraiser! For the next two weeks we will sell Discount Ticket Sheets. These sheets will sell for $20 each. Discounts for Canobie Lake Park, T-Bones, the Common Man Restaurant, Sports Authority, Bertucci’s Restaurant, Valvoline, O’Neil Cinemas, Weathervane Restaurant, Outback Steakhouse, Chunky’s Cinemas and the Texas Roadhouse are just some of the local businesses that are participating in this fundraiser. Most coupons are buy one, get one free, $10 off or a free item with the purchase of another item which means that the coupon sheets pay for themselves with just two purchases! These sheets contain 45 coupons and online national discounts are also available once a sheet is purchased. Online national discounts include Six Flags, Southwest Vacations, PETCO and thousands more! Club staff, board members and Club members
All excited about the coupon sheets is Ryan Scarpello of our Morning Pre-K Program.
are selling these coupon sheets now thru the end of April. There will be prizes provided to top three sellers including tickets to Canobie Lake Park, Victorian Park and Chunky’s Cinema and a raffle for Red Sox tickets for anyone who sells 10 or more sheets.
Sheets will also be available for purchase online
. “Anyone, anywhere can purchase these sheets to help support the Club and receive discounts to thousands of national and local businesses” stated Michael Stevens, Interim Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Salem. Once sheets are purchased they can be picked up at the Club. For additional information, contact Mike Stevens at mstevens@ salembgc.org
or call 898-7709, ext. 14. The Since 1967,
The Boys & Girls Club of Salem has provided a safe, nurturing environment for young people from Salem and its surrounding communities. With your support, the Club can continue to make a difference in the lives of Club members and their families.
Salem High School HOSA Students Win Awards at State Leadership Conference
ubmitted by UNH Cooperative Extension Are you interested in helping protect New Hampshire’s wildlife? Are you an enthusiastic person, involved in your community? Do you manage your own land to help wildlife? Are you concerned about the loss of wildlife habitat in New Hampshire? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, the NH Coverts Project Workshop may be right for you. The 18th annual New Hampshire Coverts Project Workshop takes place October 3-6 at the Barbara C. Harris Camp & Conference Center in Greenfield. UNH Cooperative Extension is currently accepting applicants for the workshop (go to www.nhcoverts.org
). Trainees are needed to learn about wildlife habitat and land stewardship. Anyone interested is invited to complete an application. The project, “Coverts” (pronounced “cover” with a “t”), is from the name for a thicket that provides shelter for wildlife. The term symbolizes the project’s goal of enhancing, restoring and conserving habitat for the rich diversity of New Hampshire’s native wildlife. Trained volunteers for the Coverts Project, called “Coverts Cooperators,” help raise
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awareness about how sound forest management practices can enhance wildlife habitat. Each fall for the past 17 years, 25 selected Coverts Cooperators joined a team of natural resource professional in a rustic setting in New Hampshire. For three and a half days, participants learn about the latest concepts and issues in wildlife and forest ecology, habitat management, land conservation, community conservation planning and effective outreach. Attendees pay a $50 registration fee, with room, board, and materials provided free by program sponsors.
In return, Coverts Cooperators agree to return to their communities and share what they’ve learned, and motivate others to become stewards of the state’s forests and wildlife habitats. UNH Cooperative Extension coordinates the program in partnership with NH Fish and Game, NH Division of Forests and Lands, and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. To learn more and download an application, visit www.nhcoverts.org
or contact project coordinator Malin Ely Clyde at malin.cl
, or 862-2166.
Front row, from left to right: Becky Smeltzer, Jeanna Gigante, Leah Morelli, Stephanie Genna, Rebecca Collins, Bianca Mancini. Second row: Mrs. Parent, Megan Field, Katie Page, Toni Fallisi, Megan Zuliani, Mary Ellen Devine,
Sara Lutey, Allison Asmega, Angela Khov, Elisha Farris, Kim Kiplagat, Mrs. Jeans. Back row: Niko Autiello, Travis Adamson, Ryan Corbett, Rasheed Adigun.
submitted by Salem High School Salem High School sent 42 students from the Health Science and Technology program to the NH Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Leadership Conference. Their chapter received the Gold Star Chapter Award, and Travis Adamson was elected as the new State President. The chapter also had 35 students win medals for first, second, or third place. They will compete again at the national conference in Orlando, FL, on June 18. While there, students will attend educational symposiums and leadership seminars as well as network with other students who are interested in pursuing a career in the health care field. The winners at the state conference are: CPR/First Aid: second place to Rasheed Adigun and Ryan Corbett; Career Health Display: second place to Mary Ellen Devine and Sarah Lutey; Community Awareness Project: second place to Toni Fallisi, Kate Hammett, Amanda Paratore, and Samantha Cloutier; Extemporaneous Health Poster: first place to Angela Khov; Extemporaneous Writing: fourth place to Kelly Kilgore, HOSA BOWL: first place to Carley Reis, Rebecca Smeltzer, and Katie Page and second place to Mike Gordon, Rebecca Collins, Mike Walsh, and Kimberly Kiplagat; Health Education: first place to Rachel Murphy, Colleen Cooney,
and Megan Zuliani and second place to Erin Duggan, Leah Morelli, Stephanie Genna, and Jeanna Gigante; Home Health Aid: first place to Bianca Mancini and fifth place to Cassie Firth; Medical spelling: first place to Mark Tangusso, second place to Shelby Harring, and third place to Travis Adamson; Job Seeking skills: third place to Sarah Moussa; Pathophysiology: second place to Nikola Autiello; Medical Math: third place to Megan Field; Medical Photography: second place to Allison Asmega; Medical Terminology: first place to Kristina Carlson; Nursing Assistant: second place to Nicole Auer; Physical Therapy: second place to Sarah Melo; and Sports Medicine : second place to Rachel Blazich and fourth place to Jackie Cone.
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