Pelham - Windham News | April 27, 2012 - 19 Real Estate Gymnasts Finish Strong at States
floor, second bars (9.1), first on vault and first All-Around (34.925), Heather Mason – sixth on beam (9.175), seventh on bars and All-Around (34.375), Kathryn Boone of Windham – eighth on vault, fourth on beam (9.075), third on bars (9.275), second on floor (9.025) and third All- Around (35.875). Level 7: Christina Marra
of Litchfield – ninth on floor (9.075), first on vault (9.325) and All-Around (33.80)
Level 5 team with their eighth place award
submitted by Mary Alice Boone
Spectrum Gymnasts recently competed in the 2012 New Hampshire State Meet held in Stratham on March 31 and April 1, many closing out their 2011-2012 competitive season with some strong performances. Highlights included a ninth place team finish for the Level 4 team and an eight place team finish for the Level 5 team. Congratulations to all Spectrum gymnasts on a successful season!
Results for Litchfield and Windham gymnasts: Level 4: Aislinn Milner of Windham - 11th vault, 10th floor (9.15), fifth on bars (9.4) and 12th All-Around (36.375). Level 5: Samantha Parzych of Litchfield - third on beam, second
Town of Pelham Building Permits Issued April 16-20
• KLN Construction, 9 Washington Street, 14/4-118-1, 28 x 40 single-family house, 2-car garage under, 12x12 rear deck, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath.
• Gilbert & Debra Soucy, 44 Beacon Hill Road, 17/13-83-10, 15x30 above ground pool.
• Old Lawrence Road, LLC, 27 Old Lawrence Road, 29/7-10, Septic System Replacement (new).
• James W. Petersen Built Homes, 9 Campbell Road, 30/11- 166, 39x48 single-family house with attached garage, deck, 2 bedrooms & 2.5 baths.
• F. Kirkpatrick & C. Howard, 7 Mossey Lane, 22/8-126, 10x16 shed.
• Laurie Lee, 33 Atwood Road, 29/7-27-10, 18’x4’ rubber pool. • OEC Holding I, LLC, 95 Hobbs Road, 15/8-253, Converting illegal in-law in basement to living room, office, will remove kitchen and leave bathroom. Also replace existing 4x14 covered porch with new 4x14 uncovered porch.
• Scott & Karen Dauteuil, 7 Appaloosa Ave., 36/10-94, 12x16 shed. • Dana & Stephanie Granville, 75 Jonathan Road, 6/4-140-8, 16x44 three season sunroom with exterior deck over full foundation storage area.
• Harry & April Bouras, 5 Wilshire Lane, 34/1-10-8, 24x24 I shed. • Joy Bowlan, 974 Bridge Street, 17/12-181, A-Frame Temp sign “Walk-Ins Welcome Why, Not Now.”
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The average driver today estimates that a vehicle should go for more than 200,000 miles before sending it into retirement, according to a new national survey conducted by Kelton Research. With nearly nine in 10 vehicle owners more concerned with engine upkeep than their vehicle’s aesthetics on the inside or outside, car owners are looking for as much longevity out of their vehicle as possible. The survey also finds that 85 percent of drivers are more concerned about the longevity of their vehicles, compared to their homes. With engine health top-of-mind with consumers in today’s economic climate, the time to pay extra attention to your vehicle to help keep it running healthy is now. Even though some cars might not run as well as they used to once they reach 75,000 miles, car owners do not begin to consider their vehicle “old” until it hits the 147,000 mile mark. The reality: It’s never too early to take the extra steps to promote long vehicle life. One of the most effective ways to help keep your high- mileage car “running young” is using a high-quality mo- tor oil formulated for that purpose. Quaker State Defy, the motor oil designed to more effectively meet the changing needs of higher mileage engines and help these engines defy time, is formulated to help higher mileage engines fight wear. The technology in new Quaker State Defy mo- tor oil makes it so durable that independent tests prove it can virtually stop future wear in the engine. For more information, visit www.quakerstate.com
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Change engine oil frequently Sticking with the topic of motor oil, proper lubrication is tantamount to an engine’s health, so you need to regu- larly replace your engine oil and oil filter. Frequent oil changes can prevent the buildup of harmful deposits that rob fuel economy and power, as well as make internal components work harder. Keeping your vehicle’s fluids new and clean is priority No. 1 when it comes to making
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