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Salem Community Patriot 6-11-2010

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Volume 3 Number 48
June 11, 2010 14 Pages
by Robyn Hatch
Barron Elementary recently
held a get-together for students,
parents, and teachers for the
retirement of two of Barron’s
most respected teachers:
Madeline Wolfe and Colleen
Drugan. Together, these
dedicated ladies clocked in
over 67 years in the Salem
school system. Madeline
taught grade 2 for over 31
years, while Colleen was a
physical education instructor
for Barron and Fisk for close to
36 years. Both have decided
that it is now time to move on
and start a new career.
Madeline and Colleen were
very touched to see so many
parents and students from
the past. Many were now
college students. There were
also present students and their
children who were also to have
been taught by either teacher.
Madeline was touched that
Patty Corbett, one of her former
students from her frst class in
1974, was there to help end
both careers, which was an
emotional moment, especially
for Madeline. Over the years,
Patty and Madeline wrote
many letters back and forth.
Madeline still has the photos
that Patty had sent her. Now,
Patty is a member of the Salem
School Board.
Madeline stated that she
had come up from Boston
years ago—she grew up with
the Salem School District
and considers it her family.
This organization watched
Madeline’s two daughters grow,
and now are doing the same for
her two grandsons.
It won’t be easy for either
teacher to leave all the
friendships and the people they
grew to love. Their hearts will
always be in teaching and with
the very special people they
met along the way.
Barron Honors
Two Retiring Teachers
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The Kiwanis Club of Salem had their 2010 Scholarship Award
Banquet at the Harris’ Pelham Inn, at which 17 scholarships
were given out to Salem, Londonderry, and Sanborn students.
Anticipated each year by students, these scholarships are special
and not handed out to students easily—students earn their award
by frst flling out the application, then completing the frst
semester of their school of choice, and then earning at least a C
average. Additional qualifcations for the scholarship include
playing a major role in the Key Club and community service.
The caliber of intellect with this year’s award recipients was
apparent, as they all had high GPAs and school rankings.
The Scholarship Recipients for this year:
Sanborn Regional High School: Rachel Croce
Londonderry High School: Hillary Gorgal
Salem High School: Michael Anderson, Richard Baldio, Patrick
Callahan, Jennifer Cote, Sam Fazioli, Brittany Fetzner, Nicholas
Frederico, Stephanie Gibbons, Allison Hillner, Peter Iliopoulos,
Tyler Kelley. Jill Kublbeck, Kaitlyn LaRoche, Connor Slein, Joseph
Trovato
by Doug Robinson
The menu posted on the wall of Salem High School’s 3 Seasons
Restaurant listed scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage, pancakes,
and bacon. Beneath the sign was a table with a selection of coffee,
orange juice, tea, water, and condiments.
Salem’s seniors had been invited to come to the school and enjoy
a complimentary breakfast hosted by Salem High School Student
Council members. “It is great to sit, talk, and enjoy the company of
our seniors,” commented Student Council President Jill Kublbeck.
“Last year, over 150 seniors came to enjoy our breakfast.”
Working in two shifts of 20 students each, energetic students
prepared pancakes and bacon, cooked and cleaned, and waitressed
and waited for the room full of hungry seniors.
“This is our second year of hosting this breakfast,” continued
Kublbeck. “Each year, we select a community project, and we
believe that we really enjoy meeting and talking with the seniors.”
by Doug Robinson
Family members, schoolmates, and the
entire Salem community attended the frst
annual Edmond Lo Memorial Pasta Night
Fundraiser that was recently held at the Salem
Elks Club. Those who loved and those who
did not know or had never met SSG Edmond
Lo huddled together, enjoying memories and
sharing concerns, thoughts, and emotions
while they participated in the fundraising
event.
SSG Edmond Lo paid the highest price
possible while serving his country: defending
freedom.
Lo was a 2004 graduate of Salem High
School and was “an outstanding cadet,” stated ROTC Chief Puzzo.
Dozens of local businesses contributed to support the
fundraising event, which provides two Salem High School ROTC
Cadets with fnancial scholarships to continue their education at a
college of their choice.
“On June 13, 2009, our country suffered a great loss when
SSG Edmond Lo was killed in action while in Iraq
supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom,” according
to SSG Edmond Lo’s Website. “He was deployed
with the 797th EOD Company to Baghdad, Iraq,
for his second tour of duty with the US Army. He
provided EOD support to the 25th Infantry Division
in multi-national division north. Over the course of
his career, he was praised for saving many
lives by successfully disarming numerous
improvised explosive devices (IEDs) before
one detonated, tragically ending his life.
“The SSG Edmond Lo Memorial
Scholarship Fund was established in
honor of SSG Lo in recognition of his
insurmountable courage and bravery and
dedication to our country. This awards
scholarships to Salem High School students
who meet the criteria and exemplify
the morals and values of an outstanding
citizen.”
The frst SSG Edmond Lo scholarship
recipients were Kathryn Carne and Matthew
Veil. Carne has been accepted to and will attend Norwich
University, and Veil has been accepted to and will attend
Fitchburg State College this coming fall.
Thanks to the generosity of all those who participated and
attended the Pasta Night, the fundraiser brought in over $5,000 for
the scholarship fund.

Community Supports First Annual
Edmond Lo Memorial Pasta Night
Kiwanis 2010 Scholarship
Award Banquet
Scholarship winners
Family members unite under the banner written in memory for SSG Edmond Lo
SSG Edmond Lo
Board in memory of SSG Edmond Lo
Salem High
Student Council
Hosts Breakfast for Seniors
Andrew Wall and Jill Kublbeck prepare the eggs, bacon,
and sausage for the seniors
Seniors begin to dive into and enjoy their freshly cooked meals prepared
by the Salem High School Student Council
Colleen Drugan Madeline Wolfe
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staff photos by Doug Robinson
Community Events Community Events Community Events
Friday, June 11
A concert to beneft the Salem Animal
Rescue League will be held at Windham
High School from 6:30-11 p.m., and will
include the bands: Keep Me Conscious, The
Blue Pages, The Series, The Envy Of August,
Enemies Kept Closer, The Sometimes,
and Flow and the Unemployed Teachers
Union. Tickets can be purchased at the
door; however, a discounted price will
be offered if purchased in advance. For
more information, contact Alex Gringeri at
Rock4Paws@aol.com.
Saturday, June 12
The American Legion Ernest W. Young
Post 63, 38 Millville St., Salem, will hold
a Dignifed Flag Disposal at 11 a.m. All
American fags that have become worn
or faded will be fttingly destroyed in
a respectful and honorable service of
tribute, memory, and love. Members
from all veterans’ organizations, the
military, and community are invited to
participate. Anyone wishing to dispose of
an unserviceable fag may bring them to the
ceremony, or call Enrico Casaletto at
898-1150.
This year’s Flag Day Ceremony will be held
at the Derry Salem Elks, 39 Shadow Lake
Road, Salem, at 10 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday, June 12 and 13
The Salem Animal Rescue League (SARL)
will hold a Cat Adopt-A-Thon from
noon-5 p.m. at their facility, located at
4 SARL Drive, Salem (to fnd it by GPS
or Mapquest, use 344 South Broadway,
Salem). The adoption fee for adult cats will
be reduced by 50 percent, and a special
discount will be offered for Senior Cats
(age 7-plus) for senior citizens (age 62-
plus). The adoption fee includes: spay or
neuter, age-appropriate vaccinations, and
micro-chips. Requirements to complete
an adoption are: the entire family must be
present, a landlord’s permission to own
a pet or proof of home ownership, and a
completed SARL Adoption Application. The
event will also include face painting and
special gift bags with adoptions, as well as
a drawing for a special kitty gift basket. For
more information, call 893-3210.
Saturday, June 19 – Sunday, June 20
Please join us to support those participating
in the Relay For Life of Salem 2010, which
will be held at the Salem High School Track
starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 19, and
running until 9 a.m. on Sunday,
June 20. Relay For Life is a celebration
for those who have won the battle against
cancer and a memorial to who have not.
It is an 18-hour event that brings together
teams of 10-15 individuals from local
businesses, schools, civic organizations,
friends, and families who take turns walking
or running laps. These teams raise money
for cancer research, education, advocacy,
and patient services. Come on out and
witness this wonderful event in support of
a great cause.
Saturday, July 10
Salemhaven Nursing/Rehab Center, a
non-proft organization, will sponsor a
Yankee Pride fundraiser, New England
Tradesman Tailgate Emporium, featuring
over 100 vendors offering New England-
made products and services. The event
will run from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Salem
High School parking lot, Geremonty
Drive, Salem. All proceeds to beneft the
Salemhaven van fund. Crafters and venders
interested in renting space can contact
Emily Nutter for information at 893-5586,
or by e-mail at enutter@salemhaven.com.
Community Events Community Events Community Events
Starting Wednesday, July 21
The Town of Salem Recreation Department
announces the opening of the Salem
Farmers Market on July 21 at Hedgehog
Park, Route 38, Salem. The market will
be open every Wednesday, from 3-7 p.m.,
bringing fresh, farm-grown products and
our community together weekly. For
Information and/or an application for farms
interested in participating, please contact
Jane Lang, Market Manager, at salemfarmers
market@comcast.net, or call 339-8424.
Library Library Library
Saturday, June 12
In partnership with the Kelley Library, the
Salem Animal Rescue League will hold a
Pet Wellness Fair in the Beshara Room and
Lower Lobby of the library from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Got a question
about your pet? Come ask the experts.
Veterinarians, nutritionists, groomers, and
other pet experts will be on-site to answer
your questions.
Thursday, June 17
Volunteers from the Salem Animal Rescue
League will present “Seeking Shelter at
SARL,” stories and tales about the animals
they have loved and cared for, at the Kelley
Library at 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 24
Jenny Milana, J.D., of Danger Milana
Attorneys at Law will highlight how a
Durable Power of Attorney can ensure that
parents can continue to care for their child’s
heath and fnancial well being during their
college years. The talk will be held at the
Kelley Library at 7 p.m.
Religious Events Religious Events Religious Events
Sunday, June 27
The Parish Community of St. Joseph
Catholic Church in Salem will be
celebrating the Centennial of the parish
with a Mass at 2 p.m. at the church, and
a reception and dinner to follow at the
Granite Rose, Hampstead, NH. Ticket
information will be available in late May.
All past and present parish members and
friends are invited to attend and celebrate
with us. For more information, feel free to
contact the rectory at 898-4933.
School Activities School Activities School Activities
Starting Now
Salem Family Resources-Success By 6 is
now accepting registrations for its popular
summer Parenting & Play Groups. Parents
and their young children meet once a week
with a group leader for fun, age-appropriate
children’s learning activities, stories, a
snack, parent support, and discussions
about raising children. Themes for this
summer include “Up in the Air,” “Under
the Sea,” and “Land Ho.” Friday feld trips
to local, low-cost/no-cost destinations
for families with young children are also
planned. Groups run from June 22 through
August 6. Registration information is
available by contacting Salem Family
Resources at info@salemfamilyresources.
org, or by calling 898-5493.
Sports & Recreation Sports & Recreation Sports & Recreation
Now until the end of June
The Windham Soccer League registration is
open to all towns until the end of June. For
more information, visit
www.windhamsoccer.org.
Sports & Recreation Sports & Recreation Sports & Recreation
Monday, June 14
Salem Youth Baseball is proud to announce
the return of its Celebrity Golf Tournament
at Merrimack Valley Country Club. All
of the proceeds from the tournament will
go towards funding our investment in
lighting up the Babe Ruth feld at Michele
Park. Come and spend the day golfng
with some of your favorite local celebrities
including Rick Miller, Bill Lee, Joe Morgan,
John Tudor and more. There is a fee per
person, which includes green and cart fees,
goodie bag, and after tourney banquet.
For everyone’s convenience, there will be
no baseball games scheduled on June 14
to allow for the greatest participation of
parents and umpires. The tournament will
start promptly at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start.
Proper attire is required, soft-spikes only.
For more information, contact Dan Dippo
at either 898-3696, or 508-249-3954.
Starting Monday, June 28
The Salem Recreation Department will
offer their popular, seven-week Summer
Fun Programs for 6-9 year-olds at Haigh
School and 10-13 year-olds at Woodbury
Middle School, which include theme
weeks, activities, games, arts and crafts,
feld trips, etc. Together with the Recreation
Department and our enthusiastic staff,
children will enjoy lots of activities. The
programs run fve days per week, Monday
through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Parents must register their own child. Most
feld trip days run on Fridays from 9 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. (weather permitting) There is a
cost for the program, which includes State
Park trips, special events, crafts, and more,
with rates for two children or more in the
same household. Please note that some
feld trips may require additional fees. To
register, stop by the Recreation Department
at the Town Hall, 33 Geremonty Drive,
Salem. For more information, call
890-2140.
Fridays – July 9, 16, 23, 30, and August 6
The Salem Recreation Department will
offer Special Needs Camps for children in
grades K-12 on Fridays from 9-11 a.m. at
Woodbury Middle School. Each week will
offer a different activity as follows: July 9
– Track and Field; July 16 – Bowling at Park
Place in Windham; July 23 – Basketball;
July 30 – Soccer; and August 6 – a feld trip
to miniature golf or Field of Dreams. There
is a fee for the camp. To register, stop by
the Recreation Department at the Town
Hall, 33 Geremonty Drive, Salem. For
more information, call 890-2140.
Monday, July 12 – Thursday, July 15
The Salem Recreation Department will offer
a Basketball Camp for children ages 6-10
at the Woodbury Middle School. The camp
will run from 9-10:15 a.m. for ages 6-8;
and from 10:30 a.m.-noon for ages 9-10.
There is a fee for the camp. To register, stop
by the Recreation Department at the Town
Hall, 33 Geremonty Drive, Salem. For
more information, call 890-2140.
Monday, July 19 – Thursday, July 22
The Salem Recreation Department will offer
a Dodge Ball Camp for children ages 6-10
at the Woodbury Middle School. The camp
will run from 9-10:15 a.m. for ages 6-8; and
from 10:30 a.m.-noon for ages 9-10. There
is a fee for the camp. To register, stop by the
Recreation Department at the Town Hall,
33 Geremonty Drive, Salem. For more
information, call 890-2140.
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American Legion Auxiliary, American Legion Post #63, 38 Millville Street, third
Monday, 7 p.m.
Artists Association of Greater Salem, Kelley Library, Conf. Room, second Thursday,
6:30 – 8:45 p.m.
Board of Selectmen meetings, Town Hall (Knightly Room); frst, second, and fourth
Monday. 7 p.m.
Budget Committee meetings, Town Hall (Knightly Room), second and fourth
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Cancer Support meetings, Granite State Baptist Church, 1 Sand Hill Road, frst and
third Monday, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
CHADD–Nashua-Windham Chapter, Windham Presbyterian Church, third
Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Conservation Commission meetings, Town Hall (Knightly Room), frst Wednesday,
7 p.m.
Council on Aging meetings, Ingram Senior Center, fourth Tuesday of April, May,
June, August, September and October, 11 a.m. (890-2190)
Democratic Town Committee, Kelley Library, third Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Diabetes Support Group, Ingram Senior Center, 1 Sally Suite Way, third
Wednesday, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Disabled American Veterans, W.T. Barron Chapter 25, American Legion, second
Saturday of the month, 10 a.m.
Domestic Abuse Support Group, (confdential), Call A Safe Place, 890-6392 for
more information.
Exchange Club, Jonathan’s (Park Plane Lanes), Thursdays, 12 p.m.
Families Cope, Kelley Library, Room B, Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. – noon
Garden Club meetings, Salemhaven Nursing Home, second Tuesday , 7 p.m.
Greater Salem Artists Association, Kelley Library, second Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Historic District Commission meetings, at the Museum, 310 Main Street, at the call
of the chairman.
Historic Society, Salem, Old Town Hall (310 Main Street), second Tuesday, March
through November at 7:30 p.m.
Housing Authority meetings, Housing Authority, 70 Telfer Circle, Second Tuesday,
5:00 p.m.
Interdenominational Prayer Group, North Salem United Methodist Church, every
Sunday evening
Kelley Library Trustees meetings, at the Library, 234 Main Street, 10 times per year,
date and time set at each meeting.
Kiwanis, Salem Boys’ & Girls’ Club, 2nd Monday, 6 p.m.
Knights of Columbus, 37 Main Street, 2nd Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Lions Club, Salem Boys & Girls Club, second Tuesday, at noon and Black Water
Grill, third Thursday, at 7 p.m.
Machine Knitting Club, Kelley Library, Room B, frst Saturday, 9 a.m. – noon.
Masons, Spicket Lodge No. 85, 107 Main Street, second Thursday of the month.
Military Moms, Boys’ & Girls’ Club, 2nd Thursday, 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Mom’s Club of Salem, Kelley Library, fourth Monday, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Order of the Eastern Star, Spicket Lodge No. 85, 107 Main Street, third Friday.
Overeaters Anonymous, Kelley Library, Room B, Fridays, 5:30 – 6:45 p.m.
Planning Board meetings, Town Hall, second and fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Recreation Advisory Committee meetings, Town Hall (Conference Room), frst
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Refunder’s Group, Kelley Library, Lanc Room, third Saturday, 9am – noon.
Rotary Club of Greater Salem, Rockingham Park (Belmont Room 1), Fridays,
7:30 a.m.
Salem Family Resources–Success By 6 Grandparents as Parents Support Group
Groups, third Friday, 9:30 a.m. at Greater Salem Caregivers. 287 Lawrence Road
(Foss School Building). (898-5493) Cindy Jury, Executive Director, Salem Family
Resources–Success By 6
Salem Community Emergency Response Team, Kelley Library, small conf. room,
second Wednesday, 6 p.m. Anyone over 21 is welcome.
Salem Crossing #2, Kelley Library, Room B, third Wednesday, 7 – 8 p.m.
Salem Crossing #3/Rockingham Commons, Kelley Library, Room B, third Monday,
6:30 – 8:45 p.m.
Salem Museum, 310 Main Street, Open Mondays, 2 – 5 p.m. (890-2280)
Salem NH Citizen Corps, Knightly Meeting Room, Town Hall, second Tuesday,
7 p.m.
Salem Republican Town Committee, frst Thursday, 7:00 p.m., at the Kelley Library,
contact Jeff Hatch at jefhatch@msn.com or 548-7418.
Salem Senior Services, open Mon. – Thurs., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Friday,
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Salem Teen Social Center, Kelley Library, Room B, frst Thursday, 7:00 – 8:45 p.m.
Salem Writers Group, Kelley Library, Conf. Room, second Tuesday, 10 a.m. – noon.
Salem Youth Hockey, Kelley Library, Room B, second Wednesday, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.
Son’s of Union Vets & Auxiliary, Kelley Library, Room B, fourth Saturday,
12:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Pleasant Street Methodist Church, Wednesdays,
6:30 p.m.
Winning Speakers Club, Senior Center, Lowell Road, second and fourth
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Women’s Club (GFWC) Salem Chapter, Kelley Library, Beshara Room, frst Tuesday,
noon – 2 p.m. (No July, August or December)
Zoning Board of Adjustment meetings, Town Hall, frst Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Salem Regular Meetings & Events
Salem Community Patriot
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Ararat Armenian Congregational Church
2 Salem Street • Sunday Services, 10:30 a.m.
Centerpoint Community Church
101 School Street • Sunday Services, 10 a.m.
Grace Assembly of God
199 Zion Hill Road • Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.;
Wednesday night Bible Study, 7 p.m.
Granite State Baptist Church
1 Sand Hill Road • Sunday Services, 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m.
Hannah Tenney United Methodist Church
290 Main Street• Sunday Worship and Sunday School, 11 a.m.
Faith Bible Chapel
Meets at American Legion Hall, 38 Milville Street • Worship Service, 8:30 a.m.,
7 p.m. Bible Study, Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
First Congregational Church, UCC
15 Lawrence Road • Sunday Worship Service, 10 a.m.
Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church,
200 Lawrence Road • Masses: Sat., 4 p.m., Sun., 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m.;
Weekdays: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., Rosary, 8:40 a.m., Mass, 9 a.m.
Greater Salem Vineyard Fellowship
Meets at Salem High School, Auditorium • Sunday Service, 10:00 a.m.
North Salem United Methodist Church
389 North Main Street • Sunday Worship Service & Sunday School, 9 a.m.
Pleasant Street United Methodist Church
8 Pleasant Street • Sunday Worship and Sunday School, 9:00 a.m.
Rockingham Christian Church
5 Industrial Way, Unit #2 • Sunday Worship & Children’s Church, 9:30 a.m. &
11:30 a.m. • www.rccsalem.com
Salem Bible Church
11 Ermer Road (off Rte. 111) • Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m., Eve. Worship, 6 p.m.
Sunday School, 9:15 a.m. • Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m.
St. David’s Episcopal Church
Main Street (across from Kelley Library) • Sunday Services, 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m.
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
33 Main Street • Masses: Sat., 4:15 p.m., Sun., 7:30 a.m., 8:45 a.m., 11 a.m.;
Weekdays: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., Rosary 6:50 a.m., Mass, 7:15 a.m.;
Wed., Rosary, 6:50 a.m., Eucharistic Service 7:15 a.m., Evening Mass, 6:30 p.m.
Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church
171 Zion Hill Road • Sunday Services, 8 a.m., 9 a.m.; • Fellowship Hour 10 a.m.
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Professional Martial Arts Academy Annual
SUMMER CAMP
Tim Barchard’s
Professional Martial Arts Academy
www.PROmaAcademy.com
Derry 434-7995 Windham 893-7990
Do you want your children
to be safe, fit & disciplined?
If so, We can help!
Our Unique Martial Arts Summer Camp
will give your children these five great safety
strategies while developing fitness and discipline …
1. Easy to learn self defense 2. Vital safety tips
3. How to handle Bullies 4. What to do when parents aren’t around
5. What to do when confronted by strangers
Two 5-week sessions begin June 7th and July 19th Two 5-week sessions begin June 7th and July 19th
Are you looking for an activity that can be fun as well as
educational? Professional Martial Arts Academy has the
answer. Our annual summer camp will provide your child
with the needed tools to handle dangerous situations.
“Not only does my son know how to avoid
dangerous situations, he now knows
how to get out of them if they,
God forbid, ever occur.”
-Martha Lewis, Derry NH
Over the last 16 years, We have
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to empower children to take
precise and effective action only
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Party Honors
Retiring Teacher
by Robyn Hatch
As requested, a low-key retirement
reception party for Joyce Sherwood-Pike
was held at the Lancaster Elementary
School Library. This event was open
to the public, and all past and current
students and parents were encouraged to
attend. Mrs. Pike has been a teacher in
the Salem School District since 1989, and
throughout her 20 years at Lancaster, she
has taught frst-, second-, and fourth-grade
students. Everyone wishes her the best—a
teacher like Mrs. Pike only happens once
a lifetime. Flowers for Joyce Sherwood-Pike
by Robyn Hatch
Daniel Stacey from Boy Scout Troop 267 has answered the call for a Veterans Memorial at the Pine
Grove Cemetery. Daniel will be working in conjunction with the Salem Highway Department to erect
a memorial to honor all veterans that have served our country. The memorial will consist of a walkway
and memorials representing all branches of the armed forces. Behind each memorial will be a fagpole
that will fy the individual fag of that branch. In the center of the memorial will be the main fagpole
that will fy an American fag. The walkway will form the shape of a ribbon consisting of yellow bricks—
orders are being accepted for memorial bricks to be placed in this walkway.
Community support of this project is strongly encouraged—please call Daniel Stacey at 490-8777
(cell) or 893-9202 for more information.
Plans In the Works for Veterans Memorial
submitted by Sonny Tylus
On Saturday, May 22, the Greater Salem Caregivers hosted its frst-ever “Salem Caregivers Bocce
Tournament.” The event was held inside at PhanZone in Hampstead, and was organized under the
direction of Mario Pagnoni, the “Bocce Guy,” who operates the Joy of Bocce, LLC in Methuen, MA.
There were teams made up of both experts and novices. Many of the novices were playing for the frst
time, and they were amazed to realize how quickly they were able to learn the rules and how easy bocce
is to play. They also found out how much fun bocce is, especially the camaraderie and the good-natured
competition that takes place between the teams. Adding to the enjoyment were the refreshments in the
morning and a grand pizza party with the awarding of the medals and the drawing of the raffe prizes.
The Greater Salem Caregivers, who have been servicing the elderly and disabled in Salem, Atkinson,
Plaistow, and Pelham since 1989, would like to thank everyone who participated and to those businesses
and civic organizations that sponsored the event and provided raffe prizes: Enterprise Bank, Coco
& Early Associates, Salem
Kiwanis Club, Yoga – Balance
for Life, Freshwater Farms, JCH
Technologies, Goundrey &
Dewhirst Funeral Home, Rosie’s
Restaurant, and Advertising &
Business Service Inc.
Bocce is a game that is growing
in popularity, and the Greater
Salem Caregivers is planning to
make this Tournament an annual
tradition. Everyone agreed that
they would look forward to
playing in the “Salem Caregivers
Bocce Tournament” next year.
Bocce Tournament Draws Crowd
Gene Bryant, Kelly Bryant, Matt Russo, and Matt Bryant
Daniel Stacey talks with Tony Folgia about his plan
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Neighborhood
Update of Listing
Project
submitted by the Assessor’s Offce
In the coming weeks, listers will be moving
into the Lake Street, Bluff Street, and Millville
Street area. Listers also continue to work in the
north part of town, and will be moving south
down the Haverhill Road area toward and
into the Norwood Road and Old Farm Road
neighborhoods.
Homeowners are reminded that all listers will
carry IDs. Should you not be home when they
visit, a door hanger will be left with instructions
and a phone number to call to set up an
appointment.
Any questions should be directed to the
Assessor’s Offce at 890-2115.
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Obstacles to America’s Growth
Most Americans want to be part of the
American dream! It is one’s observation by the
numbers of foreign nationals; legally or illegally,
they want to come to America. Opportunity
exists for those that play by the rules and work
hard, then become American citizens, and even
see their children and grandchildren graduate
from some of the best schools in the country and
get jobs, homes, and become taxpaying upright
citizens of this country of which we are proud.
In contrast, we have many of the 18 million
illegals breaking the rule of law of society, causing
crime (such as drugs, robbing, money bribes,
and other illegal activity) and killing innocent
people in their homes and on the highway. They
take away many jobs from American workers as
they work for low wages (much under the table).
Illegals crowd our hospitals by using counterfeit
documents to gain benefts such as something
for nothing and take taxpayers’ money, health,
housing, and welfare. Illegals need transportation
and bribe offcials to gain driver’s licenses and a
footing in America. These activities are condoned
by a liberal, progressive society that are do-
gooders and
somehow
think that
this illegal
activity is
like the just
cause of the
Civil Rights
Movement
of the 1960s.
There is
a huge
difference.
One very
moral—the
other illegal!
Do not be
deceived
by their
so-called
humanitarian cause.
This costly activity will continue undermine
America, morally and fnancially. Illegals
should be stopped from entering this country
and deported if here—not be protected by the
progressive Socialist group of elected offcials
in our New England States and Washington, DC
for the sake of votes, as Obama’s stance is at the
moment. Talk to your representatives and speak
up; call Washington and tell them you are sick of
being taken advantage of. Encourage some form
of immigration reform in 2010 that would be
change we all can live with!
Ed Brooks - Salem
Girl Scouts Thank
Salem Lions Club
The Town of Salem Girl Scouts would like to
extend their appreciation and a big “thank-you”
to the Salem Lions Club for sponsoring their
town-wide Camporee. This year’s Camporee
was held June 4-6 at Camp Lincoln in Kingston.
The theme was Walking on the Wildside. The
Lions Club generosity allowed over 250 Scouts
and adult volunteers to learn about New
Hampshire wildlife. The Salem Lions Club
sponsored naturalist Marie Leighton from Reptiles
on the Move, a community-wide breakfast, and a
memorabilia patch designed by Liana Lasorsa of
Junior Troop 10783, led by Judy Shanteler.
The Scouts would also like to thank Adorn
Ministries for providing juice and water; Junior
Troop 10095, led by Deanna Saif and Julie
Sprague, for heading the fag ceremony; Senior
Troop 12290 advisor Melissa Ribaudo and
Senior Troop 12723 advisor Anne Schwing
for coordinating stations; Senior Troop 12109
advisor Anne Lombardozzi for leading a beautiful
Scouts Own; Cadette Troop 12124 advisors Tricia
DiGiovanni and Lori Georgy for hosting the
breakfast; and Cadette Troop 12379 advisor Lisa
Matte for time-keeping and clean-up.
Thank you to all the leaders and parents for
taking the time to supervise and create life-long
memories by supporting this event, and especially
to God Almighty for providing
great weather!
Merri Carlson and Sheila
Casey, Event Coordinators,
Salem Girl Scouts - Salem
The Rand Paul
Movement
The Civil Rights Act of
1964 was put into place by
President Lyndon Johnson
as a welcome and necessary
countermeasure against both
private and government anti-
African American exclusionism
that permeated the United
States before its passage. The
law laid the foundation for
our black citizens’ present-day
ability to star in mainstream
movies, perform the same jobs
at the same salaries that white
Americans already had as their
birthright, as well as pay their
bus fare and sit in any open seat
without reprisal. No longer
were they relegated to walk-
on roles (the “token blacks” of
so many ‘50s-‘60s TV shows),
forced to stay in different hotels
while traveling with their
professional sports teams, and
expelled from restaurant lunch
counters.
Kentucky senatorial candidate
Rand Paul’s disgraceful,
regressive comments a couple
weeks ago favoring the repealing
of the right we all have in free
America to frequent the private
institution of our choice should
give all Americans pause. And
if anyone had any skepticism
about the new creeping
conservatism and hatred
espoused by angry citizens,
proven by the dramatic surge in memberships
in our nation’s white supremacy organizations,
as well as the editorializing by our established
news media and Internet bloggers since president
Barack Obama’s election, those doubts have been
put to rest.
Consider the recent stated opinions from
other “libertarians” like FOX News’ John Stossel
(brilliantly and admirably debated/skewered by
that station’s Megyn Kelly), the Boston Globe’s Jeff
Jacoby (in a diatribe that in subtle heinousness
rivaled anything put down so far on the subject),
among many others nationally. In nearly every
case, the disclaimer is given that “I’d never attend
any institution that practiced discrimination—it
should just be legal for owners to admit
whomever they want.” But if that were really true,
why would they even want to open that can of
worms?
The fact is that a number of our 50 states due to
their demographics would embrace a return to the
bad old days (Paul, after all, won his Republican
primary), and will indeed vote for candidates who
share his views. This is the unarguable reason
why the decades-old federal law is still necessary.
It is laughable to hear all the phony backtracking
being done in the past couple of weeks by pundits
claiming that it wasn’t private citizens who kept
the segregation fames alive during all those years
of misery, but the government who was to blame.
Doubtlessly, many state laws in existence over
that period enabled the castigation and denial of
minority rights, but to claim that there would’ve
been any difference without a national law with
teeth in it to make it felonious to continue the
bigotry is a bald-faced lie, easily disproved by a
check through our white vs. black contention-
flled history prior to its enactment, as well as a
cursory look at the last couple of years since the
Obama election.
And when Stossel, et al use the slogan “Fight
Bigotry Without Government,” you wonder what
shape we’d be in if that same rule was applied to
murder, bank robbery, and corporate malfeasance.
Groups like the Irish in the 1800s, our Jewish
population, as well as African-Americans have all
felt the slap of the “inferiority card” laid on them,
showing that one’s skin color isn’t the only facet
that can be marginalized and denigrated.
The Civil Rights Act was instituted to both
redress and prevent future abuses, and is
an obvious prerequisite in maintaining the
United States as the cultural, professional, and
sociological melting-pot we profess to be, which
has long been one of our greatest strengths.
Candidates like Paul have to be seen for what
they are: unwelcome precursors to a new age
of repression, violence, countless lawsuits, and
race-on-race castigation. Their ascension into
power on any level, save for their correctly
guaranteed right to run their own lives and believe
in whatever they want to, will hopefully be
prevented. And as this year plays out and Paul’s
like-minded peers’ true ideologies are exposed to
our decent voters and November’s election looms,
they cannot be allowed to turn the clock back to
an ugly, strife-flled past.
William F. Klessens - Salem
Making Salem Beautiful
On behalf of the Salem Garden Club, we would
like to thank Joanne Lakin of Lakin Landscaping of
Atkinson for adopting the island across from the
Hess Station at the corner of Route 111 and Route
28—that’s a way to go and get a start on making
Salem beautiful. Why not join the momentum? It
looks beautiful.
Lorraine Thompson, President,
Salem Garden Club - Salem
Bringing Back Community
Theater in Salem
Anyone interested in once again forming a
Salem community theater group? It was once
alive and active in Salem. I have received
requests from our community to bring it back. I
need actors, singers, dancers, producers, and
directors who want to bring theater back to our
community of Salem. Interested in joining?
Please contact Jane Lang at ejanelang@comcast.
net or 339-8424.
Jane Lang - Salem
Support for Katrina Swett
for Congress
To the voters of Salem, I am so happy that
Katrina Swett has decided to run for Congress.
It takes real courage in this toxic political
environment to step up and say, “I am willing to
put myself out there and fght for my core beliefs.”
I have known Katrina for many, many years, so let
me tell you about her core values. She is a wife
and the mother of seven beautiful (now grown)
children, and she knows that strong, loving, hard-
working families make for a strong country and
they don’t want a hand-out—they want a hand-
up. That a government that cares about Main
Street more than Wall Street will do all that it can
to be sure that the middle class does not fail. She
believes it is the middle class that has built this
country, and now, they are struggling with tuitions,
bills, mortgages, and to hold onto or get a job,
and Katrina gets it. She has always been a strong
advocate for seniors and our veterans—two causes
dear to my heart. She is smart, highly educated,
and knows how to make things happen; she is not
just another pretty face. Katrina will work to bring
New Hampshire good jobs, and will work hard on
making government more effcient while bringing
the defect down. She will be like a mother lion
protecting her cubs. She will fght to protect what
she loves, and she loves New Hampshire and
this country. I know Katrina and I can tell you
for a fact that we could have no better champion
in Washington fghting for us in Congress than
Katrina Swett.
Stephanie Micklon - Salem
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fall workshop brochure and mail-in registration form are now
available to download at www.nhbow.com. You can also call
(603) 271-3212 or e-mail aquatic-ed@wildlife.nh.gov to request
an application. Applications will be accepted by mail, or in
person, at the NH Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, in
Concord. Registration is frst-come, frst-served; so sign up early if
you are interested.
The 2010 fall BOW workshop will take place Friday, Saturday,
and Sunday, September 10-12, at Rockywold/Deephaven Camps
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On Friday, May 28, the Methuen-Salem Rotary Club hosted its annual
“Teacher of the Year” recognition ceremony at the Boxwood Grill on
the newly redesigned Merrimack Valley Golf Club. Two teachers from
Methuen, MA, and one teacher from Salem were awarded this year. The
recipients are teachers from schools in Methuen and Salem from grades
K-12, including all public and private schools. Superintendents and
school principals are the nominators to their fellow teachers based on
different criteria, such as time on the job, commitment, leadership, etc.
The recipients from this year’s award were the following:
Salem School District
Karen Verry was selected as the Methuen-Salem Rotary 2010 Teacher
of the Year from the Salem School District. Verry is currently a ffth-grade
teacher at Soule Elementary School. She taught six-year-old students
during her frst 15 years, and then made the dramatic leap to teaching
ffth-grade students for the last 13 years. Verry has emerged as a teacher
leader at her elementary school and throughout the Salem School
District.
Methuen Public Schools
Roberta (Bobbi) Brouder has been selected as the Methuen-Salem
Rotary 2010 Teacher of the Year from the Methuen Public Schools. Ms.
Brouder is currently a kindergarten teacher at the Marsh Grammar
School. She started as a pre-school teacher 27 years ago, moved to
half-day kindergarten, and fnally into her present position of full-day
kindergarten teacher. Ms. Brouder has a genuine love for teaching, and is
truly an asset to the Marsh Grammar School community.
Presentation of Mary Academy
Susan Viscosi has been selected as the Methuen-Salem Rotary 2010
Teacher of the Year from the Presentation of Mary Academy. Viscosi is
currently an English teacher at the Presentation of Mary Academy, and
has been a valuable member of the teaching team for 14 years.
The Methuen-Salem Rotary Club serves the communities of Methuen
and Salem. Service projects include providing holiday food baskets to
over 100 local needy families, awarding scholarships to local high school
seniors, Teacher of the Year and Student of the Month, and cooking and
serving food to athletes and their families at the Special Olympics.
Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders
that provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards
in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 Rotary
clubs located in 166 countries.
The Methuen-Salem Rotary Club meets at the Merrimack Valley Golf
Club in Methuen every Friday at 12:15 p.m. For more information about
the Methuen-Salem Rotary Club, visit www.methuensalemrotary.org.
Methuen-Salem Rotary Club Teacher of the Year Awards
Karen Verry, Roberta (Bobbi) Brouder, and Susan Viscosi
by Jay Hobson
Greystone Farm senior living community, 242 Main Street, Salem,
is hosting its third annual basket auction on Thursday, June 17.
Bidding on the baskets will run from 6-7:30 p.m. and will beneft the
American Legion and Women’s Auxiliary Post 63.
“We have about 50 baskets that were empty, but have been flled
with corporate and individual donations, including a night at the Red
Sox, a trip to Foxwoods, toys, and a lot more,” Senior Director of
Community Relations Tracey Hamlin-Landry said.
There will be parking at the Boys & Girls Club and the Kelley
Library, with a shuttle bus bringing bidders to Greystone.
“We’re set for a fun evening of bidding and a raffe, light
refreshments, and drinks,” Hamlin-Landry said.
Admission is $5, which includes a chance in the raffe.
Tracey Hamlin-Landry Sr., Director of Community Relations at Greystone
Farm, and Stephanie Micklon of the American Legion Auxiliary Post #63
display an empty basket, which will be flled with goodies to be auctioned on
June 17 at Greystone Farm
Greystone Farm Auction
to Beneft American Legion
submitted by Representative Andrew Renzullo,
Hillsborough County, District 27
Here are some important votes taken by your state
representatives in Hillsborough County, District 27
(Hudson, Litchfeld and Pelham), and Rockingham
County, District 4 (Windham and Salem). In some
instances the YEA or NAY will be changed to another
term to avoid confusion as to the intent of the vote.
HB-1459 - A bill dealing with Political Advertising &
Political Advocacy
Analysis: What started in the House as a minor bill
dealing with trust company incorporation turned into
a major battle over freedom of speech. The Senate
attached a non-germane amendment, which put controls
on political advertising or advocacy advertising in New
Hampshire for a corporation, limited-liability company,
or limited partnership. Proponents felt that it would
limit big money’s infuence on elections. Opponents
felt that it was prior restraint of free speech. Opposition
came from across the political spectrum, most notably
from the liberal New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU affliate) and the conservative Cornerstone Policy
Research. The Committee of Conference report (and
thus the bill) was defeated in the House by a vote of 135
In Favor and 184 Opposed. The bill is now dead.
To contact your state representative, visit NH General Court’s Website at
http://gencourt.state.nh.us.
Hillsborough County, District 27
Boehm, Ralph (R) Opposed
Christiansen, Lars (R) Opposed
Doherty, Shaun (R) Opposed
Haefner, Robert (R) Opposed
Jasper, Shawn (R) Opposed
Ober, Lynne (R) Opposed
Ober, Russell (R) Opposed
Renzullo, Andrew (R) Opposed
Ulery, Jordan (R) Opposed
Gandia, Laura (R) Not Voting
Hardy, Valerie (D) In Favor
Knowles, John (D) In Favor
Knowles, Mary Ann (D) In Favor
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Lowe’s Update: Building and Razing
by Jay Hobson
The landscape at the Stateline
Plaza is taking shape for the
new Lowe’s home improvement
retail store, including a new
sign at the recently redesigned
entrance, which was moved
about 100 feet south of the
former entrance. The skeletal
frame of the 100,000 square-
foot building is being erected,
and a new temporary offce
trailer for the Sovereign
Bank building is in
place.
The Sovereign Bank
building, a stand-alone
structure that had been
built in the ‘70s to
house the former Salem
branch of the Pelham
Bank and Trust, was
razed last week, and the
Sovereign Bank moved
to a temporary offce
trailer.
The bank building was
used by the Fire Department prior
to its demolition.
Firefghters from Ladder 1 were
seen entering the empty Sovereign
Bank building two weeks ago.
“The property owners entered
an agreement with us that would
allow us to use the bank building
for training purposes before they
tore it down,” Fire Chief Kevin
Breen said.
The new bank will be attached
to the north side of Namco, which
has been open for business
during the construction
process, with a service
road separating the south
side of Namco from the
new Lowe’s.
Plans include updated
landscaping and lighting
in the parking lot, and a
retaining wall surrounds
the perimeter of the
property.
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Enterprise Bank Announced
submitted by Enterprise Bank
CEO Jack Clancy announced new offcer promotions that
were voted at a recent meeting of the Board of Directors. At
Enterprise Bank, promotions are not the result of any one specifc
professional achievement, but rather a culmination of many years
of increased responsibility, education, training, and community
involvement.
Kristen Vadala, a resident of Salem, was promoted to Bank
Offcer, Branch Service Specialist. Kristen joined Enterprise Bank
in October 2005 and later transferred to the Salem Branch. She
has held progressive positions leading to her current role as
Branch Service Specialist. Kristen earned a Bachelor of Science
in Business Administration, with a major in Management from
Merrimack College. She is a board member for the Dollars for
Scholars of Salem/Windham, a member of
the Salem Chamber of Commerce, and Head
Coach of Andover High School gymnastics.
She is currently pursuing her MBA from Suffolk
University.
Others receiving promotions were:
Danielle Bonneau – Bank Offcer, Human
Resources Specialist: Danielle began her
career with Enterprise Bank in July 2007. She
earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Operations Management from
the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Involved in community activities, Danielle
served as co-captain of the bank’s American Heart Association fundraiser. Recently, she
earned her Professional Human Resources (PHR) certifcate from the Human Resources
Certifcation Institute. She is a resident of Wakefeld, MA.
Keith Cormier – Bank Offcer, Lead Credit Analyst: Keith joined the Credit
Department of Enterprise Bank in 2005 as a credit analyst. He recently graduated from
the Bank’s Supervisory Education Managerial Program (SMEP) and in addition to his
primary responsibilities in 2009, Keith took on several special projects for the Credit
Department. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Keith volunteers for
Rebuilding Together of Lowell and other local charities. Keith resides in Westford, MA.
Andrew Santos – Commercial Lending Offcer: A resident of Methuen, MA, Andrew
began his career at Enterprise Bank in June 2007. In July 2008, he joined the bank’s
commercial lending team. Andrew is a graduate of Bentley College in Waltham, MA,
where he received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management. He is currently
pursuing his MBA from Bentley.
Jamie Tomc – Bank Offcer, Branch Service Manager: Jamie began her career at
Enterprise Bank in July 2007 and advanced to the role of Branch Service Manager for
the Acton Branch in November of 2008. Jamie is a graduate of the College of the Holy
Cross in Worcester, MA, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a
minor in Visual Arts. She is currently pursuing her MBA from Boston University. Jamie
volunteers for Big Brothers/Big Sisters. She resides in Waltham, MA.
Denise Veenstra – Bank Offcer, Business Analyst: Denise joined Enterprise in January
2006 as a Business Analyst. A
graduate of Bentley College in
Waltham, MA, Denise holds a
Bachelor of Science degree in
Accounting. Her community
activities include serving as the
Treasurer of the New Wave Swim
Club, volunteering as a Swim Meet
Timer and Scoreboard Operator, and
she also participated in the “Susan
G. Komen Race for the Cure.”
Denise resides in Tyngsborough,
MA.
In announcing these promotions,
Clancy stated, “We are proud to
have such talented and skilled
professionals achieve success during
their careers at Enterprise Bank.
Their knowledge and experience
are tremendous assets to the bank.
Each has worked hard to achieve
their career goals.”
Kristen Vadala
by Robyn Hatch
After a huge Texas-style meal, the Annual Blessing of the Bikes
took place with a full house of beautiful bikes—most of which
were Harley-Davidsons. Even though it was an incredibly hot day,
Father Perez from St. Joe’s performed an outstanding ceremony
for the Blessing of the Bikes, which took place at the Derry Salem
Elks Lodge,
39 Shadow
Lake Road,
Salem. When
the ceremony
was over, loud
engine roars
were heard
from all of the
bikes.
Annual Blessing of the Bikes
Joanne Baillergeon
sits on the back
of Jerry Langone’s
Harley
Mike and Pam Famjoy wait for the blessing
Father Perez from St. Joe’s performs the
blessing of the bikes
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Sovereign Bank building
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by Chris White
The Salem Blue Devils shined at the New
Hampshire Outdoor Track and Field Meet of
Champions in Merrimack last Saturday with
fve Blue Devils taking home gold medals.
The lone champion for the boys’ team
was Jerickson Fedrick, who actually grabbed
a title in two events: the 100 meters
(10.99 seconds) and the 200 meters (22.56
seconds). The girls’ team, meanwhile,
posted four champs: Victoria Rozumek
in the high jump (fve feet, four inches),
Taylor Buatti in the pole vault (nine feet, six
inches), Melissa Higgins in the 300 hurdles
(44.52 seconds), and Amy Desrosiers in the
discus (128 feet, four inches).
Desrosiers, a junior, managed to repeat
her 2009 state championship in the discus
when she threw for 122 feet, two inches.
Now, in the 2010 state meet, she led
Salem’s throwing crew, which also featured
Grace Cardarelli taking sixth place in the
javelin (109 feet, four inches) and Stephanie
Chapman earning 14th in the shot put (31
feet, eight and one-quarter inches). Also,
the versatile Higgins took third places in the
long jump (16 feet, nine and three-quarter
inches) and the 200 meters (26.50 seconds)
on top of her frst in the 300 hurdles.
In addition to Fedrick, the boys
dominated the 100-meter event as Max
Jacques fnished third (11.34 seconds) and
Ross Davies came in fourth (11.45 seconds)
to give Salem a total of three athletes in the
top six spots for the race. On top of that,
Jacques fnished seventh in the triple jump
(42 feet, four and one-quarter inches) and
eighth in the 300 hurdles (41.48 seconds),
while Davies took seventh in the 200 meters
(23.43 seconds). Hurdlers Gabe Frias and
Doug Hopkins also represented Salem in
the 110 hurdles.
By fnishing in the top six of their
respective events, eight Blue Devils
– Rozumek, Buatti, Higgins, Desrosiers,
Cardarelli, Fedrick, Jacques, and Davies
– have qualifed for the New England
Championships in New Britain, CT, on
Saturday, June 12.
Five Blue Devils Take Titles at Meet of Champions;
Eight Qualify for New Englands
Kiwanis Helps to Save
SHS Baseball Field
submitted by
Howie Zidel
Back in 2005,
Kiwanis stepped up
and donated $6,500
to Salem so that
some disputed land
in the outfeld of the
baseball feld could
be purchased from a
private owner. Once
again, Kiwanis stepped
up to help the Town
and the children of
our community. It was
possible that the school
would have lost part of the feld and, as a result, incur considerable
expense in reconfguring the playing feld.
Kiwanians are proud of what we do for the greater Salem
Community. The banner was recently installed by Dave Rozumek,
Athletic Director at the HS.
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Proceeds to benefit The American Legion Post 63
Te Kiwanis banner that was recently installed on
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submitted by Lisa Webb, Barron School PTA
The Barron School PTA sponsors a Golf
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Golf Course in Salem to raise money for the
Parent Teacher Association (PTA) on June 5.
A great sunny day and supportive parents,
teachers and local businesses help to raise
over $1,200 to help enrichment programs
and fund family- and child-focused events for
Salem Youth. Thank you all who participated
and supported this event.
Some of the golfers, including William T. Barron
Elementary School Principal Anthony Dinardo and
Lancaster Elementary School
Principal Adam Pagliarulo
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June 14-18, 2010
Elementary Schools
Monday - Popcorn chicken or Manager’s Choice, Seasoned corn,
Oven Baked fries, Cinnamon Apple slices. Tuesday - Chicken patty/
bun, Green beans, Pretzels, Chilled peaches. Wednesday - Rib-
A-Q sandwich or BLT sandwich, Celery sticks/dip, Baked Doritos.
Thursday - Grilled hot dog, Oven baked fries, Seasoned vegetable,
Raisins. Friday - Turkey sandwich, Carrot sticks/dip, Baked Doritos.
*All lunches served with assorted milk and fresh fruit (fresh apple on
Friday)
Woodbury School
Monday - Main: Chicken tenders, Oven baked potato wedges,
Green beans, Chilled apricots, Fresh fruit, Milk. Deli: Bacon
burger. Pasta: Meatballs. Tuesday - Main: Chicken patty sandwich,
Potato puffs, Corn niblets, Chilled peaches, Fresh fruit, Milk. Deli:
Cheeseburger. Pasta: Cook’s Choice. Wednesday - Main: Rib-A-
Q/bun, Celery sticks/dip, Doritos, Chilled pears, Fresh fruit, Milk.
Thursday - Main: Chicken tender sub, Potato Puffs, Corn niblets,
Chilled pineapple, Fresh fruit, Milk. Deli: Closed. Pasta: Closed.
Friday - Main: chicken patty sandwich, Baked chips, Carrots,
Raisins, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Deli: Closed. Pasta: Closed.
Salem High School
Monday - Chicken fritters/dipping sauce, Rice pilaf, Seasoned hot
vegetables, Chilled pears. Tuesday - Chicken parmesan/bulky roll,
Assorted baked chips, Tossed salad/dressing, Chilled peaches, Fresh
fruit. Wednesday - Buffalo chicken tender sub, Pretzels, Veggies/dip,
Chilled apricots, Fresh fruit. Thursday & Friday - Breakfast: Open.
Lunch: A light lunch will be available until 11:30 a.m.
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Stanley E. Koza, 97, of Salem, died May 28, 2010, at the
Pleasant Valley Nursing Center in Derry.
He resided in Salem with his wife Lorraine (Lemieux) Koza,
with whom he shared 62 years of marriage.
He served as a Staff Sergeant in the Army during World War
II and was awarded the Purple Heart.
In addition to his wife he is survived by two children, three
grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
At the request of the family, services were private and under
the care of Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main
Street, Salem.
To send a message of condolence to the family, please view
the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com.
James V. Nicosia, 83, of Salem, died June
6, 2010, at the Salemhaven Nursing Home
in Salem.
He was born and educated in Lynn, MA.
He was a resident of Salem for the past 41
years.
Mr. Nicosia was a retired manager for
Lucent Technologies in North Andover, MA.
He was also an electrician and owned his
own business. Jim was an Army veteran,
serving during World War II, and was a
member of the American Legion Post in Salem. Jim loved to
sing and was a member of the Salem Senior Singers, and the
Sunshine Spreaders of the VFW. He was a former member
of St. Joseph Church in Salem where he was a member of
the choir. Jim loved to help people and fx things for them.
He was also an avid bridge player and was a life master in
contract bridge.
He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Annamarie (Pitzi)
Nicosia of Salem; a son, Joseph and his wife Margaret Nicosia
of Westford, MA; two daughters, Maryanne Nicosia and her
husband William Tarmey of San Diego, CA, and Andrea and
her husband Alan Zalewski of Pelham; brother-in-law, Vincent
and his wife Patricia Pitzi of Enfeld, CT; grandchildren,
Jennifer and Jill Zalewski, and Kathryn Nicosia; and several
nieces and nephews.
A funeral Mass was celebrated June 10 at St. Joseph Church,
Salem.
Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s
Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105, or to
Salemhaven Nursing Home Activities Fund, 23 Geremonty
Drive, Salem, NH 03079.
Douglas and Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main St.,
Salem, had care of the arrangements. To send a message
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Jean E. (Kimball) Minnon, 79, of
Derry, died June 4, 2010, at Parkland
Medical Center in Derry.
Jean was born and educated in
Milton. She was a resident of Derry
for the past fve years, and formerly of
Salem.
Jean was a retired store clerk for
McGowan Educator Cracker Co. She
enjoyed spending time at the lake and
loved spending time with her family.
Jean was eagerly anticipating the birth of her frst great-
grandchild in October.
She was predeceased by her husband, Joseph Minnon; her
daughter, Deborah Clark; and her three sons, Joseph, James,
and Douglas Minnon.
She is survived by her devoted son, Gregory Minnon of
Salem; grandson, David Minnon and his wife Alexis of Salem;
granddaughter, Shaina Clark; brother, Thurston Kimball of
Arizona; brother-in-Law, George Minnon and his wife Maddie
of Laconia; and long-time devoted friend, Terry (Longo)
Gaffney.
Funeral services were held June 9 at Douglas and Johnson
Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Salem. Burial followed in Pine
Grove Cemetery, Salem.
Memorial donations may be made to the Pleasant Valley
Nursing Center Activities Fund, 8 Peabody Road, Derry, NH
03038.
To send a message of condolence to the family, please view
the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com.
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The previous article covered some of the basic terms of a Will; this
article will complete the discussion of basic Will terms. (NH).
Guardian for Minor Children: If you have children under the age of
18, you can appoint a guardian in your will to care for them if you die
before they reach legal age. This is called a "guardianship of the
person" who would be responsible for the personal welfare of a minor
child, in contrast with a "financial" guardian. The guardianship
appointment is only a suggestion to the Court as to who you would
want to act as guardian; the Court will give strong preference to the
deceased parent's wishes, but the Judge has the final decision for the
appointment.
Trust for Minor Children: You can include a Trust for Minor Children
provision in your Will; this Trust provision allows you to specify the
age upon which any minor children can access the property that they
inherit, so that they will not be able to "spend" their money foolishly
when they are not mature enough to handle it. When you include this
type of Trust provision in the will, you will also appoint a Trustee to
handle the inheritance (sort of a "financial guardian" for the children's
money). It is often better to include this provision in a separate Trust,
which is funded through the Will; howevr, it is perfectly acceptable to
create a Minor's Trust in your Will.
Simultaneous Death Provisions: Although it is very unlikely, family
members can die in a "common" accident or disaster. In those
situations, there may be no way to prove who died first; this is a
significant problem, since a beneficiary must "survive" the Testator
(person making the Will) in order to inherit. In 1999, New Hampshire
law was changed to provide specific ways for deciding who is deemed
to survive in a "common" accident or disaster, and therefore who will
inherit. If this sounds unfair, it isn't; under New Hampshire law, in
order to inherit under a Will,a beneficiary must survive a testator by at
least 120 hours. Also, if property is held jointly with rights of survivor-
ship (JTROS), and there is no proof as to who died first, the property
passes in equal shares to the co-owners' respective estates. This
actually results in 2 estates; however, for spouses who are joint
property owners and whose children are all from that marriage, we
normally include a Will provision that creates a presumption that one
or the other legally "survives", so that the property passes only through
1 estate.
Intentional Omissions: This clause allows you specify any persons
you want to exclude from claiming a share in your will. There is no
need to name potential beneficiaries unless they are part of your
bloodline; as discussed in a previous article, although you can
disinerit your children, you can omit your spouse from your will, but
he/she will still be entitled to a "legal share" of your estate. The
Intentional Omissions clause is often used to omit family members
who are receiving (or are likely to receive) public benefits such as
state welfare or Medicaid, and who would be disqualified by receiving
an inheritance.
Executor's Powers: This section explains in detail the Executor's
powers. Although an Executor's powers, by law, are very broad, it is
wise to provide the Court with specific powers that the Executor can
have, such as the power to sell real estate without the prior approval
of the Court. New Hampshire has adopted the Uniform Trustees'
Powers Act, which lists standard powers conferred on a Trustee; my
will form incorporates those Powers.
Definitions: The final provisions of my Will form include definitions
of legal terms used in the Will. Even though legal terms are defined by
"law", it is helpful to the Court to know, for example whether or not
the Testator intended for a beneficiary to receive real estate subject to
a mortgage, versus free and clear.

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Obituaries
Irene D. (Vallancourt) Houle
Stanley, 83, of Windham, died June
8, 2010, at her home.
She was born in Lawrence,
MA, where she grew up and was
educated and graduated from
Sacred Heart High School. She
was a long-time Salem resident; she
moved to Windham after raising her
family in Salem.
Irene retired from Western
Electric in North Andover, MA. She was a member of the
Derry-Salem Elks Emblem Club. She enjoyed crocheting and
doing craft fairs. Most of all she enjoyed spending time with
her family.
She was predeceased by her brother and sister, Roger
Vallancourt and Doris Dube.
She is survived by fve daughters, Claire and her husband
Gilbert Armstrong of Derry, Delores “Dolly” and her husband
Robert Dennis of Salem, Janet and her husband Charles
Curtis of Haverhill, MA, Linda A. and her husband Daniel
Bresnahan of Windham, and Mary Lou and her husband
Robert Anderson of Windham; four sons, James L. and his
wife Diane Houle of Derry, Thomas and his wife Elizabeth
Houle of Salem, Gerard Houle of Franklin, Richard and his
wife Sandra Houle of Salem; brother, Gerard Vallancourt of
Methuen, MA; former husband, Roland Houle of Windham;
19 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, one great-great-
grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be private for the family; burial will be
in Pine Grove Cemetery, Salem.
The Douglas and Johnson Funeral Home in Salem had care
of arrangements. To send a message of condolence to the
family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.
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NH Insurance Providers Promote Health and Wellness
submitted by Kelly Bryant
Healthcare Reform. The buzz phrase
of the day, month, year—most likely for
a long time to come! This article is not
about that reform; rather, what is available
today to help you ‘reform’ and improve
you and your family’s health and wellness.
The following information is direct from
the three major insurance providers and
available for every current subscriber and
family member. Listed alphabetically, all
three offer excellent programs that provide
the opportunity today to improve your
health. An added beneft? All three offer
rewards—and cash!
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Their
online health and wellness program
‘Healthy Lifestyles’ encourages members
to adopt a healthy lifestyle and behavior
changes. Healthy Lifestyles gives members
the support they need to focus on key
areas such as:
• Weight management
• Diet and nutrition
• Physical activity
• Tobacco cessation
• Stress management
Healthy Lifestyles has the online tools,
resources, and support to help members
set personal goals and keep track of their
progress. Anthem rewards hard work with
great gear such as gym bags, headphones,
T-shirts, and more.
360° Health®. A suite of preventive
programs, wellness information, case
management, and care coordination
services, all seamlessly integrated to help
you achieve and maintain your optimal
health. By providing a total health
solution, members have a powerful
combination of targeted programs,
services, and one-on-one
professional support to help them
adopt healthier behaviors that last.
Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
starts with a philosophy: “We
believe that wellness is a practice.
It’s not something you are, it’s
something you do. Every time
you make even a small choice
that helps you move toward
better health, you are practicing
wellness.”
‘Which one fts you best’
sections offer specialized programs
for: Young adults, Parenting, Work
and Life, Balance, Prepare for
Tomorrow, Mature and Active, and
Older and Wiser.
Health and Nutrition Solution:
Diet.com is the next generation of
the online weight loss community,
providing health-conscious
consumers with diet and ftness
solutions.
• Online videos: Mix
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information
• Podcast: Practical tips and advice on
diet-, ftness-, and health-related topics
• Support and inspiration: Weight loss
challenges, user blogs, and message
boards
• Personalized approach
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recipes, tips, and newsletters
• Find activities, hobbies, or recreation
that you enjoy
• Record your exercise online and select a
prize
• You will receive your prize within 4-6
weeks of submitting your activity card
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Your health plan with WellStyle Extras
from MVP Health Care includes up to
$300 in WellStyle Rewards (per contract,
per calendar year) for completing
online health improvement activities
and/or participating in personal lifestyle
coaching by phone. Members age 18
and older are eligible to participate.
Personal Lifestyle Coaching
When you’re ready to reach your
health improvement goals, call your
coach! With ‘WellStyle’ Extras, you can
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one lifestyle coaching by phone on a
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Coaching programs include:
• Fitness, Nutrition, and Weight
Management
• Tobacco Cessation
• Stress Management
• Healthy Living (high blood pressure,
high cholesterol, pre-diabetes, or
metabolic syndrome)
Working with a lifestyle coach is very
rewarding!
• Earn 50 WellStyle® Rewards points for
each session with your coach
• Choose a great gift from your coach after
completing three sessions: a specially
designed wellness kit (yoga, Pilates,
healthy living, stress management, Tai
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exercise); a six-week supply of nicotine
replacement therapy; or a wireless
activity monitor that automatically
uploads your workout information to the
Web!
Zip Trip Team from FOX News Visits Salem
submitted by Sonny Tylus
Recently, FOX News visited Salem as part of their Zip Trip, which picks a different city or town to visit
on Friday mornings. The crew spent three hours at the town common and spotlighted many businesses,
groups, and organizations, such as Canobie Lake Park with Chris Nicoli, Daddy’s Junky Music Stores, the
Woodbury Middle School Chorus, and many more.
They also featured several local restaurants, including the Green Barn, Maddie’s, and the Colosseum
Restaurant. Annibale Todesca even showed the audiences his Gold Plate that he won in 2000 as the best
Italian Restaurant in the world.
Frank also talked to the owner of Chatila’s Bakery about his sugar- and gluten-free bakery items. The
Pie Guy’s pies were a big hit with Kim Carrigan. Her favorite was the Banana Cream. Dunkin’ Donuts
was passing out coffee all morning, and was a big hit with the fremen.
Dick O’Shaughnessy and his gang of locals played the trivia game with VB, in which he was asked 10
questions regarding Salem’s history. He did pretty well until he had to sing.
One segment had Frank Mallicoat, a FOX anchor and Salem resident, doing a tour of Arlington Pond,
where he lives. He was joined by long-time residents Howie Glynn, Sr., Ron “Oldie” Olderman, and
Howie Glynn, Jr. He talked about how the pond has changed over the years with the buildup of homes.
The tour didn’t end well for Frank, as he fell of the boat and ended up taking a swim.
Another segment featured Jim Desardins of Daisy Cleaners. He talked about how he cleans the fags
for the coffns of veterans for their funerals, as well all the bunting hanging in the common for free.
Representing the Colosseum Restaurant were Marco Purcello; Mike, Annibale, and Nick Todesca; and Salvatore Fina
Psychic Fair Brings Something Different
by Robyn Hatch
The American Legion Ernest W. Young Post
63, 38 Millville Street, Salem, held their frst
Psychic Fair to raise money. With psychic
readings, angel card readings, Reiki healing
sessions, Aura Chakra photo imaging, gong
table readings, and soy candles and jewelry
for sale, the crowds kept coming to experience
something truly different.
Homemade cookies and drinks were also
available, and a fea market took place outside
next to the building for those who liked to
rummage through stuff at reasonable prices.
Stephanie Micklon and her friend, Ruby,
being read by Karin O’Neill
Joan Nolon greets guests
Joan Nolan on the “gong” table
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Attorney at Law
Ruth-Ellen Post
52 Stiles Road, Suite 200A
Salem, NH 03079
Phone: (603) 212-9004 Fax: (603) 898-6478
Email: postlawoffice@comcast.net
www.postlawoffice.com
Meeting the needs of local businesses Meeting the needs of local businesses
Windham Pilates and Fitness
Management Resources, Inc.
For Susan McInnis, ftness is a bit more than just another part of
her everyday life—it’s her job.
McInnis is the owner of Windham Pilates and brings over 20
years of education and experience to her studio. The studio
offers private, semi-private, and group training on the STOTT
Pilates Reformer, as well as Mat Pilates, yoga, Zumba, Beach
Body Bootcamp, Salsa lessons, and weight training. In addition,
Windham Pilates offers eXerBlast programs and birthday parties for
children ages 4 through teens. Windham Pilates offers the LEAN
weight management program, as well as nutritional counseling
with staff dietitian Noreen Gallo, R.D. Stop by today and try our
classes for a free week trial. For more information, please visit
www.windhampilates.com.
In addition to owning Windham Pilates, McInnis and her
husband, Kyle, have operated Fitness Management Resources
since 1998. FMR is a company that provides design, layout, and
management of worksite ftness centers. Services include personal
training and group exercise classes, as well as health screenings
and wellness seminars. For more information on bringing
corporate ftness programs to your worksite, contact us at www.
ftnessmanagementresources.com.
Sandra Dennehy, MAG Mortgage
Sandra started her vibrant
career in the mortgage
business in 1984 providing
residential mortgages to New
Hampshire and Massachusetts
residents. Over the years, she
has built solid relationships
with her borrowers. She has a
strong knowledge of fnancing
programs, including FHA/VA,
construction loans, and conventional fnancing.
While the business has changed in so many areas,
the lending practices are still the same for her.
She always puts the customer’s needs and wants
frst. She helps them achieve the goal of owning
a home. This dedication has resulted in life-long
relationships, consistent referrals, and has helped
her to become one of the top loan offcers in New
England. Her attention to detail and desire to help
her customers is a genuine asset and beneft to any
borrower.
Sandra is involved in community service
throughout New Hampshire. She has been involved
in Relay for Life for over fve years. Recently, the
Salem Lions Club has appointed her Secretary of
the Club, and she is a chairperson for the Taste of
Salem for the Chamber of Commerce. Community
involvement has always been a part of her life.
Sandra lives in Salem with her husband, Tom, and
their two boys, Robert and Michael. Robert plays
junior hockey and she enjoys spending the time
with him at the rinks, and Michael is a competitive
team dancer at a local studio in CNDC of Salem
and when she’s not at a rink, she’s at the studio.
Her family and friends are one of the greatest joys
in her life.
Sarah Rastello
So many women balance
career, community and family,
while holding on to the
importance of friendships and
fun. Few can achieve this as
smoothly as Sarah Rastello,
Vice President, Retail Banking
at Salem Co-operative Bank.
Sarah spends her workday
overseeing two branch offces
and 25 staff in addition to her various other duties.
Because of her strong desire to give back and an
innate dedication to her community, Sarah is also
a very active volunteer; a practice that is strongly
infuenced and encouraged by the bank.
In addition to her duties at the bank, Sarah is
frequently lending a hand to the American Cancer
Society Relay for Life, Salem. With a family touched
by cancer, Sarah has a personal affliation with this
event, where she was the Relay for Life Captain
for Salem Co-operative Bank’s team, raising over
$8,000, and the heart of the ACS Relay corporate
sponsorship campaign, bringing in more than
$14k. Sarah also serves on the Board of Directors
for the Department of Family and Child Services of
Haverhill, MA, and works with the Greater Haverhill
Children’s Fund developing resources to raise the
quality of life for children in need.
Also of note is the work that Sarah has done
with the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce,
developing and implementing Salem Co-operative
Bank’s signature event—the Hidden Jewel Awards.
This specialized awards program was developed
to recognize those women who have made an
extraordinary impact on their own communities.
Most importantly, Sarah is a dedicated wife
and mother of two. She resides with her family in
Methuen, MA.
Post Law Offce Celebrates Three Decades
of Advising Women-Owned Businesses
According to a May 17
Wall Street Journal report,
“… women consistently
have been launching new
enterprises at twice the rate
of men, and their growth
rates of employment and
revenue have outpaced the
economy.” Attorney Ruth-
Ellen Post can vouch for that
on a very personal level.
Having advised women entrepreneurs since the
late 1970s (and an independent business woman
herself), she believes it is a privilege to play an
important supporting role in this historic trend.
Attorney Post’s Salem law practice focuses
almost entirely on business law, including a wide
range of diverse transactions, business planning
and formation, contracts law, employment
agreements, franchises, negotiations, commercial
leases, hiring and fring, dispute resolution,
arbitration, buying and selling a business,
corporate law, LLC law, dissolution, partnerships,
municipal permitting, and more. Business clients
are also assisted with their estate planning needs.
Conveniently located on Stiles Road near Exit
2 of Route 93, Ruth-Ellen Post’s professional
mission is to support the entrepreneurial spirit
with experienced legal advice at reasonable rates.
For more information, check the Post Law Offce
Website at www.postlawoffce.com.
Ruth-Ellen Post
Sarah Rastello
Sandra Dennehy
Toe, Tap N’ Tights
Chris Bencivenga, owner of Toe, Tap N’ Tights
in Salem, has been a successful businesswoman
for the past 15 years. Chris began her business
in 1995 because her daughter, Corey, had been
dancing for years, and she felt that dancewear was
overpriced and she could provide dance attire at
a more reasonable price. She was determined to
start a business from the ground up that would
provide the community with reasonably priced
merchandise, as well as extraordinary customer
service.
Determined to reach her goal, Chris delivered
a business with a wide selection and the lowest
prices around, which stands to be commended.
Through time, effort, networking, marketing,
and support from family, Toe, Tap N’ Tights has
fourished into a thriving company. Chris has
become an inspiration to those with aspirations of
one day opening up a business of their own.
Currently located at 5 Kelly Road in Salem, Toe,
Tap N’ Tights offers a full line of Ballet, Tap, Jazz,
Pointe, Hip Hop, and Ballroom shoes, along with
tights, leotards, and a full array of other dance
clothing and accessories. They carry such brands
as Capezio, Bloch, Bodywrappers, Motionwear,
and many more. In addition to dancewear, they
also carry supplies for Gymnastics, Cheerleading,
and Ice Skating, all of which can be accessed via
their Website at toetapntights.com.
Pamela Riesenberg, Reliant Mortgage Company
What makes Pamela Riesenberg different from
other lenders?
When Pamela Riesenberg took on the role of
building and managing the new branch of Reliant
Mortgage Company, she was glad to be back in the
community where she frst started in this industry.
Pamela began working in fnance 20 years ago
and then felt there was something missing, so 10
years ago, she moved into the mortgage business.
Struggling with corporate mentality and determined
to make a difference, she wanted to change the
way consumers were educated and guided through
the home-buying and refnancing process, so she
moved to a company that would allow her to make
her own decisions.
Making the decision to join a large direct lender;
with over 23 years experience, Reliant Mortgage
was the company for her. They close loans in their
own name and have underwriting and processing
in-house, which makes costs less and rates very
competitive. Pamela has many specialty certifcates
besides her license in both New Hampshire and
Massachusetts, which allows her to help customers
in their current and future fnancial endeavors. Her
get-it-done attitude and pro-activeness is hard to
miss.
Becoming an Affliate Member of the Granite
State South Board of Realtors in 2008 changed how
Pamela saw her role in the community. She became
a board member of many non-proft organizations,
such as the “Dream Factory,” helping to raise money
throughout the year for children. Fundraising
has become second nature to her, and seeing the
support of the community makes it all worthwhile.
Pamela Riesenberg, CMPS
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Conventional and FHA/VA underwriting in house.
Homepath and USDA Approved Lender
Licensed Mortgage Banker NMLS #166812
office: 603.893.4100
39 Main Street Suite 101 • Salem, NH, 03079
Licensed by the New Hampshire Banking Department
HUD Approved FHA Loan Correspondent
Sandra Dennehy,
Loan Consultant
NMLS #41068
sandra.dennehy@maghomeloan.com
www.maghomeloan.com
254 North Broadway
Suite 202
Salem, NH 03079
Phone (603) 893-8304
We arrange, but do not make loans
Toll Free (866) 681-1670
Fax (603) 893-8307
COMPANY NMLS # 1961
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NH - 14213-MBR, ME - CSO11046
Licensed by the New Hampshire Banking Department
HUD Approved FHA Loan Correspondent
Sandra Dennehy,
Loan Consultant
NMLS #41068
sandra.dennehy@maghomeloan.com
www.maghomeloan.com
254 North Broadway
Suite 202
Salem, NH 03079
Phone (603) 893-8304
We arrange, but do not make loans
Toll Free (866) 681-1670
Fax (603) 893-8307
COMPANY NMLS # 1961
MA - MB4561, FL - MBB 0703523
NH - 14213-MBR, ME - CSO11046
12:30 p.m., Around Town: Whittier Birthplace
1:00 p.m., An SCTV Flashback; July 4,2002 Salem
Coverage - condensed version
1:50 p.m., Greystone Farm’s ‘A Tisket A Tasket’
Silent Auction
2:00 p.m., Around Town: a) The Whittier Trail, b)
Anti-Slavery, The Civil War and Whittier
2:30 p.m., Littleville Center Hop-A-Thom for the
beneft of Salem Relay For Life
2:45 p.m., Upcoming Salem Relay for Life Promo
2:58 p.m., “Old Time Rules Will Prevail: The
Fiddle Contest in New Hampshire and New
England” at the Kelley Library
4:00 p.m., Kiwanis Scholarship Dinner
4:50 p.m., Greystone Farm’s ‘A Tisket A Tasket’
Silent Auction
4:56 p.m., Meet the Author with Joan Fardella:
Today’s author is Michael Sullivan
5:30 p.m., Business Connections with Larry
Seaman: Today we put the
spotlight on ‘Electric Bikes’ and
Comfort Kitchens
6:10 p.m., Littleville Center Hop-
A-Thom for the beneft of Salem
Relay For Life
6:20 p.m., Upcoming Salem Relay
for Life Promo
6:30 p.m., Business Connections
with Larry Seaman: Today we
visit Vanguard Dental Group and
talk about dentistry’s new tools
and techniques
7:05 p.m., Salem Memorial Day
Ceremony Highlights
7:22 p.m., Greystone Farm’s ‘A
Tisket A Tasket’ Silent Auction
7:29 p.m., Positive Place June/July
- Greater Salem Boys & Girls Club
Hosted by Peter Rayno
8:00 p.m., Greater Salem
Chamber of Commerce Today
June/July Hosted by Peter Rayno
8:30 p.m., An SCTV-17 Flashback:
Salem’s 250th Yea Celebration at
The Field of Dreams Park (May 11, 2000)
9:30 p.m., An SCTV17 Flashback: Russell and
Roberta Ingram Senior Center Grand Opening
(August 3, 2002)
10:35 p.m., Upcoming Salem Relay for Life
Promo
10:45 p.m., Littleville Center Hop-A-Thom for the
beneft of Salem Relay For Life
10:59 p.m., Salem Today with Susan McLoughlin:
Red Sox Day and Art Show
11:30 p.m., Around Town with Larry Seaman:
Part 1 is a talk with the Kingston Trio; Part 2 is with
Sebastian Faro and Simon Zaslovsky
Sunday, June 13
12:05 a.m., Taste of Greater Salem
12:30 a.m., Salem Memorial Day Ceremony
Highlights
12:50 a.m., Wayback Machine at Field of Dreams
2009
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FOR SALE
4 Full-Size COMFORTERS
with bed-skirts and matching
shams, $15.00 each. Used
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Nintendo system with zapper
and 20 assorted games for
$100.00. Call 603-889-4854
for details. 6/4-6/11/10
BEDROOM- 7 pc. Solid
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603-401-3352. 6/4-6/11/10 AR
BED: Queen, 9” thick
Orthopedic pillow-top set.
New in plastic. Cost: $1100,
Sell: $295, King: $395, Full:
$275. Can deliver.
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CABINETS: Glazed Maple,
never installed. Can add or
subtract to ft your kitchen.
Cost: $8,000, Sacrifce:
$1650. 603-401-3352
6/4-6/11/10 AR
HOT TUB/SPA: Brand
new model, 5 person, lights,
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Cost: $5950; sell: $2950.
603-401-3352 6/4-6/11/10 AR
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TOWN OF SALEM
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED WEEK OF 5/31/10
Salem Manufactured Homes LLC, 52 Kachadorian Trailer Park, 6-3-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $0
Steven P. Levesque, 190 Shore Drive, 6-3-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $50,000
Michael P. & Jean A. McCarthy, 9 Bounty Court, 6-3-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $5,000
Sergio M. & Silvana Cozzone, 36 Old Coach Road, 6-4-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $32,000
Ice Cream Barn- Solloway Properties LLC, 5 Kelly Road, 6-2-10, BL-Commercial, $6,000
James & Christine Southwick, Jr., 73 Wheeler Avenue, 6-2-10, BL-Deck, $1,000
Rodolfo B. Cayabyab, 8 Enterprise Drive, 6-3-10, BL-Deck, $0
Rodney S. & Cheryl A. Lambert, 3 Haverhill road, 6-4-10, BL-Deck, $700
Market Basket, 235 S. Broadway Street, 6-3-10, BL-Commercial-Foundation, $2,700,000
Salem Manufactured Homes, 42 Mobile Courts, Inc, 6-3-10, BL-Res-Manufactured Home, $20,000
Salem Manufactured Homes, 36 Mobile Courts, Inc, 6-3-10, BL-Res-Manufactured Home, $20,000
Crown Atlantic Company, LLC, 7 Raymond Avenue, 6-1-10, BL-Miscellaneous, $10,000
June Bennet Smith-Estate of Samuel F. Smith, 102 Zion Hill Road, 6-4-10, BL-Miscellaneous, $2,800
Leonardo M. & Ramoria Garcia, 316 Main Street, 6-4-10, BL-Miscellaneous, $2,800
Matthew J. Haven & Shiloh M. Hayward, 4 Linda Street, 6-4-10, BL-Pool, $2,000
Sovereign Bank-Daniel E. Rothenberg, 6-4-10, BL-Pool, $32,000
Burger King-CMAB Associates, LLC, 181 S. Broadway Street, 6-3-10, BL-Commercial-Repair,
$25,900
Charles I. Hanna, 134 Hooker Farm Road, 6-4-10, BL-Renew Permit, $0
Bruce R. & Janet R. Codagnone, 11 Glen Road, 6-1-10, BL-Shed, $0
Sean M. & Kelly A. Conway, 12 Budron Avenue, 6-2-10, BL-Shed, $3,800
Town of Salem
Purchasing Department – Sealed Bids
The Town of Salem, NH will be receiving competitive sealed bids at the offce of the Purchasing Agent,
33 Geremonty Drive Salem, NH according to the schedule listed;
Sealed Bid 286 Infrared Asphalt June 22nd 2010 @11:00am
Sealed Bid 285 Bituminous Concrete June 22nd 2010 @10:00am
Sealed Bid 284 Water Treatment Plant- June 21st 2010 @11:00am
Chemicals Package
Sealed Bid 283 Liquid Carbon Dioxide June 17th 2010 @2:00pm
Sealed-Bid 282 Calcium Chloride June 18th 2010 @11:00am
Sealed-Bid 281 Stand by Power Generator June 30th 2010 @11:00am
For Police Department
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IS STILL WHERE YOU WANT TO BUY YOUR NEXT CAR
Why Not?
by Chris White
For the ffth time in a span of eight seasons,
the Salem Blue Devils are headed to the New
Hampshire
Class L baseball
fnals. They
will meet
Londonderry
in the
championship
game this
Saturday,
June 12, at
Merchantsauto.
com Stadium
in Manchester.
The game will
be played under
the lights as it is
set to start at 7
p.m.
The fourth-
seeded Blue
Devils earned
their spot across
from the Lancers with a 2-1 win over top-seeded
Nashua North in the semifnals at historic Holman
Stadium on Tuesday night. North took an early
lead by plating a run in the frst, but Salem
responded in the third when a sac fy by Matt
Loguidice allowed Shaun Yelle to score from third
base.
The score would remain tied 1-1 until the top
of the seventh, when Yelle singled to centerfeld to
bring home Brendan Dunn from second, making
it 2-1. Dunn was pinch-running for Sam Fazioli,
who drew a walk to get on base. After taking
Fazioli’s place, Dunn stole second base to move
himself into scoring position for Yelle.
The one-run lead was a large-enough cushion
for pitcher Nick Poore to take care of the rest
in the bottom of the seventh. Poore delivered a
brilliant performance, striking out nine batters
and surrendering only one run on three hits in a
complete game victory.
Of course, making the semifnals alone may not
have been possible if it wasn’t for the Blue Devils’
resilience, along with some late-inning heroics
in the quarterfnals at Salem High the previous
Saturday. Salem held the lead for most of the
game, but Timberlane tied it up in the sixth and
then took a 5-3 run advantage by plating two runs
in the top of the seventh.
A number of Timberlane felding mistakes in the
bottom of the seventh kept Salem alive, though.
The Devils scored two runs (Yelle and Dunn) to
tie it back up when Jordan Estevez (two for four,
two runs scored, one
RBI) reached second
base on a felder’s
choice followed by
a throwing error.
Then, Josh Treff
(two for four, two
runs scored, two
RBI) stepped to the
plate and delivered
a two-run blast over
the right-center feld
fence to end the
game, 7-5.
“That was
probably the last
thing going through
my mind,” Treff
said of his game-
winning homer that
just made it over the
reach of Timberlane’s
centerfelder as well. “I was just looking for a
base hit. He [Timberlane’s pitcher] just left a pitch
up. I didn’t think it was going to get out. It just
kept carrying, though.”
Salem also received vital offensive contributions
from Joe Morin (two for three, one run scored,
two RBI) and Darren Brown (one for three, one
RBI). Meanwhile, pitcher Rob Liberatore entered
the game in the sixth inning and pitched the fnal
two frames to pick up the win. Salem’s starting
pitcher Dan Peters threw fve strong innings before
that, giving up three runs on six hits and striking
out two.
The Blue Devils have come from behind to
win in all of their games so far this post-season,
including a 2-1 victory over Exeter at home in
the opening round on Thursday, June 3. Their
characteristic of stubbornly refusing to lose did
not come about by accident, though. The trait has
developed through their team camaraderie, which
has propelled them to the opportunity of bringing
a Class L baseball title to Salem for the frst time
since 2003.
“We’ve played together our whole lives, pretty
much,” Treff said. “I think we want it more
than ever this year because it’s the seniors’ last
chance.”
Blue Devils Punch Ticket to Class L Finals
by Chris White
Second-ranked Salem began its playoff run
with a commanding 14-0 win over 15th-seeded
Timberlane in the opening round of the Class
L softball tournament on Wednesday, June 2.
Playing at home, Salem’s offense let loose for
seven runs in the frst inning and dominated the
rest of the contest, as starting pitcher Nora Galvin
tossed a fve-inning complete game no-hitter in
a match that was shortened by the 10-run mercy
rule.
Galvin was perfect through four innings, but
surrendered a walk at the start of the ffth to
break up the perfect game. More impressively,
she struck out eight of the frst nine batters she
faced on her way to a total of 12 strikeouts.
Timberlane’s batting line-up, on the other hand,
managed to put the ball in play on only three
occasions.
In the frst inning, Nicole Gubellini (one for
three, two RBI) got the offense going with a single
up the middle that brought home Sarah Frahm
(one for two, three RBI) and Steph Long (one for
three, one RBI). Salem then loaded the bases with
two outs for Steph Cabral, who drew a walk to
force home Gubellini from third base. The bases
remained loaded for Sara Bracken, but she walked
as well, giving way for Amanda Baron to score.
In the same inning, Frahm returned to the plate
and drove a ball back to the Timberlane pitcher.
The pitcher misplayed it, though, allowing
Amanda Vaudreuil and Cabral to score. Salem’s
next hitter, Long, hit a ball to shortstop, which was
also misplayed, and Bracken came in to score.
Salem plated fve more runs in the second
inning and two more in the fourth to round out
the scoring.
The second
inning
offense was
highlighted
by a two-run
inside-the-
park home
run by Jade
Morrison
that brought
home Julia
Gray, who
had reached
base on a triple to left feld. In addition to that,
Frahm hit a two-run double with the bases loaded,
scoring Vaudreuil and Cabral.
The Blue Devils moved on to host seventh-
seeded Dover in the quarterfnal round the
following Saturday, and won by the score of 2-0.
Galvin pitched a shutout for the second straight
game, silencing Dover’s bats with 15 strikeouts
while giving up only three hits.
Salem grabbed an early 1-0 lead, thanks to
an RBI-single by Long (two for three, one RBI)
that brought home Frahm. The score remained
that way until the ffth when Gubellini singled to
score Bracken, who reached earlier on a walk.
Morrison also continued to swing a hot bat with a
multi-hit game, going two for three at the plate.
With the win, Salem earned the right to face
the streaking 14th-seeded Pinkerton Astros in the
semifnals at Concord Memorial Field this past
Wednesday.
Softball Takes Playoff Victories over
Timberlane, Dover
After charging the ball, second baseman Matt Gioia fips it to Sam Fazioli
to get the out at frst
Shortstop Steph Cabral makes the throw to frst
to get the Dover runner
Sarah Frahm drives the ball down the left feld line for an RBI-double in the
opening round against Timberlane
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