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Smoke Detector Recall

Windham Fire Department - recall for Kidde Hard-Wired Smoke and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms due to alarm failure. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission the alarms could fail to alert consumers of a fire or a CO incident following a power outage.

The models involved are:

Model # i12010s . . . . . . . . . . . manufactured 12/18/13 ~ 5/13/14

Model # i12010sco . . . . . . . . . manufactured 12/30/13 ~ 5/13/14

Model # KN-COSM-IBA . . . manufactured 10/22/13 ~ 5/13/14

Anyone having one of the involved detector/s, may call the toll free number 844-553-9011 between 8am & 5pm, Monday thru Friday, or visit the Kidde website www.kidde.com for a free replacement.

For more information on this recall please visit the following link: http://www.cpsc.gov/en/recalls/2014/Kidde-Recalls-Smoke-and-Combination-SmokeCO-Alarms/



9 Volt Batteries a Fire Hazard

Deputy Chief William Martineau and the New Hampshire State Fire Marshal's Office encourage you to locate your extra batteries and learn how to store them properly.

In July, a fire broke out in a kitchen "junk" drawer which the resident stated she had just cleaned and organized. The fire produced smoke throughout the first floor of the home. In the drawer were spare keys, a cigarette lighter, paper clips, eye glass cleaner, and some batteries in a baggie along with everything else that you would find in a "junk" drawer.

The local fire department determined the cause of the fire to be from a 9 volt battery stored in the same baggie with other batteries. The 9 volt battery rubbed against another battery and ignited the fire. In the homeowner's words, "We were fortunate not have been away for the weekend!"

A 9 volt battery is a fire hazard because the positive and negative posts are on the top, right next to one another. If the ends come in contact with anything metal i.e. aluminum foil, steel wool, paper clip, other batteries, etc. this will create the object to heat up and ignite a fire.

To store, keep in original packaging or keep ends covered. For disposal, make sure that the positive and negative posts are safely wrapped in electrical tape.

Remember to check your smoke alarms each month to ensure your family has the early warning to get out safely if a fire should occur in your home.



 Windham Fire Department

'Vial of Life' Program

The vial, which looks like a pill bottle has a form to fill out with all your medical information. You place the vial in the refrigerator; place a magnet on your refrigerator and a sticker on your entranceway door. If the Fire Department makes a call to your home and you are unable to communicate or are unconscious, they know from the information in your vial, the proper medical treatment you may require.

The Windham Fire Department will have vials in their ambulances and the department plans to deliver them to the Assisted living facilities.

If residents would like a vial or know someone that would benefit from one, you can call the Fire Department and they will either deliver them or you can pick them up.

Looking for fun things to do. Checkout Shirley's friends web site.  Shirleysfriends.com

Our Town is buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its 275th Anniversary Celebration! Commemorative anniversary apparel and community spirit wear have been created in the forms of t-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats. A special store has been set up where you can purchase your Windham Wear at: https://shop.myshirtbuzz.com/windhamnh/shop/home.


Windham was settled in 1719 by Scottish immigrants seeking religious freedom. It represented a small part of a larger settlement, known by the residents as “Nutfield”, which also included the towns or Derry and Londonderry. The official Nutfield settlement’s 300th anniversary is set to be honored in 2019 with towns planning celebrations, parades and many more events to honor that historical birthday. Windham, and some of its original settlers broke away from the original colony and petitioned to charter its own community. In 1742, Gov. Benning Wentworth granted that request and Windham was incorporated. All this month, a town-wide scavenger hunt takes place with questions for the hunt available at Town Hall, Nesmith Library and online at windham.recdesk.com. Deadline for the scavenger hunt is Monday, July 31. The tentative schedule of August includes the following 275th anniversary events:

Friday, Aug. 4 – A summer Soiree kickoff gala at Searles Castle, 6 to 11 pm.

Saturday, Aug. 5 – Windham Business Day and s’mores and camp fire tunes at Windham Town Beach at 6:45 pm.

Sunday, Aug. 6 – Windham Community Band performance and art exhibit at Searles School and Chapel, 4 to 5:30 pm.

Monday, Aug. 7 – Movie and sing-a-long for all ages at Nesmith Library, 2 pm.; a family barn dance and concert featuring Amy Conley at Griffin Park, 6 to 7:30 pm.

Tuesday, Aug. 8 – Drop-in craft time at Nesmith Library with “Build Your Own Searles Castle,” 1 to 3 pm.; a car show at A.J.Letizio Sales and Marketing, 6 to 8 pm.

Wednesday, Aug. 9 – Meet and greet with Boston Bruins’ mascot Blades, with guest reader Town Administrator David Sullivan at Nesmith Library, 11 am.; performance by Nicole Knox Murphy at Griffin Park, 5:30 pm with a family movie to follow at dusk.

Thursday, Aug. 10 – Historic cemetery walk at Cemetery on the Plains, 4 to 7pm.; storyteller Simon Brooks offers tales at Nesmith Library, 6:30 pm.

Friday, Aug. 11 – Annual Senior picnic at Windham High School, 11 am to 2 pm; reading of the proclamation, opening of the 1992 time capsule and Windham 275th birthday party at Town Hall, 7 pm.

Saturday, Aug. 12 – Windham 275th Community Celebration Day at Windham High School, 11 am to 4 pm.; Windham Depot Caboose open, 11ma to 4 pm; Windham Museum open from 11am to 4pm; ham and bean dinner at Windham Presbyterian Church, time TBD.

Sunday, Aug. 13 – Non-denominational church service, time and location TBD, community picnic and closing ceremony.

For information on the town’s anniversary schedule, visit windhamnewhampshire.com.




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