The Pittsfield High School Class Of 1966 50th Class Reunion
will be held in the Pittsfield Congregational Church vestry on July
23rd from 3-6 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. If you can
attend call Pete Riel at 603-269-8861.
On Wednesday evening June 29 at 7:00 PM, the Epsom Public Library
will be hosting Cashlyn Powers-Shaikh who will be talking
about dressing for success. Whether dressing for work,
or a special occasion or you don’t know what to do with a favorite
scarf, this class can help you look your best. Attendees are
invited to bring something from their own personal wardrobe such
items as favorite slacks, scarves, jewelry, hats, blouses and
jackets. Ms. Powers also suggests, in addition to a few
special items, that you bring staple items such as black, tan, white
or navy blue.
A graduate of the John Robert Powers
Modeling School and Agency, Ms. Powers is a professional model.
The University of Hartford is pleased to
announce Jacob Courser of Epsom has been named to its Dean’s List
for Spring 2016.
Well, Summer is here. Gardens have been planted. Liz and I
planted ours. A fact!
I do not have a “green thumb.” I am trying
to nurture the one earmarked for the Food Pantry. Let’s hope I do
not have to go to the grocery store.
Well, we have been busy at the Pantry. This was our month for USDA
pickup. The shelves look good. I want to thank Planet
Aid for their wonderful contribution. This would not have been
possible without the generous help of George’s Carpet in our mall
and Care Pharmacy at the Circle. Thanks one and all. And
in that same mode a special thanks to Sonya Noyes for her
contribution Remember if you have elderly neighbors make sure they
are not going without food. Let Ken or me know and we will make sure
they are attended to.
Until next time,
Town Of Epsom
The Town of Epsom sponsors American Red
Cross Swimming Lessons to all Epsom Children ages 5 and older.
Please join us weekdays at Northwood Town Beach July 11 th through
July 22nd, daily. Registration will be from 8-9:00am on July 11 th
followed by 2 hours of swim testing which will allow children to be
placed in classes according to their skill level. On succeeding days
children will be enrolled in daily ˝ hour lessons, scheduled between
9:00 and 11:00. Children should come prepared to swim. Hair pulled
back from faces, plenty of sunscreen and appropriate clothing for
There is a $5.00 Red Cross registration
fee for each child. Children will learn swimming and safety skills.
Epsom has had a successful swimming program for many years thanks to
the dedicated teachers, aides and families who know how important it
is to teach children how to swim and about water safety. We hope to
see you at the beach. If you need more information, please contact
Alison Parodi at email@example.com.
Left to Right: George Foster III, Herve Brien, Charles
Wilox. Left at firepit: Harvey Harkness and Commander Bob Blodgett,
Post #112. Members of Epsom Elks Lodge assisted with the ceremony.