The Epsom Central School PTO will host a Scholastic Book Fair from
12/9/14 to 12/13/14 during school hours from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM.
Funds raised will help purchase books for classrooms, the library,
and students. Families, faculty, and the community are invited to
attend this fun reading event that helps inspire children to become
The Book Fair will feature a special Family Event during Santaís
Workshop on Saturday, December 13 with crafts, raffles, and other
great activities for kids and families. This is from 10 to 2.
On Friday night, December 5th, from 6:00-8:00 pm, the Epsom Bible
Church youth group will be holding a kidsí Christmas Mini-Mall at
398 Black Hall Rd. in Epsom. Children ages 3-11 will be able to
shop for their parents, siblings, and other family and friends. The
children will pick out their gifts and wrap them while their parents
enjoy refreshments. All gifts are $1.00. We hope to see you there!
For more information, please call the church at 736-9354.
Epsom Food Pantry
Well, a really, really busy week for Ken, Liz and the gang at the
First let me thank you from the bottom of our hearts, the men of the
Nam Knights of America M/C enforcement Motorcycle Club for their
absolutely great array of food donated to the Pantry. The group is
led by our own Epsom lad, Mike Dempsey. Boy did he deliver us some
food. Many, many thanks to you all.
Then letís salute the boys and girls from Epsom Central for their
excellent contribution to the Pantry. Also, letís not forget the
Boy Scouts in the greater Concord area for their absolutely
wonderful contribution to our larder. Not to be forgotten, the
generous monetary donations that flow in. All this enables us to
serve our members with some delicious and healthy food. The
Thanksgiving Baskets go out this Saturday and that should be a busy
but fun day. Do not forget to see someone at the Pantry to fill out
the form for the Christmas baskets.
As I write these articles, I do worry that I might forget some
person who has given us a helping hand. Just give me a jingle if I
have, and I shall correct the oversight immediately.
Until next time,
Letter To The Editor
Americans have long since rejected the philosophy which gave birth
to our nation.
Most donít even know what that philosophy is.
Natural Law is an alien concept to most Americans.
So is the idea that every individual has the right to their life,
their liberty and to own and control their own property. . . and
that the sole, legitimate purpose of government is to protect those
Most Americans have a very different political viewpoint today.
The following is an excerpt from a statement by the National
Socialist Workerís Party [the Naziís], Germany, 1920.
ďWe ask that the government undertake the obligation above all of
providing citizens with adequate opportunities for employment and
earning a living.
The activities of the individual must not be allowed to clash with
the interests of the community, but must take place within its
confines and be for the good of all. Therefore we demand : . . .
an end to the power of the financial interests.
We demand profit sharing in big business.
We demand a broad extension of care for the aged.
We demand . . . the greatest possible consideration of small
business in the purchases of the national, state and municipal
In order to make possible to every capable and industrious [citizen]
the attainment of higher education and thus the achievement of a
post of leadership, the government must provide an all-around
enlargement of our entire system of public education . . .
The government must undertake the improvement of public health . .
[We] combat the . . . materialistic spirit within and without us,
and are convinced that a permanent recovery of our people can only
proceed from within on the foundation of The Common Good before the
Be honest, does the above statement by the National Socialist
Workerís Party represent your political viewpoint?