TRUNK or TREAT
Epsom Bible Church
When: October 31, 2016, 5 - 8 pm
Where: Epsom Bible Church, 398 Black Hall Rd, Epsom, NH 03234
Bring your kids to our church parking lot where they can get candy,
play games and have fun with their friends.
No charge for
Elks Lodge #1210
Every Wednesday for the month of October
we have FREE TRIVIA at 7 pm. Smart phone required. Don’t have one?
No worries our host has extras. Prizes sponsored by Amoskeag
Beverages. Must be 21+ October 28 we are hosting a “Costume”
Halloween Party. Plenty of fun to be had! Come out and dance, play
some free pool and enter to win the best costume contest! Must be
21+ Save the date! November 19 FREE Hoop Shoot, free throw for ages
8-13 (as of 4/1/17) at Epsom Central School 8:30am.
Cooler weather is here which brings up thoughts of soup for a meal
on a chilly night. The Epsom Public Library will host Liz
Barbour of Creative Feast who will present “Feasting on Soups:
How to Make One Soup Recipe into Two” on Tuesday, October 25 at 7:00
PM. Liz calls this a “progressive” soup and she is eager to
walk you through the steps to make your own soups at home.
Sign-ups are required for this program and must be made by October
21 for adult Epsom Library patrons. For other attendees there
will be a fee of $3.50. Please call the library at 736-9920
for more information.
Well, good morning everyone. Busy week in the Pantry. Ken and
Armand have had pick ups at USDA and Manchester. Then they
have to come back and unload and put it away. June is always there
to give them a helping hand. It is a busy place.
Now onto the Thanksgiving Baskets. You
folks who want a turkey and all the fixings MUST sign up now. The
final date is not that far away that we have to submit our final
figures. Don’t miss out.
We had a lovely donation from our friend Charley Yeaton. Ken told me
that we had a wonderful donation from the Portsmouth Food Pantry
with the donation brought to us by a gentleman named Steve from
Northwood. Ken did not get his last name so if you are reading
this “Mr. Steve,” please call me at 219-3025 so I can thank you
Also, somebody gave me the devil because I have not mentioned the
hours again. Wednesday 12:00 till 2:00 and Saturday 10:00 to
12:00, and of course by appointment.
Until next time,
Central NH Chapter Of Women’s Council Of Realtors Supports
The Hope For NH Recovery Center Of Concord
The Central NH Chapter of Women’s Council of REALTORS recently held
a raffle to support the HOPE for NH Recovery Center of Concord.
There for the presentation were Denise Rogers of Bank of New
Hampshire, Terry Riel of Century 21 Thompson Real Estate, Cherylann
Arvanitis of Century 21 Thompson Real Estate, and Lexi Visel, Lead
Peer Recovery Coach of The HOPE for NH Recovery Center.
The HOPE for NH Recovery Centers are safe places where recovery
development occurs and where individuals will be matched with people
offering recovery support services. Their centers are a place where
you will be heard; a venue for healthy, drug and alcohol free
socialization; and family supports for all stages of recovery.
They respect all pathways to addiction recovery and will help
individuals and their families with access to supports that work for
them. The Concord Center is located at 85 S. State St.
Check out the Center at
The Central NH Chapter of WCR is a 34-member professional RE group
affiliated with the Women’s Council of REALTORSÒ. WCR is a
nationwide community of more than 11,000 real estate professionals
who include many of the best and brightest in the business. WCR is
an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS® and is
headquartered in Chicago, IL.