The Epsom Public Library is pleased to present the Hampstead Stage
Companyís production of the Wizard of Oz on Monday, April 21 at 7
pm. This wonderful classic is great for the entire family.
Refreshments will be served. Special thanks to the Friends of the
Library for making this event possible!
On Tuesday, April 22 at 2:30 pm join the fun for the movie, Pirate
Fairy. The movie is rated G and popcorn and drinks will be provided.
Spring Clothing Swap At Epsom Bible Church
In an effort to help manage the cost of clothing for our community
families, the Epsom Bible Church will be holding a free clothing
swap on Saturday, May 10th, from 9-12 noon at 398 Black Hall Road in
You may bring donated clothing beginning at 8:30 am. All clothes
need to be clean and in good repair, and separated by size and
gender. Both adult and childrenís clothing are accepted. Clothes
will be sorted and distributed to tables by the person dropping them
off. Once clothes have been sorted and distributed, you are free to
begin gathering clothing in the sizes you need. You do not need to
make a clothing donation in order to take clothing for you and your
family. Any clothing left at the end of the swap will be delivered
to a local charity drop off site. Volunteers for the clothing swap
would be appreciated.
The grill will be on for hot dogs and we will be
serving refreshments, come on down. Call Joanne Randall at 344-8843
if you are interested in volunteering. Visit
www.ebcnh.com or call 603-736-9354 for more information.
To my constituents in Allenstown, Epsom, and Pittsfield,
This week, the House continues to hold hearings on Senate bills, and
is starting to vote them out of committee. SB220, updating the
electrical code and allowing the electrical inspectors to charge for
temporary facilities (fairs, carnivals, etc), was recommended to
pass, 14-4. I was opposed because the the code is going to mean
homeowners and commercial facilities are going to experience higher
costs for their electrical installations, and also because I still
had those rumors that the bill would cause problems - somehow! But
unless I learn something definite, Iím not going to argue against
SB405, registering radon mitigation system installers, was amended
to clarify itís only airborne radon, not water borne, and
recommended to pass, 11-7. This one I will be fighting on the floor
because itís totally unnecessary. Having the state maintain a list
of professional certifications is redundant - the companies proudly
post them! And the excuse for this bill was one constituent who had
a bad experience with their radon system - nobody else showed up,
nobody else even reported that somebody they knew had a problem with
their radon system! These things arenít rocket science, and both
radon systems weíve bought were professionally installed with no
problems. And to top it off, this was the only question of
professional licensing Iíve ever seen considered where not one radon
system installer showed up to ask for it!
The most fun was with the fourth graders getting a tour of the state
house: Pittsfield on Tuesday, Allenstown on Thursday, and Epsom
coming up on Monday. Itís always a pleasure to meet them, and the
teachers and parents who accompany them.
Interested readers can email me for my newsletter, with more details
than fit here.
Representative Carol McGuire
Epsom Food Pantry
Well another week and we have had several families visit our Pantry.
Hopefully my next news blip will be our new phone number. We will
also have internet.
On Wednesday our first USDA delivery arrived at the Pantry.
Remember our hours are 10:00 to 12:00 on Saturday and 12:00 to 2:00
on Wed. and of course by appointment still calling 219-3025 or
Until next time,
PS: You folks who raise chickens, if you have any leftover eggs, our
Pantry would be just delighted to have some.
Epsom Central School Honor And Effort Roll For Term 2
Epsom Central School would like to congratulate the following
students on their Honor and Effort Roll status for term two.
Grade 3 Effort Roll
Lauren Bennett, Daniel Carignan, Eliza Carignan, Jacob Carignan,
Rachael Curtis, Joslynn Hurley, Owen Michael, Hayden Miller,
Francesca Pagano, Landon Pearson, Angelica Whitney
Grade 4 Effort Roll
Emily Downey, Elizabeth Gilbert, Chloe Lacourse
Grade 4 Honor Roll
Nathan Clark, Braden Currier, Lucas Fries, Elizabeth Gilbert, Ethan
Katsirebas, Hannah Keeler, Megan Lawrence, Lillian May, Kati Mills,
Hunter Perreault, Nolan Smagula, Colin Wills
Grade 4 High Honor Roll
Sarah Bennett, Emily Downey, Chloe Lacourse, Demetrios Tsirovakas
Grade 5 Honor Roll
Madeline Apgar, Harrison Army, Reilly Beaulieu, Shawn Burrows,
Madison Carbone, Alexis Carignan, Mason Cummings, Hayden Goyette,
Iris Hall, Connor Lawrence, Paige Merrill, Samantha Muise, Michael
Nericcio, Annie Proulx, Owen Thomas, Savannah Wallace, Jordan
Grade 5 High Honor Roll
Taylor LeBlanc, Madeline Manchester, Giovanni Minasalli, Grace
Parker, Nick Whitney
Grade 6 Honor Roll
Peter Apgar, Danielle Blanchette, Madison Bowen, Ashley Gatchell,
Nadia Kozinski, Austin Ladd, Calvin Michael, Mary Nericcio, Madison
Prusia, Samantha Williams
Grade 6 High Honor Roll
Christopher Bouchard, Nathan Carter, Nathan Fries
Grade 7 Honor Roll
Blanchette, Jane Bradley, Connor Canning, Autumn Chase, Macey
Cotnoir, Hunter Evans, Jenna Flewelling, Garrett Frew, Nathan
Lamontagne, Kassidy Larson, Benjamin Lewis, Erin McFarland, Lucciano
Minasalli,Tyler Pepin, Ashton Ramsdell, Olivia Rondeau, Colby
Stenner, Tyler Tripp, Constantina Tsirovakas
Grade 7 High Honor Roll
Christian Army, Madison Bennett, Emily Duffy, Jakob Mavity,
Katherine Muise, Katelyn Young
Grade 8 Honor Roll
Chandler Bean, Timothy Bowen, Ryan Burns, Noah Cummings, Earnhardt
Dail, Tucker Jones, Sydney Juranty, Renee Proulx, Evelyn Ransom,
Azlynn Shaikh, Daphne Xintaras-Beauchesne
Grade 8 High Honor Roll