Congratulations to Andrew Hederman of Ctr. Barnstead who graduated from
the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.
Congratulations to Center Barnstead, resident, Kathryn McGinnis, who has
been named to Husson University’s President’s List for the Spring 2017
a junior who is currently enrolled in Husson’s Bachelor of Science in
Healthcare Studies/Master of Science in Occupational Therapy program.
who make the President’s List must carry at least 12 graded credit hours
during the semester and earn a grade point average of between 3.80 to
4.0 during the period.
Governor, Chris Sununu, has made known that he supports the proposed
Republican Trump Care bill, which he has not even seen, he is setting
himself up to be a One Term Governor.
He was too
busy currying favor in Washington to fight for full-day kindergarten
that he was so adamant about in his version of the budget. He talks
about the opioid crises that is ravaging New Hampshire without giving
one thought as to how the new and improved Trump Care Bill will gut the
Medicaid System, thereby throwing the addicted, the mentally afflicted,
and the most vulnerable citizens in the State of New Hampshire under the
“Trump Care Bus.”
loyalties lie with the Republican Party, and his wealthy supporters.
They have no idea what living in poverty and having to declare
bankruptcy due to overwhelming medical expenses is like, and I doubt
that they even care.
Let us get
together and support a progressive Democrat, like Steve Marchand, at the
polls in November 2018. He has proven leadership credentials as the
former Mayor of Portsmouth, and has placed emphasis on working for the
good of the citizenry.
has barely been in the job for 6 months and he has already proven to be
ineffective. New Hampshire’s citizens deserve so much better than
someone who caters to the wealthy and gives lip service to the
Barnstead Farmers and Gardeners Network is pleased to announce the 6th
Annual Barnstead Open Farm Day event, to be held on Saturday, July 22,
2017.Ten participating farms will be open from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission
to the farms is free.
This is a
self-guided tour, and brochures with maps will be available at most
local stores and all participating farms. Road signs will be posted to
help guide your way to and from the various locations.
information, please check our Facebook page, which will have updates.
Find us on Facebook at
Bring your family and friends, and spend the day with us!
Barnstead Farmers and Gardeners Network
Parks and Recreation Summer Concert Series
Barnstead Parks and Recreation in welcoming the Rockin’ Daddios to the
summer concert stage on Saturday, July 1.
four-man acappella group performs some of the best-loved songs from the
40s, 50s and 60s in a doo-wop style. The Rockin’ Daddios will share
stories about the groups that performed the songs, as well as period
trivia, commercial jingles, and TV theme songs. The music of this
bygone era has the power to conjure up many special memories and bring
the listener back to a more innocent time. You’ll hear songs like “Book
of Love”, “Blue Moon”, “Teenager in Love” and “Little Star” to name a
few. The songs are family friendly and guaranteed to warm your heart and
bring a smile to your face.
from vastly popular “Men’s Medley” originally featured in Irene
Descehenes’ “Moments to Remember I and II” 50’s reviews, the Rockin’
Daddios consist of Lakes Region residents Jim Rogato, Bo Guyer and
Angelo Gentile, who have been performing together in various shows and
reviews for well over 10 years. Collectively, their community theater
experience spans six decades! And now featuring the vocals and guitar
magic of Drew Seneca. So sit back, relax and enjoy the Rockin’ Daddios.
Their music will make you smile.
show starts at 6:00 pm at the Barnstead Parade Grounds. The Barnstead
Congregational Church will be on hand offering concessions. Bring a
lawn chair or blanket, and a friend or two. As always, smoking and
alcohol are prohibited on the grounds.
See you at the show!
Elementary School Third Trimester Honor Roll List
following students in Grades 4-8 at the Barnstead Elementary School have
earned High Honors or Honors for the Third Trimester. Students who have
received A’s in all of their subjects qualify for High Honors. Those
students who have earned A’s and B’s in all of their subjects qualify
for Honors. In addition, students qualifying for High Honors and Honors
must have received grades in effort and conduct that are average or
HONORS: Noah Biron, Hannah Chmiel, Victoria Cowser, Rebecca Hopkins,
Mary Hupper, Ashley Lyle, Samuel McGrath, Darien Milioto, Daniel Nourse,
Avery Thoroughgood, Wyatt Varney, Juliette West, Alexis Wilson
Gavin Barham-Elliott, Michael Barnes, Luke Biscoe, Victoria Christie,
Heath Dunn, Trey Everett, Kyle Gauvin, Anthony Hamilton, Leon Hill,
Taylor Huse, Tristen Karmeris, Anne Killinger, Ava Lytle, Robert
Mitchem, Ethan Ring, Colton Sanborn, Canaan Stonner, Christopher
Tedcastle, Diondre Thoroughgood, Jonathan Whitten
HONORS: Connor Bagnell, Grace Brooks, Serafine Cormier, Lani Demers, Lia
Doyle, Derek Hopkins, Shannon Kelley, Ethan Kenerson, Vera Littlefield,
Rylee Lounsbury, Kaela Marchildon, Dillon Miller, Charlie Nourse, Erin
Rawnsley, Ella Smith, Reagan Webb, Sarah White
Lexie Booker,Reese Burke, Ethan Capsalis, Gwenivere Christie, Ren
Connors, Cole Cote, Haley Davis, Seth Gardner, Mariah Gates, Hannah
Graffam, Abigaile Grillo-Moore, Joseph Howlett, Eli Kriete, Caden Mix,
Anthony Sanborn, Justin Sanville, Trinity Shampney, Jake Tash, Aijah
Thoroughgood, Kaitlynn Vigue, Hunter Watkins
HONORS: Ashley Chmiel, Olivia Fanjoy, Hailey Pitman, Bruce Rawnsley,
Autumn Beaudet, Jayden Booker, Blake Brown, Samuel Caldwell, Luke
Carter, Samantha Christiansen, Tyler Cote, Zoey Crossman, Cameron
Gagnon, Jeremy Hayes, Owen Mahanes, Glidden Martin, Ella Misiaszek,
Madilyn Neathery, Madelyn Penfield, Makayla Richard, Kaylee Riel,
Ainsley Sabean, Willow Sanborn, Jillian Simpson, Mallory Smith, Ricardo
Vazquez, Ian West, Abigail Wittenberg
HONORS: Emmalee Bunker, Hannah Capsalis, Spencer Grow, Kathryn
Hamilton, Cloe Hillsgrove, Ethan Howe, Lyndsay Lytle, Tazanna Roberts,
Emily Sanschagrin, Dennis Simpson, Gilbert (Deuce) Smith, Jaren Unzen,
Gary Brazel, Megan Burnette, Jaden Burt, Kailee Cody, Sydney Cole,
Dominque Couturier, Breanna Cowser, Meado Detris, Rylee Duquette,
Juliana Grillo-Moore, Emma Graffam, Riley Hinton, Sophia Lagraize,
Jeremy Lincoln, Alexis Lyle, Rylee Marchildon, Sophie Sarno, Don Terrio,
HONORS: Kassidy Kelley, Madeline Kriete, Fiona Wilson
Lucas Bilodeau, Natalie Cates, Hannah Errington, David Fossett, Makayla
Gagnon, Jenessa Harding, Audrey Jacques, Samantha Kenney, Taylor Kiley,
David Parker, Skylar Presby, Adam Ross, Trevor Smith, Ashley Vatcher,
Meeting: Politics and Art
and art will converge at the Tri-Town Democrats of Barnstead, Gilmanton,
and Alton meeting on Monday, July 10th at the 1793 Temperance Tavern Inn
in Gilmanton. The 18th century colonial features an eclectic gallery
where Democrats will gather to eat, talk politics, mingle, and browse
the array of works of fine art on paper. Our special guest will be
Zandra Rice Hawkins from Granite State Progress, a progressive advocacy
organization that provides a strong voice in advancing progressive
solutions to critical issues of state and local concern. Granite State
Progress’ State House Accountability presentation provides resources to
increase public awareness and civic participation to make sure elected
officials are voting in the best interest of their constituents. The
presentation will be followed by action items and community organizing.
socializing any time between 6:15 pm and 6:45 pm. The meeting runs from
6:45 pm to 8:00pm. The Temperance Tavern is located at 506 Province Road
(Rt. 107) in Gilmanton. Parking is available across the street at or
behind the Gilmanton Town Offices or along Currier Hill Road. For more
information on the Temperance Tavern, please visit temperancetavern.com.
is open to any and all residents of Barnstead, Alton, and Gilmanton who
consider themselves moderate, liberal, or progressive Democrats or
like-minded Independents. Refreshments to share are encouraged but not
required. For more information, please contact Heather Carter at
visit the “Barnstead, Alton, and Gilmanton Democrats” Facebook page.
members of New Hampshire’s firefighting and police communities raise
funds for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) by
participating in the Battle of the Badges. Come join us at a benefit
dinner on Saturday, July 15, at the Barnstead Parade Fire Station to
help raise funds for Team Fire for this year’s Battle of the Badges
Baseball Classic. A delicious all-you-can-eat buffet will be served
from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to help raise funds for this worthy cause.
The cost is your generous donation. Menu will feature grilled hot dogs
and buns with all the fixings and side dishes you can imagine, along
with a scrumptious dessert.
Fire-Rescue’s own Captain Brian Cottrell is a member of this year’s Team
Fire and he is sponsoring this benefit dinner to raise funds for the
Team. Take-out dinner containers will also be available if you want to
take your dinner down to Barnstead Parade Grounds to hear Chris Bonoli
and The Friends of Barnstead’s performance as part of the Summer Concert
of the Badges Baseball Classic will be played at 6:00 p.m. on Friday,
August 11 at Manchester’s Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. An exciting
fireworks display will be presented following the game. Tickets are
$10.00 (children under age 10 are free) and will be available at the
benefit dinner on July 15. Every dollar raised will help fund programs
at CHaD that wouldn’t exist without the generosity of the players,
sponsors and fans. Please join us for this benefit dinner to help raise
funds for this very important cause.