Chichester NH News

October 21, 2009


 

Reminder


The Annual 4-H Cookie AND Candy Bar Sale is held during the month of October. Several varieties are NOW available for only $3.75 per package. Candy Bars are $1.00 each. Your support to the 4-H youth in your community is greatly appreciated. If a 4-H member has not contacted you, please call 4-H leaders Pamela Clattenburg 269-3200, Pauline Wheeler 435-8752 , Mark Riel 435-6346 or Corine Miller 435-8497.

 



The Missions Committee of the Barnstead Parade Congregational Church will be holding their 29th Annual Fall Fair on Saturday, November 7, 2009, at the Church on the Parade Grounds from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


There will be craft items, Christmas Crafts, new items for the Bottom Drawer and plants, as well as  homemade donuts, cookies, pies, breads and many other home baked goodies.


A luncheon of chowder or sandwiches, and coffee will be available.


This fair is to benefit our Mission Funds. Come join us and meet new and old friends.

 



Concord Hospital Center For Health Promotion is offering a “Group Smoking Cessation Program” beginning Wednesday, October 28th at 6:30 p.m. at the Pittsfield Community Center. This is a four session program running each Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. through November 18th. There is no fee. To register, please call 230-7300.

 



Celebrate the Gift of Life Thursday, October 29th from 3 to 8 p.m. and come to the Blood Drive at Pittsfield Elementary School. The life you save, may be your own or that of a loved one.

 


 

Now that it is growing colder, you might want to curl up with a blanket and a good book. Look in the Chichester Town Library for one of these mystery titles: Cry in the Night by Colleen Cable, Cream Puff Murder by Joanne Fluke, Oolong Dead by Laura Childs (if you like this one she has written many others with tea in the title), and Case Histories by Kate Atkinson. Maybe biography is more to your taste. You might want to read: Mrs. Astor Regrets - The hidden betrayals of a family beyond reproach - by Meryl Gordon or Here’s the Story - Surviving Marcia Brady and finding my true voice - by Maureen McCormick.

 



The Old Home Day Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, October 28, at 7 p.m. at the Fire Station. If anyone has an idea for a theme for Old Home Day 2010, please call Jaan Luikmil at 798-4987 or e-mail Hannah West at gowest@tds.net.

 


 

Cub Scout Pack #85 enjoyed a Sunday of selling pumpkins at the Plunkett Farm on Bear Hill Rd. in Chichester. We would like to thank the Plunketts for their generosity in donating proceeds from the sales to our pack!

 


 

Chichester Massage Celebrates National Massage Therapy Awareness Week With 3rd Annual Food Drive


National Massage Therapy Awareness Week is designed to raise public awareness about the benefits of massage and encourages massage therapists to sponsor events that support their local communities. Many of our area food pantries are in need of assistance and Chichester Massage is sponsoring their 3rd annual food drive to celebrate National Massage Therapy Awareness Week Oct. 26-31, 2009. Urgently needed items include paper towels, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, cleaning supplies, canned tuna, soups, pastas/sauces, peanut butter, healthy cereals, and 100% juice boxes.  Fresh produce will also be accepted.


Chichester Massage will be offering free chair massages on Tuesday, Oct. 27 and Thurs., Oct. 29 from 5-7 p.m. with a monetary or food donation. Donations will be accepted throughout the week at our office and those who donate 5 or more items or $5 or more will receive a coupon for $10 off a massage. All proceeds will go directly to local food pantries.


“Chair Massage allows us an opportunity to educate clients with a quick, healthy way to relax.  At the same time they can help support their local community with a donation” says Amy Troy, owner of Chichester Massage.  “We had a wonderful turnout last year and we’re hoping to have even more participation this year.”


This is a great way to help others and reward yourself with a savings on your next massage. Please help us make this food drive a success. Thank you for your support.


Chichester Massage is located in Chichester Commons on Route 4 in Chichester. For more information please call 798-4669 or visit our website at www.chichestermassage.com


National Massage Therapy Awareness Week is organized by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and its members. The AMTA represents more than 57,000 massage therapists throughout 51 Chapters in the US and in over 25 countries. AMTA works to establish massage therapy as integral to the maintenance of good health and strongly encourages public service.  For more information visit www.  amtamassage.org

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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