Save the date
Trunk or Treating and
Haunted Walk. Saturday October 28th at Carpenter Park. More
information to come! Looking forward to a great community event.
The Chichester Central
School PTO will be holding their annual craft fair on Saturday,
November 11th from 9:00am - 2:00pm. Get a start on your
Holiday shopping supporting local crafters and vendors.
Admission is free.
Benefit Concert for
“Breast Cancer Awareness” on Saturday, November 4th at 7pm.
Evergreen Lodge #53 (Odd Fellows Hall), 1198 Short Falls Road,
Epsom, NH. Donations gratefully accepted. Featuring Walter George
and Friends Bluegrass/Country Band. Also, Jimbo Pero and Jim Pero.
Refreshments provided. For information call Gary or Vickie at
Chichester Grange will
meet on Wednesday, November 1, upstairs in the Grange Hall. The
evening will begin at 6 p.m. with a pancake supper.
Out Of Your Attic
Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
The Attic does have three
rooms. Many people do not venture beyond the first room, so this
week, everything is 1/2 price-on the 25¢ shelf, take two for 25¢.
The third room has
jackets, ladies formal and everyday dresses, baby clothes, bath
tubs, blankets, books on pre-natal care and parenting, and baby
toys. Now there is a Halloween shelf and always the 25¢
shelves, plus a “linen tree!”
Open Mon. 8-12; Tues. &
Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & sat. 10-4. 247-7191 on 345 Suncook
Valley Hgwy, Chichester.
Chichester Town Library News
The library will be
participating in “Trunk and Treat” at Carpenter Park this Saturday.
Books, as well as candy, will be our treat to youngsters from
Thanks to everyone who
patronizes the library’s Down Cellar Used Book Sales. The last
one of the year has occurred. There will be a cart set up
upstairs of “new” and “like new” books. These books, along with some
vintage Christmas and holiday books will be available for sale.
They are definitely “gift” possibilities to consider.
The “Little Book Houses”
will close for the season at the end of October.
Does anyone in the
community have any “Duplos” that can be donated for the children’s
use at story hour on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.? They will be
much appreciated, along with any “little people” which can be used
in a doll house.
The Evening Book Club is
meeting on Wednesday, November 8th, when they will be discussing
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared
Diamond. The club alternates their book selection between a
fiction book and then a non-fiction book.
Remember to place your
order for the “Looking at Chichester Past and Present” calendar that
the Photography Club has compiled. This calendar is a
spectacular set of photographs for all who live and love Chichester.
It will sell for $20, with the proceeds to be donated to the
Chichester Food Pantry. You can sign up for your copy at the
Harold B. Arey, III
Harold B. Arey, III, of
Oxbow, ME, passed away on October 15, 2017 at home in Webster, NH.
He was born in
Pittsfield, NH on October 31, 1939 the oldest son of Harold B. Arey
II and Agnes Sanborn Arey. He served multiple deployments in
the U.S. Marine Corp from 1958 to 1979. He was married to
Sarah Hatcher. Harold was a truck driver, a welder/fabricator
and did truck maintenance. He was a volunteer firefighter for
the Town of Chichester, NH, as well as serving as a selectman and
the town librarian. He enjoyed farming, teaching kid’s rifle
teams and training dogs. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing,
trapping, competition shooting, hiking, camping, wilderness
survival, cooking, gardening, blacksmithing and woodworking.
He got to live out his childhood dream of living like a mountain
man. He was a born again Christian and treated most people as
if they were his own family.
He is survived by his
daughters, Ida (Meg) Lavalley and her husband, Richard of Webster,
NH, Emily R. Lauri and her husband Gregory of Islip, NY; his son,
Harold (Ben) Arey, IV and his wife, Megan of Barnstead, NH; eight
grandchildren, Jena LaValley of Webster, NH, Carlie Leogrande,
Palmer Lauri, Amy Leogrande, Taylor Lauri and Tucker Lauri, all of
Islip, NY, Harold B. Arey, V (L.B.) and Charlie W. Arey both of
Barnstead, NH; and his brother Bruce Arey of Rumney, NH. He
was predeceased by his wife, Sarah and his brother, Wayne Arey.