Sarah Hubbard of Chichester who has been named to the Champlain
College Dean’s List for the Spring 2017 semester.
Students on the
Dean’s List have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher
during the semester. Hubbard is majoring in Graphic Design & Digital
Chichester Old Home Day 2017
Old home day
planning is going great! If you are a vendor, crafter, local
business or a non profit that would like to be part of our old home
day on August 19, please go to http://www.chichesternh.org,
print and submit your application and fee to the Town of Chichester
and we will be in touch. Space is limited. If you don’t have the
ability to print stop in to our town offices to get a copy of the
form. Any additional questions please feel free to contact Heather
White at email@example.com
or 603-799-9580. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Out Of Your Attic Thrift
Submitted By Carol Hendee
If anyone has some CD
covers, we can use them for some CDs and DVDs that came in without
Be sure and check the third room for “seasonal” items
such as wedding and graduation and garden and summer toys. Also,
there is the brown shelving unit with the 25¢ items.
Week of May
29th - closed Monday for Memorial Day. Tuesday through Saturday, all
material and drapes 1/2 price!
Set your GPS for 345 Suncook
Valley Hgwy, Chichester. Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat.
10-4. 247-7191. Like us on Facebook.
Chichester Town Library
The Knitting Circle meets this afternoon, Wednesday, at 3:30
The Preschool Story Hour will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow,
Thursday, June 1st.
The Memory Café will be meeting on Monday,
June 5th. Participants and their caregivers will be meeting at
Northwood Meadows State Park on Route 4 at 2:30 p.m. (it is well
marked and across from Peace Time Puzzles) or will meet at the Epsom
Library at 2:15 to carpool. If it is raining, the group will
meet at the Epsom Library.
Both the Down Cellar Writers and Poets
groups will be meeting on Monday, June 5th at 7 p.m.
is scheduled for Tuesday, June 6th at 10 a.m.
Concord-Epsom Elks Lodge
Good day, we at the Concord-Epsom Elks would like to get the
word out that we rent our function hall and we also rent out
the dining room as well. For availability and pricing please contact
our lodge secretary at (603)736-8941.
Our Elks Riders Association
will be hosting an all you can eat breakfast buffet on June 17th, 10
am-1 pm in our dining room. Proceeds to benefit the veterans at the
Liberty House in Manchester. Cost is $15 per riders, $10 per
passengers. Following breakfast the riders will be riding to
the Laconia Elks Lodge. Kick stands up at 1:30 pm. 50/50
Raffle and all for a great cause. Breakfast is open to the public.
Lisa Prizio, Librarian at
the Chichester Town Library reading to the children during the May
18th Preschool Story and Craft Hours.
Jen Conway: Germfighters,
A Battle Within
Jen Conway, an author of a recently published
children’s book, GERMFIGHTERS, A BATTLE WITHIN, grew up in
Chichester. She graduated from Chichester Central School in
1992; attended Bishop Brady High School; and graduated from Roger
Williams University in Bristol, RI. She is an Architect by
profession and had worked for an architectural firm in Manhattan for
over 11 years, while she lived in New York City.
Jen now resides
in Southern California with her husband and her children. She
is presently a stay-at-home mom to her two young, imaginative boys.
Her boys love superheroes, exploring and having adventures.
They spend much of their time exploring the mountains, trails, and
parks near their California home.
The idea of writing the book
derived as result of trying to find a way of teaching her sons the
importance of cleaning and taking care of scratches and scrapes.
When her oldest son was about 3 years old, he got a bad scrape on
his knee. He refused to clean it, so she made up a fantastical
world where germs were the “bad guys” and superheroes were the “good
guys.” The tiny superheroes lived inside the first-aid spray.
It was up to her son to spray them on the germy “bad guys,” and
become a “Germ Fighter!” Every time he got a cut, he wanted to
hear about the first-aid superheroes. Soon they began to make
clay characters as a way to imagine their story. While the
boys attended preschool, her husband took photos of the clay
characters and then she compiled it into a children’s book of a
super-hero, germs, and first-aid spray. Publishing the book
became a way to share the story with other parents and children.
The children’s book, GERM FIGHTERS, A BATTLE WITHIN, is now
available through Amazon. It is also available at the
Chichester Town Library. As pictured, the book was read by the
Librarian, Lisa Prizio, during the May 18th Preschool Story and
Craft Hour at the Chichester Town Library.
Jen recently donated
a copy of the book to Chichester Central School, where it is to be
read to the kindergarten students by the Librarian, Kate Dockham.
Jen felt it was important for her to share the book with the school,
since that was where she learned to read and was encouraged in
writing stories. Jen recalled participating in the Young
Authors Contest at the school, attending the awards ceremony, and
having a photo of the ceremony published in The Suncook Valley Sun.
Keene State Announces The
2017 Spring Dean’s List
1,245 students have been named to the
spring 2017 dean’s list at Keene State College, including the
students named below.
Allison Bachelder of Chichester
Banks of Chichester
Ashley Chapman of Chichester
Heather Hunt of Gilmanton
Ryan Marquis of
Haleigh Patch of Gilmanton Iron Works
St.Laurent of Chichester
Student Council Trivia
Fun Night To Provide Help to Music Program
The CCS Student
Council is organizing a Trivia Fun Night to be held in the CCS
Courtyard on Friday, June 6, at 6 PM. Entry fee to participate
for the night is $1. There will also be food available for sale.
Come out for the fun and while you are there, help expand the
horizons of sound in the music room! Join us to raise money for
diverse classroom percussion instruments, African drums, xylophones,
Experiences with these instruments brings
joy to children’s lives, enriches their musical experience, creates
excitement for future opportunities, and opens up a whole world of
culture. If you have a gently used instrument that you would like to
donate, please contact Mr. Beaverstock at 798-5651. Those who
donate an instrument will receive a free meal at our Trivia Fun