You are invited to
the annual picnic of the Chichester Historical Society at Thunder
Bridge on Monday, July 9, at 6:30 p.m. Bring your lunch and a lawn
chair and the Historical Society will provide the lemonade,
watermelon, and desserts. In case of rain the picnic will be held
the Historical Society Museum on Main Street.
The deadline for CYA
Soccer registrations and Caramba Soccer camp registration forms is
July 15th. Please send them in soon, so no one misses the deadline.
Lost your registration form? Download a form at
(Click on Sports and then on Soccer.)
Happy Birthday to Derek
Duford on July 6.
Chichester Old Home Day Committee
Save the dates:
8/17 & 8/18
We are looking for
vendors for 8/18. Space is limited and applications can be picked up
at Chichester Town Hall, 54 Main St. Chichester, NH 03258.
Any questions, or helping
hands please call Heather White @ 603-799-9580.
Congratulations to Kasey
Lee Williams of Chichester, who was named to the dean’s list at
Norwich University for the spring 2018 semester.
Out Of Your Attic
Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
Happy 4th of July to
everyone! The Attic will be closed Wednesday for the holiday.
Many shorts, tanks, tops, and sandals available for summer wear!
Tennis racquets and other sports-related equipment. FREE games
& puzzles 25¢!
Find us on the way to
Wolfeboro from Concord on Rte 28, near the Pittsfield line.
Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4. Sat. 10-4. Like us on
Chichester Town Library
Happy Independence Day!
Friday July 6th at 7 p.m.
at the Grange/Town Hall, Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki will be bringing his
fiddle and presenting “Songs of Emigration: Storytelling through
Traditional Celtic Music.” Jordan is known throughout New
England and has toured both nationally and in Ireland. His
interest in history brings a vibrancy and relevancy to the
traditional music he plays. There is no cost and refreshments
will be available.
The July book sale is on
Saturday, July 7th from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. It will feature both
patriotic-themed books and summer reads. Although we have the
lowest prices of anyone around, there will be specially priced
books, especially among the patriotic and historical books that are
The Memory Café for
residents with memory challenges is scheduled for Monday, July 9th
at 2 p.m. at the Epsom Library. This will be preceded by a
picnic at noon at Webster Park in Epsom. All reports have been
positive about this specially focused group.
The library Board of
Trustees will be meeting on Monday, July 9th, at 4 p.m. This
is an open meeting to residents of Chichester and those having any
suggestions or concerns.
To each and every one of
you - no words can express how much it has meant to us that you
reached out to show your compassion and love to Paige’s family
during this most difficult time.
To all of the students,
the past, present and the up-and-coming - thank you for your
support, thank you for the hugs and cards. Thank you for preparing
the park so beautifully in honor of Paige on a hot Friday night;
your genuine kindness was felt, seen and so appreciated by all who
To the teachers – to
those who taught and helped to form Paige into a beautiful, bright
and caring young woman – we appreciate all of the thoughts and
prayers that were sent her way.
To the parents of these
caring, wonderful children, you are raising such remarkable young
men and women. We thank you for the home cooked meals and for your
thoughts and prayers.
And most of all I would
like to thank this entire community for its love and support – we
truly have no words to express our appreciation for each of you.
Please know how blessed and grateful we are to be a part of such a
wonderful community. The stories and memories you have of Paige will
continue to keep her alive in all of our hearts.
Rams Run 4 Recess
This spring, the
Chichester Central School held their first “Rams Run 4 Recess” event
on May, 7th. Students raised funds and collected donations for their
participation and all proceeds went to help upgrade our schools much
needed playground. Students in K-2 ran a mile in the event and
students in grades 3-8 ran two miles. Everyone enjoyed the running
and the cheering on of their classmates and friends. In all, the
students raised over $5,200 towards improvements towards our
playground. Thank you to the Chichester parents and community for
your generosity and support of CCS students and this event!
Contributions to the fund can still be made by contacting the school
We would like to extend
special thanks to the following organizations for their help and
contributions to the event: Chichester Central Schools Wellness
Committee, Chichester Central School’s PTO, Frekey’s Dairy Freeze,
Millican Nurseries, Pleasant View Gardens, Skip Plummer & Shumway
Construction, The Despres Family, Weathervane Restaurant, Rapid
Refill, Charmaine Hunter & Trilogy Hair Studio, Chichester Massage,
Bendyfish Yoga, Chucksters, Epsom House of Pizza, Circle Restaurant,
Subway of Epsom, Target, Walmart, Shaws, Sam’s Club, Market Basket
Chichester Central School
Honor Roll Trimester 3 2017-18
Jackson Tanguay, Layla Throne
Ben Bourbeau, Chloe
Brunk, Michael Cadorette, Autumn Dintino, Shane Eldredge, Dylan
Hawkins, Tam Hoang, Lauren Lane, Tessa Love, Elijah Prickett, Caleb
Saturley, Ava Strazzeri, Norah Tripp, Thomas White
Allyson Brudniak, Camdyn
Despres, Caleb May, Madelyn Pitman
Ireland Baines, Brooke
Daly, Savannah Eaton, Alyvia Hanna, Alissa Lorden, Crystal Noel,
Jacob Prue, Lacey Richos, Savannah Reed, Emma Stone, Memori
Valentin, Kaytlin White
Lindsey Eaton, Mackenzie
Hawkins, Sophia Sykes
Michael Cox, Tyler
Marsden, Logan Purvis, Eliza Queen, Henry Tripp, Victoria Vallee,
Joseph Bourbeau, Michael
Strazzeri, James Valotto
Isaiah Berkeley, Colby
Despres, Camden Kunitake, Tyler Nolan
Ryan Ardine, Summer
Pescinski, Mason Pillsbury, Michael Pitman, Nathan Smith, Matthew
Olivia Berkeley, Lucas
Crowell, Brooke Davison, Maya Marsden, Allison Miner