On Wednesday, November 29
at 1:30, the library will be showing the film “Their Finest.”
This story takes place in 1940 London which is in the middle of the
Blitz and morale is low. A novice screenwriter is tasked with
the job of making a film that will lift the spirits of the nation
and possibly inspire America to join the war. This film has
been described as a smart, witty --- top notch British comedy.
On Friday night, December
8th, from 6:00-7:30 pm, the Epsom Bible Church youth group will be
holding a kids’ Christmas Mini-Mall at 398 Black Hall Rd. in Epsom.
Children ages 3-11 will be able to shop for their parents, siblings,
and other family and friends. The children will pick out their
gifts and wrap them while their parents enjoy refreshments.
All gifts are $1.00. We hope to see you there for this fun
Christmas event! For more information, please call the church
Evergreen Lodge #53, Ivy
Green Lodge #36 and friends are offering digital photos with Santa
on Saturday, December 2nd at the Epsom Public Library from 10:30 am
to 1 pm. There will be crafts for the children, cookie decorating,
refreshments and a Christmas tree raffle. Plan to join the fun and
help with local holiday outreach!
For info call the
Benner’s at 736-4707.
CrankPullers Snowmobile Club will be hosting a Snowmobile Safety
Course for ages 12-15 at the Lake Shore Farm (275 Jenness Pond Rd,
Northwood) on Saturday, December 2nd from 8 am to 3 pm. Lunch will
be provided. To register, contact Jeremy DeTrude @ 603-833-7063 (no
charge for course but donations are always welcome). Space is
limited so call early. And as always, we really appreciate our
landowners and are always looking for new members.
I want to thank everyone
who attended my surprise 70th birthday bash held on November 11th at
the American Legion Hall in Epsom. Thanks to everyone for all the
cards and gifts I received. Special thanks to my wife of 47 years
for keeping this special day a complete surprise from me.
Make Someone’s Holiday
L & K Capitol Car Mart,
dba Autosmith Car Company, located in Epsom, New Hampshire, is proud
to announce their 2017 car giveaway.
Do you know someone
deserving who could use a hand up? Someone who works hard? Or
just fallen on to some hard times? Someone who’s life would be
improved by being given a new to them or or upgraded ride of their
own? Tell us why and submit your nomination!
We will be awarding a
pre-owned vehicle to one deserving person. All candidates need
to be nominated by a member of their circle of family, friends, or
community. Entries must provide the nominators name and telephone
number, and the nominees name, address and telephone number. All
nominees will be reviewed by an independent panel, and although it
may be difficult to choose only one, the winner will be awarded the
car on Friday, December 15, 2107.
Nominations must be
submitted in writing. Please limit to two pages maximum.
Nominations must be
received by December 1, 2017 and can be submitted one of two ways..
Regular Mail: Car
Giveaway, Autosmith Car Company, 96 Old Turnpike Rd, Epsom, NH 03234
All nomination letters
will become the property of Autosmith Car Company. All
information and claims may be validated by the committee.
Nominees must be at least
eighteen years old, a New Hampshire resident, and hold a valid New
Hampshire driver’s license. We do not discriminate against
race, religion, creed or gender.
For complete rules and
privacy statement, go to www.autosmithcar.com
Walter C. Mack
EPSOM- Mr. Walter C.
Mack, 80, of Epsom, passed away peacefully in the care of the
Concord Hospice House on November 10, 2017.
Born in Manchester,
Walter was the son of the late Wilfred and Viola (Mason) Mack. He
was raised and educated in Epsom, was a graduate of Pembroke Academy
and resided here his entire life.
Walter worked as a
self-employed contractor for many years. In earlier years, he was a
Boy Scout Leader for Troop #80. He was an active member of the 4-H
Club and served as a Club Leader for several years. Walter started
the Merrimack County and Rockingham County Swine Clubs and served as
swine judge at several local fairs. He was the past superintendent
of the Hopkinton and Deerfield Fairs. He was a former member of the
Epsom Fire Department and the American Legion Post #112 of Epsom.
Mr. Mack had a great love for Amish Country as well as visiting
ancient battlefields in both Pennsylvania and Ohio.
In addition to his
parents, Walter was predeceased by two sisters, Shirley Parker and
He is survived by his
wife, Carole (Hyde) Mack; four children, Gregory Mack and his wife
Karen of North Stratford, Timothy M. Emery and Pam Rouillard, Tracey
Blanchette and her husband Scott and Lisa Simonds and her husband
Mike all of Epsom; 10 grandchildren, Haylee, Patrick, Vanessa,
Nicole, Todd, Brandon, Tyler, Timmy, Jessica, and Christine; and 7
great grandchildren, Austin, Ethan, Emily, Logan, Owen, Eli and
A Graveside Service was
held on Saturday, November 18th in Short Falls Cemetery, Rte. 28 in
Epsom. A Celebration of Life followed. at the American Legion Post
#112 in Epsom. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the
American Legion Post #112, P. O. Box 691, Epsom, NH 03234. Assisting
the family with arrangements is the Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial
Home in Epsom. To share a memory or offer a condolence, please visit