Epsom NH News

January 31, 2018


 

The University of Hartford is pleased to announce Jacob Courser of Epsom has been named to its Dean’s List for Fall 2017.

 


 

On Wednesday, February 7 at 1:30, the Epsom Library will be showing the movie “Victoria and Abdul”.  The movie was originally scheduled for Jan. 17 but a snow storm delayed the opening of the library so we are trying again.  Judi Dench stars as Queen Victoria in this extraordinary true story of the unusual friendship between the Queen and a young Indian clerk.

 


 

Lasell College in Newton, MA announced today that Danielle Roberts of Epsom, Communication, Class of 2018, has been  named to the fall 2017 Dean’s List. Students with this accomplishment are full-time degree candidates who completed 12 or more credits in the fall semester, with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

 


 

EYAA Softball and Baseball registration is now open. Registration will be open on the EYAA website through February 25th at the standard registration rate. Late registration will be open from February 26th through March 3rd and will include an additional late registration fee. Players registered during the late registration period may be placed on a wait list if the roster is full.

 

Questions regarding softball should be directed to John Carignan. Questions regarding baseball should be directed to Natalie Casey.

 

We are looking forward to a great spring season!

 


 

Dean College is pleased to announce that Erin Burns of Epsom has earned a place on the Dean’s List for the Fall 2017 semester.

 


 

Epsom Food Pantry

 

Hi everybody!  Well, another week of questionable weather. Today is icy so I stayed home.

 

We closed one day based on weather reports and it was a lovely day. Sorry!  But remember, if you need the food, you call me and I will help out. We are still receiving money from Bob Hahn’s passing.  We also got a wonderful check from Davis Fuels and SSPC of Pittsfield.  Thank you so very much.

 

One thing we could use, if you mothers go shopping, is finger food for kids. We try and send over such food to Epsom Central for their backpack project. What this is, is a package they get together for the weekends for the kids whose household is short on funds. So it is food they can open up and eat, without using the stove, if they are the little ones. Microwave items are good.

 

Again, if you know anyone or a family who needs our help and are too proud to ask, let me know and I will try and help them.

 

We have some good looking meat Liz ordered for us last week and we were pleased to get it as we were short. I do go to Market Basket and take advantage of their sales. They are willing to put beef up in one pound packages and that is what we need.

 

Pleased to report our heater is up and running.Stay warm and drive carefully.  

 

Until next time,

Priscilla

 


 

Epsom Public Library Youth Events

 

“Elephant & Piggie” Story Time/Breakfast: Saturday, February 10th at 9:30 am. Celebrate “Bring Your Child to the Library” and join us for a fun morning! Includes stories, breakfast, a craft, bookmarks and stickers featuring our favorite “Mo Willems” characters, Elephant & Piggie. Space is limited so sign up at the library or call 736-9920.

 

Story Times: Mondays 10am, Tuesdays 1:30pm, and Thursdays, 3:30pm. Children and their caregivers listen to stories, sings songs and enjoy crafts. February themes include groundhogs, and Valentine’s Day.

 

Toddler Time: Wednesdays 10am. Children and their caregivers enjoy stories, songs, movement activities and simple crafts.

 

Lego Club: Thursdays at 3:30pm Plan to join the fun and build with the libraries large collection of legos.

 


 

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Wendell and Barbara Bassett recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with family and friends at their church, as well as at an open house in their home in Weare. They were long time residents of Epsom where Wendell worked for Huckins Oil Company and Barbara taught school. They feel very blessed to have four children, 19 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.

 


 

Letter To The Editor

 

As a Metrocast cable customer, I was shocked yesterday to see our autopay went to a company called AMERICAN BROADBAND. As a welcome gift, AMERICAN BROADBAND increased the charge for our no frills cabletv/internet service by $12.60 per month. That’s $151.20 per year from just one “no frills” household!

 

I can’t hardly wait to see what “frills” AMERICAN BROADBAND will be taking away from us now that it has been decreed we no longer have net neutrality.

 

Nancy Heath

Epsom

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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