Letter To The Editor
the letter about gun propaganda and President Barack Hussein Obama, I
believe that it is necessary to point out that she may not recall
Operation Fast and Furious. The following internet link should be
Mexican drug cartel that has these guns, which include .50 caliber sniper
rifles, is everywhere in the United States, including ours. Federal
prosecutors in New Hampshire are currently preparing to try three men
linked to a notorious Mexican drug cartel on charges of conspiring to
distribute 1,000 kilograms of cocaine in a case that spans the globe.
Prosecutors say they are members of the notorious Sinaloa drug cartel
based in Mexico. Zazueta Valenzuela fought extradition but is scheduled
to appear in U.S. District Court in Concord for the first time after
being flown from Spain over the weekend. See, I’d rather have the hunters
with guns than the Mexican drug cartels who are without consciences and
kill men, women, and children on both sides of the border, including when
they murdered a true hero Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, with guns from
Operation Fast and Furious. But that’s me.
At The Oscar Foss Memorial
Amasepiachan Art Works September 28th – November 2nd
Sepia Gittens-Jones known as “AmaSepiaChan,” is a 14 year old artist.
She has recently studied with acclaimed artist Ian Torney and teacher
Sylvia Brofos of Kimball Art School, Concord, NH. Amaranthia is now on
full scholarship at Kimball Jenkins. On Friday April 22, 2011 she was
recognized as the best artist in her school. She was featured in the
Concord Monitor’s education column titled Profiles in Positive on
Saturday April 30, 2011. So far Amaranthia has donated 100% proceeds
from her art to several charitable causes. Amaranthia would like to
attend college for Graphic Arts focusing on comic books and inking. She
wants to do “big things with her art” as well as to give back to those
in need. Recently she designed an iPad presentation titled, “Do You Know
Who I Am?” to combat bullying. This presentation along with a variety of
other works can be viewed at the Oscar Foss Memorial Library. She is
also creating two Manga series and is busy developing characters for
them daily. Amaranthia’s work is influenced by earlier years spent in
Tokyo, Japan. One day Amaranthia hopes to create a foundation so young
artists like herself can have their work shown. To learn more about
Amaranthia visit her website at
thanks to all the wonderful volunteers that helped with the library book
sale. We could not have done it without you!
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always something happening at the Oscar Foss Memorial Library! Monday
2pm-8pm, Tuesday and Wednesday 10am-5pm, Thursday 5pm-8pm, Friday
2pm-5pm, Saturday 9am-12pm
It has been
recently reported that 93% of FDA personnel were deemed non-essential.
That breaks down to 9 out of 10 employees. How much money does this
mostly non-essential department control?
article reported that the 2012 FDA budget was going to stay the same at
$2.5 billion dollars. This year, in a press release, the FDA said that
it requested $4.7 billion dollars to ensure the safety of food and
medical devices. That is not quite double last year’s budget.
the $4.7 billion dollar question; in this bad economy, with millions of
Americans financially suffering, why would this government fund a
department that is almost wholly non-essential? An additional question
could be, is it possible for a private company to do a better job, for
much less money? If we care about those paying taxes, should we at least
explore some of the answers to these questions?
We need to
make much wiser decisions in how our immense, yearly tax burden is
spent. Maybe, just maybe, we could decrease taxation, which would
effectively give everyone a pay raise. If the government really doesn’t
need so much, then they don’t need to take and spend so much. I know-
call me radical!
Fabbri, 73, of Hemlock Road, died at home on August 30th. She has lived
here since 1976 coming from Billerica, Ma. She is survived by her
Husband William Fabbri of Barnstead. 2 Daughters, Maureen Fabbri of
Tyngsboro, MA. and Lisa Fabbri of Haverhill MA. 2 Grandchildren, Sammi
and Dominic. A brother Donald Anderson of Florida. 4 sisters, Lorraine
Anderson Elizabeth Kingsley, Susan Calabro and Patti Catino.
Services were held in Billerica MA. Urn Burial was in the Riverview
& Pollard Memorial Home, Pittsfield assisted with local arrangements.
Chadwick Bell, 74, of Mooresville, NC, passed away on Monday, September
30, 2013 at Genesis Eldercare.
born December 11, 1938 in Gloucester, Massachusetts to the late James
Chadwick & Thelma Chadwick Russell. She was the owner and operator of
Little Acres Greenhouse in NH for more than 20 years.
She is also
preceded in death by brothers William “Butch” Russell and Peter Russell.
survived by her children, Shawn Smith, Dawn Nelson, Kim Lank & husband,
Stephen, Joy Smith and Eric Bell and wife, Victoria; brother, James
Chadwick; and eleven grandchildren, Danielle, Brynn, Taylor, Savannah,
Malley, Caleb, Aiden, Ethan, Briar, Collin and Aurora.
Service was held at the graveside of her beloved Grandmother, Beatrice
Saunders, Saturday, October 5th, at Calvary Cemetery, 151 Eastern Ave.,
may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 3420 Shamrock Drive,
Charlotte, NC 28215 or American Diabetes Association, 1300 Baxter St.,
Suite 150, Charlotte, NC 28204.
Funeral Home & Crematory, Mooresville, NC is serving the Bell family.
Condolences may be made to the family at