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Barnstead NH News

January 30, 2013

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The Hidden Battle


All over the world, a war is being fought. It’s not a war that you will see on CNN, or on the cover of Time magazine. It isn’t even one you can see with your physical eyes. It is a spiritual war, where the gospel of Jesus Christ is spreading into and throughout all the nations while the world and unseen spiritual forces battle back to keep out the light. 


Who are on the front lines of this war? Our brothers and sisters in Christ.  In this past century alone, more Christians were murdered for their faith than any other century in human history, an estimated 200 million. The persecuted church suffers in the forefront of this war in order that the church might be established where the gospel is either non-existent or oppressed by other religions.  


From Indonesia, to India, to the Horn of Africa, believers are economically marginalized, denied education for their children, beaten, tortured, raped, imprisoned and sadly even murdered for their faith. The oppression is limitless, and usually unseen by the world. For more information on the persecuted church visit or


Jesus  has called the body of Christ to stand up for our hurting brothers and sisters. How do we help?  1. Stay Informed  2. Act  3. Give 4. Pray. 


The Center Barnstead Christian Church will be setting aside Sunday, February 17th as a day to learn more about the persecuted church and pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ. The Center Barnstead Christian Church is located on Route 126, next to the Town Hall.  For more information please call the church at 269-8831.



BYBSA Needs You!


At the January 7th meeting of the Barnstead Youth Baseball Association (BYBSA), the board members in attendance discussed the decreasing level of volunteer participation in running the Association’s programs. Several board members have recently retired due to family or job demands. Several others are in their final year on the board, with no children in the program.  The workload to run BYBSA successfully is falling on fewer and fewer volunteers.


“Many hands make light work.” BYBSA must find new blood to reconstitute the Board at a level of participation that will not overburden a few with the many tasks needed to run our programs successfully. We ask that anyone who is willing to volunteer some time please attend the next Board meeting at the Barnstead library on February 4th at 7:00 p.m.


The Board discussed its alternatives if sufficient volunteers don’t “step up to the plate” at the February 4th meeting. Since the workload is too much for 5 people, our options seem to be either to:


(1)  Suspend operations until a sufficient number of committed members reconstitute the Board. This would mean that there would be no baseball or softball in 2013 and perhaps beyond;


(2)  Drastically revamp operations to cut out non-critical tasks. These would include discontinuing the concession stand, sponsorship and fundraising functions. This would mean a significant rise in signup fees to replace the funds raised by the discontinued functions.


(3)  Consider merging our programs with another town.

BYBSA runs close to 200 kids through our programs annually. We believe that there should be a sufficient number of parents out there to ensure that BYBSA can continue to operate in-town and serve our kids as in the past.




Robert E. Dailey


Robert E. Dailey passed away on January 22, 2013 at the N. H. Veteran’s Home in Tilton NH at the age of 82.  Bob was a graduate (1948) of Lowell High School where he was a football captain during his senior year.  He was a WWII Navy Veteran and after his discharge he studied and started his career in mechanics. He was employed at the New England Telephone Company and after many years with Ma Bell he retired and relocated to Center Barnstead, NH and Boynton Beach, FL.


Bob and his wife Milly traveled extensively in the U.S. and Europe, from Ireland to the entire Eastern Block.  Bob was an avid Patriots fan and never missed a game. In retirement, he started a golf league and was president of the men’s club in Boynton Beach, FL.


Bob got married in 1956 and was happily married for 56 years to Milly (Gawlik) Dailey. Bob is survived by his wife and three children, Kathleen Schubert and her husband Barry of Derry, NH, Owen Dailey and his wife Lynda of Peterborough, NH and Colleen Dailey of Plaistow, NH; four grandchildren, Jennifer Mullin of San Francisco, CA, Alex Schubert of Las Vegas, NV and Robbie and Tracie Dailey of Peterborough, NH; his sister Rosemary Trainer of Chelmsford, MA and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers Owen Dailey (died during the Philippine Invasion), Jack Dailey of Randolph, MA and his parents Rose and John Dailey.  


Donations in his memory can be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation.








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