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Barnstead NH News

November 11, 2015

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The Suncook Valley Sno Riders are hosting their annual Ham & Bean Dinner at the Barnstead Parade Fire Station on Saturday November 14, 2015 from 5pm – 7pm. Prices are $8.00 for adults, $4.50 for kids 6-12 and under 5 is free. Major credit cards accepted! We will have club stickers, sweatshirts, raffle tickets, trail maps, and club memberships also on sale! Your dinner purchase also enters you into our Turkey Drawing! Come for the ham and beans and maybe you’ll leave with a free turkey!


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OHRV Safety Course


The Suncook Valley Sno-Riders will be conducting a snowmobile safety class on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Barnstead Parade Fire Station, 305 Parade Road, Barnstead, NH. You must be 12 years old (or older) by the end of the riding season to enroll. Parents are encouraged to attend the class, but not mandatory. The day of the class, parents must come inside to sign their child up at 7:30 a.m. before class begins at 8:00 a.m. Lunch will be provided. To enroll, call Joe Hough at 269-2270. Please don’t delay as space is limited.



Annual Festival of Trees


The Greater Lakes Child Advocacy Center (GLCAC) announces the Annual Festival of Trees, November 20th & 21st, at Sticks and Stones Farm,  107 White Oak Road, Center Barnstead.


Join us and get your holiday spirit on amongst the beautifully decorated trees and lighted displays! Visit with Santa; enjoy hot cocoa, cider and homemade baked goodies, caroling, tractor-drawn wagon rides, toasting marshmallows over a bonfire and more! Donations of hats, scarves, mittens, gently worn coats and boots will be collected at The Giving Tree. 


Businesses or individuals wishing to purchase and decorate a tree, the deadline is Nov. 14th. Information and forms are available on the farm website listed below.


All proceeds from the festival will benefit the Greater Lakes Child Advocacy Center, a local non-profit whose mission is to break the cycle of abuse by improving prosecution rates and helping those affected by abuse on a path to healing. The GLCAC strives to reduce the traumatic effects of sexual and physical abuse and exposure to violence by creating a safe and child-friendly environment where children can talk to a trained professional forensic interviewer, streamlining the investigation process and coordinating services for families.  In addition the GLCAC also offers programs for parents, agencies, and community groups to promote awareness of child abuse and how to recognize, react responsibly, and prevent it. 


The GLCAC has served children and families in Belknap County since 2005. To date, over 1500 children affected by abuse have benefitted from their services. Many thanks to Sticks and Stones Farm and the myriad of community members who support the GLCAC and its mission in the fight against child abuse.


For more information about the Festival of Trees, Sticks and Stones Farm or The Greater Lakes Child Advocacy Center, visit us at or, or on Facebook





Mary Ann (Hines) Schoenfeld


Mary Ann (Hines) Schoenfeld, age 75, was born in Brooklyn, New York on August 30, 1940, and passed away on October 17, 2015 at 2:00 AM, due to complications of surgery. She had three siblings and she graduated from Clara Barton High School in Brooklyn. She married her beloved husband David Alan Schoenfeld on May 30, 1959. Maryann and David moved to Barnstead, New Hampshire when their children were young and raised their family there. Maryann had a very long career at Globe Fire Suit Company in Pittsfield, New Hampshire. After she and her husband retired they moved to Las Vegas, where several family members lived. They enjoyed living there with their daughter, Trish. The family attended Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.


She was a hard-working, happy person with a good sense of humor who enjoyed dining out and an occasional trip to the casinos in Vegas. She is survived by her son David J. Schoenfeld, daughter Trish Ann Schoenfeld and granddaughter Amanda Jean Schoenfeld. She is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews from both sides of the family. 


She is predeceased by her husband David A. Schoenfeld, brother William Hines, brother Charlie Hines, and sister Irene Hines.








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