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Chichester NH News

April 24, 2013

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The Chichester Youth Association (CYA) has been selected a recipient of a program that the Comcast Corporation promotes called Comcast Cares, where they reach out to help a local non-profit organization to better the community. This will happen on Saturday, April 27th from around 8 am-12 pm and we will have a number of projects around Carpenter Park that we will be working on to brighten things up. 


The way that this works is they actually make a donation towards materials in advance and then based upon the number of people who show up, they will make another donation in the future, so it’s imperative that we get as many people to participate as possible.  Any amount of time is helpful and this is an event for the whole family. Kids are encouraged to participate and we will have projects for all including painting, gardening, building, field maintenance, etc.  


Please feel free to contact Joe Montambeault at [email protected] or 603-566-1507 for more info on how you can help.  Please help to make this a huge success and the park something that we can all be proud of.



Chichester Grange will meet on Wednesday, May 1, upstairs in the Grange Hall. The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with the Turkey Supper that was postponed from last meeting. The meeting will follow at 7 p.m.



Happy Birthday to Chris Millette on April 29 and Joshua Stone on April 30.



If you enjoyed last year’s Penny Sales at the Grange Hall you will be pleased to know that another one is coming up on the morning of Saturday, May 18. If you have never been to a Penny Sale, set the date aside and find out how much fun they are. This Penny Sale will have value added in the form of baked goods.



Come enjoy a great day of fun with the family!

Jacquelyn Arell Disc Golf Tournament

(All proceeds go to help pay for Jackie’s New York City Photoshoot)

April 28, 2013

@ 10:30am

at The Woods

At Beauty Hill

557 Beauty Hill Road Barnstead, NH


Web Site:

$10.00 Per person 

Everyone is welcome! Call 603-724-4027 or 603-798-7549

to Pre-register

Food and drinks will be available for purchase

Rain Date: May 5, 2013



Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News 

Submitted By Carol Hendee


Check our prices vs. box stores. A big box store is advertising baby onesies for $6.99. Our price is $1.00!  We also have some for 50¢ and the red tag baby items for April are 25¢ including baby socks, pants and shirts.


The requests for the week include men’s fedora hats (like Dick Tracey) and bow ties.  People who are doing the costumes for school plays often shop in our store. Current needs are blue sweat pants for kids, knee high striped socks, a ladies yellow dress (size 16) and orange or yellow pants for kids (see why they are hard to find!) 


We are low on forks and spoons. We could also use some bags that are larger than the grocery store bags. Come see us on Route 28, 5 miles north from the Epsom Circle on the left.  We’re open Mon. 8-12; Tues. and Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4; Sat. 10-4. Phone number for  the Attic is 247-7191. The e-mail for Baby Threads and sewing questions is: [email protected].





Many have experienced the fear that comes with not having health insurance. Others are covered, but have seen their premiums rise exponentially. New Hampshire has an important opportunity that will address both of these problems: accepting federal funds to expand Medicaid.


Medicaid currently only covers low-income children, people with disabilities, and some parents. This leaves others to fall through the cracks without health coverage they can afford. Expansion would help solve this problem by covering more than 22,000 Granite Staters who would otherwise be uninsured.


A smaller uninsured population would also be good for businesses and consumers who pay for private insurance. Family plans cost around $1000 extra to make up for uninsured people who get care they can’t pay for.


In Concord, the House has already shown their support for the new coverage option. Now we need to ensure the Senate does the same. My Senator, John Reagan, has not yet announced his support for this commonsense solution.


I encourage Senator Reagan’s constituents to contact him at [email protected] or 603-463-3009 and ask that he do the right thing: accept federal funds and expand Medicaid. Reagan represents Allenstown, Chichester, Deerfield, Epsom, Loudon, Northwood, Nottingham, Pembroke, Pittsfield, Raymond, and Strafford.


Gloria Andrews




Concord Hospital Launches New Responsive Website 


Concord Hospital recently launched its new website aimed at reinforcing and promoting Concord Hospital’s brand and engaging the community through enhanced functionality and content. The new site meets the needs of the hospital’s growing mobile market and is built using responsive design technology – providing an optimal experience for all site visitors, regardless of how they access the site. 


“Concord Hospital is excited to provide an innovative online healthcare experience for our community,” says Pamela Puleo, vice president of community affairs at Concord Hospital. “The website offers evidence-based consumer health information and action-orientated tools to support our community members’ health journey.”


Concord Hospital’s new responsive website features a powerful search functionality to allow site visitors to find precisely what they are looking for. Additionally, the site search results include a brief summary of page content, related doctors and events. Other new features include provider, location and service directories, clinical trials and a class and event calendar. The site also offers access to the HealthWise Knowledgebase with thousands of easy-to-understand topics, tools and illustrations, animations, videos, quizzes, decision aids and an interactive symptom checker. 


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