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Chichester NH News

September 25, 2013

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Does anyone have ideas for a theme for Chichester Old Home Day 2014? The theme is used in decorating floats for the parade and sometimes to suggest events at Carpenter Park. Contact Hannah West at 798-5783 or [email protected], leave a note at Frekey’s Dairy Freeze or contact any member of the Old Home Day Committee. The committee would like to set a theme at their October meeting.



Chichester Grange will meet on Wednesday, October 2, at 7 pm upstairs in the Grange Hall. Anne Boisvert is in charge of the program and Mary West will provide refreshments.



Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News 

Submitted By Carol Hendee


First, thank you to two ladies who answered the call for “scrubs.” We now have a nice selection to choose from. Thank you also to everyone who donated items from yard sales. We truly appreciate your thinking of The Attic for reuse and repurpose items that “were not going back into the house!”


We have a nice selection of dolls, toys and all books will be 2/25¢ Wed.-Sat. September 25-28. We have some great cookbooks to choose from. 


We could use onesies, size 0-3 months for the layette bags.


We are 5 miles north of the Epsom Circle next to Parker’s Restaurant and are open Mon. 8-12; Tues. and Thurs. 8-4; Wed 11-4; Sat. 10-4. You can call us at 247-7191.



Chichester Town Library News


Story Hour and Crafts for pre-kindergartners and kindergartners will continue on Monday, September 23rd, 3:00 pm at the Library. This is a fun time for the little ones!

Congratulations to the winners of the Summer Reading Program in the 8-12 year old group! They are being treated to pizza and a movie on Friday, September 27th, at 5:30 pm, at the Library.


“Northern Trespass,” a documentary film about the opposition to the Northern Pass Transmission Project, will be shown at the Grange, 54 Main Street, on Wednesday, September 25th, at 7 pm.  (Note: Representatives of the Northern Pass Project have said they will come to Chichester at a date to be determined to present the benefits of this hydro-power project.)


Save the dates (more information to come):


Friday, October 4th, 7 pm at the Grange, 54 Main St., John Bruno, “Know Your Antiques.”


Saturday, October 5th, 8 am - 1 pm, “Down Under” Book Sale.


Wednesday, October 9th, 7 pm, in the “Down Under” section at the Library, a craft group is organizing.


Thursday, October 17th, 7 pm, in the “Down Under” section at the Library, Atty. Edward “Ted” Beasley will address many of the concerns of our aging population including creating a trust to protect assets and end-of-life decision making.



Chichester Grange


Chichester Grange met at the Grange Hall on September 18. Members enjoyed a pot luck supper before the meeting. The charter was draped in loving memory of Shirley Waters.


The downstairs hall has been reserved for a Penny Sale on November 2. The sale will have a Christmas theme and soup and rolls will be sold as “value added.” Chichester Grange will have an exhibit in the Grange and Community Building at the Deerfield Fair. It was voted to purchase two pairs of winter boots to bring to the State Grange annual meeting for the “Galoshes from Grangers” project. Chichester Grange will also sponsor a child for Project Santa this year in memory of Shirley Waters who was active in both the Grange and the State Employees Association.


The program, presented by Carolee Davison, was about giant vegetables. Members guessed the size or weight of various record-setting vegetables and received normal-sized fruits and vegetables as prizes. They learned that giant vegetables require special seeds and excellent growing conditions. Alaska is a good place to grow giant vegetables because of the many hours of daylight during the growing season there.


The next meeting will be October 2. Anne Boisvert is in charge of the program and Mary West is in charge of refreshments.






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