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Chichester NH News

June 3, 2015

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Happy Anniversary to Jason and Kelly Brudniak on June 3.



Happy Birthday to Kimberly Harris on June 5, Josh Duford on June 7, and Brian Menard on June 8.



The Chichester Historical Society will be attending the Annual Open House at the Sanborn Mill Farm in Loudon on June 14. There will be tours and demonstrations, a chance to see the mill, the gardens, and the working oxen and draft horses. Any Chichester residents who would like to attend are welcome to join the members of the Historical Society as a carpooling group. Plan to meet in the Town Hall parking lot across the street from the Historical Society building at 9:30 a.m. on the 14th. For further information call Lucille Noel at 798-5709.



The Historical Society is still looking for donations for their Yard Sale on June 6. Call Lucille Noel at 798-5709 if you have items to drop off.



Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News

Submitted By Carol Hendee 


Hot, hot hot!  Who would’ve thought it would happen!  We have tank tops, shorts, and sandals.  We have many toys for the kids to enjoy for days they might be indoors as well as outdoors!  There are several nice wall-type pictures to spruce up any room.  As usual, we can use boys size 2-5 clothes - please label the bag so we can put those out first, thanks. 


We are at 345 Suncook Valley Hgwy (Rte 28) Chichester; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4.  247-7191.



Chichester Town Library News


The Down Cellar Book Club is meeting at noon today, Wednesday, at the Library.  Bring your lunch.


Bill Zarakotas will be presenting “Hitler’s Challenges to the International System” tonight, June 3rd, at the Library at 7 p.m.   This is the second in his series about World War II, the first program being, “What Led Up to the War.”  Thank you, Bill, for your efforts in keeping the whole picture available to the next generations.


Tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. will be stories, music and crafts for preschoolers.  


If you have liked crafting, but found the day and time commitments were previously difficult, then the new efforts of the Down Cellar Craft Group should be of interest to you.  They will be meeting on Wednesday, June 10th at 6:30 p.m.  This month’s project is a reed basket; so, some experience in basket-making would be helpful. Materials will cost $10 and new group members are welcome.


The Library Trustees meet in an open-meeting on the second Monday of the month, unless otherwise announced.  This month, they will be meeting on June 8th at 3 p.m.


The Chichester Photography Group is our featured art group for June and July.  They always bring a wonderful display of their their work for all of our enjoyment.  Come by and see their efforts.


There is also a summertime raffle, jointly sponsored by the Library and the Historical Society, of a Kewpie doll.  (Please see separate article on this item.)



Kewpie Doll Summer Raffle 


The Chichester Town Library and Historical Society have joined resources to offer a unique summer raffle item:  a Kewpie Doll with hand-crocheted blanket.  Kewpie dolls were initially conceived as comic strip characters by artist and writer Rose O’Neill and began to gain in popularity around 1909.  Although originally made as paper dolls, they have since been produced of many sizes and materials as complete dolls.  The collectability of Kewpie dolls has continued throughout the years, even as the popularity of the doll has waned or gained.  The worth of the dolls depend on many things, as is normal with any collectible.


The doll being offered in the raffle is around 12” tall and is made of vinyl.  It is in very good condition and is dressed in a lacey, summertime outfit with shoes and socks.  The blanket, lovingly made, has been donated along with the doll.  The doll can be seen at the Library and tickets can be purchased for 3 for $1.






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