Sean Menard was omitted from the 4th Quarter Chichester Central
Honor Roll. CCS is very sorry to have left Sean’s name off the list.
Great Job Sean for earning Honors!
Congratulations to Tyler McCullock of Chichester, who was among more
than 1,000 students to graduate from Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute. The 209th Commencement ceremonies, held in the East
Campus Athletic Village Stadium on May 30, included an address by
Admiral Michelle Howard, Vice Chief of Naval Operations.
McCullock earned a BS in Chemistry.
A benefit Dance is being held on Friday, August 7th,
from 7-11 p.m. at the Epsom Elks to help raise money for medical
expenses for Baby Hayden. Hayden was born with Down Syndrome and a
Congenital Heart Condition (full Atrioventricular Canal Defect) that
will require her in the next month or so to have open heart surgery.
Medical expenses add up quickly even for this hard working family.
Please help out this local family in this difficult time. Mike and
Caitlin (Twomey) Shultz would greatly appreciate it. There will be a
DJ, raffles, appetizers and a cash bar. Tickets are $20 each or $35
for a couple. Please contact Tammy Montambeault for more information
or to purchase tickets
[email protected] or 566-5771.
Happy Birthday to Myles Davison on July 26.
Are you on vacation and looking for something to do? The Chichester
Historical Museum is open every Tuesday from 9 a.m. until noon. The
museum now has exhibits on two floors. Come see a barn display with
real timber framing, a 50’s kitchen, equipment used by the
Chichester Fire Department, a Civil War display, and much more.
Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
We have a terrific supply of costume jewelry! A Big Thank you to
whoever dropped off this collection of pierced earrings, clip-ons,
screw earrings, necklaces and bracelets. If someone is looking for
unique earrings for a play, stop in and check this out.
A special 1/2 price day Sat., July 25th, sort of like our Christmas
in July, only we won’t be bringing all the items outside.
We will still have our regular 1/2 price Thursday end-of-the-month.
We are 5 mi. from the Epsom Cicle-Rte 28 North; Mon. 8-12; Tues. &
Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4. 247-7191.
Chichester Town Library News
Tonight, the participants of the Summer Reading Program will meet at
the Chichester Police Station at 7 p.m., where they will hear from
one of our police officers about their work, the dangers they face
and why many consider them to be heroes.
Tomorrow, July 30th, the Summer Story, Activity and Craft group will
meet at 10:30 a.m. The focus will be on trains, with songs,
stories, crafts and activities all focused on this mode of
On Monday, August 3rd at 7 p.m., as part of the Summer Reading
Program, the annual Lego Derby will be held. There can only be
eighteen (18) participants, so registrations should have already
been made. Check with Lisa to see if there is still room.
Down Cellar Poets will meet on August 3rd at 7 p.m. Facilitated by
Jimmy Pappas, this is a contemporary poetry writing and study
Molly Melissa White Dahl daughter of Pam white and Jeff
Dahl, CCS graduate 2008/Bishop Brady 2011, received a BFA in Dance
and graduated magna cum laude from Jacksonville University, April
2015. She currently is working /performing at Walt Disney World.
To all residents and taxpayers of Chichester, especially King Road
and Canterbury Road,
I strongly urge you to attend a public hearing on July 28, 2015 at
6:30 pm. Subject is an ordinance to stop heavy trucking on King and
Your tax dollars are paying for the repair and upkeep of these roads
and at present we have a fairly constant stream of the heaviest
trucks on the road using them as a shortcut. The
regulars now are 18 wheelers, double log trucks, cement trucks, dump
trucks, heavy equipment haulers, etc.
These are residential roads and are not designed for this use and
abuse. It is a money issue, a safety issue and extreme annoyance
issue, as the parade of empty dump trucks hit the bumps with their
tailgates sounding like thunderclaps.
Personally I have had to get a new well put in after a tri-axle dump
truck loaded with salt headed for another town overturned and dumped
its load of salt in front of my house. I submitted a letter to the
selectmen back in January, followed by a petition signed by many
neighbors I was able to speak to against this trucking. After taking
it under advisement, hopefully this matter will be resolved.