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Chichester NH News

August 26, 2015

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Support for Hayden


Thank you to all the local businesses, friends, and family that made raffle donations, financial donations and those who came to support Hayden and her family on August 7th. The dance was a great success, raising almost $2500 for the family’s upcoming expenses. Hayden WAS scheduled for her surgery on Friday, August 21st, so say an extra prayer and send well wishes her way for a quick and healthy recovery. Thank you again for all your support, it was and is greatly appreciated.



It’s back to school time. Please be on the alert for children near school bus stops and drive carefully.



Jamie Pike, Chichester’s Administrative Assistant, has accepted the position of Town Administrator for the Town of Francestown. His last day at the Chichester Town Office will be September 3, if you would like to drop by and wish him well before then.



Take out your calendar and write in the “Fall Harvest Fair” at the Chichester Historical Society on Sunday afternoon, September 20, at 2 p.m. On that day you can participate in making cider with an old-fashioned press, watch wool being spun into yarn, decorate some pumpkins, dip a candle or two, and  participate in other child and adult friendly activities. For information, call Lucille at 798-5709.



Chichester Grange will meet on Wednesday, September 2, at 7 p.m. upstairs in the Grange Hall. 


Anne Boisvert is in charge of the program and Carolee Davison is in charge of refreshments.



Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News

Submitted By Carol Hendee 


Back to school it is! Remember, our jeans for kids are $2.00 and tops mostly $1.00. We have several lunch bags.  The longer shorts are still out as well as  spaghetti strap tanks. 


This week: ladies scarves 25˘ each and all games, puzzles (adults & kid) 25˘. 


Come pickup your free backpack, if you haven’t done so already. 


Rte 28 North, Chichester, near the Pittsfield line.  Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4.  247-7191.



Chichester Town Library News


Supporters of the Library are very special people, whether you come in to check out the newest arrivals, purchase/donate books at the Down Under Used Book Sales, purchase raffle tickets and/or participate in the various programs.  The Library thanks all of you.


It has been noted that the Children’s Section of the Down Under Used Books could use an infusion of books.  If you have some that are in good shape and that you would like to donate, please drop them off at the Library.


The Library has purchased one of the more advanced versions of Snap Circuits, an electronic and educational toy.  At this time, the “toy” will only be available for enjoyment and exploration at the Library.  This is suitable for anybody interested in science, electronics, building circuits and making things “work.”   


Don’t forget, there are only a few days left to purchase raffle tickets for the Kewpie doll, Precious Moments tea set and the collectible Victorian Bradley doll. 


Book Club will meet on Thursday, September 3rd, at noon to discuss Moloka’l by Alan Brennert.  The selection for September is The Memory of Running, by Ron McLarty.  This 2004 novel certainly looks like an interesting read.  Narrated by a Viet Nam War veteran, the book relates his bike ride across the country and an examination of the broken life which had led him here.  Members of the group and others who are interested can pick up a copy at the Library.


There will be no meeting of the Down Cellar Poets in September.


The Library will be closed for Labor Day, September 7th.



Chichester Massage Welcomes Jessica Kremidas 


Our business has grown thanks to you and we are happy to announce that Jessica Kremidas  has joined the Chichester Massage team.  Jessica received her massage training from Hesser College in 2010 and is a proud member of the American Massage Therapy Association. Prior to Hesser, she earned her Bachelors of Science in Biology from North Carolina Wesleyan College.  She brings with her a wealth of knowledge in Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Pregnancy Massage, Core Strengthening and Sports Massage.  Jessica continues to learn new techniques to address her clients’ needs and says “watching the healing benefits of massage touch and strengthening the life of my clients keeps me energized and striving to learn more.”  She is a welcome addition to our Chichester Massage team.  Jessica joins Amy Troy, Cheryl Kollett, Shannon Nickerson, and Ann Underwood at Chichester Massage to offer clients more availability for scheduling appointments.


Jessica is currently accepting new clients and is available by appointment Monday, Thursday, Friday, & Saturday.  Save $10 on a one hour massage with Jessica now through the month of September.  To schedule an appointment call Chichester Massage at 798-4669.  For more information and prices, visit our website at



Chichester Fire/Rescue Department

Incident Log July 2015

Respectfully Submitted,

Edward Millette, Deputy Fire Chief


The Department had 26 calls for service in the month of June:

19 Rescue and Emergency Medical Calls

2 Good Intent Calls

1 False Alarms and False Calls

3 Service Calls

1 Fire


Thank you to the citizens of Chichester for your support as we continue to offer the best emergency services possible.



Chichester Grange


With fans on high speed members of Chichester Grange gathered for a meeting on August 19. During the business meeting, plans were made for a late fall Penny Sale with a Christmas theme. The exhibit planned by Mary West took Best of Show at the Stratham Fair in July. It will be set up again at the Hopkinton and Deerfield Fairs.


In an effort to beat the heat with positive thinking the program theme was Polar Bears and Penguins. Members learned interesting facts about both species, sang a couple of child-friendly songs, and finished the program by tracing their hands on paper to form either a polar bear or a penguin. Did you know that as the polar ice cap shrinks, the habitats of the polar bear and the grizzly are beginning to overlap? Interbreeding between the two species has already produced a few “grizlars.”


Chichester Grange will be back on a schedule of two meetings per month starting in September. The next meeting will be September 2nd.






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