The Pittsfield Senior Center
is expanding its transportation service into the surrounding area.
That means that senior residents of Chichester would be able to have
bus transportation into Concord for shopping or medical
appointments. If you would like to know more, call Carol at
local Charrette Team is looking for granite and flat stones suitable
for the new planter at the Grange/Town Hall. A local stone mason
will do the planter for free if we provide the stone. Call Lucille
at 798-5709 if you can help with this project.
Chichester Historical Society is looking for Chichester postcards.
Do you have one or more in your possession? The cards will be
scanned for the Historical Society archives and then returned to
you, the owner. If a sufficient variety of postcards can be located,
the Historical Society will see about making up a booklet about
Chichester postcards. The contact person for this project is Fred
Shaw. Give him a call at 798-5543 if you have postcards.
Pittsfield Cub Scout
Pack #84 Round-Up
13th • 6-8 PM
Pittsfield Community Ctr.
Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
some requests: men’s wallets; men’s 3X shirts; men’s shoes sizes 8
some sales for you: All socks - men’s, kids’, ladies 2 pr/25˘ this
& ladies tights 25˘ each.The last Thursday in Sept. comes early, it
is the 24th and that will be our 1/2 price day.
located 5 miles north of the Epsom Traffic circle, Chichester. Mon.
8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4. 247-7191.
Chichester Town Library News
Have you seen the dolls that are being raffled off? These
one-of-a-kind, soft sculpture dolls are really cute and lovable.
They will be cherished and admired for generations to come. So,
please take the opportunity to make them yours.
and crafts for preschool and kindergarten age children are scheduled
for tomorrow, Thursday, September 24th, at 10:30 a.m.
Down Cellar Writers’ group will meet on Monday, September 28th at 7
p.m. Facilitated by Mary Castelli, this group welcomes local
writers and poets who are welcome to bring and share their work.
past craft group meeting was a great success and next month’s
meeting (October 14th) has already been planned. It will be on
needle felting. Again, participation has to be limited and a
maximum of ten people can be accommodated. Please sign up, as soon
as possible. There will be a $5.00 cost for supplies.
Martin W. “Skip” Lawrence
Chichester- Martin W. “Skip” Lawrence age 63 of Swiggey Brook Rd.
died Saturday September 12 at his home surrounded by his family. He
was born in Concord, son of the late George and Virginia (Hopps)
Lawrence. He was a graduate of Pembroke Academy class of 1970. In
the early 70’s he joined the Pembroke Police Department. After his
time on the force he went to work for Pitco where he was in sales
for 26 years. After retiring from Pitco he went to work for
Kittredge Equipment in Bow as a project manager.
was an avid fisherman, hunter and woodworker. He loved attending
his grandchildren’s sporting events.
predeceased by his wife Donna who died this February.
survived by two sons; Shawn Lawrence and his wife Brandy of Epsom,
Jeremy Lawrence and his wife Jessica of Epsom, two daughters; Marcie
Russell and her husband Tully of Pembroke, Beth Waldron and her
husband Jonathan of Strafford, seven grandchildren; Connor, Megan,
Jason, Haleigh, Aidan, Isabel and Olivia, three brothers; James
Lawrence of Canterbury, Earl Mackenzie of Farmington, Timothy
Mackenzie of Gilford, one sister; Tammy Badger of Pembroke, and his
step father; Earl Mackenzie.
services were held in the Chapel of the Waters Funeral Home. Rev.
Gabriel Rogers officiated.
of flowers donations may be made in Martin’s memory to the Wildlife
Heritage Foundation PO Box 3993, Concord NH 03302.