The Inn at Deerfield, a nonprofit home specializing in dementia
care, is hosting a Flu Clinic on Thursday, September 24 from 2 to 4
The Concord Regional VNA will be providing flu shots for ages 3 and
over. The cost is $30, cash or check. However, if you have insurance
through a Medicare Advantage Plan, Medicare Part B, Medicaid,
Harvard Pilgrim or Anthem (prefix of NHN, NHP, YGG, EHH or Federal),
your insurance will be billed for the immunization. You must have
your insurance ID card with you at the clinic.
The Inn is located at 34 Ridge Road in Deerfield.
Appointments for the flu shot are encouraged, but drop-ins will be
welcome as supplies allow. Please contact Kelly at 463-7002 or
[email protected] for questions or
to make an appointment.
MUM SALE FUNDRAISER
Valley Sno Riders snowmobile club is holding its 4th annual Fall Mum
Saturday Sept. 12 & Sunday Sept. 13 (9am-5pm)
EXIT Reward Realty's field (Corner of Rt. 28 & River Rd) in
also be selling fall decorative items like hay bales and corn
For more information see the club's FaceBook page: www.facebook.com/groups/svsnoriders/
September is here and the Chichester United Methodist Church’s
Community Suppers are starting. September 9th, at 6:00 at the
Parish Hall, will be the first supper: Chicken Parmesan. There are
schedules at the Parish Hall for the rest of 2015. The suppers are
the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month. Donations are
The Chichester Historical Society will hold a “Fall Harvest Fair” on
Sunday afternoon, September 20th, from 2 to 4 p.m. The fair will be
at the society’s museum, 49 Main St. Bring the family to take part
in making apple cider with an old-fashioned press, watch wool being
spun into yarn, make a corn husk doll, try a traditional old-time
craft, and decorate some pumpkins. There will be food and plenty of
time to visit our now exhibit “rooms” as well as enjoy conversation
with friends and neighbors. Please park in the Grange/Town Hall
parking lot across the street from the historical society building.
The Chichester Heritage Committee will meet on Thursday, September
17th, at 7 p.m. at the Library. All are welcome. Anyone interested
in the preservation of historical, cultural, and scenic resources in
Chichester is encouraged to attend.
The 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 Grange will meet on Wednesday, September 16, at 7 p.m.
upstairs in the Grange Hall. Members will attempt to exemplify the
1st Degree, so as not to lose the Grange heritage.
Derek Dwayne Lee of Chichester graduated Aug. 7, 2015, from Clemson
Lee graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental and
Lee was among 864 students who received degrees in commencement
ceremonies at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South
Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
I want to thank a volunteer at the Attic for driving a car load of
kids’ winter clothes (jackets, hats, mittens, hoodies, etc.) to
Colebrook. There is a tremendous need for winter apparel in that
area. We were able to send what we had for the school-aged
children. We may be able to do another run in the winter. If you
have winter clothing you wish to contribute, just mark it Colebrook
and we will get it there.
Sadly, summer attire is in hibernation until next spring, but lovely
fall decorations are out, along with long sleeve shirts, etc. Don’t
forget to “look up” at the wonderful pictures on the walls. Brighten
your walls with some new-to-you artwork.
We are on Rte 28. 5 mi. north of the the Epsom Circle, Chichester.
Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4. 247-7191.
Chichester Town Library News
Here’s hoping you had a great Labor Day weekend and found some time
The Teen Advisory Group will meet on Saturday, September 12th at
10:30 a.m. to continue their work on the documentary project of
“living histories” of Chichester residents.
The Library Trustees will be meeting on Monday, September 14th at 3
p.m. This is an open meeting where the Trustees conduct the
official business of the Library. If residents have a question or
concern to pose to the Trustees, they are most welcome to attend.
Monday, September 14th will be the meeting of the Adult and Teen
Craft Group. This month’s activity (weaving a bread basket) had a
limited number of openings; but, call the Library to see about
anyone who may have cancelled. This group is, however, usually open
to interested residents.