Please join the Chichester PTO for their annual Easter Egg Hunt on
Saturday March 26th at 10:00am SHARP. We hear the Easter Bunny
will be stopping by to say hello to all the children. The
event is open to children pre-k - 5th grade. The event will be
rain or shine. We hope to see you there!
At the March 12 Town Meeting all the
articles passed except for the one about paving two sections of
Hutchinson Road. Congratulations to Ewen MacKinnon for an excellent
job as Moderator.
The Chichester Methodist Church will have a Sunrise Service in front
of the church on Easter morning, March 27th. The Sunrise service
will be at 6:30 and breakfast will be in the Parish Hall next door
at 7:00. There will also be an Easter Sunday Service at 10
a.m. in the church. Please join us.
Please come to the CYA Spring Fling on April 2nd. The CYA is
hosting this Adult Dance Fundraiser to raise money for Chichester
Youth Sports. Spring Fling will be held at the Concord/Epsom Elks on
Rte. 28 South of the Epsom Circle and listen/dance to DJ Eric. Enjoy
appetizers and a cash bar. There will be raffles and 50/50
tickets to purchase. Come enjoy an evening out and support a great
cause. Doors open at 6:30 with dancing beginning at 7:00. Tickets
are $20 per person or $35 a couple. Please email, Text, or FB Tammy
Montambeault for more information or tickets.
566-5771 or 798-3806.
Happy Birthday to Sean Menard and Keith Davison, Sr., on March 26.
Hope in Christ Church invites you to join us March 27th at 6:20 A.M.
as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus at Easter Sunrise Service.
The church address is 153 Main Street, Chichester 03258.
You are welcome to park in the church parking lot. The service
will take place across from the church in Coffey Field. Our Worship
Service will be held at 10 A.M. We look forward to seeing you.
Out Of Your
Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol
Remember, this Sunday, March 27th, is
Easter!! Come pick up a fuzzy stuffie bunny, chicken, or duck or
some other Easter decoration (we have a few baskets left).
Then we are on to Spring! We have some garden statuary (needs
painting), so you can get an early start on garden decor.
We still are receiving requests for menís jeans 32-36 and long menís
shorts (like basketball length). If you are cleaning out your
book cases, we can use a new supply, books have been leaving
rapidly, so glad people are enjoying them again and again.
345 Suncook Valley Hgwy, Chichester; Mon.
8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4; Sat. 10-4; 247-7191.
Town Library News
Not all non-fiction books are textbooks and heavy reads. The
Library purchases a variety of them and some are even fun to read.
Weíll be highlighting some of these non-fiction books in future
submissions. In the meantime, come into the Library to see
whatís on hand.
The Library also has quite a selection of
donated magazines for the publicís reading pleasure.
The regularly scheduled story and crafts
time for preschoolers, kindergarteners and their parent/caregiver
will be tomorrow at 10:30 a.m.
The Down Cellar Writers meet on Monday,
March 28th, at 7 p.m.
The Photography Group will also meet on
Monday, March 28th, at 7 p.m.
Itís almost time for the ďorganizedĒ used book sales to begin.
If you are Spring cleaning and want to recycle some of your books,
please consider donating them to the Library for the Down Under Book
Sales. Many a great book has been enjoyed by many through this
Letter To The
Itís no surprise that the taxpayers didnít
vote in favor of Warrant Article #15 to pave Hutchinson Road. The
heightened awareness brought to lack of attention to gravel roads in
town made this a Ďwiní and worth all our efforts.
It is unfortunate that we pay the same tax
rate as other citizens on paved roads and yet cannot live the same
quality of life without much controversy and a majority vote. I was
approached by other residents who live on our gravel roads and have
some of the same concerns. To those residents... Iím happy to share
what I have learned through this process - email me! Also, I
encourage you to attend RAC and BOS meetings to share your concerns
A special thanks to all the neighbors on
Hutchinson Road who dedicated their time and efforts!
Congratulations on our Ďwin!í
Letter To The
Itís no surprise that I wish to take this opportunity to thank
everyone for your support during Chichesterís 2016 Town Election.
Tom Jameson won the Selectman vote with 42% and best wishes to him.
You helped me obtain a respectable 24% of the vote! Thatís a
very good showing for a first-time runner, especially since there
has not been a female selectman candidate for decades.
Thank you to all who offered encouragement to run, advice, letters
of endorsement, campaign sponsorship, sign placement, supportive
emails and phone calls, and on election day, your votes and words of
enthusiasm to run again, if not elected this time. I am not
giving up the ship, so stay tuned.