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.
Chichester Grange will meet on Wednesday,
April 6, at 7 p.m. upstairs in the Grange Hall. This is the meeting
for the Baking Contest, so have those Blueberry Muffins ready! Mary
West has the program, and Kevin Belval is in charge of refreshments.
Happy Birthday to Avonne Jarvis on April 1
and Levi Cooper on April 4.
Out Of Your
Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol
We like to play “what is it?” when we do not know what an item is or
used for. Need your help with this. We have several black and
white framed photos of theater/opera people. We do not know who they
are. They are autographed for a person named Charlie. If
you know who they are and what they are worth, please stop by.
We also have a great double jogging stroller capable of carrying two
100 lb children! Spring merchandise is popping out!
We are on Rte. 28, 5 mi. north of the Epsom Circle, Chichester.
Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4.
Town Library News
Readers might want to cut out this article. The Down Under
used book sales have now been scheduled for 2016. All will be
held on a Saturday, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Although many, if not
all, will have a theme, the dates are provided below, with the
themes that are currently proposed:
April 16th: “Shakespeare and Other Great
May 21st: “Annual Plant Sale and Gardening”
June 11th: “Yard Sale”
August 27th: “Farmers’ Market”
April is shaping up to be a busy month at the Library. April
10th – 16th is National Library week, and we are planning to
celebrate it in various ways. As always, there will be an
interesting display, or two, at the Library. In addition,
every person coming into the Library to look around can enter a
raffle for a gift certificate from Dominick’s Pizza, Pasta and
Things to be awarded at the end of the week. (Raffle entries
for this group are limited to one/person per day.) An
additional raffle ticket will be given to those who get a Library
card while visiting. And, the receipt of a raffle ticket will
be extended to those who “Like” us on FaceBook during that week.
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 Poets will be meeting on
April 4th at 7 p.m.
The Book Club will be meeting on Thursday, April 7th at noon.
Bring your lunch and enjoy some great conversation.
The Adult and Teen Craft Group, who will be meeting at 6:30 p.m. on
Monday, April 11th, will be learning how to make soap. Others
are welcome to join this group; however, registration is necessary,
since there is a limited number of openings. A small fee to
cover the cost of materials will be charged. Call the Library
at 798-5613 to register and/or to ask questions. You can also
e-mail the Library at [email protected].
Every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m., the Knitting group meets at the
Library. Here is a great way to learn a new skill and hobby,
refresh your previously learned skills and/or just keep a marvelous
art alive. Bring your own project, new or old.
School Meeting- 3/5/2016
Went to the Chichester School Budget
hearing on Saturday, March 5, 2016. After the union thugs did their
test vote (65 voters school/21 voters taxpayers) (did not seem like
there were over 86 people in the gym) and saw they had the majority,
they went on a spending spree and rehired a teacher they did not
If the taxpayers want to regain their
rights of Wealth and Property and be represented instead of
plundered, we need to stand up to the plate and demand SB2 be
implemented on school and town budgets so everyone has a chance to
vote on the school and town spending, without fear of reprobation
because you dared vote against the union and factions in town and
you voted for the private citizens’ property rights to keep their
money for their family needs instead of the school and town’s
“Where an excess of power prevails,
property of no sort is duly respected. No man is safe in his
opinions, his person, his faculties, or his possessions.” James
Madison Carl Dow
Chichester Central School
Trimester 2 Honor Roll
Michael Cox, Lindsey Eaton, Lilly Losey, Sophia Sykes
Cameron Clarke, Mackenzie Hawkins, Devin Hubbard, Jace LaCross,
Michael McLaughlin, Zachary Miracle, Preston Monterio, Logan Purvis,
Joe Bourbeau, Colby Despres, Camden Kunitake, Michael Strazzeri, Jim
Isaiah Berkeley, Dale Brown, Andrew Chiavaras, Ayslin Claudio, Niomi
Jensen, Kelsey Montambeault, Tyler Nolan, Matthew O’Rourke, Tyler
Ryan Ardine, Emma Losey, Allison Miner, Summer Pescinski, Mason
Pillsbury, Michael Pitman, Abigail Randall, Nathan Smith, Matthew
Olivia Berkeley, Lucas Crowell, Brooke Davison, Laci Grillo,
Alex Chiavaras, Helen Cika, Corey Cleasby, Sophia Gulo, Lindsay
Hawkins, Leah LaCross, Robert Shaw
Ryan Casey, Brett Cassel, Katie Edmonds, Kelly Garnett, Jack
Harkness, Tim Harris, Bridget Mercier, Jason Quinno, Mercede
Alexandra Bonacorsi, Katie Jameson, Lauren Lehoulllier, Jacob
Marden, Stone Marston, Colby Mitchell, Jade Pescinski, Jacob
Skidmore, Jeff Wagner
Halah Abdelwahid, Jessica Boyajian, Samantha Boyajian, Julia
Harrison, Madyson Laflamme