On Wednesday, September 14, at 6 p.m. the Chichester United
Methodist Church will resume their Community Suppers. Chicken
Parmesan is on the menu. These suppers are open to the public and
free to anyone who chooses to partake. Donations are accepted and
used to cover costs of future suppers. Chichester Methodist’s
new Pastor Travis Allen will be there with his family. Stop in
and meet the new pastor and have a great meal.
The Chichester Heritage Commission meets on Thursday, Sept. 15th, at
7 p.m. in the Town Library, 161 Main Street. Anyone interested
in preservation of old houses and barns, as well as historic
landmarks is encouraged to attend. All meetings are open to the
In addition to mowing his own sizeable lawn, Nate Bronnenberg mows
the lawn adjacent to and behind the Historical Society museum,
keeping the area looking really neat and clean. Thank you, Nate, for
being such a good neighbor. At Thunder Bridge, Laurie and Jay
Baas make an extra effort to see that the flowers are cared for and
the area remains a pleasing place to visit. Thank you, Laurie and
Jay. The folks at the museum are thankful for the volunteers who
appreciate the importance of preserving and maintaining Chichester’s
historical past. It is through the work of all the volunteers that
the museum is made possible.
Chichester Grange meets on Wednesday,
September 21, at 7 p.m. upstairs in the Grange Hall. Members will
exemplify the Second Degree. Carolee Davison is in charge of
The 15th annual CYA Golf tournament is
October 1st at Beaver Meadow Golf Club. We hope you will support the
CYA by donating a raffle item, donating funds, becoming a sponsor,
and/or taking part in the tournament. Please visit
chichesteryouth.com for forms and more information.
The Suncook Valley Sno-Riders snowmobile
club is holding it’s annual Fall Mum Sale Fundraiser!
When: Saturday Sept 17 & Sunday Sept 18
(9am - 3pm)
Where: EXIT Reward Realty’s field (Corner of Rte 28 & River Rd) in
For more information see the club’s Facebook page:
Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol
Some of the sales for this week: A Bag of books (Market Basket
paper bag) $1.00; Children’s hard cover “little” books 2/25¢;
All Material 1/2 price - time to start those quilts and other fall
projects! Barbie and Barbie-doll like dolls $1.00; Dish
sets, single plates, cups and saucers, priced to sell!
The Attic is located on Rte 28 North, near the Pittsfield line, next
to Parkers in the Blueberry Plaza. Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs.
8-4; Wed. 11-4; Sat. 10-4. 247-7191.
Public Library News
The Summer Reading Program stats are in! 60 children signed up
and read a total of 601 hours! Congratulations to all who
The programs to be held at the Library
this week include: Chichester Agricultural Commission on Wed. Sept.
14 at 7:00 pm The Heritage Commission will meet Thursday Sept. 15 at
7:00-this is an open meeting to discuss preservation of Chichester’s
historic & scenic sites.
The Down Under Bookstore Sale will be held Saturday, Sept. 17,
8:00am to 1:00 pm. Come Browse the latest selection of books
that are for purchase from $.25 paperbacks & up!
Those of you with Toddlers and
Preschoolers-make plans to attend the Library Story Hours, starting
Thursday Sept. 22 at 10:30-there will be music, a story, crafts &
Some of the new book purchases include: Short & Tall Tales by
Lilian Jackson Braun; Jack Reacher, 61 Hours by Lee Child; Patricia
Cornwell’s newest Scarpetta novel; and a non-fiction of current
events: The War on Cops by Heather MacDonald.
Please remember, the Library is a great location for dropping off
food & supplies for the Chichester Food pantry-you do not have to
make two trips-when you are returning a book or taking out a new
one, drop off an item (canned, boxed) for the food pantry.