Sign-up forms for CYA
Baseball and Softball (T-Ball, Rookies, Minors, Majors) are due on
February 22. A late fee will be charged from February 23 to March 1.
For further information contact Steve Burris:
[email protected] for
Baseball or Clark Thorne: [email protected] for
Happy Birthday to Patrick
Jarvis on February 12.
BCEP is seeking Community
Service volunteers on Saturdays to assist patrons with their
Please contact Lisa at
435-6237 if you would like to help out.
Congratulations to Kyle
Harrison, Majoring in Enviromental Studies and Policy, and Sarah
Hubbard, Majoring in Graphic Design & Digital Media, both of whom
were named to the Champlain College Dean’s List for achieving a
grade point average of 3.5 or higher in the Fall 2018 semester.
student Jason Smith of Chichester, majoring in Worship, was named to
the Dean’s Honor List for Fall 2018. This recognition required Smith
to maintain a 3.75 GPA and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Chichester Girl Scout
Troop 51641 will be hosting a Cookie Drive Thru on February 15th
from 3:30-6:30 at the Chichester Town Offices on Main Street in
Chichester. Cash and Credit is accepted. Preorders can be sent via
text to 608-6484.
Out Of Your Attic
Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
Valentine’s Day is fast
approaching. Pick up a card, stuffie, a little something - all
Valentine merchandise 1/2 price! Snow pants and girls
clothing-size 6 and up through teen, 1/2 price this week 2/4 -
We could use a donation
of a two-draw file cabinet. The Homeless shelter in Concord can use
sunglasses for men and dry creamer for coffee. If the weather is
“iffy,” call before coming. 247-7191.
345 Suncook Valley Hgwy
(Re 28) Chichester. Mon. 8-12; Tues & Thursday 8-4; Wed 11-4;
Chichester Town Library News
We’re making valentines
for veterans this week, which will then be delivered to the NH
Veterans’ Home in Tilton and/or The Liberty House in Manchester.
Materials are available at the library. This is just a small
way to remember our veterans.
Thanks to Elizabeth
Marston for sharing her talent and leading the class on Wednesday in
There will be new art
work displayed during the month of February. The works of our
budding artists from the Chichester Central School will be gracing
the walls of the library. Our thanks to the school and the
young artists. Come on by and enjoy their endeavors.
The Memory Café will be
held at the Epsom Library on Monday, February 11th, at 2 p.m.
The Knitting Group meets
on Wednesday afternoons, at 3:30 p.m.
Pre-school Story and
Crafts group meets on Thursday morning, at 10:45 a.m. The love
of books, reading and libraries starts at an early age.
Toddler Time is on
Tuesday mornings at 10:30.
Random Acts of Kindness
Day is February 17th. Some celebrate it as a whole week, while
others try to observe it every day. The library is trying to
spread the word and celebrate it for the week of February 17th-23rd.
Think of something nice to do, particularly for someone else.
Examples of random acts of kindness can even be found on the
internet. Remember, kindness almost always begets kindness!
Unless otherwise noted,
the hours of the library are: Monday and Wednesday, 2:30 -
8:30; Tuesday and Thursday, 10-1:30; Friday, 1:30-4:30; and Saturday
The library follows the
lead of the Chichester Central School on school closings or delays.
For updates, visit us on FaceBook and “Like” our page; or, check
with WMUR announcements/banners on closings or delays.
I am announcing my
candidacy for the Board of Selectmen in the March 12 election and
look for your support. I’ve been a resident of Chichester for a
short time but I’ve been in town doing volunteer work for almost ten
years. I am running for Selectmen because I am passionate about
keeping Chichester a great place to live and continue to become even
I want to ensure that
everyone’s voice is heard, from our senior citizens to our children,
from retirees to those just finding a home, and from people of all
backgrounds and abilities. I had the pleasure to meet more and more
residents this past year at different meetings and gatherings, and I
am excited to meet even more people this coming year.
I have been a member of
the planning board for the last past year and learnt a lot about the
town. I spent half the year as an alternate member and participated
in every meeting until I was appointed to a full member this past
year. I also served on the town Advisory Budget Committee this past
year until being appointed as interim Selectmen in November 2018.
I feel this past year has
been a great experience working with the different boards and the
members and understanding the policies of the town. Since
being a Selectmen the last few months, it has given me a broader
view of the town and the operation and responsibilities for that
I have moved my business
here to Chichester as well, and love being part of the community. If
you are interested in learning more, please reach out and contact me
with any question. I promise to continue to work hard to earn your
vote on March 12