Come one, come all to Epsom Bible Church’s First Annual Community
Chili Cook-Off! This is a community event so please come. There are
3 Categories: Meat Lovers, Vegetarian, and Little Chilies (under 18
There will be up to 8 entrants in each category.
Those wanting to register must do so by contacting Joanne Randall
at [email protected].
First come, first served. Entrants must provide list of ingredients
by November 1st. All ingredients must be listed for those with
allergies. You will not provide a recipe, only ingredients. Judging
will be done by votes of guests and final vote count is final, no
recalls. Contact Joanne Randall for details. 603-344-8843 We are
looking for volunteers to help set up and clean up as well. Epsom
Bible Church is located at 398 Black Hall Road, Epsom.
Thank you to the following local businesses who made donations to
the golf tournament benefitting Epsom Central School’s Class of 2014
trip to Washington, DC. Your generous contributions were greatly
appreciated and will help make it possible for all 8th grade
students to attend this historic trip! Town & Country Reprographics
(Concord), Ninety Nine Restaurant (Concord), D’Tangles Salon
(Epsom), Chuckster’s (Chichester), The Circle Restaurant (Epsom),
Kreative Flowers and Gifts (Chichester), Dunkin Donuts (Epsom),
Canterbury Woods Country Club (Canterbury), Beaver Meadow Country
Club (Concord), Tim’s Truck Capital (Epsom), Wiley Management /Epsom
Circle Mart (Epsom), DBU Construction (Epsom).
Remember the good old days when you used to walk up to Green’s Drug
Store and get your tickets to the Pittsfield Players’ shows?
Well those days are back - you can purchase Thoroughly Modern Millie
tickets on Sat., Nov. 2 from 10-2 and Sunday, Nov. 3 from 11-1 at
the Scenic Theatre on Depot Street in Pittsfield.
Tickets are $17/each; $15 for seniors. The show is Friday and Sat.,
Nov. 8 & 9 at 7:30 PM, Sunday, Nov. 10 at 2PM and Friday and Sat.,
Nov. 15 & 16 at 7:30PM.
Epsom Bible Church To Host “Walk Thru The Bible”
Walk Thru the Bible live events are unlike any other Bible teaching
you’ve experienced. Our live events unpack the big picture of the
Bible in an exciting, engaging way that brings people together and
ignites passion for God’s Word.
Teaching God’s Word. Revitalizing People’s Walk. Change lives.
That’s exactly what a Walk Thru the Bible live event does. It’s not
a class, not a typical seminar or a boring lecture. It’s a
one-of-a-kind, highly dynamic, memorable event that helps you
understand God’s Word and make the connection between His story and
Walk Thru the Bible Live Events help you experience God’s story like
never before. Experience a live event today and walk away renewed,
better equipped for your journey, and with a greater understanding
of God’s Word
Our church will provide light refreshments during each of 2 short
breaks. There will also be an “on your own” one hour lunch period.
Cost: $17 per person. Contact the Epsom Bible Church
Office to reserve your seats, 603-736-9354 or email at
Area Students Named To Colby-Sawyer College Dean’s List
Colby-Sawyer College has named the following students to the Dean’s
List for academic achievement during the 2013 spring semester. To
qualify for the Dean’s List, students must achieve a grade-point
average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.0 scale while carrying a minimum of
12 credit hours in graded courses.
Emily Belanger of Epsom.
Kelsey Wrye of Pittsfield.
Colby-Sawyer College is a comprehensive college that integrates the
liberal arts and sciences with professional preparation. Founded in
1837, Colby-Sawyer is located in the scenic Lake Sunapee Region of
central New Hampshire.
Valley Artisans Artist for October
Joyce Lemay from Chichester is our Artisan, she has been with us for
the 32 seasons we have been open. An accomplished quilter who has
made many appliqued wall hangings and quilted table runners, she
also hand stitches old style felt Christmas Ornaments, plus many
more wonderful items, she has donated a Halloween style wall hanging
to our free raffle, to see a photo of the item go to our Facebook
facebook.com/valleyartisansnh, and press the “like” button
and you will get all our updates and photos.
We are also open for after hour shopping, if you can’t get to the
shop within our business hours or would like to have a shopping
party with friends. Please call the shop for more information.
We are located at 10 Goboro Rd. Epsom, N.H. phone # 736-8200,
business hours are 10 am to 6 pm. Open from Wednesday thru. to
Kerry Wolf To Lead Worship Service At New Rye Church This Sunday
Kerry Wolf of Sangrove, PA – a talented gospel musician and ordained
minister – will lead the 10 a.m. worship service at New Rye Church
on Sunday, October 20. He is not only a wonderful musician but he
has also overcome severe injuries and handicaps to continue to
serve. His philosophy, which is exemplified by his life, is, “Work
hard, do your best and then let God do the rest.”
Wolf survived a terrible car accident in 2002, in which one of his
arms was severely injured, and he has battled epilepsy but these
have not stopped him from doing what he loves – bringing his
inspirational music and God’s message to people in all walks of
life. He visits residents in nursing homes individually and performs
at a variety of venues, including church services, weddings,
anniversaries, special occasions, and dinners. He has been in the
music business for about 45 years now and has recorded 2 CD’s. Many
of the songs on these were also written by Wolf, who has a smooth
The public is invited to attend an inspirational worship service of
gospel/folk music at New Rye Church, 289 New Rye Road in Epsom, this
Sunday when Kerry Wolf will lead the service. A love offering will
be received. Please call Rev. Jim Young at 736-9279 for directions
or more information.
Ethan T. Keeler
Ethan T. Keeler, 20, a lifelong Epsom resident, died Tuesday,
October 8, 2013.
Ethan loved family and friends and spending time outdoors. He
enjoyed paintball, hunting and fishing and was an avid knife
collector. He also liked soccer and was on the high school golf
team when he attended Pembroke Academy.
Ethan is survived by his loving family – his father, Eric Keeler of
Epsom; a sister, Melissa Keeler of Concord; a brother, Brandon
Keeler of Epsom; his nephew, Cooper of Concord; and his paternal
grandparents, Duane and Norma Keeler of Meredith and Florida. He
also leaves aunts, uncles, cousins, many friends and his best friend
of all, Gus.
A memorial gathering will be held Friday from 5-8 PM at the Still
Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home, 1217 Suncook Valley Hwy. in Epsom.
Services will be Saturday at 1 PM at the New Rye Union
Congregational Church, followed by burial in the New Rye Cemetery.
The family requests that no flowers be sent, but that donations be
made to Phoenix House New Hampshire, 106 Roxbury Street, Keene, NH
An on-line guest book is available at