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Epsom NH News

December 9, 2015

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Santa’s Workshop is coming to the Epsom Central School on Saturday, December 12 from noon to 4. Admission is one canned good (no glass or perishables) per person which will be donated to the Epsom Food Pantry. There is a need for tuna and canned meat, but all donations are welcome and appreciated!


If you are a crafter or cook we are offering a limited number of vendor tables. Each spot is only $5 and you keep all the profits. Please call Susan Pagano at 603-229-2510 if you’d like to reserve a table.





Epsom Central School To Host Scholastic Book Fair Event December 8th To December 12th The Epsom Central School PTO will host a Scholastic Book Fair from 12/8/15 to 12/11/15 during school hours.


The Book Fair will feature a special Family Event during Santa’s Workshop on Saturday, December 12with crafts, raffles, and other great activities for kids and families. This is from noon to 4.


The Book Fair will be open daily from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM, 12/8 to 12/12.


Epsom Central School, 282 Black Hall Road Please contact Susan Pagano, bookfair chairperson, at [email protected] with any questions or comments. Thank you!



American Legion

Lasagna/Spaghetti Supper

December 19, 2015


1044 Short Falls Rd., Epsom, NH


Includes: garlic bread, salad, coffee, cold drinks, desserts.

Price: Adults $8.00, Children 10 and under $5.00 Come and enjoy a great meal and good company.



Epsom Food Pantry


Well, our Thanksgiving Baskets went well. I thought the baskets and their contents looked just absolutely wonderful. The only glitch we had was in the pick up of the baskets themselves. Some folks just did not make their pick up or send anyone on their behalf. Therefore, we were on the phone calling around and it was Monday night before the majority were picked up.


This can’t happen with the Christmas Baskets. They need to be picked up on December 22nd between 10AM and Noon.  So what that means, folks, is you must make arrangements in that time frame to have someone pick up for you, if you cannot make it.


We truly don’t mean to sound harsh, but you must remember all pantry personnel are volunteers and this is the last week before Christmas, so everyone is very busy. As you all know from times past, the baskets are great, so don’t let your family miss out.


At this time we want to thank all of you who have so generously donated to the Pantry throughout 2015. Thank You, Thank you, one and all, from the bottom of our hearts. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Remember: Dec 22nd 10:00AM to Noon. 

Until next time,






The rest of Classic-U’s raffle winners; Patty Morse pictured with stylist and owner Mary Brown; Heidi Munson pictured with stylist, Kayte Tocci and Catherine Goff, who’s son Alex won the gift of beauty and gave it to his mom, pictured with Mary Brown




Gloria H. (Johnson) Toothaker

Epsom – Gloria Helen (Johnson) Toothaker, 88, passed away peacefully at Harris Hill Center in Concord, surrounded by her family, on September 15, 2015, after a long illness.


The eldest child of Doris (Luce) and Albin Johnson, Gloria was born in Lowell, MA and graduated from Tewksbury High School.  She and her husband Roger raised their family in Billerica, MA, and after many summers at their cottage on Northwood Lake, built their retirement home on the Suncook River in Epsom.


She was honored by the American Rosie the Riveter Association for distinguished service rendered as a working woman of World War II and earned her CNA later in life working as a visiting care giver in the Epsom area.


Gloria and Roger loved travel and exploration, touring Europe, Scotland and New Zealand, as well as many road trips back and forth to Florida visiting friends.  She had a real eye for photography and was able to capture beautiful panoramic vistas.  She had an extensive collection of books and music and kept the most lovely flower gardens.  There was always a large puzzle that all were invited to help with and intricate knitting or crochet projects in the works.


Gloria was determined to make the most of her life and live it to the fullest.


Predeceased by her husband Roger, brother Carlton, and sister-in-law Virginia, Gloria is survived by her children, Janice Greenleaf and Carol Toothaker, both of Epsom, and William Toothaker of Windsor; 7 grandchildren, Michelle and her husband Mike, Crystal, Geoff, Amber, Will, James and Kt; 4 great grandchildren, Nicholas, Aeven, Teanna, and Jonathan; siblings, Jay, John, Jo-Ellen and sister-in-law, Chris; as well as many nieces and nephews.


A private celebration of her life was held by the family.  Graveside services will take place at the McClary Cemetery in Epsom.


Tom Petit of the Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home is assisting with arrangements and offers an on-line guestbook at






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