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Epsom NH News

May 27, 2015

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Evergreen Lodge #53 and American Legion Post #112 are sponsoring a Fishing Derby on Saturday, June 6th from 8:30-11:30 am.


This event is free to youth ages 16 and under. Bring your favorite fishing pole and bait. Some loaner poles and bait will be available.


Prizes will be given to the top 3 in each age group. Refreshments will be available.


Location is 251 Center Hill Road, watch for signs. For more info call Gary Benner 736-4707.



The Epsom Public Library will be offering a Children’s Vegetable Plant Workshop on Thursday, June 4th at 3:30 pm. ( No Story Time!)  Children will plant vegetables in two pots (one pot to take home and the other for the front of the library to grow vegetables for the Epsom Food Pantry). The class will be taught by master gardener, Nancy Heath. There is a $5.00 materials fee per child. Sign up is required as class size is limited! Please sign up at the circulation desk or call Mrs. Benner at 736-9920 for more information  or to sign up.



Loudon Food Pantry News

50-50 Raffle Fundraiser

Runs June 1st – June 30th at 5:00 PM


This fundraiser helps Loudon Food Pantry obtain funds that are needed for us to survive this tough time of the year.  Plus the lucky winner will receive half of the ticket sales.  So, the more tickets we sell, the more the winner takes home.


Ticket Prices:   1 Ticket for $1.00; 3 Tickets for $2.00; 7 Tickets for $5.00 


Tickets can be purchased online at or Loudon Food Pantry, 30 Chichester Rd., Unit D, Loudon NH 03307.  Our office hours are Mon. – Thur. 10 AM – 1 PM then we reopen from 3 PM – 6 PM.


The winner need not be present to win.  Need more info?  Call Sue at 724-9731.


LFP Challenge to Fight Hunger Final Update


The total received from this challenge was $9,418.88.  We received $2,015.87 in food and $7,403.01 in funds.  Our goal of $6,000 was exceeded by $3,418.88. Thank you everyone!


The food from this challenge will help us feed households over the next few months.  Since it takes about $3,000 per month to keep the pantry going and this was a three month challenge, the funds are nearly gone.


This year, during this challenge (Feb., Mar. & Apr.), with your help, we gave out enough food to make 14,245 meals.   Thank you!  Due to this year’s success we plan to run this challenge every year.


Sue, Bill & Sarah



Epsom Food Pantry


Well, another week has passed since our last chat. All is well at the Pantry.  We are low in a few things but Liz told me she has large order in this week.  We can always use milk, eggs and soups.


A very nice thing is happening to our Pantry, two Girl Scout Troops, 22406 and 11085 are going to have raised vegetable beds behind the Old Town Hall and will give the veggies to the Pantry. They did everything proper; went before the Selectmen last week and got permission to do this. Now that is truly giving back to your community. Will keep you posted on their progress.


As usual, we have a splendid group of volunteers along with the Boss, Mr. Brown, who keep our Pantry in the fine condition that it is.  I must not forget Cheryl Arvanitis who keeps the books and pays the bills. She’s a peach.


Until next time friends,




A Matter Of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls


Monday June 15th thru August 3rd, 9:30 to 11:30am, Suncook Senior Center


“A Matter of Balance” is an eight week program that helps adults view falls and the fear of falling as controllable, set goals to increase activity, make changes to reduce falls risks at home, and exercise to increase strength and balance.  If you are concerned about falls, are interested in improving balance, flexibility and strength, have fallen in the past, or have restricted activities because of falling concerns then sign up to try out this award winning program developed by Boston University.


Trained facilitators will lead the interactive sessions, and will respond to the participants’ interests and personal challenges. Sponsored by the Elder Services department of Belknap-Merrimack Community Action Program; there is no fee to attend “A Matter of Balance” (donations will be accepted) and space is limited.  Classes are held once a week for two hours each.  To register please call the Suncook Senior Center at 485-4254.



Letter To The Editor


At the Highway Department yard we have had some mischief, vandalism and theft happening. We have borrowed a piece of equipment, which mysteriously has not run since on one those weekends. We’d appreciate you keeping an eye open when you go by.


Thank you,

Gordon Ellis

Your Road Agent






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