Evergreen Lodge #53 and Ivy Green Rebekah Lodge #36 are sponsoring
another great Dinner/Cabaret Show on Friday, Oct. 2nd and Saturday,
Oct.3rd at the American Legion Hall on Short Falls Road in Epsom.
The dinner/show begins at 6 pm and includes appetizers, turkey,
roast beef, salad, vegetables, beverages and dessert. The cost is
$25.00 per person or a table of 6 for $125.00. The show is directed
by Elizabeth Lent and features all local talent. Reservations are
required and can be made by calling Vickie at 736-4707. Plan to
join us for a fun night of great food and entertainment. Proceeds
will be used to continue restoration of the historic Odd Fellows
Hall and support other Lodge projects.
Clubs at Epsom Bible Church will begin our 2015-2016 season on
Thursday night September 17th. This will be our 29th year of having
Awana Clubs and we are thankful for the things God has accomplished
through this program in previous years.
Clubs are open to all children in the Epsom area, and we would love
to have your children attend. You do not need to be a member of, or
attend, Epsom Bible Church, for your children to attend. Come to
Club on the 17th or any Thursday evening thereafter between 6:15 and
6:30 PM. Club starts at 6:30 and we end the evening at 8:00. Epsom
Bible Church is at 398 Black Hall Road, approximately 3/4 mile past
the Epsom Central School on the same side of the road (look for the
big sign out front). If you have any questions or would like more
information call Kim or Paul Sanborn at 798-5050 or email at:
Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00 PM the Epsom Public Library will
host Fred Marple as he brings his one-man show of Yankee humor,
music and assorted nonsense to the Library. Marple is the
unofficial spokesman for the mythical town of Frost Heaves, NH, and
he’s on a one-man campaign to put Frost Heaves back on the map.
“It’s a one-man crusade because everyone else has real jobs,” says
Marple. As part of the evening’s entertainment, Fred will introduce
some of the local businesses in Frost Heaves, including the Frost
Heaves House of Pizza and the Bait and Beauty Salon, featuring the
Shampoo and Shiner special. He’ll also introduce a few of the
town’s notable citizens, including Sophie Hamilton, 94-year old
organist at the Frost Heaves Community Church (“She’s slowing down,”
says Fred), Homer and Elmer Cratchet (two brothers who are a few
crackers shy of a full box) and Edith “Telegraph” Wyer, town clerk,
among others. Please join us for what looks to be a fun evening.
News For Epsom Seniors
know there are two Senior Centers serving Epsom seniors? One is in
Pittsfield and you are invited to our Open House on Thursday,
September 24th, from 10 am and 2 pm.
participate at a Senior Center? The answer varies by the
individual. Some like the exercise and yoga classes for bone
building and flexibility. Other folks attend an art class or a
dramatic or musical program. Many like the craft and quilting
clubs. Others enjoy the games and social events. This summer we
hosted perfect summer day lake tours of Squam and Winnipesaukee.
are served daily for a nominal fee and for the home-bound, there are
delivered meals. The Pittsfield Senior Center can provide
door-to-door transportation to the Center and to appointments and we
have extensive information about other elder services. Visit our
Open Houses and learn more.
Pittsfield Senior Center is on the ground floor of the Pittsfield
Community Center on Main Street. It also serves Barnstead,
Chichester and Loudon. Call Carol Schiferle at 435-8482
for additional information or ask at your library for this month’s
newsletter. Be sure to also visit the
Suncook Senior Center and explore their resources and programs.
They are currently located at the Epsom Bible Church at 398
Blackhall Road and can be reached at 485-4254.
Adah Murray of Epsom, daughter of Sharon Burnston, was
awarded her PhD in School Psychology from Penn State University.
Adah is a graduate of Epsom Central School, Pembroke Academy, and
the College of William & Mary.
Robert E. Frost Jr.
“Bud” Frost, Jr., 54, passed away peacefully on September 11, 2015
at his home in Epsom, NH surrounded by family and friends after a
courageous battle with cancer.
the son of Robert & Nancy (Downing) Frost of Enfield NH. He was
self-employed as a painter and carpenter. He was an avid NASCAR and
sports fan. He enjoyed camping, BBQing, and traveling with his
family. In high school he was an artist, baseball and basketball
player at Mascoma Valley Regional High School.
predeceased by his Gram Pearl Frost and parents Robert and Nancy
Frost. He is survived by his wife of 21 years Donna Frost, daughter
Eckho Clark, his stepchildren Tammy Laroche, Thomas Yeaton Jr.,
Michelle Ames, and Harold Ames; his 4 sisters Tammy Scott of Canaan,
NH, Patricia Frost of Springfield, VT, Wanda Frost of Pembroke, NH,
and Linda Blackmore of Lebanon, NH and 1 brother Tom Frost of
Barnstead, NH, and 15 grandchildren, 11 great-grand children, and
nieces and nephews too many to list but equally loved and cherished.
SERVICES: There will be a potluck NASCAR themed Celebration of
Life will be held on Saturday September 19, 2015 from 1-5 pm, at the
Epsom Fire Dept, 1714 Dover Road. Route 4, Epsom NH.