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Epsom NH News

September 30, 2015

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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. The dinner/show begins at 6 pm and includes appetizers, salad, turkey, roast beef, vegetables, dessert and beverages. Tickets are $25.00 per person or a table of 6 for $125.00. For reservations  call Vickie at 736-4707.



The Epsom Public Library will be showing the movie “The Water Diviner” on Tuesday, October 6 at 6:30 PM.  Starring Russell Crowe, the film tells the story of an Australian farmer’s life-changing  journey as he searches for his three missing sons who had fought against the Turks in the bloody battle of Gallipoli in 1919. This movie is rated R for its war violence.  For more information, call the library at 736-9920.





To my constituents in Allenstown, Epsom, and Pittsfield,

I’ve submitted eight bills for next year, with only one my own idea: the others were requests of constituents or colleagues. My idea was some minor fixes to the administrative rules procedure – clarifying what documents are “produced for” an agency, and allowing a board to respond to a petition for rulemaking after their next meeting, rather than immediately.


Allenstown selectmen requested I submit three bills: one, allowing towns to contract with another town or organization to provide their cemeteries; two, clarifying electronic record retention; and three, reducing the penalties for violators of their wastewater rules. They wanted the fine cut from from $5000/day to $250/day, since that would allow them to negotiate with the violator and correct the situation without having to go to Superior Court. It also allows them to explicitly recover costs, which is more appropriate than a fine.


Another constituent requested a property tax exemption for standby generators, which can be life savers for seniors or people with medical equipment. Epsom, but not all towns, includes the value of the generator in the property assessment.


Two other bills deal with professional licensing: the speech-language pathologists asked me to clarify the statute on allowable titles for speech-language aides in school, as there is some conflict; occupational therapists want to change their board to delete a physician and add another member, since they can’t find a doctor who wants to be on their board.


Finally, the state building code review board asked to update some of the building codes. The current versions of some them are more flexible for renovations, which is a major point of contention with the current codes.


Interested readers can email me for my newsletter, with more details than fit here.


Representative Carol McGuire

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From left to right: American Legion Auxiliary National President Sharon Conatser, Unit 112 Auxiliary President Jane C. LeDuc, American Legion Auxiliary Department President Jessie Bernard. This ends a busy two weeks for Unit 112 President LeDuc. It started when she joined in with the American Legion walk for veterans held on Saturday, September 12, 2015.  American Legion Sweeney Post 2 of Manchester, The American Legion National Commander, Dale Barnett also walked in this event.  He also presented unit 112 with a signed picture for their unit presented at this event. The next event was a cookout for the visitations of the American Legion Auxiliary National President Sharon Conatser where she showed what the true meaning of what is a true legion family.



Letter To The Editor


Since I became Commander of American Legion Post#112 and suggested a renovation of our Post bathrooms, I have seen a great amount of generous donations to help in this endeavor.


An Extra Big Thank you to the following: Bruce at Barton Lumber for framing, Big Jims of Concord with the help of Mark Desantis for doors, Angela Wilcox at Home Depot for miscellaneous materials, Eddie at A&B Lumber for plywood, George’s Carpets with the assistance of Jacqui for the vinyl flooring, the Town of Epsom for their support.


Now for the Big Thanks, to the members for the labor and effort to this project to be successful are: Miriam and Norm Yeaton, Herve Brien, Harvey Harkness, Chris Pepin, Brian Kitchings, and all the wives that allowed their partners to help.


THANKS AGAIN EVERYONE !! Chris Pepin donated the toilets.


Robert Blodgett,

Post #112 Commander



Classic-U Turns Over A New Leaf

Fall For New Owner, Mary Brown

By Meggin Dail

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Come meet Asia, Classic-U’s shop/service dog, seen here with owner, Mary Brown. Mary wants everyone to know she can do ANYBODY’S hair! (P.S. No, Mary is not a Pet Groomer, but she caught your eye!) At Classic-U, it’s all about YOU!


If you haven’t been to the “new” Classic-U, you don’t know what you’re missing. Seconds from the Epsom traffic circle, Classic-U is a full service Paul Mitchell Focus salon featuring products for all types of hair. As a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon, Mary and her technicians receive once a month training on all the latest techniques and products such as cuts, colors and perms. As a full service salon, Mary also provides manicures, pedicures and acrylic nails; and waxing services. Mary’s gotten such a great response from her flyers that went out in The Suncook Valley Sun last week, she had to stay open past closing time last Saturday to accommodate all.


“I really appreciate all the great new customers I’ve gotten,” Mary says, “keep it coming!” Mary is excited at her new position as shop owner and says it’s been a dream of hers for some time. Mary is always there to greet customers with her wonderful smile and makes clients of all ages feel comfortable in her elegant, spacious salon. When you do stop in, don’t forget to say hi to Asia, the shop dog and tell Mary I sent you.






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