On Friday night, December 2nd, from 6:00-7:30 pm, the Epsom Bible
Church youth group will be holding a kids’ Christmas Mini-Mall at
398 Black Hall Rd. in Epsom. Children ages 3-11 will be able
to shop for their parents, siblings, and other family and friends.
The children will pick out their gifts and wrap them while their
parents enjoy refreshments. All gifts are $1.00. We hope
to see you there for this fun Christmas event! For more
information, please call the church at 736-9354.
The Epsom Public Library is having their annual “Polar Express
Event” on Friday, December 9th at 6 pm. Come decorate cookies,
enjoy the Hot Chocolate/Coffee bar courtesy of “White Mountain
Coffee,” and watch the movie! Join us for the fun, wear your
pajamas, and don’t forget your pillow/blanket. Please call the
library at 736-9920 to make a reservation.
On Wednesday, November 30 at 1:30 PM, the Epsom Public Library will
be showing the movie, “Hunt for the Wilderpeople.” Set in the
beautiful landscape of New Zealand, this film follows the adventures
of a pudgy, unloved, rebellious foster child who is dropped off by
New Zealand social services to a new and very remote foster home.
When tragedy strikes and Ricky is to be shipped to yet another
foster home, he and his crusty foster uncle go on the run in the
bush. This is a light-hearted adventure comedy that will have
you laughing out loud.
Evergreen Lodge #53, Ivy Green Lodge #36
and friends are offering digital photos with Santa on Saturday,
December 3rd at the Epsom Public Library from 10:30 am to 1 pm.
There will be crafts for the children, cookie decorating,
refreshments and a Christmas tree raffle. Plan to join the fun and
help with local holiday outreach!
EXIT Reward Realty is now accepting unwrapped new toys for the Toys
for Tots program. You can drop off your toy at either of the
EXIT Reward Realty locations: 79 High St. in Pittsfield or 1022
Dover Rd., Unit 6 in Epsom. We will be accepting toys until
December 2, 2016. Help a child in need this Holiday Season!
Well, our rush is almost over. We have been some busy getting
our boxes ready for Thanksgiving. Not only are we working on those
but we have had some food drives such as the Boy Scouts of America
which bring us many boxes of canned goods, cereal etc.
A group of us, along with Ken, spent a few
hours getting things organized. I do not want to forget Sandy Briggs
and the folks from Exit Realty who made a wonderful contribution to
We finished the count on the contribution
from Election day and it was awesome.
Everyone has been so generous to the
Pantry and we appreciate it so much.
A good food Pantry is so important in a
community as we have people who so enjoy the extras that we provide.
I do hope our Thanksgiving box with a turkey and all the fixings
brings joy to their family.
Believe me folks, without the hard work of
Ken and our volunteers, it would not be possible.
Until next time,
Concord- Epsom Elks Lodge #1210
Wednesdays, we have “Free Trivia” at 7pm.
Starting November 30, we will begin a 12 week session. The highest
accrued points at the end of those 12 weeks will walk away with a GO
PRO Hero 3+ ! Smart phone required. Don’t have one? No worries our
host has extras. Weekly Prizes sponsored by Amoskeag Beverages. Must
be 21+ December 4 & 18th, Sunday Breakfast, buffet with eggs/omelets
to order. Adults $8 , Veterans $6 & Children $4.
Calling All Vendors... December 17th we will be having a craft fair
here at the Elks lodge.. Are you interested? $25 a spot.. Please
contact Heather In December The Elk’s will be hosting their Annual
Children’s Christmas party.. Children 12 and under, for
additional details and invitation please contact the Lodge.
Calling All High School students.. Do you
need community Service? If so contact Heather at 799-9580 Any
Questions, contact the Lodge (603)736-8941
Matheson Racing Supports Military Families With Donation To
Hillsboro, NH-- Jake
Matheson Racing, LLC was pleased to present a donation to Operation
Homefront, the national nonprofit organization that provides
emergency assistance to military families and wounded warriors.
“Our team was honored to support military
families this season”, Matheson stated. “We are happy to have met
our goal to raise at least for $1,000 for Operation Homefront. We
achieved this through promotion on multiple social media platforms,
offering team gear for contributions to Operation Homefront through
our website, and by donating a portion of our winnings.”
Our team encourages all our fans to go to
learn more about the important work Operation Homefront does on
behalf of our military families.
“Operation Homefront is thrilled by the
generous gift provided by Jake Matheson Racing to further our
mission of building strong, stable, and secure military families,”
stated Operation Homefront Northeast Regional Director Pete Stinson.
“Their incredible support will help us deliver more programs and
services to military families throughout our community. We want to
thank them so much for supporting our local service members,
veterans, and their families.”
About Jake Matheson and Jake Matheson Racing: Jake Matheson Racing
is a race team based in Hillsboro, NH. Jake, a 13 year old semi-pro
racer, drives a Legend Car and is also the reigning 2016 New
Hampshire State Bandolero Champion. For More Information on Jake
Matheson Racing you can follow the team at
www.jakemathesonracing.com, on facebook Jake Matheson Racing and
on Instagram @jake_matheson_racing.
About Operation Homefront: A national nonprofit, Operation Homefront
builds strong, stable, and secure military families so that they can
thrive in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. With
more than 3,200 volunteers nationwide, Operation Homefront has
provided assistance to tens of thousands of military families since
its inception shortly after 9/11. Recognized for superior
performance by leading independent charity oversight groups, 92
percent of Operation Homefront’s expenditures go directly to
programs that provide support to our military families. For more
information, go to