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August 31, 2016

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Epsom Public Library Touch A Truck event will be held on Saturday, September 10th from 10am-1pm. Get on board with vehicles of all kinds!


Join us for a hands on opportunity to ex­plore different community trucks, cars and work machines, including, a fire truck, a police car and construction vehicles! Raffle tickets for Lego building sets and a Tonka excavator will be available. Refreshments included! For more information call 736-9920



American Legion Auxiliary Unit 112

Yard Sale

Saturday, September 3,

9 am to 3 pm

24 Goboro Road, Epsom, * Also, Baked Goods will be available for sale.



Congratulations to Jaime M. Hodgdon of Epsom, who has been selected for inclusion on the Dean’s List for academic achievement during the Spring 2016 semester at St. Lawrence University.


Hodgdon is a member of the Class of 2017 and is majoring in biology and business in the liberal arts. She attended Tilton School.


To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must have completed at least four courses and have an academic average of 3.6 based on a 4.0 scale for the semester.



Epsom Food Pantry


Well Good Day one and all.  Good week at the Pantry.  You remember I was looking for hamburg, well I found it at Market Basket again and those great guys at the meat department did me up 60 pounds and in 1 pound packages and June and I picked them up Sunday afternoon after I got off from work.  Good people in there. Many thanks to Rita Lambert for her donation.  Well we could use Rice a Roni,Hamburger Helper, applesauce, brownie mix, paper goods and last but not least toothpaste. Liz found some but we still need more.The fresh veggies still coming. (not from me). Oh well, better luck next year. Take care one and all and enjoy school children. 


Until next time,




Letter To The Editor


The State Primary is coming up on Sep. 13, so I’d like to highlight a couple of races for Republican voters. First, Pittsfield’s Jim Adams is the best choice for Executive Council. The Council’s job is to approve state contracts and the Governor’s appointments, mostly judges and department managers. For that you want someone like a governor; strong management experience with some government familiarity. I can’t think of anyone better than Jim for the job. He made his career in the post office, rising from letter carrier to chief of staff of the Postmaster General in Washington, and postmaster of New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. This was at the time when the post office was converted from being run for political patronage to being run professionally. The postal service is much larger than our state government, although obviously not as varied. Lately Jim has chaired Granite State Taxpayers, our statewide taxpayer organization. He is a New Hampshire native, a veteran, a family man and a conservative. We’d be lucky to have him represent us on the Executive Council.


Second, Dave Palfrey is the best choice to replace me in the State House. Dave has ample experience as both a Rep and a former mayor (of Franklin). His professional background is in banking. This is a very complicated part of the law. It is important to have representatives with knowledge of these kinds of technical areas who can see to it that the laws are not just written by lobbyists, but are designed to encourage competition and commerce. Dave is an easy-going, affable guy, who would represent us well in Concord.



Rep. Dan McGuire

782-4918 or [email protected]



Epsom Public Library News


The Epsom Public Library has completed another successful Adult Summer Reading Program.  The library staff would like to thank the following businesses for their donations of gift certificates to our adult readers for weekly reading prizes;  Epsom Subway, Natural Look Salon, Care Pharmacy, Northwood Diner, Chuckster’s and Heritage True Value Hardware. Thanks also to Betsy Bosiak for her handmade basket and the Friends of the Epsom Library for two mums.


On Wednesday, September 7 at 1:30 PM, the Epsom Library will be showing the movie “Truth”.  Starring Cate Blanchett, Dennis Quaid and Robert Redford, the film is based on the true story of one of network news’ biggest scandals  detailing the 2004 CBS 60 minutes report investigating then President George W. Bush’s military service.  The avalanche of allegations and document uauthenicity cost anchor Dan Rather and producer Mary Mapes their careers.






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