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Northwood NH News

October 9, 2013

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Whatís a home performance assessment?

And why would you want to have one?

 

A Home Performance Assessment (HPA) is a comprehensive evaluation of your home based on the ďhouse as a systemĒ approach favored by building scientists.  An HPA includes a variety of diagnostic tests and analyses: energy audit with blower door tests, combustion safety analysis, carbon monoxide testing, health and safety evaluation, and indoor air quality. 

 

Based on the results, you receive a written report with prioritized recommendations: energy usage analysis, savings and ROI (return on investment) calculations, weatherization opportunities, airflow evaluation and requirements, mechanical ventilation requirements, and health and safety concerns. There are incentives through many utilities in NH and the federal and state governments to help with upgrades to your home and for the assessment itself.  

 

Join the Northwood Democrats and Mark Stewartson from Loudon for a presentation on how you can save money and help our environment on October 16 at 7:00 pm at the Northwood Community Center, 135 Main St. in Northwood Narrows.  Everyone is welcome and there is no cost. Contact Lucy Edwards for more information at 312-6049 or [email protected]

 


 

CBNA Holiday Craft Fair

 

The annual CBNA Holiday Craft Fair will be held in the Gerrish Gym at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy at 907 First NH Turnpike in Northwood on November 3, 2013 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. There will be about 50 crafters, a cookie walk and a raffle with many donated items. Crafters can still apply; contact Jill Forward [email protected]

 


 

Teddy Bear Sleepover at the Chesley Memorial Library!  October 11 is the night the teddy bears (and their other stuffed friends!) have their sleepover at the library and get ready for Halloween!  Bring your cuddly friend to the library on Friday, October 11, at 6:00 p.m. Decorate a mask for your friend then enjoy stories and snacks.  Tuck your friend in for the night and come back to the library at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 12, to join your friend for breakfast.  No registration required; all ages welcome.  (Donít let the kids have all the fun, adults have stuffed friends too!)  If you would like your friend to join the sleepover but you are not able to drop him or her off on Friday night, please call the library at 942-5472 to make other arrangements.

 


 

NORTHWOOD FLU CLINIC

 

The Visiting Nurses Association is sponsoring a flu clinic at the Northwood Town Hall on Wednesday, October 23 from 2-4 pm and is open to all. Cost is $30. Please bring your insurance or Medicare card with you; otherwise cost is $30.

 


 

The Northwood Farmers Market wants to thank all our supporters. We had a great season and look forward to many more. As the days get shorter we will be closing at 6:00 through October. Please come by and support your local farmers.

 


 

Letter To The Editor

 

Here we are again, another crisis situation.  Ever wonder how we got to a place where the government was threatened, regularly, with shutdowns and threats not to pay our bills?  You do know that raising the debt ceiling is not authorizing new spending, but authorizing issuing Treasury bonds, the preferred investment across the global economy? You realize we need to pay what Congress - the ones who authorize spending, by the way, not the president - has already spent?  That part isnít being mentioned in the media you see and hear? 

 

Crises generate fear, and lots of emotion.  They cut off reasonable dialogue and discussion.  We do things that turn out to be dreadful mistakes.  Letís not make the error of letting our Social Security be cut in the name of solving a made-up crisis!  Letís not let our safety net programs be made hostages in a made-up standoff.  Itís OUR government. Demand that it be run for OUR benefit.

 

Thereís an election next year.  Are YOU making plans to vote?  Are YOU looking for candidates that will serve YOU? Or will you let the crisis-mongers win and then wonder where that truck that ran you over came from?

 

Lucy Edwards

Northwood

 


 

Cbna Senior Named Semifinalist In 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program

 

Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently announced that Coe-Brown senior Erik C. Gunderson has been named a Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program.  Gunderson joins approximately 16,000 other Semifinalists nationwide in this 59th annual Merit Scholarship Program. Gunderson, along with these other academically talented students, has an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 8,000 National Merit scholarships worth about $35 million that will be offered next spring.  To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements including submitting a detailed application and essay to advance to the Finalist level of the competition.  About 90% of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and more than half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar title.  Congratulations to Erik C. Gunderson on this achievement.

 


 

The Penn Center

 

A new, local place for young people to be creative has arrived! The center is aimed at providing a place for young people in grades 6-11 in the Northwood/Deerfield/Strafford area. The center will offer a safe, fun, and unique place to connect as a community, to create art and write, and do good for the world.

 

The center, which is located above The Lazy Lion in Deerfield, will be staffed by Andrew Fersch (English teacher at The Northwood School) and a small group of incredibly dedicated young people.

 

We would love for you to:

 

-follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/thepennprogram)

 

-come to one or both of our first concerts (go to our Facebook page to find out about tickets and RSVP or just e-mail Mr. Fersch)

 

-support us with a donation of your time, money, or supplies (contact Mr. Fersch to do any of these at [email protected])

 

Thanks so much!

 


 




 

 











 
 

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