thinking about enrolling your child in preschool for next fall? The
Center School in Northwood is accepting registrations for the
2013-2014 school year. The Center School is a parent cooperative
preschool located next to the town hall in Northwood, which provides
a developmental program for three, four, and five year olds of
Northwood and surrounding towns. There are openings in our two-day
(T/Th) program and three-day (M/W/F) morning programs. Call or email
us soon to get an information packet or to make an appointment to
come for a visit! For information, please email director Karen
[email protected] or call her at the school at
Northwood Congregational Church is hosting their annual roast beef
supper on Saturday, May 4th. The cost is: $10 per adult, $5 for 12
and under. First seating is 5 pm, and the second at 6:15 pm. Specify
seating time preference when you order your ticket(s) by calling the
church (942-7116). This event generally sells out, so make your
reservations early for this delicious event. With home baked pie and
beverages included with dinner, what a bargain!
Tasker wishes to say “Thank You” to everyone who made her 75th
birthday party so special. It was wonderful to see everyone having a
Music Department Inducts Students Into New TRI-M Chapter
Row, from left: Band Director Bruce McCormick, Justin Demers, Daniel
Rivera, Henry Snow, Lily Poland, Trevor Harcourt, Katelyn Terry,
Hanna Grady, Chorus Director David Deardorff Middle Row: Zachary
May, Jillian Burrows, Leanne Baratier, Wilden Butler, Cassandra
Rogers, Hannah Eaton, Kylie Gagnon, Lindsey Terry. Front Row
(Officers): Historian Emily Davis, Treasurer Kerry Baratier,
Secretary Jessica Felber, Vice President Noelle Struthers, President
February 18, 2013, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy inducted 21 music
students into Chapter 6651 of the Tri–M Music Honor Society. Tri–M
Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for
Music Education (NAfME). It is designed to recognize students for
their academic and musical achievements and to provide leadership
and service opportunities to young musicians. This is Coe-Brown’s
first year as a member of Tri–M.
eligible for membership, students needed an overall average of 85 or
above and a two year involvement in band or chorus and need to
complete two hours of community service for CBNA’s music program.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Northwood residents may bring up to 10 gallons of household
hazardous waste (HHW) to Turnkey Landfill, Rochester Neck Road,
Rochester on Saturday, May 4, 2013 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. This is
the one time each year you may bring items that may not be disposed
of at the Northwood Transfer Station. There is no charge. Household
hazardous waste include: House and Garden products: weed killers,
bug/rodent poison, oven cleaners, drain and toilet cleaners, pool
chemicals, flea repellents. Garage products: fuel additives,
creosote, antifreeze, transmission and brake fluid. Workshop/paint
products: oil or enamel based paints and stains, paint strippers,
photography chemicals, glues, solvents, etc.
Properly disposing of HHW protects the environment from
contamination and reduces the risk of poisoning and health risks to
more information on what items may be disposed, be sure to pick up a
flyer available at the Northwood Town Hall or call the City of
Rochester at 332-4096.
The Roses Senior Hikes
is pleased to announce Anne Melvin will be leading a series of
senior hikes called “Smell the Roses.” Come explore and learn about
the three state parks surrounding the NALMC neighborhood as Anne
shares her passion and expertise on comfortably paced walks through
Northwood Meadows State Park on Saturday, April 20th at 9:30 am.
Meet at the NALMC kiosk on Harmony Hill Road to enjoy the 3.5 miles
of mostly flat terrain with 1/3 mile uphill stretch. Bring water,
snack, and binoculars if you are interested in birds.
Saturday, May 11th, the hike will be at Bear Brook State Park and on
Saturday, June 1st, Pawtuckaway State Park.
lives in Barrington and has been a member of the AMC since 1965 and
a certified hike leader since 1993.
Monday, April 22nd at 7:00 pm join Julie Robinson, a wildlife
biologist and a small game project leader for the NH Fish and Game
Department as she introduces us to the woodcock and leads us on a
tour of their habitat at Harmony Hill Farm. The woodcock have a very
exciting and unusual mating procedure that we hope to see. We will
be meeting at the NALMC Kiosk on Harmony Hill Road. Be sure to bring
drama of the sky dance is enacted nightly on hundreds of farms, the
owners of which sigh for entertainment, but harbor the illusion that
it is to be sought in theaters. They live on the land, but not by
the land.” -- Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac, 1949, pg. 34.