Northwood resident Jessey Campbell, a member of the Stonehill
College Class of 2013, was inducted into the Theta Alpha Kappa Honor
Alpha Kappa is a nationwide society honoring those for excellence in
religious studies. Founded in 1976 at Manhattan College, there are
now over 200 chapters across the country, ranging from small
Catholic colleges, to larger research institutions.
to Northwood Meadows on Wednesday nights at 6pm, June 26 - August
14, 2013. This is a fun series that welcomes all ages and all
free Popsicle dash for toddlers
1 mile race for all ages
mile long race $7 per race
the proceeds will go to NALMC and Friends of Northwood Meadows!
the entire family and create summer memories and make new
friendships that will last a lifetime! Try something new, get in
shape or get in your weekly speed workouts!
for more information or to register online.
Invited To Discuss Population And Housing For Northwood
Planning Board Master Plan Update
Northwood Planning Board invites you to discuss Population and
Housing at its June 13 work session at the Town Hall at 6:30 p.m.
This is the last of a series of topic specific work sessions hosted
by the Planning Board to receive input from the community on
important issues facing the community. The public is encouraged to
attend to listen, provide input, and take part in the discussion.
Planning Board will continue to review, analyze and deliberate on
planning matters for the Master Plan Update. All Planning Board
meetings are open to the public.
more information, please contact the Land Use Department at
942-5586, ext. 218 or 205.
and Joanne Tuttle Crummey recently celebrated their 60th wedding
anniversary. William’s family is from Deerfield and Joanne’s is from
Northwood, NH (Bartlett, Holmes). They both attended Coe Brown
Academy and were married in Auburn, New Hampshire on May 16, 1953.
They are both retired from their auto repair business. Bill and
Joanne have 5 children, 7 grandchildren, 4 great-children and
presently live at 120 Delaware Street, Lexington, Ohio, 44904.
Anniversary cards are welcome.
Northwood citizens observed Memorial Day 2013 with a parade along
Rt. 4 which included past and present members of the military, local
scout troops, the Northwood Board of Selectmen, Northwood Fire and
Police personnel, and members of the Harvey Lake Women’s Club. The
Coe-Brown Academy band performed patriotic music on the steps of the
Congregational Church. The parade concluded at the town hall grounds
where an observance was held to honor the men and women who died
while serving in the military to protect freedom for all Americans.
The Northwood Joseph J. Jeffrey VFW Post 7217 organizes and
participates in the memorial ceremony each year.