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October 28, 2015

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Soups On at the Chesley Memorial Library! Come and join the Friends of the Library on Saturday, November 7, from 3:00-5:00 p.m. for a relaxing afternoon of entertainment by the former Deerfield Coffee House Quartet and enjoy a light supper of homemade soups and bread. Or…take your supper home!  All proceeds go to the Friends of the Library for library purchases.



The Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire will be at the Northwood Republicans meeting on Monday November 9 at 7pm at the Northwood Community Center.


The Women’s Defense League of NH was founded by a group of women in New Hampshire who wanted to focus on training and educating women in the state as well as on the forefront of 2nd Amendment legislature issues at the state house.  The league provides women opportunities to learn practical self-defense skills and defends 2nd amendment rights.  Come and hear all we have to offer.


We are women empowering women.  For more info please contact Cheryl Dean 603-344-2190.



It’s that time of year again, The Northwood Crankpullers Snowmobile Club has started trail work on Sunday morning.  If you’re interested in becoming a member and helping out this year, visit our website or check us out on Facebook.


We will be posting our winter racing schedule soon.  Also, a reminder that our next monthly meeting is on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd  at 7pm at Lake Shore Farm. Attend one of our monthly meetings and see what we are all about.  As always, thank our landowners, they make this all possible.



Free Women’s Conference

Strive to live Joyfully, Peacefully, and Abundantly

Please join us

Lunch included

Sat. Nov 7th 9am-3:30pm

Higher Ground

Baptist Church

100 Old Turnpike Rd.

Nottingham, NH 03290



CBNA FFA Students Compete In Deerfield Fair Events

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CBNA FFA members Matt Garrett and Nick Jensen compete in the Bow Saw competition at the Deerfield Fair


Students from Coe-Brown Northwood Academy’s FFA chapter, recently competed in various Forestry events at the Deerfield Fair. The team placed fifth overall in a tough competition. Several students placed in individual events.


In the wood split, a task that involves splitting a piece of wood into four pieces on the given dot, fourth place went to Bert Rollins.


In the log roll, an event that uses a peavey to push logs into pins across a space and back, the team of Nick Jensen and Matt Garrett placed fifth and the team of Tyler Enos and Emery Travers earned eighth place.


In the pulp toss, in which partners throw four pieces of pulp back and forth landing the pieces between pins with a goal of earning 20 points the most quickly, the team of Sam Corson and Riley Gaedtke placed fourth and the team of Shayne Henry and Jason Palmer earned a fifth spot. 


In bow saw, the team of Nick Jensen and Matt Garrett earned seventh place.


In cross cut saw the team of Shayne Henry, Bert Rollins, Mariah Valerio, and Jason Palmer also took seventh place.


Nik Mewkill and Mariah Valerio earned second and sixth place respectively in the category of tree identification.


The team of Tyler Millette and Sam Whitehouse took fourth place in tractor driving while their teammates Dylan Harlow and Tristin Knowles placed fifth in the same event.


The second place ribbon for experienced showmanship went to Sydney Wilson.


Congratulations to all.



Local High School Theatre Students Volunteer 

To Trick Or Treat, Because Hunger Is A Very Scary Thing


The International Thespian Society (ITS), a division of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA), is pleased to announce the participation of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy, Thespian Troupe 5976, in the Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat program. Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat is a national community service program for ITS-member schools to collect canned and dry goods for local charities and food banks. Theatre students from CBNA will be dressed in costumes to collect food donations during the local Trick or Treat activities on October 30 and 31 during the hours for trick or treat in Northwood, Strafford, Nottingham and Barrington. These donations will go to benefit the Northwood Food Pantry. Thousands of pounds of food will be collected in one night across the state, giving organizations the ability to help thousands of local people. Non-perishable food items can also be dropped off at the CBNA main office during school hours.


About the International Thespian Society

Founded in 1929, The International Thespian Society (ITS), is an honorary organization for high school and middle school theatre students located at more than 4,300 affiliated secondary schools across America, Canada, and abroad. The mission of ITS is to honor student achievement in the theatre arts. High school inductees are known as “Thespians” and junior high/middle school inductees are known as “Junior Thespians.” ITS is a division of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA).






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