This is the last week for saving the $10.00 registration fee.
Due to new NHSA requirement, registrations are now done on line
via our website www.northwoodcrankpullers.com.
Any registrations done prior to 12/31/15 will save $10.00.
And be sure to save the date for our dance on January 16th
@7pm-midnight at Lake Shore Farm in Northwood. DJ, cash
bar, snacks provided… come on out for a night of fun and
Readers ages 8-12 are invited to join Chesley Memorial Library’s
Junior Book Club! Our first meeting will be on Thursday,
January 7th, from 4:30-5:45 at Chesley Memorial Library.
We will be discussing Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by
Chris Grabenstein. Sign up to reserve your copy of the
book either in person or by calling the library.
I just wanted to thank everyone who
supported us through our horrific fire, and those who stood by
us and donated their time to help us get re-opened at our new
location, 758 First NH Turnpike. My family and I will be forever
grateful for all the volunteers that came down and donated their
time and support to help us restore at our new location. We are
now re-opened with a our new addition of a tavern and dinner
menu. Please stop by an check it out. Again, thank you all and I
hope you had a Merry Christmas.
Ma’s & Mine Restaurant and Tavern
To the Editor,
In The Prince of Tides, a movie, the
wife feeds an abusive husband a can of dog food hash. My biggest
fear. I ache to reply to Mr. Chase’s letter my way. My wife read
it and said no. I am not stupid.
There is something in the Bible about,
if you live by the sword you can die by the sword. I agree.
However it takes an extremely small man to ignore the collateral
damage of using an opponent’s children, or wife to attack. Mr.
Chase could say anything about me, no problem.
Not every child is born equally. My
wife and I have three adopted children. We are proud of them. We
know the obstacles that they have overcome to become successful
members of society in every way. We and they appreciate all of
the assistance received. We and they do not receive one penny
from any government agency, never have. They are our kids. Plain
and simple. I love them.
I hope your holidays are merry and the
New Year bring you much happiness.
Chapter Of FBLA Holds Induction Ceremony
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy’s chapter
of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) hosted its
induction and officer installation ceremony at CBNA on November
Led by FBLA advisor Dr. JoAnn Zylak,
FBLA Officers welcomed guests and gave presentations regarding
the Mission, Goals, Code of Ethics and History of FBLA. There
was also information given about the CONNECT with FBLA project
in which chapters are challenged to obtain sponsorships for
their individual chapter activities.
Members who were inducted or installed
are as follows: President – Brittany Guilmette (senior);
Vice-President – Meghan Percy (senior); Secretary- Nate
Schroeder (sophomore); Event Coordinator - Derek Meyer (junior);
Treasurer - Abigail Dupuis (junior); Historian – Ambar Mercedes
(senior); Parliamentarian – Nicole Beaupre (senior); Reporters
senior Kristina Mitchell and junior Caitlin Pitre as well as
members at large seniors Megan Elwell, Brendan Fallon, Tayla
George, Jared Nelson; juniors Summer Barnes, Steven Chase,
Maddie Cillo, Emily Ketchum, Donald MacCallum, Chelsea
McCallion, Mikayla Prina and Abby Zollman ; sophomore Amaya
Newport and freshman Aiden Ahern. Refreshments were served.
Congratulations to CBNA’s Future
Business Leaders on their new members and on their enthusiasm
for FBLA’s mission “to bring business and education together in
a positive working relationship through innovative leadership
and career development programs.”