Gabrielle Bartlett, a sophomore majoring
in early childhood education from Pittsfield, has made the
President’s List at Coastal Carolina University for the Fall 2015
To qualify for the President’s List for
high academic achievement, students must earn a 4.0 grade point
average and must be enrolled full time.
Pittsfield Economic Development Committee
Updating Pittsfield’s Economic Profile Document
The Economic Development Committee (EDC) has contracted with Central
New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission and Arnett Development
Group to update Pittsfield’s 2007 Economic Profile. This document
includes a list of all Pittsfield businesses. The EDC, itself, is
updating this business list to ensure its accuracy and completeness.
Therefore, we are asking for your help. If you are the owner of a
business or involved in any aspect of agriculture (lumber, farming,
agricultural products, livestock, etc.) PLEASE contact Ted Mitchell,
Chair EDC at 435-6573 or email
[email protected]. We
would like to verify your business name, location, contact
information, service you provide and whether or not you have a
website and/or Facebook page. Even if you don’t have a business name
but provide a service we would like to hear from you (your name can
be used as the name of your business (for example, if you are a
This document is vital in that it is used
by the Board of Selectmen, EDC, Planning Board, Zoning Board, Master
Plan Committee, Town Administrator and other town officials,
realtors, business owners within town and especially out of town
business owners looking to expand or planning to relocate to another
The updated document will be on the town’s
EDC website with copies in the town administrator’s office and
available through the EDC.
The EDC is constantly working to promote
Pittsfield as a place for families to raise their children and
businesses to relocate. Please help Pittsfield realize its
Middle High School Girls Varsity Basketball
Congratulations to Lindsey Massey for winning the Farmington
Holiday Tournament 3 point contest. Lindsey is pictured here with
her coach, Heidi Hall.
The Pittsfield Middle High School Girls
Varsity Basketball team has hit the half way point of their season
and are still searching for their first win. The team had two tough
away games before the Christmas break losing to Hinsdale 16-52 and
The Farmington Holiday Tournament was next bringing two of the best
games of the season so far. The Panthers faced Farmington in
the opener and started off slow, going into half time down 4-19.
After adjusting the offense, the girls starting attacking the basket
and outscored the Tigers 22 to 13. They fell just short though and
lost 27 to 32. Kylee Morel led the scoring with 13 points, tallying
all of them in the second half and Katie Rollins had 5 points and 13
In the second game versus Mascoma, Pittsfield had its best offensive
game yet scoring 43 total points. They matched Mascoma in the first
half, but a slow 3rd quarter put the Panthers behind and they
couldn’t catch up, losing 43-53. Morel led all scorers with 19
points followed by Rollins with 9 points and 6 rebounds and Lindsey
Massey with 7 points and 4 rebounds. Following the game was the
tournament’s 3-point contest, with 2 representatives from each team.
Morel and Massey were selected and Lindsey Massey set the bar by
hitting 9 shots in 1 minute. It held up through the rest of
the shooters and Massey won the contest! It was the highlight of the
tourney for the Panthers. Congratulations, Lindsey!
The team has two home games coming up on
Tuesday, the 26th, versus Wilton and Thursday, the 28th, versus
Newmarket. Come cheer us on, We would love to see you there!