be a Maundy Thursday Service with Communion at the Barnstead Parade
Congregational Church on Thursday, April 1, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. All are
welcome to join us.
light of the recent Healthcare reform bill, it concerns me as a
Registered Nurse that our government and country as a whole is not
putting more effort and money into preventive health measures. This will
save citizens and taxpayers money and decrease insurance rates.
the outbreak of H1N1, the government had a good opportunity to use
public health initiatives to educate citizens. The primary defenses
against any flu should be good hand washing, good nutrition and physical
activity to keep our bodies healthy and able to fight off infection.
Instead, they emphasize vaccines as the first line of defense. In the
immune-compromised and the elderly, they have their place. As many
people had difficulties with the flu they went to the Emergency Room
which overburdened many ERís because they had no insurance or primary
health care costs at an all time high, the government should be
promoting preventive care. Citizens should see their primary care
physicians or Nurse Practitioner and have access to nutrition programs
and physical activity initiatives instead of having no care and going to
the ER when they are sick or their chronic disease management is out of
control. Prevention is more cost effective than hospital treatment thus
keeping insurance rates down and providing more people with coverage.
Join Us For Holy Week Services
Submitted By Joyce
Congregational Church of North Barnstead, UCC, invites one and all
to celebrate this holiest of weeks in the Christian year.
gather to recall the last supper and betrayal of Jesus at a service of
Tenebrae (shadows and darkness) on Maundy
Thursday at 7 p.m. (April 1)
Easter Morning our church will be filled with song and praise at our 10
a.m. service. (April 4). Plan to join us!
church is located at 504 North Barnstead Road, 2.5 miles east of Rte.
28. For more information, call 776-1820 or
Center Barnstead - Dorothy "Dot" (Deblois)
Nuccitelli, 74, died Monday, March 22, 2010, at Concord Hospice Center.
She was born Feb. 4, 1936, in Haverhill, Mass., to Albert and Mary
Deblois. She attended Haverhill High School and Haverhill Trade School
She was a licensed practical nurse and was a pediatric
nurse at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, Mass.
winters in Port Charlotte, Fla.
She enjoyed decorative painting and
She was predeceased by a son, Ronald Forbes.
is survived by her mother, Mary Newhall; her husband of 30 years, Robert
Nuccitelli; children, Debra and Scott Morrow of West Newbury, Mass.,
Jean and Peter Sarkis of Atkinson, Cheryl and Philip Ryan of Sandown,
Maureen Nuccitelli of Watertown, Mass., Suzanne and Shawn Parker of
Alton, Maryanne and Joseph Mullen of Quincy, Mass., Lynne and Steven
Brower of Dove Canyon, Calif., Chris and Michael Sullivan of Alton and
Melissa and Kevin German of Epsom; 17 grandchildren; and seven nieces
A celebration of life was held Saturday, March 27,
2010, at the Granite Rose, 22 Garland Drive in Hampstead.
Memorial donations may be made to Sally Simon Pancreatic Cancer,
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Development Center, c/o Michelle
Clark, 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon 03756; or to Concord Regional
Visiting Nurse Association, 30 Pillsbury St., Concord 03301.