Prospect Mountain High School Class of 2020 is hosting a shoe drive
fundraiser. All collected shoes will be delivered to developing
countries, such as Ghana, Bolivia, and Haiti. These shoes are sold
at significantly lower prices and create working opportunities.
sophomore class is profited with every pair of donated shoes. Our
goal is to collect 300 bags of 25 pairs each. Shoes must be wearable
and have no holes.
donate in any of our white cardboard donation boxes stationed at the
Alton Town Hall, the Barnstead Town Hall, or in the reception area
at PMHS. The fundraiser is currently taking place and will run
through January 20th.
spread the word around the community. All donations are helpful and
are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact
any question or concerns.
2017 Deanís List
with great pleasure that Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU)
congratulates the following student on being named to the fall 2017
Eligibility for the Deanís List requires that a student accumulate
an academic grade point average (GPA) of 3.5-3.699 and earn 12
credits for the semester.
Andres of Center Barnstead.
Foss Memorial Library News
ready to meet 2018 head on? Join us on Thursday, January 18th at 6pm
to learn how to set up and maintain your bullet journal! Bullet
Journaling is a combination of planning, to do lists and journaling.
They can be as minimal or as creative as you want. In addition to
helping you keep track of your schedule, they make an excellent
record of what you have done during the year. Materials needed for
the workshop are, a notebook or journal and any decorative materials
you may want to use (stickers, washi tape, etc.). We will provide
markers, pencils and pens, and some stamps and decorative materials
will also be available. You can learn more about bullet journaling
online, see examples of bullet journals on our Pinterest board, or
call us at 269-3900 for more information!
call the library (269-3900) or visit our website (oscarfoss.org) for
more information about any of our programs or events. There is
always something happening at the Oscar Foss Memorial Library!
Library hours are; Tuesday and Wednesday: 10am-6pm, Thursday and
Friday: 12pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-1pm, Sunday and Monday: closed.
Barnstead Farmers Market Roundtable Events
Barnstead Farmers Market is sponsoring a Series of Roundtable Events
for individuals who are interested in getting information on selling
first event: Selling and Buying Local, Homemade Foods, is January
15th at 6:30p.m. Colleen Smith, from the DHHS/Food Protection Bureau
will be facilitating the discussion on the Homestead License
Requirement for selling and buying local, homemade food products.
This event is for folks who are thinking of selling their food
products at farmers market or looking to sell retail. It is also for
retail businesses looking to understand the process of reselling
locally made food products.
event is located at the Maple Street Church on 96 Maple Street,
Center Barnstead NH. Please come prepared with questions for an
informative and lively discussion on this matter! RSVP:
email@example.com or call
603-269-2329.Next Event is February 26th Selling Successfully
at a Farmers Market!
To The Editor
to make sure our community knows that there is a very active
Democratic Committee in our area that represents the towns of
Barnstead, Gilmanton, and Alton. The group is comprised of
left-leaning residents from those three towns, both Democrats and
Independents, who are working hard to mobilize in support of
meetings are typically the first Monday of every month at 6:30 at an
alternating site in one of three towns. Come to the meetings to
listen to the dynamic guest speakers, to take part in activism, to
coordinate long-term planning, or just to commune with other
on the email list and be notified of upcoming meetings and actions,
Strength in solidarity!