The Chichester Town Pantry would like to thank Walter Sanborn, Faith
Duclos and Guy Goodwin for their donations this month.
Chichester Grange will meet on Wednesday, December 7, at 7 p.m. at
the home of Hannah West on 3 Depot Road for the annual Planning
Meeting. Please note that this meeting will not be at the Grange
There will no official tree lighting event in Chichester this year.
Time ran away from the committee, and there was some concern about a
December 3rd tree lighting on the same day as Pittsfield. On
December 10th the PTO will be having Breakfast with Santa and the
Christmas Season in Chichester will be well launched. The plan is to
string up the lights and turn them on for the holidays, but not to
hold an official "lighting." If you miss this event, please say so,
and we’ll see about next year.
Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
On Monday, November 21st, the Baby Threads trailer made another trip
to Lancaster with winter clothing and Christmas bags. We’ll have
We can sell your excess calendars and day planners. We still have
plenty of Christmas lights and decorations.
Sale for the season from December 1-9: all footbaths $1.00; All
jewelry, B1G1F (Buy one, get one free); all dinnerware 1/2 price;
Christmas books, including cookbooks, craft, story and children’s
Christmas books are B1G1F.
So make us your shopping destination! We are on Route 28, next to
Parker’s Roast Beef near the Pittsfield line. Opened Mon. 8-12,
Tues. and Thurs. 8-4, Wed. 11-4 and Sat. 10-4. Or you can call us at
707-7577 or 247-7191.
Chichester Central School
First Quarter Honor Roll
Alexandra Bonacorsi, Katherine Jameson, Lauren Lehoullier, Stone
Marston, Colby Mitchell, Jade Pescinski, Jeffrey Wagner
Halah Abdelwahid, Jessica Boyajian, Samantha Boyajian, Levi Cooper,
Nicholas Davidson, Korie Driscoll, Isobella Gill, Julia Harrison,
Kendra Luba, Jacob Marden, Iain McCormack, Carter Pillsbury, Jacob
Jordan Birkle, Angelo Besho, Alysse Cleasby, Sarah Miner, Levi
Putman, Nolan Sykes
Jacquelyn Arell, Mikayla Cadorette, Eric Chapman, David Langton,
Jack Lehoullier, Sean Marden, Sean Menard, Derrick Pierson, Brianna
Randall, Hannah Ricker, Samantha Weir
Joseph Edmonds, Elizabeth Donzello-Jewett, Kyle Mitchell, Vickey
Mudgett, Tyler Smith, Julia Valotto, Kelly Wagner
Evan Amour, Cassandra Bonacorsi, Madeleine Boyer, Jonathan Brown,
Steven Cavanaugh, Zachary Davidson, Luke Griffith, Cole Hapgood,
Kyle Harrison, Jared Murray, Abbie O’Rourke, Danielle Parent, Alex
Pratt, Jaden Russell, Maria Skidmore, Justin Smith, Delanie St.
Laurent, Caleb Stock, BettyJane Weir
Jeremy Bates, Killian Drouse, Meghan Hubbard
Kennis Barker, Alexandra Biron, Patrick Cavanaugh, Alise Friel, Kyle
Frisbie, Colby Justin, Ciara Labbe, Ryley Marston, Julia Nadeau,
Damien Wells, Emma York
Alyssa Bras, Sarah Harkness, Kyle Menard, Josiah Putman
Emanuil Besho, Jonah Bras, Angus Jameson, Collin Justin, Trever
Chichester Library News
On Friday, December 9th, from 3:30 - 5:00, Marie Harris, the New
Hampshire Poet Laureate from 1999 to 2004 will be holding a poetry
workshop with Thinking Ink, the Chichester Library’s young writer’s
club. Any student in grades 4 through 7 are invited to attend. You
may bring in one of your poems for discussion. Call the library at
798-5613 to register.
That same night, Friday, December 9th, from 6:30 – 8:30 the students
in Chichester who participated in the Currier Museum’s Art for Art
program, entitled Three Dimensional Art will be holding an artist’s
reception. Parents, grandparents, friends and strangers are welcome
to drop in. We hope you can make it.
We will be holding monthly raffles to raise money for the coming
Community Meeting Room. This month’s raffle will be drawn December
23. We will raffle off a watercolor print, painted by Conrad Young
of the Old Man in the Mountain, three homemade baked items: an apple
pie made by Tammy Jameson, a plate of assorted Christmas cookies
made by Lisa Prizio, Amandelkoek, a Dutch almond cake made by Linda
Fisher. Tickets are 3 for $1.00 or 50 cents each.
The library continues to collect children’s mittens, hats and
blankets for the Lion’s Club.
Crystal Gosselin Receives New
"Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE®)"
Professional negotiation skills are a must for all real estate
agents helping home buyers and sellers, especially in the current
market. Crystal Gosselin has been awarded the Certified Negotiation
Expert (CNE®) designation by the Real Estate Negotiation Institute
The CNE® is earned by real estate professionals after successfully
completing formal negotiation training. Agents who receive this
certification are in the top 1% of all agents nationally.
With professional negotiation skills, agents are able to help
clients obtain better results in the sale or purchase of their home.
CNE® agents have a powerful competitive edge because of their
ability to 1) communicate effectively to uncover more information,
2) help clients understand their options, 3) work collaboratively
with others, and 4) resolve deadlocks. CNE® agents have a thorough
understanding of how to negotiate effectively to help achieve their
The Real Estate Negotiation Institute is the leading negotiation
training and coaching company in the real estate industry. Tom
Hayman, the CEO and Co-Founder of the Real Estate Negotiation
Institute, is a professional negotiator with 35+ years of
negotiation experience, including 25 years with The Procter and
Gamble Company (Fortune 50 company). Hayman asserts "Any Buyer or
Seller who hires a CNE® agent can feel confident they have one of
the best trained negotiators in real estate. They should achieve
superior results and have better resolution of all issues when
represented by a CNE® agent."
Crystal Gosselin is the associate broker of the Bean Group. Visit
CrystalGosselin.com, call (603)748-0366 or (603)569-0700 ext. 7509.