have full-day Kindergarten? To learn more about a potential full-day
program and reasons behind the change, there will be a
parent/citizen information night held on Tuesday, March 7, at 5:30
p.m. at Chichester Central School. At the School District Meeting
set for Sat., March 11, the School District will be asked if they
support changing our current half-day Kindergarten to a full day
March 5th is the CYA
Baseball/Softball registration deadline. Forms can be found
www.chichesteryouth.com. Registrations will also be
accepted from March 6th - 12th with a $10.00 late fee.
Chicken Tetrazzini will
be served at the Community Supper on March 8. Come to the Chichester
United Methodist Parish Hall and enjoy a meal with your friends and
neighbors at 6 p.m. The Community Suppers are free, although
donations are welcomed and used toward the cost of future suppers.
Happy Birthday to Megan Morey on March 5.
Out Of Your Attic Thrift
Submitted By Carol Hendee
We have been holding a
black frying pan that was paid for and left behind. If you are the
owner, please let me know if you want it or we can refund your
purchase price. Also, still need a wedding dress.
items close-out - hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, 25˘ each! Winter
jackets, $3.00 & Under! Baby clothes 0-18 mo. 25˘ each!
Find us on Rte. 28 North, near the Pittsfield line. Mon. 8-12;
Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4 & like us on Facebook, The
Out of Your Attic Thrift Shop! 247-7191.
My name is Edward Millette and my name will be on the
ballot March 14, 2017 for the position of Chichester Selectman.
After a vacancy was created by Richard DeBold, I was appointed
and given the privilege of serving Chichester as a member of the
Board of Selectmen. Although it has only been a few short
months, I have found the position to be interesting and very
rewarding. With that being said, I would like to continue to
serve on The Board and am asking for your vote.
I am a lifelong
Chichester resident. I attended Chichester Central School,
Pembroke Academy, and Plymouth State College where I earned a BS in
Business Management. After finishing college, I built a house
on Horse Corner Road to raise my own family. My wife and I own
and operate a family owned business that is based in Rochester, NH,
that I am proud to say has been in business for over 52 years.
Giving back and volunteering in our community continues to be an
important part of my life. I have been a member of the
Advisory Budget Committee for that past 7 years, previously served
on the Old Home Day Committee for 5 years, and have been a member of
the Chichester Fire/Rescue Department for over 19 years.
Working with these organizations has allowed me to meet and get to
know many of the great people that live in Chichester. As a
member of the Board, I will continue to get to know as many
residents as possible, listen to your ideas, attend events and
meetings throughout our town, and work together to continue to make
Chichester a great community to live and be proud of.
Thank-you for your consideration, and your vote on March 14th.
Chichester Town Library
School Vacation week-no regular Toddler or Pre-school story
hour. Instead, there will be a special program on Thursday,
March 2nd at 10:30-there will be tables throughout the library
with science experiments and arts & crafts--if you have something
you would like to share, call Lisa & she will find a spot for you.
All ages are welcome.
The Library day-time book club will meet at
noon on Thursday, March 2. This month, participants can talk
about a book they read and give their review.
calendar-the Library will be sponsoring a special event- Jeff Snow
will be bringing you “The Music of Scotland, Ireland and England”
played on guitar, auto harp and bouzouki. This Celtic music
concert will be held Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 2:00 pm at the Grange
Hall. It is free and open to the public.
We are pleased to welcome
a new member to our team at Loose Ends Hair Salon. Jillian McDonnell
has been a hair stylist for 9 years. She specializes in color,
dimensional color, high and lowlights and precision cuts for men and
women. She is now accepting walk-ins and appointments. See our ad in
today’s Sun to make an appointment.