Chichester NH News

June 21, 2017


The Community Design Charette Team will meet on Monday, June 21, at 7 p.m. in the Historical Society Museum on Main Street. The public is always welcome to participate in these meetings.


On June 3 and 10 Dan Schroth and his brother Mark mentored a group of volunteers in the art of stonework.  With Nate Bronnenberg and his piece of heavy equipment, stones were put in place. The wall defines the roadside Greenspace at the Grange/Town Hall , and it is beautiful.  Thank you  Dan and Mark and all the community members who were willing to move this project forward.


The final work date for the stonewall at the Greenspace will be Saturday, July 1, from 6 a.m. on. Dan Schroth starts early. Many hands are needed. Lunch will be provided. For information contact Lucille Noel 798-5709 or Bernd Reinhardt 736-7074.


Happy Anniversary to Jim and Rebecca Pillsbury on June 21 and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Millette on July 22.


Happy Birthday to Marlene Hammond on June 21, Emma Stone on June 22, and Tara Gelinas on June 23.


CYA Soccer registration forms have been sent home with students in grades K-5th.  They can also be found online at Please be sure to get your registration forms sent in at your earliest convenience before the busy summer season is here. We do not want anyone to miss the July 15th deadline.


The CYA will be hosting again this year a Caramba Soccer Skills Camp at Carpenter Park July 31st-August 4th. Camp is 9:00am- 3:00pm and is open to kids in grades 1st-8th. This is a great camp to get the kids ready for the fall soccer season which will begin in early-mid August. Forms can be found online at Chichester families pay $170.00 for the camp which is a discounted rate from the normal $210.00. If you have any questions feel free to contact Todd Monterio -



Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee


We want to thank all the wonderful patrons who donated DVD covers, CDcovers, food, and toiletries for the Food Pantry and those who bring us bags to use for purchases, and all the other wonderful donations that keep the Attic open.


We want to remind everyone once again, we DO NOT Accept TVs, monitors, PCs, etc. Someone left a TV outside. I bet they knew there is a fee of $20 to take that TV to the recycling station. We were surprised and not happy with the cost.


We do appreciate it when people ask if we will accept an item they are not sure of.  It is a small store and big items just do not fit.
Located at 345 Suncook Valley Hgwy, Chichester.  Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4.  247-7191.  Check Facebook for specials.



Chichester Town Library News


Thanks to all who came to the Open House on Saturday, as well as to those who joined us at the Down Under Used Book Sale.  The library is the focus of many community activities and having residents come by and support it makes the community a better place.


The Knitting Circle meets this afternoon at 3:30 p.m.


The Teen Advisory Group meets Saturday, June 24th at 9:30 p.m.  Come and enjoy the company of other teens and plan projects of fun and challenge.


The Chichester Photography Group will meet at the library on Monday, June 26th at 6:30 p.m.


There will be a basket-making class next week, on June 28th, at 6 p.m.  The basket will be the size of a standard tissue box.  Reservations are necessary and there is a small fee for materials.  Please call Lisa at 798-5613 to reserve your place.


The sign-up for the Summer Reading Program, “Make a Better World,” has already begun.  With special programs planned throughout the summer, this is a great way to keep the kids engaged with reading, learning and fun.  The SRP will end on August 25th, but booklets can be turned in anytime.  Prizes this year include a game at Chuckster’s and an ice cream at Frekey’s.  Stay tuned for information on the special programs.












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