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 soccerskillscamp.org. 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 - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Birthday to Derek Duford on July 6.
If the CYA Soccer registration form is still in your to-do pile,
please hunt it out and send it in. They are due on July 15.
Lost it? They can be found online at chichesteryouth.com.
The Chichester Grange July Eat-Out will be at Makris Restaurant
on July 19. Members are welcome to bring family and friends. Please
let Mary West know how many will be attending.
Out Of Your Attic Thrift
Submitted By Carol Hendee
Found some boxes
outback. We have shorts, tank tops, swim suits, and dresses.
Happy to say we have received enough books to be able to offer a
paper bag full for $2.00.
Located on Rte 28 north (5 mi. from the
Epsom Circle) in the grey plaza on the left. Mon. 8-12; Tues.
& Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4. 247-7191. Like us
Chichester Town Library
The Knitting Circle continues to meet through the summertime
and will be meeting this afternoon at the library at 3:30.
Memory Café will be meeting on July 10th at 2:30 p.m. at the
Northwood Lake Beach (54 Lake Shore Drive). People can either
go directly there or meet up at the Epsom Library at 2:15 to
coordinate rides/driving. If it’s a rainy day, the Cafe
will meet at the Chichester Town Library.
There is a correction
to last week’s article for the Down Cellar Poets. They are
meeting on Monday, July 10th, instead of the 3rd, because of the
holiday. We hope no one was inconvenienced.
scheduled activity for the Summer Reading Program is next Wednesday,
July 12th, at 3:30 p.m., when local author and illustrator,
Professor Cookie, will read her book, The Lie. Older
kids will be learning how to create and develop a story board, while
younger ones will explore how to both develop and draw a character
of their own.
The Down Under Used Book area would love to receive
your used books to get things ready for the next sale on July 15th.
We’ve been fortunate that our customer base continues to expand, and
that our long-time customers remain faithful. Thanks so much.
And, last but not least, a “share” on Face Book that helps to answer
some person’s question of why we even need libraries, with some
additions: 1) an unemployed resident using the internet
connection to look for and apply for jobs; 2) families saving money
and resources by borrowing books and DVDs, instead of buying them;
3) programs for the youngest children and caretakers to instill a
love of reading and learning; 4) hosting community organizations for
meetings and activities; 5) planning and executing community
programs; 6) hosting used book sales; and the list just continues.
Receives Globe Community Fund Grant
A $1,500 grant
has been received from the Globe Community Fund of the New Hampshire
Charitable Foundation. The grant money will be used toward the
purchase of a gazebo for the GREENSPACE being developed at the
Grange/Town Hall on Main St. The GREENSPACE is being worked on
by local community design charrette team and other interested
community members. Recent changes at the GREENSPACE include a
roadside wall built by Dan Schroth with the help of many volunteers
and the planting of ten evergreen trees donated by Millican
Wholesale Nurseries, Inc.
More funds will need to be raised for
the purchase of the gazebo. This 16’ structure is made from CA
Natural Select (Arsenic-Free) pressure treated southern yellow pine
with a cedar-shingled roof. Interior benches will provide
seating. The gazebo will be used for a variety of future
events as work continues to create “A VILLAGE CENTER, AGAIN”.
For information about this project, call Lucille Noel, 798-5709 or
email Michelle Plunkett at email@example.com or
Donation to the Gazebo Fund can be sent to: Chichester Heritage
Commission, 54 Main St. Chichester, NH 03258
Chichester Central School
Trimester 3 Honor Roll
Brudniak, Camdyn Despres, Caleb May, Madelyn Pitman
Evan Barnouski, Evan Berkeley, Ireland Baines, Brooke Daly, Savannah
Eaton, Alissa Lorden, Memori Valentin, Kaytlin White
Michael Cox, Lindsey Eaton, Mackenzie Hawkins, Jace
LaCross, Lilly Losey, Logan Purvis, Sophia Sykes
Cameron Clarke, Johnathan Holler, Tyler Marsden, Michael McLaughlin,
Preston Monterio, Henry Tripp, Victoria Vallee, Mason Weir
Joe Bourbeau, Aylsin Claudio, Colby Despres,
Camden Kunitake, Michael Strazzeri, James Valotto
Isaiah Berkeley, Dale Brown, Brayden Casey, Andrew Chiavaras,
Kaydence Corson, Myles Davison, Niomi Jensen, Tristan Laflamme,
Kelsey Montambeault, Tyler Nolan, Matthew O’Rourke
Ryan Ardine, Summer Pescinski, Mason Pillsbury,
Michael Pitman, Nathan Smith, Matthew Wagner
Berkeley, Brooke Davison, Laci Grillo, Allison Miner, Marshall
Hanna, Abigail Randall
Chiavaras, Helen Cika, Rachel Clark, Corey Cleasby, Katie Edmonds,
Sophia Gulo, Jack Harkness, Lindsay Hawkins, Leah LaCross, Bridget
Mercier, Robert Shaw
Ryan Casey, Brett Cassel, Macayla
Fisher, Kelly Garnett, Ben Kunitake, Jason Quinno
Beverly L. Cheney
Beverly L. Cheney, 89, of Granny Howe Road, died June 21st at her
home following a long illness.
She was born in Concord, the
daughter of George and Margaret Dennerly. She was a graduate of
Concord High School. She worked as a telephone operator for N.E.Tel
& Tel for many years.
She was the widow of Gordon Cheney, Sr.,
who died in 2011 and is survived by two sons, Gordon Cheney, Jr. and
wife Sharon of Chichester; Arthur Cheney and wife Pat of Daytona
Beach, FL; a daughter, Marjorie Anderson of Daytona Beach; eight
grandchildren, several great grandchildren and a great great
grandson; three brothers, Dwayne Dennerly, Dana Dennerly, and Rev.
Charles Arsenault, and a sister Namoni Emerson; several nieces and
There are no visiting hours. A Memorial Service was held
in the chapel of the Waters Funeral Home, 50 So. Main St. Concord on
Tuesday, June 27 at 1:00 PM. The Rev. Dwayne Bailey of the Concord
Hospice House and her brother, Rev. Charles Arsenault co-officiated.
In lieu of flowers, Donations in her memory may be made to CRVNA –
Hospice Program, 33 Pillsbury St., Concord, NH 03301.
Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.