Find truth in an
uncertain world! What does the Bible say? Community Bible Study
(CBS) invites women and children of all ages to attend our next
30-week class series.
Together we will discover
truths to help us live well through the study of six New Testament
letters. Join us this fall for a weekly study on Thursdays, 10:00
am until 12:00pm beginning September 14, 2017.
This study is held at New
Beginnings Church of the Nazarene, 33 Staniels Road, Loudon, NH
(Just off Route 106 at the new traffic light by the Z1 Convenience
Community Bible Study is
an interdenominational organization whose mission is to make
disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ in our communities through
caring, in-depth Bible study available to all. Please check out our
website at www.communitybiblestudy.org
to learn more about us. For more information or to receive a
registration form, please contact Connie Zobel at
Our students are from a
variety of Christian denominations, some come from no religious
background and others from non-Christian faiths. We all have the
common goal to study the Bible. The Bible is the most widely
published and studied book in the world. We offer a safe and loving
environment for babies and toddlers with age appropriate Bible
stories and activities. School-aged children typically study the
same passages as the adults allowing families to discuss the Bible
The children’s program is
almost full so please contact us regarding availability. We have
about 700 Bible study classes throughout the United States. CBS is
also active internationally in over 80 countries.
Chichester Town Library
The Knitting Circle will
be meeting this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Bring your knitting or
crochet projects and any questions you might have.
The Library Trustees will
meet on Monday, September 11th at 4 p.m. Any Chichester residents
interested in the workings of the library are invited to attend.
The Poetry Group is
meeting on Monday, September 11th at 7 p.m.
With a change in
schedule, the Lovers of the Chichester Library, which usually meets
on a Monday, will be meeting on Wednesday, September 13th, at 7 p.m.
The Evening Book Club
will return to its normal meeting time of the second Wednesday of
the month, September13th, at 7 p.m. Uncommon Carriers by John
McPhee will be discussed.
The first session of the
Preschool Story and Craft Hour for this school year will be held on
Thursday, September 14th at 10:30 a.m.
Just a reminder that the
Photography Club has compiled a spectacular set of photographs for
the calendar, “Looking at Chichester Past and Present.” It will
sell for $20, with the proceeds to be donated to the Chichester Food
Pantry. If you want some great history of the Town, as well as
promoting good, this is an excellent chance to do it. The library
will have copies to sell, as well.
Out Of Your Attic Thrift
Submitted By Carol Hendee
If you are replacing your
60 watt bulbs with the new LED, we can still use them. We put them
in the lamps for testing. We can also use some of the bigger
plastic bags for sales of coats, hoodies, etc.
Check out our inventory
of household utensils and linens. Quite a few bargains there.
Put in your GPS - 345
Suncook Valley Hgwy, Chichester and visit on Mon. 8-12; Tues. &
Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4; & Sat. 10-4. 247-7191.
The Chichester Historical
Society will present the program “Leavitt Cider Mill” on Monday,
September 11, at 7 p.m. in the Society’s Museum on 49 Main Street.
Laurie Houle, current owner of the cider mill, will share the
history and lore connected with this historic Pittsfield landmark.
This program is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served.
Call 798-5709 for information.
Cecil David White
Cecil David White, 90, of
Chichester, affectionately known as “Grandpa” and “Bumpa,” passed
away on August 30, 2017 after a period of failing health.
Cecil was born on May 5,
1927 in Long Island, NY, the son of the late Harold and Gladys
(Brooker) White. He later attended Concord Commercial College and
graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Accounting in 1949. He
enlisted in the United States Army and proudly served his country as
a code operator during World War II and the Korean Conflict.
Cecil was previously
employed by Associated Grocers of NH and later at Banks Chevrolet,
where he served as secretary and treasurer for 25 years. He later
became a bank officer for Concord National Bank and retired in 1992.
He was well known for the past 22 years as a Walmart Greeter.
He was a former member of
the Millville 4-H Club, serving as its leader for 55 years and
Millville Grange as well as the Odd Fellows and Lodge of Elks. He
held many positions in the 4-H, including winning the NH State
Alumni Award in 1979 and Treasurer of the Merrimack County 4-H
Leader Association for many years. He was also a member of the 4-H
Extension Council and 4-H Foundation. In addition, he was on the
board of directors for the Hopkinton State Fair for several terms.
An active member of the
West Congregational Church in Concord, Cecil was a former member of
the Board of Trustees and former member of the Men’s Club and
He is survived by his
beloved wife of 67 years, Florence L. (Shelley) White; two sons,
Gene White and his wife Patricia of Concord and Peter White and his
wife Janis of Chichester; two daughters, Pamela White and her
husband Jeffrey Dahl of Davenport, FL and Sharon Wescomb and her
husband John of Largo, FL. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren,
Keith, Chris, Jonathan, Greg, Matt, Garry, Brett, Jordan, Molly,
Skye and Nadia and 15 great grandchildren, Victoria, Veronica,
Kaytlin, Madeline, Krysta-Lynn, Meredith, Danielle, Cassidy, Zack,
Gavin, Kameron, Thomas, Chase, George and Cameron.
A Funeral Service was
held on Saturday, September 2nd in the West Congregational Church,
in Concord. Burial will be held at a later date. In lieu of
flowers, donations in Cecil’s memory may be sent to the Merrimack
County 4-H Foundation, 315 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen, NH
03303 or the West Congregational Church, 499 N. State St. Concord,
NH 03301. To share a memory or offer a condolence, please visit