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June 27, 2012

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EYAA is now accepting fall soccer registrations for Epsom children in grades K-6. Teams meet on two weekday evenings and Saturday mornings from mid-August through October.

 

To register, please print a registration form from EYAA’s website: eyaasports.net. Then mail it to us by June 30. Once registered, coaches will contact you with more information about the program. Fall soccer is $50 per child, $100 per family with 2 or more children

 

If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering, please contact: Diane Proulx at 738-2037 or proulx@metrocast.net, or Mark Minasalli at 736-9594 or mark@ktmproperties.com.

 


 

University of New Hampshire’s Dean List

Semester II of the 2011-2012 Academic Year

 

Epsom

Highest Honors

Matthew T. Dlubac, Trevor P. Merrill, Luke M. Underwood

 

High Honors

Christopher M. Allen, Shaylah M. Bartlett, Amanda H. Racine, Amber N. Stephens

 

Honors

Nicole J. Clark, Kelsey A. Dobe, Ashley G. Gelinas, Brittany L. Roberts, Keith E. Sanders

 


 

Kaitlyn J. Moulton, of Epsom, NH has been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2012 semester at the University of Vermont. Moulton is a junior Forestry major in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.

 

To be named to the Dean’s List, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class in their respective college or school.

 


 

Loudon Food Pantry 50/50 Raffle Update

 

Raffle ends on June 30th. Stop in at 30 Chichester Rd., Unit D, Loudon NH and get your tickets today! Ticket Prices: 50¢ each, 5 for $2, or 10 for $3. The winner will be picked at 5:00 pm on June 30th. Check out LoudonFoodPantry.org for daily updates.

 

Funds Badly Needed

We are in dire need for funds to pay our operating expenses, purchase food and to keep the pantry afloat. It costs us $100 per day to operate the pantry. Our steady monthly donors contribute $675. We need your help. Please donate any amount you can. Even small donations add up. Mail your donations to Loudon Food Pantry, 30 Chichester Rd., Unit D, Loudon NH 03307 or go to LoudonFoodPantry.org and donate.

 

In 2011 we gave out enough food for 67,628 meals (our largest months being last quarter). So far in 2012, we’ve given out enough food for 34,103. With the added households over last year, we expect to meet or exceed our 2011 figures.

 

Upcoming Events

Please come visit us at the following events:

• July 28, 2012, Canterbury Fair

• August 11, 2012, Epsom Old Home Day

• August 18, 2012, Loudon Old Home Day

 

Thank you for your continued support!

 


 

Joanne Randall Speaks At BizConNH

 

Joanne Randall, Owner and CEO of Leap Year Marketing in Epsom and the Host of The NH Women In Business radio show, will be a featured speaker at BizConNH 2011 in Peterborough NH on Saturday, September 22 from 9 am - 3:30 pm. Randall is co-presenting with Author, Mike Dolpies, owner of Cyber Space to Your Place. Randall’s and Dolpies’ topic is "Put Your Business in the Palms of Their Hands: The Secrets of Mobile Marketing."

 

Randall’s and Dolpies’ workshop is one of 15 workshops at BizConNH, led by experts on social media, marketing, advertising, business growth, finance and leadership. The event also features an exhibit hall with 30+ B2B exhibitors, table talks, networking opportunities and keynote speech by Matt Mowry, editor of Business NH Magazine, on the "Secrets of Top Performers."

 

Platinum Sponsor, Connecticut River Bank, N.A. is hosting BizConNH along with the Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce. Gold and Silver sponsorships are available for those wishing to take a leadership role in the central and southern NH business community. More information and registration for exhibitors, sponsors and attendees is available by calling the chamber at 924-7234 or going online at www.BizConNH.com.

 


 

Epsom Central School Honor & Effort Roll

2011-2012

 

Epsom Central School would like to congratulate the following students on their Honor and Effort Roll status for term three.

 

Grade 8

High Honors

Melissa Allen, Sarah Jacques, Matthew Paige, Lindsay Peacock

 

Grade 8

Honors

Kamren Anderson, Luke Andrews, Brooke Audet, Lila Bradley, Jayla Decker, Nancy Gregory, Cortney Lewis, David Miner, Nicholas Muise, Collin Ramsdell, Kaitlyn Roukey, Selena Small, Cheyenne Snedeker, Sarah Swanson, Nichole Wilson

 

Grade 7

High Honors

Derek Ladd

 

Grade 7

Honors

Piper Cote, Aaron Gagnon, Lauren Graham, Samantha Kelsea, Donald MacCallum, Christian Murchison, Aimee Payeur, Mackenzie Pettigrew, Chandler Rondeau, Jensen Stam, Megan Tremblay

 

Grade 6

High Honors

Chandler Bean, Timothy Bowen, Earnhardt Dail, Renee Proulx, Jackson Thomas

 

Grade 6

Honors

Harrison Bergeron, Ryan Burns, Noah Cummings, Sydney Juranty, Michael Perry, Azlynn Shaikh

 

Grade 5

High Honors

Madison Bennett, Jakob Mavity, Katherine Muise

 

Grade 5

Honors

Christian Army, Jane Bradley, Connor Canning, Dylan Canning, Abigail Downey, Emily Duffy, Alyssa Hubbard, Nathan Lamontagne, Jack Lucier, Lucciano Minasalli, Ashton Ramsdell, Colby Stenner, Katelyn Young

 

Effort Roll

Grade 4

Christian Burbank, Nathan Fries, Calvin Michael

 

Grade 3

Reilly Beaulieu, Kaycee Blodgett, Colby Calnan, Alexandra Canning, Alexis Carignan, Harrison Keyes, Giovanni Minasalli, Grace Parker, Cassidy Rondeau, Owen Thomas, Nick Whitney, Jordan Whittier

 


 

Letter

 

To my constituents in Allenstown, Epsom, and Pittsfield:

Possibly the most important bill I sponsored this year is HB137, which is on the Governor’s desk. The result of several years of work, HB137 separates the state fire code from the building code and provides oversight on adoption of the fire code. This issue is important to anyone who is building, renovating, or using a public building (anything but a single family home!) in the state. Governor Lynch has signed my HB1633, which allows school districts to show the board vote tally on warrant articles, and SB342, adapting the state building code to specifically address the details of log structures.

 

Another important bill of mine on the Governor’s desk is HB1508, on the Board of Mental Health Practice. I started it to address some minor issues: allowing late license renewal, details of the patients’ bill of rights, and protection for therapists accused of misconduct during a court case. That was better addressed in HB1173, which we folded into HB1508. Finally, HB1508 addresses the privacy rights of mental health patients whose therapists were being investigated; the Board has had severe problems with this in the past, leading the legislature to ban implementation of their rules with last year’s HJR3.

 

Also waiting for the Governor are HB1217, on the reciprocity of advance directives, and SB311, on weights and measures. HB1217 simply directs New Hampshire hospitals, etc, to accept out of state living wills, even if they aren’t in the correct local style. SB311, as I previously mentioned, allows the department to collect weights and measures fees, establishes an advisory council, and separates the requirements for an invoice from those for a delivery ticket from a fuel dealer.

 

Interested readers can email me for my newsletter, with more details than I can fit in a letter.

 

Representative Carol McGuire

Carol@McGuire4House.com

782-4918

 


 

Letter

 

I wanted to take a moment to be thankful for all the logging that is going on between Carriage Hill and Oak Ridge.

 

In previous years, we have not had this amount of wildlife in our back yards. The local cats would keep the squirrel population down. And other wildlife kept mostly to the woods.

 

Now, due to the logging which has pushed the wildlife into our back yards, we have wildlife everywhere. Personally, I now have about 8-10 red squirrel families living in my back yard. Neighbors now have skunk, fox and other wildlife living in their yards.

 

So again, I wanted to share my appreciation for the clear cutting, as the wildlife issue we did not previously have, we now "enjoy".

 

Joy Cosseboom

 


 

Epsom Old Home Day "Where Good Friends Gather"

 

We have a full weekend of activities scheduled for August 10, 11, and 12, 2012. For details of the weekend events go online to: www.epsomnh.org. There will also be postings at local store fronts and at Webster Park.

 

Come out and show your town spirit and enjoy the festivities. August 10th - traditional burying of the beans 5:45 pm and Karaoke 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the large Pavilion.

 

Anyone interested in participating and to register in our parade for August 11th, contact Scott Hahn at 736-9735 or Georgia Perry at 736-8802. For Antique/Classic Cars contact Bob Hahn at 736-8164 or Scott Hahn at 736-9735.

 

On Sunday, August 12th, a 4K Road Race and 2K walk is being sponsored by Delta-Dental. For race info and applications go to: http://bit.ly/xetZqP

 

There will also be a duck race on Sunday, August 12th, 12:00 - 1:00 pm. Tickets are $5.00 each or 5 tickets for $20.00 and are available during Old Home Day Weekend.

 

To be a general sponsor, please make funds payable to Friends of Webster Park. To Submit a Citizen of the Year, email EpsomOldHomeDay@yahoo.com or send all mail to: Georgia Perry, 190 North Road, Epsom, NH 03234. 

 


 

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