thinking about enrolling your child in preschool this fall? Are you
looking for a place where your child can make friends, learn in a
program that encompasses all learning styles and abilities? Do you
want your child to go to school at a place where children are
allowed to express their normal curiosity while being stimulated and
learning new skills? Now is the time to take action!
Center School in Northwood is currently accepting registrations for
the 2013-2014 school year. There are only a few openings left in our
Monday/Wednesday/Friday class at this time. We also have openings
in our Tuesday/Thursday class as well. Or, if you are interested,
your child could come all five mornings!
Center School is a parent cooperative preschool located next to the
Town Hall in Northwood, which provides a developmental program for
three, four, and five year olds of Northwood and surrounding towns.
Call or email us soon to find out about the school or to get an
information packet! For information, please email our director,
Karen Andersen at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at the school at
quickly! School starts the first week of September.
Silva And Roberta Stearns
Harvey Lake Woman’s Club is having a busy summer. On July 27 the
Club held a very successful bake and craft sale and is looking
forward to next year’s bean hole bash.
August 6 meeting was a field trip to Cannon Mountain, a ride up the
aerial tramway and stroll to the lookout tower. The day was perfect
with views as far as Orford Mountain in Quebec. Two carloads of
women then stopped at Profile Lake to view the sculpture which
commemorates the Old Man of the Mountain.
August 22 President Ginny Rogers attended the GFWC-NH Summer Board
Meeting and was a panel presenter on “projects their club supports.”
September 3 meeting will be a brown bag lunch at Joann Bailey’s camp
on Jenness Pond. We will meet there at 12 noon. Members are asked
to bring baby shower items which will be delivered to Concord
Club has received an invitation to the Deerfield Women’s Club’s
Tuesday, September 10, Reciprocity Day program and late luncheon.
Please call Lucy Silva by Saturday, August 31, for more information
and to RSVP.
a service organization and a member of General Federation of Women’s
Clubs-NH. Its object is to promote sociability and culture and to
make itself a power for good in the community. All women in the
area are invited to join us.
To The Editor
recent Northwood Board of Selectmen article in The Sun, in which
they praised and thanked all involved with the July Bean Hole Bash
was well deserved by all who spent many hours organizing this event.
We can, firsthand, relate to the time and effort that is required
for such an event. We both were involved with Northwood’s 200th and
225th anniversary celebrations as treasurer and chairman. We had
wonderful committee members, who were willing to do all kinds of
work, and we thank each and every one of them again, as we reminisce
about those events.
doesn’t seem possible, but in ten years Northwood will be 250 years
old! It is not too soon to start planning for that celebration. Give
some serious thought about how you could participate and ask the
Selectmen to form a steering committee, and to set funds aside each
year to cover the cost of a celebration worthy of Northwood’s 250th
Snowmobile WaterCross Races
Northwood CrankPullers Snowmobile Club is hosting it’s annual
Snowmobile WaterCross races with an antique snowmobile display, flea
market at Lake Shore Farm in Northwood, NH on September 8, 2013.
There is lots going on this year, so bring your family and lawn
chairs and get ready for some great fun or load up your sled and
always, we will have lots of great food as well as club memberships
and apparel. Visit our website
www.northwoodcrankpullers.com for more details and guidelines on
this event. And as always we really appreciate our landowners and
are always looking for new members. Hope to see you there!
open at 7 am, registration 7-9 am and the racing will start at 10
Submitted By Scott
of my wonderful neighbors, friends, friends of friends and even
strangers that have given me support and love during one of the
worst of life’s many events I have ever had to endure.
Monday morning, August 12, my wife of 30 years, Patrice, was waiting
at a stop sign at the end of Ridge road; waiting until it was clear
for her to pull out onto Route 4 and go to work at UNH, Durham.
While waiting there, she was struck and killed by a driver heading
home, who had drifted off of Route 4 after working a night shift.
Obviously it was a completely unnecessary and tragic event.
until this time in my life, I have never had anyone very close to me
pass away. I was completely lost. Lost and stunned and simply
walking in circles not knowing what to do. It was then that I
realized what truly matters most in this world. And that is simply
each other. Not money, not material things but simply people: our
community, our families, our friends. And yes, perfect strangers.
The outpouring of support and caring and love I received in those
first few horrible days of my totally changed life were of the
greatest comfort to me and my 21 year old son Dylan. Without that
support I just don’t know what I would have done.
said this, I want to thank each and every one of you, not just in
Northwood, but all of our surrounding communities. We really are all
neighbors and need more than ever to watch out for each other.
I am a
changed man and I hope a better person now due to what I have
learned. We all live on the same planet, we share the same air and
we all feel the same joy and the same pain that life can hand out. I
feel blessed to have chosen such a wonderful and beautiful place to
live and raise a family. I now know what living in a community is
really all about: it is all about you, my neighbors, my friends and
my fellow man. We are all different but we are all the same.
closing: The world is changing fast and we are hurrying to adapt.
There are more cars on the road than ever and more distractions that
take our minds off of what we should be paying attention to. When
we, all of us, are driving, we are really sharing the road with each
other and as such we have a responsibility to one another. We must
never lose sight of this. We must teach this to our kids, we must
constantly remind ourselves of this, even if we have been driving a
lifetime. Please, drive carefully, wear your seat belts, slowdown
(there is never really any hurry anyway if you think about it) and
always stay alert.
one avoided tragedy can help to give meaning to the passing of my
wonderful, loving wife and devoted mother. Thank you.
MacNevin, 56, of Ridge Road, passed away suddenly Monday, Aug. 12,
2013, in Concord.
was born January 6, 1957, in Lowell, Mass., the daughter of Philip
and Patricia (Byrt) Quinn.
a graduate of Framingham State College in Massachusetts in 1978 and
a graduate MBA of Plymouth State College in 2012. She worked at
Academic Affairs at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
Patrice was very interested in continuing educating and was starting
the process of getting her PhD.
was a devoted mother, a devoted wife, very devoted to her family,
and devoted to her dog, Bennie. She loved to laugh and touched the
lives of countless people with her style, attitude and humor.
Patrice also loved the outdoors and was avid in hiking, biking,
skiing and kayaking. Patrice also picked up playing the flute around
the age of 50 and had recently become interested in bringing her dog
Bennie to dog jumping competitions.
is survived by her husband, Scott MacNevin; a son, Dylan MacNevin;
and a brother, Philip Quinn.
the online guest book, visit
Memorial donations may be made in Patrice’s name to Cocheco Valley
Humane Society, 262 County Farm Road, Dover, N.H. 03820.