HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
Dispose of all the hazardous chemicals stored in your home, garage, from your
garden or yard and from your workbench: for a details and a full list of items that
will be accepted visit the town website www.northfieldnh.org
Saturday, July 28, 2012 8:30am - Noon Saturday, August 4m 2012 8:30am - Noon
Belmont - Fire Station (info 267-8300) Bristol - NH DOT Garage (info 744-3354)
Franklin - Public Works Garage (info 934-4103) Laconia - Public Works Garage (info 528-6379)
Gilford - Public Works Garage (info 527-4778) Center Ossipee - Town Highway Garage
Meredith - Public Works Garage (info 539-4121 or 539-4181)
(info 279-6352 or 279-8480) Moultonborough - Town Highway Garage
CONGRATULATIONS CHIEF STEVE ADAMS
FOR 20 YEARS OF SERVICE TO NORTHFIELD
At Tuesday’s Selectboard meeting, Chief Steve Adams was
presented with a plaque recognizing him for his 20 years of
service to the Northfield community. Sel. Bluhm started
the presentation by recapping the Chiefs career and invited
Sheriff Scott Hilliard up to say a few words. At the
conclusion the Selectboard presented Chief Adams with a
plaque recognizing his contribution and the audience gave
him a standing ovation.
HIGHWAY & SANITATION DEPARTMENT
ROAD WORK FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 30TH
Next week the Highway Department will be ditching Reservoir Rd and installing a cross-
culvert, Tuesday (weather permitting) they will be shimming Peverly Rd/Zion Hill, and
throughout the week doing some roadside mowing, and regular maintenance.
SAVE THE DATE
Fall Amnesty Days September 13th, 14th, 15th.
NORTHFIELD RECYCLERS HELP OUR TAX RATE
In the first 6 months of 2012 Northfield recyclers brought materials to the Transfer
Station that were sold for $11,806.72. This money has been applied against the total that
needs to be raised by taxes.
If you are a recycler, THANK YOU
If you don’t recycle yet then please consider starting. Not only does it help the
environment, it also helps reduce our tax rate.
July 16th –July 22nd, The Northfield Police Department responded to 141 calls for service.
The following people were arrested:
Michael Lima 41, of Belmont for Protective Custody-Alcoholism.
Sean Vandell 28, of Sanbornton on two Bench Warrants for Theft & Receiving Stolen
Angel Smith 32, of Northfield for Driving after Revocation/Suspension and a Bench
Warrant for Disorderly Conduct.
Patrick J Roy 18, of Concord for Unlawful Possession of Alcohol.
Brittany Bean 20, of Bow for Unlawful Possession of Alcohol.
Steven P Lemire 22, of Northfield for Facilitating a Drug or Underage Alcohol House
Sean Baker 25, of Northfield for Resisting Arrest or Detention and a Bench Warrant for
failure to appear for DWI.
James Smith 32, of Northfield for Protective Custody-Alcoholism.
Mark Berry 48, of Nashua for Harassment.
Tyler Greenhalgh 19, of Franklin for three counts of Default or Breach of Bail
Elizabeth Signer 20, of Andover for Unlawful Possession of Alcohol.
Logan McIntire 18, of Franklin for Protective Custody-Alcoholism.
Sara Bronson 18, of Franklin for Protective Custody-Alcoholism.
Candyce Thibeault 18, of Franklin for Protective Custody-Alcoholism.
Miranda Ball 19, of Hill for Protective Custody-Alcoholism.
Anthony Gaudette 22, of Derry for Reckless Operation.
Other calls include; Theft from Motor Vehicles, Endangering the Welfare of A Child,
Criminal Trespass, Disobeying an Officer, Pistol Permits, Animal Involved Incidents,
Domestic Disturbance, Conduct after an Accident, Drug Investigations, Business Alarm
Activation, Citizen Assists, Civil Matters, Found Property, General Disturbance, Juvenile
Complaints, MV Accidents, MV Check/Complaint & Lockout, Noise Complaint,
Property Checks, Road Hazards/Obstructions, Paperwork Services, Stranded/Disabled
Motorists, Suspicious Activity/Vehicle and a VIN Verifications.
HALL MEMORIAL LIBRARY HAPPENINGS
Monday, July 30 Chess Club, 4-7 p.m.
Tuesday, July 31 Noon Book Group “Ladies of Liberty” by Cokie Roberts
Wednesday, August 1 Story Time, 10:30 a.m. - Owls and Other Night Creatures
Art & Crafts, 3:30 p.m. Aurora Borealis Sky – We'll use shaving
cream and watercolors to create a swirling sky.
Thursday, August 2 Ghost Hunting: How To Learn tips for a successful hunt.
For tweens and teens
Friday, August 3 Sit and Knit, 2-5 p.m.
“The Absolutist” by John Boyne
“Gold” by Chris Cleave
“Prince William: the man who will be king” by Penny Junor
“Prisoner of Heaven” by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
“Ransom River” by Meg Gardiner
“The Red House” by Mark Haddon
Preparing for your SAT's? We've got an amazing free offer for 15 New Hampshire high
school students! Join the college planning gurus from the non-profit NHHEAF Network
Organizations at Hall Memorial Library and get the information, resources and practice
you need to take standardized tests. In addition to gaining insight and advice, every
student will receive a free copy of The Official SAT Study Guide. The class runs on
August 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th from 10:30 – Noon. Pre-Registration is a must, so call 286-
8971 today. This free program is presented by the Center for College Planning.
PINES COMMUNITY CENTER
61 Summer Street Northfield, NH 03276
Check out the Pines on Facebook!
Sign up for Fall Programs and Sports at the Pines beginning July 5th! Registration
ends August 31st! Don’t wait to register; these programs fill up fast.
Alan & Savina Hartwell Memorial
FREE SUNDAY CONCERTS
Tilton & Northfield’s Summertime Classic Series
Every SUNDAY EVENING during JULY and AUGUST
at ISLAND PARK, starting at 6:00pm
The Island in the middle of the
(and reached by a short ornate foot-bridge)
is only 1 mile from either Exit 20 or Exit 19 off I-93, and is a beautiful spot for a
picnic or a brief respite any Summer day.
The Concert schedule provides a varied musical venue, with a different Band
performing each Sunday. If you're a “local”, come out to hear some good entertainment
and visit with your friends, if you're “just visiting” or “passing” through", stop by for a
while...we'll be happy to see you!
THE 2012 SCHEDULE OF CONCERT
JULY 29 MILL CITY REVIVAL BAND-80’S
AUG. 5 KAREN MORGAN/ PONY EXPRESS
AUG. 12 COMPAQ BIG BAND
AUG. 19 60’S INVASION- BEATLE TRIBUTE
AUG. 26 ANNIE & THE ORPHANS -POP
Alan & Savina Hartwell Bandstand/Tilton Island Park
OUR 20TH SEASON OF FREE CONCERTS, Dedicated to Alan Hartwell 2012
We are also hoping to put together a keepsake to commemorate the 20th Anniversary,
more information will follow.
Refreshments are available nearby, but feel free to bring your own or a Picnic
(no Alcohol please)
and DO BRING CHAIRS or BLANKETS to sit on!
FREE TO ALL and are "weather-permitting" subject to cancellation due to rain.
"WONDERFUL CONCERTS, IN A BEAUTIFUL SETTING"
Tilton and Northfield's Summertime Classic!
More Information Is Available: By Phone: 603-286-3000
07/28/2012 to 07/29/2012
The Summer Craft Show will be held on Saturday, July 28th, from 10am-5pm and
29th, from 10am-4pm and will feature over 80 crafters. The show will be held rain or
shine and located next to Old Navy at the Tanger Outlets. Admission and parking are
free. For more information, visit www.joycescraftshows.com.
FARMER‘S MARKET @ TANGER
Locally Grown Produce will be featured weekly at the Farmers’ Market at Tanger Outlets
in Tilton. This summer sample some fresh, locally grown produce. The “Exit 20
Farmers’ Market at Tanger Outlets” will take place each Wednesday from 3 pm – 6 pm,
June 27th – September 26th in the Tanger parking lot between Old Navy and the Banana
Republic Factory Store. The “Exit 20 Farmers’ Market at Tanger Outlets” will feature
more than 10 vendor booths. In addition to a variety of fruits and vegetables, customers
will also find homemade soaps, hot sauces and baked goods, flowers and more
SANBORNTON FARMER‘S MARKET
Sanbornton Farmer’s Market – Every Friday from 3-6pm through October 5th – They
have veggies including organic vegetables, hot sauces, wines from a local winery, maple
products, honey and lots of other items including homemade soap, bread and pastries.
FRANKLIN FARMER‘S MARKET @ FRH
The Franklin Farmer‘s Market takes place every Tuesday starting featuring a variety of
local produce, meats, dairy and breads on the lawn at Franklin Regional Hospital from 2-
5pm. For more information call 934-2060, extension 8369
BELMONT OLD HOME DAY
Saturday, August 11, 2012
“Celebrating Our Community”
Day Events-Belmont High School
o 7-10 a.m. First Baptist Church Breakfast
o Crafts, Food and Novelty
o Community Organization Booths-Belmont Bogie Busters, Belmont Fire
Dept, Class of 2013, French Club, Spanish Club and more
o 9 a.m. 10 mile run from the Middle School-Organized by Roberts Family
o 9:30 a.m. Children’s Fun Run-Organized by Gretta Olson-Wilder and
o 10 a.m. Children’s Pedal Tractor Pull-Organized by Candice Murray
o 10:30 a.m. Moulton Sanbornton Band performs
o 11-11:30 a.m. Granite State Disc Dogs performance
o 11-1 p.m. Jandee Lee Porter Country Band performs
o 12 p.m. Home Run Derby
o 1 p.m. Children’s Parade-entry forms at www.belmontnh.org
o 1:15 p.m. Belmont High School Band performs
o 1:30 p.m. “Community Showcase”-entry forms at www.belmontnh.org
Winnipesaukee Squares Line dancers (1/2 hr show)
East Athletic Cheerleaders perform
o Bounce House
Evening Events-Bryant Field
• Chicken BBQ by the Fire Dept.
o Food and Novelties
o Community Organization Booths-Boy Scouts, NJHS, Spanish Club and
o 5-10 p.m. Rock Wall and Bungee Jump
o 7-9:30 p.m. Eric Grant Band perform
o 9:30 p.m. Fireworks by Atlas
o 6-10:30 p.m. Shuttle bus for Evening Entertainment from Lakes Region
SANBORNTON OLD HOME DAYS CELEBRATION
“Neighbors in Nature”
Friday Farmers’ Market Field 3-6pm
• Fresh/Local Farmers Market
• Baked Goods contest
• Photo/Art/Hand Crafts exhibit (Library)
• Civil War Encampment set-up (Town Field)
Saturday Old Home Day Celebration Town Field (behind Library) 10am-2pm
• Historical Society’ Pancake Breakfast; Lane Tavern- 8-11am
• Civil War Encampment and demonstrations; 5th NH Volunteers
• FEATURE PRESENTATION!!!
• LIVE WILD ANIMAL Show by Wildlife Encounters -12:30pm
• Demonstrations & Vendors
• Food & and family fun
• 12th NH Volunteer Serenade Band 6 p.m. (Farmers’ Market Field)
Sunday Sanbornton Congregational Church, United Church of Christ 10am-2pm
• Community Worship Service
• Luncheon to follow
BECOME A VOLUNTEER DRIVER
Within the Mid-State community transportation region* of New Hampshire access to
basic and essential services can be challenging for residents who are unable to obtain
reliable transportation due to age and disability or other limiting circumstances. The
Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. Volunteer Driver
Program (VDP) augments and works with existing VDPs operating in and through
Belknap and Merrimack counties to provide expanded access to transportation. Volunteer
drivers provide door-to-door service as well as feeder service to public transportation
services and routes in the region including to the Rural Transportation System, Concord
Area Transit and Winnipesaukee Transit.
If you have:
• A desire to help someone in the community,
• A valid New Hampshire driver’s license Call or e-mail:
and auto insurance, Susan Jutras,
• Are over 21 years old, and Volunteer Driver Program Coordinator
• Own a dependable vehicle . . . Community Action Program
You will benefit from the rewards of volunteering P.O. Box 1016
as much as our clients do! 2 Industrial Park Drive
You can: Concord, New Hampshire 03302-1016
• Set your own hours
• Provide as few or as many trips as you’d like
• Receive mileage reimbursement of $.41 a mile
DO YOU NEED TRANSPORTATION
Access to basic and essential services can be challenging for residents who are unable to
obtain reliable transportation due to age or disability.
If you are:
• 60 years or older or
• A person with disabilities
You qualify for a ride through the Volunteer Drivers Program!
We provide rides to:
• Medical appointments
Rides are available between 5am and 6pm
• Barber or beauty shops
Just contact the CAT Dispatch at: 603-225-1989
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
• Banks For information on becoming a volunteer driver
• Visit loved ones Call Susan Jutras: 603-224-8043
• Volunteer / Work locations or e-mail email@example.com