IT WILL BE REVIEWED FOR CONTENT, PERMISSION, AND IN SOME CASES FILED IN THE "CIRCULAR FILE" IF IT IS DEEMED INAPPROPRIATE.
WE WILL ABIDE BY LIVING WITH THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF COMPATABILITY WITH OUR FELLOW RESIDENTS.
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To the MHT Improv Destination ImagiNation's "Tic, Tic, Tic Kapoosh!" team for winning the Regional Challenge.
Come and support these 2nd-4th graders at the State DI Competition on March 31 at Winnacunet High School in Hampton, NH. (Emilie Spaulding)
-Thank you to organizers DeeDee Hammer and Becca Reilly and everyone who participated in the first Family Night Downtown! What a fun-filled night: pot luck dinner, board games, and connecting with many generations of friends and neighbors! We are all looking forward to the repeat performance on March 21st! (ANONYMOUS)
-Thank you to the New Castle Congregational Church for once again, generously opening the Parish Hall in support of community events. It was the perfect location for Family Night Downtown! (ANONYMOUS)
-Thank you to Bill Drew for his on-scene reporting of the Regional Destination Imagination Competition at Sanborn Regional High School on Saturday! Pappou cheered the MHT team on to victory! (The Appreciative Parents of the DI Team Members )
Special thanks to the Recreation Committee, Becca Reilly, and all of other other New Castle residents who went above and beyond to make Halloween such a "treat" for so many children!
From all of their grateful parents!
Would you please WELCOME.... Samantha and Jared Fuller as new residents of New Castle. Sam and her family spent their summers here (23 Elm Court) for many decades. Their 3 - WONDERFUL - boys started at MHT in September and the family is a terrific addition to the community!
WARNING to animal lovers: There has been a sighting of a FOX in the area of "Ducks Head." There hasn't been much said these past few months but in the spring, it was heard that over 24 cats had turned up missing. (anonymous)
KUDOS to Rod MacDonald - for the time and craftsmanship he has put into the painstaking replacement of the front siding of his house is all coming together. It looks fantastic! (anonymous)
Bruce and Norma Smith's house at 36 Piscataqua Street is for sale. Maybe they've already left. They moved here is 1963, Bruce was on many committees, was instrumental in the creation of the Historic District.. I tried to phone him and the number has been disconnected. BON VOYAGE. WE WILL MISS YOUR PRESENCE. (anonymous)
Several decades ago Karin and Peter Gill moved into one of the oldest houses in New Castle, 79 Main Street, right next to the Post Office. At MIT he was Program Manager for the Education of Senior Executives, when I was a graduate student. We all have shared many happy memories with these two and sad at Peter's passing. Karin is such a gracious person and with the extensive rehabilitation the house has recently received, it bode that Karin would move closer to family. BEST WISHES, and hopefully we will still see you, "down the road." (Bill Drew)