Welcome to Danville’s Cable Channel 20. www.townofdanville.org. Town Clerk Hours. Monday 8:00AM – 1:00PM Tuesday3:00PM – 8:00PM Wednesday8:00AM – 2:30PM Thursday3:00PM – 8:00PM Friday Closed. Tax Collector’s Hours. Monday 9:00AM – 3:00PM
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Welcome toDanville’s Cable Channel 20
7:00PM - 9:00PM
Monday 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Wednesday2:30PM - 4:00PM
Please call ahead for an appointment.
382-8253 ext. 2
Deputy Tax Collector
The hourly rate is $12.11 for 15 hours per week.
Tuesday: 9AM – 12Noon and 7:00-9:00PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 1PM
Thursday: 7PM – 9PM
Friday: 9AM – 1PM
Knowledge of Excel is important. Must like working with numbers. Please apply at the Town hall: Monday – Friday from 8:30 – 4:30
Reply to Selectmen’s Office @ 382-8253 ext. 4
Curb to curb service in Chester, Danville, Derry, Hampstead, Londonderry, Plaistow, Salem, Sandown, and Windham.
Monday – Friday 8AM – 5PM
$2.00 per one-way ride
Free ride cards available to those meeting certain income guidelines.
For more information or reservations call: (603) 434-4569
Colby Memorial Library
Monday & Tuesday12PM –8PM Thursday10AM – 8PMStorytime, Thursday10AM & 1PM
August 27th will be the last movie night for children. We will show an animated movie about a family of super heroes. Beginning Wednesday, September 5th we will show movies for adults. Please contact the library for a list of times and movies
Beginning Saturday, September 8th children’s movies will be shown at 10:30 AM. On September 8th we will show an animated movie about a bear.
New Books: Merle’s Door by Kerasote, Harvesting the Heart and Songs of the Humpback Whale by Picoult, Starburst by Pilcher, Eclipse by Meyer, Heaven’s Net is Wide by Hearn, First Commandment by Thor, Power Play by Finder, and Still Summer by Mitchard
New CDs:Physik, Malice, Critical, and Perfect Match
New DVDs:Hogs, Fracture, The 300, Bobby, Firehouse Dog, TMNT
Danville Town Hall
All meetings broadcast live and then replayed Thursday at 9AM and Friday at 3PM
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
Danville Town Hall
(tape of prior meeting plays on Monday at 1PM, Tuesday at 9AM, and Wednesday at 4PM)
1st and 3rd Thursdays
of each month
Danville Town Hall
(Meetings are rebroadcast on Monday at 9AM, Tuesday at 4PM, Wednesday at 1PM)
Of each month
Danville Town Hall
Visit the website:
or call Betsy Sanders: 642-5070
About forestry or local events
2nd and 4th Thursday of each month
(Tape rebroadcast on Wednesday at 5PM, Thursday at 3PM, and Sunday at 3PM)
Agenda for 9/13/07
7:30Meeting called to order
7:45Discussion with Recreation Committee regarding their CIP schedule.
7:55Discussion with Animal Control regarding their CIP schedule
8:05Discussion with Selectmen regarding their CIP schedule.
8:15Meeting with Selectmen regarding Terra Realty, Map 1-46 Main St.
Sunday (beginning June 17th)
9:30AM…. Summer Worship Hour
For further information,
check the website or call 382-7711.
Contemporary Service8:45 AM
Traditional Service 10:30 AM
Sunday School (preschool to Senior High) during both services
Childcare Provided – Time of Fellowship follows both services
Four-Course Greek Sampler Dinner – September 22, 6:00PM
$15.00 per person by advance ticket purchase only
Autumn Penny Sale – October 13 @ Vic Geary Center, 18 Greenough Road, Plaistow, NH. Tickets on sale 10AM, doors open at 4PM
Christian Music Concert (Marian Singer) –October 27, 7:00PM
Worship Services – Sundays at 10AM
Worship Services June – August at 9:30AM
Children’s Sunday School During Services
Communion – First Sunday of each month
Bible Study – Wednesdays at 10AM
Rte 111A – 169 Main Street
(Danville Fire Hall)
Pastor Norm Bennett
Sunday School 10am - 11am
Morning Service 11am - 12pm
Evening Service 6pm - 7pm
Evening Service 7pm - 8pm
( Nursery provided for all services)
Visit our website @ www.bethelbaptist-nh.com
Lost Cat: Named Nemo. Last seen July 28th on Boulder Drive in Colby Pond Development. Reward. Call 603-475-1516.
Lost Cat: Named Jake. Very friendly inside, but not so much outside. Approximately 14 pounds, but very long and lean. Farview Drive vacinity.
Found animals are held for 10 days, after which they are available for adoption. Contact the ACO at the number above.
If seen, contact ACO at 382–4443
Danville Rainbow Association
The Danville ACO has formed a non-profit association to generate funds to assist the town’s animal control officer in rescuing animals in need. Donations can be sent to:
Danville Police Department
C/O Danville Rainbow Association
PO Box 413
Danville, NH 03819
Explore UNH Cooperative Extension in Rockingham CountyUNH Cooperative Extension helps you make informed decisions that affect you life and community.
Are you interested in:
Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4:30PM
For more information contact: 1-800-248-6672 or at www.extension.unh.edu
Need a ride to the grocery store, pharmacy, bank, or post office?
Might a loved one need a ride?
Friendly, door to door rides on the weekly shopping bus. Please join us.
Lamprey Health Care Senior Transportation
Call for reservations. $2.50 donations requested.
Summer Services 9:00 AM (regular services at 8Am and 10:15AM resume on Sept. 9)
Adult Education 9:00 a.m.
Children's Church School 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Care available 10:00 a.m.
For more information call 329 - 4674
Substance Abuse Support Group for young people
FREE and Confidential
Every Monday 3:00 – 4:00PM
Call Tim at 382-6541 ext. 227
Youth A.A. Meetings
Alternating on Mondays
With Youth N.A. Meetings from 4:15-5:15PM
Call for more details: 382-8893
Mobile Health Care Services
Free Screening for Seniors
3rd Monday of each month
10am - Noon
Vic Geary Center in Plaistow
Cardiac Risk Assessment, Cholesterol and Diabetes Screening, Health Education and Information.
For Information, call 1-800-4-EXETER
Clearly number your house
Clean your chimneys
Maintain your furnaces
Check batteries in smoke and & CO Detectors
Wear your seat belts
Wear your bicycle helmets
Have an escape plan
PO BOX 991, Danville NH 03819-0911 Please visit our web site at:http://fire.townofdanville.org
Remember, if you need us immediately,dial 911.
All other calls: 382-5133
We are also at the station Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:00, and Wednesday Nights at 7:00PM
Granite Fields Golf Club
Saturday, September 15th
$100 per golfer
Call Paul at 382-1975
(extension of Buddhist Studies Group)
Building community through shared goals of peace, freedom, happiness.
Pure Land Heath Center
391 Main St, Danville
Every Thursday at 7:00PM
Spiritual Cinema, first Tuesday of the month
Contact: Mary Yost 382-2256
Herb Meyer 303-0646
Family Mediation and Juvenile Services
“FREE” – PARENT SUPPORT GROUP
Meetings are the second Wednesday of every month.
6:00PM – 7:30PM
16 Academy Ave, Atkinson NH
Come share your concerns and learn where to obtain community resources and support to help your family cope. Drug abuse and the recovery process are extremely difficult for families to deal with alone; group support can help balance the changes.
Call Donna for more info: 362-9957
Is your family in need of support to resolve parent/child conflicts, youth substance abuse, anger management, or tobacco issues?
To learn what services Family Mediation and Juvenile Services has to offer, the residents of Danville, call 362-9957 or visit our website at www.fmjs.org
American Legion Post 115 is
pleased to announce their new website:
Veterans interested in learning more about our post can access the website.
For Boys 1st Grade through 5th Grade
To Register, call382-5927
Sept 28 – Pack Meeting
Oct 5-7 – NH Scout Jamboree
Insecticides will be used when mosquitos are found.
Residents who do not want their property treated must contact Dragon Mosquito Control in writing at PO Box 46, Stratham, NH 03885.
Residents may call 964-8400 for more information on spray dates, location, materials used, precautions, or other concerns.
Danville Youth League
Annual Golf Tournament
Friday, Oct 5, 2007
Apple Hill Golf Club
7:30 AM Registration
8:00 AM Tee Off
Best-Ball Scramble Prize Holes
Men’s/Women’s Long-Drive Men’s/Women’s Closest-to-the-Pin
Players - $100 each
Green fees, golf cart, chicken BBQ, gifts and prizes.
Individuals or Foursomes Accepted
Sponsorships range from $25 - $2000
Sponsorship is a great way to advertise your company.
For registration or other information, please contact
Steve Taylor @ 642-3646 or Jeff Scalzo @ 378-9263
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