December 21, 2004

The 27th Annual Peanut Butter Chip Chase - 5k Run!
Presented by the Souhegan Lions

The Peanut Butter Chip Chase festivities include a Fun Run for the kids (FREE) that circles the town green and starts at 11:45. The main event, a 5 kilometer (3.1 mile) certified foot race, begins at noon. The costs are $10 for pre-registered runners ($8 - runners 18 and under) and $12 ($10 - 18 and under) for runners registering on race day (registration is from 10:00 to 11:30 am). The first 150 entrants receive race T-shirts. Walkers are welcome.

All the cookies and soup you can eat and fun prizes after the race. The Souhegan Lions uses all the proceeds made from the race for charitable works in our region.

Contact:
Bill Moore
wmoore1225@earthlink.net
878-1912

Click HERE for the registration form.


November 21, 2004

ConCom To Host Town Forum

On December 5th the Conservation Commission is hosting a presentation by UNH Natural Resource Students concerning Land Use in Temple. For more information click HERE.


It's Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas!

Click on each picture for a bigger view.
The Temple Historical Society is selling Holiday gifts at the Mansfield Library.
Directions to the Cookie Exchange:
Take Route 45 South to Hadley Highway.
Right onto Mansfield Rd. Stay Straight onto Cutter Rd.
At the fork, go right onto Moran Rd.


Mini Cooper Raffle Winner Announced

Wally Young, a Director of the Friends of Temple Town Hall, hands over the keys to a 2005 Mini Cooper to Anne Loosman of Windham. Loosman was one of nearly 500 people to buy a ticket in the recent fund-raising Raffle for the Temple Town Hall Renovation Fund, which raised more than $26,000 for the project.
Click HERE for more information about the raffle results.

Conservation Commission Presentation

During the 2004 Harvest Festival the Conservation Commission presented a lovely and informative presentation in their tent. This website has been given a copy to show to all who may have missed the presentation back in September.

The presentation outlines the Conservation Commission's activities for 2004 and is full of great pictures. Click on the picture to begin viewing these slides.


November 3, 2004

2004 Election Results

The voting results for Temple can be viewed by clicking HERE


Website Updates

A Feedback Forum has been added to the website. You can give us your comments, criticisms, compliments or tell us what you would like to see included on the Temple Town Website. Click HERE to give us your feedback.

Also the following pages have been updated:
Selectmen Minutes - Click HERE
Planning Board Minutes - Click HERE
Conservation Commission Minutes - Click HERE
Events Calendar - Click HERE


October 25, 2004

Election Day Information

On Tuesday, November 2, 2004 polls will be open from 8:00am to 7:00pm at the Town Hall. If you have not registered to vote, you can still do so on Nov. 2. Please bring identification.
Anyone who would like to get an absentee ballot can do so on Nov. 1. Kathy Nolte will be holding office hours from 3:00pm to 5:00pm at the Town Offices.
On Nov. 2 please exercise your right and privilege to vote.
Click HERE to view a sample ballot.


Town Halloween Party!


October 12, 2004

Special Announcements!

Temple's Public Service Recognition Day. is on Thursday, October 21. All are invited and encouraged to attend. Click HERE for more info.


On Sunday, Oct. 24th, beginning at 5pm with a community potluck, citizens of the town of Temple will consider the ratification of the opening articles of a Bill of Responsibilities. The meeting will be held at the Town Hall and is open to all citizens, including interested youth. For more information, click HERE or visit www.citizensmovement.org


$100 Car Raffle $100
2005 Mini Cooper Convertible, Liquid Yellow
Proceeds to benefi the Restoration of Temple Town Hall


 How the raffle works:
  • Price per ticket -- $100.
  • Maximum number of tickets sold -- 500.
  • Any person over the age of 16 may purchase tickets, including members of the Board, general membership, and friends and family of the Friends of Temple Town Hall.
  • The winner is responsible for registration, title, and all taxes associated with winning, including income tax.
  • Winner does not have to be present at the drawing to win.
  • Free bed & breakfast for the winner.
TICKETS ARE SELLING FAST!
To purchase tickets call 603-878-1220 or e-mail clamor2248@aol.com.

Mastercard and Visa accepted.

For those of you who would like to send their check directly, make check out to Friends of Temple Town Hall and send to 1 Holt Lane, Temple, NH 03084
Please include address and phone # - your stub & lucky number(s) will be mailed to you.
Drawing Friday, November 19, Temple Town Hall

FTTH Karaoke Night Raffle Ticket Info!

I hope everyone who bought a raffle ticket on Karaoke night at Wheeland's kept their tickets because there are still unclaimed prizes!
Please click HERE for important information concerning winning ticket numbers and how to claim your prize if you are a winner.


October 8, 2004

FTTH Karaoke Night Raffle Ticket Info!

I hope everyone who bought a raffle ticket on Karaoke night at Wheeland's kept their tickets because there are still unclaimed prizes!
Please click HERE for important information concerning winning ticket numbers and how to claim your prize if you are a winner.

Raffle tickets are still available for the Mini Cooper Convertible.


You could be like the lucky guy in this picture. Just click his smiling face for more information.


Harvest Festival Pictures are Here!

Just click on the picture
to the left to go the the
Harvest Festival 2004 Photo Album.

If anyone has any pictures of the Harvest Festival that you would like to have featured on the website, please email them to us. Thanks!


September 14, 2004

Site Updates!

There are lots of updates on the website. Please check the list on the left for updated pages. Most of the updates are minor. However there are a number of new Meeting Minutes posted on the Budget Advisory Committee page and there is information about the Harvest Festival on the Recreation page.

Also be sure to read the latest Newsletter if you haven't already and check out the Events Calendar.

Please also note that the email for the website has changed to templenh.info@verizon.net.
The email for the town offices is still temple@tellink.net.

If you see any errors or have information that would be appropriate for the town website, please email us.

And, oh yeah, Autumn is right around the corner.


September 2, 2004

Got Something to Sell?

The Classified section as been revived!

If you have something to sell or if you are looking to buy a previously owned item please click HERE. However, right now the classified section is empty. Please submit your classified ad by emailing us. It's free!

August 30, 2004

Page Updates

Friends of Temple Town Hall - Click HERE
Conservation Commission - Click HERE
Mansfield Public Library - Click HERE
Town Newsletter - Click HERE


August 19, 2004

Historical Society Asks for Clean-Up Help


Click picture for larger view
The Temple Historical Society is planning a cleanup day at the Temple Glass Works on
Saturday, September 18th, 2004 at 9:00 AM.
Meet a group of volunteers at the trail entrance on Bradler's Road off West Road to help clear the trail and the Glass Works site.

Bring chain saws, loppers, brush cutters and plenty of energy.

Call Dave Repak at 878-3114 or email to dnrpk@adelphia.net for more information.


August 16, 2004

Conservation Commission Update

Please note that the meetings for the Conservation Commission are now held on the 2nd Monday of the month. Also the location the the meetings will be held at the Town Hall.

Please visit the Conservation Commission Page to view the minutes of the last meeting (July).


July 30, 2004

Announcing new Webmistresses!

Beginning in August 2004 the Temple Website will be maintained by Sheryl Kenney and Colleen Pascu with help from Connie Keiley. Sheryl will be responsible for updating meeting minutes and the Town Newsletter. Colleen will be responsible for expanding the citizen areas of the webiste as well as minor design changes.

We'd like to thank Steve McRae for all he's done in establishing this site and wish him the best of luck with the King's Corner Cafe in Lincoln, NH.