Volume 38 Number 8 The Good News Paper August 2017

“Tiger’s Den” Themed Farmington Hay Day 2017
Offers Some Changes from Previous Years
This year’s Hay Day Activities are organized a bit
differently than in previous year’s. Hay Day events
will kick off on Saturday, August 19th with the Street
Fair. At at 9:00 AM, all vendors and games will be
open on on Main Street, Central Street, and the
TD Bank and Peaslee Funeral Home parking lots.
Those sections of Main and Central will be closed to
traffic and motorists will have to seek alternate routes.
The traditional Bed Race will commence at 2:00 PM,
and the winner will receive a $100 cash prize. The
Recreation Department offers a Community Bed for
teams to use, if they cannot make their own bed to
race. At 3:00 PM, the Street Fair will close.
The Saturday events continue at Henry Wilson School
at 6:00 PM where concessions and music will be
available. At 9:00 PM, there will be fireworks, which
will conclude at 9:3-0 PM along with the Saturday
On Sunday, August 20th there will be a Pancake
Breakfast,sponsored by the Farmington Recreation
Department, in the Municipal Office Parking Lot,
starting at 8:00 AM and continuing until 11:00 AM.
The traditional Hay Day 5K will begin at 9:00 AM.
All proceeds from this event will go to
support Farmington Recreation
Department Programs.
There should be lots to do over the two
day Hay Day Celebration. Come join us
in the Tiger’s Den for some fine family
fun, food, and entertainment. Hay Day
shirts are available from the Recreation
Department in advance, or can be
purchased on Hay Day at the Rec
Department booth in the town center.
If you have any questions, or would like
to become a race sponsor, please contact
Rick at the Recreation Department.
Farmington Youth Sports 50/50 Tickets Being Sold for
Committee Restores Hay Day Hay Day Raffle
Traditions The Farmington 500 and Farmington-Nute Football
Have you ever wanted to throw a pie in someone’s Booster Club are selling 50/50 raffle tickets to be
face? Or see how high you can toss a bale of hay? drawn at Hay Day. You do NOT need to be present
You can do all this and more when you join us for to win. They are $5 a piece or a book of 5 tickets for
Hay Day on Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 9:00 $20 (Buy 4 get one free). If you would like to
AM - 4:00 PM. The Farmington Youth Sports purchase any send a message or comment below.
Committee has been able to restore the Hay Day Various volunteers of both organizations have some
tradition of competitive spirit in a family-friendly to sell. Last years prize was over $800!! Good luck
environment, by creating a series of carnival-style to all who have purchased some!
games and competitions for which tickets are sold to
compete. We will be bringing back some favorites
Nate Turner Alumni Soccer
like, pie in the face, balloon pop, and the ever popular Game Scheduled for
dunk tank as well as some new exciting games and September 30
some sand art. There will also be a few other contests,
including the Hay Toss and Basketball Challenge. The Nate Turner Alumni Soccer game will be held
Please come on down and enjoy some family fun and at 10:00 AM on September 30, at the Farmington
help support the Farmington Youth Sports Committee High School Soccer Field. The game is open to all
and the 500 Boys and Girls Club, two great alumni players of all sports and will help raise
organizations. money for the Nathan C Turner Scholarship. Come
play have some fun! They are looking for donations
for the raffle, team cheerleaders, someone to sing
the National Anthem, and half time entertainment.
Contact Gayle Turner for more information.

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August Events at the New Corgiville Fair, which was set in a fictitious small
town inhabited by Corgis, cats, rabbits, and
Hampshire Farm Museum creatures called boggarts. Join us on the midway of
Celebrate Olde Time Tavern Day on Saturday, the Corgiville Fair for games, fair food, crafts,
August 5, from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Costumed animal exhibits, and a goat race. There will also be
guides will take you through the museum's Jones an exotic animal show presented by Wildlife
Tavern. There will be historical games, traditional Encounters!
tavern food, storytelling, and a sing-along. Militia
Cost is only $7 for adults/$4 for children. Please
muster demonstrations will also be a featured. All for
call 603-652-7640 or e-mail info@farmmuseum.org
7/adults and $4/children.
for more information. Museum Members are
On Saturday, August 12, from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, admitted free to these events.
the Farm Museum will host a Tractor and Truck Fest.
You can go on a wagon ride pulled by an antique Dr. Virginia Chieffo Raguin
tractor, sit in the driver's seat of a fire truck, and check At First Congregational
out a whole bunch of special displays. Tickets are
$7/adults and $4/children. Please call 603-652-7640 Church
or e-mail us for more information. On Sunday, August 13, Virginia Chieffo Raguin,
Saturday, August 19, from 10:00 AM - 3L00 PM, Distinguished Professor of Humanities at the
enjoy a day’s worth of fun at Family Fun at the College of the Holy Cross will speak at the First
Corgiville Fair, inspired by the Tasha Tudor Congregational Church, in Farmington at 11:00 AM,
illustrated children’s classic. Long-time Museum following the 9:30 AM worship service. Presenting
volunteer Carolyn Chase will provide guided tours “Symbol and Light in Stained Glass”, she will show
while playing the role of Tasha Tudor, whose how intermingling symbolic motifs with decorative
best-loved works were created while living on patterns on uncolored glass was a strategy of the
farmsteads in N.H. and Vt. An avid gardener, she was decoration of many churches from the 12th century
also very fond of Corgis – small foxlike canines with to the present. Her talk will focus on the style of
warm dispositions. Tudor’s most famous work was stained glass windows that are present in the historic
First Congregational Church, which was built in
1875. Dr. Raguin received her PhD. From Yale
University and has published widely on religion,
stained glass and architecture. A member of the
International Corpus Vitrearum, she has authored
several books on stained glass, most recently,
Stained Glass Radiant Art, a 100 page guide to the
medieval and Renaissance stained glass in the J.
Paul Getty Museum. The public is invited to attend.
Light refreshments will be served. The church is
located at 400 Main Street in downtown
Farmington. Visit www.farmingtonnhucc.org

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Around the Town
August 2017
August is National Water Quality Month
The United Nations has declared 2005-2015 an help prevent water pollution by making a few simple
International Decade for Action “Water for Life” in practices into good habits. Don’t flush unwanted or
order to emphasize the importance of water quality as out-of-date medications down the toilet or drain.
it relates to sanitation, human rights, geography, Don’t put anything but water down storm drains
urbanization and sustainability. And, consider that because they carry water to local waterways. Fix
about half of the U.S. population lives within 50 miles leaks that drop from cars and put liners in driveways
of a coastline where runoff flows quickly to the ocean. to collect oil and other materials. Avoid using
This is why watershed protection — attention not pesticides or chemical fertilizers and choose nontoxic
only to the body of water but the area that drains into household products when possible. Pick up after
it — is important. Individuals and families can your pets. Don’t pave properties.

August Happenings Around the Town
Senior Bingo Select Board Meeting
10:00 AM Wednesday, August 2, 9, 16, 30; Farmington Town 6:00 PM Monday, August 14, 28; Farmington Municipal Building
Hall Note: No Bingo on Wednesday, August 23rd.
Shopping Trip to North Conway
Farmington Historical Society Meeting 9:00 AM Thursday, August 17; bus leaves from Rec
6:00 PM Friday, August 4; Museum, lower level,Goodwin Library Department, $10
Lego Club Farmington Hay Day Street Fair
10:30 AM Saturday, August 5,12, 19, 26; Goodwin Library 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday, August 19; Main Street
School Board Meeting
6:30 PM Monday, August 7, 21; Farmington High School Farmington Hay Day Pancake Breakfast
8:00 - 11:00 AM Sunday, August 20; Farmington Town Hall
Rec Department Lunch Bunch
10:30 AM Monday, August 7, depart from the Rec Department, $7 Community Meal
4:00 - 6:00 PM Thursday, August 24; Farmington
Senior Nutrition Talk/Lunch First Baptist Church
10:00 AM Tuesday, August 8; Friends of Farmington Building
Community Breakfast
Friends of the Goodwin Library Meeting 8:00 - 9:30 AM Saturday, August 26; First Congregational
6:00 PM Tuesday, August 8; Goodwin Library Church
Glow Golf Food Pantry Open
6:00 - 11:00 PM Thursday, August 10; Farmington Country Club 9:30 - 10:30 AM Saturday, August 26; First Congregational
TriTown Democrats Meeting Church
6:30 PM Thursday, August 10; Emma Ramsey Center Milton Blessed Bargains Open
Rec Department Annual Lobster Luncheon 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday, August 26; First Congregational
12:00 PM Friday, August 11; Rec Department. Lobster, sides, Church
and dessert, $30.

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Farmington Community Band Holding Summer Concerts on the
First Congregational Church Green
July Concerts were held on the
Green of the First Congregational
Church on Main Street. The band
featured Patriotic music in
celebration of the Fourth of July
on July 6. On July 20th, the band
cooled down with some great
summertime blues and jazz. The
audience was quite pleased and
excited to attend They even had
a guest player and conductor
show up unannounced. Our
player is three years old and saw
Music Man and wanted to join a
band. Not to be out done his older
sister wanted to conduct a march.
More concerts are in the works
for future dates. Original
Farmington Franks were also
available for purchase at the
concerts. How can you possibly
not show up next time?

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Keene State's Support Helps Keelan is very excited for the approaching
symposium and is looking forward for many more
Farmington Film Student opportunities to follow. Check out a demo reel of
Attend Telluride Film Festival Keelan’s work.
by Danny Stavens Danny Stavens, an intern with the College’s Marketing &
Communications Department, is a senior at Keene State
Keelan Brown, a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas, from Tolland, CT, majoring in both communication and
who grew up in Farmington, is currently a senior in film. After he graduates, he plans to pursue a career as a
Keene State’s Film Studies program. He will be producer in the film industry.
heading to Colorado from Sept. 1–4 to attend a
For more information, read the article online at
student symposium at the Telluride Film Festival.
There, he will have the opportunity to be present for
several film premieres and one-on-ones with the
filmmakers and actors. Some of these famous faces
may include Todd Haynes, Gus Van Sant, David
Lynch, and Daniel Day-Lewis.
“The opportunity sounded exciting from the start,
because I can network while immersing myself in an
academic and creative environment,” said Keelan. As
part of the application process, Keelan worked closely
with his faculty advisor, Dr. Debra White-Stanley,
who oversaw his progress while he wrote a film
analysis on Richard Linklater’s Boyhood (2014),
which helped him get selected for the symposium.
“Dr. White-Stanley’s influence and guidance made it
possible for me to attend this symposium, and it has
brought me to other opportunities to prepare for this
experience.” During his sophomore year, Keelan was
also accepted to attend the Sundance Film Festival.
Keene State’s Center for Creative Inquiry, which
provides funding for students who are looking to Keelan Brown, a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas,
pursue creative endeavors, stepped up to help Keelan grew up in Farmington, NH. Since arriving to Keene,
afford the trip to Telluride. “I was ecstatic when I he has achieved some major accomplishments and
found out about the grant,” he shared. “Keene State most recently has been selected to participate in the
Telluride Student Symposium in September.
really wants its students to pursue opportunities and
experiences like this.”

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Goodwin Library’s Messy Art Congregational Church. Participants painted with
water guns, liquid chalk, flyswatters, and many
Night a Huge Messy Success more creative and messy methods! Everyone wore
Messy Art Night! A children’s art program sponsored clothes that could get messy, and there was mess!
by the Goodwin Library was held on July 25th from So. Much. Mess! The Library staff wishes to send a
5:00-7:00 PM. They had 114 people, children and big thank you to everyone who came out for the
adults, participated in creating artworks. The outside event, and to everyone who donated supplies to
exit road was blocked off to traffic and the road was make this event a huge success!
used along with the lawn on the side of the

Upcoming Monthly Meetings: Aug 4, Sept 1
Join us, learn about our Stories of
Farmington Initiative and make history!

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delicious vegetables! shared with serious candidates.

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recommended number. That being said, most
poultry dealers are bound by law to sell a minimum
by Kimberly Simmons number of chicks. This number can vary from state
Backyard Chickens to state but is usually 5-6. 3-4 chickens will lay
approximately a dozen eggs per week, dependent
Eggs are so much better fresh from the chicken! Not
upon breed, weather, season, predator stress, coop
only do they taste and look better, independent studies
conditions, molting and age.
have shown that chickens with free access to pasture
lay eggs that have 1/3 less cholesterol, 1/4 less We have roosters for fertilization, flock alert and
saturated fat, 2/3 more vitamin A, 2 times more protection. Roosters are not necessary for hens to
omega-3 fatty acids, 3 times more vitamin E, 7 times lay eggs, however, they will find food and call to
more beta carotene and 4-6 times as much vitamin D. their hens, keep an eye out for airborne and ground
The USDA scoffs at these independent studies and predators; even 'herding' their hens to safety when
maintains that there is no difference. I have seen and they sense danger. As an added bonus roosters are
tasted the differences in side by side comparisons. I pretty! The negatives to having roosters are they can
had to stop eating eggs about ten years ago due to be overprotective and aggressive, and if your
nausea. After a casual conversation with a new neighbors live too close, they may not appreciate
acquaintance regarding the differences between local, your roosters crowing at all hours of the day and
pasture-raised chicken eggs and factory chicken eggs, night.
I purchased and ate local farm eggs. No nausea. I For more great information, including the breeds
decided then that I would raise chickens for eggs. that lay the most eggs, check out Henderson’s
In 2013 I began my journey as a chicken farmer. I Handy Dandy Chicken Chart. The chart has an
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We have 12 boxes for 12 hens and average 8-10 eggs
a day during the Summer (when they don't make 50 Years Ago in Farmington
secret nests elsewhere and hide their eggs). On Saturday, August 17, 1967, members of the
We use pine shavings for the floor and hay for their Farmington-New Durham Historical Society, and
nesting boxes and have found this works well for us. their guests, visited the Alvord Wildlife Sanctuary
Some people use sand box sand on the coop floors located on Bear Island, Lake Winnipesaukee.
and must sift the sand daily to remove waste. Using Everyone took a picnic lunch which was enjoyed on
shavings extends the time between necessary the library porch which overhangs the water and
cleanings dependent upon the number of chickens and faces toward Mr. Chocorua.
Chickens need clean, fresh water, free-choice grit and
oyster shell (for calcium). In very hot weather we like
to supplement electrolytes. Chickens will eat just
about everything. We give them left-overs and a
quality GMO-free feed (more in Winter). Our
chickens are free to roam our acres of fields and
scratch for worms and bugs. Our yard around our
house is free of ticks, which become a major problem
once we leave the areas where our chickens forage.
Chickens don't do well alone and 3 is the minimum

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10 oz of grape tomatoes (yellow and red) halved
½ pound of cheddar cheese cut into small cubes
3 green onions, thinly sliced
Ground black pepper to taste
24 whole basil leaves, chiffonade
Cook the pasta according to package instructions, drain
and rinse to cool, set aside. Cut the bacon into ½ inch
strips and cook in a skillet. Saute until crisp. For the
dressing, mix the mayonnaise, milk, vinegar, salt and
Savor The Flavor is featuring our young people this sugar (if using it) in a small bowl. Stir together all
month.. As we get them ready to go back to school, remaining ingredients and add to the pasta. Add the
we hope that some of these recipes will help you with basil at the end ~~ENJOY~~
your meal planning and tips for a wonderful school
year ahead. No-Bread Italian Subs
Crockpot Cookery ½ cup mayonnaise
Chex Party Mix in the Crockpot 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar
Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil
5 tablespoons butter 1 small garlic clove, grated.
1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 tsp italian dressing
1 teaspoon of garlic powder 6 slices of ham
½ teaspoon of onion powder 12 slices of salami
4 cups of Chex rice cereal 12 slices of pepperoni
2 cups Bran Chex cereal 6 slices of provolone cheese
1 cup pretzels 1 cup shredded lettuce (I use romaine)
1 cup cheese crackers ½ cup roasted red peppers
1 ½ cups of plain or honey-roasted peanuts Directions
Tip: The honey roasted peanuts give the party mix a In small bowl whisk mayo, vinegar, oil, garlic and
sweet-spicy flavor italian dressing. Assemble sandwiches: Layer a slice of
Directions ham, 2 pieces of salami, 2 pepperoni and a slice of
Place butter, soy sauce, garlic powder and onion provolone. Add lettuce and a few roasted peppers in
powder in the slow cooker and turn onto low. the middle. Drizzle with the italian dressing mixture
Toss remaining ingredients in a large bowl and then and roll up. Repeat with remaining ingredients until all
add to the crockpot. Stir and coat the party mix with ingredients are used. ~~ ENJOY~~
the butter mixture. Cover and cook on low for 1-3
Peanut Butter & Grape Smoothie
hours, stirring every 45 minutes. About a half hour
before serving, remove the cover on the slow cooker
1 tablespoon of peanut butter
and continue cooking the party mix for 30 minutes or
1 ½ cups½ banana - sliced
until toasty. ~~ENJOY~~
½ cup yogurt
Kid Friendly Pasta Salad ½ cup almond milk or regular low fat milk
Ingredients Directions
12 oz fun-shaped pasta such as radiatore Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until
8 slices of thin bacon smooth. ~~ENJOY~~
½ cup of mayonnaise
Parsleyed Corn On The Cob
½ cup of whole milk
4 tablespoons vinegar
6 ears of sweet corn, shucked
½ teaspoon of salt
4 tablespoons of unsalted butter, melted
Dash of sugar - optional

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¼ teaspoon salt (I use kosher) 4 year olds: grease pans, open packages, peel oranges
and hard cooked eggs, mash bananas with a fork.
¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
5-6 year olds: Measure ingredients, cut soft foods with
¼ cup fresh parsley leaves roughly chopped.
blunt knives,set the table, garnish foods.
Directions 7-8 year olds: Help plan the meals, roll and shape
Bring water to boil, Break the ears in ½ or quarters. cookies, beat ingredients with a whisk, find ingredients in
And simmer until tender about 5-8 minutes. Drain and a cabinet or spice rack, make a salad
put in a serving dish. Pour the butter over the corn and 9-12 year olds: open cans, use a microwave oven,
sprinkle with the salt, pepper and parsley, turning to prepare simple recipes with few ingredients, use an oven
coat. Serve hot, a real kid favorite. You can also (with supervision), use a knife (with supervision), shred
sprinkle with parmesan cheese for added flavor. cheese and vegetables
Tip: For the sweetest corn, cook as soon as possible 13-16 year olds: Prepare recipes with multiple
after buying it. The sugar in the corn begins to turn to ingredients, prepare recipes independently.
starch the moment the ears are picked. ~~ENJOY~~
Easy Snacks For Kids
Omelet In A Cup Sliced Turkey - Option 1: Top celery with vegetable
Ingredients cream cheese and turkey. Option 2: Top multigrain
2 large eggs crackers with turkey and a dollop of ranch dressing
1 tsp of canola oil Sliced Cheese - Option 1: Top multigrain crackers with
Toppings: Shredded cheese,chopped onions, sliced cheese and dill pickles. Option 2: Wrap apple
chopped bell peppers, chopped ham, cooked sausage, wedges with sliced cheese and ham.
cooked bacon. Salt and Pepper to taste. Whole Grain Cereal - WIth vitamins, calcium, and fiber,
a bowl of enriched whole grain cereal with milk and fruit
is a power-packed snack or healthy start to any day.
Add 1 teaspoon of butter in a 12-16 oz
Smoothies - Kids go crazy over these delicious sippable
microwavable-safe coffee cup. Cracks eggs into the treats and they’re packed with nutrients. Use nonfat
cup and beat with a fork until well mixed. Microwave vanilla yogurt, 100 percent orange juice, and a banana as
for 1 minute. Sprinkle with desired toppings and the smoothie’s base, then experiment with a combination
microwave for 30-60 seconds or until egg is cooked.. of cup-up fresh or frozen fruit . It's a good way to sneak
Season with salt and pepper, if desired. Microwave two or three servings of fruit and fiber into your child's
ovens vary so cooking may be adjusted. Be sure your diet.
coffee cup is microwavable and do not get hot to the Strawberries - If you feel like all your kids eat are
touch. ~~ENJOY~~ bananas and apples, try introducing them to vitamin C
packed fresh strawberries to their diet.
Grab - And - Go Snack Stashes Yogurt - Low-fat yogurt is an excellent source of
Set up these self-serve stations: calcium. Children love it all dressed up. To add taste and
Pantry Snack Station: nutritional value, whip up a yogurt parfait with berries
Fish shaped crackers, cheerios, raisins, almonds, and granola.
pretzels and chocolate chips, fruit leathers or any of Sweet Potatoes - Sweet spuds are some of the most
your favorite kid snacks. nutritious vegetables around. They are packed with
Refrigerator Snack Station: Vitamin A and are a good source of B6, and C. Baked
Jar of peanut butter, string cheese, yogurt, grapes, cut sweet potatoes are a great alternative to the greasy store
up carrots, celery sticks, pepper slices, orange bought potato chips.
segments., luncheon meats like turkey, ham, your We hope that all the “TIGERS” returning to school will
favorite cheeses, and hummus enjoy some of these recipes and tips. Savor the Flavor is
Hint: Give your children their choices as they make their looking forward to becoming more kid friendly in the
own after school or on the go snacks. ~ENJOY~~ months ahead. A new school initiative will be launched
Kids In The Kitchen soon, so please stay tuned for updates on this endeavor.
We hope you will join us and participate. Please enjoy
3 year olds: wash fruits and veggies, stir ingredients in a
the rest of your summer and always remember to please
bowl, tear lettuce, pour liquids (with supervision)
take a moment to Savor The Flavor. See you next month.
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