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day. So far the wastewater treatment plant has processed 600 tons of
solids which have been hauled off site. To date about 66% of our town
has been connected to the sewer system.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the sewer, water and
highway department personnel for the outstanding work they accomplished
in 1997. I would also like to thank everyone who cooperated with
observing our partial water ban on the outdoor use of water during the
summer months. This only allowed outdoor use of water three hours per
day between 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Remember - water is a precious and useful resource and should be
used wisely not wastefully. Conserving water is everyone's
responsibility .

Respectfully submitted,

Warner B. Knowles

Water & Sewer Superintendent

SEWER CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 1997

The Seabrook Sewer Project continues in the final hookup phase of
construction. As of the end of 1997, approximately 2000 houses and
businesses are connected to the sewer.

House connections to the sewer are scheduled in seven phases. Work
is progressing as follows:

Phase I South Main Street 98% complete

Phase II Business users 98% complete

Phase III Beach 90% complete

Phase IV Central Seabrook 75 % complete

Phase V North Seabrook summer/1998

Phase VI Northwest Seabrook fall/1998

Phase VII Southwest Seabrook winter/1998-1999

Preceding the hookup to the property, the town will prepare a
design of the connection. This design will be forwarded to the owner
with an application form for signature. The sewer service will then be
installed by the Town Sewer department crews.

Prior to any hookup, a plumbing inspection of the building will be
performed to insure that all vents, traps, and cleanouts are properly
installed. The Town Sewer Office will coordinate the plumbing

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inspection schedule with the property owners. Owners will be notified
of the results of the plumbing inspection. A report will be mailed to
the owner. A final plumbing inspection will be performed prior to the
connection to the sewer to verify that necessary corrections have been
made .

Two sewer policies have been adopted by the Town as follows:

1. An individual homeowner may elect to hire his own contractor

to install his service at a set fee for reimbursement .

2. Individual home septic systems which are failing will be
pumped by the Town for free until the home is connected to
sewer .

For more information on these policies or any other questions,
please contact the Sewer Office at 474-5601.

We appreciate your continued patience with the Town as we work
towards the connection of the remaining 1000 properties to the new
Seabrook sewer system.

Respectfully submitted,

John Do Id
Project Manager

OFFICE OF CODE ENFORCEMENT - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 1997
BUILDING INSPECTOR

In 1997 building permit fees were increased by the Board of Selectmen to
cover the cost of the operation of the Building Department. This was the
first increase since 1974. The total number of building permits
increased by over 20% this year and the estimated cost of construction
has more than doubled to $13,443,158.

The increase in new homes continues with over one hundred new living
units approved this year (family apartments, single family homes, duplex
units, and mobile homes) . With the approval of three new subdivisions,
plus the remaining lots to be developed in Seabrook Shores Estates, the
building units for 1998 should continue at this rate.

One new commercial building was started for a car wash at the corner of
Pine Street and Route 1 and should be operational by the time of this
report. The construction of four new industrial buildings were started
this year with the completion and occupancy of Tyler Machine and LRS
Environmental. Oh No Realty Trust and Corium are still under
construction. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the
residents for their cooperation in the building permit application and
inspection process.

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED;

CODE PERMITS ESTCST

Single Family Homes 85 6, 936,3 00

Two Family/Duplex 02 100, 000

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Mobile Home 13 233 , 691

Residential Alterations/

Additions/Remodels 76 409, 916

Garages 16 155,400

Commercial Buildings/Garages 03 694,000

Commercial Alterations/

Additions/Remodels 16 435, 474

Industrial Buildings 04 3 , 312 , 143

Industrial Alterations/

Additions/Remodels 03 344,570

Miscellaneous 40 118, 989

(sheds, swimming pools, fences, etc.)

Replaced Residential Dwellings 21 633,175

Family Apartments 03 49, 500

Revised Permits 01 20,000

Renewals 12

TOTALS 295 13,443,158

Commercial & Industrial

Occupancy Permits Issued 08

Cease & Desist Citations Given 07

Respectfully submitted,

Robert S . Moore
Code Enforcement Officer

OFFICE OF CODE ENFORCEMENT - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT
HEALTH OFFICER

There has been a large increase in failed septic systems this year.
Residents are still waiting to be connected to the town sewer system.
Hopefully the sewer connections will be completed in 1998.

The Health Department is now involved in the Town's Wellhead Protection
Plan. This plan will monitor any potential pollution sources near our
wells and aquifer.

There has also been an increase in animal bites this year. I would like
to remind all pet owners, that the rabies problem is still with us.
Animals must have up-to-date shots and be properly restrained.

BUSINESSES INSPECTED AND LICENSED

Restaurants & Take Out Stands 42

Stores & Markets 17

Motels & Inns 04

Beauty Parlors 09

Mobile Food Vendors 04

Tattoo Artist Licenses 24

Tattoo Parlors 08



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COMPLAINTS - INVESTIGATIONS - INSPECTIONS

Sewage Related Complaints 148

Complaints of Unsanitary & Unsafe Living

Conditions 10

Trash Related Complaints 10

Miscellaneous Health Related Complaints 31

Animal Bites 48

Day Care & Foster Homes Inspected 02

Cease & Desist Citations Issued 03

Respectfully submitted,

Robert S . Moore
Health Officer

PLANNING BOARD - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 1997

Throughout the past year the Planning Board has again seen a
tremendous amount of applicants. This is directly attributed to the
reductions of the dimensional requirements. Because of this change,
the number of subdivisions along with lot line adjustments is
consistently increasing. On the other hand, the number of site plan
reviews and condo-conversions has decreased.

This year the board viewed eighteen subdivisions plus two more that are
to be reviewed on the January agenda. Of these eighteen cases reviewed,
there was one application requesting fifteen lots. The remainder of the
applications were relatively small with none exceeding ten lots. The
Board also was asked to consider eleven lot line adjustments.

The Board has recommended the updating of the Town's Master Plan and
with your help this can be accomplished. It is our hope to get an early
start on this update, as our current master plan expires in the year
2000. I am certain that the new millennium will be a great challenge to
all the board members, and this plan will help to insure the health and
well being of the citizens of the Town of Seabrook.

In closing, I would like to take this opportunity to thank and
congratulate the members of the board for their time and a job well
done. I would also like to thank Town Planner Tom Morgan and CEO Robert
Moore for all of their expert advise and for keeping us on the right
path.

CASES PROCESSED IN 1997

Site Plans 06

Subdivisions 18

Lot Line Changes 11

Condo Conversions 01

Driveway Applications 55

Robert B. Brown Chairman Forrest Dow Alternate

Earl Frost, III Vice Chairman Richard Keefe Alternate

Philip Stockbridge. . . .Member Ivan Eaton Jr Alternate

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Roy Kirkpatrick Member G. Keith Fowler Jr. . .Alternate

Deirdre Greene Member Thomas Morgan Town Planner

Susan Foote Member

Elizabeth Thibodeau ... Selectmen' s Rep. Emily Sanborn Secretary

Robert Moore, CEO Advisor

Respectfully submitted,

Robert B. Brown, Chairman

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 1997

Your Seabrook Zoning Board of Adjustment was very active in 1997,
with over 3 cases presented and heard.

During the year, ZBA members also attended the NH Law Lecture
Series and other seminars to remain current in the ever-changing laws
and recent court cases which affect our community's land use and rulings
on zoning adjustments within Seabrook.

All board members donate their time and efforts to these non-pay
positions; however, with over twice the number of cases heard this year
we were under-budgeted in 1997 for required administrative costs.

The board members wish to extend our most sincere sympathy to the
family of William Kelley on his untimely passing. His dedication will
be missed.

Respectfully submitted,

Robert C. Lebold, Chairman
Charles Kaslow, V. Chairman
Debra J. Perkins, Secretary

Members at Large: Roy Kirkpatrick

Lucille Moulton
Phillip Reed



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ASSESSING DEPARTMENT - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 1997

VALUATION RECOVERY

Evaluation analysis of Real Estate Sales indicate that "Market
Recovery" is getting stronger each month. Both sale activity and sale
prices are on the rise again.

PROPERTY RE -VALUATION (PROPOSED)

Our last physical re-valuation wherein property inspection and
measurement were conducted was in the year 1986. If re-valuation is
approved, it will have been twelve years between physical
revaluations .

1997 SUMMARY OF VALUATION

LAND $ 217,174,800

BUILDINGS $ 2, 926,512,300

MOBILE HOMES $ 39.879,450

TOTAL VALUATION BEFORE ALLOWED EXEMPTIONS $ 3.183.566.550



TOTAL EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED

BLIND EXEMPTIONS $ 195,000

ELDERLY EXEMPTIONS $ 6,875,000

TOTALLY & PERMANENTLY DISABLED $ 180,000

WATER/AIR POLLUTION CONTROL EXEMPTION $ 370.755.800

LESS TOTAL EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED
TOTAL VALUATION AFTER ALLOWED EXEMPTIONS



( $ 378.005.800
$ 2.805.560.750



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LAND WHICH THE TOWN PURCHASED



Brown Memorial Library Lafayette Rd

Chase Homestead Lafayette Rd

Chase, Thomas & Eaton Anne heirs

Crovetti Well Field True Road

Downs, Helen & Ruhp Grace & Nancy Maplot# 6-37-0

Eaton, Clinton heirs

Eaton, Mavis

Eaton, R.C.V. estate of

Felch, Sadie heirs

Fogg-Pineo Well Field Mill Lane

Goodwin, Fannie heirs

Meeting House Land

North Atlantic Energy Corp Rocks Road

Old New Boston Rd land

Peters, Christopher

Police Station land Centennial St

Randall, Anthony Jr & Edith off Centennial St

Riley Well Fields Ledge/Blacksnake Rd

Rock Well Fields Rte 107

Sand Dunes East of Atlantic Ave

Sand Dunes West of Ocean Blvd

Town Hall land Lafayette Rd

Transfer Station land on Rocks Rd

Van Deusen, Diana 31 Worthley Ave

Violette, Thomas & Souther, Mary Wrights Island

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.57


acre


11.70


acres


2.00


acres


17.70


acres


.09


acre


4.00


acres


.54


acre


1.00


acre +


1.70


acres


17.30


acres


6.00


acres


3.10


acres


1.892


acre


24.00


acres


9 .685acres


10.50


acres


.38


acre


28.60


acres


112.70


acres


19.00


acres


56.00


acres


1.70


acres


3.50


acres


.75


acre


. 538acre



PROPERTY OWNED BY THE TOWN
WHICH WAS ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX COLLECTOR'S DEED



TAXES TO:

Anderson, A.J.
Bagley, Effie

Beckman, Hiram G.
Brewster, Charles hrs
Brown, Lowell
Charles, Thomas est
Chase, Charles
Chase, George hrs



Chase, Harry-
Chase, Josiah hrs
Chase, J. Smith hrs
Chase, Mary J.

Clark, Walter
Comley, Joseph hrs
Connor, Ellen est

Dagget, Phillip or Phyllis

Belong, Joseph

Dow, Albert hrs

Dow, William hrs

Eaton, Clarence

Eaton

Eaton, Seneca hrs

Evans , Harry



Evans, Jerome hrs

Felch, George E hrs
Felch, Myron B hrs



DESCRIPTION:

4 . 5 acres of marsh land

1 acre of Fowler Marsh
Land

Cross Beach

7 acres of Tilton Land
Land off Railroad Ave
Eaton Land

2 acres of marsh land
1/8 interest in the
following properties:
1 acre of Chase Land
4 acres Chase & Pike
Land, 1 acre of Felch
Stump Land, 3 acres of
Eaton Homestead, 3.5
acres Dow's Island
Twombley Land

6 acres of stump land
Flats

Gove land

3.5 acres of marsh land
Maplot# 26-36-0
Parcel of Land

7 acres of marsh land
3 . 5 acres Stump & Wood
Land

Land on River St

4.5 acres of marsh land

Marsh land

1 acre of marsh land

Land on Rte 286

Land off South Main St

.5 acre off Blackwater

River

9 acres of marsh land
10 acres of marsh land

4 acres of marsh land
Evans stump & pond

(woodland)
1 . 5 acre of marsh land

.75 acre of marsh land
Walton Rd ext, .5 acre
marsh land off Mill
Creek, 3 acres marsh
land off Black Water
River & Martin Slough
Creek Maplot# 26-51-0,
26-52-0, 26-53-0



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Town Acquired Land - Continued



Flannagan, Albert
Fogg, Newell & Harriett
Fowler, Wilard est
Goodall, Dr E.B.

Gove, Benjamin, hrs

Gove, Edward N & Sylvia C



Gynan, Andrew hrs



Gynan, Herbert hrs
Hodgekins, Julie



Janvrin, Charles hrs

Janvrin, John
Joy, Benjamin
Knowles, Wallace hrs
Lamprey, Chyarles W.A. hrs
Larnard, Dennis



Locke, George hrs
Merrill, Albert
Moody, John
Morrill, Walter hrs
Pearson, Edmund

Perkins, Charles hrs

Perkins, Ed hrs
Pike, George D. hrs

Rowell, Charles hrs

Savory, Donald

Seabrook Development Inc ,

Shattler, Berry

Short , Ruby
Sibley, Susan hrs



Lot 52 Seabrook Beach

Stump land

Marsh land

5 acres of Perkins

Woodland

3 acres of Gove marsh

land

1/8 acre of Walton

Flatts, 1/2 acre of

Gove Flatts Maplot#

26-60-0

8 acres of Beckman wood
land, 3.5 acres of rock
marsh

Land on River Street
7 acres of Collins
woodland, 4.5 acres
sprout land
2.5 acres of Joy marsh,

2 acres of flats
Land off Rte 286
Folly Mill Woods lots
Marsh land

1 . 5 Tract land

7 acres of Collins Wood

land, 4.5 acres of

sprout land

. 5 acre of stump land

3 acres of tract land
. 5 acre of marsh land
12 acres of marsh land
Land south side of
Rocks Rd

5.7 acres off South
Main St

4 acres of marsh land
4 acres of Gove marsh
land

12 acres of Cross Beach

Land

Land

Lakeshore Drive

2 acres of marsh land,

4 acres of marsh land

9 pieces of land

3-2 acres of marsh land



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Tovm Acquired Land - Continued

Smith, Emily



Smith, Jacob hrs
Smith, James hrs



Smith, John A. , Jr



Smith, Madeline



Steven, Elbridge
St rat ham, Hardward
Sullivan, Charles
Tilton, Joseph hrs
Thurlow, Ethel



Towle, Howard



Unknown Owner

Walton, George estate of

Walton, John N hrs

Walton, Theresa estate of

Walton, William H estate of

Willey

Weare, George
Wright , Brenda hrs



1 acre of Joy wood
land, 1.5 acre of Lock
Tillage, 3 acres Gillis
Land, Roak Land, .5
acre of Cross Land
1 acre of Boynton Land
.5 acre of wood land, 2
acres Dow land, 1/4
acre stump land
3,750 Sq Ft of land
located at 16 New
Zealand Rd MapLot#
7-72-1

4 acres of Smith Stump
Land, B. Chase land,
2.5 acres Pettengill
Stump Land, 1.5 acres
of tillage land
Marsh & Spreading Place
Wood land
.75 acre of land
4 acres of marsh land
3 acres of Dow Wood
Land, .5 acre of marsh
land, 2.5 acres of
marsh land
2.5 acres of marsh
land, 4 pieces of
Tilton marsh land
totalling 4 acres
Land on Rte 286 next to
the Lamott Property
Land

Marsh land
Marsh land

Marsh land & Philbrick
land

Land off Main St behind
F. Eaton's Property
Marsh land
Land and Mobile home
located at 516
Lafayette Rd MapLot#
8-98-0



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1997 - TAX RATE



GOVERMMEHT

MUNICIPAL

COUNTY

SCHOOL



APPROPRIATION

$ 11,828,918.00

$ 3,376,418.00

$ 9,932,488.00

TAX RATE



TAX PER $ 1,000
$ 4.22 = 47%
$ 1.20 = 13%
$ 3.54 = 40%
$ 8.96



1997 PIE GRAPH PAYOUT



(40.0%)




(13.0%)



(47.0%)



ra MUNICIPAL
□ COUNTY
m SCHOOL



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1997 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SEABROOK RECREATION COMISSION
The 1997 members of the Seahrook Recreation Commission: Vernon Small ^
Chairman; Oliver Carter Jr. , Selectmen £ Vice Chairman; Charlotte Dow,
Secretary; Rosemary Fowler, Parks Department; William Knowles,
Planning Board; Sheryl Maltais, Ralph Marshall, Shelly Carter and
Salvatore Riibera. Susan Foote was appointed in November as the
Planning- Board representative. Administrative Staff: Sandra Beaudoin,
Director of Recreation; Edward Pickard, Assistant Director , January
through May S'^ and Derek Griggs, Assistant Director starting in May.

CHANGES IN 1997
The Recreation Department went through various changes during 1997,
including changes in full-time staff and the introduction of program
fees. Edward "Ted" Pickard, retired after twelve and one half years
as the Assistant Director. The staff, volunteers and friends gave him
many farewell and good luck parties in May. He is enjoying his
retirement in Maine and continues to give of himself to the comnunity
as a volunteer coach for a variety of sports teams . Derek Griggs was
hired as the new Assistant Director and brought with him skills in
soccer and lacrosse. He also worked for the YMCA in Newburyport.

Another change was the addition of small program fees for most
structured programs . A five-dollar per week fee was initiated within
the summer camp programs. The largest fee paid per child was $36 for
six weeks of camp ranging from a two to five day schedule. The next
change was in the fall programs where a program fee was charged for
specialized programs such as gymnastics, cooking, crafts and etc. The
reason for the new fees was to help offset the budget with small user
fees. The current costs range from 50 cents to one dollar per class.
In many coirmunities fees are from 3 to 6 times higher for the same or
similar programs. These fees will help offset monies raised through
taxes.

In 1997, the only major repair to the Comnunity Center involved
replacing all shingle roof areas with 40-year architect shingles.
Most repairs had to be postponed such as the brick walkway, installing
light fixtures, changing worn carpet and replacing a corridor tile
floor, due to the 1997 default budget. The brick walkway will be
replaced in 1998.

SUMMER CAMPS /ENROLLMENT AND YEAR
154/1992; 155/1993; 187/1994; 235/1995; 264/1996; 251/1997

TOTAL I.D. CARDS ISSUED SINCE 1984: 3,520

CENTER ATTENDANCE Open 299 days/ 41,548 total attendance for 1997

NEW IN 1997
gth_gth Qj-ade Basketball League Wild and Wacky Crafts

Youth Mixers Puzzle Contest

Drama Classes

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The following displays the different types of Special Events held
throughout the year. The Special events are listed with the lowest and
highest event attendance during 1997.

SPECIAL EVENTS SPECIAL EVENTS CONT .

16 Roller-skates 19-157 1 Halloween Party 240

9 Youth Dances/Mixer 34-123 1 Amesbury Park Tubing 9

6 Teen Dances 57-150 1 Historical Slide Show 140

1 Ice Skating Trip 14 1 Senior Awareness Day 190

1 Cairp Parents Night 200 1 Easter Egg Hunt 234

1 Yth Christmas Party 225 1 Jokers Trip 14

1 Wacky Craft Workshop 20 1 Youth Overnight Plus 48

29 Basketball Gaines 52-143 1 Track & Field Meet 7

1 Red Sox Trip 10 3 Sumner Cairp Trips 50-130

1 Disney on Ice Show 88 1 Little, Miss Pageant 235

3 Sports Banquets 50-310 1 Junior Miss Pageant 200

OTHER GROUPS WHO HAVE USED THE CENTER : Over 35 different local
groups used the SCC in 1997 for meetings, training, fund raising and
recreation, including health agancies, school, voting, businesses,
scouts, public meetings, civic & booster cliibs and leagues.

SEACOAST COCA-COLA IN 1997
Seacoast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. continues to be the leader in
supporting youth & teen programs. During 1997, the corrpany provided
beverage products, prizes and $1,500 in sponsorships.

1997 SEABROOK OLD HOME DAYS
The 1997 Seabrook Old Home Days were again a success and filled with
entertainment and fun. The 17^** annual Miss Seabrook Contest opened
the Old Home Days on Thursday, August 14*^** where over two hundred and
thirty five people witnessed Kelly Evans being crowned the 1997 Miss
Seabrook. The 2"^ Little Miss Seabrook , Ashley Saracy, was also
crowned that night. On the following night, Briah Boggs was crowned
Jr. Miss Seabrook. On Saturday, August le*"** local non-profit groups,
town departments and others provided food, crafts, contests,
entertainment and more. The fireworks were great as always and Sandy
& the Classics Band entertained all the country music fans. A large
number of residents attended in spite of the hot teirperature that day.
On Sunday, August 17*^** the Seabrook Lions Club held the OHD Turkey
Shoot as in the past.

In conclusion, the conmission and department staff, gratefully extends
a special thanks to all those volunteers who shared their time and put
forth much effort for the youth of Seabrook during 1997. Local
volunteers were responsible for coaching over 40 sports teams for
youth & teens .

Respectfully submitted,
Seabrook Recreation
Conmission and Staff

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SEABROOK LIBRARY - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT - 1997

Nineteen ninety- seven saw library membership increase more
dramatically than ever before. Circulation, or the number of items
loaned, climbed to a record 31,569 and the number of customer visits
rose to a remarkable 32,292 - increases over the previous year's
figures of 10% and 28% respectively! (Please see charts at end of
report . )

The Library at last completed its journey toward full computer
automation, although there is still more work to be done, and as part
and parcel of that effort began re-registering all users and issuing
handsome, brand new library borrowers' cards. Lessons on "surfing"
the Internet were offered throughout the year to those interested and
proved to be very popular. The six public access computers were kept
busy by adults and young people alike - indeed, waiting lines were
often the norm.

During the year, several ongoing programs were continued such as
the monthly Friday Poetry Evenings and the Book Discussion Group. The
Friends of the Library again sold the ever-popular glow necklaces
during the fireworks display at Seabrook's Old Home Days.
Additionally, during the Library's Annual Book Sale in August, the
Friends held a Bake Sale. Thanks are once again due Friends Denise
Favaloro and Terry Amato for all of their organizational efforts in
these regards. The Library's newsletter. The Seabrook Library
Book*Report, dormant for several years, also resumed publication with
a well-received fall edition.

Adult programming included the two oft-contentious programs on
Tarot and Numerology which were finally held, as were two Christian
programs offering opposing points of view given by Dr. Richard
Lovelace and Reverend Donna Hailson. Other programs on Celtic music
and bicycling across the country were also offered. Additionally, the
year 1997 saw Jennifer Haven join the Library Staff as a part-time
Adult Services Librarian. She currently concentrates her efforts on
Reference and Circulation work, and she also lends a hand working with
young adult patrons and the Library's computers.

The Library's Young Adult Department was also busy. Many
programs were held for this age group during the year, including a
Mystery Night, a film series, and concerts given by local bands. Also
held were the weekly YA Cafe and the very popular "After School
Activities" series. A program, designed for parents and entitled
"Smart Surfing" , which helped adults learn to better guide their
children safely through cyberspace, was given twice during the year.

The Children's Room held two successful summer reading programs
entitled "Take Me To Your Readers" for grades 1-4, and "Rocket
Readers" for ages 3 - 6. Special events for children included
performers Debbie 0' Carroll, Nancy Sweeney, and long-time local
favorite Papa Joe. Program topics included dinosaurs, birds - with
the Audubon Society, a cookie contest, and rainforest animals.
Halloween saw the Library become the place to be for kids - for
costumes, for treats, for a few fun tricks and for a really good time.

In April Eric N. Small was elected to the Board of Trustees
succeeding Patricia M. O'Keefe, who retired. The other Board members
are Norman H. Brown and Stanley A. Hamel .

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PM; and on Saturdays from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM. Telephone: 603-474-
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