Summer Soccer for MS Boys

posted May 10, 2018, 5:21 AM by Jonathan Reed

Dear Players, Parents, and Guardians:

This summer we will be continuing the 8v8 mini soccer league for middle school boys.  During the past four summers, the program has been a success with over 30 kids participating. We anticipate another big turnout and that there will be enough players for three teams again this year.   This summer the program will be run by Kevin Parsons. Some of you may recall Kevin from his standout soccer career in Sunapee or know him around town. Kevin has played at the collegiate level and has recently graduated from UNH with a degree in Physical Education.  In the fall he will be teaching Health and PE in Concord.

We plan to follow a format of three teams, playing 15 minute games rotating the teams each time.  A vs B for 15 minutes. Then A vs C for 15 minutes, then C vs B for 15 minutes, then repeat. This would continue through the summer with each team taking turns sitting the first game.  On the last night, we would have a two-hour jamboree and cookout. Games will be coached by high school varsity soccer players with an adult referee for the game. The goal in creating the team rosters will be to create three evenly-matched squads.

Dates & Time:

  • Sundays and Wednesdays (No Wednesday July 4)   July 1 - July 29        4:30-6:00pm


  • Alexander Field (lower field) at SMHS, 10 North Road


  • $30 - which includes performance jersey, field maintenance, insurance and a wicked good time!   

(Note: Limited scholarships available, see Mr. Reed)


  • The expectation is that players are prepared to play at their games.  If athletes are not able to make it, they will notify the coaches at least 24-hours in advance. Coaches, referees, and organizers are donating their time; please be respectful of this, and communicate in a timely manner.

Contact Information:

If you are interested in playing, confirm by submitting your payment by Friday, June 8.  Make checks payable to “Jon Reed-Sunapee Soccer.”  Registration can be sent in with your child and passed in to Mr. Reed or Mrs. Flint.  At the elementary school, registrations can be given to Addison Reed (3rd grade) and she will pass them along.

Summer Soccer for MS Girls

posted Apr 12, 2018, 6:01 AM by Jonathan Reed

Lake Sunapee Golden Trout Soccer Club


“Winning is not something that is built in a day; it is constructed year-round. As always, it comes down to progressive, consistent effort, with a view toward a long range goal.”

                -  Anson Dorrance, World Cup Champion Coach, 21 NCAA National Championships

Our Lake Sunapee/ Kearsarge Area Soccer programs have maintained a strong history of excellence and achievement. Countless parents, coaches, and young women like you have supported and built this reputation.  Our local school and club athletic programs, combined with off-season training, have “left no doubt” as to our commitment. Understanding that we all need our down time, I have created a summer program that provides an opportunity to improve your skills while providing the flexibility to enjoy the summer vacation, as follows:

·         10 sessions,  8v8 format, 80x50yd fully-painted field with full-sized goals,  80-minute games (10 min half), and Referees

·         2 teams, each will have their own player/coach drawn from our 2016 Undefeated and 2017 NH State Championship Sunapee Varsity Girls roster and US Soccer ‘E’ licensed Coaching Staff.

·         The season will run from June 27-July 31, every Wednesday and Sunday, 4:30-6 pm, (no 7/4)

                                     *This will not conflict with the summer basketball program

For a scant $40 pesos you will receive:  1) A stunning collector’s edition, Lake Sunapee Golden Trout Soccer Club, fully reversible, quick dry jersey with your personal  # choice. 2) 100% on field playing time 3) NO TRAVEL- all games to be played at SMHS. 4) Honest feed-back from coaching staff. 5) NO DAY CARE: Come to play hard, to learn, and to bond with like-minded young women such as yourself, who love our game.

This will not be ‘drop- in’ soccer. Commitment to the team requires commitment to our schedule. Planned vacations aside, your attendance is expected. No last-minute phone calls because you “wanted to binge watch Pitch Perfect 1,2+3, or go to the mall with friends.”  Our schedule may also include home games vs local clubs/players from this area (Lightning SC, Kearsarge United SC, Fisherfield FC) if available.

Please contact Norm Dalton before May 15 to receive a registration packet, or for any questions and comments:

Ping Pong Tournament at the Livery

posted Mar 19, 2018, 11:01 AM by Jonathan Reed

CANCELLED - Blood Drive - March 7

posted Feb 1, 2018, 6:32 AM by Jonathan Reed   [ updated Mar 6, 2018, 6:49 AM ]

NOTICE - Due to forecast for inclement weather this event has been cancelled

On Wednesday, March 7 from 1-6pm the SMHS Service Club is hosting a blood drive.

Please consider signing up to make an appointment to give life.

Lake Sunapee Chowder/Chili Challenge

posted Sep 15, 2017, 11:20 AM by Melissa Bourque   [ updated Sep 6, 2018, 6:05 AM by Jodi Bergen ]

This year's event will be held Sunday September 23rd, 2018 12:00 - 3:00 PM

Come join us for our Chili/Chowder Challenge and enjoy Sunapee Harbor!

Hope to see you all there!

Project Sunapee - Outdoor Movie Night

posted Aug 9, 2017, 6:57 AM by Jonathan Reed   [ updated Aug 9, 2017, 7:01 AM ]


8:00 PM


Join us to watch family-friendly “Finding Dory“.

Bring chairs, blankets and picnics.  Come early and save your spot to enjoy the show!

Sponsored by Four Seasons Sothebys International Realty

Finding Dory promotional image

Visit for more information and events

Change Direction NH, May 22 6-7pm Abbott Library

posted May 5, 2017, 5:19 AM by Jonathan Reed

--  Please see the attached flyer about the Change Direction NH presentation at the Abbott Library on May 22 from 6-7pm

The Sunapee Police Department has partnered with the Abbott Library to promote the Campaign to Change Direction NH, a national initiative to change the culture of mental health in America. Most of us know people of all ages who suffer from mental illness. We invite you to attend this presentation to learn more and to learn how to identify the 5 signs of mental illness and emotional suffering

May 22, 2017 from 6-7 The Abbott Library 11 Soonipi Circle, Sunapee, NH 

John Broderick, retired Chief Justice of the NH Supreme Court and Co-Chair of the Campaign to Change Direction NH. Learn about his personal experience with the mental illness of his son.


Main Street Construction Information

posted Apr 5, 2017, 8:00 AM by Jonathan Reed

Below is a summary of information regarding the utility paving work to be performed on Lower Main Street during the spring of 2017

Utility construction is scheduled to begin on or about the week of April 17th and will be completed sometime during the week of April 24th (weather dependent). Paving is scheduled to begin on Main Street on or about May 15 and the paving of Lower Main Street will begin sometime during the week of May 22nd (again weather dependent). The project is scheduled to be completed no later than June 30, 2017.

Traffic delays are necessary to complete specific construction tasks at each project location. One lane, and one way, traffic will be maintained on both Main Street and Lower Main Street during throughout the duration of the project. Traffic control and construction warning signs will be installed and maintained throughout project construction. Certified flaggers assisted by the Sunapee Police Department will manage traffic control during daily operations. Access to and from all residential, commercial, and school entities will be maintained throughout the duration of the project. A traffic control plan will be developed by the Contractor that is selected to complete the paving of both streets, with input and approval from the Highway Director, Police Chief and Fire Chief.

Traffic Control for Paving Projects
  • Main Street shall be completed in segments as shown on the map which will allow road closure for each specific segment
  • Lower Main Street projects (paving/drainage and water main construction) shall be one-way traffic from Route 11 west to the intersection of North Road.
  • Traffic control signs for paving projects to be installed by contractor prior to paving, and with approval from Highway Director & Chief Cahill.
  • Water Department to close Lower Main Street at School Street during water main construction.
  • Water Department to install sign package for water main construction and Chief Cahill to assist with digital message sign board at Route 11 intersection.
  • Water Department to notify School Street Abutters of temporary access up emergency school access lane.
  • Water Department to notify abutters and school of water main shutdown date and time.
  • Water Department and Highway Department to coordinate construction efforts and traffic control for municipal work to be completed prior to paving.
  • Transportation Director shall be notified prior to all paving activities on Lower Main Street to allow her to re-route buses to the Gym.
  • Highway Director to contact Ushers and Little Lakers Day Care.

Please do not hesitate to contact me in advance if you have any questions. 

Scott Hazelton, CPESC Highway Director

Blood Drive

posted Feb 23, 2017, 5:49 AM by Jonathan Reed   [ updated Feb 23, 2017, 5:50 AM ]


On Wednesday, March 8 the SMHS Service Club is hosting a blood drive.

Please consider signing up to make an appointment to give life.


2017 Candidates Forum

posted Feb 21, 2017, 4:26 AM by Jonathan Reed

The 2017 Sunapee Candidates Forum will held on Wednesday February 22, 7:00pm at the Methodist Church

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