Pizza fundraiser for Walnut Hill Garden Club of Hanover

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Do you like Bertucci’s?

PIZZA FUNDRAISER FOR WALNUT HILL GARDEN CLUB OF HANOVER – Thursday,
February 21, 2019

Please consider participating in their fundraiser by eating in or ordering
from Bertucci’s in Hingham on Thursday, February 21, 2019, which helps
the club financially support their outreach programs (see below). Eat in,
carry out and/or delivery are all ways to participate.

Please show the attached flyer to your server or when you pay. If you pay
online for delivery, please add “For Fundraiser” in the special
instructions field.

The Walnut Hill Garden Club takes pride in their outreach programs, which
include:
? Serving Hanover Seniors through garden therapy activities.
? Designing/Maintaining plantings at traffic islands, town buildings, and
at Forge Pond Park.
? Recycling ink/toner cartridges etc. for the citizens of Hanover.

Thank you for your support!

For more information, please contact Tiz Polizio at tiz.poliz@gmail.com .

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Absentee ballots for permanently disabled voters

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Town Clerk Catherine Harder-Bernier today reminded registered
Hanover voters and caregivers of registered Hanover voters that the
Massachusetts legislature passed a bill in 2013 that amended election laws
pertaining to physically disabled voters. Massachusetts General Laws
Chapter 54, Section 86 reads in part, “A voter who will be unable by
reason of permanent disability to cast his vote in person at the polling
place may file once with the city or town clerk a certificate executed by a
registered physician who is personally acquainted with the voter and aware
of his permanent disability, stating that it is reasonably certain because
of permanent physical disability that the voter will be unable to cast his
vote in person at the polling place on the day of the election.”

Once that letter from the physician has been received by the Hanover Town
Clerk’s Office, the voter will once a year automatically receive an
application for an absentee ballot by mail. The application may then be
filled out and returned to the Hanover Town Clerk’s Office, and will be
good for the calendar year if the voter so designates. Absentee ballots,
as they become available prior to an election, will then be automatically
mailed to the permanently disabled voter.

“This is a relatively simple way to save time and ease the load of a
permanently disabled voter or caregiver. Just send us a letter from your
family physician and we will take it from there. We are pleased to be able
to continue to offer this service to Hanover residents”, said Town Clerk
Harder-Bernier.

For more information about this process, please contact Hanover Town Clerk
Catherine Harder-Bernier at Catherine.harderbernier@hanover-ma.gov or
Assistant Town Clerk Meg Pallotta at meg.pallotta@hanover-ma.gov or (781)
826-5000 x1079. Letters from physicians regarding a patient’s permanent
disability may be sent to Catherine Harder-Bernier, Hanover Town Clerk, 550
Hanover Street, Hanover, MA 02339.

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Center School dedication

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Public Schools cordially invites you to attend the Building
Dedication of the new Center Elementary School, located at 65 Silver
Street, on Tuesday, February 12th. The ceremony begins at 5:00 p.m. in
the Center School auditorium with a reception to follow in the cafeteria.
The school will be open to the public for tours. Please join us in
celebrating our new school.

For more information, please contact Libby Corbo at
lcorbo@hanoverschools.org .

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School Vacation Week Programs at John Curtis Library

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

School Vacation Week Programs at John Curtis Library

Wednesday, February 20, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. Art Workshop with Pop-Up Art
School
The Pop-up Art School will present a workshop on the art of Vincent van
Gogh. The lesson, for children 8 to 12 years old, will focus on his humble
painting of a chair. Students will make a two dimensional drawing of a
chair which will then be cut so the seat and front legs of the chair “pop
out” from the background. Attendance is limited.

Thursday, February 21, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Sparky’s Puppets
Sparky’s Puppets will present “Stories From Snowy Lands”. Watch a snowman
come to life, see a bear go ice fishing, and visit a toymaker on a wintry
day. Sparky’s Puppets have performed throughout New England for over 30
years. They have visited the Hanover library multiple times and are always
a delight.

Please register for both programs from the Calendar section of the
library’s website, www.hanovermass.com/library. For more information, call
781-826-2972, extension 4, or email the children’s librarian at
lcampbell@ocln.org.

Both programs are funded by the Friends of the John Curtis Library.

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3 on 3 Indoor Soccer Tournament

Dear fellow Hanoverians:
Hanover High School Soccer is sponsoring a 3 on 3 Indoor Soccer tTournament
over February vacation.

The tournament will be held Thursday February 21st from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00
p.m. at the Snake Pit (formerly Soccer Etc.) 285 Circuit Street in Hanover.

Players in grades 3-6 are eligible to register and will be placed on teams
by age group (Grade 3/4 and 5/6 together). Please register as an individual
and players will be placed on teams. All teams will be coached by HHS
soccer players.

Guaranteed 3 games with the top teams advancing to playoff round. Prizes
for the winning team.

Register on the HYAA website if you are interested in participating. Cost
is $25 per person registration closes February 17th. Space is limited to 24
players per age group. All proceeds will benefit the Hanover High School
Soccer programs.

Click here to sign up and select register now: www.hyaa.net/registration .
Questions may be directed to Dave Bristol at dbb.brisbros@comcast.net .

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Phoenix Lodge public breakfast

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Public Breakfast

Phoenix Masonic Lodge, located at 133 Broadway (the corner of Broadway and
Washington Street, in the Four Corners area) in Hanover will be having
their next monthly Public Breakfast on Sunday, February 10, 2019.
Breakfast will be served from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. by the volunteer
members of Phoenix Lodge.

Their all-you-can-eat menu includes pancakes, French toast, bacon, sausage,
and their own homemade home fries and roast beef hash. They also offer
scrambled eggs, fried eggs cooked to order, a variety of toasts, various
juices and coffee. The price is $8.00 for adults, $4.00 for kids ages 5 to
12, and kids under 5 are FREE.

Proceeds from their breakfasts are used to support the local food pantries
in Hanover, Norwell and Pembroke.

For more information please contact Dave Tinley at dotinley3@icloud.com.
Thank you.

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Hanover Library Participating in Bruins PJ Drive

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

The John Curtis Free Library has teamed up with the Boston Bruins to
participate in their annual pajama drive to benefit DCF Kids and Cradles to
Crayons. The PJ Drive’s goal is to collect 12,000 pairs of new pajamas
for children and teens in need.

The Pajama Drive runs from February 1 through March 15, 2019. The JCF
Library will be collecting new pajamas for babies, children and teens. A
collection box for donations will be set up in the library’s main lobby.

Bruins forward P.J. Axelsson and his wife, Siw, started the PJ drive during
the Boston Bruins 2007-2008 season as a way to give to give back to their
community. The couple collected 1,600 pairs of pajamas for Cradles to
Crayons which connects with social service agencies to identify specific
children in need.

In 2017, the drive expanded to benefit DCF’s Wonderfund. DCF estimates
that at any given time the agency is working with 45,000 babies, children
and teens. DCF’s participation helps ensure that PJs stay in the area in
which they were collected, benefitting local kids and teens.

Participating libraries will compete with other organizations for special
Bruins prizes including a street hockey clinic with Bruins Mascot Blades
and autographed Bruins items.
The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) works with the
Boston Bruins to coordinate library participation in the drive. Libraries
from around the state use the Massachusetts Library System’s delivery
service, typically used to send books and other library materials, to send
their PJs to area collection locations which increases libraries’ ability
to participate in the drive.

For more information about the drive, please contact Lynne Campbell at
lcampbell@ocln.org .

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Hanover’s own John Logan comes back to town!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Parks and Recreation presents
John Logan!
Thursday, February 7th at 6:00 p.m.
at the COA (665 Center Street)
All ages welcome to this free event!

John will be talking about his books and doing a couple of his magic
tricks!

As a professional modern-day magician, John Duke Logan believes
‘impossible’ is just a word.

John hosted his own show on Patriots.com showcased to over seven million
people on a weekly basis, performed magic on “America’s Got Talent”,
published two books, and has given several TEDx Talks on creativity and
perception…all before reaching the age of 25.

You may also recognize him from the news where he was nicknamed by the
media the “Team Magician” for the New England Patriots and made national
headlines when Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady praised him in his press
conference.

John’s book, “The Perfect Illusion: Life” will be available for
purchase for $20!

John’s Books are:
The Perfect Illusion: Life
The Magic Behind Success: What Can Entrepreneurs Learn from Entertainers
Regarding Creativity and Communication?

You can learn more about John at www.johndukelogan.com

Any questions, please call 781-826-5000 ext. 1057 or e-mail
recreation@hanover-ma.gov .

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Free Walnut Hill Garden Club lecture – “Down Back”

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Public Invited – Free Lecture

What: “Down Back”
When: Tuesday, February 5th, 2019, 7:15 p.m.
Where: Phoenix Lodge, Broadway and Washington Streets

The Walnut Hill Garden Club of Hanover invites interested members of the
public to a free lecture and slide show, “Down Back” to be presented by
local wildlife artist and photographer, Randy Julius, as he speaks of the
inspiration he finds in his own backyard and the nearby woods, fields,
marshes, ponds and rivers. His colorful presentation is illustrated with
wildlife photographs, landscapes and people enjoying the outdoors.

Seating for the lecture is limited: To reserve a place or for more
information please call Tiz Polizio at (781)738-2044, or e-mail
tiz.poliz@gmail.com.

Walnut Hill Garden Club of Hanover
www.walnuthillgardenclub.org

More info on Randy Julius:

Randy is an outdoor columnist for the Brockton Enterprise and Patriot
Ledger, an eight-time winner of the state waterfowls stamp competition,
designer of first wildlands conservation stamp for the Massachusetts
Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, and president of New England Outdoor
Writers Association, to name a few of his involvements. He is also a
member of Dale & the Duds classic rock and roll band. Randy is well known
among wildlife artists in Massachusetts. In addition to his duck stamps, he
has been commissioned to design the Sponsor Print for Ducks Unlimited and
he is, through donations of his art, a major supporter of projects and
programs that benefit wildlife in Massachusetts.

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Nomination papers are available!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Town Clerk Catherine Harder-Bernier announced today that nomination
papers are now available in her office for the Annual Town Election
scheduled to be held May 11th, 2019.

“Election Day is set for May 11th and signed nomination papers are due
March 22nd, 2019. Given the abolishment of the Board of Public Works last
year, there are only nine open seats, which is a relatively light election
year,” said Harder-Bernier.

On the ballot this spring will be elections for one member of the Board of
Selectmen for a three year term, one member of the School Committee for a
three year term, two members of the Board of Assessors – one member for a
three year term and one member for a two year term, one member of the
Planning Board for a five year term, one Board of Health member for a three
year term, one Trustee of the Public Library for a three year term, one
Town Clerk for a three year term, and one Moderator for a one year term.

Interested residents are encouraged to contact the Town Clerk’s Office,
any of the related departments, or sitting members of the board or
committee they are interested in becoming a part of in order to gain more
information about an open position.

To run for office, candidates only need to obtain 50 signatures of
registered Hanover voters in order to be placed on the ballot. Candidates
for office have until Friday, March 22nd to submit the signed nomination
papers to the Registrar’s Office for signature certification. Attached
please find the Spring Election Calendar for more information.

For more information about the election process and related deadlines,
please contact Hanover Town Clerk Catherine Harder-Bernier or Assistant
Town Clerk Meg Pallotta at (781) 826-5000 x1079 or by e-mail at
catherine.harderbernier@hanover-ma.gov or meg.pallotta@hanover-ma.gov .

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