Lions Club Pancake Breakfast

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Lions Club
18th Annual
Pancake Breakfast

All You Can Eat
Pancakes (Plain, Blueberry, and Chocolate Chip)
Eggs, Sausage, Coffee and Juice

Sunday – November 4th
8:00 – 11:00 a.m.
At the Hanover Senior Center, 665 Center Street
Adults $7.00, seniors and children 7-12 $6.00, kids under 6 years old eat
free
All proceeds to benefit local Lions supported charities
For more information, please contact Bob Coluci at rcoluci@aol.com

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Hanover Parks and Recreation presents Baby and Me Classes!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Parks and Recreation presents Baby and Me Classes!

This fall they are introducing a brand new program! Join Park and Rec and
instructor Kate Woodard for Baby and Me Stroller Barre!

A 45-minute total body cardio and strength class incorporating movements
from a variety of fitness disciplines (barre, Pilates, yoga, HIIT and
strength training) to promote stability, posture, cardiovascular endurance
and muscular strength. Participants will use their stroller for all barre
focused exercises and a yoga mat for floor work. Each class will have
dedicated core and pelvic floor work for postpartum moms. No previous
barre experience needed. All welcome! Children are not expected to remain
in the stroller for the duration of the class. Participants should be
prepared to be responsible for the activities of their children throughout.

Who: Infants and toddlers with an adult
When: Tuesdays, November 6th – November 27th
Where: Hanover COA (665 Center Street)
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. (weather permitting, please feel free to
stay and socialize in the backyard after class)
Cost: $48 for 4-week session
Registration: www.hanover-ma.gov/parks-and-recreation
*Limited to 10 participants at this time
**All participants must submit the Program Waiver, and if you’ve given
birth and your baby is less than 12 weeks old, a Medical Consent form by
the first class to participate.

Please email recreation@hanover-ma.gov or call 781-826-5000 ext. 1057 with
any questions.

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BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION ~ Helps raise money for Hanover Schools!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION ~ Helps raise money for Hanover Schools!

Please help the Hanover Parent-Teacher Alliance (HPTA) raise money for
Hanover Schools by clipping and collecting “Box Tops for Education”
found on many popular products including General Mills cereals, Nature
Valley granola bars, Ziploc products, Annie’s products, Papermate office
supplies, Hefty bags and many more.

Box Tops collection containers may be found around town in the Library
(near the Children’s Room entrance) and at the Transfer Station (a metal
mailbox near the cardboard recycling area and a smaller mailbox near
aluminum recycling). Box Tops deposited in these containers are collected
3-4 times a year and added to the collections from Hanover students. The
money raised benefits the children of Hanover Schools. Box Tops may also be
brought into the Center/Sylvester, Cedar and Middle School office or sent
in with a neighborhood student.

Every year the HPTA raises THOUSANDS of dollars with this program! In
2017-18 they collected nearly $8,000! Box Tops are worth $.10 each and it
adds up quickly, especially when everyone helps!

Their first collection drive is happening now and throughout the month of
October, so check your pantry, and drop your Box Tops off now. They also
collect during the months of February and May, but you can clip all year
long!

Money raised helps pay for programs, services and school needs that are not
covered by the regular budget. Funds help offset field trip expenses and
special events for students. Sports equipment, books and games are
purchased. Technology equipment has been invested in and educational
support programs have been made available. Every cent goes toward things
that directly benefit the students of Hanover in grade K-8. Please look for
Box Tops on products you purchase, clip them, place them in a Ziploc baggie
or sealed envelope and deposit them in one of the collection boxes around
town.

THANK YOU FOR CLIPPING AND SUPPORTING HANOVER SCHOOLS!
Hanover Parent Teacher Alliance and the Box Tops for Education Team
For more information, please contact Joanna McCormack at
joanna_mccormick@verizon.net .

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Opioid Awareness Public Forum

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Opioids: A Clear and Present Danger for All Ages

There will be a public forum to provide an opportunity to listen about and
discuss the clear and present danger of opioids. Parents may not realize
that drug dealers may be having an influence on their children at very
young ages. Seniors may not realize that the pain medications they are
prescribed can create a danger for them, also. Everyone needs to be
educated on this topic. Learn about programs that are in place to help
your loved ones who find themselves in trouble with this terrible epidemic.
Attendees will hear about programs available for those who have lost a
loved one from this terrible danger, and also learn what opioids do to
one’s brain and the effect they can have on controlling respiration and
rate of breathing.

Opioid Awareness Public Forum
Wednesday evening, October 24th
Center School – Cafeteria
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Panel to include – Timothy Cruz, District Attorney; Joseph MacDonald,
County Sheriff, Walter Sweeney, Hanover Police Chief, Cynthia Wyman, Team
Share and Donna White, RN, PHD, Addiction Specialist.

For additional information, please contact: Carol Mattes at
cmattes303@gmail.com .

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Girl Scouts program

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Girl Scouts is sponsoring a presentation by Maria Wood of Fashion
Focus.
The event is on Wednesday, October 24th from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and in
the Hanover Mall Community Room
(formerly site of The Children’s Place).

The details are included in the attached flyer. If anyone has questions,
they can contact hanovermagirlscouts@ yahoo.com . This is a free event
that is geared to girls grades 4 and up.

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Hanover Firehouse and Phillips Sanctuary Trail Walk

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Saturday, October 27 at 3:00 p.m.

Hanover Firehouse and Phillips Sanctuary Trail Walk

Jointly sponsored by the Hanover Historical Society and the Open Space
Committee, enjoy a one mile walk through woodlands behind the Station Five
Firehouse Museum on Broadway. A vernal pool, old stone walls, and
cart-paths make this a lovely fall walk. The Museum is also open for tours
from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., and refreshments will be served. Park at the
Firehouse, 1095 Broadway. Sturdy walking shoes and insect repellent are
advised. Maps and more information are available at
http://www.hanover-ma.gov/open-space-committee, or you may contact
hanovertrailwalkers@gmail.com .

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Hanover Woman’s Club, Juniors to host Halloween Parade

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

The Hanover Woman’s Club, Juniors will host its 36th annual Halloween
Parade at 1:00 p.m. on October 28th at the Hanover High School.

Registration will begin at 1:00 p.m. and the parade will start at 1:15 p.m.
The marchers will be led by the Hanover High School Band. Following the
parade, the children will be entertained by Mr. DJ USA, who will feature
interactive music, games, bubbles, sing alongs and a dance party.

Goody bags will be handed out at the end of the event. Registration is $3
per child. Registration forms are attached, will be available the day of
the event, or registration forms passed out to schools may be filled out
and brought the day of the parade or to the John Curtis Library.
Pre-registration deadline is Friday, October 26th.

The Club is requesting one non-perishable food item per child which will be
donated to the Hanover Food Pantry. This year, in memory of Officer
Michael Chesna, donations will be collected for the Chesna Family Fund.

For more information, see the attached registration form or contact Nadine
Adams at p3fitness103@yahoo.com or 781-831-2315.

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Dine for a cause

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Tired of cooking? Looking for a great night out for the family? Mark your
calendar! Join the Hanover Foundation for Educational Enrichment for
“Dine for a Cause” at The Ninety Nine Restaurant in Rockland (at 29
Accord Park) on Thursday, October 25th from 4:00 – 10:00 p.m. Come in and
enjoy a great meal, and 15% of your bill will be donated to the Hanover
Foundation for Educational Enrichment. Vouchers must be presented with your
bill and are attached here, or they may be found by visiting their website
at hfeema.org or by emailing Hanoverfoundation@gmail.com . Dine in or take
out! Great raffles will also be offered. How easy is that? Great meal,
Great Deal, Great Cause!

HFEE thanks you for your continued support. Please contact
hanoverfoundation@gmail.com with any questions. Founded in 1991, the HFEE
has raised more than $250,000 for school grants. For anyone interested in
learning more about the Foundation, members will be on hand to answer any
questions. New members are always welcome!

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The Tooth Fairy comes to Hanover

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Tooth Fairy program at John Curtis Free Library–Wednesday October 24 at
4:30 p.m.

The Tooth Fairy will be coming in to teach about healthy foods, what to
expect at a dental appointment and how to properly brush and floss.
Everyone will get to brush a stuffed animal’s teeth while they sing tooth
fairy songs! Of course the Tooth Fairy will read a tooth fairy story and
everyone will leave with a dental goody bag. The program is presented by
Claire Reilly, Registered Dental Hygienist and Community Educator.

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

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Children’s Halloween Parties at John Curtis Library

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Children’s Halloween Parties at John Curtis Library

This year as in past years, the library will host two Halloween parties for
different age groups.

A “Fun and Games” party for children ages one to three years will be held
on Monday, October 29 from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m.

The “Slightly Scary” party for children age four and older will be on
Tuesday, October 30 from 4:00 to 5:00.

Each party will include age-appropriate stories, songs, games, a costume
parade through the library, and treats.

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

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