Time is running out…submit your census on-line!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Registrar of Voters Chairman Nancy Goldthwait and Town Clerk Catherine
Harder-Bernier appealed today for the assistance of the people of Hanover
regarding the return of the town’s census. The “Annual Street
Listing”, better known as the Town Census, was mailed in early January
and residents of Hanover are kindly reminded to return it as soon as
possible.

“We’ve had a great response to the census this year; we are well ahead
of previous years in terms of our collection rate. We are hoping that this
additional reminder will prompt a few more folks to send their census in
and avoid being made an inactive voter this spring,” said Harder-Bernier.
“New this year, you can even submit your census on-line if you don’t
have any changes!”, Harder-Bernier continued.

Goldthwait noted that the census is important for a number of reasons.
“Hanover Police and Fire Departments need to know who is living in a
residence so that they can respond appropriately in case of an emergency,
the correct tally of persons is necessary for voting purposes, and a
correct census helps insure Hanover receives adequate state funding based
on population,” Goldthwait said. “Send in your census today!”,
Goldthwait added.

No changes and want to file on-line? Go to:
https://www.hanover-ma.gov/census . Misplaced your form? Blank forms are
available on the Town Clerk’s webpage at
https://www.hanover-ma.gov/sites/hanoverma/files/uploads/census_form.pdf .
Feel free to drop your completed census in the mailbox in the front door of
Town Hall.

Further information about the town’s census may be obtained by going to
the Town Clerk’s page of the Town website at
http://www.hanover-ma.gov/town-clerk/pages/street-list-and-census , by
calling the Board of Registrar’s Office at (781) 826-5000 x1082 or by
e-mailing nancy.goldthwait@hanover-ma.gov or
catherine.harderbernier@hanover-ma.gov .

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Snowshoe walk in Forge Pond Park

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

This just in! Due to the Saturday, March 2nd snowstorm that is predicted
as I write this, the Open Space trail walk scheduled to be held on Saturday
has been changed. The Open Space Committee will be hosting a SNOWSHOE
trail walk, as follows:

Join the Open Space Committee for snowshoe walk in the conservation areas
surrounding Forge Pond Park on SUNDAY, March 3rd at 2:00 p.m. A shorter or
longer walk is available. First walk is 1.2 miles round-trip from the field
to the French’s Stream Bridge. For those who would like to continue, we
will walk through the woods to Clark Bog, for a total of 2.5 miles
round-trip. Park in Lot A at the park, 245 King Street. Equipment will not
be provided (but cider and donuts will!). Maps and more information are
available at www.hanover-ma.gov/open-space-committee, or you may contact
hanovertrailwalkers@gmail.com.

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JOHN CURTIS FREE LIBRARY HALF-PRICE BOOK SALE

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Due to the generosity of John Curtis Library patrons and great quantities
of book donations to the book sale space, the shelves are over-flowing,
making it time once again for a half-price sale!

ALL BOOKS (hard and soft, fiction and not, adult and children’s) plus CD’s,
DVD’s, and puzzles, will be HALF-PRICE during the entire month of March.

Shop early for the best selections. All monies are returned directly to
the library. Your support is very valued and appreciated.

Questions? Contact Emily Blampied at blampied@gmail.com or 781-710-6680.

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Get involved in Hanover’s best event of the year!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

A CALL TO ACTION!

GET INVOLVED IN HANOVER’S BEST EVENT OF THE YEAR!

Please share your time and talents as a volunteer for the upcoming 2019
Hanover Day!! The much-anticipated return of our spectacular community
celebration is quickly approaching, and the Hanover Cultural Council needs
your help to make it the best event yet!

The Hanover Cultural Council (HCC) is looking for volunteers to help with
the 2019 Hanover Day weekend festival. The event is scheduled for June
21-23, 2019.

Please join the HCC for an organizational meeting Wednesday, February 27th
at 7:00 p.m. at the Hanover High School Library. There are plenty of
opportunities and ways to get involved and help in the preparations for
this awesome town event. Your participation would be greatly appreciated.

This is the most important fundraiser of the year which directly impacts
the HCC’s ability to give back to the community in the form of valuable
grants which provide enriching arts, science and humanities programs for
all ages.

If you cannot attend the meeting, but would like to get involved, please
contact Karen Cass at karencass@comcast.net, or call: (617) 388-4427.

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Open Space trail walk explores Forge Pond Park

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Trail Walk Saturday March 2, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.

Join the Open Space Committee for a walk or snowshoe in the conservation
areas surrounding Forge Pond Park. A shorter or longer walk is available.
First walk is 1.2 miles round-trip from the field to the French’s Stream
Bridge. For those who would like to continue, we will walk through the
woods to Clark Bog, for a total of 2.5 miles round-trip. Park in Lot A at
the park, 245 King Street. Sturdy walking shoes (or snowshoes, if
conditions warrant) are advised. Equipment will not be provided (but cider
and donuts will!). 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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SHE’S HIRED! A free collaborative effort for women by women

Dear fellow Hanoverians:
If you’re a woman who has been out of the workplace for a while and you are
struggling to find employment, we want to help. Together with a very
talented group of local volunteers, we’re dedicating a day to improving
your resume, interview skills, wardrobe and much more.

Join us on March 3rd for SHE’S HIRED! A free collaborative effort for women
by women, sponsored by Macy’s, South Shore Savings Bank, The Hanover Mall,
Abbey Knoll Photography and South Shore Children’s Museum. Throughout the
day, we will be providing free makeup and hair, wardrobe and professional
headshots. We will also be providing free resume consultation, LinkedIn
profile development, and conducting mock interviews, which will help
participants put their best foot forward in the job market. A group of
thirty applicants will be selected at random. If you’re interested in
being a participant, simply fill out the application linked below. This is
a free event, no strings attached…. really! Sometimes women just want to
do good things for other women. (Editor’s note: I personally can’t
wait to help with mock interviews!) You must be available all day on
Sunday, March 3rd, and be able to travel to Hanover.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DKPK2YD

A Facebook page for the event is online here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/779115189120237/

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Maura Longueil at
mauralongueil@gmail.com .

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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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