Lots of updates from the COA

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Please read on for some great updated information just in from the Hanover
Council on Aging!

Hanover Council on Aging
665 Center Street, Hanover
Front Desk – 781-924-1913 or coa@hanover-ma.gov

Hello from the Hanover Council on Aging.
The mission of the Hanover Senior Center is to optimize the quality of life
by providing services, educational programs and activities which enhance
the lives of seniors, people with disabilities, their families, and
caregivers. Our vision is to meet the evolving needs of Hanover’s
growing population.

We will do this by:
Delivering quality services and programs that reflect individual needs,
personal choice, and self-determination based on values, culture, and
lifestyle.
Enhancing an individual’s sense of self-worth by encouraging
contributions of time and talent.
Creating an environment that encourages social interaction and personal
growth.
Providing the opportunity to participate in a variety of interesting and
enjoyable programs.
Ensuring effective planning that supports the COA mission.

Today we are reaching out to let you know about some great new programming
we have added!

Writing Group
Starting Monday, October 18, 2021, at 1:30 p.m. – meets every two weeks
Dates will be November 1, 15 and 29
Facilitator: Diane Campbell
Do you have a passion for writing and enjoy sharing with others? This is
your moment to shine. In this writing group you will be able to write about
your history, what keeps you going during COVID, stories that can be
fiction or nonfiction, poetry, or simple statements. Story telling
especially with younger children’s stories of your past can be rewarding
and fun. So come join this group!

Book Club
Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. meets every two weeks—November 3 and 17
Dates will be November 3, November 17, and December 1.
Facilitator: Diane Campbell
Join us as we explore a different kind of book club. Instead of reading the
same book and discussing it, we will share what each of us likes to read
and offer new suggestions of authors and books that have moved us.

Hillsdale College* with in-house leader Kenton Greene
Wednesday November 10, 2021 9:30 a.m.
“Everyone You Will Ever Meet Knows Something You Don’t”. Bill Kye
Let’s get together for some online courses and discussions that cultivate
the mind!
Hillsdale College* produces free online courses on important topics such as
political and moral philosophy, the history of Western Civilization, and
civil liberties, and more than 35 courses in Politics, Literature,
History, Religion, Education and Economics are available.
All are welcomed of any age or interest. Participation is encouraged, but
not mandatory. Good listeners make good friends!

Reflexology
A soothing yet revitalizing massage of the feet or hands which corresponds
to a mini map of the body. Marianne Walter, Board Certified LMT, will
revitalize you in a restorative session. 10 mins $15. 20 mins $25. 30 mins
$35. By appointment beginning the second Tuesday of the month. 1:00 –
4:00 p.m. November 9. Registration required.

Mindful Meditation
Certified at HMS in Meditation and Visualization Practices for Well-Being,
Marianne Walter LMT CYI will lead you to awareness, calm, focus and
peacefulness, through various components of the meditative process and
mindfulness exercises. Wear comfortable clothing to relax in. Six-week
session begins Tuesday, November 17th – 30th, and December 14 – 28. 9.30 –
10.30 a.m. Registration required. **Please bring your own mat and dress
comfortably.

Staying Fit with Sarah
Sarah is back! The COA has secured Sarah’s great exercise class 9:30 a.m.
every Wednesday!

Crafting/Ceramics with Brandi
Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 2:00 p.m.
Join us for Crafting/Ceramics with Brandi! This class will meet once a
month on a Wednesday and participants will be able to leave with the
project made the same day. Art and craft materials will be supplied, and
this program has been paid for the Hanover Council on Aging. This class is
free.

Collaging for Fun with Deb
Wednesday, November 17, 2021, at 2:00 p.m.
Intergenerational Special Program: Collaging for Fun and Enjoyment, gift
giving or personal use, framed, laminated or greeting card. All ages
welcome. Finished projects can be used for display or play. Two trained
consultants provide all materials ready to use. Materials include 5×7 card
stocks with choice of framing, laminating or envelopes for gift giving
together with precut pictures, no cutting needed, and glue sticks for
simplicity of all ages. Surface area will be kept clean with covering.
Program area will be swept upon completion.

We also have a very large selection of audio books up for grabs if anyone
would like to come and borrow or keep some!

All programs require preregistration. Please sign-up using
Myactivecenter.com. If you need assistance, please call 781-924-1913.

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2nd Annual Virtual Community Kids’ Halloween Costume Contest

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Woman’s Club, Juniors is proud to announce their 2nd Annual Virtual
Community Kids’ Halloween Costume Contest.

The last week of October is “Advocacy Week for Children” in the General
Federation of Women’s Clubs – which the club has been federated under since
1970. In past years, the club has held their Halloween parade as their
community service project for Child Advocacy Week, but due to continued
restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic, they will be offering the Virtual
Costume Contest once again.

The Club has 4 different categories based on age groups; they will be
looking for originality and of course, for cuteness. Each category has a
prize. Details as to how to enter are listed below and in the attachment.

HOW TO ENTER:
• Take a picture of your child in their costume and email it to
hwcj1970@yahoo.com
• Subject: Costume Contest
• Include in email:
• Name, grade and age of child and which category you are entering
• Parent’s name, best phone number for prize announcement
• Deadline to enter is midnight November 1st, deadline to vote is
November 3rd, and winners will be announced November 7th.

HOW TO VOTE:
Members from our club will be helping to pick the winners but you can also
vote for your favorites to increase their chances. Pictures will be posted
on the Club’s Facebook page at
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and on their website www.hanoverwomansclubjuniors.weebly.com .

Venmo $2.00 per vote to @HWCJ-GFWC with your favorite costume.
Proceeds will go towards the Club’s annual scholarships that are given to
high school seniors.

CATEGORIES: Originality
1. AGES 0-3 years old
2. PRE-K TO FIRST GRADE
3. 2ND, 3RD, AND 4TH GRADE
4. GROUP CATEGORY – 2 or more participants ANY AGES
• 2 WINNERS FOR THIS GROUP CATEGORY
• PERFECT FOR THE OLDER KIDS but young ones can apply

PRIZES: Gift cards donated by Toy Box, Lil Dukes, Story Book Cove and
Target.

For more information, or if you have questions, please email
hwcj1970@yahoo.com .

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Sweater/sweatshirt drive for the homeless

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Altrusa International of Plymouth County will hold its annual
SWEATER/SWEATSHIRT drive to benefit the Plymouth County Coalition for the
Homeless. They will be collecting NEW items only and all sweaters and
sweatshirts will be given to those in need in Plymouth County.

Those wishing to assist may drop off their donation on SATURDAY, OCTOBER
23rd from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the HANOVER TOWN HALL parking lot.

Last year over 225 items were given to the homeless and Altrusa thanks all
that contributed to this worthy cause. For more information. please check
out their Facebook page at
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or contact Susan Setterland at 781 871 3525 or ssetterland@gmail.com .

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More in-person and virtual programs at the Library

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

It’s so awesome to have activities back at the John Curtis Free Library!
Read on!

Tuesday, October 19th at 6:30 p.m. :
Teen Halloween Makeup Workshop
John Curtis Free Library Meeting Room

Want to get a head start on your Halloween costume? Anne Kerrigan of
Fabulous Facepainting will be at the library to get you started with
tips/tricks! And, no, this isn’t just an ‘oh, how cute, it’s a basketball
on the cheek’ type of face painting – NOPE!! So come with your ideas, and
see what she can do.

This is a Young Adult (ages 12-17) program ONLY. Please respect the age
limitations.

Please register, so we can be sure that everyone gets a chance!
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Wednesday, October 20th at 7:00 p.m. :
Car Care 101
(Virtual on Zoom)

Join the library on Zoom for car care tips from the pros! AAA Northeast’s
presentation on Car Maintenance gives basic strategies for vehicle upkeep
and checks that will be important for identifying further potential
programs before they become a problem on the road.

The presentation will cover the following topics:

· Checking tires for wear and tear, proper inflation, and air
pressure
· The importance of scheduling maintenance at with the dealership
or a mechanic
· Basic cleaning tips that help maintain the vehicle
· Gauging different car fluid levels (oil, coolant, etc.)
· Items that should go in an emergency kit

The program will be presented by John Paul AAA’s Car Doctor and
Automotive Consumer Advocate.

Register for this program at the following link:
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Saturday, October 23rd at 3:00 p.m. :
Fall Baking and Cooking with Rob Scott
(Virtual on Facebook Live)

The library will be joined by Simply Creative Chef Rob Scott for his
Virtual Fall Baking and Cooking Festival on Saturday, October 23rd at 3:00
p.m. The event will be presented via live stream on Facebook Live. Recipes
include harvest pumpkin crumb cake, autumn garden vegetable soup, and
chopped salad (w/ apples, cranberries, and apple cider dressing).

Recipes will be emailed to registered attendees ahead of the event.
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Monday, October 25th at 6:30 p.m. :
New England Legends with Jeff Belanger
John Curtis Free Library Meeting Room

Jeff Belanger will be at the library on Monday, October 25th. For over 20
years, Jeff has been exploring the unexplained. He seeks out history,
folklore, ghosts, monsters, and legends all over the world and in your
backyard. New England Legends offers a tour of haunts, monsters, aliens,
and weird history from our region. Based on Jeff’s popular weekly podcast
and his Emmy-nominated television series on PBS and Amazon Prime, the
program presents highlights from his own adventures and work. This program
includes a different set of stories every time it’s given. The bizarre is
closer than you think!

Space is limited, please register early!
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For more information about any of these programs, please contact Michael
Long at mlong@ocln.org .

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3 Children’s Halloween Activities at John Curtis Library

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

This just in – 3 Children’s Halloween Activities at John Curtis Library!

The Tooth Fairy will be making her annual pre-Halloween visit to the
library on Friday, October 22 from 11:00—11:30 a.m. She (a.k.a. dental
hygienist Claire Reilly) will teach children about brushing and flossing
their teeth through songs and stories. Everyone will leave with a
toothbrush goody bag too! The program is appropriate for all ages.

The library will also host two Halloween parties for children, as follows:

Tuesday, October 26 from 5:00—6:00 p.m. there will be a party for older
children, ages four years and up. The party will feature “slightly
spooky” games, songs, stories, and a costume parade.

The party for younger children ages one to three years will be held on
Thursday, October 28 from 11:00—11:30 a.m. This one features fun, simple
stories, songs, games, and a costume parade.

To register for these events, please go to Calendar of Events at
johncurtislibrary.com.

For more information, call 781-826-2972, extension 4, or email
lcampbell@ocln.org.

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Enjoy Halloween with Hanover Parks and Recreation!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Enjoy Halloween with Hanover Parks and Recreation!

October’s Do It Yourself Cookie Kit with Blackbird Baking Company
When: Cookie Kit pick-up is at the Council On Aging on Thursday, October
21st (or there is a delivery option for $5 to Hanover addresses)
Cost: $15
Registration: Register by October 14th (or until kits sell out)

Halloween Egg Hunt
Hanover Parks and Rec Staff will fill 25 orange and purple eggs with small
toys and hide them in your front yard!
Where: Your house
When: Staff will place the eggs in your front yard the evening of Friday,
October 29th
Cost: $15 for 25 toy-filled eggs
Registration: Space is limited, register early!

For more information and to register, please visit
www.hanover-ma.gov/parks-and-recreation/pages/programs-and-activities

Questions? Please email recreation@hanover-ma.gov or call 781-826-5000 ext.
1057 , or see the attached flyers.

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Hanover Football Huddle Club asks for support of one of our own

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

The Hanover Football Huddle Club’s (HFHC) mission is to support Hanover’s
student athletes both on the field and in life because as we all know life
can be hard, at times, and the support one receives during a crisis can
make a huge difference.

HFHC has identified an opportunity to lean forward and serve. Hanover
football player David Quinlan and his family suffered a tragic loss last
week, and the Huddle Club wants to insure the town is doing everything we
can to support not only, David, but his family, and his teammates. Coach
Landolfi has asked the Club to make resources available to help David and
his family transition through this very difficult time. HFHC is
establishing a fund to help at this time of loss. HFHC has decided to
commit $500 to help offset any financial hardships that develop.

Please keep the Quinlan Family in your thoughts and prayers, and if you
would like to help the HFHC better serve one of Hanover’s own please
contribute, and let’s use this tragic event to demonstrate to these young
men just what community means!

See details and link below.

To donate go to www.hanoverfootballhuddleclub.com . Click on the
“Donate” tab then click on “Quinlan Donation” then “Hanover High
School Varsity Football” then click on “David Quinlan”.

Alternatively, you can make a check out to Hanover Football Huddle Club c/o
Quinlan Family, and send it to:
Hanover Football Huddle Club
P.O Box 774
Hanover

For more information, please contact John F. DeMinico at
hanoverfootballhuddleclub@gmail.com .

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Tom Brady and Patriots tickets – all for the Class of 2024!

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

The Hanover High School Class of 2024 is holding a raffle for a chance to
win 2 Patriot tickets at Gillette Stadium…for the return of Tom Brady, no
less!! The game is on October 3rd at 8:20 p.m. The seats are located in
section: 130, row: 31, and are seats 21 and 22.

The money that is raised will all be donated to the Class of 2024 to help
raise funds for future events like senior year and proms! The raffle
tickets are selling for a suggested donation of $50 each. Your raffle
ticket becomes valid once you send your payment to the Class’s Venmo
account. The Venmo account is: Janet-Mann-16. If you win the raffle, the
tickets will be transferred to you virtually. A minimum of 100 tickets must
be sold for the raffle to take place, with a maximum of 200 raffle tickets
available for sale. The winner will be pulled a week from this e-blast
notice, Thursday, September 30th, so get your raffle tickets today!

The Google form to sign up is here ->
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. After filling it out, send in your Venmo payment to Janet-Mann-16 .

A huge thank you to the McCarthy family for generously donating these
tickets!! If you have questions or need more information, please contact
Bev Corbett, Class Advisor, at bcorbett@hanoverschools.org or Class
President Anthony Mann at amann24@hanoverstudents.org .

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In person (!) events at the John Curtis Library

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

This just in from the good folks at the John Curtis Library!

Monday, September 20th at 7:00 p.m.:
Ted Reinstein – Author of Before Brooklyn
John Curtis Free Library Meeting Room

Ted Reinstein will be the first adult IN-PERSON EVENT since the closure of
the Library in March of 2020. Yes, you read that right – welcome back to
programs at the Library! He will be there to talk about his new book,
Before Brooklyn: The Unsung Heroes Who Helped Break Baseball’s Color
Barrier. The book is slated to be released in November, but you can
pre-order at this event and have your copy signed when it’s available! So,
please – join the JCL in welcoming Ted back to Hanover!

Register online at
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Contact: Hanover Library halib@ocln.org

Tuesday, September 21st at 6:30 p.m.:
Teen Zone Ribbon Cutting
John Curtis Free Library Teen Zone

Welcome to the new Teen Zone! This room – reserved for 13-17 year old
patrons – will give teens the much needed space to unwind after school or
on the weekend. Stop in and play a game, write some poetry, share some
drawings.
They’re planning a fun-filled calendar of events for this age group, as
well, so keep your eye out for a fencing demo, face painting tips (just in
time for Halloween!), and more! Got ideas – for games, books, or programs?
Let the JCL know!
Best of all – after the ribbon cutting they’ll have PIZZA in the large
meeting room! So come join the good folks at the JCL!

Register online at
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Contact: Virginia Johnson vjohnson@ocln.org

Wednesday, September 29th at 7:00 p.m.:
Extreme Weather Preparedness
John Curtis Free Library Meeting Room

Join the Library and the Hanover Emergency Management Team for a discussion
on preparing for extreme weather that impacts Massachusetts, including
hurricanes and winter storms.

Contact: Virginia Johnson vjohnson@ocln.org

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Food Pantry ribbon cutting event at Sylvester School

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Please join the Hanover Food Pantry on Saturday, September 18th from 11:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for a ribbon cutting event to celebrate its new home at
Sylvester School (located at 495 Hanover Street)! There will be brief
opening remarks, the ceremonial ribbon cutting and doors will be open to
the public.

Donations to “stock the pantry” will be gratefully accepted and a list of
most needed items is attached. There will be information for those
interested in volunteering and A Simple Gesture – Hanover will be accepting
new memberships and providing Cool Green Bags for its upcoming collection.

Grab a delicious lunch at Mom on the Go food truck or Flashback Franks food
truck from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and Bert’s Ice Cream will be there
from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. for a yummy treat.

Parking will be available behind Sylvester School and at the Town Hall.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about how the pantry serves the
community. Questions about the event? Contact Hanover Food Pantry
Vice-President, Libby Corbo at (781) 336-6275 or email:
hanoverfoodpantry@gmail.com.

The Hanover Food Pantry wishes to express its gratitude to the Hanover
Baptist Church congregation for providing a welcoming home to the Pantry
for the past 30 years. ??

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B


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