Dear fellow Hanoverians:
The Hanover Unity Council is proud to announce their upcoming events for
FOOD DRIVE to benefit the Hanover Food Pantry. School vacation week is
coming and kids don’t have access to school meals. Let’s help stock up the
food pantry for every resident. Highest needed items are: cookies, pudding
cups, fruit cups, juice boxes, pancake mix, baking mixes, peanut butter,
jelly, laundry detergent, paper towels, Dinty Moore beef stew, and pasta
sauce. Any nonperishable goods will be accepted, including gift cards.
Drop off your donations on February 13, Saturday, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00
p.m. at Riley Hall (17 Silver Street) in the center of town. This will be a
drop off event in the parking lot. Please wear a mask and maintain social
distancing. The Hanover Unity Council will have bins to put items in and
all items will later be delivered to the food pantry. If you can’t make it,
contact the Council at firstname.lastname@example.org and they can schedule
a pick up that day. Also, please make sure all food has not expired.
STUDENT LOGO ART CONTEST: The Council is looking for any student from
Hanover to design a logo for the Hanover Unity Council. The logo should be
designed around their mission statement. Please see the attachment, the
or their FB page at
for more info. Designs should be submitted to:
email@example.com by 2/20. Winner will receive a $50 Michaels
gift card and the logo will be made into stickers and used for other social
media and events.
BOOK CLUB: This month’s book is “The New Kid” by Jerry Craft. This is a
graphic novel and appropriate for Middle School and High School age groups.
A group discussion will be led by Kathy Tan and Meredith O’Hayre-McCarthy.
Discussion will be held via Zoom on 2/21 at 3:00 p.m. To receive the Zoom
link, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are interested in helping the Hanover Unity Council, there are many
great opportunities to be involved. No time commitment is too small. Bring
them your talents and ideas. For more information, please reach out to the
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