The rain fell everywhere. Rain fell on lawns making for a very lush crop of grass. Some folks couldn’t stand it and mowed lawns in the rain. Rain also fell on roofs and into roofs, some of which had not leaked before. Dirt roads were beginning to dry out, but the rain turned them to mud again. The rainstorm cooled off and wet down the Memorial Holiday weekend.
Clarke L. Reiner is receiving congratulations for graduating from the University of Vermont. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communications. Clarke Lamson Reiner is the son of Lucille Lamson Reiner and Dr. Robert Reiner, seasonally of Howard Pond Road. This summer, Clarke plans on volunteering with Bethel Rescue and he has been accepted at Champlain College of Graduate Studies for a Master of Science in Health Care Administration.
Something new is about to begin. Soon, newspapers will be available to purchase in the parking area between Gardner Roberts Memorial Library and the Hanover Town Office. The Sun Journal, The Bethel Citizen and Rumford Falls Times will be dispensed. This will be a service of the Sun Journal.
While Bob Brown remains a patient at Rumford Hospital, special guardians are caring for Sam IV.
The Hanover Select Board met May 22. The Board officially accepted the resignation of Dan Force as the RSU 10 director from Hanover. They expressed the Town’s appreciation for his service. The Board listened to the plans of Eagle Scout nominee Keith Harrington to do an upgrade of town property.
During June, the Select Board plans to walk the South Shore Road with land owners, residents, contractors, and engineers to learn more about winter maintenance on that road. The group will be looking at ditches, culverts, trees, and road width, plus the road surface.
Remember to check yourself often for ticks and tick bites which can cause long lasting effects to adults and especially to children.