There came a time in March when there was no news from Hanover. As if we were stuck in time the ice has yet to leave the river and pond. The snow lines along roads and driveways forever shrink slowly back into lawns and fields. There is not even a political
Late birthday greetings go to Craig Turner and Brian Worcester. They both celebrated March 24. Craig was with his daughter Jen in Lewiston. Brian enjoyed his three daughters and Sara at home. Kaylynn, Shawnee and Makala had a whooping good time.
Dooms Day is upon us. The annual Assessor’s Meeting was known as Dooms Day because property owners were barred from recourse if they do not list their property by April 1 each year. The Assessor’s Meeting this year will be March 30, at the Town Office between 10 and 11 a.m.
Area towns are working to redefine their school districts. In early days Hanover had several schools scattered around town and in time they were consolidated to one school, a one-room elementary school. Eventually it was decided that the teacher did not have enough supervision and Hanover became part of School Union 25 consisting of Rumford and Hanover. When Rumford joined SAD 43 Hanover became a tuition town. Presently Hanover is part of RSU 10, and although some area districts towns are planning changes, Hanover seems content as it is.
Donna and Clem traveled to Brewer for a Knights of Pythias meeting last Sunday. It was a good meeting but we found ourselves lost in Bangor. After stumbling around the city we straightened ourselves out and got to Brewer before the meeting started. Others from this part of the state attending were Freeman Farrington of East Andover, Clyde Barker of Strong and Mike Barker from New Sharon.