Rest of the Town Report: Immaculate Conception Church

Immaculate Conception in Potter Place is a small church with a full house each Sunday. Our only mass is at 8:30 AM, and everyone who attends becomes special, and we are all connected. Events during the year include the upcoming Spaghetti Supper (now 33 years old), our Spring and Fall Rummage Sales, and our annual […]

Rest of the Town Report: East Andover Village Preschool

East Andover Village Preschool continues to grow and learn on Chase Hill Road as part of the Andover Congregational Church property. Our continuing teachers are Elizabeth Janvrin, Alicia Colby, and Carmen Bates, and we have welcomed Lois Magenau to our teaching team. We have morning and full-day preschool programs for children ages three years to […]

Rest of the Town Report: Andover Congregational Church

Andover Congregational is a community church for people of all kinds to seek and serve God in worship, ministries, obedience, and fellowship. Grounded in the truth of God’s Word, we teach and live the message and insights of the historic, Christian faith, while allowing for differences among believers. We gather on Sunday morning for worship […]

Rest of the Town Report: Andover Service Club

The Andover Service Club (ASC) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The mission of ASC is to be of service to the people of the community and state and to broaden and strengthen the social and intellectual life of members. Any woman who is interested in service may become a member of the club. Annual […]

Rest of the Town Report: AASP & AFAP

Andover After School Program (AASP) and Andover Five Alive Program (AFAP) provide a safe, friendly environment for elementary school children with an emphasis on friendship and fun! AASP was established in 1994 and was later joined by AFAP, both New Hampshire state licensed programs. They are separate non-profit 501(c)3 organizations run simultaneously in the AE/MS […]

Rest of the Town Report: New Hampshire Circle of Home and Family

NHCHF met regularly in 2012. At our luncheons, we socialize and make new friends while enjoying delicious sandwiches and desserts. Our mission is “enriching the lives of home and family through knowledge, skills, and leadership.” During the year: We explored the history of soup – with samples. The Magical Three taught us to make cleaning […]

Proctor Seeks Opportunities for Volunteer Work in Community

On Friday, February 22, Proctor’s Community Program would like to hear from Andover organizations and other members of the local community about how Proctor students can help in the community. Proctor’s Community Program is enthusiastic about connecting with the community. We’d love your help in building a responsive and valuable community outreach database. Join us […]

Rest of the Town Report: Proctor Liason Committee

Founded in 1848, Proctor Academy is a college-preparatory school for 360 students in grades nine through twelve. The school enrolls 270 boarding and 90 day students. Proctor is known for academic support services, innovative experiential programs, and a commitment to environmental sustainability. Proctor strives to maintain a positive leadership role within the local community. A […]

Rest of the Town Report: Friends of the Northern Rail Trail

We improve, maintain, and promote the Northern Rail Trail as a four-season multi-use trail through Merrimack County. About 10 miles of the Trail go through our Town connecting West Andover, Potter Place, Andover Center, and East Andover. Activities supporting the Trail were significant and varied. Last spring, R.P. Johnson and Son repaired the information kiosk […]

Andover Lions Club Calendar Raffle Winners

By Joyce Egge, Andover Lions Club

January 2013 Date         Ticket          Amount                       Winner 1                 234               $350                Doug Leber, Los Angeles, CA […]