Hope news

By Francina Pearse | Mar 06, 2014

Senior Luncheon - at the Church

Hope Community Bible Church will host a Senior Soup and Chowder Luncheon on March 4  - any who wishes to attend should please call 763-4567.

Hope Residents in Need

If anyone knows of any Hope resident(s) in need of financial support this winter due to hardship please contact John Duke (Hope Town Manager) at 763-4199 or Principal Danielle Fagonde at 785-4081.

Senior Community Luncheon

The lunch will be at Hope Elementary School on March 6 at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $4. Call 785-4081 to make reservations.

Five Town Communities That Care

Looking for an opportunity to help promote healthy youth in our community? FiveTown CTC has many volunteer opportunities available. Commitments can be as little as one hour a month, and we can match your skills/interests to the volunteer activity. For more information please contact Mariah Smith at 236-9800.

Ladies Club

The Ladies Club next meeting will be March 11 at 10 a.m. at Hope Corner Fire Station. Please bring a sandwich for lunch - Barbara Ludwig and Anne Leadbetter will be providing dessert. The program will be show and tell.

Sweet Tree Arts: Spring Session

Sweet Tree Arts spring session starts on March 4. Multi Age Film making, Multi Age Community Arts Mural project, Art and Science 5- to 8-year-olds and Independent study for those 12 years old and older are offered after school. Programming goes from 3.30 to 5 p.m. and runs for six weeks. Early drop off and busing from Hope School are available. Other monthly offerings, adult classes and special events can be found at sweettreearts.org.

Kids Clay at Hope Spinnery (1st floor)

Avery Larned is offering a five-week introduction to ceramics for children ages 5 through 11. For more information call 236-4798 or to register online go to hopeclay.com.

Kinetic Energy Alive Power Performance

Kinetic Energy Alive is coming to Strom Auditorium in Camden April 4 and 5. Starting with fun videos about old school hip-hop and great dances by kids, moving into gritty dances by adults addressing real life issues like our economy and making a living for our families, the first act is a ton of fun and definitely opens your mind. Several Hope students in the show! Tickets are available in the school office for $15.

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