During the year, the Hanover Lions Club conducts multiple service projects. We collect used eyeglasses year round and send them for processing to the Lions distribution site in Virginia. We conduct food drives four times per year, and help with projects as they come up.
March: cook for the Cub Scouts’ Blue and Gold Dinner
May/June: Hanover Lions Service Awards given to two outstanding Hanover High School seniors who have demonstrated a commitment to improving the community
June: All-Star Lacrosse Game between the Vermont and New Hampshire male and female high-school seniors
July: the Prouty grill tent
August: barbecue for senior citizens
Major Community Projects
•Wilson’s Landing (Hanover’s boat launch off of Route 10)
•Bob Sparks Field at Sachem Village
•Grasse Road Field near the town’s water facility
•the Costello Memorial Field in Etna
•the Thompson Terrace (now Hank Tenney) fields
•Lions Club shelter at Storrs Pond (Dimick Pavilion)
•original bathhouse at Storrs Pond (completed in 1942)
•sound system in the Hanover Community Center
Right now we have a running food collection for families at the Hanover Street School in Lebanon. If you’d like to donate, please donate non-perishables and toiletries to the outside bins at 15 Buck Road in Hanover, NH.