Thursday, January 24 Published weekly since August 2017
Pickleball was named after either a boat or a dog, and has nothing to do with pickles, but has been around for 50 years and has become quite popular in Manchester, with Bennet boppin' every Thursday from 5:45-7:45 p.m. You can learn more here. Like this newsletter? Click here to subscribe.
The BoD is assembling a Municipal Sustainability Task Force of citizens to analyze and make recommendations to initiate or improve town policies. Interested? Read more here.
Click here to learn about upcoming 'Peace at Home' parenting workshops.
The 'Humans' gallery is on Facebook and Instagram. And remember -- with Washington due to close, we're using this newsletter to seek mementos, memories and more from community members for a tribute to be published in June. If you've anything to share please do so via email@example.com.
Manchester Jersey Mike’s franchise owner Ken Schanke had a donation for Manchester High (see who's who here) while at Washington Elementary, that's a fish at school (not to be confused with a school of fish).
Scoutmaster Mark Milewski -- of Center Congregational Church-based Troop 25 -- displayed his neckerchief at the summit of Mt. Vinson Massif, Antarctica’s highest mountain, on January 4, 2019. Mark climbed Mt. Everest in 2016.
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