The Service Club of Andover Day of Giving is the Friday the 14th

Chuck Wolf our SVP, Internal Audit Director is Treasurer of the Service Club of Andover.  He and the team have been preparing for the annual Andover Day of Giving breakfast that will be held this Friday December 14th at the Andover Country Club.

If you are interested in attending please email Chuck directly chuck.wolf@ebtc.com.

Event: Annual Day of Giving Meeting

Date: Friday, December 14th

Venue: Andover Country Club

Agenda: Breakfast 7-7:30am

Annual Giving program:  7:30-8:30am

This is that time of year where we recognize those that we give to all year, as well as hearing from them as to what they are doing with our donations.

Some of those organizations present that day will be:

Creative Living

The Professional Center for Child Development

Merrimack Vally YMCA

High Plain Elementary Special Needs program

West Elementary Special Needs

Andover Little League

The Treble Chorus -My Own Voice Choir for Special needs

ABC Program

In Control Driving

AHS Mentoring Program

Andover Coalition for Education (ACE)

 

We hope that you can attend to show great support from the club to these organizations.

We wish you also a happy and healthy holiday season,

and that the New Year we hope to make more of a difference in the lives of others.

 

Thank you,

Enzo Fossella

President

 

 

About the Andover Service Club

Local people dedicated to enhancing the future of our community.

The Service Club of Andover is a volunteer organization made up of people like you, people who live or work in Andover and who want to give something back.Our members contribute their time and energy to ensure that two special groups of people achieve their full potential, thereby building a brighter future for themselves and a brighter future for our community. Our MissionWe make a difference in our community by enriching the lives of our youth and individuals with special needs.While we sponsor a variety of activities aligned with our mission, The Service Club’s principle programs are the High School Mentoring Program, and the Adult Special Needs Program. Both of these programs seek to help individuals achieve their full potential and fulfill needs that would otherwise go unmet. 

 

 

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