HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Lions Club will hold its electronic and appliance recycling fundraiser June 2.
The event is from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the junction of Routes 111 and 121. Proceeds will go toward the club's support of charitable efforts in the community.
For a small fee, almost any appliance or electronic item can be recycled.
Fees are: computers/full systems, $25; monitors, $10; printers, $5; telephones, $1; fax machines, $5; small appliances, $5; washers, dryers, stoves and air conditioners, $15; refrigerators, water heaters, freezers, $20; small televisions, $15; large TVs, $20.
For more information contact Sam Longbook at 329-5603.
Andover Senior Center has June events
ANDOVER — The following are events in June offered by the Andover Senior Center. Pre-registration required for all events. Open to entire community, pending space. Call for information: 978-623-8321. Or visit www.andoverseniorcenter.org for our complete listings.
Sunrise Singers: June 8 at 2 p.m. $5. Sunrise Singers at West Parish Garden Cemetery chapel, 30 Whittier Court. Jim Batchelder will talk about the gardens surrounding the historically significant Chapel. Limited transportation from the senior center available.
K-9 Demonstration: K-9 Demonstration from Essex Co. Sheriff's Department: June 8 from 10 to 11 a.m. Essex County Sheriff's Department K-9 trainers and handlers will provide a demonstration for the public.
The Treasures of the Addison Gallery: Treasures of the Addison Gallery: June 14, 21 and 28 at 1:30 p.m. $6. Join Brian T. Allen, Director, as he takes us on a guided tour of the galleries with focus on John Singer Sargent and the narrative themes of the permanent collection as seen through the curatorial practice.
Diabetes Management Introductory forum: June 15 at 10 a.m. Free. Introduction about tools of diabetes management. Six week in-depth course begins July 12. Sponsored by Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley.
Join discussion of the 'Grand Campaign'
SALEM, N.H. — The American College of History and Legal Studies and the Massachusetts School of Law will host a free seminar, "McClellan Takes Richmond! Really?" on June 16 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the seminar at will take place at the Massachusetts School of Law at 500 Federal St., in Andover, Mass.
The free seminar will be led by professor Michael B. Chesson, founding professor and dean at the American College of History and Legal Studies. Chesson is the author of four books about the Civil War, and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in history.
This event, featuring a roundtable discussion, marks the 150th anniversary of "The Grand Campaign," Gen. George McClellan's mammoth offensive to capture Richmond in the spring of 1862.
A quarter-million men took part, more than in any other Civil War operation. One-quarter were dead, wounded or missing when it ended.
To RSVP for the free seminar by June 13, or for further information, contact Maureen Mooney at 458-5145, Ext. 11 or email email@example.com. Guests can also reserve a seat online at achls.org. Seating is limited.
NECC grad receives award
HAVERHILL — Northern Essex Community College graduate Chantal McGovern of Haverhill recently received the NECC Alumni Award for Outstanding Achievement from the NECC Alumni Association. The award is given to a graduating student who has distinguished her or himself through academic achievement and involvement in either campus activities or community service. McGovern was recognized for her leadership on campus. She is one of the longest serving staff members at the NECC Observer, the college's award-winning student newspaper. Most recently she served as executive editor and circulation manager. In addition to her responsibilities at the NECC Observer, she also works at the NECC library. McGovern graduated with high honors with associate degrees in liberal arts with psychology, writing, and middle/high school teaching options. In September, she will attend UMass Lowell to continue studying psychology. She plans to pursue a career as a child psychologist.
More information is available from Lindsey Mayo, director of alumni relations, at 978-556-3621 or firstname.lastname@example.org.