METHUEN — The Greater Lawrence Kiwanis Bicycle Safety Rodeo which will be held tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Target Parking Lot on Pleasant Valley Street.
The event will feature a bicycle safety course, a live DJ, K-9 demonstrations and several bicycle giveaways. In the event of rain it will be held the following Saturday June 21.
The event is sponsored by AAA, The Greater Lawrence Kiwani’s Club, Target, The Methuen Police Department, The Lawrence General Hospital and Methuen Firefighter’s Union Local 1691. Any questions can be answered by calling AAA at 978-946-0334.
Town Meeting and election poll workers sought
ANDOVER — The Town of Andover is seeking residents to serve as poll workers at elections and Town Meetings for the upcoming election cycle.
Anyone interested may apply online on the town website at www.andoverma.gov. Under the Main Menu, choose “Employment” and then “Ongoing Pollworker.” Or contact Town Clerk Larry Murphy by e-mail at email@example.com or by telephone at 978-623-8259 to learn more.
People for Peace marks 30th anniversary
Current and former members as well as friends of The Merrimack Valley People for Peace will gather for a pot luck supper to celebrate the organization’s 30th anniversary on Friday, June 20, at 6:30 p.m. at North Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in the old center of North Andover.
The nonprofit organization was originally known as the North Andover People for Peace and changed its name to include new members who came from various locations in the Merrimack Valley.
The organization works for a sustainable future for all life on the planet and members commit themselves to the interrelated activities of education for peace and justice, the prevention of war, an end to arms sales, the abolition of nuclear weapons and protection of the environment.
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