5 Things To Start the Day, June 18
Your daily guide to the events and happenings in Danvers.
Welcome to 5 Things, your daily resource for community events and happenings in Danvers. Here are five things to start the day, June 18.
1. Today the community is invited to attend the dedication of the Cornelius F. Dunn Administrative Suite at Holten-Richmond Middle School at 9 a.m. Mr. Dunn came to Danvers on Jan. 2, 1918 and retired on June 30, 1958 after forty years in the school system. He taught a variety of subjects (general science, history and economics) and become an Assistant Principal in 1921 and Principal of Holten High School in 1928. Mr. Dunn coined the bold statement, which insisted that high school students be “Ladies and Gentlemen Always”.
2. Holocaust program at Senior Center: Tonight from 5:30 -7:00 PM join the Senior Center for a riveting program on Holocaust survivor Sidonia Nathansohn. Samantha Sanders is a Holocaust Legacy Partner through the Holocaust Center Boston North located in Peabody. She will share the story of Sidonia Natansohn, a Holocaust survivor who survived the Auschwitz death camp. There is no charge for this program, but you must register by calling 978 762-0208 to reserve your seat.
4. Today we're unveiling our new Best of Danvers Readers' Choice competition. Now through July 9, nominate your favorite Danvers businesses to win the Danvers Patch's Readers' Choice title. Voting will begin later in July. Check out the categories here.
5. Did you know Scott Brown was in Danvers this weekend? The U.S. Senator tweeted "Gail, Ayla and I had a great time at the strawberry festival at Connors Farm in Danvers today." Check out the photo here.
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