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    4-15-17 HTES Emergency Training Drill

    Hanover Township Emergency Services held its full scale exercise on Saturday, April 15 at the Spaulding Road rail yard in unincorporated Cook County. A train was simulated to have hit a vehicle and school bus with agencies responding to treat victims and assess the scene. Thank you to the 18 agencies and organizations for coordinating and participating.

    Contains 18 Photo(s)

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    5/23/17 Mobile Food Pantry

    On May 23, Hanover Township and the Streamwood Kiwanis Club sponsored a Mobile Food Pantry at the Township's William Tiknis Campus in Bartlett. Over 100 residents braved the weather to receive food from the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Thank you to our sponsor and our volunteers!

    Contains 6 Photo(s)

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    5th Annual Job Fair

    On Wednesday, March 30, Hanover Township and State Representative Fred Crespo held their 5th Annual Job Fair at the Hanover Township Senior Center in Bartlett. Hundreds of residents attended and submitted resumes to over 65 area vendors.

    Contains 14 Photo(s)

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    6-15-16 HTES Chainsaw Safety Training

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    6-8-16 HTES Scene Lighting Training

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    6th Annual Job Fair

    Hanover Township and State Representative Fred Crespo hosted their 6th Annual Job Fair earlier today at the Township Senior Center. Hundreds of residents attended and over 77 companies were onsite collecting resumes and conducting onsite interviews.

    Contains 16 Photo(s)

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    7/21/16 Senior Summer Party

    Contains 6 Photo(s)

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    8.02.16 Board Meeting

    The Hanover Township officials met on Tuesday, August 2 at the Township's Izaak Walton Center & Reserve to induct a resident into the Township's Veterans' Honor Roll, approve a mutual aid agreement for the Township's Emergency Services Unit and receive an update on the Mental Health Housing Task Force.

    Contains 6 Photo(s)

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    9/20/16 Mobile Food Pantry

    Hanover Township hosted a Northern Illinois Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry on Tuesday, September 20 with Immanuel United Church of Christ of Streamwood. Over 130 Township families received food as a result of the generous support!

    Contains 5 Photo(s)

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    A Matter of Time - Senior Services Original Production

    On Friday, May 20, Hanover Township Senior Services put on their first ever, original production titled "A Matter of Time". Over 60 residents attended and enjoyed the production. All marionettes were hand-crafted by Township Senior Center artists.

    Contains 8 Photo(s)

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    Astor Avenue Christmas Party 2016

    Hanover Township youth celebrated Christmas early on December 15 with crafts, snacks, and a visit from Santa Claus at the Astor Avenue Community Center in Hanover Park!

    Contains 9 Photo(s)

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    Autumn Nature Walk 11-1-16

    November 1st boasted temperatures of 75 degrees and sunny! The Hanover Township Office of Community Health hosted an Autumn Nature Walk at the Izaak Walton Center & Reserve in Elgin. 19 Township residents enjoyed today's weather with fresh air and exercise!

    Contains 10 Photo(s)

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    Auxiliary Staff Appreciation Dinner 2017

    January 17, 2017 the Township hosted its annual Auxiliary Staff Appreciation Dinner for over 50 members of the Welfare Services Auxiliary Staff. Volunteers were recognized for their years of service with a dinner served by staff and Supervisor Brian P. McGuire!

    Contains 12 Photo(s)

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    Cook County Board President Preckwinkle Community Roundtable

    Hanover Township hosted Cook County Commissioner Tim Schneider's 15th District Community Roundtable Event with Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle today at the Hanover Township Senior Center. Over 30 municipal and business leaders from the 15th district attended the event. The attendees had many great discussions on economic development, building and zoning issues, health services and forest preserves.

    Contains 16 Photo(s)

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    December Holiday Meal Box Distribution 2015

    Hanover Township Officials, staff and volunteers distributed meal boxes to over 400 Township families at the William Tiknis Campus in Bartlett. The meal box distribution was sponsored by Hanover Township, the Bartlett Rotary Club, Bartlett VFW Post 111018, Bartlett Lions Club, St. John the Evangelist of Streamwood and Knights of Columbus Mary's Millennium #12801.

    Contains 9 Photo(s)

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    February 24, 2015 Meeting

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    Food for Fines – Hanover Park Police Department Food Pantry Donation

    On January 26, Hanover Park Police officers and staff dropped off over 1,600 items collected from their December “Food for Fines” campaign to the Hanover Township Food Pantry. Township Supervisor Brian P. McGuire and pantry volunteers assisted the officers in unloading the items. Thank you to the Hanover Park Police Department for their tremendous support of the Township Food Pantry!

    Contains 6 Photo(s)

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    Food Pantry Artwork Reception

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    Hanover Township "Got Art?" Art Show 2016

    The Hanover Township Senior Services Annual "Got Art?" Show celebrated it's 10th year at the Hanover Township Senior Center. Art created by residents and staff was on display throughout the month of August.

    Contains 16 Photo(s)

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    Hanover Township Jungle Flurry 2017

    Jungle Flurry 2017 was a total success! 45 fifth graders from Laurel Hill Elementary School, as well as their teachers and principal, participated in Hanover Township Youth and Family Services’ very first Operation Snowball, Inc.event. Our teen leaders rocked it out by empowering youth and challenging them to do things they have never done before. From cheers, to small groups, to team-building activities, the smiles on these students never stopped.

    Contains 32 Photo(s)

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