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  • Dover400 unveils second ornament design

    DOVER – Dover400, a committee of residents organizing Dover’s 400th Anniversary, has unveiled its second design of a five-piece collectors set of ornaments in celebration of Dover’s 400th birthday. Produced by Hampshire Pewter, this souvenir features Dover’s Garrison Hill Tower, built in 1913.
    Annually leading up to 2023, a new design will be released featuring a distinguished piece of Dover history and culture. Ornaments can be purchased in person for $20 at Dover City Clerk’s Office or the Dover Library. Or you can arrange for a contact-free purchase via Dover400’s new online portal, expected to be launched soon.
    Dover400 is currently underway with its first fundraising campaign, 400 for $400 an effort to solicit 400 donors at $400 to celebrate Dover’s 400th Anniversary, all proceeds will support the activities planned throughout 2023.For more information about the collection, or to become a sponsor, volunteer or donate, please visit www.Dover400.org.
                                                         
    About                                                   
    Established in 1623, Dover was the first permanent settlement in New Hampshire.  Dover400 is a group of appointed volunteers gathered to plan and organize the City’s 400th birthday celebration which will include historical reenactments, fireworks and parades, school involvement, souvenirs and more.  Dover400 is comprised of fourteen enthusiastic citizens from diverse backgrounds who are all committed to one purpose: ensuring a Dover is recognized and celebrated for this momentous event. Members include: Kevin McEneaney, Chair; Sam Allen, Vice-Chair; Nicole Desjarlais-Paulick, Secretary; Kathleen Morrison, Treasurer; Deborah Ballok; Cathy Beaudoin; Bob Carrier; Angela Carter; Guy Eaton; J. Andrew Galt; Zachary Koehler; Tom Massingham; Karen Weston and Elizabeth Worboys Burr.