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  • Dover400 seeking volunteers to plan for 400th anniversary

    DOVER – The Dover400 Community Relations Committee is seeking the community’s help and engagement to plan for the City of Dover’s 400th anniversary in 2023.
    Dover400, a non-profit corporation registered with the NH Secretary of State’s Office, is planning for celebrations that span from 2021-2023 and wants your help. These celebrations will highlight the history of Dover, from the Abenaki to the present day, the city’s diverse cultures, and the Dover’s newest and youngest generation that will carry on the tradition.
    “There is a place for everyone,” said Mayor Robert Carrier, who serves on the committee. “Dover400 needs your help to represent all that Dover is now, our heritage, and our future.”
    Every religious group, community organization, cultural group, civic organization, business, and school are welcome to join Dover400. Does your organization want to design a parade float?  Offer space for an event?  Plan your own celebration as part of Dover400? Sponsor? Volunteer? Dover400 needs everyone.
    Those interested in participating can contact the Dover400 committee online at https://bit.ly/32EOG3T or by emailing committee member Elizabeth Worboys Burr at e.burr@dover.nh.gov. When contacting the committee, let Dover400 know how you and your group will be a part of the celebration. Please include:

    • Organization
    • Contact name
    • Address
    • Phone number
    • Email
    Also include how you want to be a part of Dover400. Options include:
    • Volunteering
    • Hosting an event
    • Creating an event
    • Creating a parade float
    • Sponsorships
    • Or describe how you want to be involved
    For more information, contact Dover400 Chair Kevin McEneaney at k.mceneaney@dover.nh.gov.