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Beginning in October, expect to see plenty of positive messages popping up around town. The Manchester Women’s Club, in partnership with the Town of Manchester’s Recreation Division, is launching The Positivity Project.
The past year and a half has seen drastic changes to the issue of school lunch debt in Manchester, the state, and the country as a whole.
Due to rising cases of COVID-19, the Town of Manchester currently has a mask mandate in place.
As summer turns into fall, the Department of Leisure, Family, and Recreation has many exciting programs and events planned for the Manchester community.
The summer park season will be extended at Charter Oak Park with four more exciting events in September for you to enjoy.
Despite the Biden administration’s inability to reach its goal of having 70 percent of Americans vaccinated by July 4th, the widespread roll out of vaccines has allowed people in Manchester and around the country to begin the journey back to a pre-pandemic sense of normalcy.
From hiking up Case Mountain to fishing in Center Springs Pond, from playing basketball at Charter Oak Park to winning the town’s softball league at Carl Silver Field—Better Manchester would like to publish your stories of good times spent in Manchester’s many public parks, community centers and recreation programs.
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