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DS students salute multiculturalism

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter If there are two things kids aren’t well known for, it’s a willingness to try new foods and cultural sensitivity. So, when the Chickering School PTO held their International Cultural Night on Friday, November 15, during which various parents, au pairs and family friends bought pieces of their...
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Chickering School students make a difference

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Correspondent If you were to ask an elementary school student what his or her favorite subject is, you shouldn’t be surprised if the student cleverly responds with “recess.” While spending time playing outdoors is certainly the highlight of many students’ days at school, for others, recess can be an...
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Dover PTO announces Mardi Gras auction

Chickering School is set to be transformed into a Mardi Gras Carnival. The Dover PTO has announced its biennial live and silent auction to be held on Saturday, March 24, at the Chickering School.  The evening kicks off at 6 p.m. with the announcement of classroom raffle winners and highly-anticipated $25 mystery item trays. Guests will...
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Dover PTO announces Mardi Gras auction

Chickering School is set to be transformed into a Mardi Gras Carnival. The Dover PTO has announced its biennial live and silent auction to be held on Saturday, March 24, at the Chickering School.  The evening kicks off at 6 p.m. with the announcement of classroom raffle winners and highly-anticipated $25 mystery item trays. Guests will...
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Dash delights Dover

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By Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff On Saturday morning, Kevin Bernier stands in front of the American Legion building in Dover. At his feet, his two sons, Tyler and Alex, restlessly mill about. They, like their father, are wearing race bibs. "We're here to run," announces the eldest Bernier. This is the second annual Dover Dash,...
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Those were the Dover Days

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By Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff The man sits, still dripping wet, behind the cage surrounding his tank. He taunts his tormentors. "Harder!" he says. "I'm going to get you!" A young girl walks up, yellow ball in hand. She takes aim and fires, missing her target high. A volunteer hands her another ball, and she...
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Travis Roy Shares His Story in Dover

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff Not many people can tell you where they were and what they did on a specific day 20 years ago, but for Travis Roy, October 20, 1995 is a day that will forever be etched in his mind, not because it was the day he suffered a debilitating injury,...
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Travis Roy to Speak at Dover school

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff It has been 20 years since Travis Roy excitedly jumped onto the ice for his first shift as a freshman for the Boston University hockey team. Many remember hearing about how, just 11 seconds into his collegiate career, Roy slid head first into the boards, cracking two vertebra and leaving...
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