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2022 HANCOCK ART WALK – MAY 6TH – JUNE 1ST

Hancock Area Chamber of Commerce, Hancock Partners, and the Hancock Hounds Dog Park(HHDP) are pleased to announce the 1st Annual Hancock Art Walk sponsored by the Hancock Hounds Dog Park, which launches on May 6th 2022 during Mother’s Day Weekend Celebrations. The Google Map above shows the official walking path, and this can be downloaded or sent to others by clicking the map above. The walk takes approximately 30minutes each directions assuming time to stop and read each artist’s bio and information. Official Press Release linked here.

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Volunteers Needed for Upper Delaware Litter Sweep

Volunteers and sponsors are needed for the 2nd Annual Upper Delaware Litter Sweep that will take place in every Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River corridor community starting on Earth Day, April 22, and running through April 30. Participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt; supplies to use including safety equipment, bags, and pickers; and disposal information for their collected trash.

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Hancock Partners Names Director of Regional and Economic Development

THE HANCOCK HERALD – Jan 11, 2022 | Homepage FeaturedLocal News

The Hancock Partners have announced new appointments for 2022. Pictured above, from left to right, are Hancock Partner members: Jeff Skelding, Chris Gross, Partners President, Mike Argiros, Chris DuBois, and newly appointed Director of Regional and Economic Development Richard Lowe.

Hancock Partners, Inc. announced that Richard H. Lowe, III will fill the position of Director of Regional and Economic Development replacing Valarie Senese who has held the position for the past two years. Senese is taking the position of Executive Director at the Rail Trail Council of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Lowe, a full-time Hancock resident since fall 2020, has experience working to renew American based businesses and heritage brands through private equity partnerships and immersive marketing. Most recently Lowe worked to raise over $6k with local residents to establish and build “Phase 1” of the Hancock Hounds Dog Park. Lowe says he isn’t afraid to roll up his sleeves and get his hands dirty and often volunteers his time with local leaders and civic organizations such as the Delaware Valley Garden Club, Rotary Club, and Hancock Community Education Foundation.

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Municipal Elections Results

Local elections vary widely across jurisdictions. In electoral system that roughly follow the Westminster model, a terminology has evolved with roles such as Mayor or Warden to describe the executive of a city, town or region, although the actual means of elections vary.

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