Sunday, February 26, 2017

Scholarship Opportunity

The Hancock Woman’s Club is offering scholarships for adult women in mid-career; an adult woman
who plans to either begin, change or return to a career after years of family rearing or other
responsibilities and must be a current resident residing in the ConVal School District for at least 2 years.
Applicant must provide official confirmation of acceptance or enrollment in an educational program
such as, a college, university, technical or other training school or professional organization.
An essay of no more than 2 pages is required along with the application.  Please direct questions to
Joyce Perry at 525-3304, or request an application by writing to the Hancock Woman’s Club,
PO Box 366, Hancock, NH 03449.  Application must be received no later than March 31, 2017. Notification of Scholarship Committee’s choice will be in early May.  The scholarship award will be sent directly to the academic institution. 

Let's Dance!

Ladies & Gentlemen!
Do you want to learn to line dance?
Do you know someone who may want to learn?
Please share this information with your family and friends.
This is great exercise, helps keep your memory sharp, builds coordination and you make new friends!
Stop by anytime and check out a class!

Monday Nights in Greenfield

7pm at the Meeting House
Instructor: Linda Gray

for questions about the Monday night class, call Linda at: 801-8002
$40 per 6 week session. $8 to drop in to a class.
Make checks payable to: The Town of Greenfield
Stop in to check it out tomorrow night, Feb. 27th, meet Linda and sign up for the next session that starts Monday, March 6th.

Thursday Nights in Wilton

7pm at the Wilton American Legion in the upstairs hall.
Instructor: Dorene Adams  

for questions about the Thurs. night class, call Dorene at: 562-8910
$5 per class, Veterans are free, drop in anytime.  
(PS: I started taking Line Dance Lessons in Greenfield 4 years ago. Jim Morrell and Linda Gray were my Instructors.  I started teaching the Wilton group in April of 2016.  I still attend the Monday night classes in Greenfield.)

Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable shoes to dance in.

Both classes are family friendly.
If you have older kids who are interested, please bring them to a class and check it out. 
Please note:  for liability purposes, we can not have younger children attending, who are not participating in the classes and who would not be supervised. Thank  you for your understanding!

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Supervisors of the Checklist

The Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session for
additions and corrections to the checklist at the
Greenfield Town Office on
Saturday, March 4, 2017 from Noon – 1:00 pm

For new registrants Proof of Citizenship and NH Photo ID required.  

Road closings


Effective, February 22, 2017 all Class V roads in the Town of Greenfield shall be closed to vehiclesweighing in excess of 6-ton.  Anyone needing a special exception to this posted weight limit should contact the DPW at 703-5546.  This posting shall remain in effect until April 30, 2017 or until conditions warrant.

Per order of Neal Beauregard, DPW Roads Manager

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Recycling Center Closed Feb 9th.

The Greenfield Recycling Center
will be Closed
Thursday February 9th, 2017

Due to the Weather

The Recycling Center will be open addl. hours
on Tuesday 2/14/2017

We are sorry for any inconvenience the closing may cause
Please stay safe and enjoy the snow

Tuesday, February 7, 2017



Don’t miss Greenfield’s hottest event!  At the Greenfield Meeting House,  Saturday February 25. 2017 at  6 PM
Admission: Please bring a non-perishable item for the GCCC Food Pantry.

Tonight's Budget hearing postponed

The Greenfield Selectboard is postponing
the budget hearing meeting tonight
Tuesday, February 7th 2017
Tuesday, February 14th 2017
6:30 PM

Due to the weather

The budget hearing will take place in the Town Office meeting room.

Per order the Board of Selectmen