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HANSON | Substance Use Prevention Training for Trades Workers
If you specialize in a trade and are interested or willing to learn more about substance use prevention, join us for a FREE one-hour training on January 22nd at 6PM with dinner provided. By attending this training, trades workers will learn warning signs of substance use, how to address addiction in the work place and the steps to respond in an overdose situation. This training is being provided for businesses that specialize in a particular trade because we know that individuals who work in this industry have been disproportionately affected amidst the opioid crisis.  The statistics are clear. Trades workers are dying. From 2011-2016, there were 610 overdose deaths that occurred within the communities of Bridgewater, Brockton, East Bridgewater, Hanson, Rockland and Whitman. Of those 610 overdoses within the region, 52% of the individuals who were employed at the time of their death worked in a trade.  Who should attend: Business owners, office or administrative staff, laborers, or trades workers. Trades may be defined as working in occupations including, but not limited to: Auto Body Repairman, Boiler Maker, Car Cleaner, Carpenter, Dry Wall Hanger, Etcher, Engineer, Fabricator, Fisherman, Heavy Equipment Operator, HVAC Tech, Iron Worker, Journeyman, Laborer, Landscaper, Machinist, Mechanic, Painter, Roofer, Seal Coater, Service Tech, Sheet Metal Worker, Ship Builder, Tow Truck Driver. If you have any questions, please contact Holly Savignano at hsavignano@hptc.org or visit our website at www.opioidoverdoseprevention.org

When: Jan 22, 2019 6pm in Hanson, MA

Cranberry Cove Polar Plunge 2019-Hanson PTO

FREEZIN' FOR A REASON! Come one, come all and "take the plunge" with the Hanson PTO in its FIRST EVER Polar Plunge at Cranberry Cove on Sunday, January 27, 2019 starting at 10 am! (*snow/rain date 2/3/2019) Participants will be jumping into the cold water to help raise funds to support the students at Indian Head Elementary school. Proceeds will go towards supporting technology needs, paying for enrichment activities that build upon the curriculum being taught in the classrooms K-4, as well as creating a postive school culture and building a community of learners and citizens through the use of a sound system purchased for school-wide assemblies, amongst other requests from teachers and staff. All participants will be asked to raise a minimum of $35.00 through donations on their behalf. A personal fundraising website will be set up for each registered jumper so donors can donate directly to their preferred participant via PayPal, credit or debit cards--with NO fees to the donor! AND--each participant that registers by December 31, 2018 will receive a commemorative towel from the event! ***All participants MUST BE 18+ or OLDER on the day of the event. Each participant will be asked to sign a liability waiver before entering the event that day.***

When: Jan 27, 2019 10am in Hanson, MA

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When: Feb 22, 2019 9pm in Hanson, MA

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About Hanson, MA
The Town of Hanson was founded in 1820 and is located in the Plymouth County Area.

The town was named after Alexander Conte Hanson who was a Maryland newspaper publisher. He upheld rights of a free press in the 1800s when he defended to condemn the War of 1812.

Residents say it's quiet and peaceful and that's how they like it! Find your next dream home by searching the local Hanson homes for sale in the area and join the local community.