Exchange, America’s Service Club, is a group of men and women working together to make our communities better places to live through programs of service in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Activities, and its national project, the Prevention of Child Abuse.
The Exchange Club of Hanovermeets at 6:30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd, Tuesday, each month at
Lutheran Retirement Village at Utz
Terrace. Meetings feature speakers with topics of interest to the community and opportunities to network with others who share a common interest to enhance the quality of life in Hanover.Guests are welcome.
The Exchange Club is sponsoring a
Day Trip to New York City to visit the 911 Museum and Statue of Liberty
Saturday, July 11,
The trip is open to
the public and tickets are available on a first come first serve basis.
If you remember
September 11, 2001, you don't want to miss this trip.
Congratulations to Youth of Year Kyle Miller, Delone
Catholic High School, and ACE (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) Award
Winner Emma Baugher, Delone Catholic High School. Each receives a $1000
scholarship for college next year. Also pictured is Club President Ed
National Exchange Club President Visits
In September, National Exchange Club President Tom Karnes
and his wife Mary visited the club for their regular meeting. Pictured
is Club President Ed Temple (left) after he presented Tom with an Utz
Detroit Lions Potato Chip Tin. In addition to being the National
President, Tom is the retired Police Chief of Lincoln Park, MI (suburb of
Detroit) and the current Mayor of Lincoln Park.
2014 Youth of the Year
Hanover High School
parents Joyce and Pete Giannini
Thank you Hanover and
all those who attended and/or supported the Exchange Club of Hanover's
Healing Field® September 9-12, 2011.
Note: Flags with
memorial cards from the event are still available in Hanover for $25 at:
Locksmith, 175 McAllister St.
225 N. Railroad St.
The club would especially like to thank all of our
sponsors and the volunteers who helped make this event happen.
of this project benefited the Wounded Warrior Project, National Fallen
Firefighters Foundation and local fire, police and veterans groups.
can get INVOLVED
Feel free to join us for a meeting anytime. Enjoy a complimentary
meal. Learn more about how Exchange makes a difference and how you can
benefit from your involvement. Just use the contact information below
to make your reservation!