Service Club of Andover
The Service Club has created such a unique and valuable organization for the community of Andover. Their members are very dedicated and The Service Club truly does adhere to its motto, ‘make a difference’.- Barry Feingold, Massachusetts State Senator
About The Service Club of Andover
We are a volunteer organization that seeks to make a difference in the lives of our youth and our friends with special needs. We run and fund programs in the Merrimack Valley and support organizations like The Professional Center for Child Development, Creative Living, the Andover High School Mentoring Program, the YMCA, and the Andover Youth Foundation. 100% of the funds we raise go directly to the supporting our programs. The need in the community is great and the Service Club of Andover fields a great team to truly "Make a Difference."
Making a Difference
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The High School Mentoring program provides Andover High School students an opportunity to experience first-hand a specific profession. Each year the Service Club matches juniors at Andover High School with career mentors in fields that they select including sports journalism, investigative reporting, radio broadcasting, Internet, information technologies, medicine.
The 2014 games were held on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill Campus. Thank you to all of the participants and volunteers.
The 34th annual Special Field Games is a sporting event for people of all ages with special needs, co-sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Service Club of Andover. Dozens of guests have fun participating in many athletic events. Everyone has a great time and everyone is a winner. This year's games were held on Saturday, September 27st, 2014 at Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill Campus located at 100 Elliot Street, Haverhill, MA. Northern Essex has generously hosted the Special Field Games for many years.
The Service Club of Andover has been supporting the EXCEL program at High Plain Elementary School for years. Last Thursday, Joanne Heim of the club attended the cooking club breakfast which is an integral part of the programming for the participants who are primarily developmentally disabled children.