Variety show a hit at Community Center
The Hancock Community Center stage was the scene of a wonderful variety show last Friday evening. Who knew we had such a terrific variety of talent in our midst? Teenagers and adults, tap dancers and belly dancers, drums and strings, singing and poetry - all were part of the program. The crowd enjoyed fresh gingerbread and cider at intermission, and many donated $5 and even more per person for a thoroughly enjoyable evening of entertainment. The variety show was sponsored by the Hancock Arts Council. Coming in December, the Arts Council will be sponsoring a concert of Christmas music and hopefully will once again host its ever popular Winter Festival in February.
Chamber Web site promotes businesses
The Hancock Chamber of Commerce is continuing its push to bring new businesses to Hancock and strengthen existing ones. Their Web site will offer the possibility of listing commercial property at no cost to the owner, thus increasing the chance that those who are seeking property will see the offerings. To list your commercial property in Hancock, contact Lou Close at email@example.com. At a recent meeting, the chamber approved a new $500 scholarship to be offered to a high school senior who is planning to attend college.