March 24, 2011
This Saturday is the day for the eagerly-anticipated Hancock Community Arts Fair. Designed to showcase local talent, the fair will be open to the public, free of charge, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hancock Town Hall and Community Center, 126 W. High St. Artists and art enthusiasts from Hancock and surrounding communities may enter their work in one of four age groups: Youth (12 and under), Teen (13-18), Adult (19-59) and Senior (60+). A parent or guardian must sign for entrants who are under 18. Each artist may enter one piece of work in each of six categories: Full Quilts; Other Needle Art (such as needlepoint, cross-stitch, etc.)
February 12, 2004
HANCOCK - This winter's snow, ice and rain are believed to be the cause of damage to the roof of the Hancock Town Hall and Community Center, Town Manager Larry Logan said at Wednesday's Town Council meeting. The damage was over a section of the Town Council's meeting room, in which a hole in a ceiling tile and water damage to a few tiles were visible. Logan said he thought the damage was localized to that spot. "That's good news, because it'll probably make the repair much easier," Logan said.