The POW/MIA Table: A Place Setting for One, A Table for All

Today is POW/MIA Remembrance Day.  Please join us as we pause to remember prisoners of war (POWs) and those missing in action (MIA) as well as their families.  

Today you may see an empty table, the POW/MIA Table.  The tradition of setting a separate table in honor of our prisoners of war and missing comrades has been in place since the end of the Vietnam War.  The manner in which the table is decorated is full of special symbols to help us remember our brothers and sisters in arms.*  Learn more about the symbolism of the POW/MIA table here.

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Thank you to @MassDOER, @MassGovernor and @MassLtGov for awarding @North_Andover with a Green Communities Grant!

Yesterday, the Town was awarded a Green Communities Grant from the Mass Department of Energy Resources.  North Andover was among 91 communities across the Commonwealth that were awarded grants.
North Andover’s Grant proposal was written and submitted by Laurie Burzlaff.  Deputy Town Manager Denise Casey attended the ceremony and accepted the award on behalf of the Town.
The $116,254 Grant will fund 2 projects;
  •  $79,706 Middle School – LED Lighting
  •  $36,548 for the Water Treatment Plant  – LED Lighting.
Click here to learn more about yesterday’s grant presentation and the Green Communities Act.
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VA Offers an Urgent Care Benefit – Find Out if You are Eligible!

Did you know that VA offers the option of getting urgent care in our community? Learn how you can access an urgent care provider in VA’s contracted network by checking out this video.


Not enrolled in the VA Health Care system yet?  We can help! Give us a call at (978) 688-9525.