What brings you to Hanover? I grew up here, and moved back with my kids. My sister works for the College, and my husband works at the Darmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Favorite place to eat? Murphy’s. I’m a foodie. The kids would say Molly’s.
How often do you interact with the College? Quite often. I attend [Dartmouth] Film Society, and I’m part of a jury for architecture projects of Dartmouth students.
Where’s a place to be in Hanover? The Green is great place to relax when it’s warm. But it’s hard when it’s cold. It’s all or nothing I guess.
What brings you to Hanover? It’s a very good place to be. I have small children, and it’s a very good community.
Favorite place to eat? Canoe Club, Ramunto’s for pizza and Lou’s for lunch and breakfast.
How often do you interact with the College? I try to be active in what the community has to offer. The silent film series at the Hopkins Center is great.
Where’s a place to be in Hanover? If you’re looking for a place to escape the student life, there’s the Howe Library. It’s a beautiful building.
Names: Bill and Ann
What brings you to Hanover? Ann: We wanted to move to a place where we could walk to town and there’d be things to do. We tried to move our business from Massachusetts to Hanover, but it didn’t work out. The [invention of] the fax machine let us run it long distance.
Favorite place to eat? Bill: Murphy’s, Molly’s, Lou’s — it all depends on how you’re feeling.
How often do you interact with the college? Ann: Our granddaughter goes to Dartmouth. We had dinner with her the other night.
Where’s a place to be in Hanover? Ann: Have you heard of Lake Sunapee? There’s a boat trip around Lake Sunapee. In the summer, it’s a wonderful place to be.
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