Bingo games for veterans
Veterans Northeast Outreach Center in Haverhill welcomes all veterans for bingo games.
The games are held on the last Wednesday of each month at 6 pm atVeterans Northeast Outreach Center,10 Reed St. The next game is Feb. 22.
The games are sponsored by VFW Ladies Auxiliary and outreach centerand are open to veterans only.
Game cards are free and small prizes of gift cards are awarded for each game. If you are not enrolled with Veterans Northeast Outreach, please bring identification of veteran status. More information is available by calling 978-372-3626.
Financial education classes offered
Sue Katz of American Consumer Credit Counseling will conduct a free Financial Education Classon the third Wednesday of every month at 5 pm at Veterans Northeast Outreach Center, 10 Reed St.
Each class lasts about twohours. Topics include budgeting, credit repair, building credit, tax information and investing.This is a group class with individual counseling afterwards. Classes are open to the public as well as to veterans. Katz has specific experience with veteran issues. Classes are ongoing and available on a drop-in basis. More information is available by calling 978-372-3626.
Boys amp; Girls Club to hold annual celebration
The Boys amp; Girls Club of Greater Haverhill will hold its annual celebration on March 4 at DiBurros function hall in Ward Hill.
Cocktail hour is at 6 pm, followed by dinner and a silent and live auction.
Special guest is New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion and 96.9 radio host Jermaine Wiggins.
Can’t be there on March 4 but want to take part in the action? Register and bid remotely on silent auction items via qtego.net/qlink/bgcofgreaterhaverhill2017annualcelebration. Auction items include concert tickets to Billy Joel at Fenway Park and Coldplay at Gillette Stadium, New England Patriots Tickets (four), Boston Celtics tickets (four), Renaissance Golf Club foursome package with dinner and overnight accommodations, and other items. All proceeds support the Boys amp; Girls Club of Greater Haverhill.
Tickets are $110 per person.
One Call to City Hall
Residents looking to connect with a particular department in City Hall, or who would like to request snow plowing, sanding, pothole repairs or any other city service can now dial 311 and a trained representative will respond.
In the event of an emergency requiring the response of police, firefighters or an ambulance, callers are advised to dial 911.
The citys new 311 service is available weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm, during normal City Hall business hours, however, in certain situations those hours could be extended by the mayor.
Callers from outside the city need to use the area code and regular numbers — 978-358-1311.