January 26, 2016 Meeting

Don't miss this excitng meeting!

Please note time change below.

The Hollis Democrats are holding an Iowa-style caucus to pick a favorite presidential candidate, following the format used by the Democratic Party at the Iowa Caucus. On Tuesday, January 26, at the Lawrence Barn, participants can learn how a different voting format works. Representatives from the three presidential campaigns have been invited. Pizza is available at 6:30 p.m.; the caucus will begin at 7:00. The Hollis Democrats are also looking for volunteers for Primary Day on Feb. 9. For more information, 465-2517

Apply for Open Town Positions by January 31st

Our Town is only as good as the people we elect to serve us.  If you are able to serve the community in any of the open positions, you will be helping to keep Hollis strong.

To be added to the ballot for Town Elections in March, you must apply for any of the open seats described in the January 24 HB Journal.

 At least one open seat exists for each of the following positions: Selectman, Town Clerk, Moderator, Coop School Committee, Hollis School Committee and the Budget Committee.

Elections will be held on Town Voting Day, Tuesday, March 11th, but the last date to enter an application, is January 31st. 

Please consider running for one of open seats - details may be found in the online Hollis Brookline Journal HERE

Public Forum on Common Core Standards
On Thursday, January 30 from 6 to 7:30 PM the SAU 41 administration will make a presentation on Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in the auditorium at Hollis Brookline High School.  All are welcome to attend.  An email has been set up for community members to send their questions on CCSS prior to the presentation.  These questions will be addressed during the presentation and there also will be time for additional questions during the presentation.  The email address is:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Join the NH Rebellion
Every Candidate must Answer JUST ONE QUESTION

"How are YOU going to end the system of corruption in Washington?"

 On Friday, January 24, join us for the last leg of an 185 mile walk across NH from Dixville Notch to Nashua to raise the consciousness of voters about getting big money out of politics. Friday's walk begins in Merrimack and ends in Nashua with a celebration at the Unitarian Universalist Church to mark what would have been the 104th birthday of Doris Haddock, known as “Granny D”.  She walked across the country 15 years ago to protest the corrupting influence of money in politics. Click the link below and scroll down to find out how to join Friday's walk and celebration.

Hollis Democrats UN-Holiday Social


The month of January is usually UNderwhelming and UNderrated... so lets UN-gloom it with an UN-Holiday Social! (You can even celebrate your UN-birthday or UN-anniversary!) You are cordially invited to UN-wind and UN-stress on Sunday, January 12th, 2014 at the 'UN-HolidaySocial' at Lawrence Barn, Hollis 1 - 5 pm for food and "f"-UN.