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Mayoral Notes-- The power of community

September 11, 2017

American writer Margaret J. Wheatley once wrote, "There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about."

Since returning to Claremont in 2008, I have witnessed the people of Claremont traveling that road of discovery. The journey has manifested itself in many ways....

Thank You for Supporting Green Dot

August 10, 2017

No one wants to live in a violent city. The goal of Claremont Green Dot is to stop violence before it happens...

Green Dot seeking business participation for summer event

July 15, 2017

CLAREMONT--Organizers of a domestic violence prevention initiative permeating Claremont and Keene are seeking to partner with local businesses to help  promote the idea in the community.

Green Dot is a violence prevention  program that addresses community concerns like sexual violence, stalking and assault...

Violence prevention program continues to grow

June 24, 2017

CLAREMONT--Progress is being made after Thursday's joint meeting of the Claremont School Board and City Council to implement Green Dot, a program that provides bystander training and assistance with the aim of ending acts of violence. Claremont, along with Keene, was chosen by researchers at the University of New Hampshire to be pilots for the community version of the Green Dot program...

First Green Dot bystander intervention classes held

November 07, 2016

CHARLESTOWN--Have you ever had a situation where you thought you should probably do something, but didn't?

This was one of a number of questions fielded to community leaders during a 5-hour bystander intervention training at the Student Conservation Association on Saturday, Nov. 5...

The Green Dot strategy

September 28, 2016

CHARLESTOWN--Community leaders are looking to create an outbreak of positive action in Claremont by implementing a violence mitigation program that has greatly reduced rates of domestic violence in some communities across the country through educating bystanders on how to react...

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