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Sand Hill School Community Center
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- ADA Accessible
- Meeting Rooms
- Multi-media Projector
- Sound System
The Sand Hill School Community Center, located at 16 Dewey Avenue, Sandwich, MA was built originally in 1885 as a schoolhouse for children of workers from the Sandwich Glass Factory, and was called the Sand Hill School. Later, it saw use an American Legion post, and was named the Clark-Haddad Memorial Building in memory of Alden Clark and Michael Haddad, men who were the first two residents of Sandwich to give their lives at the time of World War I. The building was also used for a number of community related activities, including the offices of the Sandwich Superintendent of Schools. The building was fully rehabilitated on the spring of 2018 and is located within the Old King’s Highway Regional Historic District.