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Arciero Visits Seniors, Town Facility Study and More


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Jim Arciero (left) and Bob McCusker.
Jim Arciero (left) and Bob McCusker.

State Representative Jim Arciero (left, in black) and campaign volunteer Robert McCusker (right, in blue) cooked up some burgers at the Cameron Senior Center last week as part of an barbecue event.

More information on the Senior Center is available on its page inside the town website.

Looking at Town Facilities

There will be a meeting on Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. in the police station inviting all town volunteers, employees and residents to weigh in on town priorities for facility use and construction.

An agenda of the meeting is available on the town website.

Words of Encouragement From Pastor Steve of the Lowell Assembly of God


“Forget the former things;

do not dwell on the past.

See, I am doing a new thing!

Now it springs up;

do you not perceive it?

I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.

Isa 43:18-19 NIV

Westford Swim and Tennis Wins Fourth Consecutive Colonial League Championship

The club defeated three other clubs, with several swimmers setting records.

For more, see the full story in the Westford Eagle.



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