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Free Tai Chi on Town Farm Road and Christmas Cheer For The Troops


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Here’s your Westford evening roundup for Aug. 20, 2014. To get your news item in the roundup, e-mail us at andrewsylvia@westfordtemplate.com

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Missed Tai Chi Day On The Common Last Week? Untitled-2

Don’t worry, you can join the Taoist Tai Chi Society at the Rec Department for a free demo class (pictured).

Holiday Packages For The Troops

The Westford Womens’ Club will be sending Christmas cheer this holiday season as part of an effort with MooreMart to create care packages for the troops.

From now to Sept. 30, donation points will be available at the following locations.

  • JV Fletcher Library
  • Roundenbush Community Center
  • Cameron Senior Center
  • Office of Veterans Services, (Millennium Building – behind Abbot School)

While financial donations aren’t being accepted, here are a few things the WWC is looking for in particular.

  • Single sealed toothbrush
  • Small toothpaste
  • Chapstick
  • Holiday cards with a personalized message
  • Patriotic drawings from children

Donations can also be brought to the upcoming Town Yard Sale.


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

So do not fear,

for I am with you;

do not be dismayed,

for I am Your God.

I will strengthen you and help you;

I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.

Isa 41:10 (NIV)


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