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Westford Academy Volunteers Honored For Farmers’ Market Work


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From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for Oct. 10, 2014 in Westford

#1. Residents of Westford…. If you’re a U.S. citizen, will be 18 years before the next election, but haven’t registered to vote at your current address yet, don’t worry! You can still register.

The registration deadline for the Oct. 20 Special Town Meeting is today and the deadline for the Nov. 4 State and Federal Election is Oct. 15.

The town clerk’s office will be open until 8 p.m. today and 15 or you can Download a Mail-in Voter Registration Form

#2. Session 2 registration forms…. for the WPC After School Enrichment Program are now available online at www.westfordrec.com and at the Westford Recreation Department offices on 35 Town Farm Road.

Registration forms must be received by Oct. 20 at noon, with late forms incurring a $25 late fee.

#3. Family Adventures in Reading for Preteens: Saturdays, October 11 & 25; November 8 & 22 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.   Participants will talk about characters, plots, and ideas in books, create illustrational art, and explore public library riches using one pair of young adult novels as a touchstone and source of inspiration.  Healthy snacks provided.  Families who attend regularly will receive a canvas book bag and a free book. Grant-funded by MassHumanities. You can register in the youth services department.

#4. A Bear Was Spotted at the Crisafulli School.. at approximately 2:45 p.m. on Thursday. Crisafulli Principal Sharon Kennelly reported that proper safety protocols were followed.

DSC_0015#5. The Farmers’ Market Was Largely Run By Westford Academy Volunteers This Year… and those volunteers (pictured) were honored on Tuesday by Westford Academy Principal Jim Antonelli, Westford Farmers’ Market Director Gloria Gilbert, Westford Town Manager Jodi Ross and State Representative Jim Arciero.


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