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Nashoba Tech Wins MIAA Award

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From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for Nov. 24 and beyond in Westford

#1. Earlier This Month… the Westord Board of Health passed a local resolution supporting the statewide and national ban of nontherapeutic uses of antibiotics in livestock-related agriculture.

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

#2. The Day School Holiday Shop Needs Volunteers… it’ll be open on Tuesday, Dec. 2 and Friday, Dec. 5. To sign up, head to Sign Up Genius.

#3. Westford Academy Alum Kurt Naugler… was named as CoSIDA Division III Men’s Soccer All-District I honoree and is on the ballot for Academic All-America consideration.

Naugler’s now a junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he has a 3.96 GPA and has helped the soccer team keep 10 clean sheets while also chipping in with 4 goals and 4 assists.

Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s fall athletics teams recently received commendations for community service from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association for raising money for and awareness of breast cancer, including the girls soccer team, shown with Athletic Director David Fusco (far left), Coach Stacy Stevens (far right) and Richard Riley, assistant executive director of the MIAA (back right). (courtesy: Dan Phelps)
Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s fall athletics teams recently received commendations for community service from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association for raising money for and awareness of breast cancer, including the girls soccer team, shown with Athletic Director David Fusco (far left), Coach Stacy Stevens (far right) and Richard Riley, assistant executive director of the MIAA (back right). (courtesy: Dan Phelps)

#4. Just A Reminder… you’re running out of time to see “In The Heights” at Westford Academy!

#5. Pictured… Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s fall athletics teams recently received commendations for community service from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association for raising money for and awareness of breast cancer, including the girls soccer team, shown with Athletic Director David Fusco (far left), Coach Stacy Stevens (far right) and Richard Riley, assistant executive director of the MIAA (back right).