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What Were Those Milk Jugs On The Common?


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From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for Nov. 13 and beyond in Westford.

#1. Home Firearm Safety learn the skills of operating firearms and the attitude necessary for the safe handling and proper storage of guns in the home.  Participants must be 15 and ages 15 to 18 must have a parent present. $83/$80 for residents, additional family member or friend $15.  Saturday, Nov. 15, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more details call 978-692-5511 or visit www.roudenbush.org

#2. A Support Group for Parents of Children With Mental Health Issues… meets regularly inside the Millennium School All Purpose Room with facilitators Dianne Walsh (LICSW) and Stony Brook School Nurse Sue Hanly.

The group meets on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. to discuss the topic “Positive Parenting–How to Parent Without Yelling, Nagging or Whining”

#3. Caregiver Support Group at Bridges by EPOCH at Westford – Bridges by EPOCH at Westford will host a support group for dementia caregivers on Monday, Nov. 24 at 4:30 p.m.

All are welcome to attend this support group and light meal, but space is limited. Call 978-692-9541 to RSVP or for more information. Bridges by EPOCH at Westford is a memory care assisted living community located at 108 Littleton Road.

#4. More News From Westford’s Kadant: Recently Kadant purchased J&L Fiber Services’ screen cylinder product line.

For more information, visit www.kadant.com.

unnamed#5. Pictured: Special thanks to Elizabeth Benstead for these shots of milk jugs that adorned the Town Common recently thanks to the work of Blanchard Middle School students.


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