WESTFORD — Welcome to the June 5 edition of Weekend Wrap-Up. Here, we highlight the most important news you may have missed this week in Westford.
I’m currently still on the road, and will be returning to Westford on June 18. Until then, continue to expect a steady flow of content from our other talented reporters and media partners.
Westford Academy hosts 2020 graduation
Law enforcement officers conducted a training exercise at East Boston Camps on Wednesday, June 1.
The training consisted of a “search and rescue mission for a missing person during nighttime hours,” according to a post on social media from the Westford Police Department.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School was one of 11 schools to receive grant funding this year through the Skills Capital Grant Program.
This year’s $3.3 million in total grants bring the total that the Gov. Charlie Baker administration has awarded to vocational-technical and agricultural schools and programs to $30.7 million since June 2017.
Nashoba Tech’s $250,000 grant will go toward equipment for the Plumbing & Heating program, including a pro-press, mega-press and threading machines, an inventory and tool-management system, furnaces, hot-water tanks, heat pumps and boilers.
WestfordCAT is pleased to have Jodi Ross return with her Town Manager’s report. For this month, Jodi touches on a few key warrant articles to look forward to for the upcoming Annual Town Meeting, which is to be held on Saturday, June 11th, at 9:00AM at the Westford Academy Trustees Football Field.
Two Westford artists will be displaying their work in June. A submitted press release can be found below.
The colorful works of 2 Westford artists—Judy Miller and Gail Flannery will be part of a show held at the Bolton Public Library during the month of June. The show, “Places I Remember” is a compilation of en plein air oil paintings of the surrounding area painted by Judy, Gail, and 10 other local artists painted from last spring to present.
The paintings will remain on display for the month of June during regular library hours at the Bolton Public Library— Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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