Home » November 28th, 2008
Entries posted on “November, 2008”
Hudson – Catie Scott, 4, listens to a magical melody sung by special guest Cinderella during the "Prince and Princess Tea Party," held Nov. 10 at the Hudson Public Library Children's Room. Girls and boys, ages 3 and 4, enjoyed songs, crafts and fairy tales, while treated to crown-shaped cookies and apple juice served in [...]
Hudson – On Sunday Dec. 7 from 4 to 6 p.m., the congregation of the First Federated Church of Hudson will present a live nativity scene. The front entryway of the church will be transformed into a stable setting. Live animals will be provided by Hillside School farm of Marlborough. The public is invited to [...]
Hudson – The Hudson Holiday Coalition centralizes and administrates giving for the holiday season. Last year, the coalition provided gifts, clothing and food for 150 Hudson families and their 340 children. The coalition seeks organizations and individuals to sponsor a family or a child or to make a monetary donation. Checks should be made out [...]
Hudson – The Hudson Youth Football and Cheering 10 and Under (small division) team has advanced to the regional cheering competition being held Saturday Nov. 29 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Rhode Island. The team took third place in its division at the local competition held in Lowell and is one of three local [...]
Marlborough/Hudson – Dave Crittendon and his daughter Claire, 7, a Brownie, enjoy time together at "An Enchanted Evening," a father-daughter dance for Daisies, Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts held Nov. 7 at the Hudson Elks Lodge. About 60 young scouts, all dressed as princesses, attended the event with their fathers.
The information in the police log is obtained directly from the official records maintained at each police station in our circulation area. It contains arrests and a sampling of police activity from 11/15 – 11/23/08. Those arrested are innocent until proven guilty. The Community Advocate will publish news of acquittals upon notification and a copy [...]
Region – A jangle of small bells filled the sacristy of First Congregational Church in Shrewsbury for 35 seconds Nov. 23, amid smiles and the giggles of small children. After the service, the church bell tolled 350 times, and all the ringing had a message: The amount of carbon dioxide in the air has exceeded [...]
Northborough/Southborough – Algonquin Regional High School students will bring their holiday music program to the Northborough Historical Society Friday Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. The students, led by their director of instrumental music, Dennis Wrenn, will help kick off the holiday season with great music and good cheer. Meetings are held at the Historical Society [...]
Region – Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce 2008 mini-grant recipients gather at a recent breakfast. Northborough recipients include: Kristen MacDonald and Rebecka Miller, and Christine Hall, Carol Brennan and Heather Perkins, Kathy Behrens and Beryl Krouse, all of Proctor School; Christine Thompson, Amelia Davis and John Frederick, of Algonquin Regional High School; Margaret Lien, of [...]
The opening reception for "New Dimensions," works by Randi Isaacson and Liz Harrison, will be held Dec. 4, from 5:30-8:30 p.m., at Post Road Art Center, 1 Boston Post Rd., Marlborough. For info, call (508) 485-2580 or visit www.PostRoadArtCenter.com.