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Committee pleased by support for Winter Ball

To the Editor:

The Northborough Community Affairs Committee would like to thank the community for their support of the 24th Annual Winter Ball. The event was held at White Cliff 's on Saturday, January 31st and was a huge success. Over 160 people attended and enjoyed a cocktail hour, silent auction and raffle, dinner and dancing to the band Radiance. A special thank you to St. Mary's Credit Union and Hodge Associates Inc. for their financial support which helped make this event possible. Thank you to Mr. Tom Lowe of Lowe's Variety in Northborough and Mr. Andy Dowd at Town Hall for selling tickets. We would also like to thank the local businesses for supporting our raffle in spite of the economy. Proceeds from the ball help fund our other events including Town Cleanup (April 25th) and the 2009 Summer Concert Series.

For information about our committee, upcoming events and the local vendors who supported us you can visit our website at http:// northboroughcac.tripod.com/. We are already looking forward to our 25th ball next year on Saturday, January 30, 2010. Lisa Hodge Community Affairs Committee Northborough

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