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Letter to the editor: Thanks to those who made the 2016 ‘Reality Check’ a reality

July 10th, 2016

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To the Editor: On behalf of the Rotary Club of Marlborough, I would like to thank some folks publicly who worked hard to make the “2016 Reality Check” on June 15 at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School a success. The Reality Check is an interactive, financial literacy game for the sophomore class at Assabet […]

Letter to the editor: Thank you to Northborough Junior Woman’s Club

July 10th, 2016

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To the Editor, Happy summer everyone! I wanted to take a moment to thank the Northborough Junior Woman’s Club for their generous donation towards the Splash Pad and the Summer Camp Financial Aid Fund for the 2016 year. The NJWC was kind enough to support the splash pad again this year. Their donation has allowed […]

Letter to the editor: Apple Tree Arts thanks Grafton community

July 10th, 2016

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To the Editor: We want to thank the Grafton community for its support of Apple Tree Arts’ third annual Community Ice Cream Social. Everyone enjoyed celebrating the end of the school year with their friends and meeting new ones. Families and children had fun eating delicious bowls of ice cream. Many children had fun bouncing […]

Letter to the editor: Conversation needed on gun regulations

June 19th, 2016

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To the Editor: Thanks to Rev. Lynne Dolan for leading, and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense for organizing, a beautiful peace vigil to mark the second annual National Gun Violence Awareness Day on June 2 at Shrewsbury’s First Congregational Church. The moment that struck me the deepest was how many in the suburban crowd […]

Letter to the editor: Fundraising appeal for Assabet’s JROTC program

June 19th, 2016

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I am writing to bring to light an urgent need for our award-winning Marine Corps JROTC program at Assabet Valley Technical High School in Marlborough. We AVMCJROTC Auxiliary parents, volunteers, and alumni are asking for your help. Our JROTC program has 122 cadets and one Senior Military Instructor (SMI). We need a second instructor in order to continue this exemplary program. (See the long list of cadets’ accomplishments in Community Advocate, 6/3/16 edition, p. 20).

Letter to editor: Shrewsbury bag ban is anti-business

May 25th, 2016

The Shrewsbury town meeting members who voted with glee for Article 13 to ban traditional plastic bags should be ashamed they were led like lemmings to impose one of the worst anti-business by-laws in the history of the town by progressives with a personal agenda. Next they will seek to ban all plastic bags, plastic water and juice bottles, and once they make the town The People’s Republic of Shrewsbury, like Cambridge and Concord, they’ll likely push for Sanctuary Status.

Letter to the editor: Steve Morreale for Town Moderator

May 6th, 2016

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To the Editor: After being encouraged to run by our current Moderator, David Coombs, I decided to seek election to continue my service to Southborough.  I want to continue to insure the integrity and independence of the position and our annual Town Meeting. I am interested in no other position in Southborough.  This is not […]

Letter to the editor: Thanks to the Westborough community for town-wide cleanup

May 6th, 2016

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To the Editor: Much of the litter along the roadsides of Westborough has disappeared thanks to the public-spirited volunteers who participated in the 2016 Town-wide Earth Day Cleanup, sponsored by the Westborough Community Land Trust. This year more than 100 volunteers picked up about 200 bags of trash to make Westborough greener and cleaner. There […]

Letter to Editor: Corridor Nine Business Expo is great success

May 2nd, 2016

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It was a great day for business at the Corridor Nine Area Chamber’s Annual Business Expo held on April 6 at the Doubletree Hotel in Westborough. Remaining true to its mission to create networking opportunities for business professionals, the Corridor Nine Expo was a bustling marketplace with 123 exhibitors and record attendance with 1,323 attendees! Celebrating its 25th year of the show, the Corridor Nine Expo continues to provide an unprecedented opportunity to network and interact with industry leaders from the Route 9/495 Region.

Letter to the editor: Shrewsbury community receives thanks for Town Cleanup Day

May 1st, 2016

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To the Editor: On behalf of the Town of Shrewsbury and the Parks & Recreation Department, I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to the following community groups who came out on Saturday, April 2, and helped with Town Cleanup Day: Boy Scout Troop 114, Cub Scout Pack 146, Cub Scout Pack 62, First […]

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