Northborough residents share messages of love and encouragement

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Photo/Carol Chione

Northborough – Residents young and old have taken part in, and been charmed, by a recent initiative to leave positive chalk messages throughout the town as a way to lift the spirits of those who may be feeling down during the coronavirus restrictions.

As Leslee Robinson said, “While walking today I found some cheerful sidewalk art on aptly named Valentine Road. There were also some personal messages left on driveways and I thought that it was a lovely gesture of community spirit during this time of social distancing.

Our thanks to Leslee, Carol Chione, Hannah Chen, Kelly Benestad, and Neil Towler for sending in a selection of photos.

Message from Ben, Tess and Libby Towler
photo/Neil Towler
Message from Ben, Tess and Libby Towler
photo/Neil Towler
Message from Ben, Tess and Libby Towler
photo/Neil Towler
Message from Ben, Tess and Libby Towler
photo/Neil Towler

 

Isabel Benestad at work photo/Kelly Benestad
Isabel Benestad’s art work photo/Kelly Benestad
The work of Cece and Kaleb Chen photo/Hannah Chen
The work of Cece and Kaleb Chen photo/Hannah Chen
The work of Cece and Kaleb Chen photo/Hannah Chen
The work of Cece and Kaleb Chen photo/Hannah Chen
Photo/Leslee Robinson
Photo/Leslee Robinson
Photo/Leslee Robinson
Photo/Leslee Robinson
Photo/Leslee Robinson
Photo/Leslee Robinson

Photo/Leslee Robinson