Southborough Rotary Club’s food truck festival returns

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Trucks line up for a previous running of the Wednesday Food Truck Festival in Southborough. This year’s festival will run weekly until 6:30 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. as it has in some past years.
Trucks line up for a previous running of the Wednesday Food Truck Festival in Southborough. 

SOUTHBOROUGH – It is time again for the Rotary Club of Southborough’s annual food truck festival. This year the festival takes place on Wednesdays, May 24 and 31, and June 7 and 14 at the intersection of routes 30 and 85.

Each evening, four local food trucks and one ice cream truck will be parked on the lawn of St. Mark’s School at the intersection. Admission is free.

As in previous years, the Rotary Club of Southborough sponsors a community service project during the festival. The club partners with Main Street Bank to encourage community support of fellow citizens in need of help. 

This year’s project is a campaign to sustain the Rotary Club’s scholarship fund. The scholarship fund was initiated more than 20 years ago with a memorial grant to commemorate the life of Annie Laurie Satterfield. This year the Rotary Club of Southborough awarded a $4,000 scholarship to a Southborough student accepted to one of the Massachusetts’ state universities and has demonstrated a record of academic excellence.

The Rotary Club is calling this effort “Food for Thought;” $10 food vouchers will be available for purchase that can be used as cash at the food trucks. Vouchers can be obtained from the Rotary Club at the festival for a $20 donation.

Sponsors include St. Mark’s School; Cedar Brook Pediatric Dentistry; Main Street Bank; Long Cadillac; Metrowest Minisplits; Falconi’s Oil; Middlesex Bank; and the Southborough Community Fund.

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