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Classifieds, July 22 edition

This week's Classifieds are here. Don't forget to click on the website addresses within each advertisement. Open publication - Free publishing - More ads

Classifieds, April 13 edition

The Classifieds for the April 13 edition are here.

Residence at Orchard Grove hosts presentation on dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

Region - In an effort to bring informative and educational resources to local seniors and their families, The Residence at Orchard Grove hosted a...

Grafton golf club includes tavern, wedding and event facilities

Grafton—Perched on over 220 acres overlooking the Blackstone Valley and boasting panoramic vistas, Highfields Golf & Country Club is an 18-hole championship golf course. The club, located at 42 Magill Dr. in Grafton, offers golf, function rooms and a tavern. The Highfields golf course was designed by Mungeam Cornish Golf Design in Douglas and Grafton-based Magill Associates. The well-designed and manicured course has bent grass throughout—on tees, fairways and greens. It was created in 2002 from the Magill family dairy farm, and the family owns the business.

Women’s Biz Network slated for Oct. 21

Stow – The Assabet Valley Chamber’s Women’s Business Network (WBN) will host a meeting on Friday, Oct. 21, 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., at...

Marlborough Savings Bank donates to cancer awareness organization

Northborough – The Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation recently donated $5,000 to 15-40 Connection, an organization dedicated to empowering teens and young adults with knowledge that helps them recognize cancer at its earliest possible stage. According to the 15-40 Connection website, cancer survival rates for people between the ages of 15 to 40 have barely increased since 1975.

Central One treats veterans to lunch

Westborough – Local veterans were treated to a special luncheon at the town’s Senior Center Nov. 11 courtesy of a donation from the Westborough...

Shrewsbury Library moves to temporary new home

Shrewsbury - Moving the Shrewsbury Public Library to its new temporary new home is no small feat. Thousands of books have to be transported. All the computers and electronics have to be disconnected and then reconnected. Furniture, files and fixtures have to travel the 2.2 miles from 609 Main St., the center of town to south of Route 9 into the former early intervention preschool building behind the Irving A. Glavin Regional Center at 214 Lake St. The library staff and American Interfile and Relocations of Bayshore, N.Y., a professional library moving company, are hard at work to make the transition to a space less than half the current library’s size.

Estate Planning and Protection Law: Trusts can protect assets beyond the scope of a...

Marlborough - If you'se never considered creating a trust because you think trusts are only for multi-millionaires, think again.

Classified ads, July 8 edition

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