Ready to convert household goods, serviceable clothing and sports equipment into cash? Get ready for the Tyngsborough Community Yard Sale, to be held in conjunction with the Tyngsborough Trot Road Race at TES on Sunday, October 7, to help the THS Class of 2019.

For a $20 donation, you get a space reserved for you at the yard sale. Bring your table and set up between 7:30 and 8 a.m., and keep the profits from …

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Education Foundation for Tyngsborough www.EFTyng.org

What are you doing on Columbus Day Weekend? Join fellow community members for a walk/run through the neighborhood around the Tyngsborough Elementary School (TES). The 11th annual Tyngsborough Trot 5K Walk/Run will be held on Sunday, October 7. Runners and walkers, individuals and families, will enjoy the crisp weather and peak fall foliage. The first 200 runners will also receive a free Sport TEK t-shirt! As always, we award cash prizes ($100, $75, $50) to …

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Dunstable Cub Scouts Pack 28

Dunstable Cub Scouts Pack 28
Swallow Union Elementary School
Interested in scouting? Cub Scouts is open to all boys and girls in Kindergarten through 5th grade (age 5 as of 8/28/18). Some of the activities we have planned for the upcoming Scout year include: Pack Campfire @ the Dunstable Rural Land Trust Pinewood Derby Rocket Launch Memorial Day Parade Fishing Derby Hiking For more information, please contact: Jen Neiley Membership Coordinator jen@geoff@gmail.com or Chris Braun, …

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iRobot and Red Sox honor Tyngsboro Teacher in Pre-Game Ceremony

Tyngsboro, MA’s very own Adam Boisvert of Tyngsboro Middle School was honored in a special Red Sox pre-game ceremony this Wednesday, September 12.

Adam Boisvert is one of four Massachusetts teachers who are being recognized by Bedford-based iRobot and the Red Sox for their exemplary work in educating and exciting students about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects.
Each teacher was nominated by their students and is being recognized for going the extra mile …

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The National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima at St John the Evangelist Church

The National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima is touring the United States and is scheduled for a brief appearance on Friday September 21 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm at St. John the Evangelist Church on 115 Middlesex Street in North Chelmsford.
The Rosary will be prayed beginning at 6:30pm after which the statue’s custodian will give a presentation on the message of Fatima followed by the opportunity for anyone to bring up rosaries or devotional objects …

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Dunstable Library News for September

Library Hours

Tuesday 3:00 – 8:00
Wednesday 10:00 – 2:00
Thursday 10:00 – 8:00
Friday 10:00 – 2:00
Saturday 10:00 – 2:00

For more library information go to
www.dunstable-ma.gov click on library
Mary Beth Pallis – Director – mpallis@dunstablepl.org
Karen Debreceni – Children’s Librarian –

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Featured Display If you would like to display your artwork or photographs in the community room, we would love to …

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Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church

Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church returned to the fall worship time of 10:15 on Sunday, September 2nd. The Adult Bible Study will be on  Sundays at 9 AM. Sunday School will also be 9 AM.
SOV will have a Congregational Retreat on Friday, September 28th to Saturday, September 29th.
The Wednesday evening prayer service will be held from 7 to 8 PM in the Chapel of the Federated Church.…

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Souhegan River Advisory Committee seeks representatives from watershed towns

The NH Rivers Management and Protection Program has a partnership between state government and local citizens in the Local River Management Advisory Committees of New Hampshire’s designated rivers. The Souhegan River Leadership Advisory Committee (SoRLAC) has been in existence for over 18 years. The committee plays a vital role in protecting the river. For example, work being done within a quarter mile of the Souhegan River is looked at by SoRLAC at regular monthly meeting …

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Dunstable Resident Graduates from the Academy

Tyngsboro, MA – On June 2, the Academy of Notre Dame held its 164th Upper School Commencement Ceremony. Among the students who received their diplomas from the private, all-girls Catholic high school in Tyngsboro, was a young woman from Dunstable.
Isabella Hann participated in many activities and events at the Academy. She was active in the Mission and Ministry Core Team, Catholic Heart Work Camp, the Academy’s newspaper, and the Muse, a student-run art magazine. …

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The Dunstable Board of Selectmen is looking for individuals who are interested in serving on committees, boards, and commissions. Currently, both the town’s Cable Committee and its Personnel Board are in need of members. Interested persons should contact the Board of Selectmen’s Office by phone at (978)-649-4514 ext. 224, or by email at jvoelker@dunstable-ma.gov. …

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Dunstable curbside trash collection and recycling program

Over the years, increasing numbers of families in Dunstable have chosen to pay for private curbside pickup of trash and recycling rather than utilize the transfer station. Due to reduced participation, the transfer station was no longer financially sustainable. Rather than raise the transfer station rates, Dunstable will be offering curbside service to transfer station users for a rate similar to past annual transfer station sticker.

Q3: Who manages the new curbside program in Dunstable?…

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The Middlesex Conservation District will be holding its annual FALL BULB and PERENNIAL SALE on 9/21 from 3-6PM and 9/22, 8am to 12 noon at the Great Brook Farm State Park Ski touring Center, 1018 Lowell St. in Carlisle, MA.
Items will include daffodils, tulips, narcissus, specialty bulbs, perennials and fertilizer. If you didn’t have time to place an order you may also simply come and shop at the SALE.
Don’t forget to check out …

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Learning in Retirement Association UMass Lowell

The Learning in Retirement Association invites anyone retired or semi-retired to consider joining our association this fall. Our curriculum committee has been hard at work lining up some interesting courses for the fall semester. LIRA is a multi-faceted educational program for which there are neither educational nor age requirements. LIRA’s philosophy is to provide college level learning experiences for all its members, regardless of previous educational background. LIRA is a partnership with UMass Lowell Community …

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107 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA 01852 978-458-2503
Informational Session for the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
This information session will detail services offered by the SCSEP. The program is for those individuals 55 years or older and are unemployed.
Program includes:
…Paid-on-the-job training opportunities at minimum wage in your community.
…An opportunity to update your skills and learn new ones.
…Current job experience for your résumé.
…Job search assistance and …

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Loading Dock Gallery Of Earth and Air August 29 – Sept 30, 2018

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 1 from 4 PM to 6 PM

Three talented artists take to the sky, while having their feet planted firmly on the ground, in “Of Earth and Air,” the newest exhibit at the Loading Dock Gallery. Featuring new works by Nancy Barkman, Linda Branch Dunn, and Noel Soucy Of Earth and Air is a multi-media show inspired by natural elements.

Noel Soucy’s alcohol ink paintings are light as air and evoke …

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