Please help us find a Living Donor for our Dad, Joe Doviak.

Our Dad, Joe Doviak along with five of his main reasons he continues to battle this disease and keep his hopes up a kidney will come his way. Please help us find a Living Donor!

PLEASE SHARE AND HELP US FIND A LIVING DONOR!

     It’s hard to believe that it has been a year since starting our campaign to find a kidney for our Dad. We are still searching and praying for a match and …

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Friends of the Thayer Memorial Library Annual Book Sale

The Friends of the Thayer Memorial Library will hold its Annual Book Sale at Lancaster’s old Town Hall at 695 Main Street on Saturday, October 5th,  9am – 4pm and on, Sunday, October 6th, 12 – 4 pmAlso on Friday, October 4th, 3 – 7 pm, there will be a Members only Preview Sale. If you would like to attend the Preview Sale and are not already …

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You are invited to the opening of the Frank R. Mooney Nashua Tool Exhibit Saturday, September 28, 2019 2:00 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Nashua Historical Society, 5 Abbott Street, Nashua

Frank R. Mooney is a lifelong resident of Nashua and an avid collector of Nashua memorabilia.  The Nashua Historical Society is the fortunate recipient of his vast tool collection.

In addition to being able to see this collection for the first time, Philip C. Lowe, the owner and director of the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts, will share his knowledge of the tools and demonstrate how they were used. 

Philip has been involved with woodworking since …

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G.S. TROOP 68085 HOSTS Tyngsborough Hikes Day

This will be held on Saturday, October 5 (rain date Oct. 12) Explore Tyngsborough’s 5 Hiking Trails.

Meet at the Trail Head for a Guided Tour 8:00 a.m.  Shady Glade – Power Walk – park on Primrose Lane by Trail Head 10:00 a.m.  Hunter Trail – Scavenger Hunt – off River Road, parking lot past RR tracks Noon  Long Pond – History Hike – Autumn Street, park at the end of the cul de sac …

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POND ST./PLEASANT ST. WATER MAIN INSTALLATION

Dunstable Water Dept (DWD) / Bd of Water Commissioners (BWC)

Project timeline at least 8 weeks (through Nov. 13)

Work will be done between the hours of 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Dunstable Police will manage the traffic control during the project

DWD customers will experience some impact on the water service. The project will install new curb stop / service line equipment at the point of the residence connection to the water main. Notifications …

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Mosquitoes and ticks are more than pests. They can carry diseases which can make you very sick.

Establish good mosquito avoidance habits now 

• Teach children to be aware of mosquito activity around them and avoid it • Pick a repellent with an EPA-approved active ingredient  • Use long sleeves to cover up when possible  • Remove standing water to help reduce mosquito populations  • Repair screens 

Preventing Disease Spread by Ticks

Ticks are most commonly found in grassy, brushy, or wooded areas. They only attach when you come into direct contact …

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Town of Tyngsborough Elderly and Disabled Taxation Aid Fund – What is it and how can you contribute? – by the Citizens Taxation Aid Committee

            If you have ever looked at the bottom-third section of your quarterly real estate bill, you would have seen a chance to donate to the Elderly and Disabled Taxation Aid Fund.  This fund was established at a Special Town Meeting back in October 2003 when the voters of Tyngsborough adopted Massachusetts General Law Ch. 60, Sec. 3D which authorizes voluntary contributions to defray a portion of the real estate taxes of the town’s elderly …

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The Groton-Dunstable Special Education Parent Advisory Council with generous funding from the Town of Groton Commissioners of Trust Funds Presents: RAISING RESILIENT CHILDREN and TEENS Featuring Robert Brooks, Ph.D.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2019   6:30-8:30 pm  At Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School Performing Arts Center, 344 Main St., Groton, MA

Psychologist, Author, Parenting Expert & Speaker   A faculty member of Harvard Medical School, Dr. Brooks is one of the country’s leading parenting experts and authors on resilience, self-esteem, motivation and family relationships. Dr. Brooks will provide effective strategies for nurturing resilience, self-esteem, self-discipline, responsibility, and empathy, to help kids deal more effectively with the stress and pressure of today’s complicated, ever-changing …

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Invasive Plants are a Serious Issue! by Sustainability Tyngsborough member Amy Pozerski

Invasive plants are not typically on most people’s radar. However, as climate change continues to progress, now is when we need to start taking this topic seriously. Invasive plants are always non-native to our area and most times very aggressive. These plants are prolific in large part because their natural predators don’t live here, and if nothing is feeding on these plants, their population can explode quickly. This, in turn, crowds out native plants that …

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Merrimack Valley Library Consortium Surpasses Two Million Ebook, Audiobook and Magazine Checkouts

Milestone for digital checkouts achieved through the award-winning Libby app

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. – September 5, 2019 – Public libraries, the cornerstones of their communities for hundreds of years, have evolved to accommodate the age of digital connectivity. Today, Merrimack Valley Library Consortium (MVLC) announced that their libraries exceeded a record-breaking two million digital ebook, audiobook and magazine checkouts for the first time. This accomplishment illustrates the continued growth and importance of libraries to the community.…

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Fitness Hiking Mondays and/or Fridays 9-11 am through May 1, 2020 at Beaver Brook

Beaver Brook Trails and many other area trails “..the moment my legs begin to move, my thoughts begin to flow, ” said Henry David Thoreau. Regular walking in nature reduces stress, anxiety, and improves the immune system, and nervous system. Join BBA guides and many other fun people that will become your new friends for regular aerobic trail walking. Learn your way around Beaver Brook trails and discover many other great trails in the region …

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NEWHOUSE WILDLIFE RESCUE

Nonprofit Organization   Founded in November 2018

A licensed safe haven for orphaned or injured local wildlife. It is our goal to rehabilitate these animals so they can be released into the wild. Call 978-413-4085

m.me/NewhouseWildlifeRescue janeseeker@gmail.com

http://NewhouseWildlifeRescue.org

https://facebook.com/pg/NewhouseWildlifeRescue
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THE NASHUA COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION 2019-2020 SEASON IS HERE!

Friday, November 1st will bring us Tajci’s Waking Up in America (Those Were the Days)) in a new musical cabaret style show of the American Songbook.  Tatiana “Tajci” Cameron is an award-winning music artist from Croatia with international flair.  She is joined by her sister, Los Angeles-based actress/singer Sanya Mateyas, and keyboardist extraordinaire Brian Hanson.

On Friday, February 28, Judy Pancoast, singer, songwriter and recording artist, will perform All My Best Memories: Built by The

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GROTON DUNSTABLE SCHOOLS NEED SEPAC REPRESENTATIVES

We are looking to see who might be willing to be a SEPAC representative for each of the buildings this year.  As always, this is basically just a contact point.  If the person wants more information or you are unsure of something you can always pass them on to the SEPAC board for support.

Let us know what you feel comfortable with doing – or if you want to help out again.  We will need …

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Red Cross Shortage of type O blood

Right now, the Red Cross has a critical shortage of type O blood – the most needed blood type in the hospital. Type O negative is the universal blood type and what emergency room personal reach for in the most serious situations when there is not time to determine a patient’s blood type. Donors are encouraged to schedule a blood donation appointment today by using the Blood Donor App, by visiting RedCrossBlood.org, or …

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COMING UP AT INDIAN HILL

CELTIC JAM: Enjoy a lively set of Celtic tunes followed by a casual jam session with Laurel Martin, fiddle; Mark Roberts, flute; and Jim Prendergast, guitar. Bring your instrument to sit in and play, or just come to listen. Friday, October 4 at 7:30pm, 36 King Street, Littleton, MA. TICKETS: $10 (Free for Indian Hill Music students) Learn more: (978) 486-9524 or www.indianhillmusic.org.

CHAMBER MUSIC AT INDIAN HILL: 
Classical duo with pianist Monica Tessitore …

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TYNGSBOROUGH COUNCIL ON AGING, 169 Westford Rd., Tyngsborough 978-649-9211

You may be interested in “STITCHERS” meet on Mondays from 1 – 2:30pm in the Arts and Crafts room at the Tyngsborough Council on Aging. Our purpose is to supply knitwear to those in need.  They service the Battered Women’s Shelter, Alternative House, My Father’s House, Pregnancy Care Center, Circle Health Hospice Care, and Able to Serve. This season we are working with the Dracut Senior Center Knitters Group to meet the need.  …

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CHELMSFORD CATHOLIC COLLABORATIVE

BINGO: EVERY Thursday Night! St. John the Evangelist Church. 115 Middlesex Street, North Chelmsford. Doors open at 3:00 pm… first game at 6:45 pm. Intermission, door prizes, raffle and hot food. Air-conditioned, well-lit parking lot and elevator

DAILY MASS SCHEDULESt. Mary: Mon-Fri at 7 am. 2nd and 4th Saturday at 9 am. St. John: Mon – Fri at 9 am. 1st and 3rd Saturday at 9 …

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