Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Announces Upcoming Correction Officer Exam

BILLERICA, Mass. – Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian has announced the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office opened registration for its 2021 correction officer class on Monday, April 19.

“The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is a recognized national leader in the field of corrections,” said Sheriff Koutoujian.  “We are looking for candidates who share our team’s commitment to service, professional excellence, enhancing public safety and reducing recidivism.  If you share these values and goals and want to make a difference in the …

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Some good news for a change.  

     On Saturday, April 24 at 9 am, we will hold our Annual Inside/Outside Clean-up at the Little Red Schoolhouse, (on Route 113). If you’d like to help, please contact Sue Psaledakis at 978 649-6005 or suepsal@aol.com. Troop 28 Scouts will be there with their great enthusiasm and hard work.

     Then, Sunday, May 2 at dawn we will welcome back the members of the “New Hampshire Power of …

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518 Main St, Dunstable, MA 01827 www.dunstablechurch.org Pastor Bobby Ross   pastorbobby@dunstablechurch.org 978-649-6251

 DECC is a welcoming church at the heart of the Dunstable community.  “We gather to glorify God, to Grow in Christ and to live the gospel in the world.”

We are grateful to be able to join in worship and learning with technology and well-spaced seating in our building, and we welcome all who wish to participate. If you would like to join …

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Beneficiary Designation Mistakes to Avoid By Edward H. Adamsky

Remember that your Will or Trust only controls assets that are not controlled in some other way. Many of your assets pass by Beneficiary Designation rather than through the terms or your Will or Trust. The common ones are Life Insurance and Retirement Accounts. You can also name beneficiaries on bank accounts with the ITF designation (a misnomer as it stands for “In Trust For,” but is really just a beneficiary designation) and you can …

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Planning for a Child with a Disability By Edward H. Adamsky

            As a parent of a child with a disability you may be anxious when thinking about your passing. It requires careful thought and planning. The choices available may impact not only your child with a disability but your other children and grandchildren. The needs of the child with a disability must be considered but the needs and desires of the other family members cannot be overlooked.

            You will want to consider the government …

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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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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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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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