The Tyngsborough Scholarship Trust’s 18th annual Holiday Marketplace will be held on November 7th at the Tyngsborough Elementary school. Don’t wait until black Friday to start your holiday shopping – join us at this event and shop from local vendors! Our event features local exhibitors of handcrafted items, gifts, and decorative items, as well as business services and representatives of the home based business work force. Exhibitors wishing to reserve a table …Read more
Tyngsborough Public Schools – School Committee
It is that time of year again, and the Tyngsborough Public School’s sponsored Adopt-A-Family program is beginning its annual efforts as we approach the 2021 holiday season.
The Adopt-A-Family program has been in existence for over forty-five years and provides assistance to needy families within our community during the holidays. The continued goal of the program is to assist those in need within our community by providing a meal, …Read more
The Friends of the Tyngsboro Elderly, Inc. a 501 C3 Non Profit (Formally, Friends of the Council on Aging) was established in 1984 to defray the cost of programs, activities, luncheons, and lectures as well as assist in payment of capitol expenditures. To date the Friends of the Tyngsboro Elderly, Inc have donated $47,000 for those expenditures in the new building.
Membership dues are $10 per year. Forms are available at the senior center …Read more
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