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Concert Finale a Hit!

Molly's Misfits played their Celtic music to a big crowd last Friday night. People of all ages enjoyed the show on this beautiful evening, and a number of young fiddlers and Irish step dancers accompanied the band. This concert was sponsored by Sean P. Coakley.

Many thanks to all of the local businesses that sponsored the concerts this summer. For a full listing of concerts this summer and their sponsors, visit http://sciwoburn.org/programs/concerts.

Mishawum Choral Society Open Rehearsals

Mishawum Choral Society will be holding open rehearsals throughout the month of September. No auditions. Anyone (especially TENORS, basses and baritones) with experience in choral singing or ability to read music is encouraged to join this wonderful group. Rehearsals every Tuesday 7:30-9:30 in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church in Woburn Center, corner of Main St. (Rt.38) and Winn Street. Donn Hill, Director; Sarah Lafontaine, pianist. For more info, go to website, http://www.mishawumchoral.org or call 781-438-4379.

SCI Hires Flagship Program Director: New Position to Manage AmeriCorps Program

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August 23, 2007
Contact: Mike Sances
781.935.5820 or mike [at] socialcapitalinc [dot] org

SCI Hires Flagship Program Director
New Position to Manage AmeriCorps Program

Woburn-based nonprofit Social Capital Inc. (SCI) announced today that it has hired Crystal Johnson as Flagship Program Director.

Council of Social Concern's Recycling Day

Recycling to Benefit Council of Social Concern

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Food drive to benefit Council of Social Concern this week

Food drive to benefit Council of Social Concern this week -

What does a martial art that includes throws and break falls have to do with hunger and helping families in need? Normally, absolutely nothing, but this week Woburn Aikikai is conducting a food drive as part of its upcoming Aikido seminar on Aug. 25 to benefit the Council of Social Concern Food Pantry in Woburn.

[Woburn Advocate]

Woburn Foreign Motors Helps Out Roxbury Basketball Team

Boston pride continued to build for the Bengals, the city kids whose national basketball win is finally getting noticed.

Yesterday the Roxbury and Dorchester fifth-graders - champs of the Amateur Athletic Union Tournament in July - got the perfect prize for young athletes: new sneakers.

Thanks to the generosity of George Alberecht and George Martell of Woburn Foreign Motors, the Bengals’ 10 team members and three coaches are wearing new Air Jordans.

Click here to read the full story

Neighborhood Day Resources

SCI Woburn is organizing Neighborhood Day 2007 on September 15th-16th. Click here for a list of current Neighborhood Day projects scheduled, to sign up to volunteer, and to submit your own project. Below is a link to some resources for organizers, from the National Neighborhood Day website.

From http://nndresources.squarespace.com/introduction/

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