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Last year’s Impact Woburn Healthy Communities planning process identified increasing arts & cultural opportunities as a top priority. As a result, we are pleased to announce the new Woburn Arts & Culture Today collaborative project. This will help enhance existing arts & cultural opportunities and create new events that use the arts as a community building tool. Plans for the project include coffee houses, an artist directory and arts & culture calendar.

Thanks to committee member David Eggleton for his work on getting this initiative started and to Impress Graphics for their logo design work. We look forward to working with all of our collaborating partners on this project. For more information or to get involved, contact Andrew by clicking here. This project is funded by a Healthy Communities grant from CHNA 15 and Lahey Clinic.

 

 

Hi everyone, this is Andrew, live from our table at the Woburn Business Association Expo at the Woburn Hilton. Here we will be engaging businesses and organizations that stop by our table and we will be showcasing this website. This is an exciting endeavor and I look forward to seeing all the people I will get to meet tonight.

Hello everyone, I am currently at the Hilton Hotel in Woburn, at the site of the WBA Expo and Dinner.

This is where we will be working from on Wednesday evening, and we hope to see you there.

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Heather Gately, Andrew Gibson, Caitlin O'Reilly and Dirk Slagmolen to the SCI AmeriCorps team! It is great to see these four young adults take pride in and give back to the community that gave them roots. It is refreshing to know that young people are still interested to civic engagement and helping others. I look forward to working with all of them as we invest and build SOCIAL CAPITAL!

Thanks to all who participated in the 2007 Neighborhood Day!

Andrew, Heather, Caitlin, & Dirk
From left to right: Andrew Gibson, Heather Gately, Caitlin O'Reilly, and Dirk Slagmolen.

Welcome to our four new AmeriCorps members who have started their ten months of service in Woburn.