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Whether you'd like to grab a good lunch, a light dinner, a hearty gourmet meal, or simply enjoy a beer or glass of wine with friendly folk, I'd highly recommend visitng the Tanner Tavern of Main Street (across from Cousins). Their wide menu has something good for everyone, and the local talk is there too for sports, politics, events, etc. They are a great addition to downtown Woburn, providing local fare with a local flair!

Want the best breakfast in town? I have been in Woburn since 1978 and the best breakfast in town is and always has been obtained at Cousins downtown. They open early and close just after lunch. They use to be a 7 day a week operation but even Betty and Dave need a day off so they are no longer open on Sunday. This is a family owned and operated restaurant with everyone from sons/ daughters/ cousins/ neices/ nephews and grand kids waiting on you. If you stop in say hello to Billy or Betty as they are the only two that do the cooking! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED! PM

I've started to see a few trees change colors already by the pond, and Labor Day is just around the cornder. With that, of course, it's back to school time next week. Did you have a good summer? Looking forward to the fall? Share your views with your fellow community members by adding a comment.

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 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.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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.

Recycling to Benefit Council of Social Concern

Saturday, September 15, 2007