"Majestic Montana" Lecture

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Tue, 03/13/2012 - 6:30pm
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On Tuesday, March 13, there will be a lecture: "Majestic Montana" in the Joyce Middle School Auditorium.  This lecture is part of the Burbeen Free Lecture Series.  Admission is free; the lecture begins at 6:30pm.  

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

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Join Woburn Residents Environmental Network (WREN) weekly walks around Horn Pond in Woburn!  Enjoy the view, watch for birds and other wildlife, and meet others who appreciate and care about Woburn's natural ares, while helping keep the area beautiful for everyone to enjoy.

Meet WREN members Rod Flynn, Lisa Weiss, and others on Saturday mornings at 9am at Ice House Park on Sturgis Street.

For more information about WREN events or to join the weekly walks, email Rod Flynn at fvirgos01801@aol.com.  

Coupon Class Fundraiser

On Tuesday, March 27 at 6:00pm, St. Charles School will host "How to Shop for Free", a coupon class taught by coupon expert Kathy Spencer.
Kathy is author of the book, How to Shop for Free: Shopping secrets for smart women who love to get something for nothing and star of the PBS special, How to Shop for Free.
Gather all of your bargain-loving friends and come out for a night that will change your life, one coupon at a time! Kathy will share her secrets on how to shop for free. Learn to combine store promotions, coupons, rewards programs, and store credits to maximize savings.

Food Pantry Seeks Gardening Help

A Letter to the Editor from Karen Colatrella, Food Pantry Director

Last year, the Woburn Community Gardens, sponsored by the Woburn Conservation Commission, was kind enough to provide two plots for Council of Social Concern’s Food Pantry.  A volunteer spearheaded the whole idea, provided the seeds and planted the crops.  When he moved out of state, two other volunteers stepped up to water, weed, harvest and deliver the produce to the Food Pantry.  Needless to say, this was an incredible amount of work, and these three amazing individuals have our undying gratitude!
I can’t tell you how much it meant to our Food Pantry clients from Woburn and Winchester to have fresh produce available last summer.  Because it is expensive to purchase, it was a real luxury to have this healthy, nutritious food available at their Food Pantry visits.  Winchester Hospital also participated by providing recipes and suggestions for using the vegetables that were harvested.

Winter Farmers Market

Spence Farm

Have you had a chance to go to the Winter Farmers Market at Spence Farm?  


The Woburn Farmers Market provides local farmers, bakers, vineyards, artisans and performers a venue to sell and showcase their goods, crafts and work.


Stop by this the Spence Farm Farm Stand, 41 Wyman Street, this Sunday between 10am and 2pm to see what the market holds for you!

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Do you have a skill to teach?

NuPath Inc. is looking for volunteers to teach classes to adults living with developmental disabilities.  This is a great opportunity to share your talent with others and make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve.  Examples of classes needed are: photography, painting, money management, computer skills, cooking, etc. (the sky is the limit!)

Classes can be held during weekdays, evenings, or weekends depending on the volunteer’s schedule.  Although availability for multiple classes is preferred, we will gladly accommodate a volunteer who want to teach a one-time class.

For more information, contact NuPath Inc. at (781)935-7057 ext.3092.

Annual $20,000 Pot of Gold Raffle

The Boys & Girls Club of Woburn is holding their Annual $20,000 Pot of Gold Raffle.  Tickets are $100 and the Grand Prize will be drawn at the St. Patrick’s Day Social on March 17 at the Boys & Girls Club of Woburn.  There are a limited number of tickets still available; contact the club today to get yours!


All net proceeds go to support your Boys & Girls Club.  For the raffle form and more details please visit The Boys & Girls Club of Woburn website at www.positive-place.org.


The Boys & Girls Club of Woburn is a non-profit organization serving children and teens in Woburn and surrounding communities. Their mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

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