Campaign Help

Things are really heating up on the campaign trail. Voters are upset with the status quo on Beacon Hill and don’t feel that we should be paying more in taxes while Massachusetts continues to increase spending, but cut services and raise local taxes. They understand that the only way to change Beacon Hill is to elect new representatives.

North Suburban YMCA Social

June 25, 6:30-7:30 PM in the Teen Room and Mat Room.  Current, new and prospective members are invited to visit the North Suburban YMCA for a fun networking social!  A healthy snack will be served and activities for children will be provided.   R.S.V.P. required at jcrowley@ymcaboston.org or 781-305-2908.

Harvest Fest at Whole Foods

Harvest FestStop by and enjoy all that autumn has to offer! The Woburn Whole Foods is offering a free family event with a focus on the new season.  We'll have cooking demonstrations, harvest recipes, family-friendly activities, and delicious samples. 
In addition, children's musician Dylan Foley will be performing in the

Don't Forget to Vote on Tuesday

voteOn Tuesday, September 22nd Woburn voting booths will be open from 7am - 8pm for the 2009 preliminary election.  Don't forget to exercise your right to vote for Woburn mayor, alderman at large, ward alderman and the five school committee offices.  If you are uncertain on where to go to vote, please click here.



Party beCAUSE – Thursday Microbrew Night (September 24th)

microbrewWant a fun and inexpensive night out with your friends?  Sponsored by Colonial Package Store & Fairways at Woburn Country Club, the Thursday Microbrew Night will feature local brews, appetizers and live entertainment all included for $25!  This event will take place from 6:30 - 9:30pm at the Woburn Country Club.  Sound good?  Pick up your tickets at Colonial Package Store, Woburn Country Club, the Boys & Girls

Did You Catch the Woburn Mayoral Debate?

debateIf you didn't have a chance to catch the Woburn mayoral debate, don't despair.  It will be rerun on the the Woburn public access channel.

Debate Scheduled for Four Woburn Mayoral Candidates


Mark your calendars!  A mayoral debate has been scheduled to take place on Wednesday, September 9th @ Woburn Memorial High School between the four candidates running for Mayor of Woburn: Charles E. Doherty, Scott D. Galvin, Joanna Gonsalves and incumbent Thomas L. McLaughlin.  The doors will open at 7:00PM and the event will start at 7:30PM.  Woburn residents are strongly encouraged to attend, but if you can't make it, the debate will be shown live and then replayed on the Woburn cable channel.

Each candidate will be allowed a set amount of time for opening and closing remarks, as well as one and a half minutes to answer each question posed to them by an undisclosed panel of three.  John Murphy, Senior Vice President and Director of Business Development for Reading Cooperative Bank will be moderating.  This event is being sponsored by the Woburn Business Association, the Woburn Times-Chronicle and the Woburn Public Media Center.

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