Woburn Advocate

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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.

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WorldFest Woburn was featured in the Woburn Advocate on June 21, 2007. An excerpt of the story is below, featuring a quote from yours truly.

“People were so willing to do outreach, going out to talk to strangers,” Sances said. “They were talking to restaurant owners, asking them to be involved. And it was successful. At this point we’re going to have at least 25 tables aside from musical performances.”

There's lots more. Click here to read the entire article by Megg Crook.