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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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HATS OFF Donation Campaign for Wayland Public Schools Foundation

Thinking about year-end teacher gifts? Looking for a way to acknowledge a special teacher or staff member? HATS Off is the answer!

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Join the Fun at Outdoor Summer Concert Series

Wayland’s 7th annual free Summer Community Concert Series begins Thursday, June 14 at 7pm in the Town Building courtyard and continues on the follow…

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Registration Open for Summer Baseball Programs for Boys and Girls

Registration is currently open for all Wayland Little League summer baseball programs. With leagues available for boys and girls at all ability levels…

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MAPC and MWRC seek residents' opinions on Town Meeting

Your town, along with other MetroWest communities, wants to know what you think about Town Meeting and how Town Meeting might be improved. This survey…

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Registration Now Available for Youth in Philanthropy Summer Institute

Do you know a middle or high school student in MetroWest looking for something fun to do this summer while giving back to the community? Registration …

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Sense of Adventure Camp for Children

Credit: Rabbi Katy Allen

Children in grades 2nd – 5th grade, or those who turned six by May 1st are welcome to register today for One Earth Collaborative’s Sense of Wonder Forest Adventure that will be held July 9th – July 13th, from 9am to 1pm each day.

Rabbi Katy Allen and her

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Timing of start time decision in Wayland unclear

Metrowest Daily News 6/20/18: Timing of start time decision in Wayland unclear. The School Committee has heard five suggestions for later start times at the middle and high schools, but when a decision on the practice will be made remains unclear. “I’m not certain when the committee will decide this. It’s possible it could

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Wayland’s Rod and Jack Fletcher join up on the court to win a USA Volleyball Open National Championship

Wayland Town Crier 6/17/18: Wayland’s Rod and Jack Fletcher join up on the court to win a USA Volleyball Open National Championship. It was Father’s Day on June 17, but one group of volleyball players young and old got going on the festivities about a month early. Over Memorial Day weekend, former Wayland boys

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Wayland homeowners on private roads can challenge plow decision

Wayland Town Crier 6/17/18: Wayland homeowners on private roads can challenge plow decision. A month after selectmen decided to remove 11 private roads and two private driveways from the town’s plow list, affected residents are being given a chance to appeal. Selectmen set a deadline of July 15 to submit appeals. Decisions will be

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Spotlight on The Wayland Library: Now What?

In our final program of this season, Aida Gennis, Chair of the Board of Library Trustees, contemplates what the options might be going forward. We won’t be building a new library any time soon, but we’ll talk about what’s being talked about to meet some of the objectives of the original proposal.

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Wayland School Committee to see options for school start times

Wayland Town Crier 6/17/18: Wayland School Committee to see options for school start times. After years of discussion, the School Committee will finally have a choice of possible solutions for a later start time at the middle and high schools. The discussion dates back to at least 2004, when a town task force concluded

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News and Announcements from the Wayland Library, June 16, 2018

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Documentary and Talk: The Chinese Exclusion Act. The Act is the only federal legislation in United States history to single out a specific race and nationality for exclusion from immigration and citizenship. Following a lengthy excerpt from this new PBS film, Professor Emma Teng will offer comments. Teng is the T.T. and Wei

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