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Non-Profit Spotlight: Sudbury Valley Trustees

Mission: Sudbury Valley Trustees is a regional land trust that conserves land and protects wildlife habitat in the Concord, Assabet, and Sudbury river basin for the benefit of present and future generations.

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Wayland Police introduce Internet Purchase Exchange Location

Chief Robert Irving is pleased to announce that the Wayland Police Department has established an “Internet Purchase Exchange Location” in the parking …

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Children's Holiday Shoppe, November 30

Monday, November 30, 3:30-5:30pm
Wayland Town Building Gym.  (Please enter through the decorated doors!)

For children in Grades K-5.  Children, make a list of those special people that you would like to surprise with a gift this holiday season. Select those special gifts at the Shoppe and then v…

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Who Needs It? Higher Education in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities

Who Needs It?  Higher Education in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities with Antoinette Hays, Ph.D.    On Tuesday, December 1, at 7:30 p.m. …

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Wayland Center's Holiday Open House, December 6

Wayland Center’s Annual Holiday Open House at the Grout Heard House, 12 Cochituate Road, December 6, 2-5 pm

Music, refreshments, decorations by the…

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Wayland Community Fund Surpasses $500,000 in help to Wayland Residents

Since December 1997, The Wayland Community Fund has provided half a million dollars in short-term financial help to people in Wayland.  Assisting with rent, utilities, particularly heating oil, food, medical expenses, children’s’ clothing, and many other items, the WCF has, for the past 18 years, se…

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Mahoney's seeking donations for Trees for Troops

Donate a real Christmas Tree to a Military family for $30

Imagine somewhere on the other side of the world, a group of U.S. troop…

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Kids Night Out, Saturday, December 5

Saturday, December 5, 6-10pm.  For grades K-7 at the WHS Field House. Isn’t it time for a Kids Night Out? (Okay it’s really Parents Night Out too!) Kids will be supervised by the Wayland High School Varsity Boys Lacrosse Team. The fun will include: organized games, dinner, crafts, board games, movie…

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Raytheon to update Wayland residents on cleanup

Boston Globe 11/29/15: Raytheon to update Wayland residents on cleanup. The annual Public Involvement Plan meeting for the Raytheon site on Boston Post Road in Wayland is scheduled to take place in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room in the Wayland Town Building at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3. Raytheon’s representatives and consultants will provide an

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Student Privacy Rights and Data Security In Wayland Public Schools

Wayland Public Schools provides a laptop computer to every Middle School and High School student – a significant benefit. All of these computers are monitored by Wayland Public Schools, however, and every keystroke can be recorded. Education, health care, mental health and behavior data are also stored on School servers and computers. How is your

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The cost of energy savings

Wayland Town Crier 11/26/15: The cost of energy savings. As municipalities move to more energy efficient LED streetlights to improve public safety and lower utility bills, not all area residents are enjoying the change.

Internet Safety for 4th and 5th Graders presented at Happy Hollow

Christy Harvey - Claypit Principal, Brian Jones - Loker Principal, Jane Purser - WaylandCares Program Coordinator, Jason Verhoosky - WaylandCares Director, Jim Lee - Principal Happy Hollow

Christy Harvey – Claypit Principal, Brian Jones – Loker Principal, Jane Purser – WaylandCares Program Coordinator, Jason Verhoosky – WaylandCares Director, Jim Lee – Principal Happy Hollow

WaylandCares and Elementary PTO’s partnered together to present an Internet Safety presentation to over 200 4th and 5th grades and their parents at Happy Hollow School

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WCPA’s Annual Holiday Cookie Party, December 16

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In the Wayland Town Building Large Hearing Room, 3-4:30pm

Do your kids love to decorate with icing? Do you dread the inevitable sticky fingers and sugary mess? Spare yourself the cleanup without depriving them of the fun at the WCPA’s Annual Holiday Cookie Party! Mingle with other moms and dads while your little ones

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Applications now available for Youth in Philanthropy program this spring in Sudbury

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Do you know of a MetroWest high school student who is interested

Enhancing their leadership skills? Developing their financial literacy skills? Improving their ability to speak in public? Learning presentation skills? Understanding the needs in their own backyard? Making a positive impact on their community? Granting $10,000 to local nonprofit organizations of their choice?

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Alzheimer’s Expert to present latest findings on Dementia at Carriage House



WHAT: Avita at Carriage House, a Northbridge Companies memory care community, and Dr. Robert Stern, Director of the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center, will host “Reasons for Hope,” a special

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