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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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Girl Scouts seek parent volunteers

We are forming Girl Scout troops for all three elementary schools for the fall. We are in need of parent volunteers to help with new Kindergarten Daisy Troops and depending on the school, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-grade troops as well. If you have a rising Kindergartner, 1st, 2nd or 3rd grader interested in Scouting, please join us at an informal, informational wine and cheese reception to meet other interested parents and learn more about what is involved. Please RSVP to Karen Montague at kdm55@verizon.net. Same email If you are unable to attend but interested in Girl Scouting.

CPH June 13 7:00 – 8:00 pm Hosted by Maureen White
HH June 14 7:00 – 8:00 pm Hosted by Anne Lyons
Loker June 19 7:00 – 8:00 pm Hosted by Amy O’Donnell

Help Wayland Residents On Your Schedule

If you’re looking for a vital volunteer role serving your fellow Waylanders that you can do on an “as available” basis, FISH may be just the group for you. Friends in Service Helping – FISH – is a Council on Aging volunteer group that arranges for and provides rides for Wayland residents to medical appointments when they have no other way to get there. FISH volunteers can be drivers or telephone volunteers, working from home to match clients with available drivers. We are looking for more of both! The client is responsible for any tolls or parking expenses. Please see our flyer for more details about FISH, or contact Ann Gordon, Volunteer Coordinator at the Council on Aging, at 508-358-2990 or agordon@wayland.ma.us.

Learn more about Volunteer Opportunites at the COA online here

Learn more about FISH online here

 

Laxapalooza, May 20 at Wayland High School

Laxapalooza is Sunday, May 20, 10am-7pm at the Wayland High School Fields. Just in celebrating Wayland Youth Lacrosse. W-Day is a great event and fundraiser, open to all families – you don’t need to play lacrosse to join the fun:

  • 17 scheduled boys and girls lacrosse games, all ages, all day
  • 7th and 8th grade “switch sticks” game
  • parade of “Future All Americans” K-2 Boys and Girls players
  • Food truck! Burgers, dogs, chicken fingers, sausages, french fries
  • Juniper Farms ice cream truck, 1-3pm
  • Bouncy House
  • Raffles, silent auction baskets, and Wayland Boosters on sale
  • LAX apparel and gear from Brine’s, Titletown and Bay State Bullets on sale
  • Rick’s Cafe, music and other events for all ages

 

Troop 1 Annual Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast

A fun way to end a long weekend is with a delicious breakfast served by friendly faces! Please join us for the 11th annual Boy Scout Troop 1 pancake breakfast on Monday May 28. The breakfast is before the town parade at St. Zepherin’s Rectory (99 Main St). It’s the Troop’s largest community building event and fundraiser of the year. Scouts and leaders will be serving up chocolate chip, blueberry and plain pancakes, sausages, fruit juice, coffee and cocoa. The doors open at 7:30am for the early birds and will end at 10am in time for the parade. The cost is a bargain at $5 per person and $20 per family. Tickets can be purchased in advance from any Boy Scout or look for our tables at Donelan’s and Dunkins/China Rose on weekends. Walk-ins are always welcome. Don’t miss out on a yummy breakfast with friends while supporting your local Troop 1!

Glass Night Light Workshop at Arts Wayland

Night Light created at Tufts Dental School Resident Program

Highlight your day by joining Nancy Rozen in an artistic program that will light up your nights. Handcraft your own unique design glass night-light for a bedroom, dark hallway or bathroom. Receive personal attention in a small group setting where all materials will be provided. You will learn the different uses for various types of art glass; Learn how to cut glass to different shapes and sizes; Learn how to work with various glass art tools

Date/Time Sunday, June 10 from 1-4 pm.
Fee: $85 includes all materials for one nightlight
Level: all levels, no experience necessary
Location: Arts Wayland Studio at Community Arts, 107 Concord Rd (Rte 126) Wayland, MA 01778

Number of participants: 8 min, 10 max

Register: Payment for workshop can be made through PayPal.com to Handsonart22@gmail.com OR directly to Nancy Rozen by check or money order and mailed to 1313 Washington Street #324 Boston, MA 02118. Any questions please call 781-307-7216. Full refund if class is cancelled.

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 is confidential, and everyone is encouraged to take it. You are not required to answer everything or anything, but your help is very much appreciated.

This 100% grant-funded project is being run in collaboration with Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Natick, Southborough, Wayland, Wellesley, and Weston through the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and its local arm, the MetroWest Regional Collaborative (MWRC).

If you have any questions, please contact the project manager, Laurie Zivkovich, MAPC Municipal Services Specialist.

Their survey is online here.

Wayland Buzz spotlight on Wayland’s Water Supply

Development is increasing in town, water restrictions and water conservation have become an annual event, and the aquifer is being called upon to serve more and more users. In 2016 The Buzz spotlighted a record low water level in the aquifer. So we thought we’d revisit this issue and find out where things stand today. Our guests are Board of Public Works Vice-Chair Mike Lowery, DPW Director Tom Holder, and Water Superintendent Don Millette. Beginning Sunday, May 20.

The Buzz airs on Sundays and Tuesdays, at 10am and 6pm on your Public cable channel (Comcast Ch. 8; Verizon Ch. 37).  And online on-demand anytime at http://WayCAM.tv/buzz