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Yoga Reaches Out

Mission: to bring the yoga community together to create seva (selfless service). Through the gift of yoga, Yoga Reaches Out focuses on raising funds for organizations that impact the health, education, and well-being of children.

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Wayland Police solve larceny case

Wayland Town Crier 3/25/17: Kelly Walker charged with stealing jewelry, electronics in Wayland. A Framingham woman already facing gun charges in Middlesex Superior Court is now facing larceny charges connected to a theft earlier this month. Kelly A. Walker, 36, of 79 Phelps Road, will be arraigned in Framingham District Court on May 2,

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One Wayland business fails tobacco compliance check

On Thursday March 23, the Wayland Police Department conducted tobacco compliance checks of local businesses that sell tobacco products. An underage youth was sent into the establishments with instructions to attempt to purchase tobacco without showing any identification. One, of the thirteen establishments checked, sold a tobacco product to the underage youth. Wayland Mobil, 315 Commonwealth Road, will be referred to the Wayland Board of Health for enforcement action. The Wayland Police Department regularly conducts compliance checks at local businesses in an effort to reduce the underage consumption of alcohol or tobacco products.

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, March 24, 2017

ADULT PROGRAMS AND WORKSHOPS:

WAYLAND READS began on March 17! The idea of “one book, one city” originated in 1998 with a Seattle librarian named Nancy Pearl. In the years since, such programs have cropped up in cities, towns, schools, and colleges across the country and the world. Wayland Reads is thus part

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Lincoln educator Patricia Kinsella makes pitch for Wayland superintendent job

Wayland Town Crier 3/24/17: Lincoln educator Patricia Kinsella makes pitch for Wayland superintendent job. As a superintendent, Patricia Kinsella says her job isn’t to be the smartest person in the room. “We are smarter together,” the Lincoln assistant superintendent said. A superintendent, though, should be the hardest worker and responsible, she said.

Holliston administrator makes pitch for Wayland superintendent

Wayland Town Crier 3/22/17: Holliston administrator makes pitch for Wayland superintendent. For Sara Ahern, the hiring process to become a superintendent is a time to already begin forming relationships in a new town. Ahern, who spent Tuesday touring Wayland as she looks to become the district’s next superintendent, said she has already started listening

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Franklin educator Joyce Edwards makes pitch for Wayland superintendent

Wayland Town Crier 3/21/17: Franklin educator Joyce Edwards makes pitch for Wayland superintendent. Joyce Edwards sees Wayland as a town that values education, diversity, inclusion and kindness – many of the characteristics to which she holds dear. But, Edwards, an assistant superintendent in Franklin who spent Monday visiting Wayland, knows she has much more

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‘Purple Table Reservations’ to Accommodate People With Disabilities

NBC Boston 3/20/17: ‘Purple Table Reservations’ to Accommodate People With Disabilities. The Red Raven in Acton, Massachusetts, is the first restaurant to offer “Purple Table Reservations,” a service to accommodate people with disabilities. The service is the brainchild of owner (and Wayland resident) Jennifer Apazidis, whose mother, Linda, died from Alzheimer’s disease in

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