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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Wellesley STEM Expo coming in April

The Wellesley Education Foundation’s STEM Expo, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Saturday, April 8, this year. The Expo will be another fun-filled day to inspire the community and bring science, technology, engineering and math to life. Building on the success of the first two STEM Expos, there will...
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Westwood bids 2016 adieu

As a calendar year closes, an opportunity for reflection and remembrance opens. 12 Months. 52 weeks. 366 days (lest we forget, 2016 was a leap-year). Countless stories of highs and lows, victories and defeats, occasions of joy and sadness. Even the smallest and sleepiest of towns could fill thick tomes with their comings and goings over...
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Ornament decoration is holiday fun

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter The Westwood Public Library never lets an opportunity pass to offer a new or unique opportunity to kids. This past Wednesday, the children’s librarians offered kids and their parents the chance to make their own ornaments. While it was definitely a more involved process, it was an incredibly successful...
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Westwood’s new Eagle Scouts

On December 4, David Burke, Nathaniel Reynolds and Kyle Simon became Westwood’s newest Eagle Scouts. In addition to earning at least 21 merit badges, each Scout also conceived and completed a service project in order to attain the rank of Eagle. For his project, David Burke participated in the Veterans History Project through the Library...
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