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Zina Avagyan, Project 351 participant

Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Blake Middle School Principal Nathaniel Vaughn have announced that eighth grade student Zina Avagyan has been named as a participant for this year’s Project 351 service initiative. Avagyan has been selected as Medfield’s student ambassador for Project 351, which brings together one student from each of the 351 communities in Massachusetts...
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Walpole students donate to C2C

As the 2018/19 school year ramps up, the call for clothing and school supplies goes out to the community to connect with children in need. Walpole residents Emma Webb and Jamie Savage helped by running a donation drive in both Walpole and Wellesley school systems at the end of last term. They collected coats, shirts,...
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Walpole students donate to C2C

The seasonal call for clothing and school supplies has gone out to the community to connect with children in need. Walpole residents Emma Webb and Jamie Savage helped by running a donation drive in both Walpole and Wellesley school systems at the end of last term. They collected coats, shirts, pants, sweaters and the like;...
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Locals volunteer for Cradles to Crayons

Team members from Walter & Shuffain, P.C. in Westwood volunteered at Cradles to Crayons in Brighton on June 15 as part of the 8th Annual Massachusetts Society of CPAs Day of Service, an event that encourages MSCPA members to get involved in their community through volunteerism projects. Over 550 MSCPA members participated in volunteer activities...
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Medfield students give, wear hats

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By Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff There are certain ubiquitous rules that one expects to be followed in an elementary school. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. Raise your hand before talking. Hats off inside of the building. Which, of course, makes it all the more shocking when one walks into the Ralph Wheelock School cafeteria and notices...
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Needham Gives Back benefits Cradles to Crayon

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On Saturday, April 2, residents of Needham and surrounding towns will gather in the Needham High cafeteria to create a mock warehouse for the day to organize, sort and pack donations to benefit Cradles to Crayons. 

This will be the eighth annual Needham Gives Back event that, according to a press...

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