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Medfield girls stand for Australia

Australia is facing an unprecedented national crisis, as bushfires have spread across the nation. Over 20 people have been killed, 1,500 homes destroyed, and an estimated 1 billion animals may have perished. Across the country, over 10 million hectares of Australian land has been burned to the ground. Over 1 billion animals have lost their lives...
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St. Dunstan’s cares for the homeless

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter With the weather turning bitterly cold, extra attention should be given to the needs of the homeless in Boston and surrounding communities. This week, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church used its Dover Unplugged night to help care for these people by packaging over 140 backpacks full of supplies they need...
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Broadmeadow kids slice, dice and donate

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter While getting kids to eat vegetables may be difficult, apparently (when it’s for a good cause, at least) getting kids to cut them is not. That was the case on Saturday morning, when kids and parents from Broadmeadow School gathered for Pare and Share, a vegetable-cutting event sponsored...
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Specialized item recycling, Oct. 19-20

The Dover Recycling Committee is offering free recycling for specialized items on Saturday, October 19, and Sunday, October 20, at the Transfer Station on Powisset Street. This will include a Food Drive to benefit local emergency food pantry A Place To Turn. Items for recycling are accepted only from Dover residential property – nothing is...
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NHS Boosters Club readies sticker drive

The Needham High School Boosters Club’s annual sticker drive fundraiser begins the weekend of September 21. NHS student athletes will fan out all over Needham’s neighborhoods, knocking on doors, asking residents for a contribution to help support the school’s 75 athletic teams and 10 clubs. With any donation, they will receive a Rockets sticker as...
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PTC Corp recognized for generosity

In April, PTC Corporation was recognized at Needham High School (NHS) for their $30,000 donation over five years in support of the Da Vinci Workshop. Five years ago, PTC Corporation committed to funding the creation of this innovation space. PTC Corporation has been a strong advocate for STEM education, and their contribution in conjunction with...
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MFi announces Medfield community grants

The Medfield Foundation (MFi) Legacy Fund Board of Directors has announced the donation of grants, totaling $20,000, to three nonprofits serving the Medfield community. The Legacy Fund is an initiative of the Medfield Foundation that invests in local non-profits that build a strong and vibrant community.  The first grants awarded by the Legacy Fund, founded in...
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NEF announces Gift for Education Cards

Members of the community are invited to honor a special teacher or VIP in their child’s life by making a donation in his or her name to the Needham Education Foundation (NEF). Gift for Education Cards make it simple to show gratitude, while providing vital support for the funding of NEF grants which allow both...
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Food Cupboard encourages Giving Tuesday donations

With a week left in November and Giving Tuesday (Tuesday, November 27) only a few days away, the Medfield Food Cupboard is asking that residents include them in their annual end-of-year giving plans and help continue their mission of providing food to Medfield individuals and families in need. Each tax-deductible donation received will help feed...
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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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TSARC closing swap area for season

The Transfer Station and Recycling Committee (TSARC) announced that they will be closing the popular swap area at the Medfield Transfer Station on Saturday, September 29, at noon. Donated items may be dropped off until Friday, September 28, at 2:30 p.m. “Medfield is fortunate to have one of the largest municipal swap areas in the state,...
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