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First Parish hosts anti-racism vigil

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Closing in on the one year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, First Parish Unitarian Universalist held an anti-racism vigil, to both “honor those who have lost their lives due to the devastating effects of racism,” and “support those who have dealt with the impacts of...

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Resker and Clare, Eagle Scouts

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff For the last 13 years, Henry Resker and Maxwell Clare of Islington’s Troop 1 have worked their way to the highest honor of Scouting. As of Saturday, June 1, the boys are officially Eagle Scouts. The rank is achieved by four of every 100 scouts. It requires hundreds...
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This Old Town: The Hero of Medfield

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This Memorial Day, Medfield will again assemble to honor those from this little town who went off to war and gave the ultimate sacrifice to their country. The parade will start behind Town Hall and march to Baxter Park with honor ceremonies, including an address by Navy veteran and Medfield High School class...
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Woman’s Club celebrates COA choir debut

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On Thursday, December 7, Westwood's COA choir gave their first performance at the Westwood Woman's Club Christmas party. Carol Abel recently organized the group of twelve women with well-known guest tenor soloist Duane Sullivan. Carol's exquisite piano accompaniment directed the singers with polished charm and bubbling energy. Together they provided an afternoon of rich...
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The First Parish Church of Westwood to Begin Construction

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For everything there is a time and a season, and First Parish of Westwood, United Church is excited to announce that the time for building their long-awaited addition has finally arrived. Extending off the back of its historic Meeting House on Nahatan Street, this addition will create new spaces for education, worship,...
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