Instead of another news roundup, I’m rounding up images of residents this spring. Images cover community volunteerism, young athletes, special school events, a senior outing and party and fundraising fun. Some were contributed. Others I tracked down through social media.
Rather than posting all of the photos directly, I shared most through embedded Facebook albums. You can click links below to open those.
Now, here’s a look back at earlier this spring in town, starting with the most recent events.
Last weekend, young baseball players and families braved the on and off again rain to celebrate Little League’s opening day:
The prior weekend, community volunteers pitched in to clean up the Town through the Rotary Club’s annual Earth Day event:
A week before that, 5th graders dove into history through Neary’s annual Colonial Day celebration. Prior to posting a photo from the fun (right) they posted a video previewing the 5th grade band practicing for the day’s parade.
The day before, 2nd graders invited in parents for Woodward’s “Hands Around the World”, a celebration of students’ heritage:
In March, SEF held a Family Feud-style fundraiser that drew in families of Finn and Woodward students to see their teachers face off. The event raised a lot of money to fund innovative educations initiatives in Southborough schools. (photos by Rachel Truman Photography)
In between, the Senior Center offered a bus trip to Wright’s Chicken Farm. Judging by the pictures, travelers got into the spirit.
Spirits were also clearly high at the Senior Center’s St. Patty’s Day celebration a few weeks earlier.
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