Doing good: Southborough mother to race for firefighter’s son

We hear a lot about all the wonderful people who compete in various races to raise money for charity: 5K’s, bike races, marathons, and the like. On Saturday, Southborough mother Linda Ledoux will be one of those people racing for charity, but her race is going to be considerably faster – and louder – than most. Read the full article → from Doing good: Southborough mother to race for firefighter’s son

Doing good: Trottier student raises awareness of world hunger

Trottier sixth grader Kaasinath Balagurnath wants to make a difference in the fight against world hunger. While a fifth grader at Neary, Kaasinath created a team on the UN-sponsored website freerice.com, where he and his fellow students answered trivia questions to earn donations of rice for those in need. At last check, Kaasinath and his team had donated nearly 100,000 grains of rice. Read the full article → from Doing good: Trottier student raises awareness of world hunger

Doing Good: Southborough family holds yard sale on Saturday to raise money for pediatric cancer research

When Southborough third grader Gabrielius Bazikas was 3-1/2 years old, he was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). Now nine years old, Gabi is a cancer survivor and he and his family are giving back to those who helped him get healthy. Read the full article → from Doing Good: Southborough family holds yard sale on Saturday to raise money for pediatric cancer research

Doing Good: Recent cancer survivor to walk her first Relay for Life tomorrow

In the summer of 2011 life was good for Southborough resident Tricia Andron. Married 2-1/2 years, she and husband Lee were practically still newlyweds. They had good jobs and bought a house in Southborough. They had just celebrated their daughter’s first birthday and were planning a family vacation to Greece. Read the full article → from Doing Good: Recent cancer survivor to walk her first Relay for Life tomorrow

Doing good: Southborough native organizes walk to benefit those with heart defects

Southborough native Kim Edgren was born with a congenital heart defect. Throughout her life she’s faced medical procedures and multiple open heart surgeries to manage her condition. On Saturday she will do her part to help the millions of others who like her have been impacted by congenital heart disease. Read the full article → from Doing good: Southborough native organizes walk to benefit those with heart defects

Doing Good: Southborough resident to participate in AngelRide

With the season of charity runs, walks, and rides, upon us, there are no shortage of stories of Southborough residents going above and beyond to do their part for causes they hold near and dear. It began earlier this week when a number of our neighbors braved the heat to run the Boston Marathon for their favorite charity. Read the full article → from Doing Good: Southborough resident to participate in AngelRide

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