Undecking the halls: Boy Scouts offer tree removal

Packing away the ornaments and unstringing the lights is your job, but get your tree to the curb and the Boy Scouts will do the rest. The Scouts will pick up trees on the next two Saturdays – January 3rd and 10th. You can make an appointment by sending email to troop1trees@gmail.com. Include your name, Read the full article → from Undecking the halls: Boy Scouts offer tree removal

How you can help: The gift of custom photography

(This is the latest in a series of posts about ways you can help those in need this holiday season.) During the holidays we’re used to donating toys and food, clothing and gift cards. But here’s your chance to give one deserving family something that will last a lifetime: preserved memories. Southborough photographer Nancy Gould Read the full article → from How you can help: The gift of custom photography

How you can help: Toy donation at the Fire Station

Colin Hartnett, with his brother Dustin and sister Grace, drop off toys at the Southborough Fire Department. (Photo courtesy of the Southborough Fire Department) (This is the latest in a series of posts about ways you can help those in need this holiday season.) All 8-year-old Colin Hartnett wanted for Christmas was toys. Sounds pretty Read the full article → from How you can help: Toy donation at the Fire Station

How you can help: Holiday Giving Program

(This is the first in a series of posts about ways you can help those in need this holiday season.) “It’s hard to be a kid who needs in Southborough.” That from a woman who should know. As director of Southborough Youth & Family Services, Laurie Sugarman-Whittier has worked closely with Southborough kids and families Read the full article → from How you can help: Holiday Giving Program

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