DIGHTON — Town Administer Michael Mullen and Executive Director of the Dighton Council on Aging Anabela Powell are pleased to welcome new Council on Aging team members and announce the expansion of comprehensive COA programming for senior residents.
MEDWAY — Principal John Murray is pleased to share that 20 Medway High School students participated in the fifth annual Veterans Project, talking with local military veterans about their service, and then sharing those stories at a community event.
DIGHTON — Town Administrator Michael Mullen, together with the Dighton Board of Selectmen and Council on Aging Board of Directors, is pleased to welcome Anabela ‘Bela’ Powell as the Town of Dighton’s new Executive Director of the Dighton Council on Aging.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Council on Aging (COA) Director Karen Gregory are pleased to share that the Marion Select Board has approved plans to pilot a food pantry for Marion residents.
SWANSEA/SOMERSET — Swansea Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein, Somerset Town Administrator Richard Brown and Public Health Nurse for the Towns of Swansea and Somerset Emily Lachance are pleased to announce that the Towns of Somerset and Swansea will co-host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for anyone currently eligible to receive the vaccine this weekend.
NEWBURYPORT — Mayor Donna D. Holaday is pleased to announce that Paula Burke has been hired as the new Council on Aging director.
IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon report that Town Hall and the Council on Aging will temporarily close to the public and begin providing in-person services by appointment only next week due to a rise in cases of COVID-19 in the community.
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Town Manager Robert Nunes would like to inform Middleborough residents that public buildings and town offices will reopen for business beginning next Monday, June 22.
Superintendent Armand Pires and High School Principal Dr. John Murray are pleased to share that Medway High School students recently had the opportunity to learn about the lives and service of local military veterans and to share those stories with the community.
PEPPERELL — A new initiative launching this Friday will help first responders locate individuals prone to wandering and becoming lost.