LOWELL — Acting Superintendent Barry Golner and the Lowell Police Department are pleased to share that the Department held its second annual Youth Outreach Day on Wednesday with support from law enforcement and community partners.
LOWELL — Acting Superintendent Barry Golner is pleased to announce that the Lowell Police Youth Services Program is offering a free Ultimate Frisbee program to Lowell youth in grades 5 to 8.
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WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) sponsored two conferences at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical School featuring Dr. Adolph Brown.
LOWELL — Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson would like to invite the community to a day of fun for city families as the Lowell Police Department hosts a youth outreach event featuring video games, pizza, shaved ice, carnival games and more.