Concerned about corner of Lowell and Washington? Meet city reps on August 3, 5:30 p.m.

On Thursday, August 3, at 5:30 p.m., representatives from City Traffic/Transportation departments will be on hand at the corner of Lowell and Washington Streets in Newtonville to hear neighbors' concerns about that intersection. Some residents have suggested there is a need for a left-only light when heading east on Washington.

Please join this meeting if you are interested, and share this information with friends and neighbors.

Emily Norton

Newton Ward 2 Councilor

www.emilynorton.org

Office (617) 795-0362

From the school nurse: Share stories this summer

Think about taking time this summer to share stories. Do your kids know how their parents met? The story of when they were born? Where their grandparents grew up?

Summertime often means less scheduled days, visits with extended family members, and perhaps a family vacation. This time of longer days opens the door to opportunities to tell stories. And telling these stories just may make a difference in your child’s health and well-being.

Join Ride for Food on September 24 to benefit Centre Street Food Pantry

Be part of the Centre Street Food Pantry team and help raise funds to provide good, nutritious food to your neighbors. Register now to ride on September 24, or donate to the Centre Street Food Pantry team at the organizer’s website: www.threesquaresne.org, or contact CSFP’s Team Captain as follows: m.bolstad@centrestfoodpantry.org

Newton Free Library offers college prep sessions this summer

Kick Start Your College Essay, Thursday, June 29, 7:30 pm, Druker Auditorium: Summer is a great time to start your college essay! Join Jane Hirschhorn of JBH Tutoring to get eleven ways to kick start your essay. We'll go over excerpts from essays written by students admitted to prestigious colleges. This program is for high schoolers, particularly rising seniors and their parents. Register online.

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