On Sunday Sept. 29, MassBay Community College is holding a community-wide special event, the MassBay 5k Race/Walk, to benefit the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund that was started this year in her honor.
1. A traffic study, commissioner by the Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals, is expected to be unveiled at the Board's next meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Blumer Community Room in the Memorial Building. The traffic study focuses on the Temple and Pleasant streets neighborhood, as Walden Behavioral Care is proposing an eating disorder center and moving its headquarters to the former Marist property.
2. My Gym in Framingham is holding a dance party tonight for 7 to 10 year olds. The Framingham gym lower the lights and turn up the tunes! Staff teaches the kids some great dances as well - cupid shuffle, dance battles, krumping, or the Thriller. Dance party is 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and pre-registration & payment is required. Dance is limited to 18 kids and cost is $15 per child. To register call 508-370-9496 or e-mail email@example.com.
3. On Sunday Sept. 29, MassBay Community College will hold the MassBay 5k Race/Walk, to benefit the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund, that was started this year in her honor. This Scholarship will go to a deserving MassBay business student who submits an essay about resiliency, making a difference, generosity of spirit, or overcoming obstacles to achieve a goal.Standing at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, Krystle lost her life at the age 29. To learn how to register, click here.
5. National Field Focus is looking for men ages 18-54 for a 3-visit razor study in Framingham. Dates you need to be available are Sept. 25, Oct. 9 and Oct. 23. If you qualify, it pays $100. For additional information, click here.