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Government, Volunteers in the News
In anticipation of Memorial Day Monday, an Eagle Scout candidate helped organize the placement of flags on Veterans' graves at Edgell Cemetery Sunday with the Town of Framingham's Veterans agent.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
The first-ever PMC Framingham Kids Ride was held Sunday morning and raised more than $7,000 for the Jimmy Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Police & Fire, Schools, Volunteers in the News
Thanks to photographer Kevin Cummings of Cummings Photography for the photos in this slideshow.
Volunteers in the News
Girl and Boy Scouts and other volunteers will place more than 2,000 flags on the graves of Veterans at Edgell Grove Cemetery this morning, May 19.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Arts
Raise the Roof event to help family battling cancer, students art auction, James and The Giant Peach performance, Materialize show ends this weekend and Garden Club's annual spring sale all featured in today's column.
Volunteers in the News, Sports
Autumn Buxton has been named a Pedal Partner of the 34th annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge and will be honored at Fenway Park tomorrow, May 19.
Framingham High Senior Michael Berkson started and is coordinating the May 19 ride in honor of his father, Craig, a survivor of pancreatic cancer and a five-time PMC cyclist.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
The brainchild of Town Meeting member Herb Chasan, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the new free after school program at the Framingham Housing Authority on Pusan Road.
Volunteers in the News, Business
Help raise the roof for a mom with cancer and her family on May 18. Volunteers still need to help with the work Saturday.
Volunteers in the News, Going Green
"FACES is very honored to receive this citizen award. Alone, the burden was too great, but together and with the help of Toxics Action Center and legal support of Anderson & Kreiger, we were able to make a difference in the community."
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