Happenings Around Town 10.10.19

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Ribbon-cutting at Little Flower Learning Center 

On Wednesday, Oct. 1, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the Little Flower Early Learning Center in Attleboro. After opening words of thanks and gratitude by Superintendent Steve Perla and Bishop da Cunha blessed the center with prayer and holy water. Christine Barrett, the Director of Little Flower, was on hand to help Bishop da Cunha cut the ribbon.  

The Moving Wall Memorial comes to Attleboro

On the weekend of Sept. 28, The Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial was at Highland Park in Attleboro. “The Moving Wall” is the half-size replica of the Washington, DC Vietnam Veterans Memorial and has been touring the country for thirty plus years.

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The pumpkins are back at Faith Fellowship 

North Attleborough High School students spent the morning of Sunday, Sept. 29, unloading the pumpkins at the Faith Fellowship United Methodist Church on 120.

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Growing a cleaner community

Four shade trees were planted in North Attleborough through Patriot Subaru’s Earth Day donations—two outside the Woodcock Administration Building and two outside the fire station on Allen Avenue. 

Photographed are [L-R] Patriot Subaru President Adam Arens, Public Relations and Event Coordinator Brittany Plowman, Keep North Attleborough Beautiful founder Marsha Goldstein, General Manager Mark Perryman, and Assistant School Superintendent Michelle McKeon. Not pictured is Julie Fitzgerald of Attleboro Farms/ Total Lawn & Landscape, who supervised tree selections and plantings. Staff Photos/Max Bowen

First Baptist makes big donation to Memorial Pool

From left to right are [in back] Dawn DeCosta, Steven Carvalho, The Reverend Stephen A. Trimble, Robert Guthrie, Jack Lank and [in front], Betty Poitier, Deloris Henry, and Nancy Murray. Courtesy photo
In August 2019, First Baptist Church donated $1,000 to help with the operation of the World War Two Memorial Pool. This donation is part of the church’s 250th anniversary celebration and interest in helping the community.