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  1. Charlotte’s Cozy Kitchen Lunch for Seniors

    September 21, 2017, 12:00 PM @ Charlotte’s Cozy Kitchen

    Charlotte has given us some scrumptious choices: roast turkey w/ mashed potato, vegetable, gravy, stuffing & cranberry sauce; baked haddock scallop combo w/ mashed potato & vegetable; or beef burgundy w/ mashed potato & vegetable. All meals include garden salad or soup (Charlotte’s choice), rolls w/ butter, drink, dessert, tax and tip. Cost $12. Please sign up with the Senior Center

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  2. Disco Party and Dinner at the Senior Center

    September 21, 2017, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Pepperell Senior Center

    Attention Seniors - This is a disco party and I know we have at least one John Travolta in this house to show off their Saturday Night Fever moves. Let’s have some fun and dance the night away. Dress accordingly! We will be serving chicken pot pie with butterscotch pudding with whipped cream for dessert. The disc jockey will be Rob Libb Tunes. We had so much fun last time Bob was here! Cost $5.00, sign up today!

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  3. Celebrating Our Rivers! Annual Rivers Day with Congresswoman Tsongas

    September 23, 2017, 2:00 PM

    September 23, 2017 2:00 PM at the Bill Ashe Visitor Facility, 80 Hospital Road, Devens All are invited to come out and celebrate our beautiful local rivers during Congresswoman Niki Tsongas’ annual Rivers Day visit to the Nashua River watershed on Saturday, September 23rd. Once a year, Congresswoman Tsongas visits the rivers in her district for the purpose of drawing attention to the value of our rivers in our communities, as a non-partisan effort. Our rivers provided water, food, and transportation to early civilizations, then power for our mills as industry grew, and today, they offer recreational opportunities and natural beauty throughout our region. The Nashua River, once one of the ten most polluted rivers in the country, was restored through the efforts of the Nashua River Watershed Association and many partners. Today, segments of the Nashua, Squannacook, and Nissitissit Rivers are under consideration for federal designation as Wild and Scenic Rivers.

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