News from our members

NASHOBA FAMILY MEDICINE OPEN HOUSE

Come tour the most modern physician practices in town!

Open House
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
4:30 – 6:00 pm
788 Boston Road in Groton
Nashoba Family Medicine
and
Nashoba Sports &
Physical Therapy
invite you to our open house to tour our brand new, custom-built practice location in Groton!
All are invited!
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information
please call 978-449-0282

State-of-the Art Facility
Tour our brand new, modern gym equipped with a sports floor and the latest equipment including the Hydro-Worx 300 Pool with Treadmill for aquatic therapy. All services are provided by an expert team of sports and physical rehabilitation specialists.

NASHOBA FAMILY MEDICINE
Drs. Sanjay Basu, MD, Stephany Godfrey, DO,
Montu Patel, DO, and Tisha Dickey, DO, look forward to welcoming everyone to their beautiful new location.

TDO Aerial Videography Rebranding to TDO Video Productions

TDO Video Productions is  going from solely aerial to a full video production company including; commercial advertising, promotional videos,  sports coverage/ documentaries, interviews and documentaries, structure/ building inspection, real estate video tours, and event promotion and coverage.

This rebrand includes a new logo as well as a new website that is going to launch on Monday July 16th.

Fitchburg Public Library presents Historic New England Book Talk with Patricia Harris and David Lyons

 

Join us at the Fitchburg Public Library (610 Main St.) on July 25, at 6:30 PM. Ms Harris and Mr. Lyons will present their book Historic New England: a Tour of the Region’s Top 100 Landmarks.  While New England boasts over 400 landmarks, “historic” does not always translate into “interesting”.  Ms. Harris and Mr. Lyons have sought out those with the most interesting and rewarding histories.  They recount not only houses and tall ships, but also weather stations, carousels, and even beaches.  As the authors of over thirty books on travel, food, and art, they are well positioned to share with us their most memorable experiences so that we can visit them as well!

Light refreshments will be served.  This is a free program.  Free parking is available in the lot at the corner of Boulder Drive and Newton Place. F or information about this or other Library programs call 978-82-1780 or visit our website: www.FitchburgPublicLibrary.org.

Fitchburg Public Library presents Summer Reading Week 5 – Mystery

 

Calling all detectives! If you love a good mystery then the week of July 30-August 4 is the week for you!  We’ll work with invisible ink and make detective boxes at Maker Monday, and Ms. June will show us how to create a secret code decoder at Crafternoon on Tuesday.  Venture into the world of CSI with the Forensic Science Roadshow on Wednesday evening.  The Museum of Science will help us to outwit nature so that we can continue to look for clues at their Thursday program: Blizzards: Outwit the Elements.  You can go undercover with disguises at our photo booth all week!  Please check our calendar listing for more information.  All are free programs.  Free parking is available in the lot at the corner of Boulder Drive and Newton Place. F or information about this or other Library programs call 978-829-1780 or visit our website: www.FitchburgPublicLibrary.org.

Fitchburg Public Library presents Summer Reading Week 4 – Adventure

Since the library is chock full of Adventures – this will be our theme for the week of July 23-28.  Listen to an adventure story at lunch time on Wednesday, and travel with Bastion to Fantasia for our Friday Film Fest.  The Wingmasters will take us on an extra special adventure into the avian world in their program Music to Our Ears, How Birds of Prey Communicate on Thursday evening.  Please check our calendar listing for more information.  All are free programs.  Free parking is available in the lot at the corner of Boulder Drive and Newton Place. F or information about this or other Library programs call 978-829-1780 or visit our website: www.FitchburgPublicLibrary.org.

bankHometown hires new Branch Manager for Putnam Location

Matthew McAvoy-LaFlamme accepted the position as Branch Manager of the bankHometown Putnam, Connecticut location on June 4th, 2018. Prior to accepting this position, Matthew was the Branch Manager of the Killingly location, and prior to that role, he was the Branch Supervisor of the Woodstock location.

Currently, Matthew serves as the treasurer for the Killingly Business Association and is a member of the Killingly Business Association Membership Committee. He is an active volunteer in the Killingly community, having participated Town of Killingly Safety Day, Financial Fair at Crabtree & Evelyn, Thompson Community Day, and several other events.

Matthew attended Quinebaug Valley Community College and is currently working toward his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration at Eastern Connecticut State University. He enjoys music, hiking, and spending time with his friends and family.

bankHometown has served its communities since 1889 with offices in Massachusetts (Athol, Auburn, Leominster, Oxford, Lancaster, Sturbridge and Webster) and Connecticut (Putnam, Brooklyn, Killingly, Thompson and Woodstock).  Depositors of bankHometown have their deposits insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for amounts up to $250,000 with amounts in excess of $250,000 insured in full by the Share Insurance Fund, a private excess insurer.

 

NORTH CENTRAL CAREER CENTER ANNOUNCES 8TH ANNUAL SUMMER JOB FAIR

Whether you’re looking for a fresh start, a better job or a new career direction, job seekers will find a wealth of exciting opportunities at the North Central Career Center’s 8th Annual summer job fair.  A variety of employers from both the public and private sectors will be eager to interview for immediate openings in a wide range of fields.

This year’s event will bring together nearly 70 employers with several hundred job seekers and take place at Great Wolf Lodge in Fitchburg on July 19th, 9AM to Noon.

 Job Fairs help local businesses find qualified job seekers within the community, creating opportunities for local residents to work close to home. This not only supports our economy,

it also reduces the need for residents to commute long distances and work outside of their community.

 For more information and to see the complete employer list, visit www.ccncm.com or make an appointment to meet with a Career Counselor at 100 Erdman Way, Leominster, MA.  The Career Center can be reached at 978-534-1481 or www.ccncm.com

 The North Central Career Center provides free services, resources, and tools to assist both job seekers and employers with their job search process, hiring and employment needs. 

Devens Eco-Efficiency Center will host a Great Exchange Furniture Event 

Need furniture? The non-profit Devens Eco-Efficiency Center will host a Great Exchange Furniture Event at the Bob Eisengrein Community Center, 100 Sherman Ave, Devens, from 9 a.m. – noon and again from 2 – 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. Desks, chairs, bookcases, cabinets, tables, shelves, bulletin boards, whiteboards, artwork and more will be offered for less than half their value! See photos of some of the available items at www.tinyurl.com/TGEFurniture. Large items may need to be picked up at a different location. RSVP for this unique savings opportunity at www.tinyurl.com/TGERSVP

Summer Food Truck Festival at Wachusett Mountain – July 14

Forget about the calories and enjoy the festivities! Enjoy an array of food specialties from assorted food trucks, sample some great craft beers and listen to live music. Between bites take a ride on the SkyRide to the mountain summit. This event is suitable for the whole family. We’ll even have a moonbounce for the kids and some craft vendors for the adults.

Festival runs from 11am-5pm.

Food Trucks Attending (more to be added):

  • ​Travelin’ Bones
  • Big T’s Jerky House
  • Kebabish
  • Uncle Ed’s BBQ
  • Melt
  • Shishkaberry’s
  • Smokestack Urban BBQ
  • Patruno’s Place
  • Five Loaves Bakery
  • Bittersweet Homestead
  • Grub Guru
  • Eloti
  • Friskie Fries

Craft Beers Offered(4 beer trucks – stay tuned for more to be added):

  • Golden Road Wolf Among Weeds
  • Wormtown Citrus and Sunshine
  • Switchback Ale
  • Shocktop White
  • Elysian
  • Goose Island Summer
  • Blue Point Toasted Lager
  • Wormtown Be Hoppy
  • Wachusett Summer
  • Wachusett Wally
  • Wachusett Blueberry
  • Wachusett Mass Sole
  • Sam Adams 76
  • Leinenkugel Summer
  • Harpoon UFO Pineapple
  • Newburyport Plum Island White

Live Music:
The Bohemians will play 11 to 2
Dan Cormier and Ethan Caouette will play 2 to 5

Festival Pricing:
Adults: $5 advance, $7 door
Kids 6-12: $3 advance, $5 door
5 & Under Free

Festival Package Pricing:
(Admission plus one trip on the SkyRide)
Adults: $13 Advance, $15 Door
Ages 6-12: $9 Advance, $11 Door

*Please note: SkyRide requires an additional fee for those ages 6 and over. At the door, $10 adults and $8 ages 6-12