In This Week’s Print Edition… May 15, 2013

| May 15, 2013

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Social Worker to Address Growing Needs

A new position in Stow, a dedicated Social Worker, was granted funding at Town Meeting, to help meet the rising needs of many of the town’s residents of all ages.  The Town Meeting vote allocated $4,000 toward the position, with the Stow Community Chest granting an additional $17,000 toward a 9-month social work pilot program…

Stow Retires Six from Nashoba Schools

This coming Thursday the Nashoba Regional District hosts its Retirement Gala for the staff members who are retiring by the end of this school year. Among the 16 staffers to be honored will be six from the Stow schools. Three of these Stow teachers are featured below. In addition, Special Education Teachers Claire Dutton and Deb Jones, along with Center Extended Day Coordinator Joan Barry, will be featured in a future issue of the Independent…

SpringFest Weekend is Here

SpringFest is back this coming weekend, the community festival that has been heralding the coming of Spring for decades. Organized by a long time group of volunteers, SpringFest is presented as a chance for the community, particularly families, to come together…

Nashoba Celebrates Gold to Raise Green

On Friday night, Nashoba’s upper gym was packed with 300 people cheering the Chieftains to a basketball victory. Basketball on a Friday night in May? The crowd was treated to a special appearance for the Massachusetts Special Olympics gold medalist basketball team (the Nashoba Chieftains) competing against members of Nashoba’s faculty and staff in the first annual “Play for Will” fundraiser.

Plus:

Obituaries

Nashoba Q3 Honor Roll

New Nashoba Head Football Coach

NRHS Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced

Varsity Scoreboard

Community Photos

Classifieds

Puzzles

And more!

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