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It’s beginning to look a lot like… I need to get this song out of my head. I started decorating for Christmas and that song has been stuck in my head ever since. And just when I get it out, Tim starts singing it. Ugh, it won’t go away!

It’s beginning to look a lot like… the paper is filled with a lot of Holiday information. We are featuring Stow charities on pages 8 and 9 – they help throughout the year and especially during the holidays. Please take a moment to read about their work and how you can help.

Ann gathered information from the area churches and put it all in one easy-to-read guide to the local Holiday services. She also had the chance to speak with Stow resident and WAAF Radio DJ Greg Hill about his charitable foundation- their support of area families in crisis  and their upcoming Toy Drive giveaway.

This issue also celebrates the 104th birthday of Stow’s oldest resident, Dr. Donald Brown. Nancy spoke with Dr. Brown and his family and gives a glimpse into his many lifetime achievements and experiences over the last 104 years.

It’s beginning to look a lot like…football! Congratulations to the still-undefeated Nashoba Chieftains Varsity football team for their playoff win on Tuesday, sending them on to the Central MA Div 2 Superbowl at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.

It’s beginning to look a lot like… you’ll all have this song stuck in your heads, too.

Cyndy Bremer, managing editor; [email protected]