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Radio Show Fundraiser!
Don't Touch That Dial!
Tickets go on sale on October 2 at the Sr. Center.
Join the Friends on October 29 as we welcome the Framingham Community Theater's Radio Actors for a trip down memory lane. Don't Touch That Dial! recreates the excitement of attending a live studio broadcast by combining live and recorded sound effects and music with actors reading from classic scripts.
Sunday, October 29, 2PM
Southgate at Shrewsbury Retirement Community, Shrewsbuy
includes theatre event, appetizers, desserts & beverages
Hope you can join us!
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Anita at: (508) 414-8943
Looking for a Unique Gift Idea?
Honor a Newly Married Couple, Anniversary, Graduate or Remember a Loved One with a Commemorative Friendship Brickway Brick.
Since 2011, the Friendship Brickway at the Northborough Senior Center has become a site where town residents and friends commemorate significant occasions, pay tribute to special people, or honor the memory of loved ones. The season of events such as high school and college graduations, Mother's Day and Father's Day, wedding anniversaries and Memorial Day will soon be upon us, so please consider what special messages you’d like to post!
Order forms are printed in the Friendship Brickway pamphlet available at the Senior Center reception desk, or you can order using the form below. The cost is $100 per brick, and the Friends expect installation of engraved bricks to take place this summer. As with all Friends’ programs, funds raised in the campaign for the Friendship Brickway will support the Northborough Council on Aging and Senior Center activities.
Fill out the order form below and select payment method to order your 8" X 4" commemorative/tribute brick.
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You can’t miss the Gift Cart in the Senior Center lobby, just inside the main entrance. Check out the jewelry, handmade goods, and other items for sale there. Volunteers staffing the reception desk happily accept payment on behalf of the Friends. The cart is a gift from Adrienne Cost in memory of her husband James, who was active in the early planning for the Senior Center.
To honor a family member or to leave a legacy, a major gift can “name” a part of the Senior Center. For example, in the west corridor, the Leland Family Room recognizes a gift made to the Friends at the time of the grand opening. A plaque in the lobby acknowledges a significant contribution on that occasion from the Friends of the Northborough Senior Center. Another example is the lobby Gift Cart, as noted on this page.
If you have questions regarding fundraising activites, please contact us.