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Women Wanted for Weight Loss Study - UMASS Medical School, Worcester

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Thursday, 05 November 2009 06:44
Participate in a Research Study for Weight Loss and Depression!

UMASS Medical School in Worcester is offering a free weight loss program to help women lose weight and feel better!

Recruiting women between the ages of 21-65. All visits are free. Your participation will last for 2 years. Compensation is provided.

Our specialists will help you monitor your diet, set weight loss goals, develop a physical activity program, and learn about barriers to weight loss.

Each participant will also receive either behavioral counseling OR health education.

Groups are scheduled to start in November (2009) and February (2010).

Space will be limited! Please contact us for more information at 508-856-6557, BAProgram@umassmed.edu or access our website at http://www.umassmed.edu/behavmed/research/beactive.aspx

Thank you! (Docket#: H-12315)

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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 November 2009 06:58
 
 

The Inside Dish!

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Sunday, 18 October 2009 23:45

Cooking great food and it’s for a good cause- can’t get better than that! Westborough Newcomers Club has published the Inside Dish, a cookbook of recipes that have been submitted by members of the community. Cookbooks are being sold to help support various organizations within Westborough.

In the past the club has supported the Westborough Education Foundation, Little League, and the Aquarium pass at the library, to name a few.  They make great gift items for the holidays!

Cookbooks are being sold for $15 a piece, or two for $25.  Anyone interested in purchasing one can contact Susan Stoddard at relicsamongruins@yahoo.com or 508-836-0234.

The Inside Dish will also be sold at Trunk or Treat on October 24th and the Town Meeting being held on October 26th.   For more information about the club and its events please go to http://www.westboroughnewcomers.org/.

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Economic Crisis Workshop Series of Central Massachusetts: Tools for Success

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Monday, 12 October 2009 15:54

Economic Crisis Workshop Series of Central Massachusetts:

TOOLS FOR SUCCESS

Thursday, October 15th , 2009 marks the kickoff of an eight-part workshop series, designed to provide Central Massachusetts jobseekers and business ownerswith critical coping and skill building tools within today’s challenging economic climate.

The first session, “Making the Most of LinkedIn for Networking” will be held at Tatnuck Booksellers in Westborough, MA, from 6:30-8:30pm . These workshops are sponsored through a coalition among Gesher, a business networking group of Westborough’s Congregation B’nai Shalom, WCMC (Worcester Central Massachusetts Connections) and Jewish Family Service of Worcester.

Future workshop topics and dates include:

  • 11/5/09 : “Getting the Interview: Strategies for Job Search Success.”
  • 11/19/09: “Meditation and Relaxation during Periods of Crisis.”
  • 12/10/09: “Launching your Own Business...Legally.”
  • 1/07/10 : “Why Did God do this to me? Spiritual Responses to Financial Crisis.”
  • 1/28/10 : “For Richer or for Poorer: Family Coping With Economic Stress.”
  • 2/11/10 : Double session:
    “Financial Wellness in Economically Stressful Times” and,
    “Basic Estate Planning to Protect Families.”
  • 3/11/10 : “Healthcare Insurance Options during Unemployment.”

All workshops will be led by noted professionals in their respective fields.

Sessions will be on Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:30 pm at Tatnuck Booksellers, Rt. 9 & Lyman St., Westborough, MA. The November 5th workshop will be at Congregation B’nai Shalom, 117 East Main St., Westborough.

Admission is free and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, please go to www.cbnaishalom.org/programs/gesherWorkshops.php or, call Steve Slaten at JFS Worcester at 508. 755.3101 or email mhall@stylebymindy.com.

The Economic Crisis Workshop Series is eight-part workshop series designed to provide Central Massachusetts job seekers and business owners with critical coping and skill building tools within today’s challenging economic climate. The series is a collaborative program between Gesher (Congregation B'nai Shalom, Westborough), WCMC (Worcester Central Mass Connections) and JFS Worcester. Funding for this program made possible through a grant from the JFCM (Jewish Federation of Central Massachusetts).

 

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State Rep. Karyn E. Polito sponsors essay contest on "Defining the American Dream"

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Thursday, 17 September 2009 07:40

Contact: Kaitlyn Sprague 617-722-2230 
September 1, 2009

DEFINING THE AMERICAN DREAM
Polito Sponsors Essay Contest

BOSTON – Representative Karyn E. Polito, R-Shrewsbury, is sponsoring an essay contest for citizens of Shrewsbury and Westborough to describe the meaning of the American Dream.  As our country has grown and evolved over the past 233 years, the American Dream has evolved from liberating our great nation from British rule to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to work hard and prosper in today’s world.  So much of what our founding fathers imagined has stayed true, though much has changed, and I am interested in your interpretation of this national ideal.

The essay contest “Defining the American Dream”, is open to Shrewsbury and Westborough residents, and a winner will be selected from each of the following age groups: Grades 1-4, Grades 5-8, Grades 9-12, College Students, Age 60+.

Defining the American Dream

Please describe in 300 words or less what the American Dream means to you.  Please make sure to include your name, address and date of birth or current grade level on a cover sheet to be included with your essay.

Submissions must be postmarked between September 10th to October 10th and essays should be either mailed or emailed to Rep. Polito’s State House office:

Mailing address:

Representative Karyn Polito
Room 167, State House
Boston, MA 02133

Email: rep.karynpolito@hou.state.ma.us

Each essay will be read and judged anonymously and a cash prize will be awarded to the winner of each age group at Rep. Polito’s Annual Patriotic Rally.  Winners will be asked to read their essay at the Rally.

The essay contest is a fun way for me to connect with all generations of my constituents to hear what this great nation really means to you!  We celebrate the winning entrants in each category at my annual Patriotic Rally, which will be held November 5th this year in Westborough.  Best of luck to all the participants!” said Representative Polito.

For more information, please contact Rep. Polito’s State House office at (617) 722-2230; rep.karynpolito@state.ma.us.

[received 16-Sep-2009 -- webmaster]

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Last Updated on Thursday, 17 September 2009 07:43
 
 

Westborough Woman's Club 2009 Kick Off - Pot Luck Supper

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Wednesday, 09 September 2009 12:08

The Westborough Woman's Club will kick off the new year with a pot luck supper and entertainment on Monday, September 14th.  New members are encouraged to attend the event and should call Judy at 508-870-1895 to reserve a spot. All reservations must be made in advance. Current members will be providing salads, main dishes and desserts for the evening.

The club will celebrate its ninety-third anniversary in November.  There are currently eighty-one members, and membership is open to any woman age eighteen and over from any town. Club members will conduct a donation drive this October for Abby's House, in recognition of Domestic Violence month.

Monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month from October to April at the Evangelical Congregational Church in Westborough. For more information please contact Judy at 508-870-1895

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