(credit - Sarah Fletcher)

Pizza Champs Honored Plus New Videos On Demand From WestfordCAT

Westford House of Pizza recently earned the top prize in our WestfordCAT Pizza Tournament and this week they received the trophy! (seen here)

(credit - Sarah Fletcher)

(credit – Sarah Fletcher)

Additionally, they earned a free 12-month sponsorship package on WestfordCAT as part of winning the contest. While we’re all out of free sponsorships for having the best pizza in town (at least until next year), sponsorships are still available. For more information, call Sarah Fletcher at 978-692-7152, e-mail Sarah at [email protected], or just stop into our studio at 487 Groton Rd. here in Westford.

In non-pizza news, here’s some recent new productions now airing on WestfordCAT!

You can check them out on WestfordCAT’s YouTube Channel, at westfordcat.org as well as on your TV (Channels 8,9 and 99 for Comcast, Channels 33,34 and 35 for Verizon – listings are available at westfordcat.org)

And if you’d like to produce a show and you’re a Westford resident, we want to hear from you! For more information, again, e-mail Sarah at [email protected]

To check out some other new programs, click here.

Hello Westford! “Cameron Spring Update” – Community Teamwork, Inc.

Community Teamwork, Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer, Karen Frederick, joins Jennifer Claro and Alison Christopher from the Cameron Senior Center to discuss the programs and services offered by this community outreach organization.

Hello Westford! “Cameron Spring Update” – Community Teamwork, Inc.

kidsCommunity Teamwork, Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer, Karen Frederick, joins Jennifer Claro and Alison Christopher from the Cameron Senior Center to discuss the programs and services offered by this community outreach organization.

 
League of Women Voters – Candidates Night 2016
debateHere’s a full video recap of the event at the J.V. Fletcher Library. For highlights, see our recap on WestfordCAT News Online.

 

 

 

Local Music Rocks – Carlin Tripp

124dfsfThe latest LMR includes local artist Carlin Tripp as well as flashback to a recent visit from Indian Hill’s artists. More on Carlin Tripp is available at carlintripp.bandcamp.com