Bill often says that “everybody matters” in our school system because everyone can make a difference in the life of a child. He also adds rather humbly that he only takes 1/600 of the credit because all staff contributes to the success of our schools.
Each year, five CTE students in the state are selected, and this year, two of the five — Abigail Cronin and Elliot Gale — are from Nashoba Tech. It’s the first time Nashoba Tech has had a student selected. They are now eligible for the national Presidential Scholars Program.
As part of its fundraising efforts to continue to support operations, the news, and the
many community services provided, Westford CAT is working with Skinner, Inc.
Auctioneers and Appraisers by consigning, to their semi-annual Gentlemen’s Auction, a
an Alexandra Llewellyn Backgammon set from London, donated to Westford CAT. The auction runs from May 25 to June 3.
Beginning May 17, Lowell General Hospital will allow in-person visitation with two visitors per patient at any one time. Previously, only one designated support person was allowed to visit at any time.
Have some Thai on the Fly and help support local television. On Wednesday, May 19, Thai on the Fly at 439 Littleton Road in Westford, will donate 20 percent of the day’s proceeds to WestfordCAT, a 501(c3) non profit organization.
When first responders did arrive on scene, the victim was transported and a medical flight was requested. However, before that could happen, the victim died from his injuries at Lowell General Hospital. This case has been referred to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and a positive identification is pending.