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Westford Boy Scout to Review History of Scouting for Eagle badge.

I am looking for scouting related artifacts with historical significance or information about scouting in Westford. If you have artifacts you are interested in donating or loaning to the museum, please fill out the google form below.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Ghost of the Confederacy Still Haunts

The Grey Ghosts, the name of the Westford Academy Football team, was also the moniker for one of the Confederate Army’s most prodigious raiders during the civil war. Major John S. Mosby, a cavalry commander under General Robert E. Lee was so elusive, that he was dubbed “the gray ghost”.

Eagle Scout Project Will Document History of Scouting.

Hi, My name is Nicholas Anderson and I am a Life Scout of Troop 159. For my Eagle project I am documenting the history of Boy Scouting (now known as Scouts BSA) in Westford for the Westford Museum.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote ‘Yes’ on Town Meeting Warrant Article 15

At Westford Town Meeting, on June 12, we will vote on Article 17, Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. If passed, the Town of Westford calls upon the United States Congress to pass an amendment to the Constitution establishing 

WESTFORDCAT: Up for Bid is a Llewellyn Backgammon Set from London

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.