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| Williamstown Youth Center Thanks Bedard Bros.
|From the Williamstown Youth Center, a thank you letter: |
Bedard Brothers Chevrolet, through the Chevrolet Youth Soccer Program, has helped sponsor the Williamstown Youth Center's Soccer Program for the 2012 season. In addition to soccer equipment, this sponsorship includes a donation of $500 for additional soccer materials.
"We are extremely grateful to Bedard Brothers for its support for our soccer program," said Youth Center Executive Director David Rempell. "The equipment and financial support will help us continue to offer a high quality program for our young soccer players."
The Youth Center recently completed a soccer program in early June and will be starting its fall soccer program in September.
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| Williamstown Youth Center Thanks Community
|David Rempell sent this letter thanking the community for a great Snowfest.|
On Sunday, Feb. 5, the Williamstown Youth Center held its annual Snowfest celebration at the Williams College Towne Field House and Chapman Skating Rink. Snowfest provided a wonderful family celebration for our community and, at the same time, allowed the Youth Center to raise money to support the programs which serve the children of Williamstown and surrounding communities.
This is an historic year for the Youth Center, as we plan to "break ground" on our new facility in the middle of March and move in by November of this year. This will allow us to move from a building that is in extremely poor condition to a facility that will support our programming. Furthermore,
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| First Congregational Church Holding Annual Tag Sale
The First Congregational Church located at 906 Main St. will hold its annual tag sale on Saturday, Sept. 10, from 9-2.
This fundraiser, which supports programs like Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, and Sudan Relief Task Force among other projects, includes a wide variety of goods for the home, office, or dorm room including furniture, small appliances, lamps, linens, tabletop goods, office equipment, kitchen wares and more
"Every year church volunteers spend months collecting, sorting, cleaning, and testing the goods that we sell. We take pride in inspecting everything we sell and only offering items in good working condition," said tag sale co-Chairwoman Jody Green.
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