Monday, November 12, 2012
Local Girl Scouts prepare to retire flags during Concord's annual Veterans Day Flag Retirement Ceremony held Sunday, Nov. 11 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
In the photo above, Sarah Bagasra, Isabella Lopresti and Julia Clarke of Concord Troop 72678 are preparing to retire flags during the annual flag retirement ceremony. If you have photos from the ceremony, or of the veterans in your life, add them to the gallery above.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Scouts signup, anti-bullying, meetings and more today in Concord.
1. Concord/Carlisle Girl Scout Sign Up: The Carlisle and Concord Girl Scouts are kicking-off the year by hosting Girl Scout sign up days from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Concord Scout House, Tuesday, September 11 then again next Thursday, September 20, at the CSA Fair before Back to School Night. Stop by, meet new friends and learn about the exciting program options focusing on the arts, technology, outdoor adventure, health, beauty and more. For more information, email CCGirlscouts@gmail.com. 2. Anti-Bullying Workshops: Up With People has arrived in town and will be conducting anti-bullying workshops at Sanborn Middle School and Cultural Diversity/Integration workshops at Concord-Carlisle High School. 3. Today in Public Meetings: It's a busy-ish …
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Take part in our cookie poll.
For many, it’s one of the best times of the year: Girl Scout Cookie time! With so many to choose from, it’s hard to get a consensus on which one is best. We want to hear from you and learn your favorite type of cookie. Take part in our poll above and let us know which one you like best. And Girl Scout Troops, we want to help you sell those cookies throughout town. If you want to get the word out to the whole community about upcoming booth sales, be sure to share the info via an announcement on Patch. We'll then feature it for all to see and hopefully help make 2012 your troop's best cooking-selling year to date
Friday, January 6, 2012
Get the word out about ordering by sharing the info on Patch.
Girl Scouts across our area are in the midst of one of the sweetest times of year. From now until March, you can place orders for your favorite cookies by contacting a local Girl Scout. Is your daughter selling cookies this year? Then take note! If you want to get the word out to the whole community about upcoming booth sales, be sure to share the info via an announcement on Patch. We'll then feature it for all to see and hopefully help make 2012 your troop's best cooking-selling year to date. The Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass. report that booth sales have already started, with some wrapping up this weekend. Be sure to check their site for locations
Thursday, September 15, 2011
Soccer games, Girl Scout sign-ups, and a documentary screening.
"Five Things You Need to Know Today" is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance. 1. It could be a rainy day today, with a 60-percent chance of rain, with a high of 77, according to the National Weather Service. There's a chance of rain this evening as well. 2. There are a number of meetings today, including the Municipal Light Board, Heywood Meadow Stewardship Committee, Historical Commission, Historical Districts Commission, Board of Assessors, and Finance Committee. 3. The CCHS boys varsity soccer team is playing at Boston Latin today, and the CCHS girls varsity soccer team is hosting Boston Latin. Both games begin at 4 p.m. 4. Bring your daughter to the Scout House on Walden Street to sign up …
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Naturalist and author speaks at National Park on Sunday; Win a free iPad!
I know it is only Wednesday, but Sunday will be here before you know it. If you are looking for something to do, I suggest heading down Route 2A to Minuteman National Park around 2 p.m. and listen to Peter Alden’s lecture, “Our Latin American Connection.” Peter is a Concord resident and, as most of you already know, a renowned expert on birds, butterflies and nature. Peter’s lecture, which is free, yet donations are welcome, begins with historical discussions about revolutions in Central and South American that were inspired by the American Revolution. Then Peter will delve into the migration patterns of butterflies and birds, such as the Scarlet Tanager, who summer here, but take off for the south as soon as the weather gets a bit nippy. …