NMRHS Business Class presents:
2015 Ford Mustang Raffle
$100 per ticket; limit of 350 tickets to be sold.
All profits benefit NM Scholarship Foundation.
Tickets can be purchased at Townsend Ford, Bailey’s Bar & Grill, Shepherd’s Sales & Service, NM superintendent’s office, NM sports events and NM choir concerts. M
Must be 18 years of age or older.
The Mustang is a V6 Coupe, 6-speed automatic. Email email@example.com for information or call 867-877-9802 and speak to Amber Edmonds, Marie Shepherd or Jared Borneman.
Join us for the raffle on March 27. Time and location to be announced later.
(Disclaimer: In the event that insufficient tickets are sold, money will be returned to customers.)
St. Patrick’s Day Supper March 14
The Townsend United Methodist Church will host a St. Patrick’s Day Supper on Saturday, March 14. The menu will be Guinness Irish Beef Stew, Colcannon, roasted vegetables, salad, assorted Irish breads, along with delicious home-baked desserts. Serving from 4-6 p.m., dinner is “eat-in or take-out.”
The price for adults is $10 for adults, seniors $8, children $5, and children under 6 years, no charge. The “Meetinghouse Church on the Hill,” is located at 265 Main Street in Townsend Center at the junction of routes 13 and 119. Call 978-597-2486 for more information.
Silent film music program March 15, 2 p.m.
Join Jeff Rapis for a silent film and music event at the Townsend Public Library. Jeff loves presenting and re-introducing great films from the early years of cinema to today’s audiences. With passing of time, the films are no less entertaining (if presented properly), and in some ways are even MORE interesting that when they were first released. Just seeing how people went about day-to-day life a century ago or more has a fascination all its own–something the filmmakers of course never intended.
“Grandma’s Boy” (1921): Comedian Harold Lloyd’s first starring feature finds him playing a mild-mannered young man forced to confront his chronic cowardice, with a little help from his beloved Grandma, who has a few family secrets up her sleeve. A delightful romp from one of the silent film era’s most popular comics. Silent film program at town library is free to the public.
This event was made possible by the Amanda Dwight Entertainment Fund and the TPL Endowment.
Well adult clinic March 19
Nashoba Associated Boards of Health, in conjunction with the Ashby Board of Health, announces that a Well Adult Clinic will be held free of charge for the general public on Thursday, March 19, from noon to 1 p.m. at the American Legion, 361 New Ipswich Road. March is Blood Sugar Month. Drop in for blood pressure, pulse screening and diet teaching. No appointment necessary. For further information, please contact Nashoba Associated Boards of Health at 978-772-3335 or 1-800-427-9762 ext. 340 or visit us at www.nashoba.org.
Game Dinner Saturday evening, March 21
Soups and salads will be served at 5 p.m., Main courses at 6 p.m. And later, desserts!!
Tickets will be available from Townsend Rod & Gun Club officers, from the kitchen on Tuesday evening archery, and at the door: $15 adults, $8 children under 12.
If you haven’t already done so, please let us (Jim G. or Mary L.) know what you’ll be bringing. Last year we had a record turnout and we hope the same this year. We need as many dishes as possible donated.
This should be a great event with plenty of game dishes and traditional food. We have some great raffle gifts. Plus we will choose the winner of the Club Gun Raffle!!
As always, this is a BYOB event — please drink responsibly.
We look forward to seeing you there for a great evening of Food, Prizes and Fun!!
Jim Gasper — firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mary Letourneau — email@example.com.
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