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Stoneham Transportation Advisory Committee (STAC), Thursday, March 4, 2021, 8:00-9:30AM, via Zoom Email email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.
Stoneham Reads, launching March 2021 Application for Training in Facilitating Conversations across Race and Intersectionality Open
In partnership with the Stoneham Public Library, the Stoneham Rotary Club, and StonehamBank, the Stoneham CDC is proud to sponsor Stoneham Reads, a community building project where all are invited to read the same book and participate in related activities to foster connections, promote an appreciation of our town and have fun. The pilot launch of Stoneham Reads is April 11, 2021. Learn more about the project, sign up for updates and find out how to get involved here. Click below to make a donation to the Stoneham Reads project!
As part of the inaugural Stoneham Reads Program, the Stoneham CDC, with generous support from the Stoneham Public Library, StonehamBank and the Stoneham Rotary Club, is offering training in Facilitating Conversations across Race and Intersectionality to Stoneham Reads Facilitators and to representatives from Stoneham organizations and businesses. The deadline to apply is March 2, 2021. Click here for more information.
More than 20 volunteers from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors® (GBAR) and the Stoneham Community Development Corporation (CDC) came out to clean up and install picnic areas on two sections of the Tri-Community Greenway in Stoneham on Saturday, October 24.
Last fall, GBAR secured a placemaking grant from the National Association of Realtors® and also donated its own funding to work on this project with the Stoneham CDC. Along with support from The Presti Group, Mahoney's Garden Centers, Joe O’Sullivan from Canner Law & Associates and Deb Frank from Metro Credit Union, we were able to upgrade two sections (Montvale Ave. & Pomeworth St.) of the Tri-Community Greenway which runs through the communities of Stoneham, Winchester and Woburn, by adding bike racks, picnic tables and planting maple trees. Read the full press release here.
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