The Holden Democratic Town Committee announces the recipients of its annual Good Neighbor Award, this year its 25th. The award honors citizens of the town who have made significant and/or long term contributions to the community through their volunteer activities. It’s an opportunity for friends and neighbors to say “thank you” to those people who have touched our lives through what they have given.
- Glenn Anderson and Georgia Demarky Anderson
- Jenni Howe
The Andersons are being recognized for their founding and leadership of Vintage Vagabonds. Jenni Howe is being honored for her years of service with Holden’s Girl Scouts.
The recipients will be honored at a friendly, informal ceremony and reception held on Thursday, March 26, 2020 at Holden’s Senior Center, 1130 Main Street. The time is 7:00 pm. Tim Ethier will make the presentation, which will be televised live on HCTV Channel 191.
We sincerely hope you can join us.
The Ode was composed by Malcolm Halliday, MSW Artistic Director. As a bit of history, Master Singers and WWHP have collaborated in concerts……. …March 4, 2000 – Women’s Voices, a collaboration of the Worcester Women’s History Project with the Master Singers of Worcester and Preservation Worcester; music program of choral compositions by women and lecture […] Continue reading →
The Holden Democratic Town Committee announces the recipients of its annual Good Neighbor Award, this year its 22nd. The award honors citizens of the town who have made significant and/or long term contributions to the community through their volunteer activities. It’s an opportunity for friends and neighbors to say “thank you” to those people who […] Continue reading →
Holden’s annual town meeting will be held on Monday, May 16 at 7 p.m. in the Wachusett Regional High School’s auditorium. We need a quorum of 1% of Holden registered voters in order to do business. The budget requests total 48 million dollars, so come and make your voices heard. We need your presence! We need your vote! […] Continue reading →
Our congratulations to the winners of the 21 Annual Holden Good Neighbor Award: Deb and Ralph Thibodeau for their work with the Josh Thibodeau Helping Hearts Foundation. Margaret Watson for her community service Continue reading →
Worcester Interfaith hosted a meeting on Thursday, March 17 to for members from various religious houses of worship to consider the problems of refugees coming into the Greater Worcester community every month. Twenty-six individuals attended and shared their experiences. Refugees require assistance, but the emphasis is on integration into the community and giving assistance to […] Continue reading →
Asima Silva was invited to speak to school staff about the current problem of Islamophobia in our society, how to identify it, and how to address the problem. She and Ahmad Abojarajeh, Global Compliance Engineer to Avery Dennison, met with the principal and staff of Davis Hill School recently and will plan to meet soon with teachers […] Continue reading →
Refugee families are coming into Worcester communities at the rate of 25 to 35 persons per month. Half of these are children. Ascentria Alliance is helping these families to settle, and although they are given some initial assistance, more help is needed. Donations of personal items, like toothbrushes, toothpaste, soaps, lotions, toilet paper, tissues, etc. are requested. At […] Continue reading →
Holden Democratic Town Committee members – Please bring personal items, like toothbrushes, toothpaste, bar soaps, toilet paper, and other items for children also, including babies (baby powder, bath oil, etc. to our March 5 meeting. The effort is organized through Ascentria Care Alliance, formerly the Lutheran Services of Worcester. Continue reading →