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5 Things January 14 in Easton: Book Drive at St. Mark's

A look at what is happening around Easton today.

5 Things January 14 in Easton: Book Drive at St. Mark's

1. Book Drive at St. Mark's

Today at noon at St. Mark's Episcopal Church:

Book Drive - accepting Books, CDs, DVDs - Drop off at your convenience!  Book Donation bin at:  St. Mark's Church, 91 Center Street (corner of Columbus)

2. Three Pull Papers for BOS

Michael Maloney, who ran for Board of Selectmen last year, has pulled papers for one of two three-year seats on the Board.

Dorothy Fulginiti and Daniel Smith both pulled nomination papers as well.

Thomas Downey of 37 Day Street pulled papers to run for re-election for a five year position on the Housing Authority and Elaine Hanson has pulled papers to run for Finance Committee.

We'll be sure to keep you updated on whether or not others are thinking of throwing their hats in the ring.

3. Waste Management Schedule

2013 Schedule for Waste Management pick up is available here.

4. Book Discussion at Ames Free Library

Today at Ames Free Library:

Book Discussion: Cascade by Maryanne O'Hara

"1935: Desdemona Hart Spaulding was an up-and-coming Boston artist when she married in haste and settled in the small, once-fashionable theater town of Cascade to provide a home for her dying father. Now Cascade is on the short list to be flooded to provide water for Boston, and her discontent is complicated by her growing attraction to a fellow artist. When tragic events unfold, Dez is forced to make difficult choices." - The Boston Globe


5. Easton FD Assist With Stoughton Fire

The Easton Fire Department was busy on Friday. Click here for more.

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