1. Lutheran Social Services of Brockton is involved in the placement and support of Foster Children and their Foster Parents in Eastern Massachusetts, and will meet at 7 p.m. today in Sharon at 4 North Main St. The group will be sharing their knowledge and experiences and will intorduce a Foster Parent and a Foster Child who will tell their stories. This program is free and open to the public.
2. Sharon officials have announced the annual Christmas tree collection schedule for those in town who bought a tree for the holidays. To see the schedule, click here.
3. The First Congregational Church of Sharon on Sunday, Jan. 6, will host a Cantata for Epiphany, "Born a Savior, Born a King-The Prophecy Fulfilled" by John Purifoy. The performance will begin at 3 p.m. and a reception will following in the Parish Hall. All floors are handicap accessiblefrom the parking lot. Free will donation for the Ilse Marks Food Pantry and the church's music program.
4. There are currently seven homes for sale in Sharon that stretch over the $1 million mark. Find out which ones in this week's real estate feature.
5. It sure was a cold one in Sharon this week. Whle temperatures will be a little higher through the weekend, the winter is far from over. As such, here are six tips for keeping warm in the arctic temperatures, courtesy of the National Weather Service.