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Volunteers in the News
A group of Melrose kids held a lemonade and lollipop sale Saturday afternoon. Find out how much money they raised for OneFundBoston, a city-established account where donations can be made to support victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Local children will be selling lemonade from 2-4 p.m. Friday on Woodcrest Drive. All proceeds will go to OneFundBoston, a city-established account where donations can be made to support Boston Marathon bombings victims.
Government, Volunteers in the News
Mayor Rob Dolan and the Melrose Recreation Department are collaborating on a project to collect sporting equipment and apparel for the nation of Haiti.
Melrose Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is offering free Guiding Good Choices Workshops to Melrose parents.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
The Melrose Public Schools and Melrose Alliance Against Violence will start event with free community breakfast.
Volunteers in the News, Patch's House & Home
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Residents have contributed over $33,000 to the city's fund. Are you on our list of contributors?
This Siamese cat needs a loving owner.
The concert will benefit Hurricane Sandy victims, via the Robin Hood Foundation.
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