Five Things for Today in Chelmsford: Aug. 7
From Vinal Square to Kate's Corner, here are your Five Things for today in Chelmsford.
#1. In Manchester, NH Last Weekend: The New Hampshire Union Leader reports that Chelmsford's Benjamin Ndaya won the the Bill Kelley Memorial 10K race with a time of 32:26.94.
#2. Half-Staff Notification: Flags on all public buildings across the United States, including Chelmsford, have been ordered to half-staff under a proclamation by President Obama on the tragedy recently in Wisconsin.
#3. New Teacher at South Row: Mary Todd has been named as the K1 and K4 Kindergarten teaching position at South Row Elementary School. Coming with a year of experience in Texas and six years of experience in Iowa
#4. The Chelmsford Friends of Music... will be having a Bottle & Can Drive on Saturday, August 11 at McCarthy Middle School.
#5. Pictured: Congratulations to the Tyngsboro Baseball Tournament 9 year old champions! (Front Row: Anthony Hubbard, Ben Angry Brown, Mike Carpenter, Riley Moulton, Matt Carpenter, Matt Miner. Back Row: Adam Michaud, John Fraser, Dominic Dibari, Mitchell Kiluk, Jack Beauchesne, Drew Perron, Josh Esperanza and coaches Rob Perron, Scott Carpenter, Eric Beauchesne and Bobby Moulton)
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