Five Things for Today in Chelmsford: Oct. 11
From Vinal Square to Kate's Corner, here are your Five Things for today in Chelmsford.
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Kéyks owner, Rowena Sy-Santos, with Franklin park zoo president and CEO John Linehan, and decorator Mary Sawyer. Kéyks' entry won the top prize of Guests' Favorite cake at the zoo's centennial celebration last Saturday!
Five bakeries have been invited to present zoo-themed birthday cakes that will not only be sampled by guests but will also be judged by a panel on creativity and taste. Participating bakeries include Kéyks (located at 333 Acton Road, Chelmsford), Konditor Meister, Cakes for Occasions, Custom Wedding Cakes by Penny, and Cakeology. Kéyks bagged the top prize of Guests' Favorite!
Other activities at the party included kid's activities, signing of a big birthday card, burying a time capsule be opened in 2112. The capsule included the list of animals at the zoo, a letter from the zoo president, and a map and field guide.
#1. We Said it Yesterday, But We'll Say It Again Today: This morning there's a talk on voter registration with the Town Moderator, and you can register for youth wrestling at the Police Station.
#2. Also Today: There's yoga up at North Town Hall.
#3. Friday at the Library: There'll be a talk on democracy and media literacy.
#4. Also on Friday: The Chelmsford Police Patrolmen's Association are holding a Comedy Show at the Radisson.
#5. Pictured: Congrats to Keyk's Rowena Sy-Santos! The Keyks team earned honors at the Franklin Park Zoo's Centennial Celebration last Saturday. Here's Rowena (middle) and Mary Sawyer (left) along with Franklin Park Zoo CEO John Linehan.
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