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Posted to Acton Veterans' Newsletter by James MacRae
Attention Veterans of Acton!
I would like to invite you to join our brand new Veterans’ Newsletter which is specifically tailored to inform Acton Veterans of upcoming local events, news and benefits. Future Newsletter topics may range from information about upcoming Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies to information about new laws or benefits regarding Veterans. My intention, as this newsletter matures, is to not overwhelm anyone with constant emails but rather publish new and pertinent information on a bi-weekly or monthly basis. Please Sign-up to receive future newsletters via email. Again, I believe many of you will find this to be a helpful resource for keeping up to date on veterans’ related issues and happenings.
Legal Services for Veterans
Veterans Legal Services Team will be meeting Veterans individually to address needs such as legal advice and assistance on April 19th at the Bedford VA Hospital. Click here for more information.
Introduction to Yoga for Veterans
Evidence has shown that Yoga can be very beneficial in helping symptoms of PTSD, stress and anxiety. Alchemy Yoga Studio would like to invite Acton Veterans to a free one hour introduction to yoga. Click here for more information.
Posted to Assabet River Rail Trail Construction Project by Planning Department
Assabet River Rail Trail Groundbreaking Event
Who: MassDOT Highway Administrator Tom Tinlin
When: Thursday July 21 at 10:00 AM
Where: The corner of Main Street and Sudbury Street, Maynard
On Thursday , July 21st , MassDOT Highway Administrator Tom Tinlin will join area officials at a ground breaking event to recognize the commencement of the Assabet River Rail Trail construction project. This Rail Trail project links the Assabet River National Wildlife refuge with the downtown Maynard business district and the South Acton Commuter Rail Station, providing an alternative transportation option.
Posted to Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Construction Project by Planning Department