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2016 ALS AND MS Walk for Living

Chelsea, MA

 

The 2016 ALS & MS Walk for Living will take place on Admiral’s Hill on September 25, 2016. Registration is at 9 AM and the Walk will kick off at 10AM. For more information or to pre-register, please visit www.walkforliving.org .  Matty in the Morning from Kiss 108 will once again emcee the event. The Walk is Dog friendly and will include many family- friendly activities including baby farm animals, live performances, a DJ, a raffle and a bbq hosted by Chili’s. The Walk is a $10 donation and includes a Walk T-shirt. 

 

Taste of Chelsea 2016

Chelsea, MA

Great Food! Great Cause!

Monday, Sept. 19
5 to 8 p.m.
99 Marginal Street, Chelsea

be part of the community solution to end domestic violence

Now in its 13th year, this highly visible and popular event happens on Chelsea's waterfront and brings together corporate sponsors, local businesses, area food and beverage vendors, volunteers, survivors and more than 500 people who turn out to show their commitment to being part of the solution.

CHELSEA Community Connections THIRD ANNUAL SCHOOL UNIFORM SWAP

Chelsea, MA
C.C.C 3rd Annual School Uniform Swap August 13, 2015
Williams School (Community Schools entrance)
10am-2pm
Chelsea CCC will try to provide each child with 2 complete school uniforms. *Providing we
have the color and sizes that you need.
We are in need of gently used donated school uniforms:
shirts/pants/skirts/socks/sweatshirts
Navy Blue/Khaki/Beige/Black/White/Red/Burgundy/Blue
Donate at: Chelsea Community Connections
113 Hawthorne St, Chelsea
Wednesdays & Thursdays 10-2pm

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day October 22nd at CPD Headquarters

Chelsea, MA

The City of Chelsea City Manager Thomas Ambrosino and Police Chief Brian Kyes are again hosting the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday October 22, 2016 from 10AM to 2PM at Chelsea Police Headquarters. This national program  aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. The public is asked not to dispose of any items listed on the front of the kiosk such as needles, auto-injectors such as epi-pens or flammable objects.

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