Local Skating Club Offers Lessons

December 27, 2018 GMT

WILMINGTON -- The Wilmington Figure Skating Club is hosting a seven week long “Learn to Skate” session from Jan. 4 through Feb. 15. The sessions will take place on Fridays from either 4 to 4:50 p.m. or 5:20 to 6:10 p.m.

Participants will have a choice between the two session times, which will be held at Ristuccia Arena, located at 190 Main St.

The seven-week session costs $119 and there is an annual registration fee of $17.

For more information, contact 978-694-9650 or wilmington_fsc@yahoo.com .


Zwicker serves in Boston schools

A Dracut woman is giving back by completing a year of public service in education as a City Year Boston AmeriCorps member.

Nicole Zwicker is serving at Guild Elementary School in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Boston.

City Year Boston AmeriCorps members provide support to Boston Public School students in attendance, positive behavior and course work in English and math, and ensure students stay on track to high school graduation. They serve as critical mentors, tutors and role models in 29 of Boston’s public schools, reaching more than 15,000 students every day.

Zwicker is part of a network of more than 3,000 City Year AmeriCorps members who serve more than 200,000 students each day in nearly 300 public schools nationwide. City Year’s work is made possible by support from the Corporation for National and Community Service, school-district partnerships, and private philanthropy from corporations, foundations and individuals. For more information, visit www.cityyear.org/boston .


Over-40 women’s soccer tourney

TYNGSBORO -- A group of women are organizing a Women’s Over 40 Soccer Tournament on New Year’s Eve day at the Tyngsboro Sports Center to benefit Boston Scores, which helps provide summer soccer programs to inner city teens and youth.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Dec. 31 and the fee is $39 per player, according to a flyer.

To register please contact Deb Keohan at dkeohan@aol.com or Eileen Hackney at ehackney@mac.com .

Tyngsboro Sports Center is located at 500 Potash Hill Road, Tyngsboro.


Westford weighs best use of land

WESTFORD -- Town officials continue to explore possible uses for the newly acquired property at 63 Main St.

Following the purchase of the property, which is located near the Roudenbush Community Center, the 63 Main St. Task Force began examining how to use the three-acre plot.

The Task Force met for the first time on Nov. 29 and asked town officials to evaluate how well the space could host school administrative offices, which are currently housed in a modular building at the Millennium School. However, several different options for the space are still being considered.