Public Service Announcements (PSA)

The American Red Cross of Cape, Islands and Southeast Massachusetts announces the following blood drives for the month of NOVEMBER:

  • NOV. 15 at South Shore Charter Public School in Norwell from 1-6p

  • NOV. 16 at CornerStone Lodge, A.F. & A.M. in Duxbury from 8a-1p

  • NOV. 19 at St. Anne’s Hospital in Fall River from 12-5p

  • NOV. 20 at Fairhaven Recreation Center from 1:30-6:30p

  • NOV. 20 at Carver Middle High High School from 2-7p

  • NOV. 20 at North River Community Church in Pembroke from 1-6p

  • NOV. 21 at Monomoy Regional High School in Harwich from 2:30-7:30p

  • NOV. 24 at LeBaron Hills Country Club in Lakeville from 10a-3p

NOVEMBER EVENTS

  • NOV. 15:  The Rockland Eagles are having a GIANT MEAT RAFFLE in support of the Neville Family of Hanover, whose beloved wife and mother, Courtney, passed away recently and suddenly from viral encephalitis.  7 p.m. at 29 Park Street in Rockland.

  • NOV. 16:  Bikers Against Child Abuse are holding a fundraiser at Plymouth Memorial Hall, featuring Frank Santos, Jr., the R-Rated Hypnotist!  Tickets are available at www.eventbrite.com and at the door.  Help support their mission to provide aid, comfort, safety and support for children that have been sexually, physically and emotionally abused.

  • NOV. 16:  Plymouth Public Library Chess Club is holding a chess tournament, open to all ages, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to be held in the main Reference Room.  Advance register with Bill Petrillo (774-766-7689).

  • NOV. 18:  Plymouth Public Library’s Classics Book Club presents Truman Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “A Christmas Memory”, from 6:30-8 p.m.  Discussion led by Library Director Jennifer Harris.

  • NOV. 19:  The Department of Children and Families is actively recruiting foster parents for children in Plympton and surrounding areas.  If you are thinking about becoming a foster parent, learn more about the application process by attending an informational meeting at the Plympton Public Library from 6:30-8 p.m.

  • NOV. 21:  The Spire Center in Plymouth presents Spyro Gyra to the stage at 8 p.m.  Last month saw the release of their first album of new material in 6 years!  They have recorded an album of all cover songs!  To order tickets online go to www.spirecenter.org or call 508-746-4488.

  • NOV. 21:  The Talking Information Center in Marshfield presents a radio theater production of “My Favorite Wife”, a 1950 radio adaptation of the movie.  It tells the story of Ellen Arden, shipwrecked on an island for 7 years and presumed dead–who returns home on the same day her husband remarries!

  • NOV. 23:  Townsend Congregational Church and United Church of Christ will hold an indoor Holiday Craft & Greens Fair from 10-3 at 3 Brookline Street in Townsend.  Join the fun with custom crafts, food, kids activities, music and Santa.

  • NOV. 23:  Community Food Packaging will hold the largest food packaging event ever in New England, in the Abington High School gymnasium.  Over 600 volunteers will get meals distributed to local food pantries, school-sponsored backpack programs and other outlets.  Click here to donate.  To volunteer:  communityfoodpackaging@gmail.com.

  • NOV. 27:  The Chicopee Comp Football Alumni are having their 5th annual Alumni Football Game at 6 p.m. at Chicopee Comp HS.  This year’s game will be played in memory of Alex Ortiz #36 and Sgt. Command Major Hervey Constantine.

  • NOV. 27:  The Barnstable High School Quarterback Club (football booster program) is having their Red Raider Rolling Rally with parade and pep rally on Main Street, Hyannis at noon.

  • Churchill & Tilden, P.C. in Plymouth is asking you to help make the day brighter for someone undergoing chemotherapy treatment this holiday season.  Purchase a Chemo Comfort Package for $30 — which includes butter balm, lotion, cream, brow liner, fuzzy socks — with no profit taken; your cost covers products and packaging.  Call Sue (508-747-6363) or email (sue@churchill-tilden.com) to purchase.  Delivered around New Year’s Day.

  • Your extra coat could be keeping someone warm this winter.  Plymouth Cares is accepting donations through Dec. 31.  Your new or gently worn coat can be dropped off at Destination Plymouth (134 Court St.); John Carver Inn (25 Summer St.); or at any one of The Cleanist locations.

 

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