MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
March 14th, 2014
Main office: 781-270-1721 Absentee Line:781-273-7649 Nurse:781-270-1724
March 25th - Kindergarten Field Trip
April 3rd - 2nd Grade Field Trip
April 12th - Toast to Memorial 7Pm - 11PM
April 15th & 16th - 5th Grade Field Trip
MAIN ENTRÉE CHOICES (SEE LUNCH MENU FOR MORE DETAILS) March 17th - 21st
Steak & Cheese Sub
From the Memorial PTO:
Save the Date: Toast to Memorial! Saturday, April 12th - 7 to 11PM. Crowne Plaza, Woburn, MA. Support and celebrate the Memorial Community! Make new friends, renew old ones. Take a chance to win raffle prizes and auction items. Please look in this weeks backpack folders for more information.
Adopt-A-Class 2020 Fundraiser:
Sponsored by the Liquor Cabinet on March 7, 2014 , Jim Plunkett Entertainment & DJ 7:30 pm - Midnight held at Son's of Italy - Woburn 168 Lexington Street
$25 Per person Admission - includes appetizers. Raffle & Silent Auctions Questions please call Linda Norden 781-272-2726 Reserve tickets on line at http://adoptaclass2020.blogspot.com
Adopt -A -Class 2022
Come support the graduating class of 2022 on Monday, March 17, 2014 from 6-10pm at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt. Orange Leaf will donate 15% of your purchase for anyone who mentions Adopt-A-Class. Thank you for your support!
From Burlington Youth Lacrosse:
Spring Lacrosse registrations is open for all levels (boys and girls). Spots are limited, so register soon. Please visit the Burlington Lacrosse website for details and registration information - http://www.burlingtonlax.com/
Burlington Girl Scout Troop 77235 is working on their Bronze Award. The troop is hosting a food drive to benefit the Burlington Food Pantry. From February 28th until March 13th,food donation boxes will be set up in the lobbies of Fox Hill School, Pine Glen School, Francis Wyman School, and Memorial School. The food pantry is in need of pasta, pasta sauce, breakfast foods such as oatmeal and cereal, and any other non-perishable foods. Please help this great cause.
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE PROGRAM IN BURLINGTON
Burlington Presbyterian Church and Farmer Dave’s, a sustainable farm in Dracut, MA, continue to bring locally-grown, fresh fruits and vegetables to the town of Burlington with a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. In the CSA program, consumers receive a share of freshly-harvested produce throughout the growing season. Shares are picked up on Monday afternoons from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. at Burlington Presbyterian Church, 335 Cambridge St. The Spring season starts on March 3 and runs 14 weeks. Farmer Dave’s also offers vegetable shares (June-October), fruit shares (July-October), and late fall shares (November-December). For more information about 2014 CSA membership, contact Ginger Turner at (978) 349-1952 or visit www.farmerdaves.net to register.
From Pine Glen School