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Insider advice on the Common App

 5 tips to complete the application Most students applying to college need to submit the Common App. Nicole Kelman, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission at Bentley University, shared with us her insider tips for completing the application, including the optional

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Reminder: What’s Happening At The Kroc

Between Kroc-O-Treat and our many programs being offered daily, there’s something for everyone this season at The Kroc! KROC-O-TREAT Join us in celebrating Halloween on October 31st for our 8th annual Kroc-O-Treat party!! Located on our turf soccer field, we

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Spanish Saturday Club…..

We wanted to let you know that registration for our new Saturday Spanish Club is open for the Winter season. The Mariposa Spanish Club Is a three hours meeting focusing on having fun through games, music, arts and crafts. All these

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Announcements from the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement – October 19, 2018

Office for Immigrant Advancement Updates Programs Happening at The Blackstone   Central Square Youth Underground presents The Central Square Theater’s youth touring ensemble,  Youth Underground, has been creating a new play this year which explores the topic of Immigration. The play

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OCTOBERFEST!! Missed out on what GreenRoots has been doing throughout October? Check it out! East Boston says “NO Substation!” GreenRoots’ East Boston Team together with dozens of residents and allied organizations are calling on Mayor Marty Walsh to meet and reconsider

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Families Creating Together: October Activities

Dear FCT Family,  Autumn is here! 🌽🎃 Our Fall Family Arts Learning Cycle is underway! Also: Sep 15 – Oct 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month! FCT Programs To register, reply to this email or call & leave a message with your name, phone, ages of

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Beware of Cell Phone Scams

Keep an Eye Out for Cell Phone Scams Cell phones can help make everyday tasks easier, like surfing the web and sending messages to family and friends. However, they can also be a target for scams and fraud. Scammers use a variety of methods to try

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USAGov’s Guide for Voters with a Disability

 Options For Voters with a Disability Election Day for Americans with disabilities can take a little extra planning. Use USAGov’s Guide for Voters with a Disability to learn about your rights and options when it’s time to cast you vote.

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October at the JFK Library

Listen to our new podcast John F. Kennedy inspired a generation that transformed America. But not everyone knows the stories behind the man – his experiences as a young service member in World War II, how he wrote some of

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Who Can Qualify Rental Housing Assistance?

Learn How Rental Housing Programs Work Do you know if you qualify for a rental subsidy? Low-income families, people with disabilities, and seniors may be eligible for a government rental assistance program. Depending on your income level, the subsidy programs

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