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Notes from our weekly radio spot on WCAP 3/22/11

3rd Annual Community Fair at the Emily G. Wetherbee School in Lawrence
The fair will take place on Saturday, March 26th from 9:30-12:00pm. This event was created to build awareness of the resources available in our community. If you are interested in participating, please contact: Hollie Fumero PTO Leader 978-557-2900 ext24101 esperada5678{at}msn.com.

Lawrence General Hospital is offering FREE breast health screenings on Wed. March 30th

Tsongas Pushes Priorities for Lawrence in Hearing with National Parks Director Jarvis

Press Release from Congresswoman Niki Tsongas

Massachusetts Fifth Congressional District, Contact John Noble: phone: 202.225.3411; email: john.noble @ mail.house.gov

Tsongas Pushes Priorities for Concord and Lawrence in Hearing with National Parks Director Jarvis

WCAP 980AM 3/8/2011

Follow GWL's blog and visit the Live Lawrence! online community calendar to see what's going on in Lawrence. Two upcoming events include:

Notes from our weekly radio spot on WCAP

*Bids are open for Community Garden build out
We are interested in engaging local labor and so we are hoping local general contractors will visit Community Development Department, 225 Essex Street 3rd floor, Lawrence, MA. Bid Documents can be picked up between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Green Team's Public Service Announcements - Now Online!

Check out the Groundwork Lawrence Green Team's 1-minute PSAs made with training and resources from Lawrence Community Access TV!

Listen to Heather on WHAV Monday, Feb. 7

Tune into WHAV Monday, on the hour, every hour, starting at 7:00 AM to hear Heather talk about The Act FRESH (FResh Environments Support Health) Campaign Kick-off at the state house Monday, February 7 from 1:00 - 2:00. In addition, hear about GWL programs, the Spicket River Greenway, redevelopment in the Mill/Canal District and all the great projects coming online by 2012.

Request for workshop proposals & ideas: Urban Park Advocates Summit - Feb 11 deadline

GWL Joins Civic & Government Leaders in Statewide Push for Healthier Neighborhoods

On Monday, February 7th, a diverse coalition of local and statewide organizations from every region of the state will kick off the “Act FRESH Campaign” to improve access to healthy affordable food and public space for physical activity. The group will release a report and public policy agenda entitled Priorities for Healthy Places, 2011-2012 aimed at reducing preventable diseases and containing healthcare costs.

The campaign kickoff, scheduled for 1:00pm in room 222 at the State House, Boston, represents a new chapter in the fight to build vibrant and healthy neighborhoods for all Massachusetts residents. By uniting across geography to focus on comprehensive public policy solutions, the groups seek to both harness and bolster the work being done in neighborhoods from Fall River and Lawrence to Worcester and Holyoke.

Read more about the event in the February 2, 2011 press release: GWL participates in state-wide Act FRESH Campaign Kick-off

Public Meeting for the Oxford Paper Site Park and the Spicket River Greenway

Please join us for a public meeting regarding the Oxford Paper Site Park and the Spicket River Greenway. The meeting will be held at 7:00 PM on February 10 at the Lawrence Public Library (51 Lawrence Street).

Earth Day, Comcast Cares Day 2011 - Saturday April 30

Save the Date for Earthday, Comcast Cares Day Saturday April 30, 2011

More information Coming Soon!

If you are interested in joining us, please contact Rose Gonzalez, Deputy Director, at Groundwork Lawrence: 978-974-0770 or e-mail Rose.

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