Marlborough Seniors Participate in Central District Senior Festival

Here are five things to know to help inform your day.

These students participated in the Central District Senior Festival. Credit: Contributed.
These students participated in the Central District Senior Festival. Credit: Contributed.
1. Twelve Marlborough High School student-musicians recently participated in the Central District Senior Festival, and five of them received All-State recommendations to move on to the state level. The students performed Jan. 18 at Worcester’s Mechanics Hall where Lauren Fay, Brian Stangle, Taylor Terrasi, David Coughlin and Connor Bailey received All-State recommendations. The five competed at the Jan. 25 All-State auditions.

2. Republicans from across Marlborough will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Welly’s restaurant, in the side room, to caucus to elect delegates to the Quadrennial Republican State Convention. The convention will take place at Boston University’s Agganis Arena on Saturday, March 22. All Marlborough Republicans are invited to attend Wednesday night.

3. The Marlborough Cultural Council has received $8,585 from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to fund arts, humanities, music and youth based initiatives in the city.

4. Thomas Abel has been appointed to the Library Board of Trustees, for a term to expire on Feb. 6, 2017. He takes the place of Jean Peters.

5. In Case You Missed It: The Marlborough Schools in coming weeks will host two community meetings on cyber bullying and internet safety for teens and young adults.


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