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Feb 12, 2020 at 3: 01 AM
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Johnson Compounding & Wellness to host keto lecture
Johnson Compounding & Wellness will host a lecture titled, “Is Keto Right for Me?” featuring functional dietitians Bridgitte Carroll and Tamara Luck from 7-8: 30 p.m. Feb. 19 at Johnson Compounding & Wellness, 577 Main St., Waltham. Attendees will learn about the keto diet and how to incorporate key keto principles into their diet and lifestyle. The cost is $10 (attendees will receive a $10 gift card). To register, call 781-893-3870 or visit https://bit.ly/2OdY8nd.
Marlborough schools launch first-of-its-kind STEM education collaboration
Marlborough’s three high schools, in conjunction with the Marlborough STEM Council and the National Honor Society, recently partnered with the city’s elementary schools to lead a series of STEM lessons for fourth graders. The multi-school collaboration is a first in Marlborough’s history and will aim to promote STEM learning to elementary school students across the city. Marlborough High School, Assabet Regional Technical High School and the Advanced Math & Science Academy (AMSA) have adopted the Sgt. Charles J. Jaworek Elementary School, Raymond C. Richer Elementary School and the Francis J. Kane Elementary School, respectively. Juniors and seniors from each high school’s honor societies will teach the same predetermined STEM lessons to their elementary counterparts, imparting the value of science through fun experiments.
Baker-Polito administration awards $11.6 million in climate change funding
Continuing its investment in climate change resiliency, the Baker-Polito administration recently announced $11.6 million in grants to cities and towns through the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Program. The popular grant and designation program, which was created in 2017 as part of Governor Baker’s Executive Order 569, provides communities with funding and technical support to identify climate hazards, develop strategies to improve resilience, and implement priority actions to adapt to climate change. With these grants, 82% of Massachusetts cities and towns are now enrolled in the MVP program.
Better Business Bureau of Central New England welcomes new board officers, members
Better Business Bureau of Central New England recently elected new board officers and welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors at its November 13th Annual Meeting.
The following directors were elected to serve as officers on the Board of Directors for the 2019-2020 term: Rick Porter, president of Cinch IT in Worcester, as chairman; Michele Kasabula, owner of the Law Office of Michel F. Kasabula, PLLC in Sutton, as vice chairman; Casey Cormier, president of Angel-Guard Products in Worcester, as treasurer; and Michael Duffy, an attorney with Fletcher Tilton PC in Worcester, as secretary. The following individuals were elected to serve as directors for the 2019-20 term: Marie Mouradian, owner of Window Designs Etc. in Holden; Ilya M. Shnayder, president and CEO of Shnayder Enterprises in Auburn and Holyoke; and Ted Strzelecki, owner of Solar Wolf Energy in Douglas.
Colantonio Inc. awarded new housing project
General Contractor Colantonio Inc., based in Holliston, was recently awarded the Roosevelt Towers Low-Rise Modernization Project by the Cambridge Housing Authority. The project is a renovation of four three-story buildings with a total 112 units of affordable housing. Renovations include upgrades to the kitchens, bathrooms and MEP systems and new windows and exterior doors. Colantonio will also repair the exterior envelope, landscaping, walkways and parking areas. All work is being performed while the buildings remain occupied. The project, designed by Dietz & Company Architects of Springfield, will pursue Enterprise Green Communities Criteria Certification.