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School Bus Safety Tips
writes, "by the North Attleboro Police Department
It is that time of the year again! 🚌 🍎 📚
As summer ends, school buses return to the road once again. According to the National Safety Council, 25 million students nationwide take the school bus on a daily basis. Even though riding the school bus is the safest choice for students (eight times safer to travel via school bus when compared to other forms of transportation), there are increased dangers present to students when boarding and departing the bus.

Here are some school bus safety tips:

Hebron Food Pantry's Michelle Burch, Retires
writes, "After 5371 days (nearly *15* years!) of tireless effort, heartfelt compassion, and outstanding leadership, our Pantry Queen, Michelle Burch, has officially retired."

August is Immunization Awareness Month
writes, "(by Melissa Taveres, Massachusetts Nurse)
For the greater good.
Thatís what Iíve been hearing a lot.
Wear a mask, itís for the greater good.
Vaccinate, itís for the greater good.
The chances of your child having a vaccine injury is higher than the chance your child will get Covid. Yet some are more fearful of Covid than the dangers of vaccines!

A MA State Representative's Stance on Mandated Flu Vaccines for School Children
writes, "(posted by State Representative Steve Whelan)
I have received considerable outreach from constituents in our district expressing everything from concern to outrage over the Commonwealth's newly announced flu vaccine mandate and I thought I would share with you an email I sent this morning to Secretary Marylou Sudders (EOHHHS) and Commissioner Monica Bharel (DPH):

Who Let the Frogs Out?
writes, "In honor of Leap Year Day, NAPDís own School Resource Ofc. Kristine Crosman took the plunge with Project Unite today at the Sharon Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts. "

writes, "After careful consideration and review, we are happy to announce the late Chris Cornetta as this year's Grand Marshal of the annual Santa Parade. Accepting on his behalf are his wife, Melissa; daughter, Cirsten; son,Cameren; along with his Mom and siblings and their spouses."

Empty Bowls Attleboro Community Meal A Big Success
writes, "Empty Bowls Attleboro Area would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone involved in our efforts to fight hunger and food insecurity in our community. On November 10, we shared a Community Meal with over 300 people attending and raised OVER $50,000 that will be used to directly fight hunger in the Attleboro Area. During the event, our guests enjoyed an evening of soup, friends, music, and raffles. Each guest selected a hand-crafted bowl to keep as a reminder of the empty bowls they helped to fill by taking part."

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