Five Things You Need to Know Today in Westford: May 31
From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for today in Westford.
Hello Westford! Here are your Five Things for today, Thursday, May 31.
#1. Field Day Update: There were field day cancellations yesterday at the Nabnasset, Robinson and Abbot Schools. The Abbot School had an indoor field day on Wednesday, while the Nabnasset School will be having their second grade field day today. The Robinson School will be holding field day for first and second graders on Friday and other students next Thursday.
#2. East Boston Camp Restrictions: The north side of Burge's Pond has been closed to the public from June 4 to 8 from the hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the exception of the fifth grade program participants.
#4. Westfords Around the World: Yesterday, This is the West Country reported that 44-year-old Mark Wayne Curtis of Westford, England was found guilty of drunken driving and assaulting a police constable who was on duty.
He was sentenced with a 12-month community order and was banned from driving for three years.
#5. Westford Woman Selected as 2012 Unsung Heroine: Earlier this month, the Massachusetts House of Representative honored Judy Ramirez (pictured) as one of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women's 2012 Unsung Heroines of the Year.
“I have known Judy Ramirez and her husband, Jose, for many years and know of the tremendous contribution she makes to the Westford community and specifically to Westford seniors through her efforts at the Westford Council on Aging," said State Representative James Arciero (also pictured). "It was an honor for me to nominate Judy for this award as I have heard of the countless times she has been there for seniors and others who have needed assistance.”