Neighbors: Young neighbor to raise money for animals
One of our younger neighbors, 11-year-old Miracle Leyro, is organizing a walk through the downtown Greenfield area this Saturday with a group of her friends. The youngsters plan to raise money for Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society.
Miracle’s mother Diana Nunez told me that Miracle plans to walk along Main and Federal streets, as well as some of the side streets, for six hours. They plan to make a few stops at Miracle’s home on Chapman Street where her mom will be selling lemonade for the cause.
So, if you happen to be on Chapman Street Saturday and see a lemonade stand or pass a handful of 11-year-olds holding signs for Dakin, stop and chat, donate or buy yourself a cool, refreshing lemonade — it’s for a great cause and might just help encourage more of our youth to do like Miracle and her friends.
Diana said Miracle plans to donate all of the money she has earned.
“She does this all the time,” said Diana. “She donates to all sorts of causes, but she’s really into animals. She wants to be a veterinarian.”
I will contact her next week and let you all know how she and her friends did on Saturday.
Good luck Miracle!
ROWE HISTORICAL SOCIETY is currently exhibiting “Rowe Mining Boom Town” at the museum at 282 Zoar Road on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. through October 12.
There are antique photographs, maps, mineral samples and other historical items relating to period in Franklin County’s history when there were active mining operations.
More information is available at: www.rowehistoricalsociety.org.
THE WONDERFUL COOKS AT Trinitarian Congregational Church in Northfield at 147 Main St. will put on a salad bar luncheon Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the church. Seafood casserole will be featured on the menu, along with chicken, baked beans, numerous salads, desserts and beverages.
The cost is $10 and reservations may be made by calling 413-498-5839.
HISTORIC DEERFIELD IS HOLDING the graduation of its 2014 Summer Fellowship Program Class on Aug. 1 at 1:30 p.m. and the public is invited. The graduation will be held in the Bartels Seminar room in Flynt Center of Early New England Life on Old Main Street in Deerfield.
The program will include presentations of papers by the fellows.
CONWAY GARDEN CLUB WILL SPONSOR a free plant dig on Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. to noon in Veterans Memorial Park opposite Town Hall in Conway. The event will remove plants from the park to make room for restoration to grass and a more natural appearance.
If you’d like peonies, day lilies, lupine, iris, catmint and variegated Solomon’s seal, bring your own tools and receptacles and be ready to dig.
THERE WILL BE AN ART WALK today from 3 p.m. until dusk in the center of South Deerfield. The walk will feature local artists. Maps are available at The Daylily, 8 Sugarloaf St.
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