List of Emergency Storm Shelters for Greater Lowell

from the Lowell Sun

Shelter locations in Greater

Lowell

Updated: 10/30/2011 08:39:26 PM EDT

A list of shelter locations in communities across Greater Lowell.

Acton – Acton Senior Center, 50 Audubon Drive. (beds and cots provided, but bring your own pillow and blankets. Food is available).

Ayer – Ayer Police Department Community Room, 54 Park St.

Bedford – Behind Town Hall, 12 Mudge Way.

Groton – Groton Senior Center, 163 W. Main St.

Hudson, N.H. – Nashua North High School, 10 Chuck Druding Drive, Nashua.

Littleton – Littleton Police Station – 500 Great Road.

Lowell – Lowell Senior Center, 276 Broadway St.

Shirley – Fitchburg Regional Shelter, 14 Wallace Ave., Fitchburg.

Westford – Blanchard Middle School, 14 West St.

Pepperell – Varnum Brook Elementary School, 10 Hollis St.

Chelmsford – Lowell Senior Center, 276 Broadway St.

Pelham, N.H. – Nashua North High School, 10 Chuck Druding Drive, Nashua.

Tewksbury – Tewksbury Senior Center, 175 Chandler St.

Townsend – Hawthorne Brook Middle School, 64 Brookline Road.

Wilmington – Wilmington Senior Center, 15 School St.

Dracut – Lowell Senior Center, 276 Broadway St.

Billerica – Billerica Senior Center, 25 Concord Road.

Tyngsboro, Tyngsboro Elementary School, 205 Westford Road.

Read more: http://www.lowellsun.com/breakingnews/ci_19227930#ixzz1cMiIFMhC

 

Veteran Services Offered at Community Teamwork, Inc

More timely than ever as we anticipate the return of our troops from Iraq, we should anticipate a great many of our troops will require services for a variety of different reasons. The most critical period is within the first six months of their return home. Community Teamwork’s Veterans Services are available to all of those that served in the military and their families.

Veterans Support Services

 

Do you need assistance seeking employment?

Do you lack financial resources to remain housed?

Do you need assistance accessing medical or psychiatric care?

Do you need information about affordable housing?

Do you have questions about your rights as a Veteran?

Want more information?

Call Roland Cartier at 978-654-5613or stop in at the CTI Resource Center located at

17 Kirk St. Lowell, MA 01854

 He is the former AMVET Commander at the Bedford VA and is here to serve you!

Thanksgiving Day Meal – Somebody Cares Center

Once again, Somebody Cares Center is sponsoring a lovely Thanksgiving Day meal for our families.

November 24, 2011

11am to 2pm

105 Princeton Blvd., Lowell, MA

This event is free of charge!

Come and enjoy a delicious turkey dinner with all the fixings!

Also, there will be product give aways!

  • PERSONAL ITEMS
  • HOUSEHOLD GOODS
  • FOOD
  • CLOTHING

As if it couldn’t get any better – there will be children’s activities and entertainment!

TO REGISTER FOR THE 2011 THANKSGIVING DINNER EVENT

CALL 978-995-3442, or EMAIL SomebodyCaresLowell@gmail.com  


 

Brockton Boys & Girls Club Seeking Executive Director

Executive Director,

Boys & Girls Club of Brockton

Posted: 10/07/11
Location: Brockton, Mass.

Background

The Boys & Girls Club of Brockton (the Club) was founded in 1988 by a small group of civic leaders and businesspersons and opened in 1990. Its mission continues to be nurturing strong minds, healthy bodies and community spirit in Brockton’s youth through youth-driven, quality programming in a safe and fun environment. Continue reading

Executive Director Sought for Worcester Community Housing Resources

Executive Director, Worcester

Community Housing

Resources

Posted: 10/05/2011
Location: Worcester, Mass.

Mission

The mission of Worcester Community Housing Resources, Inc. (WCHR) is to help create and preserve affordable housing and to initiate and support neighborhood revitalization in the greater Worcester area.

The Opportunity

Current Searches

Worcester Community Housing Resources seeks a dynamic and experienced executive director that can take a vibrant nonprofit neighborhood revitalization organization to the next level. Now in its 18th year, WCHR is positioned for growth in certain key areas. These are to increase its loan fund services; continue financially viable and timely housing acquisition, development and rehabilitation where most needed; to expand its technical assistance and property management services; and to expand into other areas of Worcester County. Continue reading

Employment Opportunities at Community Teamwork, Inc

for more info, click here

Title
Pay/Rate
Hours
$12.40/hr.
Non-Exempt
40hrs.
$10.00/hr.
Non-Exempt
Full-Time
$52,379/yr.
Exempt
Full-Time
$13.50-$16.85/hr.
Non-Exempt
40hrs.
$13.50-$16.85/hr.
Non-Exempt
40hrs.
$15.00-$17.00/hr.
Non-Exempt
40hrs.
$35,000-$38,000/yr.
Exempt
Full-Time
$17.85/hr.
Non-Exempt
40hrs.
$33,000 – $37,000/yr.
Exempt
Full-Time
$10.00/hr.
Non-Exempt
Part-Time
$10.00/hr.
Non-Exempt
As Needed
$10.00/hr.
Non-Exempt
As Needed

Boys & Girls Club of Lowell Employment Opportunities

Employment Positions Available at Boys & Girls Club of Lowell

 

Visiting Artists

The Boys & Girls Club is seeing 12 visiting artists to each lead one session including demonstration and hand-on activity for girls.  Medium may include photography, sculptors, painters, graphic design or other.  Each artist will receive $120 for the session.  Sessions are in the afternoon at the Boys & Girls Club at 657 Middlesex Street.  Please contact Frank Ponceano at fponceano@lbgc.org or 978-458-4526.

 

Art and Dance Instructors (multiple positions)

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell is seeking creative, resourceful and fun staff to teach art, dance and in the afternoons and evenings.10-20 hours/week, $9-11/hour.  Responsibilities include:

 

Art:

  • Teaching classes
  • Preferably an Art Major student
  • Understand Art Concepts
  • Program Reporting
  • Understand Different Art Mediums
  • Basic Understanding of Art History

 

Dance Instructor:

 

  • Hip-Hop
  • Break Dance
  • Yoga
  • Open to any other dance

  Continue reading