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First Baptist Church - Ordination of Minister Leroy Mahoney
July 27, 2014 (3:00 pm)

Harborlight Show Chorus Rehearsal'
July 29, 2014 (7:00 pm)

Saugus Toastmasters Club Meeting
August 4, 2014 (7:00 pm)

Harborlight Show Chorus Rehearsal'
August 12, 2014 (7:00 pm)

Saugus Toastmasters Club Meeting
August 18, 2014 (7:00 pm)

Saugus Toastmasters Club Meeting
September 1, 2014 (7:00 pm)

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MassDOT Offers E-ZPass Transponder Sign-Up Sessions

in Saugus and Chelsea

Monday July 21st - Saturday July 26th

E-ZPass is free to join and customers receive a transponder onsite.

Click Here to view/print the schedule for sign-up locations  
The Street Team’s upcoming schedule is part of MassDOT’s continued efforts to
enroll new customers in the E-ZPass program as the Tobin Bridge makes the
conversion to all-electronic tolling.  Tolls are now being collected electronically
through the E-ZPass transponder or via a “pay-by-plate” system, where an image
of a license plate is taken and an invoice will be sent to the address listed on the
vehicle registration.  Vehicles will no longer stop at a toll plaza to pay cash. 
You may join E-ZPass online, or call (877) 627-7745
Transponders are also available at RMV branches and from AAA.


First Baptist Church of Saugus is pleased to announce the
Ordination of Minister Leroy Mahoney

Celebration Sunday  July 27  at 3:00 pm
All are welcome.
First Baptist Church, 105 Main Street, Saugus, MA 01906 
(781) 231 - 1690


At the Saugus Public Library (781) 231 - 4168 

Summer Reading Program  -  for All Ages!
Registration is ongoing throughout the Summer.
Prizes and Surprises for everyone.
Kids, teens, and adults are all invited to participate.

Read more about what's happening at the Library - click here    


Saugus High School Girls Varsity Soccer Team
will host
2nd Annual Alumni Girls’ Soccer Game
Fundraiser for the Saugus High School Soccer Program

Tuesday  August 5, 2014   at  6:00 pm
Anna Parker Soccer Field, Essex Street, Saugus

Any past or present Saugus High School soccer player is eligible to play.
There is a $20.00 fee to participate.  All players will receive a T-Shirt.
If you would like to participate or have any questions regarding the game,
please email Chris Coviello 


35th annual Saugus Founder’s Day

Saturday September 6, 2014

It’s time to get ready for Founder's Day at Saugus Town Hall 

2014 Founders Day  -  Information   -  Application  

Please reserve your table space by July 19, 2014 to avoid a late fee.
No applications accepted after August 15, 2014.

2014 Essex Street Farmer’s Market 

Open Tuesdays  from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm   
July 8  through  October 14, 2014 
Anna Parker Playground - 120 Essex Street
in the parking lot area.
This year’s market will feature fresh fruits, vegetables,
seafood, flowers, and homemade goods.
The Town Manager would like to thank Glen and Karen Cook
of Cider Hill Farms in Amesbury, MA for returning year after year. 
The Town is hoping to expand the market this year,
possibly by adding more vendors and entertainment. 

If you or your organization would like to participate, 
please contact Michelle Wendell at Saugus Town Hall 
(781) 231 - 4125  



click here for all current Saugus Youth & Recreation Programs 

2014 Summer Camp    sign-ups now being accepted

Saugus Town Team Basketball
For information please contact Program Director Glen Davis (781) 231-2514


Saugus Alternative Energy Committee and Next Step Living
"Saugus Solar Challenge"
The initial Saugus Energy Challenge which started last fall has raised over $4,000
which will contribute to both the Round Hill Historic Project and to library programming.
The Total Climate Control and standard home energy assessments are ongoing.

February 3rd the partnership between the SAEC and Next Step Living
has extended the Energy Challenge to include Solar Power.

To learn more or to sign up for an assessment,
click here   


Just 202 More Signatures Needed!
The Saugus Band Parents Group supports the petition to collect signatures
to petition the Saugus School Committee to name the SHS Auditorium the
Nancy M. Lemoine - Jerome J. Mitchell Performing Arts Auditorium.
These two extraordinary people passed away in 2013, each leaving a legacy
of excellence in teaching the Performing Arts to the students of Saugus.
click here to read more and sign the petition   

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A Soldier's Thank You Message recently received an email from Sgt. Palomino in Afghanistan.
He wrote to say thanks to the parishioners at Blessed Sacrament Church 
who sent generous care packages to him and his fellow soldiers.
We were happy to forward his email to the church for him.
Please remember our service men and women with a note or a package,
they appreciate the thoughtfulness and it makes them feel appreciated
for their service.       read more . . .  


saugus-food-pantry.jpg The Saugus United Parish Food Pantry 

  Don't be shy.  If you are in need, come on down Fridays from 9:30 to 11:00 am
  If you would like to contribute, please come on down on Fridays, too.

  We are located at the Cliftondale Congregational Church
  50 Essex Street, Saugus, MA  phone 781-233-2663            
more . . .


                                         Grace Ministries Food Bank
    Open on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month
    from 1:30 to 2:30 pm          All who are in need are welcome.

    Volunteers are welcome. Federal income guidelines will be applied.
    Donations of unexpired food are accepted any time.
    If you have any questions please call the church office (781) 231-0228
    or call Rich DelRossi (617) 462-3612 (978) 390 - 4438


The Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless Furniture Bank
is in need of donations.  If you have tables, chairs, dressers, couches,
hutches, rugs, bed frames, kitchen items, etc. – anything in good shape
that a needy family could use – contact Gary Jacobson to arrange for pick up.  
(781) 595-7570 ext.13   or   (978) 532-1777 
Thank you for your support.

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