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Saugus Faith Community INTERFAITH SEDER
March 20, 2018 (6:30 pm)

1st Congregational Church GOSPEL MUSIC JUBILEE
March 24, 2018 (6:00 pm)

1st Congregational Church AGAPE SUPPER
March 29, 2018 (6:30 pm)

March 30, 2018 (3:00 pm)

April 1, 2018 (6:00 am)

1st Congregational Church EASTER SUNRISE BREAKFAST
April 1, 2018 (6:30 am)

1st Congregational Church EASTER SUNDAY SERVICE
April 1, 2018 (10:00 am)

Theatre Company of Saugus presents THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
April 27, 2018 (8:00 pm)

Theatre Company of Saugus presents THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
April 29, 2018 (2:00 pm)

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Dog Licenses must be renewed by April 1st every year
click here to view / print the 2018 Dog License Application  

For more information, please call the Town Clerk's office (781) 231 - 4101 


The Saugus Faith Community Interfaith Seder
Tuesday, March 20    from 6:30 to 7:30 pm
at East Saugus United Methodist Church, 85 Chestnut Street
Join the Saugus Faith Community as we share a Jewish Seder meal.
We will hear the story of the Exodus, sample the symbolic foods of
Passover, and learn all about the traditions of the Jewish Seder meal.
Come experience the stories, songs, and rituals of the Passover Seder.
Learn how this ancient Jewish ritual meal informs the present day
Christian “Last Supper.”
Our guest host is Stephanie Simons of Temple Tiferet Shalom in Peabody. 
There is no charge but seating is limited. 
Call Rev. Martha Leahy by March 14 (781) 233-3028 for reservations.
  or visit
Shalom and peace.


Gospel Music Jubilee
Saturday   March 24   from 6:00 to 7:30 pm
at First Congregational Church UCC
300 Central Street, Saugus Center
Featuring the dynamic choirs of First Baptist Church in Saugus -
Men's, Women's & Youth - under the direction of Melvin Murphy
With special guest musicians Rebecca Harrold & Lisa Merschen
Admission is free but freewill donations
to the church’s music program are welcome.
Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Saugus Food Pantry.
Join us for a reception with coffee & desserts after the concert.
All entrances are wheelchair accessible.
Call (781) 233-3028 for reservations
     visit us on Facebook 


Agape Supper at First Congregational 
Thursday   March 29   at 6:30 pm  
Come join First Congregational Church UCC, 300 Central Street, Saugus,
for our annual Maundy Agape Supper.
  This is the night we recreate the
Last Supper Jesus had with his disciples before he was arrested and tried. 
We serve authentic foods of first century Palestine: lamb stew, fruit, cheese,
and homemade bread.
  We read scripture describing the passion of Jesus
and we share Communion.  We end by singing the spiritual, “Were You There?” 
Free and open to the public but reservations are suggested. 
Call (781) 233-3028 and leave a message.  


Saugus Faith Community Ecumenical Good Friday Walk
Friday  March 30  from 3:00 to 4:00 pm
Join the Saugus Faith Community for our annual Ecumenical Good Friday Walk
on the grounds of Blessed Sacrament Church, 14 Summer Street.  We will present
the story of “The Seven Last Words of Jesus” as he walked to his death on Calvary. 
Come immerse yourself step-by-step in this ancient story of love and redemption.
Rain location will be inside the sanctuary of Blessed Sacrament.
For more information, call (781) 233-3028, email  
ind us on Facebook 


Easter Sunday Ecumenical Sunrise Worship
Sunday   April 1  at 6:00 am
The Saugus Faith Community invites you to wake up early and come
to worship with us on Easter morning.  We will meet at Vitale Park
on Ballard Street, read scripture, sing songs, pray, and imagine
ourselves at the empty tomb experiencing all the shock and joy
that we would feel if we had actually been there.
Rain location for the service is at First Congregational Church.
After the service, come to First Congregational Church UCC,
300 Central Street, Saugus at 6:30 am for a Sunrise Breakfast

(suggested donation $6.50).  A great way to start your Easter Day!
For more information, call (781) 233-3028, email
Find us on Facebook


Easter Sunday Breakfast at First Congregational Church
The First Congregational Church in Saugus Center will hold an
Easter Sunday Breakfast on Sunday, April 1 from 6:30 to 9:00 am   
The menu includes: scrambled eggs, bacon, home fries, French toast,
homemade baked beans, assorted pastries, coffee and juice.
The cost for this full breakfast is a $6.00 donation. 
Those attending the Easter Sunrise Service at Vitale Park and anyone else
interested in a time of delicious eating and fellowship are encouraged to attend.
Tickets will be available at the door.


Easter Sunday Service at First Congregational
Sunday  April 1   at 10:00 am
Join us at 1st Congregational Church UCC, 300 Central St., Saugus 
as we celebrate the holiest day of the Christian year –
the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  We will lift the black veil on the cross
and replace it with a white veil crowned with a garland of flowers. 
We will pray for peace and sing songs of joy.  Special musical guests
are vocalist Ayo Asude and trombonist Paul Ackerman. 
Children will enjoy an Easter egg hunt in our Community Hall
and everyone will receive a special gift to remember the day.
Please call (781) 233-3028 for more information. 


2018 Saugus Babe Ruth Registration
Saugus Babe Ruth Baseball is now accepting registrations.  
The deadline is March 28, 2018
Please download the registration form HERE 
Drop off forms at Saugus Youth & Recreation building
at 400 Central Street, Saugus.

This is not a Saugus Youth & Rec program,
please email
 with any questions


Breakheart Reservation’s Annual Winter Photo Contest
Strike a Pose! It’s time once again to show us your personal best!
~  Amateurs Only  ~

The contest will be open for submissions:
Thursday, March 1 through Saturday, March 31, 2018
For complete information, click here to view / print the FLYER for this event.


2018 Scholarships
The Saugus River Watershed Council is now accepting applications
for 2018 environmental scholarships.  During 2018, the Saugus River
Watershed Council will award a $500 Environmental Leadership Scholarship
and a $500 Pamela Harris Memorial Scholarship to high school seniors
graduating during the spring of 2018 and attending college next fall.
Applications must be emailed by Friday March 30, 2018 to

Click to read the Press Release
      Click to download / print the Scholarship Application


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Saugus Action Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE) is, once again, offering an
Environmental Scholarship to any Saugus resident who is graduating high school
in 2018 and pursuing a degree in any field which would benefit the environment.
Please visit SAVE on Facebook for further information and application.


Saugus Chamber of Commerce 2018 Scholarship
The Saugus Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that, once again,
it will be awarding a $1000.00 Scholarship to a qualifying graduating senior!
Deadline to deliver application is 4:00 pm April 27, 2018
For more information, and to apply for the scholarship,
please download the APPLICATION here - and good luck to the Class of 2018!


Ted Reinstein is coming to the Saugus Public Library
Tuesday  April 10  at 6:30 pm

Hosted by New Friends of the Saugus Public Library, Ted Reinstein will be at the library
to discuss his book “New England’s General Stores:  Exploring An American Classic“.
Please join us for this free program.
Ted has been a reporter for “Chronicle”, WCVB-TV, Boston’s award-winning, and
America’s longest-running, locally produced, nightly news magazine since 1997. 
In addition, he is a regular contributor for the station’s political round table show
and he sits on WCVB’s Editorial Board.

Due to limited seating, reservations are required. 
Please contact the reference desk  (781) 231-4168  or  

Stephen the Magician at Saugus Public Library
Wednesday   April 18     from 3:00 to 4:00 pm
in the Community Room
Stephen combines high energy magic with comedy
to make live animals appear and disappear.
After the show children can interact with the animals he brings!
This Program was made possible by a generous grant
from the Saugus Cultural Council.
Amy Pierce Melton, Children’s Librarian  (781) 231-4168 

Free After School Studies Help! for students in K-5
Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00 to 5:00 pm

Homework helpers are National Junior Honor Society Students

from the Belmonte Middle School.     . . . more info 

Poetry Contest! at the Saugus Public Library
Open to Students in Grades 6 –12

Drop your poetry off at the Reference Desk during March and April
You can submit as many poems as you’d like.
Poetry will be judged by the library staff.
Winners will be notified at the beginning of May. 

1st Place - $50 gift card to Uno’s Restaurant & $25 to Revere Showcase Cinema
2nd Place - $25 to the Showcase Cinema in Revere
3rd Place - $25 to Showcase Cinema in Revere
April is National Poetry Month

 Theatre Company of Saugus 
theatermasks.gifMarch 2018 Newsletter 
Join TCS for our 2018 Spring musical comedy,
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Tickets Now on Sale
Performances April 27, 28, 29 & May 4, 5, 6

at the American Legion Post 210, 44 Taylor Street, Saugus, MA 01906

Read our newsletter or visit for more information


Mother Nature must not be a baseball fanAs a result of the recent snow storm and the very cold temperatures, baseball fields
seem to be a long way off from being playable.  2018 will mark the 14th season for
World Series Park.   This season’s opening will probably be delayed.
 wsp-450.jpgThe park was built in the summer of 2004 to create another big-league size field
for playing baseball in Saugus.  With the support of Saugus businesses and the
community at large, funds were raised to build the field.  Since then a lot of
improvements have been made that include a clubhouse, dugouts, a batting cage,
a playground, a pavilion, a state-of-the-art security system and a new infield.
All made possible by financial donations and donations of workmanship.
 Since it was built in 2004 by the World Series Park Committee, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit,
charitable organization, the park has prospered.  Over 250 games are played every
season at the park.  Those teams who play games on the field are Saugus High varsity
and freshmen, Saugus Babe Ruth, Saugus Wings AAU, colleges and adult leagues. 
From early April through sometimes into November the park has a very busy schedule.
 In addition to baseball games World Series Park hosted Special Olympics for 6 years,
a TargetCancer fundraiser for 2 years, several other fundraisers, a vigil and most
recently, a Veterans/Military Appreciation Day.
  The park has also hosted the Annual
Saugus Alumni Game, as well as many baseball tournaments including several
Babe Ruth district tournaments and two Babe Ruth state tournaments.
 In 2015 World Series Park helped raise funds and supervised the building of the
adjacent softball field currently used by Saugus Softball Little League and Saugus High.
 Bob Davis, superintendent of World Series Park said,  “It’s hard to believe we’ll be starting
our 14th season this year.  We’ve come a long way since the first scoop of dirt was dug as
we broke ground in June of 2004.  We believe we’ve made a contribution to keeping
baseball alive in Saugus and given the youth of Saugus more opportunity to play baseball.
 Donations for our 2018 fundraiser, The Wall of Fame, are still being received. 
For a minimum donation of $100 you can get your name on a building plaque. 
Donation checks may be made out to:  World Series Park
and sent to:  8 Holden Avenue, Saugus, MA 01906. 
We sure appreciate all the support we’ve received.  We hope the snow will melt soon.”

A “Wall of Fame” is new addition to World Series Park
to honor the generous donors who support WSP
As a result of requests to donate to World Series Park,
a 4' X 8'  “Wall of Fame”
will be erected on the field side of the building. 
This will be a permanent plaque that will list
the names of people who make a minimum donation of $100. 
Donations may be made in honor of others or in memory of loved ones.  

Donations to WSP for inclusion on the Wall of Fame should be sent to:
World Series Park, 8 Holden Avenue, Saugus, MA 01906 
Checks should be made payable to:  World Series Park
Donations may be made thru General Electric Matching Gifts Program. 
For any questions, please contact Bob Davis at (781) 233-4555

The World Series Park Committee is a 501(c)(3) non-profit,
charitable organization.  Donations are tax-exempt.       


Assistance for Saugus Veterans is available.
Programs available for  financial and medical assistance
for fixed / low-income veterans, spouses, and widows.

Saugus Veterans Services           Saugus Veterans Council  

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