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Welcome to Tewksbury Reception for New Residents on October 28

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TEWKSBURY – Have you moved to town in the past two years?  Are you interested in learning more about what Tewksbury has to offer?

New residents are invited to the Second Annual “Welcome to Tewksbury” Reception on Monday, October 28, 2019, from 6pm to 7:30pm, at the Tewksbury Public Library (300 Chandler Street).

New residents are encouraged to drop in anytime during the event:

·         Meet representatives from town government, schools, businesses, churches, and community organizations.

·         Learn about their services, programs, and volunteer opportunities.

·         Pick up a free Welcome Bag filled with information, coupons, and gift items from Wilmington-Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce businesses.

·         Enjoy conversation and light refreshments with other residents who are new to the community.

The Welcome to Tewksbury Reception is hosted by Tewksbury Public Library and the Wilmington/Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce.

“Last year’s reception attracted approximately 150 residents,” says Chamber Executive Director Nancy Vallee.  “We’re so happy to be collaborating with the library once again to bring this valuable event back for a second year.”

“The Library is honored to once again host this reception,” adds Community Services Librarian Robert Hayes.  “It’s really a natural fit as the library is a hub for community information and often one of the first places residents visit after moving to town.”

While the event is geared towards new residents, any resident who feels they would benefit from attending is welcome.

For planning purposes, attendees are asked to register in advance by calling Hayes at 978-640-4490 x 205, emailing rhayes@tewksburypl.org, or signing themselves up using the library’s online calendar of events at www.tewksburypl.org.

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