In honor of Veterans Day, Foxboro Cable Access has scheduled a series of programs on the Government Channel that feature interviews with Foxborough Veterans who served in World War II and more recently. Some of the programs were taped about ten years ago as part of collaboration between the Foxboro Senior Center and the FHS Communication Arts class under the direction of Mrs. Paula Pedroli. Others were taped more recently by local producer Neil Kaiser. All of them were sent on to the Library of Congress to be included in the Veterans’ Oral History Project that is an ongoing effort to document the stories and experiences of veterans nationwide.
The programs will be shown over the next week on The Government Channel (Comcast 22 / Verizon 38). The complete schedule with detailed times and dates are listed on the FCA website: www.fcatv.org . For additional information on this programming or to learn more about other FCA activities and training which is offered at no charge to town residents, please contact FCA Executive Director Michael Webber at 508-543-4757.
The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation and Patriots safety Devin McCourty celebrated the chance to bring football to the local special needs community on Monday, Nov. 10, with a flag football event as part of the Foundation’s ongoing Celebrate Volunteerism initiative.
Smiles could be seen from every corner of the gymnasium inside the Invensys Foxboro branch of the Hockomock Area YMCA on Monday, Nov. 10, as the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation (NEPCF) and Patriots defensive captain Devin McCourty participated in a series of flag football drills and a game of capture the flag with members of the YMCA’s Integration Initiative program. Continue reading →
Sturdy Memorial Hospital was honored with an “A” grade in The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2014 Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from errors, injuries, and infections.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by The Leapfrog Group,” says Dr. Bruce Auerbach, President & CEO of Sturdy. “Everyone in the organization—including physicians, nurses, other clinicians, ancillary and support staff, and the entire leadership team—is ever-mindful of ensuring safe, optimum-quality care for the people we serve.” Continue reading →