Several community members have contacted Sturdy Memorial Hospital regarding marketing calls they have received at home or on their cell phones where their caller ID identifies Sturdy as the caller. These calls do not originate at Sturdy or any of its affiliates. The practice is called “spoofing” in which outside companies are able to have another entity displayed on the caller ID to entice the public to answer the call.
According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) the Truth in Caller ID Act, FCC rules prohibit any person or entity from transmitting misleading or inaccurate caller ID information with the intent to defraud, cause harm or wrongly obtain anything of value. Unfortunately, if no harm is intended or caused, the practice is not considered illegal.
The public is urged to not give out any personal information to unknown callers or purchase any product that they may be selling. Phone calls from your doctor’s office do occur on occasion but if you are unsure if a call is legitimate the safest practice is to hang up and call the number you have for your physician’s office directly.
Sturdy Memorial Hospital and its Associated Medical Practices has never and will never sell, trade or lend patient personal information to any outside company for any reason.
Sturdy Memorial Hospital is a full-service, independent, financially stable, not-for-profit acute care community hospital in Attleboro, Massachusetts.
Patriot Place announced today the launch of the Scouting About at Patriot Place Scavenger Hunt.
Participants will celebrate the start of the football season by visiting Patriot Place stores and restaurant windows to find each venue’s corresponding Patriots jersey number. Participants will then build their team by correctly matching each business to a player through the Player Sightings log at www.patriot-place.com/scavenger-hunt/.
The first 100 participants (one per household) to complete the scavenger hunt will win a $10 Patriot Place gift card. Additionally, one randomly selected participant will win the grand prize of a pair of ticket for a 2021 Patriots home game, and a $100 Patriot Place gift card. In order to enter to win, participants must submit their completed log by 6 p.m. on Oct. 4, 2020.
Interactive drive-thru exhibit features over 70 animatronic dinosaurs
Tickets available now for safe and socially-distanced experience
Gillette Stadium announced today that it will host the Jurassic Quest drive-thru exhibit for the first time from Sept. 4 through Sept. 13, 2020.
Jurassic Quest is the first event of its kind hosted at the home of the six-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots and New England Revolution. The innovative experience allows guests to travel back in time as they drive through an interactive exhibit featuring over 70 moving and roaring dinosaurs, including favorites like the 50-foot Megalodon and 80-foot Spinosaurus.
Paired with an online audio tour, Jurassic Quest is an educational and exciting experience for the whole family enjoyed from the safety of a vehicle. Guests will take a quest throughout the exhibit, encountering some of the largest dinosaurs to ever roam the earth and some of the eeriest marine creatures to ever inhabit the ocean’s depths.
Gillette Stadium will host Jurassic Quest from Sept. 4 through Sept. 13, 2020 from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. daily. Guests can purchase drive-thru tickets for an assigned time slot for just $49 per vehicle, and $80 for passenger vehicles that seat 9-15 people. Motorcycles and similar vehicles are not permitted at Jurassic Quest. Guests can also bring a piece of Jurassic Quest home with them with dinosaur toy add-on bundles and merchandise available online for contact-free pickup. Tickets and add-ons are available now at JurassicQuest.com/events/drive-thru-boston.
Jurassic Quest and Gillette Stadium staff will be on-hand to ensure all proper social distancing guidelines are being followed. Please refer to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ website for COVID-19 travel restrictions and guidelines.
Contactless children’s clothing, shoes and books donation to take place in Patriot Place parking lot 12 from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Friday, July 24
WHAT: Patriot Place is teaming up with Cradles to Crayons to host “Stuff-a-Truck” in parking lot 12 across from Bed Bath & Beyond on Friday, July 24 from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Members of the community will have the opportunity to safely donate children’s clothing, shoes and books in a contact-free and socially distanced setting by driving up to the branded truck and unloading their donations.
Employees from Cradles to Crayons and Patriot Place will be on site to assist with the donations, while following the CDC guidelines on social distancing.
WHEN:Friday, July 24, 2020; 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Gillette Stadium; 1 Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA 02035
**The truck will be located in lot 12, across from Bed Bath & Beyond**
The Sage School of Foxboro is excited to announce our virtual camp experience, providing a combination of advanced academics, adventures, creativity and innovation, through workshops, demonstration, experimentation, and hands-on learning.
A pivot from the traditional bricks and mortar summer camp, known as Summer Sage, this unique experience, which takes place June 29-July 31, will include weekly ‘camp in a box’ kits delivered to students near and far in Exploration (PK-K), Innovation (Grades 1-4), and Academy (Grades 5-8).
Students will log on to Google Meet with same-aged peers for morning (9 AM -11 AM) and afternoon (12 PM – 2 PM) sessions. Sessions will consist of short periods of teaching, followed by demonstrations, experimentations, crafts, arts, podcasting and videomaking to name a few. The sessions are taught by Sage faculty and alumni, through an integrated approach, incorporating STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) and Humanities (literacy, history, social studies), in ways that will spark curiosity and inspire discovery.
Youngest campers in Exploration can become an official Sage paleontologist for the week and explore history through prehistorical activities and crafts, creating replica fossils and dinosaur eggs in the workshop “Digging for Dinosaurs.” Sage Innovation campers can build endurance, coordination and balance in “Multi-Sports and Fitness” or enjoy fun and simple mechanics experiments in “Fun with Physics.” The older campers can build their STEM skills in workshops like “Build a Robot,” “Code Your Own Game”, “Video Editing Skill Builder,” “Basic of Movie Writing”, “Physics”, “Podcasting” and so much more
Sessions are $200 for the week, which includes the themed kit and Summer Sage t-shirt. This summer, participants will have the unique opportunity to travel “virtually” to and participate in classes with others in a “classroom” where their curiosity will be piqued and they can learn from teachers who are passionate for their subject matter. Registration and a full listing of workshops is available online at sageschool.org/summer-sage.
For more information, contact Lisa Downs at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is a complete listing of the classes we are offering:
Exploration (PK-K) It’s A Bug’s Life Science World Digging for Dinosaurs Animalpalooza STEAM World
Innovation (grades 1-4) Peaceful Warriors Where in the Land Down Under is Mrs. Manuels? Integrated Arts Around the World The Wild, Wild West Gear Up to Hike the Appalachian Mythical Creatures Explore Glacier National Park Jurassic World Fun with Physics Painting Studio Multi Sports & Fitness Earth Day Everyday Final Frontier
Academy (grades 5-8) Yoga Flow Psychology for Kids Beginner Music Theory Gratitude Global Connections Video Editing Build a Robot Code Your Own Game The Cell Girls Lead! Digital Photography The Basics of Movie Writing Crafting Antique Maps Old Timey Radio Shows Physics Podcasting
The Sage School of Foxboro, MA is a private, independent school providing advanced academics for gifted and talented students in Preschool to Grade 8. Visit www.sageschool.org for more.