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Alcott historian Joan Spinazola shares insights about the real people behind the characters of Louisa May Alcott’s famous 1868 novel. How much were the fictional Marches based on the actual lives of Bronson and Abigail Alcott, and their daughters?
Framingham Rotary Education Fund gave away scholarships at $3,500 each to 10 high school students on Monday May 18th. Due to COVID-19 instead of a luncheon the ceremony was held via Zoom. Students, parents, School Superintendents and or councilors, and State Representatives attended.
Dr. Alfred DeMaria Jr., retired Medical Director and State Epidemiologist at the Mass. Bureau of Infections Disease and Kathy Hursen, former Framingham Public Health Nurse, present Framingham's health legacy during WWI and during a pandemic that took 50 million lives worldwide.
A musical, interfaith service of harmony and togetherness, in response to anti-Semitism, racism, and hatred, at Temple Beth Am in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Worcester Wings of Freedom