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Debunking common myths associated with breast cancer

Cancer claims the lives of millions of people across the globe every year. But the fight against cancer is anything but hopeless, as the World Health Organization notes that between 30 and 50 percent of all cancer cases are preventable.

Learning about cancer is one of the best ways for people to protect themselves from this deadly disease. Researchers continue to learn more about cancer everyday and routinely discover that information once thought to be accurate was actually off-base.

Despite researchers’ best efforts, some myths about cancer still prevail. Some of these myths are about cancer in general, while others refer to specific cancers, including breast cancer. Myths about breast cancer can be as harmful as accurate information is helpful, so learning the truth and debunking those

myths can be an important part of women’s preventive approach to breast cancer.

• Myth: Drinking milk increases

your risk for breast cancer. The American Cancer Society notes that early studies raised concerns that drinking milk from cows treated with hormones could increase a person’s risk for breast cancer. However, ensuing research failed to find a clear link between the two. In fact, a 2002 study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology found no significant association between dairy fluid intake and breast cancer risk.

• Myth: Lumps indicate breast

cancer. The National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.® says that only a

small percentage of breast lumps turn out to be cancer. However, abnormalities or changes in breast tissue should always be brought to the attention of a physician.

• Myth: Mammograms cause breast cancer to spread. This myth is rooted in the incorrect notion that

to spread. This myth is rooted in the incorrect notion that breast compression while getting a

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How to keep your home and family safe from fires

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be putting yourself, your family or tenants at serious risk. New York and Oregon, as well

New York and Oregon, as well as the cities of Phoenix, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Milwaukee and New York City, have passed laws requiring 10-year battery smoke alarms in residential buildings. Other states and municipalities are considering similar legislation.

threats and helps to combat false or "nuisance" alarms that may lead to device deactivation - all while providing a decade of protection without battery replacement. It also signals an end-of-life warning, notifying consumers when it needs replacement.

the NFPA recommends installing smoke alarms at the top of each staircase and in every bedroom or sleeping area. To put this into perspective, the average-sized home in America - a two-story, three-bedroom house - needs a minimum of five smoke alarms.

Go for a 10: One of the greatest advancements in smoke alarm technology in recent years has been the development of new 10- year sealed battery smoke alarms, such as First Alert's 10-Year Atom Smoke & Fire Alarm, which consumers have used to add fire protection to their homes. The Atom features an advanced smoke entry system designed to reduce the chances of false alarms, along with a loud, penetrating siren. In addition, 10-year alarms provide hassle- free protection so homeowners, property owners and renters no longer need to remember to replace

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DUDLEY - October is designated as National Bullying Prevention month. This activity can impact children and adults. I was asked to bring this to the attention of the readers and provide some information on potential law violations that can apply in these instances.

Bullying is talked about more in today’s world than in years past. It still exists in many forms and it can have a negative impact on people’s lives. In years past, a student may be the subject of bullying in school. Today, for anyone who is the subject of this activity, the exposure never ends. Thanks to the internet and social media, this can occur 24 hours per day, seven days a week. People can also feel empowered by the relative anonymity of the computer or phone. They will often find themselves saying things in this forum they would never say to someone’s face. Bullying involves

more than simply having opposing views or engaging in an argument. It will usually consist of repeated attempts the threaten, assault, or intimidate people. If this activity occurs and it is not addressed, it can have serious consequences. People must recognize when someone they know is the subject of bullying and take proactive measures to address it. A great deal of information and helpful tips can be found at https:// www.stopbullying.gov.

Several crimes can apply in these instances and they are always viewed on a case by case basis. Potential criminal charges can include threats, assault, assault and battery, stalking, criminal harassment, and numerous other offenses. In some cases, where

a person may be the target of this

activity motivated by bigotry and bias, the charge of a “hate crime” may apply. Since so many potential criminal violations are involved and serious consequences can be imposed, it is important to investigate these claims and proceed in the proper direction.

The main objective is to be aware of these activities and take steps to stop or prevent it. Try to intervene if possible or report these incidents to any proper authority, if warranted. Above all, we need to promote kindness and tolerance and address issues early on in order to limit their negative effects.

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Are you getting enough protein in your diet?

(BPT) - You may have noticed protein bars and shakes popping up at grocery stores or gyms. Coverage of the benefits of protein is all the rage. So it might be surprising to learn that almost half of older adults are not consuming enough protein, thus negatively impacting their health, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging.

What role should protein play in our diet? "Protein can be thought of as one of the building blocks to our muscles, bones and blood," said Dr. James Metcalf, a medical director with UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement. "Not only does protein help keep our body strong, it helps promote good balance and mobility - all important factors to being able to live independently as we age."

Additionally, protein helps combat common signs of aging, like declines in muscle mass, strength and function, which can put you at greater risk of falling and fracturing bones.

But before you grab the nearest protein bar, let's discuss exactly how much protein you should consume each day.

How much protein do I need? The National Academy of Medicine's recommended dietary allowance for protein is 0.8 grams

per kilogram of body weight per day. For an adult who weighs 195 pounds that's 71 grams per day; for someone who weighs 170 pounds that's 62 grams per day.

While it is helpful to know how many grams of protein you should aim to consume each day, knowing the amount of protein in the foods we eat can be a bit of a mystery. Below are some sources of high-quality protein and the corresponding amount of protein in each, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture FoodData Central database:

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Bottom line If you feel you might benefit from adding some sources of protein into your diet, be sure to talk with your doctor before making any drastic changes.

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The health benefits of peanut butter

Peanut butter can be found in kitchen cabinets across the globe. And whether you’re fond of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or prefer peanut butter smeared on toast, chances are you can find a jar of this beloved spread in your pantry.

While flavor might be the foremost reason people keep jars of peanut butter in their pantries, the nutritional value of peanut butter should not be overlooked. So just how healthy is peanut butter? The following are some notable reasons to pick up a jar of peanut butter and add more peanuts to your diet on your next trip to the grocery store.

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• Peanut butter can benefit your cholesterol levels. A 2015 study published in the Journal of Food Science and Technology noted that peanuts are an excellent source of resveratrol, phenolic acids, flavonoids, and phytosterols that block the absorption of cholesterol from diet. Maintaining healthy cholesterol levels is an essential

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Sugar is another ingredient to watch out for when buying peanut butter. Some manufacturers may include extra sugar to boost the flavor profile of their peanut butters, so keep an eye out for sugar content, which tends to be high in flavored varieties of peanut butter.

Peanut butter can be a nutritious addition to anyone’s diet. But peanut butter should be eaten in moderation and consumers should recognize that not all peanut butters provide the nutritional value they’re looking for.

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Experiment with Halloween bark

Festive Halloween treats can be easily concocted with a little imagination. Crafting a homemade chocolate and candy bark is one way to incorporate many of the candies and other treats synonymous with Halloween in a single delicious bite.

According to Baking Bites, an online source of recipes and cooking advice, chocolate bark is a sheet of chocolate that is usually covered with nuts, dried fruits, candies, or additional pieces of chocolate. Bark, which is an easily prepared homemade dessert, can be broken apart into pieces.

Making bark begins with a favorite melting chocolate. Individuals can use candy-making chocolate that may need to be tempered and poured, or they can melt down chocolate bars and chips. This is best done in a double boiler set over simmering water. Some people

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a microwave on low until the right consistency is reached.

The chocolate should be spread out on a pan lined with parchment

paper or another nonstick surface, such as oiled aluminum foil. While the chocolate is still tacky, add the desired bark ingredients. Come Halloween, cooks can use candy corn, pretzels, raisins, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and even dried cranberries to give the treat

a seasonal feel. Of course, the bark

can be customized to any flavor profile. Another fun idea is to have gummy worms or other candies sticking out of the bark for a truly 3-D effect.

Some people may choose to use white chocolate or melting candies in different colors (orange and yellow) to add even more appeal to Halloween-theme bark.

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Halloween costumes that should be popular this year

Halloween is a chance to celebrate whimsy and fantasy and have fun. Halloween is not complete without dressing up in costumes and taking on an alternate persona.

Many of the costumes people will covet this year involve the movie and television characters that have entertained the masses in the months leading up to October. With that in mind, these get-ups are poised to be plentiful as kids and adults begin their hunt for Halloween candy.

• Fortnite: Gamers of all ages still can’t get enough of the multiplayer game that exploded on the scene in 2017. Fans are still going strong and may want to emulate their favorite characters from the battle.

• Spiderman: Peter Parker’s European trip is put on hold when he agrees to help Nick Fury uncover some mysteries. The latest Spiderman was highly anticipated, so Halloween revelers likely can’t wait to spin their own webs and don the suit.

• Stranger Things: The incredibly popular Netflix series “Stranger Things” has sparked an entire subculture of fans. Now in its third season, viewers have immersed themselves in 1980s pop culture and the lives of the main characters. Whether they choose to go as a Demogorgon, Eleven, Dustin, Mike, or Will, the sci-fi show is sure to spawn some recognizeable costumes.

• Infinity War and Endgame:

Marvel gave fans two action- packed movies featuring a slew of characters from the Marvel cinematic universe. Fans can pick among Thanos, Thor, Captain America, Doctor Strange, or any of their movie and comic book heroes for Halloween fun.

• Game of Thrones: Having recently finished its final season, “Game of Thrones” enjoyed a remarkable and wildly popular run. Based on George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels, the show became one of the most popular programs on television, attracting legions of fans following the antics in the Seven Kingdoms. People can pull from costumes emulating popular characters from the series.

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How to prepare and cook pumpkin seeds

Nutrition and Halloween do not necessarily go hand in hand. While many parents may go to great lengths to ensure their youngsters’ Halloween treats offer at least a little nutritional value, the bulk of costumed kids’ hauls still tends to be candy.

Pumpkin seeds are one delicious yet often overlooked Halloween treat. According to Healthline, an online medical resource that aims to educate readers as they pursue their health and overall well-being, pumpkin seeds provide a host of health benefits. Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicates that a single cup of pumpkin seeds can provide as much as 22 percent of a person’s daily recommended value of dietary fiber. In addition, pumpkin seeds are loaded with vitamin K, which plays a role in blood clotting and bone metabolisms and helps to regulate blood calcium levels.

Pumpkin seeds tend to be easily accessible come Halloween, as they’re right inside the pumpkins many who celebrate this ghoulish

holiday turn into jack-o’-lanterns. When carving pumpkins this Halloween, people can forgo relegating pumpkin seeds to the garbage can in favor of cooking them. The following are some tips, courtesy of Whole Foods, to help Halloween celebrants prepare and cook pumpkin seeds.

• Remove seeds from the inner

cavity. Pumpkin seeds may sometimes be covered in excess pulp. Upon removing the seeds from the inner cavity, wipe off the pulp and then spread the seeds out evenly on a paper bag, allowing them to dry overnight.

• Place the seeds in a single layer on a cookie sheet. Once the seeds have dried, they can be placed in

a single layer on a cookie sheet.

Roast the seeds in the oven at a

temperature between 160 and 170

F for 15 to 20 minutes. Whole

Foods notes researchers found that roasting pumpkin seeds for more than 20 minutes can lead to unwanted changes in the fat structure of the seeds. To avoid such changes, make sure the seeds are not roasted for more than 20 minutes.

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Once they have been roasted, pumpkin seeds can be served as- is as a delicious snack. Whole

Foods notes that seeds also can be sprinkled into mixed green salads. Pumpkin seeds can even be ground with fresh garlic, parsley and cilantro leaves and then mixed with olive oil and lemon juice to create

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(StatePoint) The cultural phenomenon sparked by professional organizing consultant Marie Kondo has motivated millions worldwide to declutter. While cleaning out your closet and making a financial plan may be two very different things, tidying up your finances can also “spark joy.”

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2. Calculate your net worth to get an overall picture of your financial standing. Your net worth is everything you own minus everything you owe.

3. Update (or create) your budget showing what money is coming in and what’s going out. Make sure it’s not in the red, meaning you’re spending more than you’re earning.

4. Consider opening a Christmas

club-type savings account to pay for big-ticket personal expenses. Originally pioneered during the Great Depression, Christmas clubs were financial accounts people added cash to throughout the year. They then used these savings to buy holiday gifts, helping to avoid the holiday spending “hangover.” You can create your own by automating savings each month, ideally in an interest-bearing account. If you save $75 a month, you’ll have $900 over the course of a year (or even more, if you earn interest).

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bonds allocation, so this will have to be rebalanced. 8. Increase your savings plans. This could

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If you haven’t begun planning for retirement or tying your financial goals to your life goals, there’s no

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Safe Boating Courses in November Offered by the Coast Guard Auxiliary

Our local United States Coast Guard Aux. Tri-State Flotilla will be instructing three courses that should be of interest to anyone owning, operating, onboard as a guest, or on any charter excursion where boating is involved.

ABOUT BOATING SAFELY – This one-day course developed to provide the skills and confidence needed to explore the coast and inland waters by boat. Basic knowledge and skills are needed to have safe and enjoyable boating experiences, and this course is perfect for families that have just purchased a boat or are planning to in the future; and also for the boater keeping up with changes to boating regulations and laws. Successful completion of the course will also certify a minor, from 12 to 16 years of age, to operate a powerboat, including a Personal Water Craft / Jet Ski for 16 & 17 year-old operators, on Massachusetts waters. Certification is in conjunction with the Mass. Environmental Police. Rhode Island residents born in/or after 1986 can also take the “Challenge Exam” for the RI Boater Education Card to operate motor vessels over 10 HP along with anyone, any age, from any state, wanting to operate a PWC on RI waters. ABS also meets the requirements to operate a vessel in many other states & most countries where boating safety education is mandatory. Several of the boating insurance companies offer a discount on premiums on successful completion of this course. This course will be available twice in November at two different

locations by certified, experienced, volunteer instructors at a small cost that covers a facility usage/or registration fee and the additional cost of the ABS Course textbook, certification, hand-out materials. There will be a one-hour break for lunch. Lunch will not be provided, please bring your own or visit a local establishment. Participants ages 12-17 must be accompanied by a registered parent/guardian. Register soon as space is limited; the two ABS courses offered are:

Saturday Nov. 2, 2019 8 AM to 5 PM At the Milford High School, 31 West Fountain Street, Milford, MA Offered as part of the Milford Community School Use Program, course information, cost and the registration process can be found in the Winter Milford Community Center catalog that is sent out by mail to the surrounding community. For course registration call Laura Krovocheck at 508-478-1119, online at http://mcs.milford.ma.us (under: Adult Programs – Fall - Boating). For additional USCGAux. information: phil.uscgaux@ verizon.net or (508) 478-3778. Course information, cost, and directions can be found at http:// wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.

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Monthly Writers Group

WEBSTER - Monthly Writers Group will meet on Wednesday, October 9 from 5pm to 7pm at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street, Webster, MA. Free. Open to all genres and styles. Bring a piece to share or just come listen and of- fer feedback. Call 508-949-6232 or email deb@bookloversgourmet. com to register.

Friends of the Library Concert Series – Doctor Gasp

WEBSTER - Please join the Gladys E. Kelly Public Library on Wednes- day, October 9 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm for the Friends of the Li- brary Concert Series. A prolific visual artist and musician, Dan Blakeslee, a.k.a. Dr. Gasp, has illus- trated a plethora of album covers, a beer label series and over 600 rock posters. For the October concert, Dan’s alter ego, Dr. Gasp, will play Halloween themed ragtime folk songs about vampires and scary folk songs for all ages.

presents a multimedia and partici- patory program which incorporates rare recordings, archival video, captivating storytelling, group sing- ing, and guided music-making. The August 1969 Woodstock Exposi-

tion of Music and Art continues to reverberate cultural ripples and this program will not only stir memo- ries but provide new perspective. Contact Drusilla Carter ay 508-949-

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Friday, October 11th

Secret Life of Pets 2 Movie

DUDLEY - Need someting to do on

the Kids day off from school? Come

to the Pearle L. Crawford Memo-

rial Library on Friday, October 11 from 1pm to 3pm to watch The Se- cret Life of Pets 2! Popcorn will be provided. Sponsored by the Hugh

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Saturday, October 12th

West Brook eld Farmers Market

WEST BROOKFIELD - The West Brookfield Farmers Market will be holding their final farmers market on Wednesday, October 9 from 3pm to 6pm. Vendors offer select, locally farm grown produce, sweeteners, eggs, meats and homemade health- ful baked goods. The mission of the Market is to promote local agricul- ture and its beneficial economy, to educate the public on healthy, local food options, and to develop strong, positive relationships between farmers and consumers by creating a place where folks can meet, social- ize and share ideas. This is a rain or shine event.

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Pearle Jam Concert Series - Woodstock: A 50th Anniversary Celebration

DUDLEY - The Pearle Jam concert series welcomes author and per- former Craig Harris on Thursday, October 10 from 6pm to 8pm, who

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OXFORD - The General Ebenezer Learned DAR chapter of Oxford would like to invite the public to

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Author Reading & Talk at Book- lovers’ Gourmet

WEBSTER - Author Reading & Talk with mystery writer Marie LeClaire on Saturday, October 12, 2pm to 4pm at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street, Webster, MA. She will be signing and discuss- ing her two companion books, The Last Yard Sale, which grew out of a short story she wrote as a spiritual

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Marie LeClaire has spent the past thirty years as a mental health counselor encouraging others to look beyond our sometimes limited perspective and see a bigger picture of what influences our lives and guides our behavior. She has been writing novels and short stories for the past five years. She still does a little counseling part time but her love now is purely fiction - sort of.

Webster Fire Department Open House

WEBSTER - Join the Webster Fire Department for their Annual Open House on Saturday, October 12 from 11am until 3pm. Come see demonstrations, apparatus on dis- play, meet your local firefighters and free pizza from Papa Gino’s!

Eastern Woodland Stories and Traditions

WEBSTER - At the Gladys E. Kelly Public Library on Saturday, Octo- ber 12 at 12pm learn the legend of the dream catcher, and other sacred hoops, their purpose and mean- ing, and how they are made. Native peoples honor each part of nature, from the plants and trees to the animals, fish and birds - hear how each part has a purpose and how they are incorporated into every- thing from medicine to art. With Steve Quiet Wolf Bachand, Native craftsman, author, storyteller and

teacher. This free series, presented by Generations Healing Center, is made possible through a grant from the Webster Cultural Council and MASS Cultural Council. For more information please call 508-987-

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CHARLTON - Charlton City Unit- ed Methodist Church Saturday, Oct 12th, 5:30-7:00 PM, We are serv- ing our tasty pot roast dinner with the fixings. Beef pot roast, mashed potatoes, green beans, carrots and homemade apple crisp w/ice cream. $10.00 for adults, $6.00 for children 6-12, under 5 free. Max $40.00 per family. Get your reservations in soon or order take-out. Charlton City United Methodist Church, 74 Stafford St, Charlton City, MA. 508- 248-7379 CC-UMC.org.

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Gladys E. Kelly Author Reading

WEBSTER - Join the Gladys E. Kelly Public Library on Tuesday, October 15 starting at 6:30pm for an Author Reading. FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC. Meghan Maclean Weir, author of BOOK OF ESSIE, will talk about her life experiences and her writing. Raised in the rectory of her father’s church in Southbridge, MA; Meghan currently lives and works as a physician in the Boston area.

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Fall Book Sale - Members ONLY Preview Sale

DUDLEY - Come to the Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library Fall Book Sale! Friends on the Library Members-Only Preview: Thursday, October 17 from 5pm to 8pm. Fri- day, October 18 from 10am to 5pm or Saturday, October 19 from 10am to 2pm. Dealers welcome on Friday and Saturday ONLY. Sponsored by Friends of the Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library.

Webster Music Boosters Fall Fundrasier

OXFORD - Come join us at the owls nest studio for a night of craft- ing to support the Webster Music Boosters Inc.! On Thursday, Oc- tober 17 from 6pm to 8pm at The Gyspy Rose, 250 Main Street (Rear), Oxford. Make your choice of a scarecrow or snowman pallet porch sign, or make both! Instructed by :

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Fall Book Sale

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Saturday, October 19th

Native Plants for Healing

WEBSTER - At the Gladys E. Kelly Public Library on Saturday, Octo- ber 19 starting at 12pm discover the wild “weeds” that are in abundance right in our own backyard. Learn the many benefits of these plants, used by generations of Native

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Book Signing & Poety Reading at Booklovers’ Gourmet

WEBSTER - On Saturday, Octo- ber 19 from 1pm to 3pm – Book signing & poetry reading with Sky Boivin who will be selling her full collection of poetry as well as limited copies of original artwork at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street, Webster, MA 01570. For more information call 508-949- 6232 or email deb@booklovers- gourmet.com

Sunday, October 20th

Jazz Brunch

WEBSTER - The United Way of Webster and Dudley is hosting a Jazz Brunch on Sunday, October 20 from 11am to 2pm at Point Breeze, Webster. With the Jerry Seeco Jazz Trio. $30 donation. For tickets call Janet at 5058-943-7500.

You are invited to the Dudley PTO’s Fall Festival

DUDLEY - Sunday, October 20th, from 2:00-4:30pm at 16 School Street, Dudley. Get out your cos- tume and join us for a fun-filled

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Additional parking at the Boys and Girls Club. Tickets will be sold for each event the day of. Sign up is re- quired for 1k Dash and Scarecrow making.

Monday, October 21st

Book Group – e Nightingale by Kristen Hannah

WEBSTER - Please join the Gladys E. Kelly Public Library on Monday, October 21 from 6:30pm to 8pm for the next Book Group Meeting. The Nightingale by Kristen Hannah will be discussed. Viann and Isa- belle have always been close despite their differences. Younger, bolder sister Isabelle lives in Paris while Viann lives a quiet and con-tent life in the French countryside with her husband Antoine and their daugh- ter. When World War II strikes and Antoine is sent off to fight, Viann and Isabelle’s father sends Isabelle to help her older sister cope. As the war progresses, it’s not only the sis- ters’ relationship that is tested, but also their strength and their indi- vidual senses of right and wrong.

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Local Amnesty International Group #356 Meeting

WEBSTER - Local Amnesty In- ternational Group #356 meets on Tuesday, October 22 from 7pm to 8pm to advocate for human rights issues worldwide at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street, Webster. New members welcome! For more information visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/ AI356 or call 508-949-6232.

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Migration to Massachusetts: Eco- nomic Opportunity for Italians in Southbridge, 1910-1945

SOUTHBRIDGE - Professor Te- resa Fava Thomas of Fitchburg State University will be at the Ja- cob Edwards Library on Thursday, October 24 at 6:30pm to present a program on her research of the Ital- ian community in Southbridge and their prosperity in the early part of 1900s. The presentation will exam- ine the diaspora from Palestrina (Lazio), in central Italy, to South- bridge, Massachusetts, where the economic empowerment of Italian immigrants proceeded faster than in other areas of Massachusetts.

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White Photography by Paul Szlosek will be on display October 1st-31st at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street, Webster, MA. A meet the artist reception including an open mic poetry reading will take place on Saturday, October 26 from 1-4 p.m. For more information call

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Native American Flute and Story Telling

WEBSTER - At the Gladys E. Kely Public Library in Webster on Satur- day, October 26 at 12pm enjoy the beautiful music of the Native Amer- ican flute and storytelling with Craig Standing Bear. Craig Standing

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Friday, October 25th

Main Street Webster Trick or Treat

WEBSTER - Join the Webster Police Department and the Main Street

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Saturday, October 26th

Booklovers’ Gourmet October Art Exhibit

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OXFORD - Come to the Oxford Free Public Library on Saturday, October 26 from 9:30am to 12pm dressed up (if you like) in your fa- vorite book/movie/tv/comic book character, and enjoy stations set up throughout the library! Please ab- solutely no weapons/fake weapons of any kind. You’ll have a chance to win free stuff/standees/candy, and much more! Please sign up at the Children’s room circulation desk, and the adult circulation desk. All ages! We encourage adults to dress

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WEBSTER - Memorial Beach the 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat is back at Memorial Beach in Webster on Wednesday, October 30 from 5pm-7pm! Do you have a creative streak? Decorate a car to promote your business or just for fun. Bring it to the beach and get ready for the line of people coming through. Free event sponsored by Place Motors, Police Department, Fire Depart- ment and Recreation Department.

Monthly Book Group

WEBSTER - The Monthly Book Group meets to discuss The Witch Elm by Tana French on Wednes- day, October 30, 6:30pm to 8pm at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street, Webster, MA. Free. Space is limited so please call Deb at 508- 949-6232 to register.

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Men in Black International

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You, your teens and their doctors should work together to ensure that confidential, one-on-one care is a part of every visit.

In an effort to increase the number of adolescents and young adults receiving preventive services, and to help you support your teen’s journey towards independence and responsibility, here are some tips developed by the Adolescent Health Consortium, a collaborative effort between the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Family Physicians, the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine,

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• Prepare your teen for one-on-

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