What's Going on in Needham and Wellesley: Robot Battles and Women's Council Appointments
A look at some of of the community bulletins uploaded to Patch in the past week.
Here are just a few of the announcements Needham and Wellesley readers shared this week on Patch:
Needham Robotics Teams Battle Each Other in Finals - Congratulations to the members of the Needham High School Robotics Club--both the Boys and Girls teams competed in the "Battle of Lexington" First Tech Challenge Qualifier at Lexington High School this past weekend.
Hammond Residential Agent Joanne Berry and Attorney Amy Reich Weil Present an Information Session - Gail Bogle, Manager of Hammond Residential Real Estate’s Wellesley and Weston offices, recently announced that Senior Associate Joanne Berry and real estate attorney Amy Reich Weil, Partner at Kertzman and Weil, will present an information session on the home selling process.
Sun Life's Ellen King Chosen to Represent Mass. in Women's Leadership Group - United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley and the U.S. Business Group of Sun Life Financial Inc. announced that Sun Life’s Ellen King has been chosen to represent the UWMBMV Women’s Initiative as a member of the National United Way Women’s Leadership Council
Go Greene 5k and Kids Fun Run - On Your Mark, Get Set, Go Greene! Lace up your sneakers and run for the green at the Go Greene St. Patrick’s Day 5K at 9:00am on Saturday, March 16th! The race begins and ends at Greene’s Field in beautiful downtown Needham.
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