What's Going on in Needham: Menorah Contest, Pie Fundraiser and Tennis Lessons
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 readers shared this week on Patch:
• Design contest—The Chabad Jewish Center and Parametric Technology Corporation are encouraging local residents to design a virtual menorah. The winning design will be lit on the Needham Town Common during Chanukah, and the designer will receive an iPad or $500 cash.
• Buy a pie—The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Needham is selling Thanksgiving pies to benefit the clients of Community Servings for the annual “Pie in the Sky” fundraiser.
• Big game—Watch the Needham High School varsity girls field hockey team play their final Carey Division game on Oct. 23 at DeFazio Field.
• Tennis lessons—Sign up for adult tennis lessons at the Needham Park and Recreation Department.
• Dream job—One lucky Needham resident is spending this fall interning at the White House in Washington, D.C.
• Antique show—The Beth Shalom Garden Club is planning an antique show in November.
• Award winner—A sales manager at Coldwell Banker in Needham was recently honored with the prestigious President's Council award.
• Safety first—The Needham Police Department reminds residents of some safety tips during hunting season.
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