Acushnet Teachers Association Scholarships
The 2020 Acushnet Teachers Association Scholarship Program application forms are now available for students and their families to download online.
In order to assist Acushnet residents in continuing to build their academic futures, the Acushnet Teachers Association annually awards scholarships to qualified students. Residents of Acushnet enrolling or enrolled in a full-time undergraduate college program in 2020-21 are eligible for these awards.
In addition to A.T.A. Scholarships, the A.T.A. Scholarship Committee is also responsible for judging applicants for the Acushnet P.T.O., Acushnet Lion’s Club, the Carole Day Memorial Nursing Scholarship, and the Acushnet Historical Society Scholarship. By filling out the single application form, students are considered for any and all of the above-named Acushnet scholarships for which they are eligible.
Visit www.acushnetteachers.com for printable application forms and more information about the Acushnet Teachers Association Scholarship Program. Applications and required paperwork are due on April 1, 2020.
For questions, please contact A.T.A. Scholarship Committee Co-Chairs, Kristine Daniels at email@example.com or Ryan Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Acushnet Public Library is pleased to welcome local author and producer Tim Weisberg on Wednesday, February 5, at 6:30 p.m. to share his Presidential Paranormal program.
Tim Weisberg is the host and executive producer of “Spooky Southcoast,” one of the world’s most popular paranormal talk radio shows.
Tim was the writer/researcher/ producer on television programs such as Ghost Stalkers, Ghost Asylum and Haunted Towns, and is the author of Ghosts of the SouthCoast and Haunted Objects: Stories of Ghosts on Your Shelf.\
In addition, Tim has been featured on numerous television programs, including Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel), My Ghost Story (Bio Channel), New England Legends (PBS) MonsterQuest (History Channel) and Conversations with a Serial Killer (Living TV/UK).
This free event will be held in the Library Community Room at 232 Middle RD, Acushnet, MA 02743.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Acushnet Public Library.
Our Centennial Committee Needs Your Help
The Marie S. Howard School building, now the Acushnet Public Library, turns 100 this year. A key to the success of this celebration will be pictures and memories of the building throughout its history as a school, a community center, and now, a library. If you have class pictures or any memories you’d like to share, the Committee can be reached at acupl@ sailsinc.org or acushnetfriends@ gmail.com or call the library at 508-998-0270
Free Political PR
The Neighb News will give all candidates for townwide public office in Fairhaven and Acushnet a chance to get their message out. You may submit an article of approximately 500 words, with a picture, and we will publish at no charge before the election.
Please contact the Neighb News as soon as possible so we can plan for space allocation in the issues leading up to the election.
DEADLINE: Friday, 3/6 for Fairhaven (4/6 election); Friday, 4/17 for Acushnet (5/16 election)
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