For Immediate Release
Contact: Ashley Curtin
Back-To-School is reason to celebrate at RHF's Riverside Village (managed by The Schochet Companies), with great food, games, and activities at a carnival attended by more than 200 people. Elementary school children received 250 backpacks with school supplies, contributed by local residents. Participating local vendors included Leominster Community Action Team/LUK, District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.’s Office, WIC, Seven Hills, Digital Federal Credit Union, Mount Wachusett Community College, Training Resources of America, and Leominster Public Library.
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Editor’s Note: A large selection of additional photos are available
Preservation as affordable of Newcastle Saranac Apartments.
(as reported in Banker & Tradesman)
By Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Aug 15, 2019