The mission of SCI Woburn is to strengthen the community by connecting diverse individuals and organizations through civic engagement initiatives. The SCI Woburn website serves as a community resource connecting residents to volunteer opportunities, community events and resources.
The CoffeeHouse held Wednesday, March 12th, featured Jacob Fitzhugh. The guitarist, singer and songwriter performed a series of classic covers and some original pieces. SCI Woburn Outreach and Technology Coordinator, Heather Gately, also took the mic to belt out an acapella rendition of a 70's classic!
Refreshments for this CoffeeHouse were donated by Roma's Bakery and coffee was donated by the Starbuck's Coffee at 200 West Cummings Park. All in all the CoffeeHouse was a rousing success, and we look forward to seeing everyone at our next CoffeeHouse on March 26th.
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The Woburn Coffee House is made possible by the Woburn Arts/Culture Initiative with Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.
The Woburn Youth Council (WYC) Mini-Grant Award recipients for 2008 are addressing a variety of issues. Although some projects are annual, they uniquely touch the lives of Woburn residents every year. This year’s projects are focused on beautification, conflict resolution, literacy and domestic improvements.
Congratulations to the Mini-Grant Award recipients for taking the first steps to improve the Woburn community. On the behalf of Social Capital Inc (SCI), CHNA and the Woburn Youth Council I commend you for being active citizens in your community.
Civic engagement is the cornerstone of building healthy communities. All of the award recipients for 2008 have explicitly answered the needs of the Woburn residents. More importantly, you are encouraged to identify a need and apply for the Mini-Grant Award coming in 2008-2009. We encourage you to remain cognizant of the needs in your community so we can collectively keep the Mini-Grant legacy alive.
Please contact me for more information or volunteer opportunities.
The Mini-Grants are made possible by the Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.
At our next CoffeeHouse we will have as our featured perfomer, Pete Crowley and the Mirror Neurons.
A year ago, Pete Crowley was at an open mic and was urged to play. After not having played before an audience in at least five years, since his days as Serendipity frontman, he was finally convinced. Soon after he began playing at venues throughout the region. Recently the "Mirror Neurons" have been added to his sound, creating an organic fullness. Influenced by everything from bebop to Pantera to Howlin Wolf to Leonard Cohen, Pete Crowley and the Mirror Neurons' sound is innovative digestion and amalgamation of their panoply of influences.
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Boston Cares has numerous corporate partners looking for group volunteer projects in the greater Woburn area. Volunteer projects are generally 4-6 hours, for groups of 25-50 volunteers, and can include anything from painting and repairs to sorting donations or activities with clients. Boston Cares organizes and leads team oriented volunteer opportunities and services in Greater Boston.
Tonight’s CoffeeHouse at the YMCA is being rescheduled due to the inclement weather. The next Woburn Arts & Culture Today CoffeeHouse is scheduled for the 27th of February. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by clicking here, or calling 781-935-2244.
If you would like to stay informed about upcoming Woburn Arts & Culture Today events click here, enter your email address, and from the list choose “Woburn Arts & Culture Today”!
The Woburn CoffeeHouse is made possible by the Woburn Arts/Culture Initiative with Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.
On Tuesday January 29, 2008 the Woburn Youth Council conducted the annual Youth and Adult Connections Forum at New Horizons.
The primary objective of the forum was for youth to engage in a dialogue centered on civic concerns. Youth contributed creative ways to improve their community and adults brought a sense of reason and practicality to executing the new ideas. Bridging the generational gap always enlightens youth and enhances their ability to find solutions.