Friday, October 30, 2015

In the News: OSHA training, cheerleaders fund raising, expand music program

Four employees from Franklin completed a comprehensive “OSHA-10” training program, held at Town Hall in Walpole. 
The interactive 10-hour hazard awareness training session was designed to enhance the skills, productivity and general safety of municipal employees who work in construction zones. The Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association, property and casualty insurance provider for the six participating municipalities, presented the program free of charge as a membership benefit.

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Cheerleaders from Medway and Franklin are participating in the third annual Cheer for Dana-Farber fundraiser, which supports adult and pediatric cancer care and research at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. 
The Medway High School Varsity cheerleaders and Franklin High School JV and Varsity cheerleaders are fundraising until Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. 
To participate in Cheer for Dana-Farber, cheerleading teams fundraise in their local communities through car washes, bake sales, canister collections and more. There is no minimum fundraising requirement, but teams are required to register.

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The Center for Adult Education and Community Learning, a program of the Franklin Public School’s Lifelong Learning Institute, will expand its private music lesson program. 
The program is now available Monday through Thursday, after school and during early evenings at Franklin High School, 218 Oak St.

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