Showing posts with label thank you. Show all posts
Showing posts with label thank you. Show all posts

Sunday, December 26, 2021

Escape Into Fiction says thank you!

"Thank you to @TOFranklinMA @FranklinDowntwn the State of #Massachusetts @FranklinMatters and our #customers in #franklinMA (#Franklin )!! 
We couldn't have made it this far without your #support. #SmallBusinesses matter and we are humbled by your generosity! 
#MerryChristmas"   Shared from Twitter:  or

Escape Into Fiction says thank you!
Escape Into Fiction says thank you!

Monday, November 1, 2021

Framers Market closes out season with a BIG Thank You!

"Our 2021 Franklin Farmers Market Season officially came to a close this past Friday & we want to give a BIG thank you to all of the amazing vendors we were lucky enough to have!

You all are incredibly amazing & hard-working individuals and we hope to welcome all of you back next year for an even bigger and better Farmers Market season!

Thank you also to the customers and community who came out every week to support the awesome vendors. The vendors wouldn't keep coming back if it wasn't for you.

Finally, thank you to community organizations as well for all the collaborations this season @masscultural @franklinculturalcouncil02038 @franklinpubliclibrary  @hockomockymca  @FrAgComMa @franklinmapolice @deanbankma and @franklin_recreation 

See you in 2022 all!"


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Framers Market closes out season with a BIG Thank You!
Framers Market closes out season with a BIG Thank You!

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Voices of Franklin: CPA for Franklin Committee says "Thank you"

The CPA for Franklin Committee is both grateful and inspired by the vote to adopt the Community Preservation Act. Franklin is one of nine communities to pass the ballot issue, which will bring opportunities for historical preservation, set aside open space, enhance and build recreational areas, and create affordable housing.
Several steps will be taken in the coming year to implement Franklin’s CPA. The Town Council will enact a local bylaw and a Community Preservation Committee (CPC) will be formed. The state mandates that a designated representative must come from five town boards: the Historical Commission, the Planning Board, the Housing Authority, the Conservation Commission, and the Board of Park Commissioners or other town recreation committee. 
In addition, four more members may be appointed from the public, local government, or other municipal boards or committees. The CPC will accept applications for review and recommendation. At least 10% of each year's fund must be set aside for historical preservation, open space/recreation and affordable housing. The remaining 70% can be designated for any eligible category under CPA.
We are confident that many in Franklin have the foresight and energy to propose projects that can be submitted to the CPC. Next year will be the beginning of welcome changes to Franklin.
Monique B. Doyle
Chair, CPA for Franklin


Voices of Franklin: CPA for Franklin Committee says "Thank you"
Voices of Franklin: CPA for Franklin Committee says "Thank you"

Friday, April 24, 2020

Franklin Food Pantry: Thank you for showing us that we are all in this together

"The past few months have been challenging to say the least. In early March when we were faced with the start of the Covid-19 crisis we weren't sure what was going to happen. We didn't know how many new neighbors we'd need to welcome into our Pantry and we didn't know how we'd be able to serve them and all of our existing neighbors.

Almost overnight we were able to change our operations and serve our neighbors with a prepackaged bag of self stable foods, fresh produce and choice of protein via a drive up service. We were ready to help them and we will continue to be ready to serve throughout this pandemic and whenever this pandemic is over, we will be ready to serve all those who need this.

We couldn't do this without you. Through your generosity, you have helped us meet our neighbors' needs. Every donation coming in allows us to purchase fresh produce, shelf-stable food, proteins like frozen beef and chicken, and even bags to pack the food in. Your support also allows us to keep the lights on, fill the Pantry truck with gas, and keep our doors open for all who need us.

Our local businesses have also stepped up to help us. Thank you to:
  • JH Pokory Associates
  • CVS
  • Target
  • Thermo Fisher
  • Wal-Mart
Again, thank you. This experience, while being so uncertain and sad, has also shown us such hope. Margaret Mead said it best, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."

Your generosity and thoughtfulness is making Franklin just a little bit brighter. You inspire us everyday. Thank you for showing us - and the community - that we are all in this together. "

To donate to the Franklin Food Pantry

Sunday, January 19, 2020

Franklin Veterans Council: Thank you Starbucks!

Thank you Starbucks for supporting 
Franklin veterans!

John Hefele (pictured far right) of the Franklin Veterans Council recently presented Starbucks, Route 140 in Franklin, with a certificate of appreciation for their support of the Franklin veterans monthly coffee socials. 

Pictured left to right are Starbucks team members Liam Palacious, Helen Donovan, Courtney Clark and John Hefele
Pictured left to right are Starbucks team members Liam Palacious, Helen Donovan, Courtney Clark and John Hefele

This was shared from the Town of Franklin page

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Starbucks says "Thanks!"

I wanted to thank you for all your support with our hiring event at the Franklin Starbucks! We had 11 people show and hired 9! So again we thank you. 
I wanted to put it out there we at Starbucks would he happy to provide coffee for our town community events. 
If anything is needed my contact information is below 
Diana Pompeu
Franklin Starbucks Store Manager

Franklin Starbucks - Hiring Event - Nov 5
Franklin Starbucks - Hiring Event - was held on Nov 5, 2018

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Franklin Downtown Partnership: Thank You for the Beautification of Franklin

Franklin Downtown Partnership: Thank You for the Beautification of Franklin
Thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors that made this year's Beautification Day a success. A special thank you to Eileen Mason who is our fearless leader and makes it all happen each and every year.

Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors!

D.G. Ranieri Real Estate
Eileen Mason of RE/MAX Executive Realty

Atria - Franklin
Auerr, Zajac and Associates
Middlesex Savings Bank
Nerds to Go - Franklin
Oteri Funeral Home, Inc.
Roche and Roche, P.C.
Tom Fricker Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc
Vet Med Pet Supplies

Draper and Kramer Mortgage Corp.
Fenton Financial Group
Glen Meadow Apartments
Teen Revolution
Franklin Downtown Partnership • 774-571-3109 •
Franklin Downtown Partnership | 9 E. Central St., Franklin, MA 02038

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Monday, February 19, 2018

St. Vincent de Paul: Baby Bottle Drive Thank You and The Lenten Food Collection

Baby Bottle Drive Thanks

The St. Vincent de Paul would like to thank all who donated to this year’s Baby Bottle Drive. All of the funds received will go to the Abundant Hope Pregnancy Resource Center in Attleboro.

Your contributions make a significant difference in the lives of families in need.
Thank you for your willingness to help raise money and to support those in our community.

Lenten Offering

In observance of the season of Lent, our St. Vincent de Paul Society is asking people to consider bringing one item for the food pantry on each weekend of Lent.

Suggestions for each weekend are:

  • February 24/25 - cereal
  • March 3/4 - jars of spaghetti sauce
  • March 10/11 - juices, coffee, cocoa
  • March 17/18 - jelly, jam
  • March 24/25 - canned tuna and chicken
  • March 31/ April 1 - crackers and snacks

All donations may be placed in the boxes at the doors of the church on those weekends. Donations may also be dropped off anytime during the week. When a person calls St. Mary’s in need of food, two Vincentians pack up bags of food and bring them to the person. Thank you for helping us to make a difference in our corner of the world!

St. Vincent de Paul: Baby Bottle Drive Thank You and The Lenten Food Collection
St. Vincent de Paul: Baby Bottle Drive Thank You and The Lenten Food Collection

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Franklin Food Pantry: Wow!

Franklin Food Pantry: Wow!  

   December 2017
Franklin Food Pantry: Wow!  

 Thank you!

Dear Friends,
"Wow" is the word that comes to mind when I look back at the last few weeks of our busiest time of year. I am touched by a community that has such tremendous capacity to think of, and do for, others.

The spirit of giving throughout the season was embraced by all ages. Davis Thayer students once again embarked on their trek through town to deliver goods to the Pantry. In the month of November alone, community groups held 30 food and fund drives bringing in 10,000 pounds of food! The Franklin Food Elves Campaign was the most successful drive in its 12-year history, giving us the means to purchase fresh food to supplement the product donations. The Franklin Turkey Trot broke all records with nearly 1,000 people coming out to support the Pantry. 

On the receiving end of this generosity are 1,000 individuals, including nearly 300 children, who will be less hungry because of your gifts. They will have enough nutritious food to enjoy the holidays without the distraction of hunger. They will have access to food and personal care essentials throughout the winter because of your support in recent weeks.

This week, when we finished our ham dinner distribution to more than 200 families, I felt a huge sense of pride in being part of such a giving community. A group of supporters, donors and volunteers, who made it possible for our clients to enjoy the comfort of a holiday meal with their loved ones. A compassionate community that continues to help us fight hunger.

I cannot thank all of you enough. May you have an especially wonderful holiday season full of as much joy as you have brought to so many others.
Franklin Food Pantry: Wow!


End-of-Year Giving

Remember that the need continues long after the holidays are over. There's still time to make a donation before the end of the year. You can make a monetary gift online here; or mail a check payable to the Franklin Food Pantry to P.O. Box 116, Franklin, MA 02038. Mail that is postmarked by December 31 is tax-deductible for 2017.

Thank you for your support!

Additional leadership gift and corporate sponsor opportunities available,
for details please email Erin Lynch

Franklin Food Pantry 

Our facility is generously donated by Rockland Trust.
We are located at 43 West Central Street, Franklin MA,
on Route 140 in the Rockland Trust parking lot, 
across the street from the fire station.
Franklin Food Pantry, 43 West Central Street, PO Box 116, Franklin, MA 02038

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Friday, December 1, 2017

FPAC: Thank you for your support on #GivingTuesday!

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Thank you for your support of FPAC on Giving Tuesday!  

We are happy to announce that we exceeded our goal and raised $3099.00  for equipment to help us light the stage at THE BLACK BOX!!  

We are excited that with your support, we are able to purchase a follow spot and several lighting instruments to enhance our theatrical lighting system.  

To our FPAC village - we are exceedingly grateful and look forward to seeing you at one of the holiday productions still to come in 2017.  

We wish you happy holidays filled with wonderful music and great live entertainment! 

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Franklin Performing Arts Company
PO Box 48
15 West Central Street
Franklin, Massachusetts 02038

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