Red Stocking Thanks
Heartfelt thanks to the Martha's Vineyard community both near and far for once again making the magic happen for over 300 children.
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Library Love
Bravo and a hearty thank you to the Luce Playreaders for a superb performance of I and You to benefit the Vineyard Haven Public Library Building Fund.
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Stewardship Matters
I am disheartened by recent articles indicating that The Trustees of Reservations, in giving up management of Norton Point Beach, also suggest that grant-funded projects in process be suspended.
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Postal Pride
To all our customers at the West Tisbury Post Office it has been my extreme pleasure to work with you all for the past five years or so.
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Takes a Village
Island Elderly Housing is looking back on the holiday season with a feeling of great appreciation.
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Providing Access
Friends of Family Planning learned Wednesday evening, Dec. 28, 2022 of Gov. Charlie Baker's ongoing support for abortion care in Massachusetts.
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Veterans Housing
The Martha's Vineyard Veterans Transitional and Affordable Housing Committee, is grateful that the town of Oak Bluffs has designated a parcel of land to build 12 units of housing for Island veterans.
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Thanks for the Blankets
In the late spring, Rev. Chip Seadale, the rector at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, called a meeting to brainstorm ideas that would be useful to the Ukrainians in their time of need.
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Holiday Thanks
The Oak Bluffs Association (OBA) wants to send out a huge thank you to everyone who made Light Up Oak Bluffs so special this year.
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Nitrogen Risks
The recent article in the Gazette describing the newly proposed Massachusetts septic and sewage regulations has particular relevance to controversies on Martha’s Vineyard.
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