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Five Things: Three Somerville Residents Doing Good Notable Things

And a Somerville business doing a notable thing, too.

1) Somerville resident to edit Boston Weddings
Courtney Hollands, a Somerville resident, has been named editor of Boston Weddings, a publication put out by Boston Magazine, according to an announcement sent on behalf of the magazine.

2) Big Sister anniversary
Somerville resident Katherine Casey Martin recently celebrated her one year anniversary as a Big Sister to Malden resident Ciara, her Little Sister, according to an announcement sent by the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, which organizes mentoring opportunities for girls. Congratulations Katherine and Ciara.

3) Herb Chambers gives away a car
In more Big Sister of Greater Boston news, Herb Chambers, the car dealership headquartered in Somerville, gave away a car to support the organization, according to an announcement sent on behalf of Herb Chambers. Jeremy Ragus, of Boston, won the car, a 2012 BMW 328, in a raffle that raised $163,000 for Big Sisters.

4) Walking to end Alzheimer's
Somerville resident Nicole Greco will join the Walk to End Alzheimer's event, taking place in Cambridge on Sept. 23, according to an announcement from the Alzheimer's Association. Greco is walking in memory of her grandmother, Mary Rogers, who passed away in 2011.

5) Weather and Red Sox
The Red Sox play the Indians tonight at 7:05 p.m. The game is in Cleveland. Today will be cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms and showers in the afternoon. Highs will be in the lower 80s.

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