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Volunteers in the News
No official charities set up for the aftermath of the explosion at the Boston Marathon finish line yet.
Learn about how to get involved in East Somerville in 2013.
Arielle Jackson helped prepare meals at the Pine Street Inn, and she's also prepping for the Walk for Hunger on May 5.
Government, Volunteers in the News
A U-Haul filled with food and supplies is destined for a New Jersey community devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone planned to join Somerville police and other city staffers Friday in making the delivery.
Mark Alston-Follansbee, executive director of the Somerville Homeless Coalition, describes how his organization works to provide temporary housing, services and stability to people in crisis.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Clare Goldsmith, a volunteer, and Barbara Marder have been teaching children at the Kennedy School about the creative process.
Volunteers in the News, Sports
The three-on-three hockey tournament will benefit Autism Speaks. It's at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
Somerville resident Marty Martinez discusses National Mentoring Month and why community-minded people might consider mentoring a young person.
Schools, Count Us In
McGourty has worked with special needs kids at the elementary school, according to an announcement from Somerville Public Schools.
Count Us In
The Mystic River received a D grade for water quality, which is "unacceptable," says the Mystic River Watershed Association.
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