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Newton Events
18th Annual Auction - John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton
Dates: 11/15/2013
Time: 6PM to 7PM
Visit: www.newtonbgc.com/2013AnnualAuction.php

Annual fundraiser for Newton Boys & Girls Club

Development Intern

Sponsored by: Arthritis Foundation
Minimum age: 16
The Arthritis Foundation New England Region is seeking Development Interns to work closely as members of our Development team. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain a wealth of experience in multiple aspects of fundraising within a major not-for-profit institution. Must be a strong multitasker and . . .

When: Apr 24, 2017 12am in Newton, MA

Newton and Brookline Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Program Seeking Volunteers

Sponsored by: Family ACCESS of Newton
Minimum age: 18
Are you someone that believes that all children have the right to be "Safe, Strong and Free?" If so, then join our dynamic team of trained CAP volunteers who are committed to teaching children in the Newton and Brookline Elementary Schools the skills that they would need to stand up for themselves i . . .

When: Apr 24, 2017 12am in Newton, MA

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Brad Hughes Tennis Lessons & Instruction 
151 Concord Street
Newton, MA 02462

(617 ) 610-0719
Newton/Wellesley Tennis Lessons
PTR Certified Associate Instructor Call for more Information.
About Newton, MA
Newton Massachusetts was settled in 1630 and incorporated in 1688 and was originally part of Cambridge. Newton is conveniently situated close to Boston along the Massachusetts Turnpike, Route 128 and Route 9 and is bounded on three sides by the Charles River. It is a diverse community comprised of 14 villages, each with a unique character.

Newton is a vibrant and desirable place to work and live because of its location with easy access to the public transportation systems. view the Newton homes for sale and real estate listings and find a place where you can call Newton your home. Each attractive neighborhood is known for retaining high property values and the city has a strong nationally recognized school system. Throughout Newton you will find well maintained parks - bicycle and fitness trails - golf courses - a public pool and even a lake.

Newton has been designated one of three cities nationwide to participate in a pilot tree bank program and has planted over 6,800 seedlings throughout the community. Newton was also the first city to establish a mandatory curbside recycling program in the state.

With all of its amenities, it is no wonder that Newton was one of 5 cities nationwide in 1993 to receive the U.S. Conference of Mayors Livability Award and remains a city in which its residents are proud to call home.