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Family Resource Center

How Can We Help? The goal of the FRC is to connect those looking for help to the appropriate services whether within the FRC itself, Eliot of other places in the community. FRC staff can help families find resources regarding: Housing Support, Utility Assistance, Legal Help, Parenting, Grandparents support, Teen activities, Sports Leagues, and more! Children and families who need additional supports or are at risk of court involvement can be assessed by FRC clinicians and develop a Family Support Plan to address the child's needs.

Tradeswoman Tuesdays

On behalf of Build A Life MA and in partnership with Northeast Center For Tradeswomen’s Equity, we are pleased to forward to you Build A Life MA, Tradeswoman Tuesdays’ Open House schedule for 2018 for women interested in construction careers. Please visit their website at https://buildalifema.org/.  For further information, please contact katencte@gmail.com or by calling (857) 800-8881.

 

Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program

Dear Community Partners and Job Seekers,

On behalf of Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program, we are forwarding you the following information: Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program is now recruiting for Cycle 17.  Upcoming Information sessions for Cycle 17 will be held on January 3rd  & 4th , 8th  for classes beginning in February 2018. Attached is their flyer with facts about when and where the information sessions will be.

The Friends of the Everett Libraries' Raffle

Win $10,000.

You can’t win if you don’t buy a ticket! The Friends of the Everett Public Libraries’ are raffling off $10,000!!!! Proceeds from the raffle will be used to restore damaged paintings in the Parlin Library and restore the beautiful Trustees Table that generations of Everett children have done their homework at and unfortunately carved their initials in!

The Friends are selling only $200 tickets at $100.each. Every ticket sold has a 1 in 200 chance of winning. Unfortunately if you find yourself in the other 199, the $100 you paid for the ticket is tax deductable as of this writing anyway!

Holiday Veteran Collection

Thanks to all who pariticpated at our drop offs: Connolly Center/Veteran Services, Everett Chamber of Commerce, Everett Credit Union, Everett Bank!

 

We would not have been able to give back without our Everett Community! 

 

Wishing you all a happy holiday season! 

Wynn Traffic Update for Week of December 18

The following is planned roadway improvement work associated with the opening of Wynn Boston Harbor, barring any changes due to weather. These activities should have minimal impact on traffic. Significant road and sidewalk construction is anticipated to start late winter/early spring of 2018.

Week of Monday, December 18, 2017
All work locations and durations are subject to weather.
Sullivan Square

City of Everett Annual Tree LIghting Celebration!

Saturday, we welcomed hundreds of residents and community members to a true winter wonderland at our City’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Holiday Downtown Open House! While the snow fell, everyone enjoyed entertainment, horse and train rides and so much more! Everett is such a strong community filled with compassionate and caring people and it really shows during the holiday season. Every year City officials, businesses, and residents alike join together to celebrate Everett’s Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Wynn Boston Everett on CNBC

CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the largest private development in the history of Massachusetts.

https://www.cnbc.com/video/2017/11/16/wynns-big-boston-win.html 

7News gets exclusive tour of Wynn Boston Harbor resort and casino

By Kris Anderson

 

video link: http://whdh.com/news/7news-gets-exclusive-tour-of-wynn-boston-harbor-resort-and-casino/

 

EVERETT, MA (WHDH) - It’s a construction zone filled with steel and concrete right now, but in less than two years, this will be the center piece of the new Wynn Boston Harbor resort. 7’s Kris Anderson toured the massive development.

Crimson Tide Marching Band gives Three Consecutive First-Place Performances

The Everett High School Marching Band’s preferred colors are red, white, and blue. Its favored number is one.

Showcasing a patriotic program honoring the armed services, the Crimson Tide Band has captured three consecutive first-place finishes at local competitions at Medford, Wakefield, and Melrose high schools hosted by the New England Scholastic Band Association (NESBA).

“I couldn’t be prouder of the students,” said Band Director Charles Poole. “They’ve been responsive to individual and small-group instruction, diligent in team-wide rehearsals, and spot on in competitions.”