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Try to make this fabulous event TODAY at Mechanics Hall Hosted by the Massachusetts Preservation Society.

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ACE’s 2015 Annual Meeting
Our 2015 Annual Meeting will take place on
Wednesday, August 26th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
in the Saxe Room at the Worcester Public Library

The meeting is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.
We encourage everyone to attend, hear about our past year.

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For Immediate Release: 8/13/15
Media Contact: John Hill, 508-799-1175

City, partners to outline Union Hill Revitalization Initiative
Projects already under way to improve, stabilize neighborhoods

Worcester, MA – The City of Worcester’s Union Hill Neighborhood Revitalization
Initiative is already helping to make the city’s Union Hill neighborhood a safer and
more attractive place to live. Local and state officials as well as representatives
from the Oak Hill Community Development Corporation, Habitat for Humanity, and
Worcester Academy will gather on Monday, August 17 to discuss the comprehensive
strategy, its progress and goals.

WHAT: Press conference to discuss the revitalization initiatives that are planned,
programmed, and/or currently underway on Union Hill

WHEN: 3:30 p.m., Monday, August 17

WHERE: Worcester Academy Alumni House, 51 Providence Street, Worcester

The ceremony will include a brief walk up the street to view the progress of current

Through the federal Community Development Block Grant program, the City of Worcester
in investing $4 million towards a plan that includes improvements in: public health
and safety, housing and code enforcement, and street and sidewalk. Projects include
housing rehabs, new sidewalks, road resurfacing, and school health partnerships.

The efforts are the result of cooperation among multiple City of Worcester’s
multiple departments and divisions, in collaboration with the Oak Hill Community
Development Corporation, Habitat for Humanity, Worcester Academy, the U.S. Housing
and Urban Development Department (HUD), and community residents.

John F. Hill
Communications Specialist

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From MT. Carmel Parish in support of their youth education classes CYC.
End of Summer Celebration – Car Wash and Lemonade Stand – Sunday, September 20th
from 8:30 – 12:30 p.m. We are looking for donations of baked goods for our Lemonade

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Have a great weekend everyone !

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