By William Tauro
On Thursday Mayor Joseph Curtatone and the Somerville Council on aging invited over one hundred Somerville seniors to attend an event at the Winter Hill Yacht Club to help celebrate the 48th year of “Older Americans Month ”
The Somerville seniors enjoyed a fun filled afternoon of music, raffles and a full buffet.
The mayor and yacht club showed their appreciation to the seniors by thanking then for all that they do to make Somerville a better place.
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Auditions for the 2014 Sunsetters will be held on Wednesday May 7th in the Somerville Cable TV studios next to Somerville High School ( entrance is at the end of the SHS/City Hall parking lot below the SHS library. The Sunsetters are Somerville’s long time youth song and dance group that performs on the streets of Somerville throughout the summer. Kids ages 12 to 17 are invited to audition for this paying position. Rehearsals will be Monday through Thursdays for the months of May and June. Auditions start at 7 pm. Come with a song prepared to sing A CD player will be available… Bring your IPod or phone to sing along with. Good luck! For more info contact Jimmy Del Ponte at email@example.com or 617-625-6600 extension 2616
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS THURSDAY, May 1, the 121st day of 2014 with 243 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:39 and sunset is @ 7:43. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Neptune, Saturn, Uranus & Venus. The evening stars are Mercury, Mars & Jupiter.
Today is May Day, celebrating the return of spring; it is known by various names in different countries and religions
ON THIS DAY IN: 1707 – The Union of England and Scotland was proclaimed.
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