WORCESTER, MA – Welcome to the March 7 edition of the Monday Manual, where we highlight important events coming up during the week in the Patch communities between Wayland and Worcester.
Here’s what you need to know for the week of March 7:
Worcester will host the Woman and Young Woman of Consequence Awards on Thursday, honoring Michelle Smith of AIDS Project Worcester and Doherty High School student leader Nellie Rushton. Learn more about how to watch the ceremony.
Wayland’s Free Library recently updated its “stuff library” with new items available starting this week. These include a home heat leak detector and a device capable of converting old tapes to digital music files.
This will be the first full week of enrollment in the annual Marlborough University Internship Programme. Local students can apply to work in different city departments, from public health to engineering. Applications will be accepted until the end of April.
First-term U.S. Representative Jake Auchincloss officially kicked off his re-election campaign over the weekend, according to Politico. Auchincloss won the 4th congressional district seat, which covers Milford, in 2020 after a close primary race against Jesse Mermell. His district stretches from Newton to Milford and south to Fall River, so expect a visit from Worcester County soon.
The deadline to register to vote in Sudbury’s 2022 spring election is Tuesday. You can check your registration status here and register to vote online here. You can also come to the clerk’s office before the close of business on Tuesday to register.
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