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Milford Eighth-Grader to Serve as Town Ambassador on Project 351, Blood Drive and Dunkins'

Here are five things to help inform your day.

Gold's Gym will host a blood drive Jan. 24. Credit: Mary MacDonald
Gold's Gym will host a blood drive Jan. 24. Credit: Mary MacDonald
1. Dan Pacella, a student at Middle School East, is among eighth grade students from around Massachusetts who will participate on Saturday in Project 351, joining Gov. Deval Patrick in a day of service to mark the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. The students were nominated by teachers, based on leadership potential, exemplary  service and embodiment of compassion, commitment, humility and kindness.

2. Milford's School Committee on Thursday will meet at 7 p.m. The agenda includes an update from Superintendent Robert Tremblay on the Woodland School project and the hospitality and tourism management program.

3. The Greater Milford Community Chorus needs more voices. Openings are available for adults, aged 18 and over, in all sections. The next night for practice is Jan. 22. Please visit the website at www.greatermilfordcommunitychorus.org for more information.

4. Gold's Gym will have a blood drive from 2 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 24. All donors will receive a coupon good for one pound of Dunkin' Donuts coffee, and the understanding that their blood will help someone else.

5. In Case You Missed It: Gov. Patrick has asked U.S. officials to delay implementation of new flood zone maps.

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