WVNE 760AM Events
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***Through Thanksgiving Eve*** On Thanksgiving Day, there will be many people on the streets of Springfield with no home, no family, and no hot meal to enjoy. But you can change that by helping the Springfield Rescue Mission raise money in its Race to 100 Thanksgiving Fundraiser! The Rescue Mission is looking for 100 generous friends like you to make a one-time donation of $100. Your donation will help feed 52 homeless and hungry people this Thanksgiving, and show them the love of Jesus Christ. Plus, if you’re part of the first 100 to donate a single $100 gift, you will receive a $20 gift card from Hot Table Panini as a thank you! Help feed the homeless today, call 866-909-HOPE – that’s 866-909-HOPE or donate securely online at www.springfieldrescuemission.org
**Now Through Christmas Eve**
The Salvation Army in Worcester is looking for people to ring the bells this season. Money raised from Salvation Army Red Kettles supports important programs and services that help people in our community. You can be part of a Christmas tradition that goes back 125 years while at the same time knowing that you are making a difference for others. There are opportunities to ring a bell as a volunteer or as a seasonal employee. Call 508 756 7191 or stop by the Salvation Army, 640 Main street, Worcester between the hours of 10am and 2pm to apply.
Week of November 13th – A host of programs and events are planned all this week at Mass Audubon locations in the Worcester-Springfield-Gardner areas – including a Homeschool session on wildlife “Oddities and Superpowers” on November 29th. For complete information simply visit http://www.massaudubon.org
Through November 15th – The Springfield Rescue Mission is collecting underwear for men and women with the goal of providing each person with a new, clean set of underclothing. Donations may be dropped off at the at the Mission at 10 Mill Street in Springfield. For more information contact Julie at 413-732-0808 ext 221 or email email@example.com
November 18th – Christian Singles enjoy candlepin bowling and dinner in Webster, MA this Saturday starting at 3pm. $8 fee includes (2) hours of bowling and shoe rental. So, please come out and join us for a few hours of enjoyment and connecting. 3PM at Panera Bread, 2 Worcester Road, Webster; and bowling at 5pm at Mogegan Bowl, 51 Thompson Road, Webster. Questions? Please call or email: Mark James: 860-639-8785 email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR Pasquale Tofani at 508-989-4104 email: email@example.com
November 18th – Enjoy a visit with the Roving Scientist this Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 2pm at the Springfield Science Museum. For registration and complete information visit www.springfieldmuseums.org
November 18th – The Worcester Art Museum is featuring a Tour of the Month: Rediscovering an American Community of Color: The Photographs of William Bullard For registration and complete information simply visit http://www.worcesterart.org
November 18th – Right Hand Shade – A “big band with a High Octane Bluesy Rock Vibe” performs contemporary Christian rock at Cafe Con Dios – Faith Baptist Church, Auburn this Saturday evening starting at 7:30. A free-will offering will be accepted. For more information visit http://www.cafecondiosauburn.com
November 18th – Greenville Baptist Church at 680 Pleasant Street in Rochdale is holding a fundraiser Saturday, November 18th from 8-3 for Vicki Ethier who is undergoing cancer treatment. The fundraiser features an inside yard sale, bake sale, raffle tickets, face painting and more. For more information call 508 892 8499.
November 16,17,18 – The Annual Southern New England Ministry Network Women’s Conference “I AM: Identity Project” will be held at the Sturbridge Host Hotel in Sturbridge, MA. Addressing the oft-asked question “Who am I? How can I discover my true and authentic self, and discover the power of Christ within each of us?” Inspiring speakers, workshops and more. Learn more and register HERE
November 22 – The Springfield Rescue Mission at 10 Mill Street, Springfield, is looking for volunteers for their annual Thanksgiving Banquet to help serve breakfast and dinner, and assemble boxed meals and drivers for delivery. Please register at http://www.springfieldrescuemission.org
December 2nd – Music Worcester features The Worcester Chorus in its holiday tradition with a performance of Handel’s Messiah with orchestra at Mechanics Hall, Saturday, December 2nd at 8pm. For tickets and complete information visit www.musicworcester.org
The Salvation Army is looking for drivers to pick up donated goods and deliver store orders in the central MA area. The job offers a competitive pay and compensation package. A commercial drivers’ license is not needed. Call 508-799-0528 or come to 72 Cambridge Street in Worcester to apply. The Salvation Army Family Store features clothing for all ages, household goods and more, and a half price sale every Wednesday. Visit massachusetts.salvationarmy.org/ or call 800-SA-TRUCK for a location near you.