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carlson - Sun, Apr 4, 2010, 9:33 P
Shutesbury Elementary School Silent Auction and Spaghetti Dinner
Friday, April 9 from 5:30-9:00pm at the Shutesbury Elementary School. Tickets needed for both seating of Spaghetti Dinner (6pm and 7:30). Contact the school office for ticket info. This year's Silent Auction includes over 200 donations from local businesses and individuals! Themed baskets will be raffled off for only $3/ticket or $10/5 tickets!! Children's raffle happening in the conference room! Should be an exciting night out in Shutesbury. Please join us!
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carlson - Fri, Mar 19, 2010, 10:40 P
Skate Night
Please join us for a family friendly skate on Sunday, March 28 from 5:30-7:30 at Interskate 91 at the Hampshire Mall in Hadley. $5.50 per person plus $3.25 inline or roller skate rentals. Concessions open. Brought to you by the PTOs of Leverett and Shutesbury Elementary Schools. Put it on your calendars today! If you have questions please get in touch with Jessica Carlson-Belanger, 253-9120

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mmuller - Tue, Feb 9, 2010, 11:06 A
Welcome to
Thanks to Weezie for some website images. I've put the mountains / tree logo image in the top left of the whole website, and am using the town sign on the homepage.

Looking forward to the folks in town to start posting their events and buy / sell stuff.

Also, there's now a link to the Business Directory in the left-side navigation. If you own or run a business in the Shutesbury area, feel free to post your business. It's free.
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mmuller - Thu, Feb 4, 2010, 8:29 A
Welcome to
Hello, and welcome to the new community website for Shutesbury, MA.

Please use the "Around Shutesbury" corkboards to make announcements or start conversations. The calendar is perfect for community events. There's also a pictures area where you can upload photos of ... well, whatever.

The Buy & Sell area is obvious.

We will be adding new areas to the site in the coming weeks, for non-profits in the town, and any agencies who could use an interactive community component.

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