5 Things: Register for Parkway Little League, Rep. Lynch in West Roxbury on Thursday
O'Malley speaking at WRBPA meeting this morning. Congressman Lynch is considering a US Senate run and will speak at the Ward 20 Committee meeting on Thursday night at the West Roxbury Pub.
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- Register your Parkway Little Leaguer now online before the cost goes up.
- The West Roxbury Business and Professional Association will meet this morning at the West Roxbury Pub and Restaurant Function Room at 7:45 a.m. with meeting to start promptly at 8 am. Guest Speaker: Boston City Councillor Matt O'Malley on his agenda for the Parkway, as well as recent legislative trip to Israel.
- On Thursday night, Congressman Stephen Lynch, who is exploring a US Senate run, will be the guest speaker at the Ward 20 Democratic Committee meeting. 7 p.m. West Roxbury Pub Function Room, 1885 Centre St. The meeting is open to the public. Free.
- On Saturday, the Boston Police Gaelic Column (bag pipers from the Boston Police Department) will host a fundraiser at the Irish Social Club beginning at 5:30 p.m. to raise money for nearly a dozen NYPD Pipes and Drums police who lost their homes in NY and NJ due to Hurricane Sandy. Tickets are $25 at the door. Admission is only $20 when purchased at The Corrib, West Roxbury Pub and West on Centre as well as at the Irish Social Club before the event.
- Thursday night's Girls Night Out at Fabutique will be a pajamas night! 6-8 p.m.
- The city of Boston will pick up Christmas trees from Jan. 7-18. Click here for more info.
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