5 Things You Need to Know Today: June 25
Tomorrow's WRNC meeting will provide update on YMCA expansion plans; Rox Diner's plans for applying for a beer/wine license.
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- On Tuesday, the West Roxbury Neighborhood Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Marion Kelly, Jim Hennigan and Fred Gillis from the YMCA will discuss the upcoming expansion and fundraising activities planned for the near future. Also on the agenda, Anthony Ross, representing John Fortin and Paul Louderback from Rox Diner will discuss their plans to apply for a beer/wine license. All WRNC meetings are open to the public. District E-5 Police Station.
- On Wednesday, the Boston Public Schools department will hold a community meeting at the Ohrenberger School to solicit more feedback and ideas from members of the community about the student assignment process. 6 p.m.
- Through Mayor Menino's Summer Jobs Program at least 9,400 Boston youth workers will be employed this summer, with a goal of 10,000. If companies feel they cannot adequately supervise a group of youth workers, the City will accept donations to place teens in positions with nonprofit and community groups. Employers interested in hiring a student can call 617-542-WORK or visit www.bostonsummerjobs.org for more information.
- You can report a non-working streetlight right here.
- Are you organizing a block party, a yard sale, or fundraiser? Put it on the Patch calendar here.