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Knit A Scarf As Weather Turns Colder

Here are five things you need to know Tuesday, Jan. 21, in West Roxbury.

David Grissino is running the 2014 Boston Marathon as part of the Dana-Farber team. Credit: David Grissino.
David Grissino is running the 2014 Boston Marathon as part of the Dana-Farber team. Credit: David Grissino.

1. Running Stronger in 2014: Shaw Street resident David Grissino is running the 2014 Boston Marathon as part of the Dana-Farber team. Do you want to support his mission? Check him out on runstronger2014.blogspot.com and learn more about Grissino.


2. Knit One, Purl Two: There will be a drop-in knitting session at the West Roxbury branch of the library today on Centre Street from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Bring your needles and yarn and stop in for awhile. Afterall, with all this cold weather, you’re going to need to knit a few scarves and mitten sets to get through the winter!


3. Boston Police Gala: The Boston Police Foundation will hold its first-ever gala in March to raise money and awareness for programs such as Crime Stoppers, Text a Tip, Crime Watch, and Officer Wellness and Safety, which focuses on suicide prevention and health and stress management programs for Boston Police officers. The stars of Boston Finest and producer Donnie Wahlberg, of the hit CBS show Blue Bloods, will be in attendance. For more details, click here.


4. Post Your News: Did you know you can post your news on West Roxbury Patch? Start a blog here or post on our Conversations page. It’s free!


5. Weather: The chill is back! It’s going to be a frigid 22 degrees in West Roxbury today, so grab your hat, gloves, scarves and anything else you can wrap around your body. You’re going to need it.


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