5 Things: Debates End, Drug Prevention Campaign Begins
We welcome you to use Natick Patch to talk politics.
1. Red Ribbon Week, the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country, starts today. The National Family Partnership's Red Ribbon campaign is sponsoring a contest, through which you could win an IPad and money for your school.
2. Speaking of contests: we've announced the winner of our pumpkin photo contest on Patch. Tomorrow, we'll start soliciting photographs of your costumed pet. Please share with us your photos, as long as taking the photo of said pet won't result in you being bitten.
3. Were you watching the last of the presidential debate last night? Readers are sounding off on who they think won. What do you think?
4. Residents have found that Natick Patch is a good forum for them to express their political views. Last week, we welcomed one such resident, Dylan Hayre, to our Local Voices section. Have views you'd like to share? Just start a blog on Patch.
5. In case you were planning on heading to the library for some weekend reading: make sure you pick up your materials before Friday. The Morse Institute Library will be closed this Friday for a staff development day; it will be open for regular hours (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Saturday.