Area Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt shop owners are collecting canned goods during the week of Dec. 2 as part of a holiday season effort to donate a minimum of 3,000 nonperishable food items to local food pantries where their stores are located.
Customers who bring in a canned good during the week of Dec. 2 will get three free ounces of frozen yogurt with every eight ounce purchase.
2. Due to the Dec. 10 Special State Election, students in Natick will be dismissed early. Check with your students' school for release times.
3. All parents are invited to join Tim Luff, director of student services, and his staff for coffee and conversation at the Brown Elementary School library on Dec. 20 at 8:15 a.m. This is an opportunity for parents to meet in a relaxed setting to learn more about Student Services, to share information, ideas, and to make suggestions. The staff will be able to share information about happenings in the district as well as goals for the year.
4. In case you missed it: Natick Youth Cheerleading Wins Bid.
Tuesday: chilly with cloudy skies. Light snow likely during the afternoon. look for 1-3" of snow south of the MA Pike tomorrow afternoon. Highs from 30-35.
Wednesday: Cold with clouds and sun. Near 30.
Thursday: Bitter cold. Highs in the 20s.