It’s time to nominate a worthy individual for The 2018 Duxbury Community Volunteer Award.
Another sold-out Black Tie Bingo at the Duxbury Council on Aging drew people from around the community. Bingo boards and dabbers were passed out. Balloons and favors decorated the senior center. Friends and colleagues gathered for a worthy cause.
The Plymouth Girl Scouts (Troop #66019) graced The Village at Duxbury with beautiful voices and an abundance of holiday cheer. Directed by Scout Leader Sunny Beane, the girls performed “Jingle Bells” and “Silent Night,” among other holiday favorites.
The Village Voices, a group of residents from The Village at Duxbury, raised their voices in song, bringing cheer to the Senior Center membership. The choral group sang many holiday favorites, including, “Deck the Halls!”
The Nancy Carr Quartet graced The Village stage recently, and as always, was a tremendous hit.
Bestselling author Randy Susan Meyers stopped by The Village at Duxbury to talk about her new novel, The Widow of Wall Street.
Summer-time tea in the garden at The Village at Duxbury is an annual pleasure.
The Kindness Rocks Project is capturing the kindhearted spirit of The Village at Duxbury residents. The project is spearheaded locally by The Duxbury Senior Center and the center’s Activities Coordinator Andrea Brandeis.
Duxbury is a community that likes to give back. During the 21st Annual Duxbury Community Volunteer Awards Dinner individuals were honored for their commitment to service and their dedication to Duxbury. More than 300 volunteers, all Duxbury residents, have been recognized at the annual dinner since the award’s inception.
Actress and author Marianne Leone enthralled The Village at Duxbury audience as she read excerpts from her new book, Ma Speaks Up: And a First Generation Daughter Talks Back.