AREA CAPTAINS—Norwood Jaycee President Robert DeFlaminis (second from left) assigns districts to the area captains in preparation for the door-to-door sale this weekend of the new Community Activities Calendar, The area captains shown here are Jim Mitchell, Bill Paparoski, Ted Takacs and George Roth. Not present when photo was taken were Bernie Norton, Fred Quinn, John Pelletier and Scott Letcher. The sale of the calendars at $1 each will finance a $700 scholarship at Norwood High School. (Photo by Ken McLean)

Members of the Norwood Junior Chamber of Commerce will be out selling the Community Activities Scholarship Calendar this coming weekend, September 9th and 10th.

In order to make available a $700 Scholarship to a deserving student of the Norwood Senior High Schoo!, the Norwood Jaycees will be out covering the town door-to-door in their assigned areas.

The Community Activities Calendar has a complete listing of the fraternal, civic, church, social and other important events of the town. Only one slight change has taken place on the calendar and that is the date, blocks have been made larger so that it can be used as an appointment calendar.

The Norwood Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship is the largest scholarship presented at the graduation exercises each June and it is made available only by the support of the people of Norwood.



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