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Briefs: Officer Waffles Scavenger Hunt, May Calendar Fundraiser, Moulton Meetups

Plus, town posts supplemental warrant with explanations of many articles

Are you looking for something fun and competitive to do over break? Join TPD for an Officer Waffles Scavenger Hunt! Simply find and take photos of 15 safety items listed on the checklist that will be provided when you register.

Easy, right? The catch is the hunt must be completed and photos submitted online between April 21 and April 23, and all items must be located within the town of Tewksbury. Once registered at the above link, you will be invited to the event. There is no age limit, however, a partner and/or transportation could be very helpful for young hunters. The first five submissions received with all 15 pictures (verified by committee) win bragging rights, a visit with Officer Waffles 🐾 himself and a limited-edition challenge coin.

Winners 🏆 will be notified via email.

Alternative House, a shelter for people affected by domestic violence, is holding a calendar raffle. Drawings will begin May 1, and you can see all the prizes here. Entries are $20 and may be purchased online. All names will be re-entered to win if pulled, and you will be notified via email or phone if you have won a prize. The grand end-of-month giveaway is a $500 AmEx gift card, but no prize is worth less than $25.

All gift cards can be mailed, or Team Carnation will do a personal drop-off! Proceeds go to support the survivors of domestic violence that Alternative House serves.

Congressman Seth Moulton, who represents Tewksbury, has announced two opportunities to meet and share your priorities. First is a Town Hall scheduled for Thursday, April 20 at 6 p.m. It will be held at the Beverly Senior Center, 90 Colon St., Beverly. Residents may also meet Rep. Moulton in at a MA-06 Housing Forum scheduled for Monday, April 24 at 9 a.m. at Salem State University, 356 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass.

The Congressman also took part in a discussion about mental health among elected representatives. You can find the video here. He was also recently interviewed about the state of public transportation and the MBTA. Listen in here

Finally, the town has released a handout to supplement the Town Meeting warrants that were recently mailed. You can access it here, and we hope to see you at TMHS on May 1. If you didn’t recieve your warrant, it’s available here.

These posts are from the great organizations around Tewksbury that provide updates to the Carnation.

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