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Volunteers in the News
A group of eight workers at Atria Bay Spring Village who do community service projects recently repainted the Barrington Senior Center.
Government, Volunteers in the News
The volunteers who serve on Barrington's boards, commissions and committees were recognized again last week at an appreciation dinner at the high school.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
More than 500 school volunteers sometime referred to as 'secret weapons' in Barrington will be honored at the annual luncheon.
The Red Brick School hosts a track and field event for kids ages 3 to 10 at Barrington High School on Saturday afternoon, April 27.
The second annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner starts at 5:30 pm in the Barrington High School cafeteria.
The second annual CROP Hunger Walk in Barrington is scheduled for Sunday, April 28.
Volunteers in the News, Journeys
Joan Haas has been one of the most active volunteers at TAP-IN for more than 20 years.
Callers for the Barrington Education Foundation might be contacting you tonight and Wednesday night and asking for your support for grants for the schools.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Sports
The 7th annual Nayatt 5K Run/Walk is the major fundraiser for the Nayatt School PTO each year; it has become a sure sign that spring is here.
The Barrington Neighbors and Newcomers Club has a long history of welcoming new residents to town.
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