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Have you seen this Pembroke News Story on PACTV on the Fish Fry??
Here's the Tree Planting.
And the Town Administer interview.
The newest episode of Cutler Corner with State Representation Josh Cutler will debut on Monday, April 1st, featuring Executive Directors from the communities of Duxbury, Hanson & Pembroke Housing Authorities: Michelle Gill of Duxbury Housing Authority, Karen Reilly of Hanson Housing Authority & Sharon Sylvester of Pembroke Housing Authority.. The episode will air on the following days, channels and times:
Duxbury Government Access Comcast 15/Verizon 39
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 3 p.m.
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
Saturdays & Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
Pembroke Government Access Comcast 15
Mondays & Wednesdays at 6 p.m.
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays at 4 p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays at 8 a.m.
Addressing the foreclosure crisis is one of the most important things we can do to restore a healthy economy.
SSCAC’s HomeCorps Borrower Recovery Initiative helps those who have lost their homes to foreclosure with finding new housing, financial assistance, and family stabilization resources. Contact the HomeCorps Hotline at the Attorney General’s Office – 617-573-5333.
To get started, please call SSCAC at 508-747-7575 x6257 or the Attorney General’s Office at 617-573-5333.
Pembroke is part of the Bay Circuit Trail. Map of the trail. (pdf) The map is in color and will take time to open.
Pembroke Food Pantry. Open Wednesday mornings. Donations accepted at the Pembroke Public Library, the Fire Station and several other locations.
Pembroke Community Youth Alliance. On
Mission:"To gather information, increase awareness and mobilize active community involvement in the development of a comprehensive plan aimed at implementing effective strategies for the prevention of substance use and abuse and other self-destructive behaviors among the youth of Pembroke." There ARE issues in Pembroke. More concerned members always welcome. Meetings are held at the the Pembroke Public Library. Contact Jody Kearney, 617-448-9702.
Pembroke Herring Run. (pdf) This is a 20 page booklet with color maps. Be patient, but worth the wait.
Pembroke Watershed Association There's a new website and new address!
Committed to preserving and improving the ponds of Pembroke. The PWA meets twice a year at the Pembroke Public Library, 142 Center Street.
Comcast Community TV:
Pembroke's community cable is now PACTV.
PACTV is located at 4 Collins Ave., Plymouth. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to visit. Classes and membership are free to Pembroke residents until July 2013. Camera kits and an editing computer are available at the library for PMB certified users who attend a PACTV orientation. A PACTV training id and a library card are required to borrow the camera kits.
MASS 211.2-1-1 is the national abbreviated dialing code for free access to health and human services Informationand Referral. 2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember and universally recognizable number that makes a critical connection between individuals and families seeking services or volunteer opportunities and the appropriate community-based organizations and government agencies. 2-1-1 makes it possible for people to navigate the complex and ever-growing maze of human service agencies and programs. By making services easier to access, 2-1-1 encourages prevention and fosters self-sufficiency. It also is hoped that it will reduce the number of non-emergency calls inappropriately made to 911.