Building Bridges from Sudbury Across the Nation

The Bridges Together Board invites Sudbury residents, Bridges volunteers and friends to join us for a  coffee to learn more about Bridges Together on  Friday, March 21 from 10 am until noon at The Grange Hall in Sudbury Town Center (326 Concord Road). Stop by at any time but there will be a short, informative presentation at 11 am.

What began in Sudbury’s classrooms in 1991 has grown into a not-for-profit charitable 501(c)(3) organization with two additional programs for middle school and early elementary school (K-2) students.

Since 1991 more than 10,000 children and seniors have been impacted by this program – and now, these programs are in a dozen communities! For children and seniors alike, Bridges Together programs help to strengthen the community and increase understanding between the generations. They promote positive attitudes about aging, expand learning opportunities, and strengthen family ties.

Please RSVP to Debbie at by March 21.

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