Mayor Scott Galvin reminds qualifying residents to apply for higher education scholarships sponsored in conjunction with Waste Management. Qualifying residents are invited to apply for the scholarship. In order to qualify, applicants must be a Woburn resident, be enrolled in a two year or four year university or college, a trade school or the U.S military. The application deadline is August 21st, 2019. To apply send your name, address, contact phone number, and confirmation of enrollment into any of the above enrollment qualifications to Waste Management Scholarship, c/o Mayor Scott Galvin, 10 Common Street, Woburn, MA 01801.  Winners will be drawn at random on Thursday, August 22, 2019.

For more information contact Mayor Galvin’s office at 781-897-5901.

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The Woburn Public Media Center, Waste Management and Woburn Memorial High School’s “Green Team” recently partnered to create a Public Service Announcement to help educate students and residents about recycling.  The goal of the project is to help educate students about what should and should not be recycled in the school cafeteria. Believe it or not, everything with a recycle symbol is not recyclable in the city. The Green Team has made great strides in “greening up” the high school’s cafeteria.

The PSA will be shown on the city’s cable access channel as well as the school’s rolling announcements. This partnership between public and private is a great example of how business can benefit community. Please take a moment to see what the students created.

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