Tom MacDonald was honored last week at Charlestown Recovery House's annual gratitude fundraiser.
- LOCAL CONNECTIONS
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Submitted The Charlestown Recovery House recently held its fifth annual gratitude fundraiser at the new Knights of Columbus with a crowd of over 250 supporters. The annual gratitude fundraiser is an opportunity for the supporters of CRH to get together and reflect on the past year. Last year, the Charlestown Recovery House initiated the Peter Looney Public Service Award in memory of one of CRH’s greatest supporters, Peter Looney. CRH recognized Judy Evers at last year’s event for her public service and support of the House. This year, CRH presented the Looney Award to Tom MacDonald for his work at Harvest on Vine. MacDonald has been working in Charlestown for eight years as a director of Harvest on Vine and a member of the St. Mary and St…
Plus, some great news about Patch's progress and a new play is going up at the CWT.
Today is Wednesday, August 3. Here are five things you should know today. 1. Were you at the book launch last Sunday for Tom MacDonald’s “The Charlestown Connection”? Apparently several hundred people turned up… so many, in fact, that if you tried to buy a copy of the book you may have discovered they’d run out (always a good sign). Anyway – should you want to order a copy of Tom’s book, send a note to email@example.com call Maribeth MacDonald directly at 617-750-1937. 2. We at Patch aren’t super big advocates of horn tooting and other ego-maniacal behavior… after all, Patch is about you, the readers. That said, it’s hard not to tap a keg (at least mentally) about getting large-scale recognition for the work we're doing, …