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Coming Sept. 19 – a special issue focusing on Shrewsbury!

entering-shrewsbury-signShrewsbury – The Community Advocate is planning on a special issue that will be mailed to every home and business in Shrewsbury Sept. 19.* In this issue, we will be featuring stories about the many interesting people, places and events that help make Shrewsbury such a great community. As such, we would love to hear from you, Shrewsbury residents, – who is a community leader or hidden hero that you would like to see profiled? And what groups, organizations or events do you think we should let everyone in town know about?

If you would like to share your thoughts about a particular issue facing the town, we's like to hear those, too.? To submit a letter to the editor for this special issue, please just follow our standard guidelines: letters must be signed with a name and address and include a telephone number for verification and should be 350 words or less. We reserve the right to reject letters and comments on the basis of length, libelous content and suitability.

If you are interested in sharing a story idea, would like to send a letter to the editor or would like to learn about advertising opportunities for this special issue, contact Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor, at news@communityadvocate.com or call 508-366-5500, ext. 14.

*We will also be printing our regular weekly issue for all of our other towns that week as well.

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Posted by on Jul 15 2014. Filed under Byline Stories, Shrewsbury, This Just In. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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