Originally published in the Westborough Community Advocate on May 14, 2017.
(Article written by Bonnie Adams, Managing Director) Edited for space purposes.
Westborough – The young residents of the Park Village apartment complex got a special treat the morning of May 13 when members of the Westborough Police and Fire departments stopped by for a “meet and greet” event.
The event was organized by Police Lt. Todd Minardi as a way, he said, to help kids get to know some of the officials and let them know they could count on them if they ever needed help. The kids were given the opportunity to check out a police cruiser and fire truck as well.
The officers also took the opportunity to discuss with parents and caregivers how to best protect themselves from the increasing amount of scams that have been occurring online as well as via cell phone calls.
“We just want to help provide them with information so they don’t get victimized,” Minardi said. “Unfortunately scammers are becoming more sophisticated and because so many are based out of the country, there’s really not much that we can do once a person has been victimized. So we want to give them tools so that does not happen.”
For information on scams and how to best protect yourself, visit www.mass.gov/ago/consumer-resources/consumer-information/scams-and-identity-theft/cca.
The banner is up in Downtown Westborough for Westborough's 300th Birthday, and Stonegate Group is a proud sponsor of the celebration!
Westborough's official birthday isn't until November 18, 2017,
but the celebrations will begin this October.
Click on the link below for a list of all the events and activities.
Happy Birthday Westborough!