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Project PROVE at Braintree Farmers Market
Project PROVE students, grads and supporters will be at the Farmers Market selling wristbands to raise money for a bronze plaque to be donated by the community to Braintree High in honor of the founding members of Project PROVE which began in 1972, and in celebration of the program's 40 years of success. PROVE is the Braintree High School program for individuals with developmental disabilities, preparing them to be productive and contributing members of the community. PToday PROVE grads are gainfully employed and students work at the Town Hall, the State House and in varous programs throughout the community. Stop by and say hi and help celebrate with a beautiful blue wristband that says "BHS Project PROVE - Celebrating 40 Years". The program will have a 40th anniversary celebration in October at the Town Hall in conjunction with its annual reunion. For more information and/or to make a donation call or e-mail - info. below.
More About Braintree Town Hall
Town Hall, located right off Washington St. next to French's Common Park and across from the public library, houses a number of government offices, including the Town Council, various boards and the mayor's office. The building itself is stately and historic, with a large auditorium for meetings, and is filled with 18th and 19th century artwork.
Services at Town Hall include the assessor's office, town treasurer, license commissioners, town solictor, town clerk, veteran's department, and the zoning and registrars' boards.
Other events here
- BHS Class of 1983 30th Reunion Sat, Sep 28, 7:00 pm–12:00 am