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Holiday Closures

NOAH Will Be Closed as of 1 PM on Friday, September 4, and All Day On Monday, September 7, Due to the Labor Day Holiday.

Holiday Closure

NOAH will be closed all day on Friday, July 3, 2015, to celebrate Independence Day.

June 6-14 was NeighborWorks Week!

On June 6, NeighborWorks America and its network of local organizations kicked off the 32nd annual NeighborWorks Week, a weeklong celebration!  During the week over 70 organizations nationwide celebrated their communities by hosting all types of community development events, including rehabbing and repairing homes, beautifying parks, conducting neighborhood tours, recognizing successful partnerships, and hosting events that educate and train others.  One of NOAH's NeighborWorks Week events was its three-night Financial Capability Class, with 30 graduates (seen in the photo).  We also held a garden-building event and hosted a neighborhood 'green' tour.  Kudos and many thanks to our great volunteers, funders, stakeholders and staff, who make these events and all our programming possible!

O'Donnell Schoolyard Summer Program & Youth Soccer

This year's bilingual O'Donnell Schoolyard Summer Program in East Boston is now accepting registrations! The dates are from July 6th to August 20th, Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 2 PM, with breakfast and lunch included. All East Boston children ages 6 through 12 are eligible. Arts and crafts, games, sports and more! Staff members speak both English and Spanish.

The bilingual East Boston Community Soccer/Futbol Program is also accepting registrations for the children and youth Community Soccer Program. The program is open to all East Boston children and teens. This year, we are adding an all-girls team for young women ages 12 to 18. The Program will run from July through August on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 3:30 to 6 PM, at the American Legion Field on Condor Street.

Please call 617-418-8242 or 617-418-8248 for more information.

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