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UPDATED April 21: More than 20 local organizations and town departments are ready to connect you to resources for food, jobs, housing, health, education and much more.

The first Resources and Connections Fair -- sponsored by the Human Service Network and the Town of Arlington’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Division -- scheduled to take place from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 30, in the Town Hall Auditorium.

The aim is to bring local organizations and town departments together to build more connections with residents. 

Refreshments and activities for younger residents will be available.

Whether you're a student, a working professional or a retiree, numerous volunteer opportunities in our town cater to your skill set and interests. The panel will discuss ways to give back and help those in need. The panelist will explain their agency's different resources, how they can be accessed and who to call for specific assistance to help loved ones in need.  

Panelists include:

  • Colleen Leger, Director of Arlington Youth Consultation Center
  • Natasha Strom, Volunteer Coordinator, Arlington Eats
  • Marci Shapiro-Ide, Social worker, Arlington Council on Aging
  • Food Link representative

Direct questions and requests for accommodations and/or language interpretation support to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Teresa Marzilli, outreach and engagement coordinator, at 781-316-3406.

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This news announcement was published Thursday, April 20, 2023, based on information from the Town of Arlington, and updated April 21, to add panelists sent by Chris Doyle.