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WACA – TV Film and Acting Workshop 2017 Coming this July 31 to August 4

WACA – TV would like to invite you to participate in this summer’s film and acting workshop at our Community Media Center at 200 Butterfield Drive, Ashland.

The session will be the week of July 31 to August 4 from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm with a ½ hour break for lunch. Please provide your own lunch. Participants should be between the ages of 13 and 15 years. Maximum class size is 12 with a minimum of at least 5 participants.

Film and Acting Workshop will focus on screenwriting, acting and filming a short screenplay. Attendees will learn how to write a screenplay as well as acting and filming their movie. Please specify what is your interested; performing in front of the camera as an actor or doing the technical operations behind the camera. Every effort will be made to accommodate your interests.

You will receive a complimentary DVD as a keepsake of your experience at WACA – TV. Please allow a few weeks for
post/production. You will be notified when they are ready to be picked up.

Cost for this week-long session will be $400.00. Please register by calling 508-881-9222 or downloading the application from our website at or from our Facebook page. Please return to Barbara Chisholm, c/o WACA – TV, 200 Butterfield Drive, Suite B1, Ashland, MA 01721.  Download the application here:


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Would You Like To Be Part Of A TV Show?  Calling All Kids is looking for you!

Looking for Young Children between the ages of 5 and 8 who would like to be part of our story time show  “Calling All Kids”.  
Your child will be a cast member of our show while Mrs. Stacy reads to them and engages them in a discussion
Next show is Monday, June 19 at 5:30pm.


The Town of Ashland, Water Department is replacing old and outdated water meters for residential and small business customers at no cost to you. The Town of Ashland, Water Department owns the meters and electronic reading devices and will need entry to each property to replace the meter.
Many of the current meters and electronic reading devices were installed years ago and need to be read manually.
The new meters provide reliable readings which help customers identify plumbing leaks that may result in higher-than-normal bills. Also the new meters eliminate the need for a water meter reader to visit the home, once the meter and radio have been installed. To verify if your water meter is outdated and you are eligible for a new meter, please email us at along with your address and phone number.
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Ashland Lions Club Recycling

We are always looking for used Eye Glasses and Cell Phones!

Massachusetts Association for the Blind

Donate your old car to the Massachusetts Assoc. for the Blind. They provide services and programs to blind and vision impaired of Massahusetts. Free tow and pick up. We will take your old car, boat, trailer, camper, motorcycle, jet ski and snowmobile. Call today for details at 1-888-613-2777. Contact — Barbara Sciannameo at