5T: Relay for Life Seeks Volunteers, Corn Maze Opens
Quite a few interesting Woburn Headlines in History in today's 5T column!
Here are five things you need to know today in Woburn:
1) Event Spotlight
It's October, which means fall is just getting into full swing. And to help us celebrate the awesomeness of fall is the McCue's Garden Center on Cambridge Road. The beloved corn maze has been set up and will be open to the public during the entire month of October.
2) Relay for Life
The Woburn Relay for Life Committee is ready to start planning on next year's event. The group will meet tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the police station meeting room. The group is looking for new volunteers and helpers, residents are encouraged to attend.
3) Rain coats for the kids!
According to the National Weather Service, the little ones are going to need their rain coats again today. The NWS is expecting Woburn to have rain showers in the morning and clouds all day. The temperature will rise into the low 70s. Things look like they'll begin to clear up on Tuesday.
4) In case you missed it
5) Headlines in history
Let's take a walk through Woburn's history, shall we? Some headlines in newspapers regarding Oct. 1 events in Woburn were:
- 1907—Boy Shot in Foot—An accidental shooting near Horn Pond.
- 1933—Cows Moo Warning Of Fire In Woburn—no further information given.
- 1937—Picture In Life Angers Woburn—Woburn American Legionnaires and city officials upset over small inset picture in Life Magazine.
- 1960—Third Man To Face Court In Saugus Murder Probe—Norman A. Porter, 20, of Woburn was arraigned on first degree murder charge.
Want your event to be featured in Five Things? Upload it to our Calendar!