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Woburn Historical Society Civil War film
Please join us in the Woburn Memorial High School auditorium for a Plasma Films production entitled: "IN THE CAUSE OF LIBERTY; WOBURN IN THE CIVIL WAR" showing lives of Woburn soldiers and
the battles they were in; Gettysburg, Weldon Railroad, Petersburg, etc. This production was made in collaboration with the Trustees and contributions of the
Woburn Public Library, with additional historic contributions by Leon Basile.
The DVD will be available for sale for $25 and will include a supplement containing many pictures of Woburn Civil War soldiers.
This program is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the show begins at 7:00 pm. Light refreshments will be served after the
More About Woburn Memorial High School
The new Woburn Memorial High School building opened in 2006. The state-of-the-art facility features academic classrooms, an athletic complex and a performing arts center.
According to the school's program of studies, the mission of the school is "to provide academic and co-curricular programs that reflect the opportunities and challenges inherent in our rapidly changing society."
The building features the Harlow Library, a library/media center named after Dr. John Harlow, which features 26 computer work stations, print materials, audio visual equipment and four project rooms.
Extracurricular activities at the high school include: Yearbook, National Honor Society, Student Council, Connecting Activities, Drama Club, Show Choir, Band, Jazz Choir, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Public Speaking, Key Club, Leo Club, Dance Team, History Club, Interact Club, International Club, the Bull's Eye, Lit (literary magazine), Book Club, Best Buddies, Math Team, Science Team, LEARN, Peer Mediator, SRO Mentors, S.A.D.D., Shakespeare Society, Spectrum, Youth in Government, and the Ski and Snowboard Club.