Our Good Grief group has so many great activities scheduled for the Spring - Luncheons, Walking Club, Movie Club, Cards and Games at the Park, Picnics at the Park, a lake cruise, and much more! Just click the link below for a complete list.
All events are posted on our website and the Activity Hotline (508-791-5905) will be updated each Monday. The next group meeting will be held on May 11th at 2:00 pm, at the Satellite Office located at 579 Pleasant Street in Paxton. Come meet other members and help create new events.
We hope that you will take part and enjoy this unique group. Come make new friends, socialize, and have some fun!
It can be difficult to explain death, illness, and grief to a young child, but illustrated books are a helpful resource. The books listed here can help children grasp these abstract concepts, and also offer support and comfort during a time of emotional loss.
WCMP Annual Memorial Day Celebration Saturday, May 25th, 12:00 - 2:00 PM 217 Richards Avenue, Paxton, MA 01612
As we have every year since 1989, we are holding a service to honor all those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving in combat. We hope that you will join us, veterans and sevice members from throughout Worcester County, and Boy Scouts Rutland Troop 306. We will have refreshments and entertainment.
We hope to see you at this special event! Please RSVP Matt at 508-791-0350. ... See MoreSee Less
Reading can be a cathartic exercise, after we experience the loss of a loved one. It can provide emotional relief and let us cleanse ourselves of strong feelings associated with our loss. Whether it’s been just a few months or many years, books and poems can help with the grieving process.
The NewsHour asked its staff for recommendations of books or poems that helped them survive a period of loss. In their own words, here are 10 possible reads for someone who's grieving.