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Community News-bottle drive for cat rescue, Memoria Day Parade, and art at Richards Library

Angelcat Feline Rescue can and bottle drive

Angelcat Haven Feline Rescue is hosting our semi-annual can and bottle deposit drive on Saturday June 4, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Desco 36 Bacon Square, Plainville. Drop off any redeemable cans and bottles at this time to help support Angelcat Haven. Unscented clumping litter is also accepted. There will be catnip product sales pop-up at the event as well as a bake sale table with lots of tasty treats.
All cans and plastic bottles must be in a plastic bag and glass bottles should be in the cardboard box they were sold in. Due to social distancing guidelines, the following procedures have been put in place. Please pull the vehicle up to the side of the building at Bacon Square and a volunteer will direct to a designated spot in the large parking lot adjacent to the building. Please follow volunteer instructions for how and where to unload cans and bottles to maintain social distancing.

Pre-counted cans and bottles can be brought to Mansfield Redemption Center (75 Forbes Boulevard) any open day. Please do not drop off any cans at the front of the building. Please check the Facebook page for more details. Volunteers for this event or helping count cans on another day, please e-mail

Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Service

North Attleborough’s Memorial Day Parade will be held Saturday, May 28, at 10 a.m. The parade begins at Baptist Common and ends at Barrows Memorial Park. Ceremony at Barrows Memorial Park will begin immediately after the parade. For additional information, please contact North Attleborough Veterans Department at 508-699-0120.

Richards Memorial issues call for artists to beautify library

Richards Memorial Library is seeking two paintings that will be used to professionally wrap the book deposit boxes in front of the library. Original paintings reflecting the theme of libraries or books must be submitted by May 31. The winners will be announced on June 15. Visit for more details.

Clothing drive for Greater Attleboro Council for Children

The Greater Attleboro Council for Children is collecting gently-used clothing, shoes, accessories and linens. The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children will receive cash from Savers for every pound donated. No donation is too small.

The following collection dates are:

  • Saturday, June 4, and Sunday, June 12—9-11 a.m.
  • Saturday, June 18—8-10 a.m.

Contactless drop off available. Simply put items in the trunk, drive up to the building at Door D, pop the trunk and a volunteer will empty the vehicle. Any small kitchen/houseware items, sport equipment, toys or books cannot be collected for this drive. Please bring donations to the council at 135 County Street, Attleboro. No drop offs directly to Savers please.

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