5 Things: The Terrace Café to Have Benefit for Wounded Warrior Project, KP Volleyball in Sectional Finals, Adopt a Dog Found by Animal Control, and Free Classes at Trainertown
It's Friday, November 10 and here are the five things you need to know.
1. Today's Weather From the National Weather Service
- Today: A chance of showers, mainly before 7pm. Cloudy, then gradually becoming partly cloudy, with a low around 30. Northwest wind 10 to 13 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
- Tonight: Sunny, with a high near 48. Northwest wind 9 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph.
2. Terrace Cafe to Hold Fundraiser for the Troops
On Saturday, November 10th, from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., The Terrace Café will hold a Community Fundraising event to benefit The Wounded Warrior Project in honor of Veteran’s Day.
The Wounded Warrior project is a non-profit organization that provides programs and services to help severely injured service members and their families’ with the transition from active duty to civilian life.
Tickets are available for purchase in advance of the event and at the door for $20 apiece. Admission includes a delicious meal, a beverage of choice, and live entertainment throughout the day. A different band is scheduled to play each hour from 10-4. In addition, they will be accepting care packages for soldiers on site, and will be hosting a blood drive. A full $15 of the ticket price will go directly to the Wounded Warrior fund.
The Terrace Café is located across from the Wrentham Town Common at 36 South Street. For more information about this event, call 508-384-3269, or follow The Terrace Café on Facebook. For more information about The Wounded Warrior Project, visit www.woundedwarrior.com.
All are invited to take part in this event, which offers great food, beverages, live music, and an opportunity for Wrentham to show support for our troops in honor of Veteran’s Day.
3. KP Volleyball in the Sectional Finals
The King Philip Volleyball team earned another upset win, this time against #3 Quincy. The #7 Warriors won their semi-final match 3-2 to advance to the Central-East Division 1 finals against Newton North.
The Warriors will face the Tigers on November 10 at 7:00 p.m. at Babson College.
4. Trainertown in Plainville Offering Free Classes for Those Who Donate Non-Perishable Food Items
Trainertown Personal Training proudly announced their promotion to help feed those in need this holiday season. During the month of November, the personal training and fitness studio will give a free one-hour class to each person who brings a grocery bag full of non-perishable goods to Trainertown for donation to the Plainville Food Pantry.
“We want to give back to the community this Thanksgiving,” says Trainertown co-owner Stephanie Dion; “With this approach, we’re not just helping those in need, we’re also giving the gift of fitness.”
Trainertown offers three different classes: Boot Camp, Spin, and Body Move, Mold and Melt. Boot Camp is a circuit training class that gives a full-body workout that will not be soon forgotten! Boot Camp, the most popular class, is offered Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 8 am, and Monday and Wednesday evenings at 7pm. Spin combines a great cardio workout with leg and core development, along with heart-pumping music; it is upbeat and loads of fun. Spin is offered Wednesday at 5 pm and Saturday at 9 am. The newest class, Body Move, Mold and Melt, is a kinder, gentler workout using body weight, core and Swiss balls, and kettle bells to sculpt the body and melt away fat. This class is offered on Saturday at 10 am. For those seeking something even more challenging, Trainertown plans to introduce a P90X program sometime during November. Details will be posted on their website http://www.trainertown.com
Trainertown will also offer a special on Small Business Saturday, November 24. For those interested in attending group fitness classes, a 12-class pack will be available for $75, a 25 percent savings off the regular price of $100.
Trainertown has been serving the personal training and fitness needs of the Plainville area since 2008 and is conveniently located on Route 1 in Plainville, almost directly across from Boston Tropical Tree. Owners Paul Topham and Stephanie Dion are the sole personal trainers, offering clients customized fitness programs that change bodies and change lives. Trainertown offers a small, personal setting that is comfortable for those new to exercise and also to fitness veterans who have been training longer. For the November group exercise schedule, visit the Trainertown website.
5. Town of Wrentham Looking for a Home for a Female Dog
The Town of Wrentham is looking for a new owner for a dog found by animal control near Wrentham Village Premium Outlets. The female dog is estimated to be 7-10 years old and might be a mix of Cavalier King Charles. For more information call Animal Control Officer, Chris Wider at 508-962-3556.