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Not even the organizers of Taunton’s first Drag Queen Story Hour expected the level of attention they received on Saturday, May 14. Roughly 65 to 70 people — families, parents, and children — filled the lower auditorium of the Taunton Public Library, almost exceeding capacity for that venue. How successful was it? Read on to find out.
Leaving a job and diving into your passion sounds scary, but Reko Lauren took that risk and now she's an award-nominated director. The journey after losing a job during the height of the pandemic was not easy for Lauren, but she persevered. Read more about this creative woman here.
Johnson’s Pond in Raynham now has a Little Free Library… AND a Little Free Pantry. On May 12, Raynham Jr. Girl Scout Troop 82256 gathered at Johnson’s Pond, fastened the decorated pantry box to its post and stocked the new Little Free Pantry with food items for those in need. Then the group held a ribbon-cutting to mark the opening of the pantry and the completion of a long-in-the-works community service project. Check it out here!
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This article originally appeared on The Taunton Daily Gazette: A fabulous time at Drag Queen Story Hour