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Posted by Ralph Ranalli June 3, 2007 12:30 PM



The Newton Community Service Center sure looks young for its age.

The private, nonprofit human services agency will celebrate its 100th year with a birthday party next Sunday from 1 to 5:30 p.m. The party will begin with an antique car parade and will continue with crafts, face painting, balloon sculpture, and music all day long.

Performing at the event will be the Joanne Langione School of Dance, The Suburbanette’s, the Daylites, the Newton All-City Honor Chorus Treble Singers, Alex Kurland’s Quartet, and the Tamias Ecuadorian Band. The day winds down with a pop/swing concert with music from the Sharon Community Band and Roy Scott Big Band.

All events are free and will take place rain or shine at the agency’s main facility at 492 Waltham Street in West Newton. Anyone seeking more information is urged to call Jean Devine at 617-969-5906, x 119, or visit the center online.

-- Connie Paige

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