FRAMINGHAM – More than 1,500 people attended Framingham Superintendent of School’s first-ever back-to-school picnic at Farm Pond Thursday night, August 30.
“There are so many people, who made our first-ever back-to-school picnic the success that it was, I couldn’t even possibly begin to name them all,” said Superintendent Bob Tremblay to Source Thursday night.
“Thank you to everyone who planned the logistics and who participated in this community building gathering,” said Tremblay.
There were dozens of booths with games and arts & crafts from the public school district, as well as community booths like the Framingham Public Library.
The Framingham High School’s award-winning marching band performed as did the district’s new summer theatre program.
“It’s fellowship with one another that brings us together as a community and for a few hours it wasn’t about one school or where you live or what your extracurricular talents may be, it was about celebrating one another as family friends and neighbors,” said Tremblay to Source.
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