Sudbury Celebrates 375 / Sudbury Day Committee

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Sudbury Celebrates 375 Merchandise Now Available

Published June 6, 2014 | Sudbury Celebrates 375 / Sudbury Day Committee | Updated September 9, 2014 | Automatically Archived on 12/31/2014

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The Sudbury Celebrates 375 Committee is pleased to announce the availability of a variety of souvenirs that feature the Sudbury Celebrates 375 logo that was the winner of a logo contest conducted by the Committee last fall. The logo was designed by Sudbury native David Alderman and is based on the granite road markers found throughout the Town and region. The sale of the souvenirs is part of the fund-raising effort of the Committee in support of events of the celebration in 2014 of the 375th anniversary of the incorporation of the Town on September 4, 1639. The yearlong celebration will include a variety of events including an Olde Time Family Community Faire Day on August 23 in the Town Center and a Sudbury Celebrates 375 Field Day with fireworks on September 6 at LS Regional High School.

The souvenirs include T-shirts with the logo in blue on white shirts and in white on light blue shirts. Also available are coffee mugs, car magnets and water bottles. Also available will be beige colored baseball caps with a simplified embossed logo in blue.

All items are available for sale at Graphic Connections, 730 Boston Post Road, at Bartlett’s Family Garden and Market, 578 Boston Post Rd, or by contacting Committee Member Joe Bausk at 978-443-8963. They will also be available at many of the upcoming Sudbury Celebrates 375 events.

For information concerning the Celebration, including a calendar of events, check the Sudbury Celebrates 375 Committee page of the town’s web site often.