On channel 8, Bolton Access TV is airing “Memory Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s”, a presentation by Julie McMurray of the Alzheimer’s Association given in March at the Public Safety Building to town employees. We begin showing a new episode of “Your Money, Your Life”, discussing what it means to become an “accidental caregiver” to a loved one.
Mornings on 8, “Recipes for Better Living” from Sterling Lancaster TV shows a healthy breakfast, and we also have an interview with outgoing Town Moderator Jim Anker, which we’re calling “Bolton Conversations”.
The Easter Sunday Services from both First Parish and Trinity will air on the 23rd, 26th, and 27th.
And watch for “The Alien Side of Stow”, re-airing on channel 8.In preparation for Bolton’s annual town meeting (May 5th, 7 pm at the High School – don’t miss it!)
Program Highlights for Apr 13 – Apr 19
Bolton Access TV is airing “Town Meeting Practices”, a show by retiring Town Moderator Jim Anker, discussing what can, should, might, and shouldn’t happen at town meeting.
Also, we’ll show an “Internet Safety Talk”, given to 8th graders who will be entering high school next year by Eileen Kneeland of the Worcester District Attorney’s office.
On channels 8 and 99, the latest “Nashoba Now” with superintendent Michael Wood continues to air along with “A Moment With Kate”, an update from State Representative Kate Hogan.
And meetings of town committees, commissions, and boards continue to air on channel 99.