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Sun Shine: Walking Together, on a mission in Worcester’s Main South

A storefront, some folding chairs and a caring heart are the foundation of an Episcopal ministry at 799 Main. As she walks, listens, helps, and even provides quarters at a local laundry, Rev. Meredyth Wessman Ward is making a gentle difference in many lives. Her work is part of the church’s recent efforts to reach out to people in new places and new ways.

Sun Shine: Arrays of light — Clark student’s solar project to aid ‘our heroes’

While helping the environment by providing renewable energy through the sun, an enterprising Clark student’s project also seeks to benefit individuals, such as police officers, military veterans, teachers and firefighters, whose everyday work helps others. Indeed the 19-year-old has already learned a valuable lesson: “If you really want to accomplish something, you have to find the time.” We suggest you find the time to check out this profile from Bronislaus B. Kush.

University Park

Sun Shine: Walking Together, on a mission in Worcester’s Main South

A storefront, some folding chairs and a caring heart are the foundation of an Episcopal ministry at 799 Main. As she walks, listens, helps, and even provides quarters at a local laundry, Rev. Meredyth Wessman Ward is making a gentle difference in many lives. Her work is part of the church’s recent efforts to reach out to people in new places and new ways.

Meredyth Ward

Worcester Sun, June 12-18: In this issue

Sun Shine is back with a woman on a mission in Main South. Sinacola gets lost in the woods, Foxwoods that is. Hitch + Petty = A Winner Every Time. A new local (and we mean local) business, Augustine’s latest chapter, Inbox is overflowing. All that and more in your June 12-18 Worcester Sun.

Sun Shine: Arrays of light — Clark student’s solar project to aid ‘our heroes’

While helping the environment by providing renewable energy through the sun, an enterprising Clark student’s project also seeks to benefit individuals, such as police officers, military veterans, teachers and firefighters, whose everyday work helps others. Indeed the 19-year-old has already learned a valuable lesson: “If you really want to accomplish something, you have to find the time.” We suggest you find the time to check out this profile from Bronislaus B. Kush.

In this issue, May 15-21

Patrick Sargent has a reality check on just what all that new snow removal equipment can — and can’t do — for Worcester. Sun Shine is back with an enterprising Clarkie’s solar energy project. We unveil a new feature, On Beacon Hill. Hitch on the Greendale Mall. Sina-cism, the latest from Augustine Kanjia — and much more, in the May 15-21 Worcester Sun.

Sun Shine: Church’s intervention divine for dozens of area students

The Worcester Diocese Adopt-A-Student program has helped students like Grace Clark, now an 18-year-old freshman at Assumption College, who graduated from St. Peter-Marian. “I really got a great education,” said the pre-med student. “Frankly, if it weren’t for the program, I wouldn’t be where I am today.” Bronislaus B. Kush checks in with Clark, and reports on the origins and future of this initiative.

Sun Shine: Church’s intervention divine for dozens of area students

The Worcester Diocese Adopt-A-Student program has helped students like Grace Clark, now an 18-year-old freshman at Assumption College, who graduated from St. Peter-Marian. “I really got a great education,” said the pre-med student. “Frankly, if it weren’t for the program, I wouldn’t be where I am today.” Bronislaus B. Kush checks in with Clark, and reports on the origins and future of this initiative.

In this issue, March 27-April 2

Call this our Spring Training Issue: Ken Powers talks to top MLB prospect and Auburn native Tyler Beede; and Patrick Sargent profiles the many different career paths of Worcester’s boys of summer, starting with former NL All-Star Bryan LaHair. Sun Shine is back, Sina-cism takes on beggars of all kinds — and much more in the March 27-April 2 Worcester Sun.