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Former Peace Corps volunteers serve at New England District
There are those in the District who have always wanted to make a difference in the world. They are people of action, people who will travel any distance and endure any environment to bring comfort and assistance to others. People like that join the Peace Corps.
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District, partners, teach children the importance of safe drinking water during Connecticut STEM event
Most children take safe drinking water for granted, but not the seventh graders at the Strong Middle School in Durham, Connecticut. Their school is only steps away from the Superfund Site that has contaminated their drinking water.
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West Hill Dam holds graduation ceremony for 2018 Junior Ranger Program
Team members at West Hill Dam in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, held a graduation ceremony for 29 Junior Rangers and six Junior Rangers Level 2, July 27 at the Dam.
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New England District moves forward with plans for new headquarters at Hanscom Air Force Base
Although still in the very early planning stages, the New England District is moving forward with its plan to move to Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford, Massachusetts. The District is currently headquartered in Concord, Massachusetts, not far from the base.
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Corps of Engineers, MassDOT announce cooperation agreement memorandum and new Bourne Bridge maintenance schedule
The New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) are announcing that scheduled maintenance on the Bourne Bridge over the Cape Cod Canal is being shifted to the spring season next year.
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Boy Scouts Complete Eagle Projects at Buffumville Lake and Hodges Village Dam
Three Boy Scouts successfully raced the clock, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout by completing their projects at Buffumville Lake/Hodges Village Dam before each turned 18.

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