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It was only an increase of a couple of wins, but to both Norwood cross country teams it was a big improvement over the previous season’s record. With only one win each last year, the boy’s squad was able to double their win total to 2, while the girls increased their number of wins to 3.

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Norwood High School Plays Victory Song

The Norwood High School Mustangs marching band is playing up front this season. The victory squad marched to an impressive first place finish last month at the New England Scholastic Band Association championship in Lawrence.
The Mustang Marching Band & Color Guard placed first of nine Division III bands with a platinum score of 96.8. They also received the second highest score overall among all five divisions, rounding out an impressive competition season.

Stay Healthy and Lose Weight during the Holidays

The holidays are a great time to celebrate with family and friends but they are also associated with an abundance of food and a decrease in physical activity. This can cause weight gain, which can cause aches and pains. With a little bit of discipline and planning, this can be one of the healthiest holiday seasons you’ve ever had.
Holiday Food Consumption Guide 101
If you are trying to lose or maintain your weight, the holidays can be a challenging time. Here are some tips that will help you stay on track with your healthy eating lifestyle:

Norwood Artist’s Work on Display at Moose Hill Gallery

Mass. Audubon’s Moose Hill Wildlife Gallery in Sharon is holding its fall exhibit, Nature’s Grand Finale: Colors of Fall. The exhibit opened September 24 and will run through January 3, 2016.
“This juried show highlights the work of 19 outstanding juried artists who reveal their inspirational and artistic interpretations of the cascading colors and rich textures of fall,” Gallery Curator Jan Nareski Goba said. “Viewers are beckoned to experience the peaceful solitude or the intricate mysteries of autumn as it unfolds.”


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