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Suffrage Centennial Committee Kicks Off Yearlong Celebration

About 75 people filled The Manor on Saturday afternoon for the kickoff event of a yearlong celebration of Susan B. Anthony and the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote.

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Adams Celebrates Important Local Women, Displays 'First Ladies' Quilt

Committee unveiled the "First Ladies Quilt" and Wall of Recognition at Town Hall on Friday evening with small reception.

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Adams Celebration Committee to See New Young Susan Statue Design

The Adams Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee will consider changes to the "young Susan" statue design.

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Adams Seek Funding for Town Common and SBA Celebration

Town Administrator Jay Green told the board on Wednesday that he had received communications from Sen. Adam Hinds' office in regard to a state budget amendment that would secure nearly $50,000 for the park.

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Victorian Tea Held in Honor of Susan B. Anthony

A Victorian tea party fundraiser to benefit the Adams Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee drew more than 60 people to support efforts to celebrate voting rights activist and native daughter Susan B. Anthony.

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North Adams Woman Celebrates 100 Years

The world was much different in 1918 the year she was born: Woodrow Wilson was president; World War I had ended, and the Boston Red Sox won their last World Series until 2004.

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Veterans War Memorial Tower Rededicated as National Monument

In the 100th years since World War 1 came to an end, state officials and veterans groups have rededicated the War Memorial Tower. The Veterans War Memorial Tower is now designated as a national monument by the U.S. World War 1 Centennial Commission and the Pritzker Military Museum and Library.

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Award-Winning Sculptor Selected to Create Anthony Statue

Committee member William Kolis told the Selectmen on Wednesday that the committee received interest from 13 sculptors but voted to recommend the New Jersey-based sculptor to create the proposed statute.

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Adams Suffrage Centennial Committee Drumming Up Donations

The Adams Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee, also known as the ASCCC, has been planning for over a year for the townwide celebration in 2020 to commemorate the contributions of suffrage activist Anthony, who was born on East Road in 1820.

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