North Attleboro Eagle Scout Gives Back

North Attleboro Eagle Scout gives back. Keigan Cullen, a North Attleboro High student athlete,and an Eagle Scout Candidate with Troop 33 in North Attleboro is working on his Eagle project, a nature trail behind the YMCA. Keigan, a Scout since he was eight years old, chose the YMCA site for his project as a way to give back to the YMCA for all the years of enjoyment he’s had there. Keigan attended The Childrens’ Center Daycare as a child, tried his hand at every sport available, learned to swim, and went to Summer Camp at the YMCA growing up. He remembers taking the trail years ago as a shortcut from the Senior Camp to the Drama Stage, but the trail hasn’t been maintained in years. To start, he – and 35 volunteers that he rounded up – cleared the trail and cut down five dead trees along the trailside. He then built bird and bathouses which he installed along the way. To go along with the houses, he installed informational signs about some of the local animal life, such as bats, birds, and squirrels. He hopes the trail will be enjoyed by generations of kids for years to come. Keigan is a Senior at North, and plans on joining The National Guard and applying to State Universities to study Engineering.


We’ll Treat You Like “FAMILY”


The Massachusetts Feline Intervention Alliance, a small non-profit cat rescue located in Attleboro, MA, raises funds by making handmade gifts and holding fundraisers.  They serve the Bristol County Massachusetts area.  The MA – F.I.A. is dedicated to connecting cats with people and people with resources.

We will treat you like “FAMILY”.  ma-fia-cat-lights

Donations are greatly appreciated and very much needed for our rescued cats, and the ones still out there waiting to come in.   They can be sent to:

P.O.BOX 3415
Attleboro, MA 02703

Please let us know if you would like a Donation receipt for tax purposes!

Thank you everyone for helping us help them. None of this would be possible without your support.

Kitten Care and Bottle Feeding

If you would like to learn the basics of caring for orphan kittens in an informal classroom setting then let me Introduce you to Kitten Bottle Feeding Class 101.
Come and experience hands-on bottle feeding where everyone will have a few minutes of interaction with a litter of 4 week-old kittens.
Admission is a $10 donation to be used for the kittens shots and vetting.  The class will be held Sunday, September 6th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at Seven Arrows Farm in Seekonk, Massachusetts.  Find it upstairs in the Gift Shop / Tea Room.  Sign up now by emailing  Space is limited to 20 participants.

If you are unable to attend and would like to hear all about it, then stay tuned for an update in a future blog post!


Find directions to Seven Arrows Farm and more at the link below…

Hi and thanks for visiting!
deeMy name is Delores, but you can call me Dee.
I live in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.
I started this blog so I could share everything local. and as a way to compliment my website, The Attleboro Zone, the Attleboro’s own online city guide, business directory and information resource for the greater Attleboro area.

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