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Network Steering Committee members and their families and friends were out and about over the weekend of May 18-19. Saturday saw a contingent of around 20 marching through Winchester Center in the EnKa Fair, holding signs supporting an inclusive community....
The recent attacks in Christchurch on the Linwood and Al Noor Mosques remind us again of the devastating effects that white supremacy and emboldened white nationalist sentiment are having on minority communities the world over. We at the Winchester Multicultural...
As we reflect on Saturday’s tragic killings in the Tree of Life synagogue of Pittsburgh, we mourn those who ventured out on what they thought would be a day of worship and we grieve for a community–in Pittsburgh, our country,...
Above: Detail from photo by Wicked Local Staff Photographer, Ruby Wallau — Rod Gay shows Sean Restiro, 16, both of Winchester, photos from when Winchester played in the 1955 and 1956 Little League World Series during the Mass Memories Road...
On a beautiful Spring morning, Saturday, May 20, at 9 am, the Network proudly marched with our neighbors in the En Ka’s annual hometown parade. Our marchers included Board members and community supporters, a group that was diverse with respect...