Pembroke Quarterly Newsletter Volume II|July 13, 2018
Serving Pembroke
Summer is finally here, and time to enjoy the outdoors and things that make Pembroke so unique like swimming at Sandy Bottom Pond, walking Tucker Preserve or attending the 51st annual Pembroke Arts Festival in August.

We invite you to come to PACTV to find out more about our classes and how our professional staff can help you create an amazing video or television show. We hope you will enter our one-minute  Video Competition  (more information below) and maybe even win a prize!
Pembroke in the News
Student and Educator Honored

The National Centers for Women in Technology honored one teacher and one student from the Pembroke School District for their achievements.
Music Education Honored

Pembroke has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.
Congressional App Challenge

Congressman Bill Keating was at Pembroke High School recently to award the winners of the Congressional App Challenge.
Art Department School Beautification

PCN headed over to Pembroke High School to get a different take on graduation season from the vantage point of the Art Department
Pembroke Elementary Cadet Band Performs at Kingston Collection

he Pembroke Elementary 5th grade cadet band took over the food court in the Kingston Collection and delivered an incredible performance.
Recent Pembroke Events
Pembroke's Old Home Days Fair

Find out more about this annual tradition and its long & varied history.
The Prom Angels

The Prom Angels Foundation hosted their annual prom.
Check out this wonderful event and some great classic cars as well.
Pembroke High School Graduation
Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Pembroke Memorial Day Parade
May 28, 2018
Our Community
New Episode of State Matters

State Representative Mathew Muratore meet with the director of the MA Office of Coastal Zone Management to talk about offshore renewable energy, ocean planning, climate change and coastal resilience, port and harbor planning and more.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (NDCAP)

NCAP hosted a public meeting in May at the Plymouth Community Intermediate School Little Theater, regarding the decommissioning of the Pilgrim Power Plant.
Enter to Win the Video Competition!
Everybody has a story to tell and we want to see your story! Enter to win PACTV's Video Competition. Create a one-minute video and tell us:
  • Who inspires you? OR
  • What is your favorite place? OR
  • What does your 5:00 look like?

A screening with all submissions takes place on August 23rd at 7pm at PACTV. 

We will offer a session for people who want to create a video using their phone or tablet at PACTV on August 10th from 6-7:00pm. Sign up  here .

We can't wait to see your submissions! 
Enter here: www.pactv.org/vc2018  (Deadline is August 16th)
Ways to Watch
Watch on Cable TV
PACTV is Supported By
PACTV is grateful for the support of local businesses and organizations who help enable our mission of informing and empowering our community. If your organization would like to become a PACTV Supporter, please contact Julie Thompson at julie@pactv.org .
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