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Staying in Touch & Finding Lost Pets: Facebook Community Pages, Part III

Even if you’re not a Facebook fan, here’s a reason to take a look: Many cities and towns have local, citizen-run pages where people post neighborhood information and engage with each other.

You can learn about and contribute to information on topics about civic and local events. You’ll also see people looking for healthcare providers, good coffee, Girl Scout cookies, movers, painters, plumbers, tailors, restaurants, lost personal items, and schools. And lost pets. It looks like lots of cats and dogs are slipping out of the house while nobody’s looking.

Here are pages for people in Wellesley, Newton and Waltham. We’ll add more, and send us your recommendations!

If you don’t like to click on links, you can cut and paste the link into your browser.

What’s Up, Wellesley – this 8,600-member group was created to get and share recommendations and advice, discuss happenings in town, and encourage a sense of the local community. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1420961004865177/

WALTHAM, MA. “Keeping in touch” – with over 8,200 members, this group helps people who grew up in Waltham or live there now along with those interested in Waltham, to reconnect with someone or share Waltham photos, memories and events. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1480282862191614/

Waltham MA Residents – this group of over 1,400 members is for people who are from and/or currently live in Waltham to share and post any community-related happenings. https://www.facebook.com/groups/WalthamResidents/

Weston (MA) Community – over 2,800 people are members of this group, which is for current and former residents of Weston to share information, resources and questions about Weston. https://www.facebook.com/groups/21489128083/

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