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The history of Ayer Massachusetts dates back to 1667 when the first mill was built. Ayer was originally part of Groton and was incorporated as a town in 1871.
The town was named in honor of Dr. James Cook Ayer who provided the funding for the construction of Town Hall. Ayer's growth was greatly influenced by the development of the railroad for transportation during the mid 19th century.
Though it is a fairly small town in size of only 9.5 square miles, Ayer became a major junction for east-west and north-south rail lines thereby developing into an important commercial center.
Camp Devens was located in Ayer and was established in 1917 at the onset of World War I and renamed Fort Devens in 1932. With the presence of thousands of military and civilian personnel, the town's commercial development shifted to meeting their needs until Fort Devens was closed in 1996.
Ayer is a reflection of its history today. In its small area the town proudly hosts numerous industries, a thriving historical downtown that is unique to the region and modern commuter rail service to Boston.
New Parent Talks at the Peter Pan Center What is a Parent Talk at the Peter Pan Center for Social & Emotional Growth? Parent Talks are held one night per month from 6:30-8:00. Topics change monthly. Talks are facilitated by Lonnie R. Ouellette or Donna Shea, Parent Education Specialists at PPC. Babysitting is provided. Pizza, refreshments, and dessert will be provided too! The format for each “Talk” is as follows: 6:30-7:15: Brief Introduction of Topic by Facilitator 7:15-8:00: Parent Question and Answer/Group Discussion. We have designed these monthly scheduled Parent Talks to be an informal way to share ideas, acquire new parenting tips and tools, and the opportunity for you to meet parents just like you. Space is Limited! RSVP’s are required!!!!!!! Call PPC to register or register on-line! Cost: $25 per person/$30 for a couple. Babysitting, laughs, and food are FREE! September's Parent Talk Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 “Help, Mom! I’m so Disorganized!” This Parent Talk is designed for parents to learn, and share helpful tips on how to help theirchild(ren) become more organized for school success. If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, this Parent Talk is for you! v Does your child have trouble getting ready for school in the morning? v Do you need to “prod and poke” to get them ready, make their lunch, pack their backpack, AND push them out the door for the bus? v What about the “dreaded” homework folder? Who is responsible for that? v What about those “homework blues” when they get home? Come Join Us!
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