Five Things You Need to Know Today in Norwood, July 24
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1. Well the nominations are in and it's time to vote! Check out our Best of Patch Readers' Choice voting page to vote for your favorite local businesses in several categories.
2. The Norwood Board of Selectmen will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall. The meeting will also be broadcast live on NPA-TV.
3. Every Tuesday, from 2-3 p.m. basic computer classes are offered at the Morrill Library. Programs include using the Library Catalog and Databases, Computer Skills for Beginners, and Basic Internet classes. You must call or visit the library to register for classes in advance.
4. Knee Pain? Learn more about MAKOplasty® at Norwood Hospital. The hospital is the first in the area to offer the surgery - a robotic-arm guided partial knee resurfacing. To learn more, attend a free seminar with orthopedic surgeons tonight at 6 p.m. in the Abraham Sieracki Conference Room at Norwood Hospital. Please register at 1-800-488-5959 or www.steward.org/MAKOplasty®.
5. The Norwood High School Alumni Choir will celebrate 10 years with "Our Greatest Hits," two evening performances on Wednesday, July 25 and Thursday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Under the direction of Catherine Connor-Moen, Director of Fine Arts for Norwood Public Schools, the choir is made up of graduates from Norwood High School's music program who gather together every summer to share in their love of music and reminisce about the days spent at the school on the hill. This year's program includes traditional spirituals, contemporary hymns and the group's beloved closer, "The Irish Blessing." Admission is free and open to the public.