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Facebook Fan Questions the Quality of School Lunches

Facebook posting included comments on school events and Bible scriptures.

Here at Shrewsbury Patch, we take social media pretty seriously.

The platform is one way we look to interact with you, answer your questions and get to see what's on your mind. Social Media Saturday is a weekly feature where we highlight your questions and thoughts you've shared on Facebook and other media throughout the past week.

We'll also point you to some new and interesting pages you may not have known about before.

Highlights of the Week

Currently, we've got 168 fans liking us on Facebook, which is a great thing. If you haven't already, Like our Facebook page.

Facebook Fan Patricia Babbitt Minton commented on the Shrewsbury Senior Center's lunch menu: "Wow, the senoirs eat better than the school kids. The School Department should look into better meals for the kids."

Social Media Page of the Week

The Trinity Episcopal Church in town has a Facebook page and posts information and scriptures: "Go after God, who piles on all the riches we could ever manage - to do good, to be rich in helping others, to be extravagantly generous. If you do that you'll build a treasury that will last, gaining life that is truly life." -- 1 Timothy 6: 17-19

Your Town on Facebook

For more Facebook pages Shrewsbury residents might find interesting, check out our list of "liked" pages on Shrewsbury Patch's Facebook. Here are some highlights:

  • The Hill Real Estate Team posts daily on Facebook about recent home sales, open houses and other real estate information.
  • Flynn's Truck Stop on Route 20 also has a Facebook page and posts information about their business.
  • And even school groups from have their own Facebook page. 7 White, a group of students and parents who have a child on that team post information about school and events on Facebook.

You also can follow us on Twitter.

Missy Doyle July 10, 2011 at 02:02 AM
Please check out "7 Gold Parents" - there is a page and a group.

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