• The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will speak at the Oxford Public Library

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will speak on Tuesday, May 15th at 6:00 p.m. at the Oxford Public Library. May is Lyme Awareness Month in our state. Co-founder Michele Miller will do a presentation on Lyme disease. For more information about this presentation, you can contact the library at 508-987-6003 or Michele Miller toll […]

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  • The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be speaking at the Worcester Senior Center

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be speaking at the Worcester Senior Center on Wednesday, May 2nd at 1:00 p.m. May is Lyme Awareness Month in the state of Massachusetts. Co-founder, Michele Miller will be educating seniors about Lyme disease. For more information, contact the center at 508-799-1232 or Michele Miller toll free at […]

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  • The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be speaking at Oriol Healthcare

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be doing a presentation on Lyme disease at the Oriol Healthcare in Holden on Thursday, March 29th from 6-7:30 p.m. Oriol Health Care is located in Holden at 54 Boyden Road. For more information about this event, you can contact them at 508-829-5555 or co-founder, Michele Miller at […]

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  • The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be speaking at the Lunenburg Public Library

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be speaking on Wednesday, March 28th at 7:00 p.m. about Lyme disease. Co-founder, Michele Miller will share her Mom’s story and how our foundation was created. For more information, you can contact Martha Moore at the Ritter Memorial Library in Lunenburg at 978-582-4140 or Michele Miller toll free […]

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  • The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be speaking to the Rutland Council of Aging

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be doing a presentation at the Rutland Council of Aging on Monday, March 19th at 10:00 a.m. Co-founder, Michele Miller will be educating seniors about Lyme disease. For more information, you can contact Nancy Nichols about this event at 508-886-7945 or Michele Miller toll free at 1-888-511-LYME.

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  • The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. will be attending the Sizer School Health Fair

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. is honored again to be asked to attend the Health Fair at Sizer School in Fitchburg on Wednesday, March 7th. The health fair will run from 8:45 a.m. to noon that day in their gymnasium. The foundation hopes to educate more high school students about Lyme disease. Volunteer, Darlene […]

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  • Clark University Health Fair

    The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, Inc. has been invited to attend the health fair at Clark University on Thursday, February 15th and set up a booth to help educate college students about Lyme disease. For more information about this event, you can contact¬†Clark University at 508-793-7711 or our foundation toll free at 1-888-511-LYME. Clark University […]

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  • January 13, 2018 meeting from 1 to 3 p.m. at 90 Holden Street, Worcester

    Back by popular demand, we will have guest speaker, Paula Denoncourt to speak at our first meeting in 2018! Paula Denoncourt is a holistic health coach who will talk on how we can eat right when battling a chronic illness. This presentation isn’t just for Lyme disease sufferers but all who are looking to take […]

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  • Our meetings in 2018

    Mark your calendars now for our monthly meetings in 2018! Our meetings are at 90 Holden Street, Worcester from 1 to 3 p.m. the 2nd Saturday of every month except December. Meetings and guest speakers are subject to change without notice. January 13th February 10th March 10th April 14th May 12th June 9th July 14th […]

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  • September Monthly Meeting-Conference Volunteer Meeting

    This month, instead of the regular meeting, we will be meeting with the volunteers in preparation of our conference on September 23rd at Worcester Technical High School in Worcester.

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