“Forging our future, Preserving our past”
Middleborough On the Move is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 organization.
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The new ornament of the Church of Our Savior.
Consecrated on June 1, 1898, Church of our Saviour brought an Episcopal presence to Middleboro MA. That has continued now for 114 years. A historically significant structure designed by renowned architect Ralph Adams Cram this church brought an influence of Gothic revival to the town. Mr. Cram and his firm are most well-known for St. John the Divine in New York and the US Military Academy at West Point. COS has service as a beacon of hope and faith during times of peace and war. It has a strong tradition of responding to the needs of its congregation and the town of Middleboro, a tradition which we hope to continue many years to come.
Contact Judy to place your order @ 508-946-0499 or they can be purchased at Maria’s and Eastern Banks for $20.00.
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We are a dedicated collective who are moved, touched and inspired to create a positive image for our downtown and surrounding area by promoting Middleborough as an exciting place to live, shop and invest for the future.
Middleborough On the Move (M.O.M.) has been designated by the Board of Selectmen as the Town of Middleborough‘s partner on issues relating to revitalization efforts in the Downtown area. We are an organization that has on-going financial and organizational capacity, we are self-sufficient, include a broad representation of the community and do not limit our membership to business and property owners of the Downtown area.
Our Mission is to stimulate economic development in the greater Middleborough area through:
- Economic Restructuring
The members of Middleborough On the Move are dedicated to:
- Encouraging cooperation and building leadership in the business community.
- Creating a positive image for downtown by promoting our downtown as an exciting place to live, shop and invest.
- Economic restructuring making additional funds available to merchants in the downtown area for improvements of their business.
- To receive, administer and distribute funds in connection with any activities related to the above purposes.