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WESTON | BRIEFS

Town to host forum on deer

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A Brandeis University professor and a US Forest Service botanist will participate in a forum on deer Thursday in the Great Room at the Weston Community Center. Brian Donahue, the professor and a member of the Weston Conservation Commission, will present a talk on deer hunting, while Thomas Rawinski of the forest service will discuss the ecological impact of white-tailed deer. The forum will be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. In the event of snow, the forum will be held Feb. 23. - Andrew Clark

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