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Seat open in MetroWest Health foundation panel

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The Natick Board of Selectmen is looking for someone to sit on the Leonard Morse Grants Panel of the MetroWest Health Foundation. The vacant seat belonged to John Gastaldo, who recently resigned from the board. The seat’s term lasts through May 2016. The five-member panel oversees the use of the foundation’s funds, making sure that the money is used both in line with the organization’s mission, and to help with unmet health needs of the Natick community. Natick selectmen can nominate at least two individuals to the foundation, which then appoints a finalist. Selectmen are slated to interview candidates at their March 18 meeting. Anyone interested in receiving the board’s nomination can submit a letter of interest and background information by Saturday to the Board of Selectmen, 13 East Central St., Natick, Mass. 01760. Applicants can also fax applications to 508-647-6401, or e-mail selectmen@natickma.org .

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