Five Things to Start Your Day: Dec. 10
A few facts, figures and tidbits to start your workweek.
Monday: Steady rain early in the morning tapers to scattered showers by the morning commute. Temps jump up midday for most. Highs range from 47 in southern NH, to 60 in Boston to 63 south of the city.
Tuesday: Much cooler with clouds and sun. Highs in the mid 40s.
Wednesday: Sunshine and high clouds. Chilly. Upper 30s.
2. HOLIDAY MARKET: Sudbury Art Association (SAA) will make finding that special gift easy this year! Come to the holiday markdet at Sudbury Crossing, 421 Boston Post Road, at 11 a.m. Twenty-five artists and craftspeople will offer a variety of original, one of a kind items, all created by Sudbury Artisans.
4. LET PATCH HELP PAY YOUR ELECTRIC BILL: There's a week left in our "Deck the House" contest. The winner wins $100,000 that will be donated to the local school district, and $500 will go toward your electric bill.
5. WHAT TO CELEBRATE TODAY: Today is Human Rights Day. Human Rights Day, created by the United Nations, promotes awareness of the importance of Human Rights issues around the world. On this date in 1948, the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each year, the United Nations, establishes a new theme for the year. In 2006, the theme is fighting poverty.