Middleboro and Braintree, MA (August 16, 2017) – Residents of Middlebury Arms Apartments, a Peabody Properties community, recently enjoyed a Family Fun Night, hosted by ACME Teamwork. The event took place on Tuesday, August 8.

ACME Teamwork focuses on anti-bullying and team building through fun-filled activities.

The event was provided by MassHousing’s Youth Resident Activities Program (RAP) grant, which offers funding for educational, employment, and recreational activities to young residents of MassHousing-financed properties.

This is the third year that MassHousing has provided the Youth RAP grant to Middlebury Arms.

“Our young residents had a great time shooting hoops, eating pizza, and playing life-sized board games like Jenga and Connect Four,” said Amanda Craig, resident services coordinator for Middlebury Arms Apartments. “We’re very grateful to ACME Teamwork for the wonderful job they do fostering this important spirit, and to MassHousing for offering this grant to make programs like these possible.”

Photo above: (left) Leic Cantave plays Connect Four while ACME co-founders Dennis Dow and Ernie Thebado build up team spirit. (right) Shawn Miller, left, tries to stop the Jenga board from falling. Dennis Dow, center, provided great energy for the Middlebury residents. Brandilee Horsman, right, offers high fives for a game well played.