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Bedford is located 15 miles northwest of Boston. The town was founded in 1729, and has retained both natural and architectural beauty. Visitors to Bedford find an attractive historic district and town common in the center, the famous Bedford Flag on display in the library, the 1790 Job Lane house and several national historic landmarks. Annual celebrations include "Pole Capping" in April, when the Bedford Minuteman Company re-enacts a Revolutionary era tradition and "Bedford Day" in September, celebrated with a parade, street fair and dancing. Bedford residents enjoy many services. Education is a top priority, with the schools well known for scoring competitively by all standards. The library serves everyone and has active children's programs. A senior center, open daily, offers health and leisure services. An in-town minibus service runs weekdays. There are recreation programs for all ages, including after-school day-care, and summer day camp. Outdoor facilities include a swimming pond, a lake for boating, a bikepath to Cambridge, and walking trails through conservation lands. All services are voted by the residents at Bedford's open town meeting. The town is home to a mix of business and industry, which with Middlesex Community College, a veteran's hospital and Hanscom Air Base, employ some 23,000 persons. FINANCE AND EC The unique quality within Bedford is its community spirit. With diverse ethnic, religious and special interest groups, Bedfordites make a conscious effort to be inclusive. Residents believe it is a fine place to work, visit or call home.
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