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Town of Holliston: Animal Control
20 Ponderosa Rd, Ashland, MA 01721
Headed by Cheryl Rudolph, the Ashland/Holliston Animal Control Office gives shelter to stray, abused and impoundedMore animals while protecting the town from vicious, diseased or injured animals. The ACO also seeks to reduce the number of stray and unwanted animals in town by providing education on care and ownership. Click here (http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?shelter_id=MA144) to find a list of animals up for adoption at Ashland Animal Control (20 Ponderosa Road, Ashland, MA). To report a lost or found dog or cat, call the Holliston Fire Department at 508-429-4631.
Security Pest Elimination
12 Charles St, Holliston, MA 01746
Security Pest Elimination has been servicing eastern Massachusetts for 15 years. It provides high-quality pest controlMore services that include: mice control, termite control, termite inspections, carpenter ant treatments, bat control and bat removal, bat droppings-removal, attic clean-ups, bed bug treatment, squirrel removal, animal control, rodent control, wasp nest removal, hornets, mouse control, spiders and many other less common problems. The business uses unmarked vehicles to ensure the the privacy of its customers.
Christian Family Montessori School
1162 Highland St, Holliston, MA 01746

The Christian Family Montessori School is a Christian-based Montessori program offering half-day and full-day primaryMore (children age 3-5) and Kindergarten programs. Now located in the hall of Saint Michael's Church (though not affiliated with the church), it seeks to build independence, discipline and self-esteem for children from the following towns: Holliston Hopkinton, Ashland, Milford, Medway and Sherborn. In addition to a secure, fully-equipped playground, it also features a climate-controlled classroom, which is divided into the following activity areas: everyday living, sensorial, math, living, science and geography.

The Kindergarten includes the following programs: handwriting, mathematics language (word building, story making and writing), geography (map-making, customs and culture), science (classification of animals, the solar system, plants and their care) and art and music.