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May 24, - May 30, 2009

Almost Wrapped Up

May 30, 2009 - Pilgrim Church is nearly back to normal after nearly two weeks of filming Adam Sandler's newest movie.  The production company and stars have moved on to Essex, MA where the bulk of the movie will be filmed. A few sparse reminders still remain.

Boston Dragonboat Races

 

Sunday, June 7, 2009
Festival Schedule


ON CHARLES RIVER
9:00AM – 5:00PM
Hong Kong Dragon Boat Races Finals

ALONG MEMORIAL DRIVE
12:00PM – 5:00PM
Asian Foods
12:00PM - 12:15PM Eye-dotting ceremony at the dock by Weeks Footbridge

CAMBRIDGE SIDE (12:00PM-5:00PM)

12:00 Chinese drumming by Cambridge Center for Chinese Culture

12:15 Lion dance and Chinese martial arts demonstration by Wahlum Kungfu Academy

1:00 Chinese Yo-yo demonstration Greater Boston Chinese Culture Association 1:30 Korean Taekwon-do demonstration by J.H. Kim Taekwon-do Institute in Boston

2:00 Traditional Chinese dance by Cambridge Center for Chinese Culture

2:30 Lion dance and Chinese martial arts demonstration by Wahlum Kungfu Academy

3:00 Traditional Chinese music by Youth Eastern String Troupe

3:30 Traditional Chinese dance by Newton Chinese School

4:00 Japanese Taiko Drumming by Odaiko New England

5:00 Award Ceremony for winning teams

 

MA Pike Advisory

Toll Rate May be Lower at I/C 15 near 128
Toll Tickets

Cash customers may notice the toll rate to/from Interchange 15 near 128 on I-90 (MassPike) may be lower than the rate printed on their toll tickets. The amount printed on the tickets could be higher than the amount of the toll. The correct amount will be calculated upon exiting the toll.

The magnetic strips embedded in the tickets were programmed to charge the correct toll amount. The correct rate will show up on the fare display at the toll booth. Toll takers will also provide a receipt.

The Turnpike is recycling pre-printed tickets with proposed rates. If motorists believe that they were overcharged, please send an e-mail at www.masspike.com or call MTA Commuter Services at 781-431-5087.

Paving between Exits 11 and 12: Hopkinton and Westborough
Nighttime Lane Closures

A paving project will be underway on I-90 (MassPike) East and West between Exits 11 and 12 in Hopkinton and Westborough.

Nighttime lane closures will be required Monday, June 1, 2009 through Thursday, June 4, 2009 eastbound and westbound from 7 PM to 6 AM the following morning.

Introducing our newest Advertiser to the Southborough News

May 30, 2009 - Just a stone throws distance from the Southborough town line is the areas newest veterinary clinic, Healthy Paws Veterinary Center. Conveniently located at 6 Old Flanders Road, Westborough, MA (about 500’ over the line from Southville Road, Southborough.

Liz Russell, DVM and Sharon Thompson, CVT bring their expertise and experience together to form Healthy Paws along with support staff Jennifer Anderson, Stephanie Sambor and Leslee Whitney. Ms Russell is a graduate of Tufts Veterinary School and has worked with horses, small animals and pets and has practiced in emergency and critical care clinics. Her ultimate goal - to open her own practice. Thus is the creation of Healthy Paws Veterinary Center a fully serviced small animal practice.

Your pet can receive wellness programs, surgery, internal medicine, dentistry (digital dental x-rays), Radiology - digital x-ray, laboratory - in house and reference laboratory; pharmacy - medications, supplements * food; Nutrition/weight management,; emergency services; pain management and analgesia and Chronic disease management.

Healthy Paws Veterinary Center is a fully equipped and beautiful facility. Have to go on vacation but your cat needs daily medication? Also included in the practice is the Black Cat Inn. Equipped with state of the art “cat condos”, grooming and play time for each guest, large playground for kitties; separate HVAC system and best of all care and monitoring provided by trained veterinary staff.

Click here for more information on Healthy Paws Veterinary Center.

Healthy Paws Veterinary Center
Hours of Operation: 
M, W, Th 8a-6:00p
Tuesday 8a-8:00p
Friday 8a-5:00p
Saturday 8a-12:00p

 

Phone 508-475-5051
Fax     877-475-5051
Email info@healthypawsvetcenter.com
 

6 Old Flanders Rd
Westborough, MA 01581

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Preening Black Duck, 1985. Bob Brophy, Essex, Massachusetts. Courtesy of the National Heritage Museum and Massachusetts Cultural Council. Photography by Jason Dowdle
Preening Black Duck, 1985. Bob Brophy, Essex, Massachusetts. Courtesy of the National Heritage Museum and Massachusetts Cultural Council. Photography by Jason Dowdle
Last Chance to See "Keepers of Tradition"
On View Through June 7


Don't miss "Keepers of Tradition: Art and Folk Heritage in Massachusetts," our very popular special exhibition! This colorful and beautiful show features more than 100 works by 70 Massachusetts artists who preserve and revitalize deeply rooted traditions. Reflecting the populace of Massachusetts, their art takes many expressive forms—from Native American basketry to Yankee wooden boats, Armenian lace, Chinese seals, Puerto Rican santos, and Irish music and dance. Passed down from person to person within both long-settled and new immigrant communities, traditional art involves the shaping of deeply held cultural values into meaningful artistic forms. Don't miss the work of these master craftsman!

Funding for "Keepers of Tradition: Art and Folk Heritage in Massachusetts" is provided by Bank of America, an anonymous local foundation, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the National Heritage Museum, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
 
National Heritage Museum
33 Marrett Road
Lexington, MA 02421
781-861-6559
www.nationalheritagemuseum.org
Free admission and parking
Closed Mondays, except for Monday holidays
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am-4:30 pm
Sunday, noon-4:30 pm
Heritage Shop and Courtyard Café on site

The Museum was founded by and is supported by the Scottish Rite Masons.

Visit our web site for details on how to become a member!

Sports & Recreation

5/31/09 ARHS

No Events Scheduled

5/31/09  AVRTHS

Girls Varsity Softball VS Hopedale High School Softball Field 2:00PM
River Fest 2009

May 30, 2009 - Come join in celebrating the SUASCO Wild and Scenic River celebrations along the Sudbury, Concord and Assabet Rivers. Click here for more information.

In Southborough the following will take place along the Sudbury River

RiverFest is coming!

It is the day to celebrate 10 years of the Sudbury River being part of America's Wild and Scenic River System.  This designation helps to protect the river for the future. There are many events all along the river on the weekend of June 13 and 14.

In Southborough, this very family-oriented event will again be held on Wood Street.  From 12:00 to 3:00 my backyard will be the site of canoe rides, a  nature scavenger hunt,  fairy house building, fishing,  and lounging by the river.  This year's new nature activity will be "fence weaving" and  "stick-building." Nature author illustrator Gordon Morrison will be here too.

At 1:00 there will be a nature walk led by Whitney Beals in the Barber Pasture behind the Flint-Gohlke property at the corner of Bridge St and Wood. bring bug spray!

Everyone is invited! We want to inspire love for the river!

Deborah Costine
Puppets and Nature Art
email: deborahcostine@verizon.net
www.gerwickpuppets.com
508-481-6837
6 Wood Street,   Southborough, MA 01772
"In Wildness is the Preservation of the World" -
Henry David Thoreau

 

Taps

May 28, 2009 - The Algonquin Regional Band performed taps, the Star Spangled Banner and military tunes at the Memorial Day parade.

 

Relay For Life of Northborough & Southborough

May 29, 2009 at 79 Bartlett St

Come out and Support your local teams. There are many teams from Southborough.  A few that have had readers contact the Southborough News are:

 

Bea and Betty Team

Mary Davis and Relaying with the Stars

Caroline Davis and Hot Pink

Chris Dano and the Southborough Fire Dept.

Anders Hokinson  What A Wicked Gang Are We

Alyssa Young and the Incredibles

Michelle Chuang and Uncommon Kids

                                                                            Tucker Williams and Relay 09

                                                                              Kelly Scholl and Mighty Fine Girls of 09

                                                                                 Claire Gruber and GO LOS GUAPOS! :)

                                                                                       Riley Duggan and Colors for a cure

Join us as we CELEBRATE cancer survivors, REMEMBER loved ones lost & FIGHT BACK against cancer!! Register today or stop by Algonquin on May 29th to learn more about Relay!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

4:00p.m.- Registration & Set-Up Begins
6:00 p.m. Survivor Reception
7:00 p.m. Opening Ceremonies
Survivor/Caregiver Lap
8:00 p.m. Carnival
8:30 p.m. Judging of Best Campsite
9:00 p.m. Luminaria Ceremony
Remembrance Lap
9:30 p.m. Relay Idol Contest
10:00 p.m. Performance by High School Bands
10:30 p.m. Pie Eating Contest
11:00 p.m. Fight Back Ceremony
11:30 p.m. Relay Scavenger Hunt
12:00 p.m. Midnight Maddness
1-5 a.m. Movie Tent & Pizza/Popcorn Open
6:00 a.m. Closing Ceremonies & Awards

THEME LAPS!!
Crazy Hat Lap
Hawaiian Lap
Boston Sports Lap
Red, White & Blue Lap
Backwards Lap
Animal Lap

RELAY AWARDS!!
Best Campsite/Team Theme
Relay Spirit Award
Top Individual Fundraiser
Top Team Fundraiser

The American Cancer Society Relay for Life Algonquin Regional High School

Taking Time out to Remember

 Northborough / Southborough Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC).  NSPAC is a parent run group supported by our school districts and Special Education Staff.  Our goal is to offer resources, support and advocacy for parents with children at all stages of the special education process.
 Meetings are open to all residents of Northborough and Southborough and to educators and administrators in the two school districts. Check out their website and complete a survey.

Click for website

Click here for Fitness Bootcamp infoKraft Services “caterers to the Stars” is now buying NRG BARS, an All Natural Energy Bar, and a Southborough business.  Dan O'Rourke walked up to the trailers behind the church with a case of NRG BARS and asked to speak to whoever was in charge.  They were all very friendly and brought him right over to Charlie.  Charlie owns Kraft Services of New England.  Dan gave him the first case as a thank you for coming to Southborough and let him know that NRG BAR is a local business.  He said great, I’ll put them out and if people like them I’ll buy them from you.  A few days later Dan went back and Charlie started buying and will continue to buy.  The bars are placed on a cart of snacks which follows the “important” people around, as Dan was told.  Very Exciting.  
 

Sports & Recreation

5/28/09 ARHS

Boys Varsity Tennis VS QUARTER FINALS VS GARDNER Algonquin 3:00PM

5/28/09  AVRTHS

Girls Varsity Softball VS Blackstonevalleyregtechhs Softball Field 2:30PM

MASSWILDLIFE ADVISORY- 5/28/09

WHO: Dept. of Fish & Game, Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Staff and Turtle Partners

WHAT: Headstarted Endangered Turtle Release

WHEN: Friday, May 29—Turtles brought to MassWildlife Headquarters in Westboro for weighing and marking

Monday, June 5—Turtle Release in Middleborough 10:30 AM. Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Mary Griffin and MassWildlife staff will be present to answer questions. Public is invited to assist in releasing the turtles.

BACKGROUND: Hatchling Northern Red-bellied Cooters (turtles) were removed from the wild last fall and placed with partnering educational and scientific facilities from across the state to accelerate growth and reduce mortality during a turtle’s first year of life. Raised in warm aquarium environments with unlimited food, these turtles grow quickly and are no longer as vulnerable to predation when released the following year. The process is called “Headstarting”. Cooperating partners will be bringing headstarted turtles to MassWildlife’s Field Headquarters in Westborough for final weighing, measuring and shell marking. Release will take place at Great Quittacas and Pocksha Ponds in Middleborough on Monday, June 1 at 10:30 AM.

Originally, known as the Plymouth Red-belly turtle, Northern Red-bellied Cooters are classified as endangered species at both the state and federal level. These turtles are Massachusett’s second largest freshwater turtle, behind the snapper, measuring up to 12 inches in shell length and reaching weights of up to 10 pounds. They are only found in the Plymouth County region of southeastern Massachusetts, completely isolated from other populations found in the mid-Atlantic states. They are named for their coral-red plastron (underbelly of shell).

Only a few hundred adult red-bellied cooters were believed to exist in the Commonwealth in 1984. Low survival rates of eggs and hatchlings are a factor limiting the species’ population. Turtle nests are plundered by scavenging raccoons and skunks, while quarter-sized hatchlings emerging in late summer face a gauntlet of predators such as fish, frogs and wading birds, not to mention ever-encroaching residential development complete with kids, pets and cars, all of which spell death for the tiny reptiles.

Habitat management efforts have been initiated with area landowners on lakes and ponds where turtle nests have been located and protected. Over 2,000 turtles have been released through the Headstart program since it’s inception since the mid-1980’s. At least three headstarted turtles are known to have nested in this time period.

For more information about northern redbellied cooters, see the following fact sheet: http://www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/nhesp/species_info/nhfacts/pseudemys_rubriventris.pdf

DIRECTIONS TO RELEASE SITE IN MIDDLEBOROUGH

Long Point Road, Middleborough: From Rte 495 take Exit 4 for Rte 105 south. Follow 105 through Lakeville center and past Assawompsett Pond on left and stay straight when Rte 18 turns to the right. Take left on Long Point Road and follow across causeway between Pocksha and Great Quittacas ponds to meeting/release site.

Southborough Recreation Reminders

TICKET BOOTH

Six Flags Tickets

$27.00/ticket (over 53")

Water Country Tickets

$29.00/ticket (over 48")

Regal Movie Tickets

$7.00/ticket

(price is only good for movies that are out for more than 2 weeks)

SPECIAL EVENTS

Tennis Tournament-June 13 & 14

Drop In Tennis Clinic

Ages 17 & up

Saturdays from 9-10am

Richardson Courts

Registration is not required. Pay $10 as you attend each clinic.

TROTTIER BAND TO PLAY AT PAW SOX

Bus leaves Trottier at 5pm for 7pm Game

Tuesday, June 9th $16/pp

PROVINCETOWN DAY TRIP

Saturday, June 27th

$60/pp

SUMMER NIGHTS

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 2009

Medal of Honor Grandson

May 26, 2009 - Reginald Osgood Hadley born and named after his grandfather Osgood T. Hadley. From info obtained through the Southborough Rural Cemetery website: Osgood T. Hadley  Sgt. Co. E  6 N. H. Inf.; Medal of Honor recipient flag, GAR and American Legion flag holders; additional marker: Osgood T Hadley   Medal of Honor  Sgt  Co E  6 NH Inf  Civil War  1838 + 1914 (Sgt. Hadley is the only recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor who is buried in Southborough Rural Cemetery; he received the medal for "most distinguished gallantry in action" while serving as color bearer of his regiment on September 30, 1864, near Pegram House in Virginia; the Route 85 bridge over Route 9 in Southborough is also dedicated in his honor)

Kerry Elizabeth Kendall, daughter of John and Leslie Kendall of Cottage Street, Southborough, was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army on May 16th.  Kendall has been a member of the ROTC Baystate Battalion at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for 3 years.  She reports for active duty on July 7th at Fort Sill, Oklahoma where she will train with newly commissioned Lieutenants.  She then reports to Fort Bliss, Texas on August 30th for training in Air Defense Artillery.  Her final assignment will be effective January 22, 2010 where she will be assigned to the 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade which is attached to the 18th Airborne Corps stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Kerry also received her Bachelor of Arts Degree, with a major in History, and a minor in Military Sciences, from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, on Friday May 22nd.

 

Congratulations to the following winners for a $10 gift card, They will be contacted by the Southborough News this week to see if they prefer Dunkin Donuts, Coldstone Creamery or Starbucks.

Southborough Birthday Bash Winners

Day #1  - Fran Mirti

               Day #2 - Theresa Brazeau

      Day #3  - Ron Mattioli

       Day #4  - Mary Baldelli

          Day #5    Annette Flaherty & Tracy Baldelli (found the same photo just seconds apart!)

                                                                   Day #6  Charlie Baldelli                                                      

Day # 7 Mike Baldelli

Day # 8 Mary Baldelli

Grand Winner of the $25 gift Certificate is

Fran Mirti

Thanks to all who played the hidden image contest.  More contests could be coming this way during the Southborough News second year celebration.

Salutes

May 26, 2009 - Southborough Police officers Slatkavitz and Mattioli salute at Veteran's Day.  Below Irene Burkis Tiberts begins her salute.

Herbert Chin

CHIN, Herbert 59, of Southborough, died Friday, May 22, 2009. Born in Providence, R.I. he was the son of the late Fong and Lee Nuey Yu Chin. He was the husband of 29 years to Jean T. Chin of Southborough. He worked for 29 years at FDIC and was a devoted Pats fan and Celtics fan. Besides his wife he is survived by a son, Andrew Chin of Southborough, a daughter Stephanie Whitesel and her husband Chad of Manchester, NH, 2 sisters, May King Lau of Cambridge and Helen Chin of Melrose. He also leaves behind many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his brother, Henry Chin who passed away on April 7, 2009. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, May 26 from 5-8p.m. at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton, 57 Hayden Rowe St. www.ChesmoreFuneralHome.com A funeral service will take place on Wednesday, May 27 at 11:00 a.m. at the Congregational Church of Hopkinton. Burial will take place at Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plain. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society , 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701.

SPACE STATION FLARES:  Lately, a growing number of observers are reporting intense "flares" coming from the International Space Station (ISS).  During some nighttime flybys, the luminosity of the space station surges 10-fold or more. Some people have witnessed flares of magnitude -8 or twenty-five times brighter than Venus.  A movie featured on today's edition of http://spaceweather.com shows what is happening: sunlight glints from the station's recently expanded solar arrays in a shadow-casting flash. Currently, the flares are unpredictable.  You watch a flyby not knowing if one will happen or how bright it might be.  That's what makes the hunt for "ISS flares" so much fun.

Sky watchers in North America should be alert for flares this week.  The ISS is making a series of evening passes over many US and Canadian towns and cities.  Flyby times are available from the Simple Satellite Tracker: http://spaceweather.com/flybys

Would you like a phone call when the ISS is about to fly over your hometown?  Sign up for Space Weather PHONE: http://spaceweatherphone.com
 

Looking to Brighten Up Your Day?

May 26, 2009 - Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop is ready to meet your needs.  They have plenty of brightly colored Geraniums, hanging baskets, potted flowers and gardening needs.  Planting a garden this year? Buy your vegetable plants including tomatoes at the Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop today.  Conveniently located directly across the street from the Southborough Post Office at 40 Mt. Vickery Road.  Call or check out their websites.  To order flowers click here.

Movie Time for Another Week

May 26, 2009 - Movie dates for filming were extended for this week at Pilgrim Church.

Upcoming Events

May 28, 2009

Lady's-Slippers at Middlesex Fells

From 5-8 p.m., Garden in the Woods will sponsor a program on Lady's-Slippers at Middlesex Fells in Winchester. Middlesex Fells is a 2,060-acre natural treasure just north of Boston. A diverse landscape of rocky hills (fells), oak and hickory forests, ponds, wetlands, vernal pools, panoramic vistas and intriguing geological features distinguish this woodland. Pink lady’s-slippers (Cyripedium acaule) should be in abundant bloom. Roland "Boot" Boutwell will lead the class and help look for teaberry, Indian soap, the “toilet paper tree,” and a “remedy for craziness.” Fee: $24 members, $27 nonmembers. Pre-registration is required. For info or to register, call (508) 877-7630 ext. 3303.

May 29

Chabad of Westboro Ice Cream Party

Starting at 4:30 p.m., Chabad of Westboro, 54 South St., will be hosting its annual Ice Cream Party in celebration of the holiday of Shavuot, the day the Jewish people became a nation when they received the Torah at Mount Sinai. Chabad is also hosting holiday services on this date and May 30. People of all backgrounds and affiliations are welcome. For more info on these and other programs, call (508) 366-0499 or e-mail dvora@chabadwestboro.org.

May 30

New Driver Car Care Clinic

Southboro Autotech, 145 Boston Rd., Southborough, will be offering a free New Driver Car Care Clinic from 10 a.m.-noon. For info, call (508) 485-9082, e-mail Kris@southbororautotech.com or visit www.southboroautotech.com.

Tower Hill Annual Plant Sale

The 24th annual Plant Sale at Tower Hill Botanic Garden, 11 French Dr., Boylston, will be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The event includes a great selection of perennials, herbs and everlastings, shrubs and trees, native plants, houseplants, annual, vegetables and more. Admission is free with a $1 parking fee. Visit www.towerhillbg.org or call (508) 869-6111 for info.

SPRINGFEST and YARD SALE
June 14, 2009 (rain date June 21, 2009)
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Congregation B'nai Shalom
117 East Main Street
Westboro, MA 01581
Phone: 508-366-7191

Contact: Nancy Leveillee (
nleveillee@charter.net )
Description: Fun Activities for all ages including a Giant Yard Sale with
furniture, clothing, books, toys, and much more! We will have food, plants and
children's activities including a moon bounce, face painting, arts & crafts and more!
Fun for the whole family! Public Invited!

 

Sports & Recreation

5/27/09 ARHS

No events scheduled

5/27/09  AVRTHS

Girls Varsity Softball VS Blackstonevalleyregtechhs Softball Field 2:30PM

 

Bring A Friend Week May 26 - 29
Are you interested in joining a first class all star cheer and dance team? Join us during Bring a Friend Week and enjoy a FREE class. You must complete the medical release form in the FORMS section of the website and bring it with you to practice. For more information on practice times, call the gym at 508-754-0632.
We look forward to seeing you!

********************************

2009 Try-Out Information
May 30th and 31st

All ages and skills welcome!
Everyone makes an appropriate team!
Cost: $25
Ages 5 yrs - 18 yrs
Girls AND Boys welcome
Please wear sneakers, shorts, sweatpants and a tee shirt.
No jewelry. No jeans. Please keep hair off your face.

In Honor of those who Served

Bark Mulch Fire

May 25, 2009 - Southborough Firefighters responded to a report of a brush fire against a house on Carriage Hill Circle.  On arrival they found the bark mulch was on fire and it was doused with foam and water with no damage to the house.

Spectators

May 25, 2009 - Spectators young and old came out to watch the Memorial Day activities today in Southborough. Although the crowd seemed less than in previous years, the weather was perfect.  Above a young boy covers his ears during the gun salutes.

 

Southborough meetings

May 25 - May 29, 2009

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

ASSABET VALLEY REGIONAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL COMM.
 
May 26 7:00 PM school committee conference room Assabet
Personnel Board May 26 6:45 PM Hearing Room Town House
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Agenda
May 27 7:30 PM Hearing Room Town House
Library Schedule May 10 - 16, 2009

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
             
  Closed Memorial Day 10:30 story time 2-5 years 10:30 story time (2-5 ) 11:00 toddler time    
      6:30 4th - 6th grade book group      
             
The Final Hidden Image is now hidden away. But, it is an all new image than what has been hidden this past week.  The first to find the image on one of the pages wins a $25 gift certificate to Stop and Shop and one in their name to the Southborough Food Pantry.

Congratulations to the following winners for a $10 gift card

Southborough Birthday Bash Winners

Day #1  - Fran Mirti

               Day #2 - Theresa Brazeau

      Day #3  - Ron Mattioli

       Day #4  - Mary Baldelli

          Day #5    Annette Flaherty & Tracy Baldelli (found the same photo just seconds apart!)

                                                                   Day #6  Charlie Baldelli                                                      

Day # 7 Mike Baldelli

Day # 8 Mary Baldelli

Winners will be contacted at the end of the week for their choice of a $10 gift card to Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts or Coldstone.

Sports & Recreation

5/26/09 ARH

Girls Varsity Lacrosse VS Nashoba Regional H.S. Algonquin 4:00PM
 Boys Freshman Baseball @ Hudson High School   4:00PM
 Girls JV Lacrosse VS Nashoba Regional H.S. Algonquin 5:30PM

5/26/09  AVRTHS

Boys Varsity Track @ STATE VOC   2:00PM

The Marlboro Sr. Softball teams Iron Workers Local Union #7 and The Friends of the Marlborough Seniors went 5 for 6 this week with the Iron Workers taking two from the Worcester Falcon “A” team and split a doubleheader with Tewksbury Friends taking two from the Shrewsbury Seniors. The Friends of Marlborough Seniors Team traveled to Worcester and took both ends of a doubleheader.

The Friends won the first game 9 – 4 and took the 2nd 6 - 3 behind the hitting of Paul Starek and Jim Raymond both going 5 for 6 and Jeff Allen chipping in with a home run.

The Iron Workers Local #7 traveled to the Worcester and won both ends of a doubleheader going 8 innings in the first game winning 13 – 11. Marlboro’s offense was led by Dennis Naylor and Jim Raymond Both going 6 for 8. Marlboro showed their power by hitting 6 triples, 3 by Bob Clifford, 2 by Naylor and 1 by Raymond.

The Iron Workers then entertained their rivals from Tewksbury and split a doubleheader losing the first game 12 to 7 but came back to win the 2nd 14 – 10. Marlboro’s offense was led by Jim Raymond who is on a hot streak going 7 for 7 and John Gauvin 4 for 6 who also had a home run.

We are still looking for 2 or 3 new players. Anyone interested should contact Fred Scerra at 774-249-0143 or marlsrsoftball@verizon.net

In Remembrance

May 24, 2009 - Remember Veterans this Monday.

On behalf of the Veterans of Southborough, I'd like to invite you to join our Memorial Day Observances on MONDAY - May 25th.

Veterans will depart the Legion/VFW Headquarters at the Community House at ~0845 enroute to the Marlborough Saving Bank.

The parade through downtown Southborough to the Rural Cemetery will commence at 0900.

We will then proceed to the Burnett Cemetery - Revolutionary War Cemetery, Civil War Memorial before concluding our observances at the All Wars Memorial.

Please join us.

Steve Whynot - Commander - VFW Post 3276

John Wilson - Commander - American Legion Post 161

 

Making Sure

May 24, 2009 - Veteran Peter Phaneuf makes sure that all Vet gravesites have a new American Flag this past Friday Night.

Marlborough Hospital to Hold 11th Annual Safe Summer Fun Day on June 13

 

 

Marlborough, MA, (May 21, 2009) – Marlborough Hospital’s 11th annual Safe Summer Fun Day is Saturday, June 13, from 10 am to 2 pm on the front lawn of Marlborough Hospital at 157 Union Street, Marlborough. The free child-oriented health and safety fair will be held rain or shine.

The hospital will once again sponsor bike helmet fitting where trained Marlborough Hospital staff will properly fit and give away children’s bicycle helmets, while supplies last. For adults who wish to be fitted, a $10 donation is requested.

The event will feature many hands-on hospital exhibits such as healthy eating, “doctor dress up,” sun exposure screenings, heart health and stopping germs from spreading, to name a few. Marlborough Public Schools will have an interactive health and wellness exhibit featuring school programs that encourage healthy children’s activities, such as Safe Routes to School, a walking-to-school program, and the after-school program, Mission Nutrition. The Marlborough Fire Department will also be there teaching fire safety and the Marlborough Recycling Committee will educate residents on recycling. The day will also feature fun, family-oriented activities such as face painting, balloon animals, an obstacle course, a trackless train, a deejay, games and contests. Tours of fire trucks and ambulances are also planned. A barbecue provided by the Rotary Club of Marlborough will be available for a nominal cost.

New to this year’s event is the UMass Memorial Medical Center Trauma Service’s “Mobile Safety Streets,” and UMass Memorial Health Care’s Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. Mobile Safety Streets is a traveling exhibit designed to teach children how to recognize and prevent common safety hazards that can lead to injuries. Among the skills taught are pedestrian and bicycle safety, street smarts (for example, recognizing stranger danger and street hazards), kitchen safety, fire, burn and poisoning prevention, dealing with a gun found in the home, emergency and disaster preparedness, to name a few. Another new participant will be Child Protection Resources who will be providing a free child safety digital fingerprinting and photo identification.

11th Annual Safe Summer Fun Day

The UMass Memorial Health Care Life Flight air ambulance is scheduled to arrive between 11 am and noon. The very popular rock climbing wall, sponsored by the Cottage Children’s Center, will also be on hand so children can test their climbing ability in a safe environment.

Marlborough Hospital wishes to express appreciation to the following Safe Summer Fun Day sponsors: Marlborough Fraternal Order of Eagles; Marlborough Rotary Club; Sisters of Saint Anne and Southboro Medical Group.

For more information call 508-486-5806.

 

The Final Hidden Image is now hidden away. But, it is an all new image than what has been hidden this past week.  The first to find the image on one of the pages wins a $25 gift certificate to Stop and Shop and one in their name to the Southborough Food Pantry.

 

Southborough Birthday Bash Winners

Day #1  - Fran Mirti

               Day #2 - Theresa Brazeau

      Day #3  - Ron Mattioli

       Day #4  - Mary Baldelli

          Day #5    Annette Flaherty & Tracy Baldelli (found the same photo just seconds apart!)

                                                                   Day #6  Charlie Baldelli                                                      

Day # 7 Mike Baldelli

Day # 8 Mary Baldelli

Winners will be contacted at the end of the week for their choice of a $10 gift card to Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts or Coldstone.

Southborough MA isn't the only Southborough in the world that has movie concerns. Click here for an article pertaining to a Southborough England film maker looking to place a big screen venue up in the town.  For more about Southborough England, click here.

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5/25/09 ARHS

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