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July 26, - August 1, 2009

What a Difference a Day Makes

August 1, 2009 - The Sudbury Reservoir  Parkerville Road during a stormy July 31 and below a Sunny Sudbury Reservoir White Bagley Road August 1.

Which Plan?

This past Tuesday night selectmen’s meeting had selectmen telling two committees to come together to look at each plan that would be submitted. The Municipal Facilities committee is charged with coming up with a plan to provide the police department with a new building while the Southborough historical commission would like to retain the original Peters Annex High School. Nancy Vargas has spent an enormous time and energy into preliminary plans for an annex off of the current police station to provide needed police department upgrades and save the historical building. Meanwhile the Municipal Facilities committee has spent moneys for study and preliminary architectural plans for replacement of the building with ultimate attachment to the Fire Department. They have been limited by the structure of the land that is owned by the town between the police and fire departments.

The Southborough Police Department is in serious need of updating to come into the 21st century. The current department has inadequate space for all of it’s’ functions at the current site. To top off the pros and cons of building or adding to a site at the current location that would limit future expansion is the potential for the “High Speed Video” site at 150 Cordaville road. That site could prove to be a welcome site for a public safety site that could include both fire and police at a reasonable cost for purchase and renovation and leave room for future expansion.  It would mean easy access to all sides of town from the nearby intersection of route 9 and 85.  It also could give the departments adequate space now and for future demands.  It would most likely be more cost effective in the long run for purchase, renovation and leaving options for the future vs being locked into a site currently at the police and fire site where expansion will be limited.

It was left by selectmen that the committees and town department heads come up with cooperative plans for the special town meeting in September. The plans should include what would be involved including looking into the 150 Cordaville Road and what the costs would be for purchase, renovation and taking the building off the current tax rolls. Selectmen Giordlandino suggested very strongly that all groups work cooperatively to come up with their plans.

Robert H. Cumming

 

 

Robert H. Cumming, 92 ,a long time resident of Southborough, passed away Thursday, July 30, 2009 at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester, surrounded by family.

He was beloved husband of the late Evelyn (Schold) Cumming for 48 years.

Born in Shrewsbury, he was the son of the late George Hosmer and Isabel (MacGillivray) Cumming.

Bob grew up in the Lakeview section of Worcester and was a 1936 graduate of Worcester North High School. He was a WW II Army veteran serving in the Army Corp of Engineers. Bob worked his entire career at New England Power Service Co. in Boston and Westborough, retiring in 1978.

In his younger years he was active in the bicycle racing scene and in his later years he enjoyed his genealogy hobby. As a devoted father and grandfather, Bob’s greatest joy was spending time with his family, especially with his two grandsons. He was a kind and selfless man who will be dearly missed and will be held forever in the hearts of his family and friends.

The Cumming family wishes to extend their heartfelt appreciation to Summit Elder Care of Worcester, which played a key role in his life for the past few years.

He leaves a daughter Virginia 'Ginny' Cumming of Southborough; 2 sons, Robert Cumming, Jr. of Whately; Edward 'Randy' Cumming and his wife Patricia of Northborough; a brother, John Cumming of Mt. Pleasant, MI; a sister, Dorothy Argento of Falmouth; 2 grandsons, Andrew and Christopher Cumming; and many nieces and nephews

In addition to his wife he is predeceased by his brother George Cumming and 3 sisters, Isabel Massei, Janet Esip, and Alice Fuller.

Visiting hours will be held on Monday, August 3, from 5 to 7PM at the Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main St. Southborough. (Morrisfuneralparlor.com)

A memorial funeral service will be held on Tuesday, August 4, at 11 AM at St. Mark’s Church, 27 Main St. Southborough. Burial will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent in his memory to Meals on Wheels, 9 Cordaville Rd, Southborough, MA 01772
 

Just Another Day in Paradise

August 1, 2009 Another Rainy day with storms bringing torrential rainfall and downbursts.

What's Up?

Some people have asked about the recent misses in updates of the Southborough News. First I would like to remind people that my full time job is working with the United States Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services in Worcester with the Asian Long Horned Beetle program. (Hopefully the beetle will never visit Southborough). The Southborough News is a one person operation. I really enjoy coming home and updating the website nightly. I have a wonderful family that supports me in my endeavor covering Southborough. My husband was born here and our children are fourth generation Southborough. I basically attend as many meetings, activities and events as I can make (especially since we do not currently have many meetings covered by cable.) I then go home and update the website bringing the news, events and happenings from around town.

As many of you know, my mom suffers from Alzheimer’s and has been in a nursing home now for over two years. I try to make it up to Billerica to see her as often as permits. My brother and sisters and I have worked for the last year to make my mom’s property presentable for sale and have just recently sold it to have mom’s nursing home bills covered by Medicare. We now have to do the same for a New Hampshire condo campsite that dad bought for all of his children and grandchildren ten years ago. Unfortunately, mom and dad did not have a trust fund set up for their properties. This is a HUGE learning lesson for us and our property and inheritance  for our children.

I still have family commitments and most recently have taken up a battle on the insurance front. On Monday July 20th my daughter was driving her car north on route 85 north with a friend when they were struck by a distracted driver making a left turn right in front of her. Our daughter attempted to stop her vehicle in enough time to avoid the collision but was unable to. Luckily she avoided a head on collision.  The collision as some of you may know took place at Richards Road and Route 85. Her and her friend were injured and taken to the Marlborough Hospital.  Our daughter lost some time out of work due to a shoulder injury from the seat belt and her friend had a nice welt on her head from striking the post near the front windshield.  Her mom and family and our family spent about five hours in the ER that night.  It did knock out the traffic light system for about twenty-four hours. In over thirty years, we have paid insurance whether car or house, this was the first time we had to put in a claim.

The Southborough News has not been updated a few nights because of this. I had spent countless hours and visits to the insurance company. The adjuster had talked with the auto body shop about a price for repairs, and then with one full swoop of the button the car was totaled. Our daughter had bought the car herself with hard earned money. Now we find out because the adjuster totaled it beyond the repair bill that we if we want it repaired have to buy back the vehicle and lose out on prorated sales tax. The adjuster also forgot on his report many discrepancies about what the vehicle had for packages. We also looked within one hundred miles of Southborough for a similar car. Nothing under $6,000. It has been an uphill battle to get what we think is a fair amount for her vehicle to be repaired or replaced and it still hasn’t’ been resolved. Although our daughter did not cause the accident, going through the claims process practically makes us think as she was the operator in fault. It has been a tough situation that we hope we can make come to a suitable close ASAP.

So if I have been negligent in updating it has been for family situations and for that I apologize.

Tractor Accident Update

Charles Hanson a farmer from Hanson Farms, Framingham, Ma remains in a hospital from injuries suffered in a Farming accident at Chestnut Hill Farms. Southborough. His grandson Matthew was also injured but not transported to a hospital. The elder Hanson is still listed in serious condition at U MASS Medical in Worcester. The accident happened at the Beal’s Farm on Chestnut Hill Road. Mr. Hanson is a long time farmer owning the regionally known Hanson farm on Nixon Road in Framingham.

Route 9 Icon

August 1, 2009 - You just never know what is going to be on the "space" message board.

Selectmen's meeting - July 28, 2009 - Selectmen appointed Ms Kelly Rovendo to full time communications officer.  Kelly has worked for eight months for the Southborough police and came highly recommended by Acting Police Chief Jane Moran.  When asked by Selectmen why she applied for the job she quickly answered that she likes being a part of the team effort of the Police and Fire that they bring to the town.  She stated she looks forward to learning and growing with the department.  All of the selectmen commended her attitude and work ethic.  She will start in her new position on the next police full time rotation schedule.

The Southborough Fire Department Ladder Committee met with the selectmen and advisory committee to discuss a date for holding a special town meeting for the purchase of a new Quint (All in one vehicle for a ladder, pumper, water tank, fire hose and ground ladders).  In order to go to town meeting with a figure the committee and the town will have to prepare an RFP and bid.  Several sources have helped in hopes of defraying the cost of a new truck to replace the current defunct ladder truck.  A firemen's ball was held this past spring that raised over $83,000.  There has also been some private donations and donations from St. Mark's $10,000 per year for ten years, Fay School $10,000 a year for ten years and the New England Center for Children which has been one of the larger supporters for a new truck.  They will donate besides their $76,000 per year payment in lieu of taxes $6,000 twice a year for ten years making a $120,000 contribution.  Roughly there is a committed total of $350,000 for the new truck currently.  The estimated cost is in the vicinity of $900,000 +.  The question was asked why can't we share a ladder truck or depend on mutual aid.  Selectman Boland and Chief Mauro responded that those trucks could already be in use when we need them or that they could be in the shop making that decision not the best one for the Town of Southborough. 

Selectmen also considered several proposals from Police Chief Jane Moran about replacement of high mileage cruisers.  The department is looking to replace one cruiser with a Ford Explorer and are unsure if they should go for two as Ford will be discontinuing the Crown "Vics" police models.  Chief Moran said that the SUV most likely would have the higher value at the end of it's life vs. the cruisers that the department currently owns.  Southborough gets lots of snow and has several miles of dirt roads, hilly driveways and has always been in need of a 4 X 4 vehicle within the department. 

She also presented proposals to have three bylaws changed to come into compliance or to make them easier to enforce.  One would be to model the marijuana law after the town of Hudson for collection of fees which has already met the Attorney General's criteria.  Another would affect how the ACO collects fees and to change some of the current language on the bylaw especially addressing kennels.  She also brought up the Solicitor bylaw that the late police Chief William Webber had brought to the floor of Town meeting a few years ago.

The special town meeting warrant will be open until August 11, 2009.

PILOT Programs Discussed

(file photo Fay School Construction)

July 30, 2009 - Fairness When it came time to talk about support of the ladder truck and the town payment in lieu of taxes, Selectmen expressed dismay in the private boarding school Fay School and what they proposed.  The $10,000 per year for ten years is $5,000 more than what they have been paying per year.  Selectmen also interpreted their letter to say that there would be no other PILOT payment considered per year that the $10,000 would be solely for the fire truck.  St. Mark's plans to make the $10,000 per year for ten years in addition to their $20,000 PILOT.  The New England Center for Children has been a leader in supporting town services in Southborough.  They will donate $12,000 per year for ten years in addition to their $77,000 annual PILOT.  Selectmen Giorlandino was disappointed in Fay's move.  He stated he pays for a single family house over $6800 per year like many other residents in town.  For years now Fay School has only contributed $5,000 per year yet they are under major expansion right now and will be increasing their enrollment with the new primary wing. Fire ball committee chair Rebecca Waterfall made sure that the audience did notice that Fay School has at least matched the same amount as St. Mark's school (a private high school and boarding school).

Residents in the audience also expressed disappointment and reiterated all of the private homes that Fay school has bought up and taken off the tax roles in recent years.  The cost to send a child to Fay school (a private junior boarding school) runs from $19,000 for a grade 1 student to $25,200 for 6-9th grade day students.  On top of that boarding costs at the school run $42,750 to $50,000 per student. There are 380 students attending Fay School as listed on their website facts page.

Selectmen Boland who worked with the committee on approaching the non-profit schools also stated that they have not as yet heard back from the fourth which is the Harvard book depository and primate Center off Pine Hill Road.  Selectmen are in the process of developing a committee to study and report back on the PILOT program within the town of Southborough.  Mr. Boland also noted that the schools donate to the town in a non-monitory way by use of their fields and facilities for various things such as recreational skating.

Sunflower

July 30, 2009 - A sunflower brightens up the day.

Flags to be lowered to Half Mast tomorrow

Governor Patrick is ordering the American and Commonwealth Flags lowered to half-staff on Friday, July 31st from sunrise until sunset for Corporal Nicholas Xiarhos who was killed in action.
Pursuant to gubernatorial protocol which states,
"The U.S. flag shall be flown at half-staff at all state buildings from sunrise until sunset on the day of interment of any soldier from Massachusetts who is killed in action in a war zone while on active duty,”
Please be advised that Governor Patrick has ordered that the United States flag and the Commonwealth flag be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings from sunrise until sunset on Friday, July 31, 2009, in honor of Corporal Nicholas Xiarhos of Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts who was killed in action in Afghanistan on July 23, 2009.
This gubernatorial order applies to:

    1. The main or administration building of each public institution of the Commonwealth, e.g. Town and city halls

    2. Other state-owned or state-controlled buildings

    3. All state military installations

Farm Life

July 30, 2009 - The Belted Galloways graze in the field next to the community gardens in the evening glow.

Half Moon

July 30, 2009 - The moon was out bright late this afternoon.

 

Bike the Boroughs

 
 
 
Date/Time: 8/12/2009 6:30 PM
Type: Biking
City: Marlborough, MA
Director: FIRM
Email: wendy@firm-racing.com
Phone: (508) 434-0123
Website: http://www.marlboroughsportspartnership.org
Distance: 10 Mile Fun Ride
Details: 10 Mile Fun Ride! Bike through Marlborough, Southborough, Northborough and Westborough. Wednesday, August 12th 2009. $30.00 Registration Fee. Race day registration starts at 5:00PM. Bring a check made out to "Marlborough Sports Partnership". Ride starts at 6:30PM. Yoga and Stretching starts at 5:30PM. Registration and start/finish is at Rohm and Haas (Dow Chemical). Rohm and Haas is situated at 455 Forest Street, Marlborough, MA.
 
Chestnut Hill Farm

July 28, 2009 - Scenic view off Chestnut Hill Road earlier in the week.  Today near tragedy struck.

In a statement from the Southborough Fire Chief: At 2:27 PM, the 9-1-1 communications center received a call for two men that were reported to have been run over by a tractor off of Chestnut Hill Road.

Police and fire personnel responded to find two people with injuries; a 76 year old male with serious and potentially life-threatening injuries, and a 23 year old with non-life threatening injuries.

Paramedics from the Southborough Fire Department attended to the injured. Life-Flight was called, but due it an extended estimated time of arrival, it was decided to transport the 76 year old male by ambulance to U-Mass Memorial University Campus. The 23 year old declined medical transport.

Hazy Days

July 28, 2009 - Haze drifts through the views at Rural Cemetery.

Some New Shade

July 28, 2009 -Because there is little shade around Woodward School and Choate Field areas the Recreation Commission felt it was important to help protect participants from too much sun exposure.  We also have two additional umbrella shades that will be installed on Choate Field which will happen early fall.  This will also benefit the community as a whole.

Eastern Boarder Skate Clinic

August 1

still room to sign up

Click for Southborough Recreation Website

Looking for something different to try?

REI August Schedule for Open Climbing in Framingham

8/1/2009 1:00 AM

Join us at REI's Climbing Pinnacle. Whether a veteran, beginner, or never experienced the thrill of indoor climbing, this event is for you!

~ Minimum Height Requirement of 42 Inches ~

Open Climbing in Framingham for August 2009
Saturday August 1 - CLOSED for Garage Sale
Sunday, August 2 - 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday August 8&9, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday August 15&16, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday August 22&23, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Family Climb Thursday, August 13 - 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Climb Like a Girl Thursday, August 20 - 6:00 PM- 8:30 PM

FREE for REI Co-op members, $10 for non-members.
Not a member? A lifetime membership is only $20.
All climbers under the age of 18 must have their parent or legal guardian present.
Minimum height: 42 inches.

Location:REI Framingham Store at the Pinnacle

Contact: REI Customer Service at 508-270-6325

Cost:FREE for REI Co-op members, $10 for non-members.

Registration Required? No.

http://www.rei.com

Parked in the Rough

July 27, 2009 - Actually this golf cart isn't in the tall grass but the angle of the photo taken makes it look as that.

Volunteers Needed

The Southborough Recreation Department is in need of volunteers for Summer Nights, August 30, 2009.

 

Volunteers Needed:

6 adults for parking and dunk tank

10 teens or adults for the 3 inflatable

6 teens or adults for face painting (art experience a plus)

Times will be rotated so people will still be able to enjoy the event.  All students will receive a letter for their community service. 

This event is all run on donations and only a few volunteers that make it all happen.  We really need additional help the day of the event.

 Contact: Doreen Ferguson

Director

Southborough Recreation

21 Highland St.

Southborough, MA  01772

phone: 508-229-4452

fax: 508-485-7189

http://www.southboroughtown.com/recreation/recreation.htm

Joseph H. Monfalcone

 

 

Joseph H. Monfalcone, 68, of Leicester and formerly a long time resident of Southborough died on Saturday, July 25, at his home, surrounded by family.

He was the beloved husband of Ann Monfalcone for the past 43 years.

Joe was a 1958 graduate of the former Peter’s High School in Southborough. He worked as a supervisor for International Paper in Framingham for many years, retiring in 1997.

Farmer Joe, as he was fondly called, enjoyed gardening, raising chickens, racing homing pigeons, and caring for all animals and birds. However, his greatest joy was simply spending time with his family and friends.

In addition to his wife he leaves his children, Joseph A. Monfalcone and his wife Christine of Marlborough; Gail St. Cyr and her husband Robert of Port St. Lucie; Danielle Wyatt and her husband Mark of West Boylston; a brother Anthony Monfalcone and his wife Paula of Marlborough; 5 grandchildren, Chelsea, Amanda & Jacob Monfalcone, Allison Wyatt & Jonathan St. Cyr; and several nieces and nephews.

There are no visiting hours.

A memorial funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, August 8, at 11 AM at St. Matthew Church, Highland St. Southborough. Burial will be private.

In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may be sent in his memory to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or St. Matthew Church, 105 Southville Rd, Southborough, MA 01772

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Morris Funeral Home 40 Main St. (Morrisfuneralparlor.com) Southborough.
 

Nikolas Manousaridis

MANOUSARIDIS, Nikolas Of Southborough, July 25, 2009. Beloved husband of Tracy (Glick) Manousaridis. Loving father of Leanne, Jonny and Celia Manousaridis. Devoted son of John and Parthena ( Sideropoulos) Manousaridis of Katerini, Greece. Brother of Harry Manousaridis of IL. Also survived by many loving cousins and extended family. Late owner Brothers Auto Center, Sudbury. Funeral service at the Greek Evangelical Church of Boston, 1115 Centre St., Newton, Tues. July 28 at 10 AM. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Nikolas may be made to Tedy's Team, American Stroke Assoc. www.kintera.org Family will receive visitors at his late residence, Tues., Wed., Thurs., July 28, 29, 30, 4-8pm. For remembrances please visit www.mem.com  Duckett-J. S. Waterman Home of Memorial Tribute Sudbury 978-443-5777

 

Caring For Your Pets in the Hot Weather

As the summer heat approaches, here are some preparedness tips to consider when caring for your pets:

• Never leave pets in a car, even with the windows down. The inside of a car can reach temperatures in excess of 150 degrees in a matter of minutes.

If possible, pets should be kept indoors during excessive heat.

• If keeping a pet outside, make sure that pets have adequate shelter from the sun and plenty of fresh water at all times.

Plan outside activities with your pets during the cooler parts of the day: early morning and evening. Limit the outside activity of your pets during the heat of the day.

• During hot weather sidewalks and pavement radiate excessive amounts of heat and can be too hot for the pads of your pet's paws. Consider that if the sidewalk is too hot for you to walk barefoot, it is too hot for your pet to walk on.

• Allow access to the coolest part of your home. If you don’t have air conditioning, or you turn it off while at work, make sure your pet can get to a cool place, such as a basement.

• Take extra precautions in hot weather for dogs that are elderly, overweight or snub-nosed.

• Always have a disaster plan in place for you, your family and your pets.

• Remember, WHEN YOU GO, THEY GO. DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT THEM. If you are told to evacuate, take your pets with you. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND.

Additional pet safety information can be accessed through the State of Massachusetts Animal Response Team website: www.smart-mass.org

The Nature Trail and Cranberry Bog at Patriot Place

South Retail Center
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Nature Trail Regular Hours
Dawn to dusk, seven days a week

About The Nature Trail
The Nature Trail offers a fun-filled, outdoor experience for everyone. Located behind Bass Pro Shops in the Patriot Place South Marketplace, the trail features:

Half-mile scenic walking trail that varies between three and six feet wide and is made of wood mulch.

A three percent grade that is as steep as 12 percent in some areas.

A wide variety of wildlife including Great Blue Heron, swans, mallards, wood ducks, Canada geese, deer, foxes, raccoons, turtles, and more.

Various plant life such as White Water Lilly, Pond Weeds, Wild Celery, Swamp White Oak, Red Maple, White Pine, Eastern Hemlock, and Serviceberry, Cranberry.

A 32-acre cranberry wetland system and wooded area.

About The Ocean Spray Cranberry Bog
The trail is home to the last remaining active cranberry bog in the town of Foxborough. Visitors will enjoy witnessing the Ocean Spray Bog as it comes to life. Visitors will learn about the life cycle of a cranberry and educational facts about the bog when they visit the 16-acre site.

Getting Here
From the south entrance to Patriot Place, take a right just before Bass Pro Shops; Follow signs for “The Nature Trail at Patriot Place.”

Hours of Operation
Dawn to dusk, seven days a week


Nature Trail/Cranberry Bog Grand Opening!
8/1/2009 12:00pm - 5:00pm


Join Bass Pro Shops, Ocean Spray and community organizations behind Bass Pro Shops for a day of outdoor fun.

The day’s events include:

Guided tours of the half-mile Nature Trail by a Bass Pro Shops expert. Tour times TBA.

Ocean Spray sampling, Noon - 5pm.

Ducks Unlimited wood duck house display and don’t miss the golden retriever safety exhibit, Time TBA.

Tour the Nature Trail with Smokey the Bear! He’ll be giving tours at 1:30pm and 2:30pm.

Face painting for the kids, 2pm-4pm.

Ocean Spray growers will be in the cranberry bog among many cranberries, explaining the growing process.

Kids Club Storytime: stories about nature and the great outdoors, 3pm

Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Healthy Heart Trails Initiative information, Time TBA.

View a mini cranberry bog and learn about how the cranberry harvesting process works.

Have you been to Bass Pro at Gillette?  You don't have to buy anything to see what's in the store. There is quite the collection of animal mounts of North America but one of their best features is the two story freshwater fish tank.

Vandal Spree

July 26, 2009 - Over a dozen homes were hit by vandals this weekend in the Wildwood and Southwood Road area.  Mailboxes and light posts were completely smashed to the ground for no reason other than what someone may have thought was fun.  However, it wasn't fun and it was a costly night with many mailboxes pushed over and light posts left leaning or worse completely on the ground.  The lights themselves expensive energy saving bulbs smashed.  Some of which most likely according to residents contained mercury.  Vandalism is wasted energy that could be put to better use. If you have any information about this incident please contact the Southborough Police Department on their business line 508-485-2147.

Summer Colors

July 26, 2009 - Reader John Kendall sent in this photo of Brown Eyed Susans welcoming finally warmth and sunshine.

Once Again Storm Clouds

July 26, 2009 - Storm clouds gather earlier today. Most severe storms stayed west of Worcester.

Street Sign Down

July 26, 2009 - The sign at the intersection of Route 85 and Route 30 lies on the side of the road.  According to the police log a motor vehicle hit it.

 

Southborough meetings

July 26- August 1, 2009

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

ADVISORY COMMITTEE [joint meeting with Board of Selectmen] July 28 6:30 PM Hearing room town house
AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRUST COMMITTEE
 
July 28 6:00  PM Hearing room town house
BOARD OF SELECTMEN [joint meeting with Advisory Committee] July 28 6:30 PM Hearing room town house
MUNICIPAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE
[attending Board of Selectmen's meeting]
July 28 7:00 PM Hearing room town house
TRUST FUND ADVISORY COMMITTEE July 29 5:00 PM first floor meeting room town house
POLICE CHIEF SEARCH COMMITTEE [executive session] July 29 7:00 PM hearing room town house
       

Monday 27

Tuesday 28

Wednesday 29

Thursday 30

Friday 31

8:30 Health Clinic

8:30 walking group

9:30 Pool 8:30 Health Clinic

10:00 Wii Fitness

9:00 Dr. Cooper 9:30 Tai Chi      
9:30 Cribbage

10:00 Bocci

2:00 PM Fitness 9:30  Mah Jongg  
 

12:00 Pitch

  10:00 Bocci 12:30 bingo
2:00 Fitness 12:00 Ping Pong   12:30 Pitch  
      1:00 PM bridge  
 

 

     

Falconi Golf Tournament:

Anyone interested in volunteering for the Falconi Golf Tournament subcommittee should see Mary or Alice at the front office or call (508) 229-4453. Anyone wishing to donate items to the Falconi Golf Tournament Silent Auction (i.e. major sports tickets, timeshare rentals, etc.) should submit their name and donation description to Mary or Alice at the front office or call (508) 229-4453.

Alice’s Gift Shop:

Please stop by and see what Alice has in the gift shop this summer. There are some really pretty items. If you would like to make a donation, please drop them off at the front desk.

Computers:

We now have two computers in the hall before you enter our main room that are now hooked up to the internet. You will be able to read e-mail and look up information as well as play some fun card games. Feel free to sit down and use the computers. Let us know if you would like any help.

 

FITNESS

Please be aware that Brad will be on vacation on Monday Wednesday, July 29th

 

Senior Center open 9:00 AM - 12 noon Saturdays

Library Schedule July 26 - August 1, 2009

Sunday 26 Monday 27 Tuesday 28 Wednesday 29 Thursday 30 Friday 31 Saturday 1
   

 

“Dino-Adventures”

1:00 pm

“Feed Our Bodies”

Workshop

7:00 pm

 

 

Pajama Story Time

7:00 pm

6:00 pm Foreign

Film Discussion

Group

 

Drop-in craft day

10 – 5

Retirement

Workshop

7:00 pm

 

Check out www.

Southboroughtown.com

& www.readsinma.org

for more Summer info

 

Library is closed

Saturdays in July

and August

 

Click for the Summer Reading Program at the Southborough Library

The Marlboro Senior Softball teams were in action last week. The Iron Workers Union Local #7.

 The Iron Workers Local #7 entertained the Gray Sox took both games of their doubleheader winning the first game 19 10 and took the 2d  game 21 – 7.  The Local #7 offense was led by Bob Maguire and Peter Mirabella both going 7 for 7.  John Gauvin also pitched in with 3 triples.  Tom Hall also made his dynamic debut at 3rd base make an inning double play 5 to 4 to 3 to stop a Gray Sox rally.

The Friends of the Marlborough Seniors softball team traveled to Shrewsbury and split a doubleheader winning the first game 7 – 4 and losing the 2nd 6 – 4.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Paul Starek 4 for 6 and Emory Payne 4 for 7

Team Record are the Friends of the Marlboro Seniors is 9 and 9 and the Iron Workers Union Local #7 is 15 and 5