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August 6, - September 12, 2009

Raindrops Falling

September 12, 2009 - Saturday is a soggy day.

Fall Soccer

September 12, 2009 - The U-9 Southboro Strikers get the ball against the Sudbury Shakers this afternoon.

Algonquin Regional High School

Upcoming Events
9/17 Trottier 8th Grade Tours
9/18 Trottier 8th Grade Tours
9/24 Senor Parent College Night, 7pm
9/28 Yom Kippur - School Closed
10/1 Parent-Teacher Open House 7pm-9pm
10/1 Melican 8th Grade Tours
10/2 Melican 8th Grade Tours

10/3 Serenity Garden Benefit Concert 7pm
10/6 Mid-point of 1st Term
10/12 Columbus Day - School Closed
10/17 PSAT's @ ARHS, 8 am
10/20 Retake Photos
10/22 1/2 Day, Parent/Teacher Conferences

Soccer Match

September 12, 2009 - The Southborough Scorpions U-10 take on the Belmont Mayhems.

Southborough Recreation Department events

SPECIAL EVENTS

Friends of Recreation Fundraisers

Jenny Boston Boutique - September 24

Portraits in Silhouette - October 3&4

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Southborough Open Land

scarecrow gathering entry form

September 27

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Fay School hosts Safety Sports Summit

November 14

Details to follow soon

September 12, 2009 - Click here for Southborough Art Center activities.

Marc D. Doherty

 

 

SOUTHBOROUGH Marc D. Doherty, 41, of Southborough died suddenly Monday (Sept. 8,2009) in Gloucester after being stricken ill. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time and are under the direction of the John P. Rowe Funeral Home Inc., 57 Main St., Marlborough.
 

Car Wash on a Rainy Day

September 12, 2009 - Members of the Algonquin Ski Team were up early to wash cars today at the Southborough DPW.  They held the fundraiser to help with costs for equipment and trips.  Their annual Ski sale will be coming up in early November.

Ladder Truck Report

September 11, 2009 -  Here is the schedule for the Southborough Ladder Truck Committee's presentation for a new vehicle to replace the out of commission Ladder 26.  It can be seen on Southborough Cable television which can be found on Verizon channel or Charter.

Charter:               Public - Ch. 11       Gov't - Ch. 12           Edu - Ch. 13
 

Verizon:               Public - Ch. 38       Gov't - Ch. 37           Edu - Ch. 36

the schedule for the Ladder Truck Presentation on the 
Southborough Public Access Channel.  Could you post this schedule on Southborough News. com for us
> Thursday - 7:00PM
> Friday - 12:00PM
> Saturday - 4:00PM
> Sunday - 8:00PM
> Monday - 10:30AM
> Tuesday - 3:00PM
> Wednesday - 9:30AM

 

The Railroad
House Band that will be playing from 12:00 to 4:00 on Sunday, September
27th at the Beals Preserve Celebration.
Their website is www.railroadhouseband.com 

"Not strictly a Bluegrass band, we play a range of material that is
Bluegrass based; but pulls in Jazz, Country, Rock, and Blues, and it
doesn't stop there. We're just playing tunes we like, and having a
blast doing it!  We have six pieces in the band, and are playing
instruments typically used in a Bluegrass configuration. Most of our
tunes feature 2, 3, or 4-part vocal harmonies."

The Beals’ Preserve is located “down the Lane” on the south side of Main St opposite Chestnut Hill Rd.

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITES: Noon to 5pm

          •        NOON - Arrive, picnicking

          •        12:30 – Ribbon cutting/dedication

          •        1:00 – Animal Adventures Presentation

          •        1:00 - Trail walk with naturalist Peter Alden

          •        1:00 - 4:00 Gordon Morrison, illustrator, at pond

          •        2:00 – Trail walk with naturalist Jeff Collins

          •        2:30 - Trail walk with naturalist Peter Alden

          •        4:00 – Book signing - Gordon, Peter, & Jeff

          •        4:30 – Last bids for silent auction.

ONGOING THROUGHOUT EVENT

          •        Artists Painting in the field

          •        Scarecrow display on property

          •        Silent auction

          •        Nature based scavenger hunt

          •        Lemonade & snack stand – refreshments for sale

          •        Bluegrass Music by Railroad House Band

 
 

Fifty States

September 11, 2009 - Southborough News reader Jim Holmes sent along the photo of him standing next to Oklahoma which makes it his fiftieth state that he has visited.  If you have an interesting photo of a vacation or special event send it along to editor@southboroughnews.com

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Saturday Sep. 12

 Boys

Varsity

Football

@

St. Peter Marian H.s

 

2:00PM

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Saturday Sep. 12
 Boys JV Football VS **Cancelled - Maynard High School   11:00AM

Be Aware of unregistered Solicitors

On the Reverse 911 system last night, Southborough Police advised local residents about a group of young solicitors using very strong tactics.  Here is what was on the recording

The Southborough Police Department would like to alert its citizens about a possible scam involving young adults soliciting door to door selling magazines using high-pressure techniques to coerce citizens into handling over cash and checks. Some successful ploys include money for my little league team or money for my school. This company has not registered with the Southborough Police Department. So use caution and contact us at 508-485-2121.

Senator Jaimie Eldridge

Office Hours

Constituents are welcome to stop by my district office to speak with me during my next office hours:

September 18th

10am - 1pm

255 Main St, Room 106

Marlborough, MA

You are also always welcome to call the office to set up a time to speak with me.

 

Flags to be Lowered to Half Staff

Below please find two separate announcements for flags for Friday, September 11 and Saturday, September 12, 2009.

Pursuant to the Presidential Proclamation for September 11, 2009, the American and Commonwealth Flags will be flown at half-staff at all state buildings from sunrise to sunset on Friday, September 11, 2009.

Additionally, 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 Saturday, September 12, 2009, in honor of Specialist Jordan M. Shay of Salisbury, Massachusetts who was killed in action in Iraq on September 3, 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

 

Fire Log

Friday 9/4/09

10:00 ADMINISTRATIVE MEETING COMMON ST 

    C20  CHIEF MAURO

13:38 EMS CALL BOSTON RD 

    A29  FF KANE         FF RICE

    C30  FF STRONG

14:47 ALARM SYSTEM, UNINTENTIONAL JOSLIN LN 

    C20  CHIEF MAURO     FF KANE

    E22  LT SADOWSKI     FF STRONG

17:10 EMS CALL PARK CENTRAL DR 

    A29  FF RICE         FF STRONG

    C30  FF KANE

17:35 EMS CALL     

    A28  LT SADOWSKI     FF KANE

18:19 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ HIGHLAND ST 

    A29  FF STRONG       FF RICE

Saturday 9/5/09

00:54 ALARM SYSTEM DUE TO MALFUNCTION MAIN ST 

    E22  LT SADOWSKI     FF STRONG

    E23  FF RICE         FF KANE

15:09 EMS CALL CORDAVILLE RD 

    A29  FF PIERCE       FF SHANAHAN

    C30  LT PELTIER

Sunday 9/6/09

17:27 SMOKE SCARE, ODOR OF SMOKE PINECONE LN 

    C30  LT SADOWSKI

20:18 EMS CALL BRIARCLIFF RD HOP

    A29  FF STRONG       FF ROACH

08:35 EMS CALL GILMORE RD 

    A29  FF PIERCE       FF AMENDOLA

    C30  LT DANO

Monday 9/7/09

14:41 EMS CALL ROUTE 495 NORTHBOUND 

    A29  FF PIERCE       FF AMENDOLA

    C30  LT DANO

17:43 COVER ASSIGNMENT OAK HILL RD ASHLAND

    E21  LT DANO         FF RICE         FF PIERCE       FF AMENDOLA

20:02 VEH ACCIDENT W/INJURIES FRAMINGHAM RD and MARLBORO RD

    A29  FF PIERCE       FF AMENDOLA

    E23  LT DANO  For more fire log click here

September 10, 2009 - For more Marlborough Labor Day photos from Southborough News photographer Chris Wraight click here.

Join the Southborough Public Library
Genealogy Club

 

 

Attend a planning meeting, Thursday, September 24


7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

 

For people of all skill levels.

To sign up, please visit or call the library at 508-485-5031.

The genealogy club is free and open to the family-history-loving public. It is for people of all skill levels - beginners to experienced. We'll bring in speakers, and/or meet for roundtable discussions.

We will be holding monthly meetings on Thursday nights - here at the Library. (9/24 and 10/29, so far). And, on Saturday, November 14, there'll be a (free) daylong Beginners Genealogy workshop, sponsored by the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists. Tell all your friends and family!

FANTASTIC MODEL MINIATURES
 

Albatros: Albatros D.V, German, World War I, 1/48 scale, built by Bill Michaels.

Albatros: Albatros D.V, German, World War I, 1/48 scale, built by Bill Michaels.

 

Fantastic Model Miniatures
Saturday, September 12, 11 am-4:30 pm
Sunday, September 13, noon-3:00 pm
FREE!

Join us for a mini-weekend of fun, as the Patriot Chapter of the International Plastic Model Society and the East Coast Figure Artists present "Fantastic Model Miniatures" on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13, 2009. More than 150 miniatures on view will include historical figures, aircraft, armor, automobiles, dinosaurs, and ships. The models take us to places we could never visit, like the inside of the cockpit of a World War II British Fighter Ace, the surface of the moon, the interior of deep diving submarine, or the Lord of the Rings fantasy world. Admission is free.
 

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
 
Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Friday Sep. 11
 Girls JV Volleyball VS Nashoba Regional H.S. Algonquin 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball VS Nashoba Regional H.S. Algonquin 4:30PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Friday Sep. 11
 Boys Varsity Soccer VS Clinton High School   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Field Hockey @ Maynard High School Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls JV Volleyball VS Keefe Technical High Scho Gym 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball VS Keefe Technical High Scho Gym 4:30PM
 Boys Varsity Football @ Maynard High School Click for directions   7:00PM

Concert for ARHS Serenity Garden

Jed Marum, Folk/Celtic Singer and Songwriter to Perform at Algonquin Regional High School on Saturday night , October 3, 2009

Jed Marum will perform a concert to benefit the Algonquin Serenity Garden on Saturday night October 3 at 7PM in the Algonquin Regional High School Auditorium. Jed is a 1970 graduate of Algonquin. Jed Marum albums play regularly on Folk/Bluegrass and Celtic radio programs around the world. His music is also distributed widely on all the major MP3 services. Throughout the US each year Jed plays over 150 shows at festival, club and concert venues.

Reflected in his song writing and song selection is a keen interest in history and the passing of culture from generation to generation. Jed performs traditional songs and contemporary songs in musical style that is both Celtic and American, with strong Bluegrass roots. For more information about Jed see his website: Http://www.jedmarum.com

Tickets for the show are $10 for adults and $5 for students and children. For more information about the Serenity Garden Project and about how to purchase tickets open the following link http://www.nsboro.k12.ma.us/algonquin/courtyard/Welcome.htm.

For additional information contact Susan Halpin shalpin@nsboro.k12.ma.us

International Space Station flybys

The International Space Station is the biggest, brightest object orbiting Earth. The station's solar arrays span 240-feet from tip to tip, almost as wide as a football field. The ISS outshines Venus; only the sun and Moon are brighter. For more information click here: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html

Sept. 10    ISS 08:32:10 pm W 08:34:12pm 27° -2.0 (very bright)

Sept 11     ISS 07:21:13 pm WSW 07:23:35pm 64° -3.7 (very bright)

BRIGHTNESS: -4 (super-bright)

Southborough's very own, 
Karen Fiore will be performing with Night Shift at the Jimmy Fund 
Walk on September 13th.
The website is,
www.nightshiftent.com

 

Massachusetts Police Chiefs Walk Boston Marathon route in Memory of Southborough Chief of Police Lost to Cancer

Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk is Sept. 13

BOSTON ­–– Jimmy Fund LogoOn September 13, more than 50 police chiefs from across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will walk together on the historic course of the Boston Marathon® to raise money for cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

This year’s Walk carries a particularly important meaning for the chiefs as they will walk in honor of Chief Bill Webber, the Southborough chief of police who lost his life to pancreatic cancer in October 2008. Webber was a dedicated supporter of the Jimmy Fund for many years, walking annually since 2003, and even participating as a Virtual Walker in last September’s Walk, just a month before he passed away.

Webber was only 53 when pancreatic cancer claimed his life. He battled the disease for 18 months. His wife, Kathleen, and two children, Kevin Webber and Kathleen Barry, will walk 26.2 miles as a part of Team Police Chiefs.

“A lot of chiefs were walking before me, and a lot of chiefs will walk after me,” says team co-captain John Creighton, retired Uxbridge Chief of Police. “Coming in contact with the patients and their families, we see their hope and optimism. To be a part of that is an honor.”

The Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk has been important to the Chiefs for 21 years. Some years, the chiefs have held an across-the-state relay run leading up to the Walk and then walked the last three miles from the Jimmy Fund Clinic with patients and their families. Over the years, the Chiefs have collectively raised $100,000 for cancer research and treatment by walking.

On September13, the chiefs will lace up their sneakers along with 8,000 other walkers from Massachusetts and 28 states across the country who will walk with the goal of raising $6 million for cancer research at Dana-Farber. Over the past 20 years, the Walk has raised more than $60 million for Dana-Farber.

Massachusetts Chiefs of Police chose the Jimmy Fund as their official charity in 1953. The chiefs also show their support through the Hall of Badges, which showcases 200 police badges from across the Commonwealth and is on display at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

To register or make financial contributions for the 21st annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, visit www.jimmyfundwalk.org  or call (866) JF-1-WALK.

# Sept 29th 7pm TUESDAY SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

TROTTIER SCHOOL

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Sept 18—FRIDAY—Town Clerk’s OPEN LATE until 8pm to register to vote or conduct any Town Clerk business.

 

Representative Dykema to Hold Office Hours

Boston- Representative Carolyn C. Dykema will hold her third round of quarterly office hours in September. Any resident who would like to speak with Representative Dykema and is unable to attend office hours should contact her office at (617) 722-2210 or at leah.robins@state.ma.us to set up a personal appointment.

Southborough
September 18, 8:30-9:30am
Red Barn Coffee Roasters
205 Turnpike Road
Southborough, MA 01772

Please join Clare Curran-Ball in her walk to end Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's is a devastating disease not for the one so much that has the disease but those left behind that are the caregiver, family member or friend of the one who has it.  My mom had a very lucid moment last week and knew who I was for just a few minutes. It was the first time in nearly two years that she actually could talk of her first born.  Mom doesn't know that she has the disease but my brother, sisters and I do and it can hurt so much to see her like that knowing that she would hate living like this.  Mom is not alone and Alzheimer's patients are being diagnosed earlier and faster.  It's time we learn more about the disease and how to stop or at least slow it down.  Click here for Clare's Team Page.

September 11th – 20th, 2009



The 37th Annual
Lee’s Mills Steamboat Rally

The town of Moultonborough is sponsoring the largest and longest meet in the world for steam launches.

Each Sunday features a parade!
September 13th parade starts at about 2:00 pm
going out into Moultonborough Bay
September 20th parade starts at about 10:00 am
going out into Green's Basin

Moultonborough, New Hampshire
Hosted by Dave Thompson, the rally showcases 55 to 60 operating steamboats with several steam models on display.
Contact Dave Thorpe at DThorpe@Metrocast.net for more details.
 
Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Thursday Sep. 10
 Girls Varsity Field Hockey VS Shrewsbury High School Algonquin 3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Golf @ Wachusett Regional H.S. Holden Hills 3:30PM
 Girls JV Field Hockey VS Shrewsbury High School Algonquin 5:30PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

No Sports Scheduled

Cummings School to Host Open House September 12, 2009

Animal Demos, Hospital Tours and Free Admission

Raptors will take flight in the new Agnes Varis Auditorium and an expected crowd of thousands will gather to learn about all the furry, galloping and ruminating animals at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine's annual Open House, September 12 from 11am to 3pm. The event is free and open to the public, rain or shine.

Canines of all types will demonstrate their prowess in working dog demonstrations. The animals of the Cummings School's working farm will also be available to meet and greet visitors and kids of all ages are welcomed to bring their beloved but bedraggled stuffed animals to be stitched or bandaged at the Teddy Bear Clinic. Admissions counselors will also be on-hand to answer questions about veterinary school, along with our programs in Adventures in Veterinary Medicine for those who want to learn firsthand about being a veterinarian.

In addition, self-guided tours of the school's Henry and Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals, Hospital for Large Animals and campus farm will show visitors how the Cummings School teaches students and cares for more than 28,000 animals per year. What's more, the school will also be bringing back hay rides—a wonderful way to enjoy a tour of the school's 600-acre campus without “hoofing” along the sidewalks.

Handicapped parking is available on-campus with free parking for everyone.

For the protection of sick animals in our hospitals, and for everyone's safety, pets will not be allowed on campus for Open House.

For more information, call (508) 839-5395 or visit the Open House web page.

The Iron Workers Local #7 opened up against the Wayland “A” Team winning that game 14 – 5.  The Iron Workers next met the Wayland Gray Soz  and won that game 13 to 7 and advanced to the Semi Finals. 

 The Iron Workers lost in the semi-finals against a strong Tewksbury Seniors dropping the game 22 – 2.  Mgr Stephen Goldstein said that they had their hitting shoes on in that game and there was nothing we could do to stop them

            The Iron Workers resumed their regular season play traveling to Wayland to take on the Gray Sox and took both ends of the doubleheader 11 – 7 and 8 – 5.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Dennis Naylor and Pete Mirabella both going 4 for 5 .

           The Friends of the Marlboro Seniors traveled to Shrewsbury and split a doubleheader losing the 1st 6 – 3 and winning the 2nd 3 – 2.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Jeff Allen 4 for 5 and Ron Saloman 2 for 4.

           The team records for the year Iron Workers Local #7 are 26 – 7 and the Friends of the Marlboro Seniors is 10 – 14.

Slowing Down

September 8, 2009 - The Sudbury River finally starts receding and slowing since the earlier part of the summer where it was roaring most of the time.

Join Clare Curran-Ball and Linda Hubley in supporting research for prevention and treatment of the disease Alzheimer's.  Both of us have a parent that has currently been diagnosed with the disease.  Click the logo to the left for the Team Page.

thank you

Southborough

FLU CLINIC

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Saturday, October 17, 2009

 

This year the Board of Health is encouraging all Employees (Town of Southborough and Southborough School Employees).  We are again opening the clinic up to All Southborough Residents, 19 years and older. 

There is no cost for the vaccine to employees, and a small $15 fee to residents who don’t meet the High Risk criteria of 65 years of age or older.

 

 

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Southborough Senior Center

from 11 AM to 4PM

Location:  9 Cordaville Rd. (Rte 85)

     Seniors are encouraged to utilize the Senior Center clinic in the morning, but are welcome all day long.   Seniors may also attend clinic to be held at Woodward school.   Please bring your Medicare and/or Senior Health Plan Insurance Care

     Town and School Employees  may attend this clinic in the afternoon, from 3PM to 4PM, but may also attend the Saturday clinic. 

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Woodward School.

From 10 AM to 1PM

Location:  28 Cordaville Rd. (Across from the Senior Center on Rte. 85)

ANY Adult resident (19 yrs & older) may receive a flu vaccination at this clinic. 

          COSTS

65 and older ————————-  No Cost

Town & School Employees-  No Cost

 

Other Town Residents (19 & older) 

Influenza Vaccine——————  $15.00

 

Pneumococcal ———————— No Cost

Henry E. Wingate

 

 

Henry E. Wingate WEST YARMOUTH Henry E. Wingate, 66, of West Yarmouth and formerly of Southborough died unexpectedly at his home on September 3, 2009. Mr. Wingate was a graduate of Watertown High School and Mass Maritime Academy. He was a Merchant Marine, who enjoyed traveling the world. He later worked many years at General Dynamic shipyard in Quincy before working for Yankee Atomic as a nuclear engineer. In recent years he enjoyed substitute teaching at Barnstable High School. He was an artist who loved the sea and fishing especially on the beaches of Cape Cod. Mr. Wingate was an avid cook and loved preparing holiday meals for family. However, his greatest joy was spending time with his grandchildren. He is survived by his 2 daughters, Tracy Bertonazzi and her husband Eric; Kristine Shrifin and her husband Brian all of Southborough; five grandchildren, Billy, Betsy, and Ben Bertonazzi, and Charlie and Courtney Shifrin. Visiting hours will be on Thursday, Sept. 10, from 4 to 7 PM at Morris Funeral Home (Morrisfuneralparlor.com), 40 Main St. Southborough. Funeral will be on Friday, Sept. 11, at 11 AM at Pilgrim Church, 20 Common St. Southborough. Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Mass Maritime Academy, 101 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 Att: Scholarship Fund.
 

Friends of Southborough Recreation to Hold Fundraiser

The Friends of the Southborough Recreation Department will hold a fundraiser at Jenny Boston on Thursday September 24th from 7 - 9 p.m. Shoppers will receive a ten percent discount on merchandise with up to twenty-five percent of the evening’s total sales going to the Friends.

From Sept. 25 - 27 customers can also shop and give credit to Friends of Southborough Recreation (although 10% discount will not apply).

Jenny Boston is a boutique store specializing in accessible and fun jewelry, handbags, scarves and accessories. The store is located at Colonial Plaza, 45 East Main Street, Westborough, MA (across the street from the Rugged Bear & Arturo's Restaurant)

About Friends of the Southborough Recreation Department
The Friends of the Southborough Recreation Department supports recreational activities for the youth and families of Southborough by seeking grants and donations and by actively engaging in fundraising activities.  Funds are used in conjunction with the town’s recreation department to support community events, develop community programs and provide scholarship awards.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

No Sports Scheduled

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Wednesday Sep. 9
 Boys Varsity Golf VS Clinton High School   2:45PM
 Boys JV Golf VS Blackstonevalleyregtechhs   3:00PM
 Boys Varsity Soccer @ Maynard High School Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Soccer @ Murdock High School Click for directions   3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Cross Country VS Nashoba Valley Techhs   3:30PM
 Girls JV Volleyball VS Douglas High School Gym 4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball VS Douglas High School Gym 5:30PM

Triboro Youth Hockey Association
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   Sport: Hockey, League: >Bantams
    Date: 9-3-2009 at 7:50p
    Team: Triboro-Bantam 2   vs  
Location: NESC - Marlborough, MA
   Score: 0 to 3

Not a bad first game for the Bantam 2's. Clearly improved as the game progressed, having the territorial edge over the second half of the game. Need to work on getting in shooting position and getting to the net. Nice job by the four D.
 

IDLE SPEED

September 7, 2009 - The radar board sits idle during a lull in traffic on Southville Road.

Schools

There is a vacancy on the Southborough K-8 School Committee & the N-S Regional School Committee due to the resignation of Paul Gaffney. Click here for a committee volunteer form & submit it to the Superintendent's Office, located at the Neary School.

 

Southborough meetings

September 7 -  September 12, 2009

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

ASSABET VALLEY REGIONAL VOC. SCHOOL COMMITTEE Sept 8 7:00 PM Conference room Assabet Valley
BOARD OF SELECTMENAgenda Sept 8 7:00 PM Hearing room town house
PILOT COMMITTEE Sept 8 10:00 AM Hearing room town house
YOUTH COMMISSION Sept 8 7:15 PM Conference Room Fayville Village Hall
MUNICIPAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE
 
Sept 9 7:00 PM Former BOH office Town house
OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION COMMITTEE Sept 9 7:30 PM Board of Health office Cordaville Hall
COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE Sept 10 7:00 PM Hearing Room Town House
       
       
7 Monday 8  Tuesday 9 Wednesday 10 Thursday 11 Friday 12 Saturday 13  Sunday
Holiday - Labor Day
8:30am Walking Group
9:30am Pool
8:30am Health Clinic
9am Friday Hours
9am Unstructured Activities
Closed
10am Bocci
2pm Fitness
9:30am Mah Jongg
9:30am Painting Class
12pm Ping Pong
10am Bocci
10am Canasta
12pm Pitch
12pm Pitch

Click here for the new Senior Center Website

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.

 

Southborough Library Schedule
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Labor Day

Library Closed

 

Come visit the

Children’s Room –

open again after the

flood!

Library Board of

Trustees Meeting

5:00 p.m.

 

11:00 Book Group

at the Senior

Center

6:30 4th-6th Grade

Book Group

 

   

Library reopens

on Saturdays

 

Cub Scouts, because too much fun is never enough!

Scouting is alive and growing in Southborough!  We invite your son to join one of our three great packs.  As a Cub Scout, he will learn about the world around him, develop skills for the future, make new friends, and have a ton of fun.

Scouting is a family oriented organization.

Scouting develops character, leadership, communication skills and good citizenship.

If you’d like to learn more about Cub Scouts or simply stop by and sign-up, come to our Registration at the Mary Finn School cafeteria Tuesday September 8th anytime between 6:30 and 8 PM:

Who: Any boy in grades 1 through 4

Cost: $45 for the entire year, payable by cash or check.

www.joincubscouting.com

Contact any one of the Cubmasters below for more information:

Pack 1 Cubmaster – David Qua, 508-667-5104

Pack 26 Cubmaster - Scott McWilliams, 508-229-3156

Pack 921 Cubmaster - Bob Flynn, 508-624-9002

Spotted in the Marlborough Labor Day Parade

September 7, 2009 - The Union Handtub from Southborough MA is pulled through the parade route.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Tuesday Sep. 8
 Girls JV Volleyball @ Marlborough High School   3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Volleyball @ Marlborough High School   3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Golf VS Milford High School Juniper Hill 3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Cross Country VS Wachusett Regional H.S. Algonquin 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Cross Country VS Wachusett Regional H.S. Algonquin 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Marlborough High School   4:30PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Tuesday Sep. 8
 Boys Varsity Golf @ Blackstonevalleyregtechhs Click for directions   3:30PM