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November 8, - November 14, 2009

EEA Seeks Ideas for Reorganization, Public-Private Partnerships, and Regulatory Models

Budget challenges prompt search for new ways to meet environmental goals

BOSTON - The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) has scheduled six “listening sessions” to take public input on options for changes in administrative structures and programs to meet environmental goals in light of budget challenges.  

After four rounds of spending reductions over the past two fiscal years and in anticipation of an equally challenging budget for next year, Governor Deval Patrick has instructed his Cabinet Secretaries to present him with options for departmental reorganization and consolidation, streamlined operations and procedures, and new models for doing the public’s business. In response to this directive, EEA Secretary Ian Bowles has named teams of EEA and department officials to explore three areas:

·                       Public-Private Partnerships – Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Commissioner Rick Sullivan and EEA Senior Advisor and Counsel Christian Scorzoni

o                                    Is there potential for greater sharing of responsibility for the management and operation of DCR properties with other public and private entities in a way that preserves and enhances opportunity for active, outdoor recreation by the public?

·                       New Regulatory Models – Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Laurie Burt and EEA General Counsel Ken Kimmell

o                                    DEP has had great success with its 21E hazardous waste program, which relies on private waste site clean-up by licensed professionals, with DEP audits ensuring quality of results. Are there other ways to achieve environmental results by innovative means?

·                       Reorganization/Consolidation of State Agencies – EEA Undersecretary for Environment Philip Griffiths and Assistant Secretary for Policy David Cash

o                                    Could EEA and its agencies be reconfigured to consolidate resources, clarify missions, and reduce duplication of effort?

“Governor Patrick and I have worked hard with EEA agencies to manage our budgetary challenges to date so as to have the least impact on our environmental mission,” said Secretary Bowles. “But the time has come to think bigger. In that, we need the help of everyone who cares about our parks, beaches, rivers, streams, and forests.”

The EEA teams responsible for developing options for Secretary Bowles and Governor Patrick to consider in each of these areas are soliciting ideas and input from the public over the coming month. The schedule for public listening sessions is as follows:

Public Private Partnerships

·                       Tues., Nov. 17, 4-6 p.m., 100 Cambridge St., Boston, 2nd floor Conference Room A-B-C

·                       Wed., Nov. 18, 4-6 p.m., Governor’s Western Mass. Office, 436 Dwight St., Springfield, Hearing Room

New Regulatory Models

·                       Tues., Nov. 17, 4-6 p.m., DEP office, 617 Main Street, Worcester

·                       Fri., Nov. 20, 12 noon-2 p.m., DEP Office, 1 Winter Street, Boston, Washington Street Conference Room 2nd floor


·                       Mon., Nov. 16, 4-6 p.m., DAR Amherst Office, 101 University Drive, Amherst, Main Conference Room

·                       Thurs., Nov. 19, 4-6 p.m., 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, 2nd floor, Conference Room B

In addition, written comments may be submitted by mail to EEA Budget Reform Teams, 100 Cambridge St. Suite 900, Boston, MA 02114 or by email to the following addresses:




Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Thursday Nov. 12
 Girls Varsity Soccer @ SEMI-FINALS VS NASHOBA Hudson - 5:00PM
 Boys Varsity Soccer @ SEMI-FINALS VS LEOMINSTER Hudson - 7:00PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Thursday Nov. 12
 Boys Freshman Football @ Bay Path Regtechhs Click for directions   3:30PM
The Veterans Day observance will be held this Wednesday - November 11th at the All Wars Memorial.
Veterans are asked to meet at the American Legion / VFW Headquarters at the Community House by 1030.
We will form up and march to the All Wars Memorial by 1045.
The Veterans Day Observance will begin at 1100.
All citizens of Southborough are welcomed to join us in honoring our Veterans.
Steve Whynot
John Wilson

Scouting for Food bags will be picked up this Saturday morning -11/14/09 -  at 9AM. Thanks for your help

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Thank you to our Season 14 Sponsor

Tomasso Tattoria, Southborough's premier dining establishment and winner of Best of Boston West, and their sister market Panzano Provviste have teamed up with Steeple to deliver great music and drive more dollars to local charities.

Thank you to Tom and Mary Prince and the rest of the team at Panzano and Tomasso for their generous support!
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Greetings friends!
This Saturday, our little town of Southborough Massachusetts arguably becomes the Arts & Culture capital of New England - at least for a day. 

Between the Arts Center at Southborough, Tomasso Trattoria, and Steeple Coffeehouse, we have pulled together for you a complete day of art, music, shopping, great food, and if required (with the help of the Pilgrim Church youth group), childcare!  Here is the full itinerary:
  1. 10:00 AM - The Holiday Shop - Arts Center
  2. 3:00 PM - Nields Show for Kids @ Steeple
  3. 4:00 PM - Childcare Available @ Pilgrim Church
  4. 5:30 PM - Special Dinner Deal @ Tomasso
  5. 7:30 PM - The Nields @ Steeple Coffeehouse

There is far too much information to include in an email, so all the details are summarized on a download-able, printable, one page document (in PDF format) here.


PS:  if you are coming to one or both shows, please don't forget about the Southborough Food Pantry and the WUMB Warm Clothing Drive - details below.

Saturday November 14th @ 3:00  &  7:30
Nerissa & Katryna Nields



Kids show @ 3:00 (doors open at 2:30) - all tickets $9.

Standard Steeple Coffeehouse all ages show @ 7:30 (doors open at 7:00).

Click Here for some important information about this show

Evening Show Tickets:
In Advance: $15 General/ $12 Students & Seniors
At the Door: $18 General/ $15 Students & Seniors

Paid childcare available for this show.  Click here for details.

Order online through Brown Paper Tickets.

Best of Boston
Tomasso's Unbelievable Offer
Exclusive "3 Course Dinner & Show" Menu from
Tomasso Trattoria

This season, our sponsor Tomasso Trattoria will be offering a 3 course pre-concert menu exclusively for Steeple Coffeehouse ticket holders.  The cost is $24 per person (only $19 if prepaid with online ticket purchase!). It is available day of show and is exclusively for concert ticket holders. Reservations are strongly recommended.

For current menu click here.
For complete details click here.
Southborough Food Pantry & WUMB Warm Clothing Drive
As you know, the proceeds from our shows go to great local charities. In keeping with our giving spirit, we're asking guests to bring items for the Southborough Food Pantry to each show.

Click here for a current list of items needed.

When donating items, please check the expiration dates as the Food Pantry won't be able to use expired items.

In November & December, we are also partnering with WUMB Radio and UMass Boston to collect new and gently used warm clothing.  Click here for more details.

Thank you!

Southborough Gardeners annual Guest Day will present "Festive Flowers for the Holidays" with Mary Huntoon on Thursday, November 12th at 10:00AM at Pilgrim Church, Southborough. Tickets $5.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door. Adults only please. Holiday boutique, refreshments and raffles of all the floral designs. This event is a fundraiser and proceeds will be used for the beautification of Southborough.

*Mary B. Huntoon is an award winning floral designer who is also a master judge in the National Garden Clubs, In and a Judge in the Garden Club of America, Inc. Her presentations are custom-tailored to the group and include lectures and demonstration. The goals of the presentations are enjoyment and entertainment, along with an increased love and knowledge of floral design.

4-H Livestock Meeting

November 10, 2009 - The Southborough 4-H Heritage Breed club will meet this Sunday at 11:00 am at Breakneck Hill Farm.

A Day to Thank Our Veterans

Whether your schedule finds you working, doing errands or enjoying a day with family, please make the time to thank a veteran on Veteran’s Day. 

This Veteran’s Day, take a moment to reflect on our daily freedoms and remember the men and women willing sacrifice everything to protect them. Today we’re reminded that the American ideals we celebrate on the 4th of July are only possible because of those who risk all to defend them.  

One of the most important ways to thank our veterans is by providing support and opportunity when they return home.  As a member of the Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs, I was proud to represent our district and join my colleagues last week to pass legislation to do just that. The legislation will create opportunity for returning veterans by giving disabled veteran-owned businesses a leg up in competing for state contracts. It will make some military training transferable for state certification requirements. The legislation also creates a Commonwealth Medal of Liberty to honor Massachusetts service members killed in action. There is plenty of work to be done to fulfill our duty to veterans, but this legislation is an important step forward.  Its passage honors Massachusetts veterans of every generation.

From the war of our independence to today’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Commonwealth’s soldiers have answered the call to protect us and our liberties. They and their families continue to make enormous sacrifices on our behalf and today we express our gratitude and our thanks.

State Representative Carolyn Dykema represents the towns of Holliston, Hopkinton, Medway (pct. 1), Southborough (pct. 2 & 3) and Westborough (pct. 2).

Sudbury Valley Trustees and the Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge host a Nature Artists Reception

On Sunday November, SVT and FARNWR hosted a reception entitled “Discovering Echoes of a Place: Studies in Landscape and Still Life Painting” of artists from the Metrowest area.  These nature inspired watercolor paintings were on display at the barn at SVT’s Wolbach Farm.  Cecilia Sharma of Sudbury is the teacher of all the students, running workshops is Sudbury, Wayland, and Wellesley.  With over 50 watercolor paintings on display, guests were shown a number of artistic views of the beauty of this region.  The beautiful weather brought out a great number of people.  All the food and beverage were provided by the artists. 

Sudbury Valley Trustees is a regional land trust that conserves land and protects wildlife habitat.  Currently, SVT is responsible for the protection and care of over 100 properties totaling 3,600 acres of diverse conservation lands that include wetlands, sensitive habitats, trails and other open spaces including major sanctuaries.

The Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge is a non-profit organization established to work with the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the refuge's valuable resources for future generations of wildlife and humans through stewardship and education.

Chris Churchill of Wayland stands next to her picture entitled “Under Water Lillies”

A group of attendees enjoy the Artists Reception held at SVT’s Wolbach Farm


Marilyn Patterson of Sudbury stands next to her painting entitled “Icy Stream” (lower right)


Pat Selin of Stow (left) stands next to her grandson Dylan York and her daughter Meredith York of Ipswich in front of Pat’s painting entitled “Dance of the Sea”

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

No Events Scheduled

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Wednesday Nov. 11
 Boys Varsity Cross Country @ MVADA MEET   11:00AM
Over the past years Recreation has been able to lend out 3 white sandwich boards to various groups in Town that helped with advertising.  We are now down to 1 board.  Any assistance in helping to get the boards back to the Rec office would be greatly appreciated.  They can be dropped off and left outside the Recreation building on Highland Street.

November 8, 2009 -

Recently I questioned myself why it was necessary to put my thoughts about Veterans Day in writing and did it really make any difference whether or not I sent my message.

Then I stepped back to put it all back into perspective.

Two young pilots from Massachusetts and their crews killed in the air over Afghanistan.

Thirteen soldiers and civilians at Ft. Hood whose lives were taken on their home soil.

Seven members of a Coast Guard helicopter lost off the coast of California during a training evolution.

The commissioning crew of the USS New York ( LPD-21) who have the honor to serve aboard and feel the bow cut through the waves – A bow made of the steel from the Twin Towers.

Those who wear the uniform of our country put their lives on the line 24-7-365.

Those who wear the uniform of our country carry on the tradition, honor and pride of the men and women who went before.

Make note, those serving today were not drafted. They volunteered. They entered the service of their choice in order to better themselves and this world and they swore the same allegiance to this country to “defend it – against all enemies – foreign and domestic” as those who have gone before them.

So as I have in the past, I ask each of you to take time on this Wednesday November 11th 2009, to remember our Veterans and to thank a Veteran for their service.

Keep in your thoughts, those serving at this very moment. Feel in your heart the pain of those families that have lost a loved one.

Remember those who are recovering from their wounds physically and emotionally at home and at Veteran Hospitals around this nation or sadly even in the streets of our nation.

This day isn’t about half price sales; advertisements announcing special video game releases or a buy one get one free slogan. It isn’t just about a day off from school..

It is about honoring the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month - The end of the War to end all Wars. Sadly, we know all to well that hasn’t happened.

It is about honoring the sacrifices of those who have defended this country in our past and those who serve our country today.

Thank a Veteran. Shake their hand. Welcome them home.

Express your appreciation for a job well done with a simple “Thank you for your service”

Remember this Veterans Day

Steve Whynot
VFW Post 3276


The Veterans Day observance will be held this Wednesday - November 11th at the All Wars Memorial.
Veterans are asked to meet at the American Legion / VFW Headquarters at the Community House by 1030.
We will form up and march to the All Wars Memorial by 1045.
The Veterans Day Observance will begin at 1100.
All citizens of Southborough are welcomed to join us in honoring our Veterans.
Steve Whynot
John Wilson


Police Chief Interviews

Final interviews for Police Chief have been scheduled for Monday, November 16, 2009, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the McAuliffe Hearing Room.  They will be open to the public and televised for cable access. 

Following the conclusion of interviews of the four finalists, there will be a public comment period at 8:30 p.m. During the public comment period, members of public may make comments to assist the Board in its decision making, but no questions will be asked directly to any of the finalists.  

The Board will make an appointment of Southborough's next Police Chief at 7:00 p.m. on November 17, 2009, during their regular board meeting. 

Fire Log

Sunday 11/01/09





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Monday 11/02/09


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Events & Essentials E-news

In the News...

The ability to perceive relationships between objects (visuospatial skills) may decline years before a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests.  Click to read about it in HealthDay.

Meet Martha Jackson
Martha Jackson
Name:  Martha Jackson
Town:  Stratham, NH
Career: Higher education administration and teaching, retired.  
Alzheimer's touched my life in a very personal way when my dad, John Foley,  was diagnosed with the disease almost 30 years ago at the age of 59. He died 10 years later. My mother cared for him at home for about four years, and with the support of me and my three siblings, she placed him in nursing home care for the last six years of his life.  
What would I want to tell people about Alzheimer's?  Well, I'm not able to sugarcoat it in all honesty. It's a horrible disease.  We all do the best we can to deal with it. But it's very important not to lose hope. If it happens in your family, there is help. There are resources and people available to answer your questions. here is help for those of you who care for someone with Alzheimer's at home: adult daycare, visiting nurses, etc.  When my dad had Alzheimer's, there were no treatments available.For me there is hope through research, and that's why I volunteer at the Alzheimer's Association. Through helping the staff in their efforts and by donating money annually, I feel in some small way part of the effort that will one day eradicate this devastating disease.  
Help Your Children Understand Alzheimer's
If you have a parent or other family member who has Alzheimer's, it is important to remember that the diagnosis not only affects you, but your children as well.  Adults have the ability and capacity to understand the disease process and what to expect. This knowledge needs to be passed along to the children of the family. Children may not understand what exactly is happening with their loved one, but they notice the changes.  It is important to talk to your kids and help them understand Alzheimer's disease in an age appropriate way. Read more ... 
MA -- Push for Quality Long-term Care
Advocacy PostcardThere are no minimum quality care standards for dementia care units in Massachusetts nursing homes and quality is fragmented throughout the system. We are fighting for standards governing dementia care units in nursing homes--the legislation, House Bill 4284 was voted favorably by the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs and has been sent to the Joint Committee on Health Care Finance.  Please CLICK on the MOVE postcard for a list of members of the Finance Committee. If a member is in your district, call or write, today! Or, contact the committee leadership and ask to them to support HB4284.
Don't Miss the Celebration Dec. 15
annual 09Once a year we host a great celebration to honor outstanding individuals who really are champions. Won't you join us? Admission is free; the memories are priceless. Moderator, A.J. Burnett, FOX25 and special performance by singer/songwriter Roger Salloom whose music was described as "superb" in Rolling Stone Magazine. Click on the invite.
Support Group Basic Leader Training, Dec. 1st
The seminar is designed for professionals and former family caregivers who want to become facilitators for Alzheimer caregiver support groups. The program focuses on the fundamentals of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, group dynamics, special problems and concerns in Alzheimer caregiver groups, group management and promotion, and group leader roles and responsibilities.
Time: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Location: Watertown, MA
Cost: $75* includes materials, CEUs and lunch.
CEUs: Social Work 5.5; Nursing 6.6; LMHC 5.5; Activity Professionals 5.5
Call 617.868.6718 or 800.272.3900 to register
Caregiver Conference - Peabody, MA Nov. 7
What: 11th Annual Caregiver Connections Conference presented by the North Shore Alzheimer's Partnership of the Alzheimer's Association
When:  Saturday, November 7th, 8:30 a.m.
Where: Holiday Inn, Route 1 North,  Peabody, MA
Register & Info: Call 781.231.7890
South Shore Caregiver? This is for You
CandleThe South Shore Alzheimer's Partnership presents The Gift of Time, a complimentary program for all caregivers in appreciation of all you do. Click on the candle to learn more. Come for relaxation, resources, massage, Reiki, hors d-oeuvres, music, aromatherapy, holiday shopping with free gift-wrapping and more.
December 2, 3:00-6:00 p.m. at Stafford Hill Assisted Living, Plymouth. For free adult care service contact Cozy Corner at 508.747.3332. 
December 9, 3:00-6:00 p.m., Renaissance Gardens, Hingham.
Free Caregiver Seminars in SE Mass
What: Free, informative caregiver seminars
Who: Sponsored by the Southeastern Alzheimer's Association Partnership
Where: Fairhaven and Fall River, MA
Location and sign-upCheck our calendar!!
Calling All Qualified Runners
Marathon training 
Join us! The Alzheimer's Association's Run for the Memory team is looking for qualified Boston Marathon runners to join our team....(read more)
One great e-news each month
Beginning this month, we will offer a combined Massachusetts-New Hampshire Events & Essentials E-News. We hope this makes it easier for folks to find great programs "across the line!" All family and professional programs can be found on our website--just click here. For a sampling of the wonderful November programs in New Hampshire, just take a look:
November 10:
Alzheimer's Disease: Making a Difference (Exeter)
Alzheimer's Disease Legal & Financial Issues and Answers Londonderry)
Memory Loss and Brain Health (New London)
November 18:
Alzheimer's Disease Legal & Financial Issues and Answers (Lebanon)
November 19:
Knowing the Difference: Senior Moments vs Warning Signs for Alzheimer's Disease (Hudson)
November 21:
Memory Loss and Brain Health (Dartmouth)
November 23:
An Evening of Awareness in Recognition of National Alzheimer's Disease Month (Concord)
To share the e-news, simply click on "forward e-mail" - it's that simple.

Special Opportunity for IRA Gifts~but only through '09

Embarking on three decades of compassion and leadership, the Alzheimer's Association is more focused than ever on making our vision of a world without Alzheimer's a reality. It is a thrilling yet crucial time, in which revolutionary new research findings have given us real hope in conquering Alzheimer's. Consider making a gift to the Alzheimer's Association through a charitable IRA rollover. 
Charitable gifts from an IRA will be excluded from gross income, resulting in a "tax-free rollover," so long as:
* You are 70 ½ or older at the time a gift is made 
* Money is transferred directly from their IRA administrator to the     Alzheimer's Association
* Each gift is outright with nothing provided in return 
* All IRA gifts total no more than $100,000 in 2009 
* It must be postmarked by December 31, 2009
This opportunity is set to expire at the end of the year, so you must act soon. Please consult your advisor prior to making this type of donation. For more information, contact Heidi Ganss Harris by e-mail  or 617.393.2007.
 is Alzheimer's Awareness Month
5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer's. Learn more about caregiving, your risk factors, and ways to manage the disease. Choose from programs across Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
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Answers to your questions about Alzheimer's. Available 24/7
Call 800.272.3900
or contact us at our
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Elliot Steger Concert
Liberty Area Partnership of the Alzheimer's Association presents
Elliot Steger
in a benefit concert
Sunday, Nov. 15
2 PM Reception
3 PM Concert 
Nov. 8th
5K Road Race 
3rd Annual Mary A. Callahan Memorial 5k Sunday, November 8th 11:00 a.m.
Stanley Park, Westfield, MA. 
A record 12,000 turned out for Memory Walk in Massachusetts & New Hampshire!
All you need to know is at this Click.
Read our Blog
Connect with new ideas about Alzheimer's at our offical blog. Writers include bestselling author of Still Alice, Lisa Genova, PhD and national Alzheimer's expert Paul Raia, PhD, as well as family members and advocates.

Our Vision:  a world without Alzheimer's disease.

Alzheimer's Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter
311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472
regional offices:
Raynham, Springfield and Worcester, MA and Bedford and Lebanon, NH
617.868.6718  MA |  603.606.6590 NH | 800.272.3900 24/7 Helpline

Southborough meetings

November 9 -  November 13, 2009





CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL Nov 9 7:15  PM Classroom Art Center, Highland St.
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS [executive session] Nov 9 7:00 PM Hearing Room Town House
EMERGENCY PLANNING & MANAGEMENT (SARA TITLE III) COMMITTEE Nov 10 10:00 PM Emergency Operating Center Fire Station
SOUTHBOROUGH SCHOOL COMMITTEE Nov 10 6:30 PM Library Trottier Middle School
BOARD OF ASSESSORS Nov 12 9:00 AM Hearing Room Town House
MUNICIPAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE Nov. 12 7:00 PM Upper Hall Cordaville Hall
 9Monday 10 Tuesday 11 Wednesday 12 Thursday 13 Friday 14 Saturday
9 am

Dr. Cooper

8:30am Walking Group
Closed for Veterans Day
 Friday Hours

9AM - Noon

9 - 12 Autumn Fair
9:30 Cribbage
9:30 am Tai Chi
9:30am Mah Jongg
9:30 am painting class
12 PM Veterans Day Luncheon
11am Senior Singers
11:00 Book Club
10 am Canasta
2:00 Fitness
12 PM Pitch   12 PM Pitch
1:00 PM water aerobics
  1:00 PM Water Aerobics   1:00 PM Bridge

Click here for the new Senior Center Website

Saturday November 14th 9:00am to 2:00pm

Baked goods can be dropped off on Friday, November 13th.

Mark your calendar’s for the Annual Autumn Fair. Our volunteer’s are working very hard putting this fair together. We are still accepting donations for the white elephant table.

Come see what will be available:

  • craft items

  • children’s toys and games

  • bake sale

  • white elephant table

  • jewelry

  • raffle items

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.


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.

Sunday 8 Monday 9 Tuesday 10 Wednesday 11 Thursday 12 Friday 13 Saturday 14

Amnesty Days at the

Library Nov. 2 –

Nov. 14. Bring in

paper goods

donations for Food

Pantry and have

fines forgiven

10:30 Story Time

Ages 2-5

10:30 Story Time

Ages 2-5






11:00 Toddler


Ages 0-2 years


Amnesty Days at the

Library Nov. 2 –

Nov. 14. Bring in

paper goods

donations for Food

Pantry and have

fines forgiven





10:00-3:00 @

Memorial Hall,

S’bro Fire Station,

21 Main Street


Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

 Girls Varsity Soccer VS QUARTER FINALS VS MILFORD High School 5:00PM
 Boys Varsity Soccer VS QUARTER FINALS VS TBD High School 7:00PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
 Boys JV Football VS Quabbin Reg. High School   3:30PM

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

 Girls Varsity Cheering-Fall @ LEAGUES @ LEOMINSTER HS   1:00PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

No Events Scheduled