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September 12, 2010 - September 18, 2010

The Looking Glass

September 17, 2010 - An early morning sunrise, some early morning cold mist rising from warmer waters offers this photo up.



Post Office Box 345
Southborough, MA 01772

Quick Links
Beals Preserve
Open House

Join the Trustees of the Southborough Open Land Foundation for a morning visit to the Beals Preserve from 9 a.m. to noon, on Saturday, September 25, 2010. Marking the one year anniversary of the Grand Opening of the Beals Preserve.


Stop by for free refreshments and to say hello.


The Trustees will be clearing brush and removing invasive species along the stone walls and field edges as well as performing general clean-up activities. We welcome your help.


Also join us on a walk of our newest trail to Hickory Road. This wonderful pathway was built last week by volunteers from Eastern Mountain Sports, and is part of SOLF's commitment to enhancing our members' experience at Beals Preserve.


Our open-house is rain or shine.


If you are joining us in the field, proper dress is required. We may encounter poison ivy and insects. Consider using insect repellant. Check for tics when you get home. Bring gloves, handsaws and loppers.


Parking is at the intersection of Northboro Road and Main Street. Walk to the main entrance on the Reservoir Trail at the bridge over the Wachusett Aqueduct. Meet at the Kiosk.

We look forward to seeing you, and till then you can find us on Facebook
The SOLF Trustees

Fire Log

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academic,cinemas,film projectors,film reels,motion pictures,movie projectors,movie theaters,moviesThe 26th Boston Film Festival starts tonight and runs through Thursday, with all screenings at the Stuart Street Playhouse. After being a somewhat rundown affair for a couple of years, the festival appears to be picking up steam considerably. The lineup of 24 films includes “Lurking in the Trees,” a 27-minute documentary about the devastation caused by the Asian longhorned beetle in Worcester. It will air at 2 p.m. Sunday. The festival will also include a tribute to the late Roy Scheider, with a 35th anniversary showing of “Jaws.” For more information, visit www.bostonfilmfestival.org.

Tatnuck Bookseller Newsletter, click here to go to www.tatnuck.com
The New

September 17, 2010 - Where the Southborough Fire Department earlier this year had a fire drill in an old house on White Bagley, a new road  begins to be developed as plans progress on a five lot subdivision.

Sports and Recreation



Massachusetts Archery Stamp 2011 marks the last year for traditional, color versions of Massachusetts’ three conservation stamps.  The first of these stamps, an archery stamp, was issued in 1960. Waterfowl stamps were first issued in 1974 and the first Primitive Firearms stamp made its debut in 1980. Artwork for these stamps was selected through an open competition which drew submissions from wildlife artists in all parts of the nation.  


Over the years a series of highly attractive and collectible stamps has grown up.  But times and technologies have changed. More customers are seeking on-line purchase opportunities.  The old-style perforation equipment is being relegated to museums.  For this reason the 2011 stamps are the last that will be created through the art competition and the traditional stamp printing process.


The 2011 stamps will be available wherever hunting and fishing licenses are sold in 2011.  Many of the older stamps are available from philatelic outlets. Waterfowl stamps are available through the Peabody Essex Museum’s Gift Shop (http://www.pem.org/).  A few of the past years stamps are still available from the Division of Fisheries & Wildlife.


Collectors interested in acquiring any of these expired conservation stamps are urged to contact Mary Cavaliere at the DFW (617) 626-1577 prior to October 1, 2010 to determine what stamps are available and what stamps they may wish to purchase. Following October 1st, stamps issued prior to 2009 will be shredded.




Southborough Rotary Annual Road Race/Walk a Thon 2010


                                                               I was a Virtual runner/walker!

Run from hunger, walk toward hope: filling the Southborough Food Pantry

Don’t want to get sore feet? Don’t like to get hot and bothered? Get your VT, and still donate to the cause!

$15 per tee shirt will buy something to put on the shelf at the food pantry.




Tee Shirt Size______________________________________________


Mail payment to PO box 391 (Southborough Rotary)

Fly Like an Eagle

September 16, 2010 - Michael Rea is presented his Eagle Scout Award from Troop 1 Scout Master Chris Peterson this past Sunday.

Turkeys in the Mist

September 16, 2010 -  It wasn't Gorillas in the Mist but an early morning shot of a rafter of turkeys in an open field.

Heard Around the “Southborough Water Cooler”

September 16, 2010 - It’s been a very hectic year for myself and my family. We have had a year full of graduations, family events, death of a family member and still visiting mom in a nursing home with her Alzheimer’s.  I have been steadily working late hours with the Asian Longhorned Beetle battle in Worcester and we have done the college search, the college financial search, the college move in.  So as much as I have tried to keep readers updated on the news much has slipped by.  I will try in a short paragraph to catch everyone up to speed although many of you already know this information.

Vera Kolias left Southborough earlier this year leaving a vacancy as town planner.  Recently the Southborough Selectmen appointed Eric Denoncourt.  Mr. Denoncourt is a resident of Clinton, MA and has been the Shrewsbury Town Planner for the past eleven years.  He will begin as the Southborough Town Planner early this October.

The Northborough Southborough Schools say goodbye to Susan Clark, Paul Flynn, Katharine Howard, Karen Perry and Alice Lotoski.  They welcome Linda P. Andrews as Assistant Director of Student Support Services, Paula Theophilos, Neary School Special Ed teacher part time; School Psychologist Rachel Bartolomei to the Trottier School; at the Woodward School Melissa Clay and Coleen McClune come aboard.  At ARHS Patricia Bexon, Kayla Camille, Seth Czarnecki, Deborah Durkin, Melissa Fustino, Lisa Klockner, Nathan Largesse, Sherry Nolan-Hess, Lisa Pagan, Danielle Pianka, Susan Tokay and Kenneth Wadman join the school.

At last night’s Regional School Committee meeting members voted to allow the naming of portions of the buildings and fields.  The Performing Arts Wing will be named after longtime music Director Dennis Wrenn.  A varsity baseball field will be named after Northborough resident and ARHS graduate Mark Fydrich who had been a major league pitcher for the Detroit Tigers.  Beloved, Spanish teacher, Jean Arathuzik, will have the language resource room named for her.  There was much support in the room for this naming process.  Two members of the Regional Committee abstained from voting due to the process involved with the naming sub-committee.

A Southborough Police Officer is out on a work related injury and his position had been being filled by a part time reserve police officer.  Chief Jane Moran had asked Selectmen if they would allow William Woodford to continue in that role.  Selectmen recommended that the police department cover that shift with overtime.  The concern is that Officer Woodford could potentially collect unemployment benefits from the town if he continued in the full time capacity until the injured officer returned to duty.  Speaking of the Southborough Police Department they will be hiring a Lieutenant in the near future.

Anyone driving route 30 and route 85 will notice the tall grasses now weighing down in tufts at the St. Mark’s field.  The sign on the field says they are letting it grow into meadow as part of the school going green.

And a message from the Southborough Town House and the DPW :


Drawing Classes for Adults and Kids

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Explore the beauty and diversity of the plant kingdom with pencil and paper in Drawing Plants and Flowers, a workshop for adults on Saturday, October 16, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.

A few spots remain for two kids' drawing classes, Capturing Insects with Pencil and Paper on Saturday, October 9, 2:00-3:30 pm and Drawing from Life and Imagination on Tuesdays, October 12 through November 16, 3:40-5:00 pm.

Call 617.495.2341 or email reservations@oeb.harvard.edu to sign-up.
Photo by Tony Rinaldo.

Sports and Recreation
Start of a New Season

September 16, 2010 - The ARHS Girls Varsity Field Hockey team won their home opener game, 3-0 over Fitchburg for the first win of the season.

All in the Family

September 15, 2010 - The Baldelli children learn what it's like to vote at the Primary election yesterday.

September 14, 2010 Election Results Southborough

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Eagle Scout

September 15, 2010 - Michael Rea (right) had his Boy Scout troop 1 assist him with his Eagle Scout project.  Michael outfitted the town's CERT trailer as his project.  This past Sunday he became an Eagle Scout.


400 Main Street

Walpole, Massachusetts  02081

Phone:  508.668.0268 ext 399 FAX: 508.668.0612


We cordially invite you to Open House 2010

Sunday, October 3, 2010

1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

There will be activities, demos & exhibits as follows:

Admissions Information

Free Refreshments

Computer Lab
Heavy Equipment Operation

Animal Exhibits

Dog Grooming & Obedience

Tree Climbing Demo

Landscape Garden Display

And much, much more. . . .



FRAMINGHAM-Laurel Ann Tanenholtz, age 51, passed away on September 13, 2010 after a courageous struggle with lung cancer. She grew up in Southborough, graduating from Algonquin Regional High School '77 and Franklin Pierce College, '82. As a licensed social worker she provided caring and skilled services to clients. She was active in the cause of peace, and her life was enriched by art and music. She was kind and compassionate in her relationships and cherished her family and many friends. She leaves her father Stanley Tanenholtz of Southborough, mother Helene Tanenholtz of Shrewsbury, sisters Holly Tanenholtz of Marlborough and Fern Taylor of Altadena CA, and her niece Jillian Taylor. A memorial service will be held in celebration of Laurel's life on Saturday, September 25th at 11 am at The First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, Vernon Street, in Framingham. Arrangements are under the care of the Norton Funeral Home, Framingham. In lieu of flowers donations in her name may be made to The Peace Abbey, 2 North Main Street, Sherborn 01770.



Worcester – Worcester County Sheriff candidate Lew Evangelidis announced today that if elected he will end the long standing practice of having the Sheriff’s personal name appear on department vehicles.  Evangelidis has already committed to removing the Sheriff’s personal name from the Mobile Command Unit and has also pledged to extend that policy to all vehicles at the Sheriff’s Department. 


Evangelidis, a former assistant district attorney and assistant state prosecutor said, “It has long been the custom of Sheriff’s Departments throughout the Commonwealth and the country to have the Sheriff’s personal name on every department vehicle.  Those vehicles are to serve the people of Worcester County and perform the functions of the Sheriff’s Department, not to promote an individual.  I will end this costly practice and guarantee that not one nickel of taxpayer money will be used to paint my name on a vehicle.”


To learn more about the proposals laid out by Evangelidis, please visit his website at www.lewforsheriff.com

Polito Campaign Launches First Television Ad
Republican Candidate for Treasurer Sets Sight on General Election

SHREWSBURY - Karyn Polito today launched her first television ad, just one day after the state primary.

Opening scenes of the ad feature Polito at home with her family and working at the small business her family runs. "I'm a mom, a small business owner, a fighter for my community," says Polito. Later scenes show Polito greeting people in Boston's historic North End neighborhood, which is where her great-grandfather lived.

"I want to keep the American Dream alive with fewer taxes, less spending, more jobs," says Polito. She also refers to her proposal for 'no pensions for politicians', whereby she advocates taking guaranteed state pensions away from newly-elected state officials. The ad finishes with a pledge to voters: "I'm not in this race to help myself, but to work for you."

Polito's ad is running statewide on broadcast and cable television. To view the ad online, please click here.

Karyn Polito is the Republican candidate running for the office of state treasurer. A former selectman and lottery commissioner, she currently serves as a state representative for the 11th Worcester District. An attorney by trade, she helps run a century-old family business that specializes in commercial real estate development and resides in her hometown of Shrewsbury with husband Steve and two children ages 5 and 7.

For more information about the campaign, please visit www.KarynPolito.com.

Sports and Recreation
Join Rukjam as they play us off at the start of the Southborough 
Rotary 5k walk/run 10k run to fill the Southborough Food Pantry on 
10/10 at 10am!
Where Were You?

September 14, 2010 - Voters were sparse as the state's primary election took place today.

Peek a Boo

September 14, 2010 - How to sneak up on a frog. Very quietly.


Sports and Recreation
Have you checked out the new Southborough Recreation Website yet?

Click Here for calendar and events

View DetailsMassachusetts Primary Tuesday September 14, 2010

State Primary - September 14, 2010
Polls Open - 7am - 8pm
Voter Registration Deadline - August 25, 2010
Town Clerk's Office open until 8pm

State Election - November 2, 2010
Polls Open - 7am - 8pm
Voter Registration Deadline - October 13, 2010
Town Clerk's Office open until 8pm

Polling Locations Town of Southborough Precinct Map

Go to www.wheredoivotema.com to check your voting location.

There are (3) three polling locations in Southborough

o    Precinct 1 - A.S. Woodward Memorial School, 28 Cordaville Rd

o    Precinct 2 - P. Brent Trottier Middle School, 49 Parkerville Rd

o    Precinct 3 - Mary E. Finn School, 60 Richards Rd

Questions? Feel free to call the Town Clerk 508.485.0710           508.485.0710       x5 or email TownClerk@southboroughma.com 

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Need to work off some of those Labor Day pounds? Take a 5Kwalk/run 10Krun with the Southborough Rotary on October 10 at 10am! Win a $100 Roche Bros gift card!! See this site or www.southboroughrecreation.org    for registration details.

Registration form

Neighboring Flyover

September 13, 2010 - This copter was flying just over the border in Westborough.  From the sign on it they were doing aerial photo surveys of some sort this past Sunday.

Sports and Recreation

Sudbury Valley Trustees


Wolbach Farm Wednesday, September 29, 7:00-9:00pm

SVT will be hosting a talk entitled "Remote Wilderness Destinations in New England" by Matt Heid, author and contributing editor to AMC Outdoors. Discover New England's wildest and most scenic places as Matt presents images and highlights from his book AMC's Best Backpacking in New England - A Guide to 33 of the Best Multi-Day Trips from Maine to Connecticut. Bring your questions! Books will be available for sale. Matt holds a degree in Earth & Planetary Science from Harvard University and is the author of three hiking guidebooks. He maintains an AMC outdoor gear blog at www.amcequipped.blogspot.com

Members: Free, Non-Members: $10

For additional information and registration, visit www.svtweb.org or call 978-443-5588


September 12, 2010 - Two spotted White-Tailed babes head into the woods.

Scarecrows Ready to Come Back


Scarecrows Come to Town


Heritage Day, 2010

Community House front lawn

Contest October 9th-11th

On Display until 16th

All are welcome to create a Scarecrow!



Prizes awarded in 4 categories!

And……Best of Show!

For information, rules, and official entry form

Visit these locations:

Library-Town Hall-Recreation Center

Or call (508)481-5156 or (508)485-3595

Deadline for entry form is October 8th

Police Log

Friday 9/10

Arrest Framingham Road and Cross Street

Commercial alarm Turnpike road

Residential alarm Ledge Hill Road

Radar Deerfoot Road

Radar Southville Road

MV accident route 9 and Breakneck Hill Road

MV accident route 9

Arrest Turnpike Road

Residential alarm Leonard drive

Medical Cottage Street

Fire training Main Street

MV stop violation Central st and Railroad crossing

Motor Vehicle stop violation Boston Road

Motor Vehicle stop violation Cordaville road

Arrest Boston road and Causeway, Framingham hit and run suspect  More of the Police Log

Sunday  12

Monday  13

Tuesday 14

Wednesday 15

Thursday 16

Friday 17

Saturday 18

closed Story Time
Sep 13 10:30 AM  






Southborough Library  website:  Click here


Senior Center Activities

13 Monday  14Tuesday 15 Wednesday 16 Thursday 17 Friday 18 Saturday
8:30 AM Health Clinic 8:30 am Walking Group 8:30 am Health clinic 9:30 AM Mah Jongg
9:30 AM Painting class
9:00 AM center opens
9:30 AM cribbage
9:30 am Tai Chi
8:30 AM Wii Fitness
12:00 PM Blue Plate Special
9:30 am Pool 10:00 AM Bocce
2:00 PM Fitness 10:00 AM Bocce 10:00 AM Canasta
12 Ping Pong
10 AM Creative Writers
12:00 PM pitch  
  12:00 Pitch Awareness program: Better Business Bureau 1:00 PM Bridge  
2 PM Fotmess

Click here for the Senior Center Website

Support Our Senior Centers:

Stop on in and get your "Senior Centers Bumper Sticker"

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.

Services : Outreach: Cynthia Henderson Beard    

Hours: M, T, W 7:30 – 3:30, Th 7:30-1:30

Outreach is a service provided to seniors and their adult children. Many seniors living in the community want nothing more than to live out their years in their own homes. In order to do so, some people may need additional supports or equipment, technology or services that will enable them to do so safely. Following an assessment or interview, Outreach services can connect you with the supports and services that may help you live independently as well as safely in your own home.

These supports may include, but are not limited to;

  • Home Healthcare
  • Homemaking services
  • Medication Management
  • Personal Emergency systems
  • Adult Day Health
  • Caregiver support groups
  • Transportation
  • Equipment Vendors
  • Veterans Agent
  • SHINE counseling
  • Aging Service Access Point
  • Elder Law Attorneys
  • Geriatric Care Managers
  • Mediation

Outreach can also give you information and refer you to programs that are designed to help make things a little easier in these difficult times, such as;

  • Fuel Assistance
  • Prescription Advantage
  • Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program and the local Food Pantry.

Many people find that their lives would be simplified by relocating to a Senior Community or an Assisted Living facility. Others may require skilled care and will need to move to a Nursing Home. There are many things to consider and it can be helpful to have someone to review the points of consideration or even have someone gather the information for you. Outreach can do this at a time when you may have other things on your mind.

Southborough meetings

September 13 to September 17, 2010





Board of Selectmen - Agenda 9/13 5:00 PM Upper Hearing Room, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road

Metrowest Regional Transit Authority - Agenda


4:30 PM

37 Waverly Street, Framingham

Open Space Preservation - Agenda 9/13 7:00 PM Second floor Conference Room, Town House
Planning Board - Agenda 9/13 7:00 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room, Town House
Americans with Disabilities Committee - Agenda 9/15 9:00 AM Town Administrator's Office, Town House
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Building Committee - Agenda 9/15 7:00PM School Committee Conference Room, Assabet Valley Regional High School
Library Board of Trustees - Agenda 9/15 5:00 pm Southborough Public Library, 25 Main Street
Metropolitan Area Planning Council - Agenda 9/15 10:00 AM 6th Floor Conference Room #1, 60 Temple Place, Boston
Metropolitan Area Planning Council - Agenda 9/15 11:30 AM 3rd Floor Conference Room, 60 Temple Place, Boston
MBTA Triangle Committee - Agenda 9/15 8:30 PM Country Kitchen, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road
Northborough/Southborough Regional School Committee - Collective Bargaining Subcommittee - Agenda 9/15 6:00 PM Algonquin Regional High School Library Classroom D110i, 79 Bartlett Street, Northborough
Northborough/Southborough Regional School Committee - Agenda 9/15 7:00 PM Algonquin Regional High School Library, 79 Bartlett Street, Northborough
Open Space Preservation - Agenda 9/15 7:00 PM Upper Hall, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road
Regional Transporation Advisory Council - Agenda 9/15 3:00 pm State Transportation Building, Conference Room 4, 10 Park Plaza, Boston
Southborough Housing Authority - Agenda 9/15 7:30 PM Colonial Gardens Community Building, 49 Boston Road
NATICK – Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney formally announced his support of Karyn Polito for state Treasurer.

“When I was Governor, I could count on Karyn Polito to stand with me when it came to keeping taxes low and cutting wasteful spending. She is a fiscal conservative who’s not afraid to take on the political machine. As Treasurer, Karyn will be a watchdog for the people, and we need more people like her in state government,” said Romney.

"I am honored to have the support of Governor Romney, and I appreciate him joining me in Natick today," said Polito. "Governor Romney was a strong fiscal manager when he was Governor. He balanced the budget, kept taxes low and left behind a $2 billion rainy day fund that has helped us get through the economic downturn. Massachusetts still needs those same fiscally conservative principles today, and I will bring that philosophy to the Treasurer's office."

Karyn Polito is the Republican candidate running for the office of state Treasurer. A former selectman and lottery commissioner, she currently serves as a state representative for the 11th Worcester District. An attorney by trade, she helps run a century-old family business that specializes in commercial real estate development and resides in her hometown of Shrewsbury with husband Steve and two children ages 5 and 7.

Space Weather News for Sept. 12, 2010

ARCTIC AURORA WATCH: A magnetic filament on the sun erupted during the late hours of Sept. 10th, hurling a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) into space.  The CME is not heading directly for Earth, but the cloud's southern flank could deliver a glancing blow to our planet's magnetic field on Sept. 12th or (more likely) Sept. 13th.  People in Alaska, Canada, Iceland, Greenland and Scandinavia should be alert for Northern Lights in the nights ahead.  Check http://spaceweather.com for updates and movies of the eruption that prompted this alert.

White Alz Logo, Purple BG 
Meet the Author Gary Reiswig
 Learn What's New in Alzheimer's Disease Research
 The Thousand Mile Stare 
Join us for this moving and
inspiring event.

For more information, contact Irene Hammer-McLaughlin, Associate Director, Alzheimer's Association, via e-mail or at 617.393.2052.
We look forward to 
 welcoming you.
World Alzheimer's Day
Tuesday, September 21st, 2010
6:30 pm
Border's Bookstore
511 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116
From Gary Reiswig's story of his ancestral roots in a small German Town, to Dr. Alois Alzheimer's discovery of the disease, to the Reiswig's triumphs and tragedies on their Oklahoma farm, to a modern-day congressional hearing room, this book offers profound insight into the devastating world of Alzheimer's, and hope for the development of a cure.
Gad Marshall, MD will join us to share his insights. Dr. Marshall is Associate Neurologist, Associate Medical Director of Clinical Trials at the Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Assistant in Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital.
5.3 million individuals in this country have Alzheimer's Disease - more than 200,000 of these individuals are under the age of 65. One in eight baby boomers is at risk.

Monday 9/13

3:00PM B V Golf vs. Keefe Technical High Scho

3:30PM B V Soccer @ Keefe Technical High Scho

3:30PM G JV Soccer vs. Keefe Technical High Scho

3:30PM G V Field Hockey @ Worcester South

Tuesday 9/14

3:30PM B V Cross Country vs. Keefe Technical High Scho

Wednesday 9/15

3:00PM B V Golf @ Shawsheen Valley Tech HS

3:30PM B V Soccer vs. Nashoba Valley TechHS

3:30PM G V Soccer @ Bay Path RegTechHS

4:00PM G JV Volleyball @ Sutton High School

5:15PM G V Volleyball @ Sutton High School

Thursday 9/16

3:00PM B V Golf vs. Minuteman Regional HS

3:30PM B FR Football vs. Hudson High School

7:00PM B V Football @ Hudson High School

Friday 9/17

3:30PM B V Cross Country @ Clinton High School

3:30PM B V Soccer vs. Bay Path RegTechHS

3:30PM G V Soccer vs. Greater Lowell Tech HS

3:30PM G JV Soccer vs. Greater Lowell Tech HS

3:30PM G V Field Hockey vs. Clinton High School

ARHS Sports

Monday 9/13

3:30PM B JV Football @ St. Peter Marian H.S

3:30PM B FR Football vs. St. Peter Marian H.S

3:30PM B V Golf vs. Nashoba Regional H.S.

3:30PM G V Field Hockey @ Leominster High School

4:45PM G JV Field Hockey @ Leominster High School

Tuesday 9/14

3:30PM B V Cross Country vs. Nashoba Regional H.S.

3:30PM G V Cross Country vs. Nashoba Regional H.S.

3:30PM B V Golf vs. Westboro High School

3:30PM G FR Field Hockey vs. Marlborough High School

4:00PM B JV Soccer @ Wachusett Regional H.S.

4:00PM G JV Soccer @ Wachusett Regional H.S.

4:00PM B FR Soccer vs. Groton Dunstable Regional

4:00PM G FR Soccer vs. Groton Dunstable Regional

5:00PM B V Soccer vs. Wachusett Regional H.S.

7:00PM G V Soccer vs. Wachusett Regional H.S.

Wednesday 9/15

3:30PM G V Field Hockey vs. Fitchburg H.S.

3:45PM G JV Volleyball @ Shrewsbury High School

4:45PM G JV Field Hockey vs. Fitchburg H.S.

5:00PM G V Volleyball @ Shrewsbury High School

Thursday 9/16

3:30PM B V Golf @ Shrewsbury High School

4:00PM B JV Soccer vs. North Middlesex H S

4:00PM G JV Soccer vs. North Middlesex H S

4:00PM B FR Soccer @ North Middlesex H S

4:00PM G FR Soccer @ North Middlesex H S

4:00PM G JV Volleyball vs. Nashoba Regional H.S.

4:00PM G FR Volleyball vs. Nashoba Regional H.S.

5:00PM G V Soccer @ North Middlesex H S

5:15PM G V Volleyball vs. Nashoba Regional H.S.

7:00PM B V Soccer @ North Middlesex H S

Friday 9/17