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September 26, 2010 - October 2, 2010

Good Day for a Yard Sale

October 2, 2010 - Cindi Barnes (above) holds up some of the items that were at her yard sale today. Meanwhile, some lucky customers walked away with some finds (below). Cindi has been holding the yard sales for several years now in support of MS and the American Cancer Society which are the beneficiaries of one hundred percent of the sales.  Several students from the Trottier School did their community service by assisting with the prices, setting up and picking up the items.

Raising Funds

October 2, 2010 - Ben Willis and Troop 1 members wash cars in support of Ben's Eagle Project.  Ben is building a bridge over a stream along the Bay Circuit Trail behind the Staples corporate office.  Ben has had to draw up plans and present them to Framingham Conservation members and engineers for approval.  The trail has had people building a rock bridge over the stream which caused it to flood.  The bridge will allow the stream to flow more naturally while still getting people to the other side.

Sports and Recreation
ARHS VS Gardner

October 2, 2010 - ARHS football was played today rather than in the Friday rains.

Patricia Ann (Linehan) Landry,  64, of Southborough, died unexpectedly on October 1, 2010 at UMass Memorial Hospital in Worcester.

She was the beloved wife of Frank Landry for the past 44 years.

Mrs. Landry was a long time special needs aide at Assabet Valley Regional School in Marlborough , retiring in 2003. Pat was also an active member of St. Matthew Church in Southborough. Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her children and grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children, Lisa McManamin and her husband Thomas of Sandwich; Kevin Landry and his wife Kathy of Westborough; Scott Landry of Southborough;  Sean Landry and his wife Kathy of Natick; a brother, Cornelius Linehan and his wife Robin of Newburyport; brother-in-laws, Paul Landry of Grafton and William Purcell and his wife Shirlee of Waltham; her beloved grandchildren, Marie McManamin, Nicholas  and Jay Landry, Meaghan, Elizabeth, William, and Harrison Landry and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours will be held on Monday, October 4, from 4 to 8 PM at the Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main St . Southborough.  www.morrisfuneralparlor.com 

A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, October 5, at 11 AM at St. Matthew Church, Highland St .  Southborough.  Burial will follow in the Rural Cemetery  in Southborough

Memorial contributions maybe sent in her memory to:

Critical Care Unit, U Mass Memorial, 333 South Street,  

Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

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Yard Sale to Benefit Muscular Dystrophy and the Jimmy Fund

Yard Sale to benefit Charity - Lots of Great stuff (Southborough MA)

Saturday October 2nd from 8 AM to 1 PM. 10 Banfill Lane Southborough, MA

(Route 9 East - Right on Parkerville - Right on Fairview - Left on Banfill)

100% of all proceeds will benefit American Cancer Society and Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

*Baseball Pitchback and other sporting equipment
* TVs
* Furniture
* Bikes
* Printer
* Custom Window Treatments
* Ceiling Fan Lamp
* Full Set of Dishes
* Loads of kids toys and books


7th Annual Yard sale with 100% of proceeds donated

The Barnes family have been holding a yard sale for the past six years to benefit these two charities. 

Check out the new Classified Page.  The old page no longer worked so I am trying a new system.  If you have furniture, an upcoming yard sale, kittens, antiques, a vehicle or are holding a fund raiser and more send me an email with the information and contact number and I will place it on the website.  Most ads are free of charge, however businesses please see our regular advertisement rates as the classifieds will not be shown anywhere else on this site and not link back to any website unless a regular ad has been taken out. Thanks.

Welcome back to school!

The Box Tops committee would like to take this opportunity to remind you how clipping

Box Tops for Education can make such a difference for our students.

Every year, each school earns hundreds of dollars that go directly towards the

wonderful cultural arts programs that our children enjoy at school. Here’s how you

can help…

Earn cash for our school with Box Tops for Education!

Make a difference each time you go to the store just by purchasing your favorite brands.

Clip and earn in three easy steps…

1. Clip Box Tops…from hundreds of your favorite General Mills products found throughout your

local stores. Each Box Top is worth 10¢ and Bonus and Super Box Tops are worth more!

2. Send Box Tops to School…Our school will collect submitted Box Tops and send them to General

Mills. Send them to school with your child (in a baggie/envelope labeled “Box Tops”) or bring

them to your school’s office at anytime.

3. Our School Earns Cash…Twice a year, General Mills will send our school a check worth 10¢ for

each Box Top redeemed (30¢ for Super Box tops). Our school can earn up to $20,000/year.

We have a submission deadline approaching, so please

gather up all of the Box Tops you saved over the

summer and send them into school by

Friday, October 15

Please visit www.boxtops4education.com for additional ways to earn money for your school,

to see participating products or to print out valuable coupons. Through this website, you can also

enter an online contest to win up to 1000 bonus Box Tops for your school or you can simply enter the

sweepstakes by visiting http://bettycrocker.promo.eprize.com/win100boxtops

Woodward School and Neary School

Please call Gretchen Hartnett at 508 624‐6785 for more information.


On Jessica Theroux's journey through Italy she found the soul of the Slow Food movement in the hearts of 12 Italian Grandmothers.

In October comes a remarkable nationwide culinary event...
Welcome Books presents


A Slow Taste of Italy

(October 11-17, 2010)
At an array of great (and mostly Italian) restaurants across North America
• • • •

Each restaurant will host a special dinner celebrating local food and the publication of an extraordinary new book


In Southborough:

Wednesday, October 13, 6:30pm
Tomasso Trattoria & Enoteca
, The Crossing, 154 Turnpike Rd, Southborough, MA 01772


"We have forgotten how to feed ourselves and each other and are at risk of losing our culinary heritage. However, when the stories are told and the recipes retained, we somehow manage to secure them for the future."

—Alice Waters, from her introduction

In each of twenty-five restaurants, local slow food organizations and Edible magazines will have been involved in choosing and often sponsoring these special dinners. Jessica Theroux will be present at a small number. Each restaurant will make books available with commemorative bookplates designed by Gregory Wakabayashi, signed by Jessica Theroux, and limited to 1,000 copies.

Chefs at select restaurants from Staten Island to Napa Valley will develop menus inspired by the book. The complete list will be posted on September 29th at: www.welcomebooks.com/cookingwithitaliangrandmothers/aslowtaste

Cooking with Italian Grandmothers (October; $40; Welcome Books ISBN 978-1-59962-089-3) is an unprecedented photographic personal journey into the heart of Italy, steeped in a culinary tradition that celebrates the principles that define the Slow Food movement. From the dramatic winter shores of Ustica to the blooming hills of Tuscany in spring, readers will journey through Italy's most diverse regions and seasons, to discover the country's most delectable dishes, from the traditional to the unexpected, and meet the storied grandmothers who make them.


For more information on the events go to:


Sports and Recreation

Brookline Bird Club

Bolton Flats. Morning.

This walk will focus on the good variety of sparrows often seen here as well as other fall migrant landbirds. Be prepared for possibly muddy and wet conditions. Meeting Place: Parking area for the main entrance to Bolton Flats off Rte. 117 (west of intersection with Rte. 110 and on the right immediately after Bolton/Lancaster town line). 8:00 AM

Jonathan Center, Chelmsford (978)256-4489     

Charles River Wheelmen

Bridges of the Sudbury River

Sunday - October 3

Ride Type: Cue Sheet, Arrowed
Times and Routes: 9:30 AM for 17, 27 or 60 miles
Leaders: Alison Sheridan
Description: Cross eight bridges of the Sudbury River and see a ninth (one that George Washington crossed). Cruise along in the beautiful Sudbury River valley with 4 hills to keep you warm. The river should be back safely within its banks.

The 60 mile route crosses the river another 14 times as you head thru Framingham, Ashland, Hopkinton and Southboro toward the headwaters. Caution: this route has a few bumpy roads and a little urban riding in Framingham but also explores some new roads that haven't been arrowed before.

The arrow is a white thermometer.

Both Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts are within 1/4 mile of the end of the ride. Active rain cancels.
Notes: Commuter Rail Arrives Concord 9:18 AM, Departs 11:59 AM or 2:34 PM. Verify train schedule at www.mbta.com
Start: Crosby Market Parking Lot (Near train station) 211 Sudbury Road Concord, MA (map)
Directions: Take Rt. 2 West. Turn Right on Sudbury Road (4th light from Rte. 128) in Concord. Parking lot is about 3/4 mile on the right before the tracks. Please park away from the stores. Overflow parking at Concord Carlisle High School.


September 30, 2010 - Southborough News reader Cameron Martin shared this photo of two bluebirds bopping in a puddle during this week's heavy rains.  Thinking maybe a bath before heading south?

Southborough's New Tower

September 30, 2010 - Southborough's new Tower 21 went through its final inspection this week and the Fire Department is hoping for an October 12, 2010 delivery. The ladder is 100'.


“Learn how to Maximize Your College Financial Aid” at Southborough Public Library – Tuesday, October 12 at 7:00 p.m.

 This meeting is a must for all parents of college-bound high school students, including freshmen and sophomores. Learn the college financial aid process and how to access the more than $100 billion in financial aid dollars available to even high-income families and business owners.  Protect your assets and, effectively, lower your college costs - learn how to protect the equity in your home and enhance your retirement savings as you educate your child. Bring a basic knowledge of your income, taxes, and assets. Central Mass College Funding Advisors, LLC provides financial aid information to the Central Massachusetts area.  Visit them at www.centralmasscfa.com
 Dave Landry, College Funding Advisor, has 28 years experience working with local and national organizations as a meeting facilitator and trainer.
For more information, or to register for the presentation, please contact the Southborough Public Library, at 25 Main Street in Southborough, at (508) 485-5031. See you at the Library for Maximizing your College Financial Aid on Tuesday, October 12 at 7:00 p.m.


September 30, 2010 Flood Watch In effect from this evening through Friday Afternoon,
The NWS in taunton has issued a
Flood watch for portions of northern Connecticut, Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire and Rhode Island, including the following areas, In Northern Connecticut, hartford ct, Tolland Ct And windham ct. In Massachusetts, eastern franklin ma, Eastern Hampden Ma, Eastern Hampshire ma, Northern Middlesex Ma, Northern Worcester Ma, Southern worcester ma, Western Franklin Ma, Western Hampden Ma and western hampshire ma. In southern New Hampshire, Cheshire Nh and western and central hillsborough nh. In Rhode Island, eastern kent ri, Northwest Providence Ri, Southeast providence ri, Washington Ri And western kent ri.
From this evening through Friday afternoon
Rain with embedded tropical downpours will spread into western sections of Connecticut and Massachusetts by afternoon and then spread to central Massachusetts, Southwest New Hampshire and western Rhode Island by this evening. Rain will likely be heavy at times through Friday morning. By Friday afternoon, A widespread 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected across the watch area with locally higher amounts to 6 inches possible.
Urban street flooding is expected. In addition, Small Streams could go into flood in any locations where more than about 5 inches of rain falls within a 6 to 12 hour time frame.
Precautionary/preparedness actions,
A flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts.
You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

wind advisory now in effect until 11 am edt Friday
The wind advisory is now in effect until 11 am edt Friday.
Southerly winds will gust between 40 and 50 mph through Friday morning, especially across exposed terrain. A cold front will allow winds to shift to the north and diminish by Friday afternoon.
A wind advisory is issued when sustained winds are forecast to be 31 to 39 mph or gusts will range between 46 and 57 mph. Winds this strong are capable of downing small tree limbs and branches, possibly causing isolated power outages. Driving can also be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.


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“Halloween Fantasy Fun”

Saturday, October 30th 11am -3pm Hopkinton High School

September 20, 2010 --- Bring your children to Hopkinton High School for the HHS Drama Ensemble’s Halloween Fantasy Fun Day, Saturday, October 30, 11am – 3pm (open admission). At this family friendly, non-scary event, princesses, knights and favorite story book characters will come to life and enchant visitors through skits and interactive singing. As you travel along an enchanted journey you will experience unique Halloween entertainment, indoor trick-or-treating, face painting, seasonal arts & craft activities, and games.

Halloween Fantasy Fun is a great way for families to kick-off their Halloween weekend! Wear your costumes! Admission is $7/child with $20/family maximum. To learn more about the event visit: www.hhsdramaensemble.com or contact Barb Timko at hopkintondrama@gmail.com please put “Halloween” in the subject line.

All proceeds from the event will support the HHS Drama Ensemble’s trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. HHS drama is proud to have been selected to perform at the prestigious arts festival, as part of the American High School Theatre Festival (AHSTF) in August 2011. For more information about the trip, or to make a donation contact Valerie von Rosenvinge at vvonrosenvinge@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

Sports and Recreation

September 30, 2010 - ARHS boys Soccer team took on Milford Wednesday.

September 30, 2010 - Varsity field hockey vs. North Middlesex...avenged the season opening loss, final was 3-2.

Walking for a Purpose

September 28, 2010 - The Southborough Sidewinders will be walking in the Juveniles Diabetes Research Foundation's (JDRF) Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, October 2 @ 11:00 AM, starting at the Boston Hatch Shell.

The boys who make-up the team hosted a bake sale last Sunday at the Westborough Stop&Shop, attached is a photo.

Anyone interested in supporting/joining the team can log onto www.jdrf.org.  

Sports and Recreation

Worcester Chapter of the AMC presents:

Cranberry Picking Hike

Date: 10/02/2010

Meet at 2:00pm, Tahanto High School on Route 70 in Boylston. Short walk to cranberry bog at water's edge. Chance for longer hike or geocaching.

Activity Category: Hiking, Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Central
State: MA
Country: USA
Status: Open
Leader: Ed Fanjoy 339-227-8067
Co-Leader: Pat Fanjoy
Trip Difficulty: Easy


Lead the Way

September 28, 2010 - Ever hiked the Reservoir Trail? How about the Breakneck Hill Conservation Area? Other nearby cities and towns also have hiking opportunities.  Hike for the love of the outdoors or for your health but there are plenty of choices.

Southborough Open Land Foundation

Sudbury Valley Trustees

Dept. of Conservation and Recreation

Westborough Charm Bracelet

Trustees of Reservations

MA Audubon

Hopkinton Trails Club

American Trails

There will be a Holiday Care Package Drive to Support Our Troops at the Senior Center on Saturday (9-4) and Sunday (9-3), October 16th and 17th. Conditions in Afghanistan are really tough and they need lots of support to improve living conditions and boost morale.

Please read the attached flier carefully. Lots of changes! Based on feedback from our troops we continue to make changes to the list in order to ship safely and cost effectively, so we can give them what they need. Think of the soldiers as family members when you are choosing your items and packing for them.


Through your generosity and support we have shipped over 110,000 lbs. and 5,000 boxes over the past 11 Care Package Drives, since Lisa Braccio started this in 2005. This is an opportunity for us to thank our courageous warriors for their service and sacrifice.

No donation is too little, too large or too late! Here are some ways you can help…

1.. Make a donation. Postage (about $6,000) and purchased items are a huge expense for us. You may send me a check made out to CARE PACKAGES FOR TROOPS. We’ve received checks from as far away as Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Colorado, and Arizona!

2. Purchase items on the attached shopping list and bring them to the Senior Center on 10/16and 10/17. INDIVIDUAL not bulk size please.

3. Bring a bunch of cards with a note of thanks and encouragement. They love cards! Some soldiers get nothing at all – no mail, no care packages.

4. Give an hour or two of your time that weekend to help pack care packages. Wonderful community service project for students.

5. Organize your friends, employees, church, clubs, Scouts, students, and collect donations and items and make cards.

6. Send this e-mail and flier to everyone you know to share the opportunity to help. If you can help us to get the word out that would be terrific!

The troops tell us that we can never truly know how deeply touched they are by your generosity.

We would be so grateful for anything anyone wants to do and will make it as easy for you to help as I can. If you aren’t around that weekend, we would be happy to pick up your items.

Proud Army Moms of 1LT Courtney Wilson 864th EN BN!
Deb and Lisa
Debbie Depp Wilson
88 Sears Road
Southborough, MA 01772

Gray "Ghost"

September 27, 2010 - Not your average wild turkey coloring.

A Call to Artists

The Post Road Art Center is asking artists to submit work for the

Abstract Show 2010


Mud Flats

                                                                                by Randi Isaacson

All media accepted in any style, not to exceed 32” x 40”

3-D not to exceed 20” diameter x 40”

Submissions will be accepted Sept. 23rd – 30th

The judge for this show is Bob Collins

from the Danforth Museum School in Framingham, Mass.


Prizes Will Be Awarded:

1st Place $75.00

2nd Place $50.00

3rd Place $25.00

Peoples Choice $50.00

Opening Reception: Thurs. Oct. 7th, 5:30-8:00pm

View the show until Oct. 30th

More Info and Registration Form are available at our website www.postroadartcenter.com

Post Road Art Center

1 Boston Post Road East

Marlborough, Ma 01752


email: Randi@postroadartcenter.com

Assabet Valley Tech will be holding GED tests. You  can register on Oct. 5 at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School.

The sign-up runs from 4 to 7 p.m. Participants must bring a photo identification and a money order for $65 made out to Assabet Valley, as the school will not accept cash or check. Participants from 16 to 18 years old must bring a letter from high school stating the date of withdrawal.

The GED test will be given at Assabet Valley Tech, 215 Fitchburg St., on Oct. 19, 20 and 21. Participants must attend all three nights.

The next registration session will be Nov. 2 for the Nov. 16, 17 and 18 testing dates.

For more information, call Andrea Cronin at 508-485-9430end_of_the_skype_highlighting, ext. 1216.

Sports and Recreation

The Marlboro Senior Softball teams went 1 for 3 this week

The Marlboro Jr Panthers traveled to Canton to take on the Canton Seniors and dropped both ends of their doubleheader 15 to 7 and 17 to 11.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Dennis Naylor going 4 for 5 Fred Scerra 3 for 5.

           The Sr Panthers entertained the Shrewsbury Seniors and split their doubleheader winning the 1st game 9 to 8 and dropping the 2nd 10 to 9.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Steve Goldstein going 4 for 6 and Walter Klaft going 3 for 6.

Team Records for the year are the Sr. Panthers 11 - 13 – 1 and the Jr. Panthers 18 and 14.

Fogged In

September 27, 2010 - Despite the fog the ARHS Girls Varsity Field Hockey beat Wachusett 3 - 0 tonight.

"Marlboro Senior Softball announces the start of their 2010/2011
Indoor season at the Fore Kicks II on Forest St in Marlboro.  We
play on Monday or Thursday mornings from 10-12 o'clock.  You must be
at least 50 yrs old this year.  We will have two sessions.  First
will be a 5 week program starting Nov 22 til Dec 20, 2010.  Second
session will start on Monday Jan 3 till April 11, 2011 for 12 weeks.

Anyone interested should contact Fred Scerra at 774-249-0143 or
marlsrsoftball@verizon.net.  This is a good chance to see what
Senior Softball is all about in a relaxed atmosphere and way to stay
in shape during the winter months and be ready for the spring
softball season.

Slots are limited so you should contact me as soon as possible."


Fred Scerra
Marlboro Senior Softball


Date: Saturday, October 2 , Time: 10:00am-Noon

Location: Gowing’s Swamp, Concord

Leader/Speaker: Naturalist and Photographer Cherrie Corey

Gowing's Swamp, an 8.9 acre, locally rare level bog and vernal pool complex, is nestled in a beautiful, glaciated woodland in Concord - a short walk from Thoreau's family home.  Due to Thoreau’s detailed studies of its inner kettlehole bog and plant life and his 38 references to its ecology and its more primal effects on his own nature, Gowing's Swamp has continued to attract noted writers, naturalists, photographers, and scientists to its shores for more than 150 years.  Cherrie has been studying and communing with the bog for more than 30 years, recently publishing a report for SVT documenting its history and ecology.  This walk will lead you around the bog and over glaciated woodland paths during its’ most colorful season.

Member Fee: Free | Non-Member Fee: $10

Register for this Event

SOLF Celebrates

September 26, 2010 - The Southborough Open Land Foundation celebrated the one year anniversary of the Beals preserve.

The Trustees of the Southborough Open Land Foundation want to thank you for attending the Beals Preserve Open House on Saturday. The event marked the one-year anniversary of the Grand Opening of the Beals Preserve and we were pleased to have so many people stop by.  We were also happy to have such gorgeous weather this year!

Special thanks to all those who were able to help the Trustees  clear brush and remove invasive species along the stone walls and field edges. Your help was most welcome.  We want to acknowledge the members of the Algonquin National Honor Society who helped as well as representatives of Boy Scout Troop 1.

We hope that you all had a chance to walk on our newest trail to Hickory Road.  The trail 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.

We hope that you continue enjoy this wonderful property!

Remember that you can find us at www.solf.org  and on Facebook

The SOLF Trustee

Foliage is Coming

September 27, 2010 - A trip this weekend to northern New Hampshire and Vermont showed that fall is truly on the way.

Sunday  26

Monday  27

Tuesday 28

Wednesday 29

Thursday 30

Friday 1

Saturday 2

closed Story Time
Sep 27 10:30 AM   






Southborough Library  website:  Click here

A message from Prudence Webster, Treasurer of the Friends of the Library:

We are getting ready for the annual Heritage Day Friends’ Book and Cookie Sale on Monday, October 11 from 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

In preparation for this sale on Monday, October 11, we will be sorting and separating book donations on the mornings of Wednesday, September 22 and September 29. Come and help us and get a sneak preview of this year’s stock!

Please drop off your cookie donations on Saturday, October 9, to the Library staff, or bring them on Monday at Heritage Day!  Thank you.  - Library Friends.


Senior Center Activities

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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 Tai Chi
8:30 AM Wii Fitness
10:00 AM Bocce
9:30 am Pool 10:00 AM Bocce
9:30 AM cribbage 11:00 AM Senior Singers 10:00 AM Canasta
12 Ping Pong
10 AM Creative Writers
12:00 PM pitch  
12:00 PM Blue Plate Special   11:30 AM The Minstrel Man 1:00 PM Bridge  
2:00 PM Fitness        

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 27 to October 1, 2010





MBTA Triangle Committee - Agenda 9/27 6:00 PM Country Kitchen, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road

Board of Selectmen - Agenda


6:00 PM

Upper Hall, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road

Cable Television Committee - Agenda 9/28/10 7:30 PM Cable Access Office, Fayville Village Hall, 42 Central Street
Capital Budget Committee - Agenda 9/28/10 7:30 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room, Town House
Worcester Regional Retirement System - Agenda 9/28/10 8:00 AM 23 Midstate Drive, Suite 106, Auburn
Zoning Advisory Committee - Agenda 9/29/10 7:00 PM Upper Hall, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road
Trust Fund - Agenda 9/29/10 5:00 pm First Floor Conference Room, Town House
Meadow Hay

September 27, 2010 -  St. Mark's field was recently mowed this week.

Sports and Recreation

September 26, 2010 - ARHS Soccer beat Shepherd Hill 4-0 Saturday night.

ARHS Sports

Sunday 9/26

Monday 9/27

3:30PM B FR Football @ Milford High School

3:30PM B V Golf vs. St. Johns H.S.

3:30PM G V Field Hockey @ Wachusett Regional H.S.

4:00PM G FR Field Hockey vs. St. Bernards Central

4:45PM G JV Field Hockey @ Wachusett Regional H.S.

5:00PM G JV Volleyball @ Milford High School

5:00PM G FR Volleyball @ Milford High School

7:00PM G V Volleyball @ Milford High School

Tuesday 9/28

3:30PM B V Cross Country @ North Middlesex H S

3:30PM G V Cross Country @ North Middlesex H S

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

3:30PM B FR Soccer vs. St. Johns H.S.

3:30PM G FR Soccer vs. Tahanto Regional H.S.

4:00PM B JV Soccer @ Milford High School

4:00PM G JV Soccer @ Milford High School

5:00PM B V Soccer vs. Milford High School

7:00PM G V Soccer vs. Milford High School

Wednesday 9/29

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

3:45PM G JV Volleyball vs. Marlborough High School

3:45PM G FR Volleyball vs. Marlborough High School

4:00PM G FR Field Hockey @ North Middlesex H S

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

5:00PM G V Volleyball vs. Marlborough High School

Thursday 9/30

3:30PM B V Golf vs. Fitchburg H.S.

4:00PM B JV Soccer vs. Leominster High School

4:00PM G JV Soccer vs. Leominster High School

5:00PM G V Soccer @ Leominster High School

7:00PM B V Soccer @ Leominster High School


Sunday 9/26

Monday 9/27

3:00PM B V Golf vs. Nashoba Valley TechHS

3:30PM B JV Football vs. BlackstoneValleyRegTechHS

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

3:30PM G JV Soccer vs. Bay Path RegTechHS

6:00PM B V Soccer @ Montachustt RegVocHS

Tuesday 9/28

3:30PM B V Golf vs. Montachustt RegVocHS

3:30PM B JV Golf vs. Montachustt RegVocHS

4:00PM G V Field Hockey @ Franklin County Technical

4:00PM G JV Volleyball vs. Sutton High School

5:15PM G V Volleyball vs. Sutton High School

Wednesday 9/29

3:00PM B V Golf vs. Montachustt RegVocHS

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

3:30PM G V Soccer @ Worcester North

3:30PM G V Field Hockey vs. Worcester South

Thursday 9/30

3:30PM B V Cross Country vs. AMC, Marlboro

3:30PM B FR Football @ Nashoba Valley TechHS

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

4:15PM G V Volleyball vs. Keefe Technical High Scho