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Archived Page 17

September 1, 2007 to  September 8, 2007

Eagle Scout Project

September 8, 2007 - Alex Keefe prepares to direct operations for his Eagle Scout Project.  Alex noticed while visiting Andover, MA a special reflective hydrant marker.  While looking around Southborough for a project, Alex noticed that Southborough had many non-reflective markers.  So ensued his quest to change that.  After contacting Southborough Fire Chief John Mauro and DPW Superintendent Karen Galligan Alex recruited Scouts, friends and family to assist him with replacing 200 hydrant markers today.  Below. Alex demonstrates to the volunteers how to loosen the port enough to slide the old hydrant marker off and replace it with a newer model.  These new markers will assist the Highway department in locating fire hydrants during snowstorms  and will help firefighters locate the hydrants in an emergency quicker at night time.

St. Matthew's Golf tournament, Monday, September 10th, 2007

Where: Framingham Country Club.  Registration forms are due back by September 1st!!  Raffle: Items needed for raffle such as gift certificates, etc.... Please contact Fr. Flynn if you are able to donate an item for the raffle.  Foursomes and sponsors are still needed.  Pick up forms at exits of the church. Thank you.

New Signs

September 8, 2007 - New signs and foundations for them now sit at route 85/9.

Nature

September 8, 2007 - A White Crab Spider takes care of a bee.

Get that car Washed

September 8, 2007 - Support the Algonquin Girls Field Hockey.  The team will be washing cars at the Southborough DPW till 1:00 PM today.

Left over Legacy

September 7, 2007 - The tractor and tiller sit in a field at Davco Conservation Land.  Southborough was once filled with many farms.  Very few remain in town.  Davco belongs to the citizens of Southborough.  The land hosts the Belted Galloway cow herd, trails, an awesome view toward the center of town and hosts the community gardens.

 

Police Log

9/5/2007 Wednesday

Patrol and building checks

Speeding: Latisquama Road, Parkerville Road

Radar: Southville Road, Middle and Main Street

21:22 vehicle fire MA pike East

20:23 Moulton Road, Neighbor Dispute

19:39 Commercial Alarm Turnpike road

17:53 Tractor trailer stuck Oakhill Road

17:42 assist citizen with directions

16:52 assist citizen with directions

16:31 Motor vehicle lockout Walnut drive

15:39 Fiddleneck Road, assist Long Cadillac with vehicle

14:05 transfer station violation

14:01 Sears Road Low Helicopter

13:35 transfer station violation

13:24 vehicle fire Breakneck Hill road

13:08 transfer station violation

12:11 transfer station violation

11:58 medical Newton Street

11:26 Transfer Station violation

11:25 child car safety install

10:03 court assignments

09:56 MVA 2 car Newton Street

09:55 911 accidental hang-up Marlboro Road

09:39 commercial fire alarm Turnpike Road

08:49 school resource officer Parkerville Road

08:42 MV disabled Main Street

07:36 MVA Cordaville Road, 2 car 1 Motorcycle No PI

05:52 Tara Road Pump Low water alarm

05:30 Boston Road Pump low water alarm

05:30 pump failure Northboro Road

9/4/2007 Tuesday

Traffic Enforcement: Middle Road, Parkerville and Main Street

Radar: Parkerville Road, Richards Road, Main Street, Middle Road, Woodbury Road

Building checks patrol checks

20:42 mutual aid ambulance route 9

20:17 prisoner bailed

19:39 Stowe Road House check

19:18 Gilmore Road assist with vehicle retrieval

18:33 911 hang-up Southwood Road

18:15 Parking complaint White Bagley Road

18:09 MVS violation Cross and Framingham Road

17:02 RR bridge Northboro Road loose board with nails

15:17 Medical Sunrise

11:33 MVA with PI MA pike

09:43 trespass Route 9

08:30 911 Hang-up

07:42 MV disabled Northboro Road

07:29 Breakneck Hill child won’t go to school

07:10 medical route 495 south

06:53 MVA investigation No PI Route 9 and Cordaville Road    More Police Log

Water under the Bridge. NOT!

September 7, 2007 - The keystone arched bridge that connects Southborough with Hopkinton shows how dry it has been.  Normally the Sudbury River would be running this streambed.  Now it is just a trickle beneath the rock and unseen from the eye.

SOUTHBOROUGH FIRE DEPARTMENT
DAILY LOG



TUESDAY 8/28/07

07:30 COMMERCIAL INSPECTION MARLBORO RD
C27 CAPT MAURO

08:00 SCHOOL INSPECTIONS MARLBORO RD
A29 FF WILLS FF CRINGAN
C27 CAPT MAURO

09:35 PLAN REVIEW - SMOKE DETECTOR OVERLOOK DR
C1 CHIEF MAURO

10:00 MISC FD ENTRY CORDAVILLE RD
C20 CHIEF MAURO
E22 FF ASPESI

15:30 SMOKE DETECTOR, RESALE PRENTISS ST
C27 CAPT MAURO

16:00 SMOKE DETECTOR, RESALE CENTRAL ST
C27 CAPT MAURO

19:14 HAZARDOUS CONDITION, OTHER. ACRE BRIDGE RD
A28 A GLECKEL
A29 FF WILLS FF PIERCE
C20 CHIEF MAURO
C30 FF CRINGAN
R25 FF ASPESI

22:45 ALARM SYSTEM MALFUNCTION CLIFFORD ST
E22 FF ASPESI FF CRINGAN
E23 FF PIERCE FF WILLS

23:41 TRAINING - OTHER MAIN ST
HQ4 FF ASPESI FF WILLS

23:48 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ4 FF ASPESI FF WILLS

Wednesday 8/29/07

07:30 SCHOOL INSPECTIONS MARLBORO RD
C27 CAPT MAURO

09:15 SCHOOL INSPECTIONS MARLBORO RD
A29 FF SHANAHAN FF COBB
C27 CAPT MAURO
E23 LT DANO FF ROACH

13:03 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ WOODBURY RD
A29 FF SHANAHAN FF COBB
C30 LT DANO

13:03 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ1 LT DANO FF COBB FF SHANAHAN FF ROACH

14:30 CO RE-INSPECTION CENTRAL ST
C27 CAPT MAURO

17:14 OUTSIDE FIRE [NOT GRASS/BRUSH] FISHER RD
C20 CHIEF MAURO
C27 CAPT MAURO
E22 LT DANO FF ROACH
E23 FF SHANAHAN FF COBB

22:29 ANIMAL RESCUE PINECONE LN
E22 LT DANO FF COBB


Thursday 8/30/07

03:22 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ TED LN
A29 FF SHANAHAN FF COBB

08:00 OIL BURNER CAROLYN TR
C27 CAPT MAURO

09:20 SITE PLAN REVIEW MAIN ST
C1 CHIEF MAURO

12:42 MED ASSIST/ASST EMS CREW WOODBURY RD
A29 FF RICE FF KANE

13:00 COMMERCIAL INSPECTION MARLBORO RD
C27 CAPT MAURO

13:30 OIL BURNER RED GATE LN
C27 CAPT MAURO

19:36 VEH ACCIDENT W/INJURIES BOSTON RD
A29 FF RICE FF KANE
E23 LT SADOWSKI FF STRONG


Friday 8/31/07

11:16 MOBILE PROP VEH FIRE,OTHER PARK ST
E22 LT PELTIER FF ASPESI FF PIERCE FF AMENDOLA

13:10 PUBLIC SERVICE ASSISTANCE, OTH BREAKNECK HILL RD
A29 FF ASPESI FF PIERCE
C20 CHIEF MAURO CHP C LISTER
C30 LT PELTIER

14:00 TRAINING - EMS MAIN ST
HQ3 F LT PELTIER FF ASPESI FF PIERCE FF AMENDOLA

16:03 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ3 LT PELTIER FF ASPESI FF PIERCE FF AMENDOLA

16:18 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ MAIN ST
A29 FF ASPESI FF PIERCE
C30 FF AMENDOLA


Saturday 9/1/07

00:03 PUBLIC SERVICE ASSISTANCE, OTH BOSTON RD
A29 FF RICE FF PIERCE

01:17 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ MAIN ST
A29 FF RICE FF PIERCE

12:41 TRAINING - EMS MAIN ST
HQ2 LT SADOWSKI FF WILLS FF KANE FF RICE

16:14 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ CLIFFORD ST
A28 FF RICE FF KANE
C30 LT SADOWSKI

20:16 MED ASSIST/ASST EMS CREW MOULTON RD
A28 FF RICE FF KANE

23:43 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ BOSTON RD
A28 FF RICE FF KANE
C30 LT SADOWSKI


Sunday 9/2/07

05:11 VEH ACCIDENT W/INJURIES PINE HILL RD
A28 FF RICE FF WILLS
E23 LT SADOWSKI FF KANE

15:03 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ NORTH STREET
A28 FF KANE FF AMENDOLA

16:01 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ BARN LN
A28 FF KANE FF AMENDOLA
E22 FF STRONG FF COBB


Monday 9/3/07

10:41 PUBLIC SERVICE ASSISTANCE, OTH MOULTON RD
A28 FF CRINGAN FF ASPESI
C30 CAPT HUBLEY

11:08 PUBLIC SERVICE ASSISTANCE, OTH TURNPIKE RD
A28 FF CRINGAN FF WILLS
C30 FF ASPESI

Algonquin Sports Today

Boys

Varsity

Cross Country

@

Shrewsbury High School

 

3:00pm

 Girls

Varsity

Cross Country

@

Shrewsbury High School

 

3:00pm

 Boys

Varsity

Golf

@

Wachusett Regional H.S.

 

3:30pm

 Girls

JV

Volleyball

VS

Clinton High School

Algonquin

4:00pm

 Girls

Varsity

Volleyball

VS

Clinton High School

Algonquin

5:00pm

 Boys

Varsity

Football

VS

Wachusett Regional H.S.

Algonquin

7:00pm

Southborough Players Logo

Auditions for Seussical The Musical This Weekend

 
Southborough Players Newsletter September  2007
 
 
 
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The Southborough Players are proud to Announce  Auditions for

Seussical The Musical
 
Directed by Marianne Lonati
Music Direction by Debbie Martin
 
Production Dates:
November 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 9th 10th & 11th
 
AUDITIONS 
 
will be held at the Trottier Middle School, 49 Parkerville Rd, Southborough, MA.
 
Friday September 7, 2007 
From 7:30 -9:00 pm
 
Saturday September 8, 2007
From 2:00-5:00 pm
 
Call Backs will be held
Sunday September 9, 2007  if needed.

 

Audition Requirements
 
Casting  of the children's rolls are limited to performers age 9 and over.
 
Please be ready to sing 16 bars of your favorite Broadway song and be prepared for cold readings from the script (which will be available at the Southborough
library). 
 

About the Play

 

Seussical will be performed by adults & children. It is a musical based on the books of Dr. Seuss that debuted on Broadway in 2000. The play's story is a rather complex amalgamation of many of Seuss' most famous books.

 

The plot of the show mirrors that of Horton Hears a Who!, centering on Horton the elephant's endeavors to protect the people of Who-ville, who live on a tiny speck of dust. It also features characters and scenarios from many other Seuss books, including the Butter Side Uppers / Downers from The Butter Battle Book, Gertrude McFuzz from Gertrude McFuzz, and some characters that never made an appearance in any of Dr. Seuss's books. The Cat in the Hat, an outside observer, acts as narrator and devil's advocate throughout the show, briefly leaping into the action on several occasions to create conflict and keep the story moving

 

Seussical Character Breakdown

 

THE CAT IN THE HAT  (Adult, Young Adult) is the essence of mischief, fun and imagination. The Cat stirs things up, causes trouble, but always sets things right again The Cat helps JoJo to discover the power of his imagination as they create the story of the show together. We are looking for a physically adept actor (male or female) to play The Cat, one who will be able to play many comic cameos and is comfortable improvising with an audience.

 

JOJO   (Teen, Child) is a "Thinker"--a smart child with a wild imagination. He can be played as being a little bit awkward, a little bit of a loner, or simply a rambunctious kid whose 'Thinks' get him into constant trouble. By the end of the show, he learns what it means to be a responsible member of his world, using the power and possibilities of his own 'Thinks.'

 

HORTON THE ELEPHANT  (Adult, Young Adult) is a gentle giant, rotund and appealing. Think of him as a big-hearted blue collar guy who is steadfast and responsible and always tries to do the right thing for his friends. He is imaginative and receptive to the world around him. He is not very self-conscious. Horton's view of the world never changes--he believes in its goodness.

 

GERTRUDE McFUZZ  (Adult,Young Adult)is very self-conscious and aware that her one-feather tail isn't perfect. Gertrude changes during the show from a vain, neurotic, nervous and shy bird into one with the power to protect and care for a baby elephant bird and commit herself to Horton. In other words, she stops worrying about her looks and grows up.

 

MAYZIE LA BIRD  (Adult,Young Adult)) is self-centered, selfish and vain. Mayzie will never admit to her own flaws. She manipulates anyone she can (especially Horton) into doing what she wants. But Mayzie isn't all bad. In giving up her egg to Horton once and for all, she has a moment of generosity--she realizes she isn't the kind of person who would be a good parent, and she does the best thing she can do for the egg.

 

SOUR KANGAROO  (Adult, Young Adult)) isn't really sour at all. She's just got a lot of attitude. She's loud, brassy and a lot of fun.

 

GENERAL GENGUS KHAN SCHMITZ (Adult,Young Adult) is bursting with pride at the military academy he runs, and the boys he turns out. He is not sadistic, mean or abusive. He is proud! He is doing the right thing for his boys! He is making the world a better place! This makes him a comic character, because it is clear he is so misguided. He should not be played as a villain or bully. By the end of the show, he discovers that making war may not be the right thing to do, and that adults can learn from children.

 

THE WICKERSHAM BROTHERS (Young Adult, Teen)are not bad guys! They're simply a lot like kids who tease, play pranks and get a kick out of making mischief, although often at others' expense. They enjoy hanging around with one another, making music together on the street corner, and playing off one another. Each brother should find his own Wickersham persona.    

 

THE WHOS (Adult, Young Adult, Teen, Child) are a lot like you and me only so small as to be invisible. Don't think of them as cute midgets or weird little aliens. They should be played for inherent humanity. This goes for MR. and MRS. MAYOR, who are parents trying hard to raise a difficult child in a difficult world. They may get aggravated with Jojo, but they love him dearly and try to do the right thing, even if it turns out to be a mistake. Anyone playing a Who should try and create his or her own unique character.

 

 JUNGLE CREATURES  (Adult, Young Adult, Teen, Child) fill out the Seussical world. No matter how these actors are costumed  they should create a distinct human persona. They are real people at heart, just like us, even though they may be described as animal characters.

 
 
We are very excited about our upcoming production of Seussical the Musical. We have assembled a very energetic, fun and enthusiastic production team that can't wait to bring the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss to the Trottier stage.
 
Please come and join the fun!!
 

 As always, we would like to thank you for your continued support.

 

Sincerely,

The Southborough Players Board

   
In This Issue
Auditions For Seussical
Seussical Character Breakdown
How Can I Help?
What should we do in the future ?
Join Our Email List
 
I Don't Perform How Can I Help ???
 
There are a lot of different ways you can help the Southborough Players  with Seussical the Musical.
 
We are still looking for people to fill out our Production Staff.
 
 
We are currently in need of the following
 
 
Assistant Producer
 
Stage Manager
 
Sound Director
 
Stage Crew
 
Props Master
 
If you are interested in  any of the these positions please contact us at info@southboroughplayer
s.org
 
 
 
 
 
What would YOU like to see The Southborough Players Perform???
 
The Southborough Payers are always looking for Ideas for shows to perform.  If you have an idea please send it to contests@southboroughplayers.org
 
If we select your idea you could win a FREE set of tickets to the performance.
 
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Sports today at Assabet Valley Voke tech

 Boys

Varsity

Cross Country

VS

Clinton High School

Gilhoni Park

3:30pm

 Girls

JV

Volleyball

VS

Norfolk Agricultural HS

Gym

3:30pm

 Girls

Varsity

Soccer

VS

**Postponed - Norfolk Agricultural HS

 

3:30pm

 Girls

Varsity

Volleyball

VS

Norfolk Agricultural HS

Gym

4:30pm

 Boys

Varsity

Football

VS

Hudson High School

Football Field

7:00pm

Coming in for a landing

September 6, 2007 - This Hydrangea bush is in full bloom and loaded with bees. One comes in for a landing as this photo was shot.

Boys

Freshman

Soccer

VS

Westboro High School

Algonquin

3:30pm

 Girls

Freshman

Soccer

VS

Westboro High School

Algonquin

3:30pm

 Boys

Varsity

Golf

@

Milford High School

Hopedale

3:30pm

 Girls

JV

Field Hockey

VS

Shrewsbury High School

Algonquin

5:30pm

 Girls

Varsity

Field Hockey

VS

Shrewsbury High School

Algonquin

7:00pm

New Road

September 6, 2007 - The new road for access to the cow pasture at Davco Farms Conservation lands is nearly complete.

Upcoming Library Events

September 6, 2007 - Fall into Storytimes!

Parents are welcome to sign their children up for Story Hour (with crafts) for the Fall Session in the Children’s Room at the Southborough Public Library.  The phone number is 508-485-5031.  The first six week session begins September 17th.  The schedule is as follows:  Mondays at 10:30 for four and five year olds, Tuesdays at 10:30 for 2 and 3 year olds and at 3:30 there will be a drop-in story and craft for two through five year olds. Wednesdays at 10:30 there are stories and crafts for two and three year olds.  On Thursdays there will be two Music and Mother Goose classes for babies.  The 10:30 session is designed for babies from birth to twelve months and the 11:00 session is for one to two year olds.  These classes teach early literacy, music education and involve singing and movement.  All our preschool programs are so important for children to learn early literacy skills, social development and for building a connection with their library as a continual source of life long learning.  Babies benefit by hearing nursery rhymes and singing at even only a few months old and it is a great opportunity to meet with other families. 

 There is a Book Discussion Group for 4th- 6th Graders every month.  Visit the library for details.  The next session is on September 13th.  Pizza will be served!

 Drumlin Farm will be visiting the library on October 20th!  Children ages two through five will meet a Great Horned Owl and hear Jane Yolen’s Caldecott Award winning book Owl Moon.  There will be two sessions:  2:00 and 2:35.  Sign up begins on September 20th.  Spaces are limited so sign up soon!

 Trick or Treat at the library on Halloween, October 31st!  Children may come to the library after school for face painting and treats.

Busy Schedule

September 6, 2007 - Jane Giorgio registers new clients last night at Annemarie's Dance Center in Ashland, MA.

Peeling Away

September 6, 2007 - A closeup view of peeling White Birch Bark.  Birch bark in colonial times was used for writing paper and Native Americans made birch bark canoes from this tree.

There's still time

September 5, 2007 - Youngsters line up to try on pairs of dance shoes at Annemarie's Dance Center at Open House.  The Open House at Annemarie's continues until 8:00 PM this evening if you would like to check out the studio.

Rubbish Fire

September 5, 2007 - Southborough Firefighters extinguish a fire from the dumped contents of a rubbish truck.  The driver noticed smoke coming out the back of his truck and found the first open space to pull into.  The rubbish ended up being dumped in the parking lot of the Davco Conservation land parking lot.  Firefighters combed through the rubbish checking for hot spots.  Foam was used to assist with putting out the fire and smoldering debris.  The company Allied Waste Services were responsible for the cleanup and had the parking lot looking pristine in just hours.

Striking Gold

September 5, 2007 - This tall Sunflower leaps toward the sun at the Southborough Community Gardens.

 

Senior Center Weekly Schedule

Monday  3

Tuesday 4

Wednesday  5

Thursday 6

Friday 7

Labor Day

9:00 AM walking group

 

8:30 AM Health Clinic

10:00 AM Mahjongg Independent

 

 

 

9:30 AM Mah Jongg

10:00 AM Lunch with Colette

 

12:00 PM Lunch

12:00 PM Lunch

12:00 PM Lunch

12:00 Lunch

 

12:30 PM Pitch

2:00 PM Fitness

12:30 PM Pitch

 
 

1:00 PM Bridge

 

1:00 PM Bridge

 
      1:00 PM Group: Living with Loss  

Comparison shots of Sudbury River

September 5, 2007 - The photo on the left was taken Thursday August 31, 2007 and the photo of the Sudbury River on the right was taken yesterday 9/4/2007.  The river has dropped even more leaving the Gage basically out of the river now. Although we do not get our water from the Sudbury River or the Sudbury Reservoir (MWRA Quabbin/Wachusett is Southborough's water supply) we as stewards of the land should be more considerate of how we use our water as water is a precious resource.  EFFECTIVE JUNE 21, 2007 - VOLUNTARY ODD/EVEN OUTSIDE WATERING BAN  Please conserve water and only perform outside watering based on your house number (i.e. odd numbered houses water on odd numbered days)

 

Transfer Station Stickers, Deadline September 15th Stickers now sold at DPW Office

To purchase your sticker:  Visit the DPW office Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

stickers expire on September 15th

First sticker - $110,  2nd sticker free, $50.00 for any additional

You may now purchase on-line at www.southboroughtown.com Click on on-line bill payment. The Town No longer accepts cash transactions.

You may mail the Town a check with appropriate paperwork if you cannot come to the DPW and a new sticker will be mailed back to you.

You must obtain a special permit if you wish to dispose of refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers. They are available on-line or through the DPW.

These regulations have been revised. Full text is available at www.southboroughtown.com/departments/publicworks

Stickers are no longer sold at the Town House, only the DPW offices.

Reminder. There are strict fines if your sticker is not placed in the correct spot on your car (face of left rear bumper).

Won't be Long

September 5, 2007 - It won't be long before the pumpkins get carved.

MA Pike MVA

September 5, 2007 - Yesterday on the MA Pike Eastbound traffic was slowed as emergency crews transported injured patients.  Tow Trucks came to get the car off of the Median jersey barriers.

Suessical_1AUDITIONS 

will be held at the Trottier Middle School, 49 Parkerville Rd, Southborough, MA.

Friday September 7, 2007 

From 7:30 -9:00 pm

Saturday September 8, 2007

From 2:00-5:00 pm

Call Backs will be held

Sunday September 9, 2007  if needed.

 

Audition Requirements

Casting is limited to performers age 9 and over.

Please be ready to sing 16 bars of your favorite Broadway song and be prepared for cold readings from the script (which will be available at the Southborough library).

 

Kick off the school year right.....

St. Matthew's Golf tournament, Monday, September 10th, 2007

Where: Framingham Country Club.  Registration forms are due back by September 1st!!  Raffle: Items needed for raffle such as gift certificates, etc.... Please contact Fr. Flynn if you are able to donate an item for the raffle.  Foursomes and sponsors are still needed.  Pick up forms at exits of the church. Thank you.

Senior Center 10th Anniversary

September 4, 2007 - The Senior Center 10th Anniversary photos are now up on the Senior Page.  Many of the other Senior center events and activity photos are now on the archived Senior photo page.

Lemonade for sale

September 4, 2007 - These young business people prepare to sell lemonade this past weekend on Mt. Vickery Road. Photo contributed by Carol Willoughby

Turkey day

September 4, 2007 - This Turkey family struts its stuff as it checks out the food offerings in a resident's backyard.

 Tuesday September 4 Algonquin Regional sports schedule

Boys Varsity Cross Country @ Westboro High School @ 3:30 PM

Girls Varsity Cross Country @ Westboro High School @ 3:30 PM

 

Boys Varsity Golf @ North Middlesex High School !@ 3:30 PM

Meet our Advertisers

Thirty years.  That's right.  Annemarie's Dance Centre is celebrating thirty years of teaching youngsters and adults the fine art of dancing.  You can learn a variety of dance such as Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop and more at the Annemarie's Dance Centre studio.  Conveniently located in Ashland, MA, just a short drive from Southborough..  Open house at Annemarie's is this Wednesday, September 5 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM and again at 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM.  There are still openings in several classes so please check out Annemarie's Dance Centre.  For directions to the Open house from Southborough take Route 85 /Cordaville Road to the set of traffic lights at Southville Road.  Go East on Southville Road. Southville Road turns into Cordaville Road to Pleasant Street in Ashland. Take a right onto Tilton Avenue, then a right onto Cherry Street crossing the Railroad tracks.  Annemarie's Dance Centre will be on the right just a few hundred yards up from the tracks. Map of 111 Cherry St Ashland, MA 01721-1508, US

Southborough meetings

September 3, 2007 - September 7, 2007

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

ARHS BLDG Committee

9/4

5:00 PM

Conference room, Algonquin Regional High School

Board of Selectmen

9/4

7:00 PM

Town House Hearing Room  Agenda

Youth Commission

9/4

7:15 PM

youth and family services office Fayville Hall

Board of Health

9/5

1:00 PM

Hearing Room Town House

Council on Aging

9/5

7:00 PM

Country Kitchen Cordaville Hall

Missing

September 4, 2007 - Missing from Southville Road, Southborough Orange half Manx 15 year old fat, neutered orange tabby.  Last seen Tuesday evening August 28.  Please call the Southborough News editor if you have seen this cat.

As a community service if you have a pet missing, if you are holding a yard sale,  if you have notices or photos of an event that the editor has missed our you would love to have an unusual or fantastic vacation photo to share, please contact editor@southboroughnews.com