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May 29, 2011 - June 4, 2011

Bear With Us

June 4, 2011 - Everyone in town should have got a reverse 911 call telling us there was a black bear in town today.  Here it is caught on the Southborough Fire Department survelience camera.

 

June 4, 2011 - Get the car washed.   Proceeds fro, today's car wash went to the Algonquin Regional High School class of 2013 and Children's Hospital in Boston.

 

Space Weather News for June 4, 2011
http://spaceweather.com


ELECTRIC-BLUE CLOUDS: The 2011 noctilucent cloud (NLC) season has begun. For the past few nights, observers in northern parts of Europe have spotted velvety, electric-blue tendrils rippling across the sunset sky. NLCs are a summertime phenomenon first reported by polar observers in the 19th century.  In recent decades, for reasons no one fully understands, the clouds have intensified and spread  as far south as Utah and Colorado.  Visit today's edition of
http://spaceweather.com for photos and observing tips.

CHANCE OF MAGNETIC ACTIVITY:  NOAA forecasters estimate a 45% chance of geomagnetic activity on June 4th when an incoming solar wind stream and a CME might deliver a double blow to Earth's magnetic field. High-latitude sky watchers in both hemispheres should be alert for auroras.  Aurora alerts:
http://spaceweatherphone.com (voice) or http://spaceweathertext.com (text).

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New subscribers may sign up for free space weather alerts at 
http://spaceweather.com/services/ .

 

Rep. Dykema Applauds Local Individuals and

 

Charities Reaching out to Tornado Victims

After a tornado and violent thunderstorms whipped through the region, Representative Dykema (D-Hopkinton) and local charities such as Project Just Because, Inc. are reaching out to support the victims. Project Just Because, Inc. (PJB) is a grassroots non-profit organization run by Cherylann Lambert Walsh of Hopkinton, who connects contributors and their donations with community members in need.

“I want to commend Cherylann and all of the community members who are working tirelessly to provide for those who have lost so much in the recent disaster,” Representative Dykema said. “My thoughts are with everyone who was affected by this storm. I have faith in the entire Commonwealth’s ability to work together, rebuilding our communities.”

 “We’re here to provide support in any way we can,” Walsh said. “I really hope community members take a moment to remember that there is always someone less fortunate out there, and donating to PJB or another one of the groups that has sprung up in the wake of these events is a small act that can make a huge difference for families in the path of the tornado.”

PJB, a provider for the Massachusetts 211 assistance program, provides support across the state for residents in need, including those impacted by the tornado. The project is currently in touch with victims in the area to assess their needs. Walsh’s group is now accepting donations of goods, funds and services for persons in need. It is not currently accepting large furniture donations, but it does provide a forum connecting those who wish to donate such items with those who are in need. Donations can be made in person or on-line at www.projectjustbecause.org  .

Local woman Laura Sauriol is also running a Facebook page named “Monson Tornado Watch 2011” where those who want to help can find a list of needed items and donation drop-off locations. The site can be found at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_156032417796074 .

The Red Cross is also accepting financial contributions for victims of this tornado and extreme weather across the nation. Visit them on-line at redcross.org  or call 1-800-Red Cross to help.

Walsh can be reached at pjboffice@comcast.net or (508) 435-6511. Representative Dykema’s office can be reached at 617-722-2210.

Individuals and families recovering from the storms are encouraged to visit one of the three recently created Massachusetts Storm Assistance Centers in Springfield, Palmer and Southbridge.

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

 

Hey Everyone,

Due to the large amount of interest by the members in regards to The Nurturing Program, we have arranged for this program to be brought to The Recovery Connection.

What: 12 week Nurturing Program with Omer Mendelson LCSW from The institute for Health and Recovery

When: Starting this Tuesday June 7th @ 10:30am

If you are interested in taking part please make every effort to be on time as we have a large class planned.

-The Recovery Connection Staff and members

The Recovery Connection

  31 Main Street

  Marlborough, MA 01752

 

  See our directions page for details on how to find us.

 

Phone

 

  (508) 485-0298

 

Fax

 

  (508) 485-0312

 

Email

 

  info@therecoveryconnection.org


 

Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

Southborough Recreation Department

Archery
3 Day Mimi Camp

$60/week

July 12-14
or
August 9 - 11
________

Half Day Summer Camps
Kid's Kamp (pk - grade 1)
Kid's Klub (grade 2 - 5)

Additional Summer Programs
________

Book your Birthday Party with Recreation
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Southborough Summer Nights FaceBook

Recreation Commission Meeting
June 9, 2011, 7:30pm
21 Highland St.

 

 

JUNIOR POLICE ACADEMY ANNOUNCEMENT

The Southborough Police Department will be holding it’s 12th Junior Police Academy from July 25- 29, 2011 from 8:30am-3:15pm.

The Academy, which is held at the Trottier Middle School, is open to boys and girls who will be entering the 7th, 8th or 9th Grades.

Applications are available at the Southborough Police Department, or by sending an email request to klandry@southboroughma.com or rmattioli@southboroughma.com. Cost is $40 per cadet.

 

 

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MA/NH Essential E-news
June
2011

 

 

In the News...

A new study in the journal Neurology suggests that many people with early-onset Alzheimer's do not get a proper diagnosis based on their symptoms. Click to read more. 


 
24/7/365 Helpline is here for you @ 800.272.3900
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We don't take a vacation ... but we are here for you even if you are on vacation. The 24/7 Helpline can help with questions about caregiving, treatment, diagnosis -- or if you just really need to talk with someone about Alzheimer's. It does not need to be a crisis. In fact, we can help you avoid situations that may feel like a crisis. Call us at 800.272.3900 or visit Helpline online.

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Walk to End Alzheimer's
Walk to End Alzheimer's

September - October, 2011

The end of Alzheimer's starts here. Mark your calendar for the 2011 Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's. Start or join a team today. Call 617.393.2050 or Click.   

Special to NH .... Educational Programs in June
June program offerings in NH include

Essential Skills, Communications: Bristol   June  15

Essential Skills, Communication:  Bedford  June 21

Legal & Financial Issues: Woodsville   June 23

Getting Started, What to Do:  Wolfeboro  6/29

For registrations or info, click or call our NH office at 603.606.6590. 

Caregiving Starts with Communication

Strategies for more effective communication can make conversations, activities and daily tasks more successful and help the person you are caring for remain active and engaged. This informative workshop also addresses helpful ways to respond to difficult questions or behaviors. Specifically designed with family caregivers in mind. No professional caregivers please! For locations and information call

617.868.6718 or Click for info or registration.
Legal & Financial Answers            June 16th

Legal and Financial Issues for Families Dealing with Younger-Onset Dementia

Date: June 16

Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Place: Alzheimer's Association MA/NH Chapter, 311 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA

Register at 800.272.3900. Presented by Donald Freedman, partner with Rosenberg, Freedman, and Goldstein, LLP, with over 38 years of experience in elder and disability law. This program does not substitute for seeking counsel for your indvidual needs. Click for registration and info. 

Younger-Onset Dementia Discussion      June 30th

Thursday, June 30th                6:30 Reception; 7:00 p.m. Program 

Younger-Onset Dementia: A discussion with Dr. Reisa Sperling, Associate Neurologist, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Associate Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical and Dr. Gad Marshall, Associate Neurologist, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Associate Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical. Diagnosis and treatment options, research advancements and genetic implications of young-onset dementia.

Open to family members of people living with all stages of younger-onset dementia. Younger-onset affects people under the age of 65 years old.

Where: Alzheimer's Association, 311 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA  

 

This program is free, but pre-registration is required. Call or e-mail Lindsay Brennan, Manager of Helpline Services at 617.393-2013.

Support Group Leader Basic Training     Aug. 10th

Wednesday, August 10th                         10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Watertown, MA
Basic Training 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.
Cost: $65 includes materials, CEUs and lunch ($40 for those not receiving CEU's).**  CEUs: Social Work 5.5; Nursing 6.6; LMHC 5.5; Activity Professionals 5.5
For info or to register, call 617.868.6718.
 

(** Registration fee cannot be refunded for non-attendance.)

 

 
Last call: Take a Swing at Alzheimer's!
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I'm FINE

Greater Worcester Alzheimer's Partnership Event for caregivers

Wednesday, June 29

9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

Worcester Senior Center 128 Providence Street

I'm just F.I.N.E. Thank you! Caring for the caregiver who may be feeling Frightened, Isolated, Numb and a bit Exhausted, presented by Joanne Koenig Coste, author of Learning to Speak Alzheimer's.

RSVP by 6/22 to

Julie McMurray 

or 508.799.2386.


 
Are you TRI?

Calling Max Performance tri-athletes and volunteers for the MA State Tri

on July 17th.  

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Your Legacy

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Yard Sale

First Community Church of Southborough

Located on Southville Road near Parkerville Road south and Bridge Street.

HARVEY BUILDING PRODUCTS INVITES AREA RESIDENTS AND SHOPPERS TO CELEBRATE THE GRAND OPENING OF ITS SOUTHBOROUGH SHOWROOM

Harvey Building Products, a leading Northeast manufacturer of beautiful, high quality windows, doors and patio rooms and a premier wholesale distributor of quality building products, is celebrating the grand opening of its newest product showroom in Southborough, MA. 

 

WHATA PRODUCT SHOWROOM FOR ALL SEASONS

Harvey’s 2,000 square foot product showroom features a wide assortment of windows and doors and a variety of exterior building products in real life settings. With interactive displays for siding, roofing and decking, homeowners will be able to visualize styles, colors and textures first-hand. With 50 years in the business, Harvey Building Products understands what it takes to be part of your home.

 

Grand Opening Highlights

·         Live broadcast with Paula Street from WODS-FM (103.3) – 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

·         Free raffle for a 46” flat screen TV, gas grill, decking, gutters and even roofing

·         Complimentary refreshments

·         Contractor referrals available

   

WHERE: HARVEY BUILDING PRODUCTS SHOWROOM

1 Willow Street

Southborough, MA  01772

(508) 683-1660

 

WHENSATURDAY, JUNE 4th, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

(WODS-FM live broadcast is 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM)

 

Harvey Building Products representatives will be available during the event to answer questions.  For additional details about the grand opening event, the Company or its products, please visit www.harveybp.com.

 

 

Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

Pre Storm

June 2, 2011 - Golfers ride to the next green at St. Mark's Golf Course as haze and humidity hang in the woods.

Curb it

June 2, 2011 - The curbing along Southville Road gets put in place as part of the road improvement.

Space Weather News for June 2, 2011
http://spaceweather.com


ECLIPSE OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN: A solar eclipse at midnight? It's not only possible, it actually happened last night. On June 1st, the new Moon passed in front of the midnight sun above the Arctic circle, producing a partial eclipse of exquisite beauty. Images of the event are featured on today's edition of
http://spaceweather.com .

METALLIC PHOTOS OF THE SUN:  These unique photos of the sun make a stellar gift for Father's Day.  Visit the Space Weather Store now and receive 25% off on any three metallic prints:
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650 Massachusetts High School Students to Participate in Job Shadow Day at Local Biotech Companies

MassBioEd facilitates connections between students and life science professionals

 

What: 650 students from 18 Massachusetts public high schools will have the opportunity to explore life science career options by shadowing biotechnology professionals at 19 local biotech companies and research institutions in 20 locations.

 

The 2nd Annual Statewide Biotechnology Job Shadow Day aims to allow students to learn more about the fascinating and diverse career options that exist within the life sciences and encourage them to consider further STEM education. Students will participate in company tours, one-on-one meetings with life science professionals and a networking lunch.

 

When: Wednesday, June 8, 2011

 

Caliper Life Sciences and EMD Millipore will host students on alternate dates; June 2nd for EMD Millipore and June 14th for Caliper.

 

Participating schools and companies include:

 

Abbott (Worcester)                                            Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

                                                                                    (Marlborough)                                

Airgas (Billerica)                                                Danvers High School

Amgen (Cambridge)                                          Marlborough High School

Avecia (Milford)                                                 Norton High School
AstraZeneca (Waltham)                                      Hudson High School

Biogen Idec (Cambridge)                                   Brighton High School

Bristol-Myers Squibb (Devens)                             Nashoba Regional High School (Bolton)

Caliper Life Sciences                                         Blackstone Valley Regional Technical High

(Hopkinton)                                                       School (Blackstone)           

Cubist Pharmaceuticals (Lexington)                    King Philip Regional High School (Wrentham)

EMD Millipore                                                   Minuteman Career & Technical High School

(Billerica/Bedford)                                             (Lexington)

EMD Serono, Inc. (Rockland)                             Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical High

                                                                        School (Taunton)

                                                                        BMC Durfee High School (Fall River)

EMD Serono, Inc.  (Billerica)                              Greater Lawrence Technical High School

                                                                                    (Andover)

Formatech (Andover)                                         North Shore Regional Vocational High School (Middleton)

Merrimack Pharmaceuticals                                TechBoston Academy (Boston)

(Cambridge)

MicroTest (Agawam)                                          Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School

                                                                                    (Northampton)

Millennium (Cambridge)                                     Somerville High School

Shire (Lexington)                                               Bellingham High School

Vertex Pharmaceuticals                                     Lowell High School

Whitehead Institute (Cambridge)                         Boston Latin Academy

Wolfe Laboratories (Watertown)                         Dracut High School

Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

ARHS Sports
Friday 6/3
Sat 6/4 - Sun 6/5
Monday 6/6

 

AVRTHS Sports
Southborough Spared

June 1, 2011 - Tornado watches, warnings, flash flood watches, severe thunderstorm watches and warnings, sunshine and rain.  A whole bucket of weather today.  We fared pretty well compared to as many as 19 cities and towns in the Commonwealth. 

 

GOVERNOR PATRICK DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY

BOSTON, MA – Effective 7:10PM on Wednesday June 1, 2011, Governor Deval Patrick today declared a State of Emergency, in response to the impacts of the tornadic activity and severe weather that has produced high winds, property damage and widespread power outages in communities across the Commonwealth.

In response to this declaration, the National Guard has called up approximately 1,000 troops to assist in rescue and response efforts. Governor Patrick will bring whatever state resources to bear necessary to ensure the safety of all Massachusetts residents.

Further updates on the storm and its impact will follow as they become available later this evening.

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is the state agency responsible for coordinating federal, state, local, voluntary and private resources during emergencies and disasters in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MEMA provides leadership to:

·        develop plans for effective response to all hazards, disasters or threats;

·        train emergency personnel to protect the public;

·        provide information to the citizenry; and

·        assist individuals, families, businesses and communities to mitigate against, prepare for, and respond to and recover from emergencies, both natural and man-made.

For additional information about MEMA and Preparedness, go to www.mass.gov/mema. Also follow MEMA updates on Facebook and Twitter

 

More will be known tomorrow in daylight but there are reports of tornados that hit the following communities: Westfield, Springfield, West Springfield, Brimfield, Oxford, Douglas, Monson, Sturbridge Westfield,  Wilbraham,  Charlton, Agawam.  As of tonight District 14 fire put together a task force to head for the Springfield area and Southborough firefighters and engine 22 was amongst the group.

 

June 1, 2011 - Southborough Cub Scouts celebrated their annual Blue & Gold Banquet this spring, where the boys are presented with their Pinewood Derby Trophies, and we celebrate the older boys graduating into Boy Scouts. This year Pack 921 had the Buffalo Soldiers as honored guests to present the colors as our Honor Guard. One of the Buffalo Soldiers is also an Eagle Scout, and proudly added his eagle badge to his uniform.

June 15th is the sign-up day at the Mary Finn School for new boys wishing to join scouting for next fall.

 

Senior Center Activities

30 Monday 31Tuesday 1 Wednesday 2 Thursday 3 Friday 4 Saturday
Closed Memorial Day
8:30 walking group
8:30 am Health clinic 9:30 Mah Jongg
10:00 Canasta
open 9:00 AM Noon

 

9:30 Tai Chi 9:00 Yoga 10:00 Bocce
10:00 Bocce 9:30 Pool 10:00 beginner poker 10 beginner bocce
10:00 beginner tai chi
12 Ping Pong 10 AM Creative Writers   10:50 Woodward School Care assembly
11:30 Patriots Place bus trip
  11:30 Educational program

 Nuclear power 101 

12:00 PM Bridge
  2:00 Fitness 12 PM Pitch
1:00 water aerobics

 

Click here for the Senior Center Website

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Sunday  29 Monday 30 Tuesday 31 Wednesday 1 Thursday 2 Friday 3 Saturday 4
  closed   Preschool Story Time
Jun 01 10:30 AM 
Baby and Toddler Story Time
Jun 02 11:00 AM  
 
  Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Jun 04   2:00 PM  
 

 

Not much left

June 11, 2011 - All that is left of the Old Man in the Mountain, still it brings in visitors to the parking lot to check it out.

Colors Galore

 

Check out Gulbankians Farm and Garden Center at 40 Mt. Vickery Road.  All kinds of annuals and perennials for sale. Want to jump start your vegetable garden? Pick up some starter veggies to plant.

 

Hanging Cherry Tomatoes are here!

 

Tumbling Tom TomatoNo more staking, stooping, and searching for Tomatoes in the garden -- Tumbling Tom puts big handfuls of luscious Cherries right at eye level! This lovely "edible ornamental" is just perfect for hanging baskets, windowboxes, and tall containers where you want to show off the color and vigor of your favorite Tomato!  

This plant has a weeping habit, so it dangles about 2 feet over the sides of containers.  A great choice for small space gardens, decks and patios.  Come get yours today, while they last!   

     
Gulbankian Farms Garden Center & Florist Shop
40 Mt. Vickery Rd. Southborough, MA 01772
Tel:  508-485-8979

 

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Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

Recreation Report 2011

Certified Summer Camps
Still room left if you want to sign up.  You register online (for additional fee) or drop it in the mailbox out front of the Rec Office in the circular driveway this weekend. 
  
Kid's Kamp located at the Finn School for
Preschool-Grade 1- Supervisor Dan Rudzinsky
  • sports
  • water play
  • singing & story times
  • science & nature
  • games & puzzles
  • arts & crafts - Super Hero Capes, Kings & Queens and more...
  • We also have a special visit from the ice cream truck every week.
Kid's Klub located at Woodward School for
Grades 2-5 - Supervisor Tiffany Goode & Art Instructor Tessa Stephens
  • Sports, Ping-Pong, Fuseball, Games, Gimp
  • Castles, Catapults and Crowns
  • Gnomes, Elves, Goblins & Fairies
  • Harry Potter - magical potions and spells
  •  Virtual Aquarium-Using painted discarded cardboard we will transform the playground into a giant aquarium
  • Mythical Beasts-Become a Cartonero! Cartoneros are creators of crazy fanciful objects made from paper mache

  • Tie-Die, Molding Clay, Painting

  • CRAZY FRIDAYS - Each Friday we bring in a huge water slide!! It's a blast!

  
    
More Programs
Don't forget all the other programs we offer!!  Do you have college kids coming home?  Check out the new soccer and basketball leagues we offer.  

 

 
 

A note from the Director......

 

RAP will be coming to an end in a couple of weeks 

I've had the opportunity to work at our Track & Field meets.  What a great group of talented kids.  Coach Beane does a great job!  We have another meet coming up tomorrow.  Feel freet to stop by. 

 

I've also been able to visit some of our other RAP classes.  At Finn, Science Sizzle class worked with and learned about plaster.  Soccer worked on drills and Outdoor Games played Zombie.  Tennis worked on some fancy side stepping across the courts.  Our Woodward Skateboarders have been working on techniques and new tricks.

 

Photos

  

Sincerely,

Doreen Ferguson, Director 

GO BRUINS!!!

Southborough Recreation

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In This Issue
Recreation Facilities
Save the Date
Program Highlights
 

Save The Date! 

 

Eastern Border SKATEBOARD CLINIC & CONTEST - coming in June watch for the date!!

 

Recreation Commission Meeting-Open to Public

June 9, 7:30, Rec Office

 

Summer Nights 2011

August 28, 5:00pm

August 29 - rain date

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Program Highlights!
Archery 3 day mini-camps
$60/week
July 12, 13, 14
August 9, 10, 11
  
Narragansett Bay Cruise & Newport, RI - June 18

 

Red Sox vs Orioles July 18 - 20

 

Trump Plaza Casino & Resort - August 16 - 18 

  

Masschusetts Park Pass - Visit State parks with the park pass and you will get FREE parking.  We have a long term pass and a one day pass available.  Must come into the office to reserve.

 

  
  
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The Westborough Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Tues. June 7 at 7pm , Room 23, Forbes Municipal Bldg 45 W. Main St. Westborough on TRANSFLO’S special permit application for Earth Moving and Clearing of Property on 19 Walkup Drive.  They are requesting permission to move: approx 100,000 cubic years of clean material onto the site to complete site preparation for the initial phase of construction  50,000 cubic yards of material for a future expansion phase of the project; and  move 2,000 Cubic yards of existing material within the site.   Copy of the plan are available for review at the Westborough Planning Board office or Westborough Town Clerk office.   

Due to the resignation of Mary Hynes from the Planning Board [effective May 31, 2011], the Board of Selectmen will be accepting a resume/letter of interest to fill Ms. Hynes seat on the Planning Board. Please submit this documentation to the Selectmen’s Office by June 3, 2011. You may e-mail this to personnel@southboroughma.com or mail it to: Board of Selectmen, 17 Common St, Southborough, MA 01772. The individual appointed will serve in this capacity until the May 2012 annual town election and will be required to run for re-election at that time.

ARHS Events

Upcoming Events

Class of 2011 End of Year Letter

Final Exam Schedule
mynutrikids.com accepting payments

5/31 Senior Class-Sponsored Dinner, 6pm

5/31 Senior Class Night, 7:00 pm

6/1 Senior Bkfst/Obligations/Grad Practice
6/1, 6/2 MCAS - Science

6/1 POP's Night, 7:30 pm

6/2 Senior Ball @ Wachusett, 7pm checkin 5pm

6/4 SAT's @ ARHS, 7:45 am
6/5 Graduation, 2:00 pm

6/11 ACT's @ ARHS, 7:45 am
6/14 Awards Night - Gr 9,10,11, 7pm

6/18-6/19 McCurdy Tennis Tournament

GALLANT, Tracey (Briggs) Age 55, of Southborough and formerly of Waltham died on May 30, 2011 at the Rose Monahan Hospice House in Worcester surrounded by her family. She was the beloved wife of Paul Gallant for the past 33 years; devotedmother of Shaun Gallant and his wife Jennifer of Worcester; Ryan Gallant and his girlfriend Summer Noel of Carlsbad, CA; loved sister of Johnnie Briggs of Southborough; loving grandmother of James & Tyler Gallant and Hensley Gallant. Visiting hours will be Thursday, June 2, from 4 to 8 at the Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main St., Southborough (Morrisfuneralparlor.com) A funeral home service will be held on Friday at 10 AM. Burial will follow in Rural Cemetery, Southborough. Memorial contributions may be sent in her memory to Boston Rescue Mission, 39 Kingston St. Boston, MA., 02111.

CELEBRATE WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

Date: Sunday, June 5, Time: 11:00am-4:00pm

Location: Whole Foods Market, Wayland

Leader/Speaker: 

As we reach the first weekend in June, farmers markets across the region are in full swing. We welcome you to Whole Foods, Wayland for an afternoon of family fun featuring two live bands, local producer sampling, outdoor grilling, and exciting kid’s activities.  SVT will be on hand to talk about land conservation efforts in our community, including local farms. This event is FREE and open to the public.

Free Event

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Join Us On Saturday for this Great Lecture!
 
Authors Keith Stavely and Kathy Fitzgerald
Authors Keith Stavely and Kathy Fitzgerald
"Pottages and Pippin Tarts: The Surprising Story Behind a Typical Diner Meal"
Lecture
Saturday, May 28, 2 pm


If you think traditional New England cooking is little more than baked beans and clam chowder, think again Kathy Fitzgerald and Keith Stavely, authors of Northern Hospitality: Cooking by the Book in New England (2011) and America’s Founding Food: The Story of New England Cooking (2004) will treat us to a culinary tour that traces the precursors of franks and beans and apple pie, as well as other traditional New England foods. This free public lecture is funded by the Lowell Institute. Book signing will follow; copies of both books will be available for purchase.

The lecture is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Night Road: Photographs of Diners by John D. Woolf." Drawn to diners and other twentieth-century roadside architecture, photographer John Woolf embarked on a project of capturing images of these buildings—especially those in the Northeast corridor from New Jersey to Maine—before they disappear. Twenty of these compelling images are on view.

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National Heritage Museum
33 Marrett Road
Lexington, MA 02421
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Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am–4:30 pm

Closed Sunday through Tuesday

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Be sure to check out our blogs! The National Heritage Museum Blog is a great resource for information on American history, Freemasonry, Fraternalism, and Museum news. Our Learning Blog facilitates the use of primary sources to reconstruct the past.

 

 
Bid to end Alzheimer's!

 

The bidding continues as we enter the final week of the Alzheimer's Association's online auction. Now is your chance to win fabulous prizes while supporting the cause! Check out our exciting auction items and place your bids now before it's too late!  

 

Select items included in our online auction: Bid to end Alzheimer's, will go live at our
NAI Hunneman Make the Link Golf Tournament on June 6th, as indicated in each item description.

 

If you have an item that you would like to donate to our auction, please contact
Colleen Warren via e-mail, or call 617.868.6718 x2060.

 
All proceeds from the Alzheimer's Association's online auction support critical programs and services offered by the Alzheimer's Association. For more information about our programs and services, visit our website.  

 

 
 

SNEAK PEEK: Featured Auction Items

 
Bayside Resort

Whether you need a quiet and relaxing romantic getaway, or a memorable family vacation, the Bayside Resort Hotel is perfect anytime of year!

RedSox
It's that time of year again and your favorite team is back in town! Bid on tickets to see them in action!
Table tennis
Learn to play table tennis like a pro! Bid to win table tennis lessons for two people as well as memberships to the Boston Table Tennis Academy! 
 
 

JOIN US  for one of our Upcoming Events:

 
NAI Hunneman Make the Link Golf Tournament
Don't miss your chance to play at the award winning
Golf Course at Turner Hill, Ipswich MA on Monday, June 6th.  Spanning 7,021 yards, this 18-hole championship course was designed by the highly respected firm Hurdzan/Fry. There is still room to sign up your foursome for the tournament. Click here to register!

 

 
 

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
alz.org/MANH
 
 

Sudbury Valley Trustees

Spring’s Last Fling: Concord River Paddle

Start and end at Route 225, Carlisle

Saturday June 18, 9:00am-Noon

 

Leaders:  OARS Staff Scientist Sue Flint, SVT Volunteer Dave Dimmick and Director of Membership Michael Sanders.  SVT is actively working on a land conservation project along the Concord River in Carlisle.  OARS has expanded its service area to the Concord and Sudbury rivers.  Learn more about both efforts on the last weekend of spring, as we paddle the Concord River through historic Concord and Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. 

 

Registration required.  SVT & OARS Members: Free, Non-Members: $10

 

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

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Sudbury Valley Trustees is a regional land trust that conserves land and protects wildlife habitat in the Concord, Assabet, and Sudbury river basin for the benefit of present and future generations.

 

Further information on other outings and SVT properties are available on SVT’s website at www.svtweb.org.

Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

May 31, 2011 - From late last week, Boys Freshman baseball vs. St. John's.
 

 

        

May 31, 2011 - Girls JV LAX vs. Westboro, won.

May 31, 2011 - Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Westboro, won.

 

May 31, 2011 - Girls Varsity LAX vs. Westboro, defeated 13-3.

ARHS Sports
Tuesday 5/31
Wednesday 6/1
Thursday 6/2
Friday 6/3
Sat 6/4 - Sun 6/5

 

AVRTHS Sports
Tuesday 5/31
Wednesday 6/1
Thursday 6/2
Friday 6/3
Sat 6/4 - Sun 6/5