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July 31, 2011 - August 6, 2011

Like a Monet Landscape Painting

August 6, 2011 - Goldenrod and Purple Loosestrife fill the meadow at Trottier Middle School.

August 6, 2011 - August is Asian Longhorned Beetle Month. www.beetlebusters.info

Looking for Real Estate?  A New Home perhaps?

Give Lorraine of Realty Executives a call and she can assist you.


Work further south of here and need to find a home out of Southborough? Why not check out Lorraine’s Medway, MA listing.   The home is a Single family home, $249,900 Antique cape on just over half an acre.  Five rooms with 2 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, fireplace, detached heated garage and 1259 SF of living space.  All set on beautiful grounds with stone walls.

Real Estate Transfers and Information on Properties for sale in Southborough brought to you by Lorraine M. Estella, Realtor.

Price Address Seller Buyer Date
$267,100.00 15 Walnut Drive Lindsey, Mkary E. Chapski, Jolene 7/11/2011
$322,140.00 179 Woodland Road Buzzell, Donald & Lin McCarthy, Sean 7/14/2011
$650,000.00 7 Mooney Lane Burton, Michael F.  Daloisio Timothy C 7/14/2011
$694,000.00 9 Parkerville Road Schepens, Luc J Burton Michael F. 7/14/2011
$210,000.00 2 Walker Street Locke, Dorothy Ann Ferris Development 7/22/2011
$968,000.00 17 Orchard Road Friday, Elizabeth H. Huang Ying & Xu Dani 7/22/2011
$570,000.00 45 Wildwood Drive Butler Simon & Steph Mason, Gregory E 7/25/2011
$335,000.00 36 Fisher Road Maxine Family Trust Ormonde Christopher 7/25/2011
$599,000.00 46 Edgewood Road Locke, Richard J Audibert, Matthew 7/28/2011
$760,000.00 16 Constitution Drive Rice Stephen D Locke, Richard J 7/28/2011
$329,000.00 128 Woodland Road Valleywood RE Deve Mullen, Richard G 7/28/2011
$845,825.53 300 Turnpike Road Saba Holding Co Inc Volvo Construction 7/29/2011
$1,350,000.00 8 Barn Lane Perron, David Gregorio, Eileen M.  7/29/2011
$385,000.00 30 Deerfoot Road Blasco Nury A.  Walter Jacob H 8/2/2011
$629,000.00 9 Ledgehill Road Cheney G. William  Peoples William J 8/4/2011

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Business Oppurtunity


Massachusetts Fairs


Bolton Fair

Dates August 11-14, 2011

Thursday & Friday noon-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 9am-6pm

Lancaster Fairgrounds, Route 117 at Route 110

Admission: Adults $10; Seniors $6, Servicemen $5; Children (7-12) $5; Under age 6 - FREE

Juried Craft Show, Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibits, Competitive events, Horse Show, Farmers Market, Food Court, Kids Country, Local and Commercial Exhibits, Midway

Website: www.boltonfair.org

Telephone: 978-365-7206, Fax: 978-365-2120

Contact: Rose Darden, PO Box 154, Bolton, MA 01740

Email: info@boltonfair.org


Marshfield Fair

Dates August 19-28 2011

140 Main Street, Rte. 3A, Marshfield, MA

Admission: General Admission $10, Children (6 and under) FREE

Mon-Fri noon-10pm, Sat-Sun 10am-10pm

Music Festivals, Live Oldies Shows, Demo Derbies, Motorcross, Fiesta Shows Midway

4-H, Flower shows, Ox Pull, Farm Draft Show, Horse Pull, Pony Pull, Giant Pumpkin Contests, Fireworks.

Contact: Carleton E. Chandler, P.O. Box 5, Marshfield, MA 02050

Telephone: (781) 834-6629

Website: www.marshfieldfair.org

Email: operations@marshfieldfair.org


Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Fair

Dates August 18-21, 2011

10 AM to 11 PM Thur, Fri, Sat, to 7 PM on Sun

35 Panhandle Road, West Tisbury

Admission: Adults: $8; Seniors $5; Children (5-12) $5

Livestock Shows, Midway, Entertainment, Local Vendors, Horse Pull, Woodsman's Contest, Dog Show, Fiber Tent, Food, Games, OLD FASHION COUNTRY FAIR!

Contact: Eleanor Neubert, P.O. Box 73, West Tisbury, MA 02575

Telephone: (508) 693-4343


Middlesex County 4-H Fair

Dates: August 26-28, 2011

South Chelmsford Road, Westford

Times: Friday & Saturday 8:30AM-8PM; Sunday 8:30AM-4:30PM

Admission: 10 and older $7; 65 and older $5; 4-9 year old $2; 3 and under Free

Come on out and experience the largest 3 day 4-H kids Fair this side of the Mississippi!!!

Contact: Beth Dubrawski, PO Box 352, Westford, MA 01886-0352

Telephone: (781) 878-5936

Web: www.middlesexcounty4hfair.org



Eastern States Exposition

Dates September 16 - October 2, 2011

1305 Memorial Avenue, West Springfield

Admission: Adults $12 weekdays/$15 weekends; Children (6-12) $8 weekdays/$10 weekends; Under 6 FREE. 17 day Value Passes also available.

Visit www.thebige.com  to purchase advance discount tickets, Value Passes and concert tickets.

Free top name entertainment, The Big E Super Circus, Mardi Gras Parade, the Avenue of States, Storrowton Village, rides, crafts, shopping, foods from around the world and more!

Secretary - Wayne McCary

Contact: The Big-E, 1305 Memorial Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089

Telephone: (413) 737-2443

Website: www.thebige.com  ; Email: info@thebige.com


Spencer Fair

Dates September 2-5 2011

Smithville Road, Spencer

Admission: $10; Seniors & ages 7-12 $6; Children under 7 and parking FREE

Family Fun with Agriculture

Animal, Vegetable, & Horticultural Competitions & Exhibits, Stage Shows, Hypnotist- Dan Candell, The High Flying Pages, Demolition Derbies, Truck Pull, and Children's Entertainment Area.

Check us out on Facebook

Contact: Pam Hale, PO Box 46, Spencer, MA 01562

Telephone: 508-885-5814, Cell: 508-958-2119

Website: www.spencerfair.org ; E-mail: map3299@peoplepc.com


Three County Fair

Dates September 2-5 2011

Bridge Street, Northampton

Admission: $10, seniors $8, 11 and under free

Monster trucks, Demo Derbies, Rockwell Amusements. Midway, Animal exhibits, antique engine and tractor show, Music on several stages.Truck Pull, horse pull oxen pull and 4H and youth horse show.

Contact: Bruce R. Shallcross, P.O. Box 305, Northampton, MA 01061-0305

Telephone: (413) 584-2237 ext.113

Website: www.3countyfair.com ; Email: hampfair@verizon.net


Topsfield Fair

Dates September 30-October 10, 2011

207 Boston Street, Rte. 1, Topsfield

Admission: $10 weekdays, $12 weekends and Columbus Day, children under 8 FREE with an adult.

Parking $8. Seniors Citizens Day: Monday Oct 5 - $7.00 for age 60 and over.

Daily Entertainment, Midway, NE Giant Pumpkin Contest, Petting Zoo, Fireworks, Grange Exhibits

Opening Day Parade, Livestock, Draft Horse Show

Contact: James P.O'Brien, General Manager, P.O. Box 134, Topsfield, MA 01983

Telephone: (978) 887-5000

Website: www.topsfieldfair.org

Email: email-essex@topsfieldfair.org


Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com


It's not too early for families, friends, and youth groups to mark their calendars for September 25, 2011, and join the fun at the 14th annual Massachusetts Outdoor Expo (Big MOE) held at the Hamilton Rod and Gun Club grounds in Sturbridge from 9 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. The Big MOE, sponsored by the Facts About Wildlife and Nature Society (FAWNS), is a free, family-oriented event celebrating outdoor skills, nature, art, and wildlife. This all-day event is free, thanks to co-sponsors Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Hamilton Rod and Gun Club, The Weatherby Foundation, and the Worcester County League of Sportsmen's Clubs. The Big MOE is the perfect opportunity to introduce young and old to a variety of outdoor skills and activities. The Big MOE is also in need of enthusiastic, outdoor oriented volunteers willing to assist at several skills stations or to host a skill station. Clubs and other conservation organizations wishing to host a skill station or assist others at an existing station are welcome. For more information, visit www.fawnsociety.com or contact Gary Zima, (508) 389-6314.


August 5, 2011 - Cicadas have emerged.

Space Weather News for August 5, 2011

 CME IMPACT:  A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth's magnetic field on August 5th around 1800 UT, setting the stage for possible geomagnetic storms on August 5th and 6th.  Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab report that the impact may have compressed Earth's magnetosphere enough to directly expose some satellites in geosynchronous orbit to solar wind plasma.  High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras after nightfall.  Check
http://spaceweather.com for more information and updates.
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Capstone Announces the Winner of an $8,900 Value

 Bathroom Give-Away Contest

It’s no secret that many people continue to struggle with the depressed economy.   At the same time, families are trying to make the best of what they do have at home.  For all those people that desperately need home renovations, what do they do if they just cannot afford them?  More likely than not, now is a time that many homeowners are putting that to-do list aside.

Charbel and Christine Najem, co-owners of Capstone General Contracting, Inc. in Worcester, wanted to give homeowners an opportunity they couldn’t afford to miss out on.

On April 20th, 2011, Capstone launched their “Help!  I Need a New Bathroom” Contest on their Facebook Page.  Through July 5th, 2011, Facebook fans of the Capstone Page could enter a photo of their current bathroom – proving just how desperately they needed renovations – for the chance to win a free bathroom makeover package valued at $8,900.  A voting phase then began on July 5th, when all participants could invite their friends and family to vote for their bathroom photo on the Capstone Facebook wall. 

The ultimate goal of this contest was to drive more fans to the Capstone Facebook Page.

On Thursday, July 28th, Capstone announced the winner of the “Help!  I Need a New Bathroom” Contest; the participant with the highest number of votes for their bathroom would win.  Andrea Morais, a local West Boylston resident, received a very welcomed phone call from Christine and Charbel on Thursday.   Welcomed, because she learned that she had won that free bathroom makeover she otherwise may not have been able to afford. 

Charbel and Christine Najem have built their business based on the notion that lasting relationships with the people they serve are invaluable.  As they continue to cultivate a stronger Facebook presence for Capstone, their hope is that their desire to help people will become more widespread.

This is why Capstone is so successful.  Whether it’s getting involved in the local community or giving away an $8,900 bathroom package to a deserving homeowner, Christine and Charbel share a simple yet powerful belief: helping others is the most rewarding part of business and life.

Capstone General Contracting, Inc. is located at 51 Union Street, Suite 118 in Worcester, Ma.  More information can be found on their website, www.gccapstone.com, their Facebook Page, www.facebook.com/gccapstone, or by calling 508-799-4463.

 State Officials to Lead 11 Public Tours of Forest and Wildlife Lands

Focus on State Forestry and Habitat Management Practices

Professional foresters and wildlife biologists from the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) and the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will host a series of 11 tours this summer and fall to discuss state forestry and wildlife habitat management practices. DFG’s Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) will host eight public tours on the Commonwealth’s Wildlife Management Areas (WMA). DCR will host three public tours.

The MassWildlife tours will occur across the entire state and will focus on abandoned agricultural lands that have been reclaimed into shrubland and grassland habitat to support both rare species and other native wildlife species of conservation concern.

“Both grassland and shrubland habitats have declined dramatically throughout the Commonwealth over the past century, and native plants and animals associated with these open habitats have declined as well, sometimes at alarming rates,” said DFG Commissioner Mary Griffin. “We encourage people to attend one or more of these events to learn how active habitat management bolsters native wildlife populations.”

Two DCR tours will take participants through forested areas harvested for the purposes of watershed management, timber production as well as forest and wildlife habitat diversity. A third DCR tour will feature a small sawmill that produces rough lumber for local home and agricultural uses.

“The Patrick-Murray Administration is interested in engaging the public on issues related to forests and welcomes people to share their thoughts, questions and concerns while enjoying a walk in the woods,” said DCR Commissioner Edward M. Lambert, Jr.

The state lands tours will be conducted rain or shine. Participants should wear sturdy footwear and bring bug repellant. Directions to meeting places and descriptions of each site are listed below.

Tuesday, August 16, 6:00 p.m.

DCR Quabbin Reservoir, Belchertown

This tour will demonstrate results from several timber harvest operations, including, plantation management, conducted on the watershed over the past decade. DCR will discuss how forest regeneration achieves watershed management goals for species diversity and forest age structure.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the Quabbin Visitor Center 485 Ware Road (Route 9) Belchertown to carpool to the sites. 

Thursday, August 18, 6:30 p.m.

Dunstable Brook WMA, Tyngsborough

This tour will take participants through portions of a 50 acre complex of abandoned fields, which support rare species.These abandoned fields were reclaimed in 2009, and the work included establishment of three turtle nesting areas as well as 15 acres of tree clearing that was done to reconnect separate field areas. Biologists will discuss the benefits of directly enhancing rare species habitat and the benefits of reestablishing large open habitat patches to benefit native shrubland birds in need of conservation. Biologists will also discuss on site invasive plant control work.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DFG parking area on the west side of Dunstable Road. From Route 3, take Exit 34 onto Westford Road toward Westford. Proceed to the traffic light at the intersection of Westford Road and Dunstable Road (locally known as Flint’s Corner). Turn right onto Dunstable Road. Pass Red Gate Lane on your left, and the parking area will be on your left.

Tuesday, August 23, 6:00 p.m.

DCR Lawton State Forest, Athol

This tour will take participants to two sites, a former Christmas tree plantation that has been managed by DCR to create and maintain a range of tree age classes in young forest habitat, and a shelterwood system designed to regenerate eastern white pine and native hardwoods. Discussions will also focus on future options for forest management.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the Lawton State Forest, Townsend Road, Athol (North of the Chestnut Street intersection). DCR will post signs to the meeting site.

Thursday, August 25, 6:30 p.m.

Leyden WMA , Leyden

Tour extensive areas of reclaimed abandoned field habitat and reclaimed low-bush blueberry fields (bring a small container to take some blueberries home with you), and enjoy fine views of the Deerfield Valley. Learn about and discuss the plight of native shrubland birds with MassWildlife Biologists, and the on-going treatment of invasive plants at the site.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DFG parking area on the south side of Glen Road in Leyden. From I-91 take Exit 28 onto Route 10 west into Bernardston. Turn south onto Route 5 and 10 toward Greenfield. Turn right on West Mountain Road (if you go over a set of railroad tracks, you’ve gone too far), then bear left onto Eden Trail. Follow Eden Trail to the intersection with Eden Road then turn right on Eden Road and follow uphill to the intersection with Glen Road. Turn left onto Glen Road and the parking area will be on your left.

Tuesday, August 30, 6:00 p.m.

DCR Rough Cut Lumber Tour, New Salem

The C&M Rough Cut Lumber Sawmill is located at the southern end of Old North Dana Road in New Salem. Jim Conkey, the mill operator/owner will demonstrate how he processes trees into lumber. Mr. Conkey specializes in custom orders for rough cut lumber and firewood. If time allows, the tour will include a visit to an irregular shelterwood harvest on the Quabbin Forest.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DCR Water Supply Protection Office located at 21 Elm Street in New Salem.

September 1, 6:30 p.m.

Martin Burns WMA, Newbury

Walk through portions of a 90 acre complex of abandoned pasture lands that support rare species including dragonflies and turtles. This 90-acre complex includes about 20 acres of tree clearing completed in 2008 to reconnect separate portions of old pasture areas. Learn about and discuss the benefits of reestablishing large open habitat patches to benefit native shrubland birds in need of conservation, and the impact this work has on existing rare species. Biologists will also discuss on-going invasive plant control efforts at the site.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DFG parking area on the north side of Orchard Street.

From I-95 take Exit 55 for Central Street. At the end of the exit ramp, turn right onto Central Street. Continue on Central Street to the intersection with Orchard Street. Take the sharp left turn onto Orchard Street and follow Orchard Street until you reach the DFW parking area on your left.

September 8, 6:30 p.m.

Eugene Moran WMA, Windsor

Walk through portions of a 90-acre complex of abandoned pasture lands that support native shrubland birds in need of conservation, and enjoy fine views of the Mt. Greylock Range, and if the sky is clear, the Catskill Mountains in New York State. Biologists will also discuss on-going invasive plant control efforts at the site.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DFG parking area on the east side of Route 8A in Windsor. From Route 9, turn north onto Route 8A in the center of Windsor adjacent to the General Store/Post Office. Follow Route 8A north a short ways to the large DFG parking area on your right.

Thursday, September 15, 6:30 p.m.

Francis Crane WMA, Falmouth

Visit two portions of this WMA managed for rare species habitat using a combination of prescribed fire and mechanical mowing. The tour begins in the northern portion of the WMA and continues across portions of an abandoned airstrip that has been reclaimed into grassland habitat that supports rare species including the grasshopper sparrow. The tour will end in the southern portion of the WMA looking at reclaimed pitch pine/oak savannah and discuss the positive impacts this work has had on both rare species habitat and reducing wildfire danger.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DFG parking area on the north side of Rt. 151. Cross the Bourne Bridge on Route 28 onto Cape Cod, and follow Route 28 south for about four miles to the intersection with Route 151. Take Route 151 east towards Mashpee. Turn left into the DFG parking area just beyond the Nickelodeon Theatre.

Thursday, September 22, 6:30 p.m.

Millers River WMA, Athol

Walk through the Cass Meadow portion of the Miller’s River WMA. This a unique combination of state, town, and private conservation land at the confluence of the Miller’s River and the Tully River in the middle of downtown Athol. These are abandoned agricultural lands that are mowed periodically to provide shrubland bird habitat.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the gate on the south side of Pequoic Street. From Route 2A in downtown Athol, turn north onto Exchange Street, then turn left onto Pequoic Street. The gate will be on your left.

Thursday, September 29, 6 p.m.

Hiram Fox WMA, Chesterfield


Walk through portions of an active hayfield and adjacent areas of reclaimed abandoned fields to learn about and discuss active habitat management for native shrubland birds in need of conservation. Biologists will also discuss on-going invasive plant control efforts at the site.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the intersection of Ireland Street and Ireland Street Extension. From Route 112 in South Worthington turn east on South Ireland Street. Follow South Ireland Street uphill past Sevanars Concerts site at the old Worthington Academy, continue to the top of the hill, and turn right onto Ireland Street Extension.

Saturday, October 29, 6:30 p.m.

Southwick WMA, Southwick

Walk through portions of a 50-acre site with some remnant sandplain grassland and meadow habitat adjacent to overgrown pasture lands that will be reclaimed into managed shrubland habitat to support native shrubland birds in need of conservation.

DIRECTIONS: Meet at the DFG parking area on the south side of South Longyard Road. From Route 202/10 to Depot Street in Southwick, turn east on Depot Street for half a mile and bear right onto South Longyard Road (also shown as Mountain Road on some maps). After 1.2 miles, the Southwick WMA parking area will be on the right.

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Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

Congratulations in order

Congratulations to the 9 yr old district team for winning the Northboro tournament championship over a strong Holden team, 4-1.  It was a great win for the boys after reaching the semi-finals in the two previous tournaments they played this summer.  What a great way to end the season!  Members of the Championship team are: Jack Bayko, Jack Branson, Jake DeSabato, Daniel Goldstein, Nolan Kimball, Louis Lyons, Aidan O'Leary, Greg Rosen, Jeffrey Secrist, Patrick Solomon, Tommy Swaney, and Connor Whitney.

Congratulations Boys - Enjoy the rest of the Summer! (contributed photo)

Salt Water Fishing Access

After a careful assessment of beach conditions, Parker River National Wildlife Refuge has finalized details regarding the 2011 drive-on fishing season. A total of 75 drive-on permits will be issued this year, an increase from the 50 permits issued in 2010.

Applications for a permit may be made by submitting the following information by mail or in person: name, address, daytime phone number, email address and Massachusetts saltwater license number or the saltwater license number and state for a saltwater license that has a reciprocity agreement with Massachusetts (New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut).

Applications must be received at refuge headquarters before 8 a.m. on Aug. 15. Permits will be awarded based on a lottery system, and successful applicants will be notified by Aug. 19. Those who are awarded the permits must pick them up at refuge headquarters, have their vehicle inspected and pay the appropriate fee by Aug. 26.

If any permits remain, alternates will be notified by Aug. 28 and must obtain their permit, have a vehicle inspection and pay the appropriate fee by Sept. 2. Additional information will be provided to the successful applicants.

Applications can be mailed to Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport 01950. Applications can also be dropped off at the refuge headquarters during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Paved Sidewalks

August 4, 2011 - Residents and Commuters are happy again now that the sidewalks have at least their first layer of asphalt.  Up until this week walkers had to share the road with cars and trucks, barrels and construction equipment.

SUMMER NIGHTS COMES TOGETHER WITH TREMENDOUS COMMUNITY SUPPORT Band Sponsors Secured, Luxurious Raffle Prizes Confirmed and Much More

Southborough, MA – August 1, 2011 – In true Southborough fashion, the Southborough Summer Nights event has come together again this year with tremendous support from the town and surrounding area businesses and organizations. Without their generous support, this event would not be possible.

This year, our amusements and entertainment will include an obstacle course, rock wall, dunk tank, moon walk, pony rides, basketball shoot out, face painting and the popular bubble romp. Entertainment will be provided by The Infractions. Food this year will include pizza from Domino’s, kabobs and pulled pork sandwiches by Mr. Jack’s Catering, sandwiches by Quizno’s, hot dogs, burgers, fried dough, and cotton candy by Dean’s Concessions, sushi by Yama Zakura and ice cream by The Creamery. The random drawing for each exciting raffle will take place around 8pm followed by the spectacular display of fireworks sponsored by Bill Depietri of Capital Group Properties and the non-profit organization, Friends of Southborough Recreation.

In our previous release, we mentioned the need for band sponsors. Representatives Carolyn Dykema and Steven Levy and Senator Jamie Eldridge stepped up again this year, as well as newcomer Rhythm Dance Company – a new dance school in Westborough – to fund the band.

The funding for the amusements and entertainment that is offered free of charge include Brendon Properties, Choice Car Wash, Fay School, Long Cadillac Hummer Saab, Middlesex Savings Bank, Southborough House of Pizza, Southborough Kindergroup, St. Mary’s Credit Union, Tomasso Trattoria, Wellen Construction and Yama Zakura.

Annual support from the community and surrounding businesses continues to be strong this year. “I am always amazed at the generous support the sponsors give each year regardless of our economic climate.” said Robin Martin, Co-Chair of the Summer Nights group. “We’re deeply grateful”.

New to this year are the raffle drawings. Raffle prizes include two-nights stay and breakfast packages from both the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel and the Sheraton Boston Hotel, a two-nights stay and ground transportation provided by ETS package at the Boston Marriott Copley Place, a two-nights stay and $100 restaurant gift certificate package at the Lenox Hotel and a one-night stay and breakfast package at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf.

In addition to the hotel packages, we’ll be raffling off two family packs of New Balance shoes that include three pairs of shoes each, a Warrior boys lacrosse gift basket and a Warrior girls lacrosse gift basket. Retail values for the raffle prizes range from $500-$700 each. “We’re thrilled with this new addition to the event thanks to one of our volunteers” said Martin, “and to the individual hotels and New Balance for their donations”. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $5 a ticket or three tickets for $10. Each prize will have its own entry box and drawing. Visit the Summer Nights information booth to purchase tickets and choose from the eligible prize options.

Also, stop by booths at the event from Meininger Family Chiropractic, Yummy Mummy, Gadget Guy, Hooray for Books and Stony Brook Golf Course.

Continue to check out the Southborough Summer Nights Facebook page for updates and we look forward to seeing even more residents for another spectacular Summer Nights event at Neary School starting at 5pm on August 28th with a rain date of August 29th .

“Thank you to all our sponsors, food and booth vendors, volunteers, prize donations, Police, Fire and Public Works departments for helping to continue this annual event” said Doreen Ferguson, Director of Southborough Recreation and Summer Nights Co-Chair.


Peter J. Nicholas was born December 29th, 1934 in the village of Palopaniagia ,Sparta, Greece. He died at home in Southborough, MA, surrounded by his loving family on June 24, 2011, at the age of 76. He was the proud father and best friend to his son Ilya P. Nicholas and his wife Lucy and beloved grandfather to his favorite girls, Natasha and Elyssa. Peter was predeceased by his parents, Arete and John Nikolakakos(Sparta, Greece). He leaves his three loving and dedicated sisters and their respective spouses , Angeleki and John Tselekis of Marlboro, MA., Penelope and Takis Michailos of Tarpon Springs, FL., and Kanella and Anargyros Skantzaris of Burlington, MA. He was also the Uncle and Great Uncle to 17 adoring nieces and nephews. Peter was a charismatic and compassionate man with an endearing smile, who easily made friends from all walks of life. Peter's self-written motto was, " The world belongs to those who dream and dare take that step beyond", and that was how he lived his life, always on his own terms. By the age of 12 Peter had lost both his Father and Grandfather. Peter and his eldest sister, Angeleki, became the primary caregivers for their Mother and sisters in war-torn Greece. He worked numerous jobs (construction, waiter, etc.) over the next 10 years to help support his family and eventually help them immigrate to the United States. Peter served in the Greek military, and after completing his service, he attended and graduated from the Dolianites Beauty Academy of Greece. Immediately thereafter he opened up his own salon which quickly became an attraction for top models in Greece. Peter then followed his family and immigrated to Lynn, MA in 1962. For the next 10 years, he worked as a successful stylist in top salons in Harvard Sq. Cambridge and on Newbury St. Boston. Being true to his entrepreneurial spirit, Peter was always his own boss. He went on to design and run two of his own salons in Marlboro, MA. Over the next two decades, in addition to his beauty salons, he bought and renovated numerous real estate properties throughout Massachusetts. Peter's real passion was his art, his photography and abstract painting. He worked as a photographer in exclusive clubs and events in the Boston area, and he photographed numerous entertainers, celebrities, and public figures. As an artist, he painted until the last months of his life. His abstract paintings decorate the walls of numerous public and private institutions and businesses around the country. He loved sharing his passion for art. True to his Greek heritage, he strived for a balance between mind and body. He was a philosopher /writer of many self help positive quotations. He kept abreast on local/world politics and always looked forward to a good debate. He was a master builder who created beautiful and unique additions to his homes and business'. But most of all he loved to garden. He gained great pleasure in sharing the fruits of his labor with his family and friends. Peter took the greatest pride in his son who was the focal point of his life. They shared an unbreakable bond of friendship, loyalty and love for each other. He will be tremendously missed by his son, family, and friends. At Peter's request he was cremated and all services will be private. Contributions in his memory can be made out to Peter Nicholas Art Institute at PO Box 692, Southborough, MA, for support in art education.
Space Weather News for August 4, 2011

 SOLAR ACTIVITY: For the third day in a row, sunspot 1261 has unleashed a significant M-class solar flare.  The latest blast at 0357 UT on August 4th registered M9.3 on the Richter Scale of Flares, almost crossing the threshold into X-territory (X-flares are the most powerful kind). Also, at least two coronal mass ejections are en route to Earth, and they could provoke mild to moderate geomagnetic storms when they arrive on August 4th through 6th.  High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras.  Check http://spaceweather.com for details and updates.
 DON'T MISS THE STORM: Would you like a call when geomagnetic storms are in progress? Space weather alerts are available from http://spaceweathertext.com (text) and http://spaceweatherphone.com (voice).

Wegmans at the Southborough Library, Tuesday, August 23 at 7:00 p.m.

  The Southborough Library will host the INSIDE STORY, an energizing talk by local business leader Kevin Russell, General Manager, Wegmans. Area business people are invited to this informative and lively evening of learning. It is free and open to the public.

The Southborough Business Network, a group of committed volunteers, meets at the library, located at 25 Main Street, at the junction of Routes 30 and 85 to develop ways for the library and the business community to work together. This group has made a speaker series their priority to reach out to the local community. Refreshments will be served.

Wegmans, a 116-year-old business based in Rochester, New York, is known as an innovative grocer with 77 stores, 44,000 employees, and has been one of the top “Places to Work,” on several lists. Come and learn what this organization knows – the INSIDE STORY – at this kick-off event on Tuesday, August 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the Southborough Library. For more information about this or any event at the library, please call 508-485-5031.


September 11, 2011

Voted "Best Local Music Festival" 2011 at the Worcester Music Awards presented by Pulse Magazine, The 14th Annual Musicfest will once again feature the best in local music. A total of 6 bands will perform on both the main and side stages between 12 and 6pm.

The event is rain or shine and features great food at the Mountainside BBQ, a variety of specialty vendors and the chance to take the scenic SkyRide to the Wachusett summit! The gates open at 12pm... come early to reserve your spot and don't forget your blanket and lawn chairs!

*Special 9/11 activities are in the works and we are starting by offering all members of the active military FREE admission (with valid id) and up to three (3) 1/2 priced admissions for family members.











3:00 P.M.

(Ages 9-18 are welcome)

Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

Native Herbaceous Plant Materials: Late Season

This course covers many of the best native North American herbaceous plants for New England landscapes and gardens, with an emphasis on species that bloom in the second half of the growing season. We focus on identification, cultural requirements, and the relationship between native habitats and the requirements of designed and managed spaces. Lectures include firsthand looks at plant materials used at Garden in the Woods. This course is a companion to HOR1000, but either can be taken separately.


Wednesdays, August 10, 31, 1-3:30 p.m.

Location: Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA
Course Code: hor1050
Instructor: Jessie Panek
Fee: $70 (Member) / $82 (Nonmember)
Limit: 15   Credit: Core-HD; Elective-all certificates



Congratulations Team


 August 3, 2011 -

Back Row: Head Coach: Alan Osetek, Asst Coaches: Steve Courtwright, Mark Zides, John Pappas, and Chris Schifferdecker
Middle Row
: Trevor Schifferdecker, Jack Martin, Jimmy Tobin, Alex Pappas, Ryan Courtwright, Drew Courtwright
Front Row:
Kyle Henderson, Zach Smith, Zach Osetek, Zach Zides, Timmy Dunderdale, Justin Langway


The Southboro 11 District Team enjoyed a very successful summer season.  The goal of the team this summer was to compete in highly competitive tournaments and win the District 5 11 year old tournament.  The boys accomplished every one of their 2011 summer goals.  Overall, the team ended the season 20-3 in games played, winning three championships in three different tournaments (Easton, Mansfield, and District 5) and making it to the semi-finals of the Milford 12 year old tournament.

The boys played very consistently all summer with great defense, very effective pitching from a deep staff, and strong & timely hitting.  The team hit over .500 for the season and had a combination of clutch hitters, OBP machines and power hitters. This combination of hitting prowess made it very difficult for teams to pitch around the entire line-up. The pitching staff was excellent all season and was backed by an excellent defense that made clutch plays when it counted.  The final few games of the season were exciting with a close win over Northboro in the District semi-finals and a see-saw win in a game versus Shrewsbury in the District 5 finals game …a nice way to end the season.  Congrats go out to all of the boys on the Southboro Distict 11 Summer team and their coaches.


Shop for health insurance, now through August 15

Do you buy individual or family health coverage on your own?& Act now through August 15, 2011 to take advantage of the open enrollment period created by state law. Most people will be unable to make changes to their current coverage or buy a new plan once the deadline passes. So use this opportunity to shop and compare health plan prices and benefits.

The Health Connector can help you buy a plan through the Commonwealth Choice program. You can also contact any Massachusetts health insurance carrier directly. For information on the open enrollment rules, visit the Division of Insurance website


Sales tax holiday set for August 13-14; Governor will sign

Taking quick action, the Legislature has approved a bill authorizing a sales tax holiday for the weekend of August 13-14. The Governor's office has already said he will sign the bill, probably early next week.

The terms and conditions for the holiday will be identical to those of previous holidays; Technical Information Release 10-10 from last year's holiday will get a quick rewrite to make it work for this year.

DOR's preliminary estimate is that taxpayers will save about $20.5 million over the two days.

The holiday began as a one-day event 2004, and has been held annually since then with the exception of the summer of 2009, which was the same time the sales tax increased from 5 percent to the current 6.25 percent. The savings to taxpayers have been estimated as follows: 2004, $10.1 million; 2005, $15.4 million; 2006, $16.9 million; 2007, $15.9 million; 2008, $14.9 million; and 2010, $19.9 million (first time holiday was held with sales tax rate set at 6.25 percent).

First EEE Positive Mosquito Sample in Massachusetts
 Cover up or wear bug spray to avoid getting bitten

 BOSTON — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) announced today that Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Massachusetts for the first time this year. EEE infection was confirmed by the William A. Hinton State Laboratory Institute today. The mosquito sample was collected on July 19th in the town of Bridgewater in Plymouth County. There have been no human cases of reported West Nile virus (WNV) infection or EEE so far this year in Massachusetts.
 There was one case of EEE in a Massachusetts resident in 2010, as well as in a Rhode Island resident who was probably exposed to the virus in Massachusetts. Indicators of significant risk for human infection with EEE last year led to a large scale aerial spray to control populations of mosquitoes in Bristol and Plymouth Counties. EEE is usually spread to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. EEE is a serious disease in all ages and can be deadly.
 “Today is our first reminder that EEE virus is circulating in our environment,” said DPH State Epidemiologist, Dr. Al DeMaria. “Southeastern Massachusetts has historically borne the brunt of EEE, although the Northeast along the New Hampshire border has emerged as a concern more recently. It isn’t exclusive to those areas, however, and avoiding mosquito bites should be a priority wherever you are.”
 All WNV and EEE positive results from 2011 can be found on the Arbovirus Surveillance Information web page at www.mass.gov/dph/wnv.
 People have an important role to play in protecting themselves and their loved ones from illnesses caused by mosquitoes.
 Avoid Mosquito Bites
 •Apply Insect Repellent when Outdoors. Use a repellent with DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide), permethrin, picaridin (KBR 3023), oil of lemon eucalyptus [p-methane 3, 8-diol (PMD)] or IR3535 according to the instructions on the product label. DEET products should not be used on infants under two months of age and should be used in concentrations of 30% or less on older children. Oil of lemon eucalyptus should not be used on children under three years of age.
 •Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours. The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. Consider rescheduling outdoor activities that occur during evening or early morning.
 •Clothing Can Help Reduce Mosquito Bites. Wearing long-sleeves, long pants and socks when outdoors will help keep mosquitoes away from your skin.
 Mosquito-Proof Your Home
 •Drain Standing Water. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water. Limit the number of places around your home for mosquitoes to breed by either draining or discarding items that hold water. Check rain gutters and drains. Empty any unused flowerpots and wading pools, and change water in birdbaths frequently.
 •Install or Repair Screens. Keep mosquitoes outside by having tightly-fitting screens on all of your windows and doors.
 More information is available on the DPH website: www.mass.gov/dph/wnv  Information about WNV and Eastern Equine Encephalitis is also available by calling the DPH recorded information line at 1-866-MASS-WNV (1-866-627-7968), or the Epidemiology Program at 617-983-6800

Massachusetts Arbovirus Surveillance


Plant your own lavender and feel like being in the lavender fields of Provence!

Lavender likes full sun and is a perennial.  

Pick some up while they are in bloom and super fragrant! 


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



In the News...

Brain injured veterans are twice as likely to develop Azheimer's, according to a report from the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Paris in July. Read all the highlights.

Listening Sessions for MA & NH Aug 16/18
U.S. capitol

Thanks to the hard work of thousands of Alzheimer Advocates, the National Alzheimer Project Act (NAPA) was passed. NOW, our federal officials want to hear from you about the challenges and needs of people with Alzheimer's: 

Aug.16, Newton Public Library, MA

Aug.18, Manchester Public Library, NH
E-mail Jennifer Carter for info or to sign-up to attend!

Lead the Way: Walk to End Alzheimer's


Walk to End Alz Logo


 September 17 - October 2

Join us at one of 12 locations in MA/NH.

5.4 million have Alzheimer's.

Won't you help us lead the way to an end to Alzheimer's? 

Sign up, start or join a team today. Or Volunteer!

Call 617.393.2050 or Click.   

24/7 Helpline, Call us @ 800.272.3900
Two Women
We don't take a vacation ... but we are here for you even if you are on vacation. The 24/7 Helpline answers your 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 before they become a crisis. Call us at 800.272.3900 or visit Helpline online.
Essential Skills for Caregivers New Series

We provide education and practical tools to those caring for someone with dementia.  Improved day-to-day living and overall quality of life for the person with dementia and the caregiver is the goal. We cover communication techniques, strategies to manage difficult behaviors, and safety in the home. Specifically designed with family caregivers in mind. No professional caregivers please!  Click for info or registration.

Programs in MA & NH ... Learn More

Call 800.272.3900 or click on the links below!

What is Alzheimer's?

Learn about Alzheimer's disease, steps for a diagnosis, and Alzheimer's Association services and local resources.

For locations and information, click

Legal and Financial: Issues and Answers

Learn more about Legal & Financial issues that can affect families affected by Alzheimer's. Sign up for one of our 1.5 hour workshops, presented by an elder law attorney.

For locations and information, click for a complete schedule. 
Getting Started

Designed to provide an overview of Alzheimer's disease to families who have a loved one with memory loss. Topics include getting a diagnosis, behavior and communication, available treatments, local resources, and safety at home. For times and info, click

Learn More About TrialMatch
Professional Caregiver
Since its debut last year, our TrialMatch program has matched more than 2,500 people to Alzheimer's clinical trials based on their diagnosis, preferences and location. You can learn more by clicking or calling 800.272.3900 for clinical trial information and an individualized matching service for people with Alzheimer's disease or related dementias, caregivers, family members and doctors. 

Reach the Beach for Alzheimer's

RTB sm logo 

Since 2009, the Run for the Memory program has been a charitable partner of the Reach the Beach Relay. Volunteers are needed to support the Alzheimer's Association at the Fall NH Reach the Beach Relay from Cannon Mountain to Hampton Beach, Sept.16-17. To learn more about volunteering with the Run for the Memory program, contact Angela Floro by e-mail or phone  617.393.2026.  

Meet Volunteer Gabriella Servello
Gabriella NH intern '11

College: Saint Anselm College
Future Job: Public Relations & Communications/Company Event Planner

Why did you become an intern? I thought that this would be a great opportunity for me to gain experience. Also, I enjoy helping people and this internship  enables me to work with other volunteers and employees for an important cause.

What's your primary role? I am one of the special events interns.My work includes a wide range of PR tasks, research and helping support the events.

What do you like best? The feeling that I have at the end of the day, knowing that my dedication and hard work will benefit a large group of people living with this disease. This is certainly an extraordinary feeling and the associated rewards of the internship become apparent to me each day.

For information on internships and other volunteer opportunities in Mass and NH, contact Laura.Bombrun or call 617.868.718.

What is the Difference?

"Early-Stage"   "Early-Onset"    "Younger-Onset" 


Early-stage Alzheimer's refers to a stage of the disease progression.

Younger-onset Alzheimer's, also known as Early-Onset Alzheimer's, refers to individuals younger than age 65 who have a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. It does not refer to a specific stage of the disease progression. People with younger-onset dementia can be in any stage, early through late. In addition, younger-onset Alzheimer's is commonly used in international communities, & there is value in seeking not only to be consistent but also in using this as a better descriptor of the person with the disease. (Note: Avoid shortening to "young-onset Alzheimer's," as that term has been used by the Mayo Clinic to refer to a very small population aged 17 to 45 that have an Alzheimer's diagnosis.

Click and learn more.
Sept. 6th  PGA Star Hunter Mahan
Hunter Mahan
September 6

11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Sun Life Financial &

PGA Star Hunter Mahan
Drive to End Alzheimer's

Chip Challenge to benefit the cause!

Free Mini-Golf for Kids

Boston Common! 

Another good reason to check out Facebook!
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Aug 7th is Yankee Homecoming Parade
The Alzheimer's Association is taking part in the Yankee Homecoming parade.

 Sunday, August 7 

Noon to 3 p.m.

 Newburyport, MA

Be part of the second oldest town festival in the country! Anyone interested in participating can contact

Dale Granger-Eckert

for more information.

Knowing the Difference
Worried woman

Knowing the Difference: Senior Moments vs. Alzheimer's Disease

August 18, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Clipper Harbor of Portsmouth, 188 Jones Ave, Portsmouth, NH


Coping with Early Memory Loss

Coping with Early Memory Loss: for individuals recently diagnosed with memory loss, their family and friends. Medical and non-medical treatments will be discussed, and resources available to help will be explored.


August 18, 6-8 p.m.

Alzheimer's Association 311 Arsenal Street, Watertown

Call 617.868.6718 for info

Advocate Alert!
MA State House
The MA Elder Affairs Committee favorably reported out proposed legislation to assure quality care in dementia care units in MA nursing homes. We need your help to move this bill to reality! Click the dome!
Purple with a Purpose
Purple with Purpose Donut
Purple with a Purpose returns to Dunkin' Donuts September 15-21.
Partcipating locations in southern NH and eastern MA to benefit the cause!  
Your Legacy

What's important to you? 



Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

Introduction to the Use of Compasses and Maps for Land Navigation


Through classroom instruction and hands-on practice, learn to read topographic maps, use geographic location systems, compasses and clinometers, and global positioning systems. During a field excursion, practice navigating in small groups to several points using a map and compass. All participants should be prepared for classroom lecture and field time in the woods at a local state park. Bring a note pad, mechanical pencil, cell phone, calculator, lunch, drinking water, insect repellent, sunscreen, and dress appropriately for the weather (rain or shine). Bring a compass, clinometer, GPS, protractor, or UTM plotter if you have them; otherwise they are provided. It is strongly recommended that participants either wait to purchase any of these items until after the training or contact the instructor prior to purchasing anything.


Saturday, August 6, 2011, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Location: Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA
Course Code: bot7036
Instructor: Joel Carlson
Fee: $84 (Member) / $101 (Nonmember)
Limit: 12   Credit: Elective--all certificates



August 2, 2011 - Where is the little Dutch Boy when you need him?  The boards at the Deerfoot Road dam have apparently breached. 




August 2, 2011 - The backsides of building billowing clouds over Cape Cod can be seen from the Trottier School today.



                                DAILY LOG


Tuesday 7/26/11



























    E23  FF ROACH        FF AMENDOLA




    C30  FF ROACH





Wednesday 7/27/11


























Thursday 7/28/11



    A28  FF ASPESI       FF WILLS




    A28  FF ASPESI       FF WILLS





Saturday 7/30/11



    A28  FF KANE         FF NAVAROLI

    C30  FF WILLS



    HQ4  FF ASPESI       FF KANE         FF WILLS



    HQ4  FF ASPESI       FF KANE         FF WILLS



    A28  FF KANE         FF NAVAROLI

    C30  FF WILLS


Sunday 7/31/11



    HQ1  LT DANO         FF STRONG       FF PIERCE       FF NEAL



    A28  FF ROACH        FF NEAL

    C30  LT DANO         EMT GLECKEL



    A28  FF ROACH        EMT GLECKEL

    C30  LT DANO         FF NEAL


Monday 8/1/11



    E22  FF RICE         FF ROACH




    C30  FF ROACH



    E22  FF RICE         FF ROACH




    A28  FF RICE         FF ASPESI

    C30  FF ROACH



    A29  FF ROACH        FF NEAL


Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com



An updated version of the Massachusetts Outdoor Recreation Map is now available from the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife and the Department of Conservation and Recreation. This map is packed with information for residents and visitors looking for places to enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, hunting, camping, hiking, wildlife watching, and swimming across the Bay State. The 2010 Massachusetts Outdoor Recreation Map shows conservation lands managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and the Department of Fish and Game's (DFG) Division of Fisheries and Wildlife. It also identifies all boat access, sportfishing piers, and shore fishing areas built by DFG's Office of Fishing and Boating Access. There is additional information about outdoor safety and ethics, licensing requirements for fishing and hunting, and web addresses to further information about recreational opportunities on state properties.


The Massachusetts Outdoor Recreation Map is now available to pick up at the DFG office in Boston, all DFW offices in Ayer, Belchertown, Bourne, Dalton, West Boylston, and Westborough.  To obtain a map from DFW by postal mail, send a self-addressed 64-cent stamped business-sized envelope to: Outdoor Recreation Map, DFW Field Headquarters, 1 Rabbit Hill Rd, Westborough, MA 01581. Maps will soon be available at DCR properties across the state and at selected highway information centers.


The Entertainment

July 31, 2011 - The Clambake Five entertained the seniors at their annual summer picnic.

August 1 - 5, 2011

Meeting Date Time Place
Board of Commissioners of Trust Fund - Agenda - CANCELLED Aug 1 8:00 AM First Floor Conference Room Town House
Council on Aging - Agenda Aug 3 7:00 PM Country Kitchen Cordaville Hall
Green Technology and Recycling Committee - Agenda Aug 4 7:30 PM Conference Room, DPW Building, 149 Cordaville Road
  Southborough Senior Center
1 Monday 2 Tuesday 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday 5 Friday 6Saturday
8:30 Walking fitness challenge 8:30 walking group 8:30 walking fitness 9:30 Mah Jongg 8:30 Walking fitness open 9:00 AM Noon



  9:30 Tai Chi 9:00 Health Clinic   10:00 Canasta
9:00 Health Clinic 10 Bocce   10:00 Beginner Tai Chi  
9:30 A matter of balance 12:00 Ping Pong 9:30 Pool 10:00 AM Bocce  
9:30 am cribbage 12:00 pitch   12:00 Bridge  
      12:00 Pitch  
Sunday  31 Monday 1 Tuesday 2 Wednesday 3 Thursday 4 Friday 5 Saturday 6
  Story Time from India
Aug 01   2:30 PM  





The New England Dental Group

Now with offices in Marlborough and their newest on Route 9 in Southborough.  State of the art dentistry.  They offer general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, implants, endodontics, periodontics, custom dentures, oral surgery and teeth whitening.  They also are an invisalign provider.  Currently offering free whitening (current patients inquire about discount) or a $99 exam, X-ray and cleaning for new patients only.  Some restrictions will apply.


661 Boston Post Road East, Route 20, Marlborough, MA 508-281-9880

257 Turnpike Road, Suite 330, Route 9 West, Southborough, MA 508-281-9865


Dinner Time

July 31, 2011 - Cooks and servers from Tasty Home Cooking Cafe and Catering of Marlborough tossed up some great fare at the Annual  Senior BBQ picnic.

Sports and Recreation

ARHS Sports Photos by Chris Wraight www.thawkspix.com

The Marlboro Senior Softball teams went 3 and 3 for the week.
The Jr. Panthers split their games with the Wayland Gray Sox 16 to 2
 and dropping the 2nd game 10 to 11. Marlboro’s offense was led by
 Jeff Allen 5 for 6 and Steve Picone 5 for 7 with a triple.
 The Sr Panthers split a home and home series with the Milford
 Woodies. The Senior’s playing at home won the first game 10 – 9
 scoring the winning run in the top of the 8th and dropped the 2nd 10
 – 2. Traveling to Ashland the Senior’s won the 1st game 7 to 1 and
 dropped the 2nd game 3 to 0. Marlboro’s offense was led by Steve
 Goldstein going 8 for 11 and Paul Starek 5 for 8. Jim Raymond also
 chipped in with a triple and home run.
 Chett Setterlund played outstanding defense at 3rd in the series in
 Team Record are the Sr. Panthers 9 and 13 and the Jr. Panthers are
 12 and 10