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November 11, 2007 to  November 17, 2007

November 17, 2007 - A display of quilts and other items for sale today at the Community House.

Steeple Coffeehouse Presents


Nerissa and Katryna Nields

November 17th ~ 7:30pm

For more information click Steeple Coffeehouse
 

Name your Street

November 17, 2007 - Brian holds the list of street signs that are available for $10.00 a sign.  All proceeds from he Autumn Fair at the Senior Center will benefit the Council on Aging.

Help Southborough Reach its Recycle goals

November 17, 2007 - Members of the Recycle Committee provided booklets and information on what types of products that can be recycled at the transfer station.  You are now able to recycle all kinds of paper (white, colored, catalogs, magazines and junk mail), plastic containers from #1 through #7 can now be recycled and permits are required to leave refrigerators, humidifiers, air conditioners and water coolers at the metal bin area.   Permits are available at the DPW office.  There are no more CRT televisions or computer monitors allowed except on special collection days for those products. 

 
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New Feature Southborough Home Sales

Price

Address

Seller

Buyer

Date

$340,000

24 Ward Road

Goodfriend, Harry

SMC Ralty Trust

10/31/2007

$460,000

13 Fairview

Rist, Thomas P.

Moskowitz, Michael

10/30/2007

$1,180,000

92 Sears Road

Hynes, Colin

Mazor, Laura

10/29/2007

$320,000

4 Pleasant Street

Kutzko, Jeanne F.

New England Center for Children

10/22/2007

$4,000

Wolf Pen Lane

Anthony A. Franchi, Jr. RET

Monastess-Bemis, Marthe

10/19/2007

$463,000

34 MeetingHouse Ln

Middle Road LLC

Strate, Ann L.

10/19/2007

$675,000

8 Hickory Road

8 Hickory Road RT

Carlin, Daniel A. `

10/19/2007

$950,000

74 Main Street

Catineau, Rose A.

Fay School Inc

10/16/2007

$210,000

140 Marlboro Road

Higgiston, Margaret J.

Bravo, Walker

10/15/2007

$779,000

13 Ledgehill Road

Soteroff, Elizabeth P.

Nix, Raymond E.

9/25/2007

$690,000

6 Sarsenstone Way

Bartolin, David A.

Moulana, Nausheen

9/25/2007

$430,000

6 Red Gate Lane

Kratzer, Agnes E.

Zilinsky Eric

9/25/2007

$355,000

9 Harris Drive

Dr. Carulli, John P.

Dworakows, Wioletta Sylwi

9/25/2007

$509,500

6 Jericho Hill Road

Dobbins, David

Buivydas, Romas D.

9/19/2007

$1,475,000

7 Schipper Farm Ln

Levitt, Allan

Wageman, Patrick A.

9/12/2007

$173,000

4 Meetinghouse Lane

Middle Road LLC

Weaver, Jennifer

9/11/2007

$1,100,000

3 Presidential Drive

Cooke, Christine

Donnelly, Thomas F.

9/4/2007

$290,000

87 Oak Hill Road

Boyer, Sharon

Darcangelo, James J.

8/31/2007

$313,000

14 Prentiss Street

Roach, Edward M.

Meka, Spinivasan

8/31/2007

$430,000

18 Central Street

Abend, Jay

Rodriquez, Melinda

8/30/2007

$607,900

14 Sarsenstone Way

Gould, Steven J.

Mahoney, James E.

8/30/2007

$1,022,500

5 Presidential

Goodman Christine

Flores, Gregorio R.

8/29/2007

$745,000

5 Brookside Road

Tagabe Realty Trust

Bourret, Jason C.

8/27/2007

$715,000

103 Middle Road

O'malley, Daniel J.

Stevens, Jeffrey S.

8/27/2007

$562,500

189 Middle Road

Gilman, David

Wagner, Robert

8/23/2007

$500,000

188 Southville Road

Pucciariello, Charles

Kerrigan, Edward

8/22/2007

$420,000

4 Aspenwood Ln

Bjork, Marcia J.

Spiro, Dorothea A.

8/14/2007

$566,000

2 Crestview

Spiro, Dorothea A.

Johnson, Nancy

8/14/2007

$789,000

32 Liberty Drive

Venigalla, Laxmanrao

Carroll, James J. Jr.

8/10/2007

$376,500

9 Lyman Street

Walter, Jacob H.

Hill, Douglas R.

8/3/2007

$777,777

35 Constitution

McCormick, Kentwell L.

Carulli, John

7/31/2007

$245,000

32 Bigelow Road

Susan Bigelow

Garofalo, Stephen J. Jr.

7/31/2007

$834,500

12 Fiddleneck Lane

Brosnan, Maryann

Schanzer, Andrea L.

7/27/2007

$772,000

14 Clemmons

Mccarthy, Marianne Y.

Mukhejee, Shubhendu, S.

7/25/2007

$707,500

14 Ward Road

Maconi RT

Huang-Truong, Lanting

7/23/2007

$1,050,000

5 Wyeth Circle

Keefe, Marguerite A.

Sullivan, Holly

7/18/2007

$756,000

4 Nathan Stone Lane

Sullivan, Holly

Early, Jill Smith

7/16/2007

$550,000

5 Foley Drive

Luloff, Arlyne K.

Rangavajjula, Himabindu

7/13/2007

$419,900

8 Meetinghouse Ln

Middle Road LLC

Davis, Amelia J.

7/5/2007

$414,000

38 Woodbury Road

Beauchesne Bryan M.

Goodman, Christopher

7/2/2007

Flotilla

November 16, 2007 - The Canada Geese flotilla off Parkerville Road.

The Yellow Bus Drill

November 16, 2007 - Students from the Woodward School learn how to safely evacuate the school bus in case of an emergency.  The drill was held November 5, 2007.  Photo courtesy of Woodward School Staff.

Police Log

Tuesday 10/23/07

Patrol and building checks

Radar Marlboro Road, Woodland at Baypath

21:00 steel plate separating at Boston Road

20:47 medical East Main Street

20:04 assist citizen to town line

17:17 MVA no injuries Boston Road

17:15 tree across train track White Bagley Road

16:40 DPW tree across roadway Parkerville North

16:26 medical Southville Road

15:35 erratic operator route 9 west

15:00 suspicious activity Newton Street, child sleeping in unattended car

12:35 tree across road Overlook drive, DPW called

11:38 medial Newton Street

10:20 911 hang-up Pinehill

09:44 community policing Boston Road

08:10 Kennedy Lane water problem

08:00 detail request route 9 and Crystal Pond

07:00 Marlboro Road Traffic Enforcement

07:00 Cordaville Road and Route 9 traffic Enforcement  More Police Log

Assabet Valley Regional Tech High SChool

1977 - 1978 Class Reunion combined 30th year reunion

Friday November 23, 2007

Best Western Hotel, Marlboro, MA

Contact Ed Horrigan at 978-897-6707 or email edhorrigan1@yahoo.com

Algonquin Regional High School Reunions

Class of 2002   Five year Reunion  Friday 11/23/07   McFadden's in Boston  for Reservations call Molly McDonald @508-868-6482, Colleen Ellsworth 508-572-4825 or Caitlin Mackie 508-341-1968

Class of 1992   Fifteen year reunion Saturday 11/24, 2007 @ 7:30 PM Indian Meadows Westborough, MA RSVP Raj Seth @ 508-380-5272 or email arhs1992@gmail.com

Class of 1987  Saturday November 24, 2007 from 7:00 PM to midnight @ Indian Meadows, 275 Turnpike Road, Westborough, MA  Hors'D'euvres, Entertainment, 50/50 raffle.  $50.00 per person (make checks payable to ARHS class of 1987) and mail to ARHS class of 1987, P.O. Box 113, Southborough, MA 01772  For more information Email  elizabeth.baldelli@regus.com  

Free Financial Aid Seminar for High Schoolers

The annual College Financial Aid Night sponsored by Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, 215 Fitchburg St., Marlborough, will take place Nov. 27 from 7-8 p.m. in the Lecture Hall. Q&A to follow from 8-9 p.m. For info, contact Becky Brownstein at (508) 485-9430 ext. 301.

Lightning Strike

November 15, 2007 - A house off of Fisher Road received quite the blow from a nearby lightning strike to a White Pine Tree.  The lightening then traveled through the irrigation system to the house. Damage occurred to some of the wiring in one room of the home. One chunk of the pine tree destroyed an outside lantern and banged the garage door.  Another nearby pine tree also suffered a hit but did no damage. Southborough Fire Fighters responded to the call shortly after 10 AM.  Marlborough Fire covered the station.  No one was injured in the incident.

Suessical the Musical

November 15, 2007 - Don't miss out!! Tickets for Suessical the Musical can only be purchased through online sales and phone reservations.  No box office tickets available.  Two more shows:  Saturday November 17, 2007 , 8:00 pm and Sunday November 18, 2007 , 3:00 pm.  Click here for more information on purchasing tickets: http://www.southboroughplayers.org

Basket Raffle Crowd

November 15, 2007 -  A standing room only crowed attended the Woodward School Basket Raffle Fundraiser held November 9th. Photos courtesy of Woodward School staff.

SHANNON MCGREW OF SOUTHBOROUGH, MA OFFERS A MASSAGE A MONTH FEATURING HOT STONE MASSAGE

(Southborough News advertiser Shannon from Peaceful Minds will be doing feature articles once a month on the various forms of massage therapy.)

SOUTHBOROUGH, MA – Shannon McGrew, Licensed Massage Therapist, located in Southborough, MA is offering Hot Stone Massage at a special rate for the month of November. Hot Stone Massage is one of the fastest growing modalities of bodywork in recent years. The therapist uses both hot and cold stones to massage the body. The heat from the stones is immediate and it helps to soothe the nervous system as well as relax the muscles.

When heated or cooled, the rocks add a feeling of smooth textures and weight bearing properties that provide a unique stress-reducing result. You will leave feeling luxurious and pampered. As the temperature begins to drop in New England, the feeling of hot stones is a feeling of bliss.

Hot Stone Massage can be extremely beneficial. It helps to promote physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. It can help people suffering from fibromyalgia, arthritis, and the recovery from injuries; just to name a few.

Shannon McGrew’s private practice is located at 71B Turnpike Road, Southborough MA. Shannon has been practicing massage for over a year and a half. She offers Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish/Relaxation Massage, Reflexology, Hot Stone Massage, Pregnancy Massage, and Reiki. Shannon McGrew just recently learned the ancient Hawaiian Massage; Lomi Lomi, and CranioSacral Therapy.

So why wait to treat yourself? Now until December 1st receive $15 off your first treatment (original price: 1hr: $85, 1 ½ hr: $115). Hot Stone Massage is guaranteed to melt your muscle tension away and leave you floating on a cloud of relaxed bliss.

To schedule an appointment or if you have any other questions about the types of massages Shannon offers, please call (508) 735-0396. Also feel free to visit her website at www.peacefulminds-massage.com

Troop 92 Annual Kid's Shop

Saturday December 1, 2007

9 AM to 2 PM

Woodward School Cafeteria

Refreshments, Raffles, home baked cookie sale, Free wrapping

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Water Sampling

November 15, 2007 - The Sudbury River Watershed Organization, Cedar Swamp Conservation Trust and the Friends of Lake Whitehall along with the Massachusetts Riverways completed several months of water sampling along the mainstem of the Sudbury River and the Upper Sudbury River tributaries today.

Algonquin Sports Schedule November 15, 2007

No Sports Scheduled

Assabet Valley Voke Tech  Schedule November 15, 2007

Boys JV Football VS **Cancelled - Keefe Technical High School   3:30pm
 Boys Freshman Football VS Burncoat Senior High School   3:30pm

The Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Inc was founded right here in Southborough.  It has been in existence since 2001 and pools together an extensive collection of books, art paintings and prints, artifacts and historic memorabilia pertaining to the Buffalo soldiers and the black soldiers throughout America's military history.  The Buffalo Soldiers bring living history alive by re-creating the Buffalo Soldiers 9th and 10th Cavalry, 10th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Battalion Troop A.  They dress in replica clothing and outfitted as they would have been had they stepped back into 1866 the year of the Army Reorganization Act reversed the pre-civil War practice of excluding blacks from military service as U.S. Army regulars.  Today's Buffalo Soldier appears in parades, encampments, honor guard and presentations, lectures and workshops made to schools and organizations. There most recent color guard opportunity was very special and dear to them as they proudly stood by the swearing in ceremony of Major General Joseph C. Carter as the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 26, 2007.  General Carter is the first African-American to hold this post in 370 years of the Massachusetts National Guard History. Members of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company A joined with the Buffalo Soldiers in this honor. Photos Courtesy of Trooper Jay.

Steeple Coffeehouse Presents


Nerissa and Katryna Nields

November 17th ~ 7:30pm

For more information click Steeple Coffeehouse
 

Donald A. Neal

 

 

65, died, November 12, 2007. He was the beloved husband of Beverly (Cocker) Neal of Southborough. Loving father of Jennifer Lefebvre & her husband David of Marlborough, Stephanie Wright & her husband Brian of Georgia, VT, Jason Neal & his wife Nicole of Southborough. Loved brother of Tricia Ohashi of Spokane, WA, John Neal of Salem, OR, Ken Neal of Oroville, WA, & the late Richard Neal. Adored grandfather of Lindsay & Lauren Lefebvre. Visiting hours Thurs, Nov. 15 from 4 to 8 PM at Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main St., SOUTHBOROUGH www.morrisfuneralparlor.com   Funeral Fri. Nov. 16, at 10:30 at St. Mark's Church, 27 Main St. Southborough. Contributions may be sent in his memory to Peter J. Croci. Memorial Sports Scholarship, 21 Breakneck Hill Rd, Southborough, MA 01772.

Southborough Food Pantry

The United Parishes Food Pantry is located at the Pilgrim Church, Southborough.  Hours are Tuesday 7:00 to 8:00 PM and Fridays 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

They are looking for crackers, cookies, tomato products, shampoo and any other item you are willing to donate. Thanksgiving is coming up fast too so think of items that could be used with Turkey dinners.  Please check the expiration dates of the items.  If you would like to donate a monetary contribution, please make checks out to Southborough Food Pantry and mail to P.O. Box 281, Southborough, MA 01772.  All contributions are tax deductible.

SOUTHBOROUGH RECREATION PROGRAMS

Call the office or visit our website for more details – 508-229-4452 www.southboroughtown.com/recreation/recreation.htm

 

Wobble Gobble 5K run/2M walk – November 22

Sponsored by NRG BAR

Start your day with a healthy run/walk in preparation for the huge turkey dinner.

Mail in registration $20 received before Nov. 20 – Registration day of $25

TRIPS

Yuletide Newport & LaSalette – November 26

Join your friends on a delightful holiday tour combining the beautifully decorated mansions of Newport, Rhode Island and the magnificent lighting display at LaSalette Shrine. $79/person (senior citizen $60)

New York City – December 8

Shop till you drop in the big city or see a show. View the Rockefeller Christmas Tree all lit up. Start with a free cup of coffee and pastry with the Recreation staff.

$70/person

PRESCHOOL(ages 2.5-5)

Tiny Blades – November 12 – January 4

Basketball – November 3 – January 5

Spanish – November 6 – January 8

Musical Playtime – November 8 – January 10

Creative Movement – November 9 – January 11

Music and Movement – November 9 – January 11

Art Projects – November 3 – January 5

Gym and Swim – November 7 – December 13

Mommy and me – November 9 – January 11

Gymnastics – November 6 – January 10

Ballet/Tap – November 7 – January 2

Crazy Kickers – November 3 – January 5

Minisports – November 3 – January 5

GRADES 1-3

Slapshot – November 3 – January 5

Pillo Pollo – November 3 – January 5

GRADES 6-8

FREE - Home Alone Safety – October 26

Tennis – November 4 – December 16

ADULTS

CPR – January 19

Intro to Yoga – November 10 – December 29

Intro to Ashtange – November 6 – January 8

Tennis – November 4 – December 16

Volleyball – December 10 - March 10

Belly Busters – December 10 – March 10

ARHS Class of 1987 Reunion

Saturday November 24, 2007  from 7:00 PM to Midnight at Indian Meadows, 275 Turnpike Road, Westborough, MA

Hors'D'euvres, Entertainment, 50/50 Raffle

$50.00 per person (make checks payable to ARHS Class of 1987) and mail to ARHS Class of 1987, P.O. Box 113, Southborough, MA 01772.  For more information Email elizabeth.baldelli@regus.com

Algonquin Sports Schedule November 14, 2007

No Sports Scheduled

Assabet Valley Voke Tech  Schedule November 14, 2007

No Sports Scheduled

Capping of the Pillars

November 13, 2007 - New granite pillar tops were applied today to the Community House's two new pillars on Main Street.  Left is Romualdo, center Marcio and to the right Bea congratulate each other on the topping off.

What, you want my photo?

November 13, 2007 - Al the Boomerang takes a look at the camera.

Sudbury Valley Trustees Lecture Series

“The Wild Within”

Thursday, November 29: 7:30PM

Wolbach Farm, Sudbury

Please join Sudbury Valley Trustees and guest speakers Paul Rezendes and Daniel Kilpatrick as we begin our series “Nature in our Lives and Imaginations.” Do you think human beings are disconnected from the natural world and from each other? What are the consequences? Paul and Dan invite your active participation in examining these questions and exploring the possibility of wholeness in a fragmented world. Paul Rezendes is a photographer, naturalist and author of Tracking and the Art of Seeing and other books. Daniel Kilpatrick, PhD., is Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology at UMass Medical Center. $5-members; $10-nonmembers. Space is limited and registration required. 978-443-5588.

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

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Sudbury Valley Trustees is a non-profit association of individuals, families, and businesses committed to protecting wildlife habitat and the ecological integrity of the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord River valleys for the benefit of present and future generations. SVT currently owns, through gifts and purchase, more than eighty properties in fifteen towns, totaling over 2,100 acres. In addition, SVT holds conservation restrictions on nearly 900 acres, and has been instrumental in preserving more than 6,000 acres now protected by public agencies.

Veterans and Scouts

November 13, 2007 - Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Daisys and Veterans all marched in Sunday's parade.

Assabet Valley Regional  Technical High School Exhibit Night

Wednesday, November 14, 2007 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Open to all.  Informational booths showcase all of Assabet Valley  Technical School's programs.  Come and learn more about Assabet Valley.  Located at 215 Fitchburg Street, Marlborough, MA

www.assabettech.com

1st ANNUAL GOBBLE WOBBLE

Thanksgiving Morning

5K Run, 2 Mile Walk and Kids Fun Run

 

Sponsored by NRG BAR

www.NRG-Bar.com

Fundraiser for the

“Friends of the Southborough Recreation Department”

Date: Thursday, November 22, 2007

Time: 7:00 am Registration, 8:00 am Race Start

Place: Trottier School, 49 Parkerville Road, Southborough, MA

Entry Fee: $20.00 if registration received before Nov. 20th and $25.00 on day of race (nonrefundable), Kids Fun Run is FREE!

Register on-line or mail registration to:

Southborough Recreation,

21 Highland St., Southborough, MA 01772

Checks payable to Friends of the Southborough Recreation Department

http://www.southboroughtown.com/recreation/recreation.htm

T-Shirts to all pre entered athletes and the first 25 to register on race day

Prizes for the first 3 in each age group (Kids Fun Run Groups: 3-4, 5-8, 9-11)

ZBA Vacancy - any interested resident should submit a letter of interest along with the Volunteer Form to the Selectmen's office by Nov. 15. Interviews will be held by the Selectmen on Nov. 20 beginning at 7:30pm.

This clinic will be for those ages 50 and up.

More photos have been added

November 12, 2007 - More photos have been uploaded  the Veterans page.

Click the banner above to take you to the Town Website to see all the drafts for the Master Plan update.  This is your town, our town so take a part in it.  The plan now has drafts available for review in the following categories: Vision and Goals, Land Use Element, Housing Element, Transportation and Circulation Element, Open Space and Recreation Element, Natural and Cultural Resources and Economic Development.

Make sure to check out the advertisers on Southborough News.  Their support helps to keep the website up and running.  If you are looking to buy or sell a home click Lorraine Estella of Realty Executives.  How about the stress of the everyday rising prices? Need a massage? click Peaceful Minds Massage.  Can't afford to sell or buy that house of your dreams maybe try doing something different with the house you have by clicking Thomson Architects.  Tired of lugging your trash to the transfer station? Have Countryside Rubbish and Recycling do that service for you. Haven't sent a loved one flowers in a while, Don't forget to send flowers for the holidays so why not give Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop a call.  Starting your holiday shopping, get something personal from Sandy at Classic Calligraphy. Are you following the show Dances with the Stars? Now you have decided you want to learn how to dance call Annemarie's Dance Centre.  Don't forget to check out more advertisers and their business cards on our Business Card Page.  If you are looking to do some renovations but you need to cut through that cement call Fred Mabardy of F. P. Marbardy Co. at 508-460-9742.  Looking for a photographer for that special occasion try Lisa Tommaney Photography at 508-353-5062; Carol of Simply Images-Photography at 508-485-4708 or Photographic Images at 508-435-5534.  If you would love to advertise on Southborough News email editor@southboroughnews.com

AUTUMN OUTDOOR SAFETY TIPS

Fall is a wonderful time to be outdoors with its dazzling colors, crisp air and wildlife activity galore. Whether your passion is hiking, hunting, fishing, birding or just taking in the scenery, a few common sense safety reminders will add to your enjoyment during a day in the field.

  • Know your limits. Don't take off on a long hike, hunt or bike ride if you're not physically ready. Tell someone where you're going and when you expect to return.

  • Watch the weather. New England weather is notorious for quick changes. Be ready with an extra layer of clothing, warm hat and gloves.

  • Expect the unexpected. No one expects problems while spending a day outdoors, but having a fanny pack with a few first aid items, matches, water, pocket knife, cell phone, map, compass, whistle, extra food and flashlight can help prevent small problems from becoming big ones.

  • Wear blaze orange for visibility. Whether you're a hunter, hiker or walking the dog in rural areas, it's a good idea to wear a cap or vest of highly visible blaze orange clothing while you’re enjoying the great outdoors.

  • Respect the water. Canoeists and kayakers are required to wear life jackets from September 15 to May 15, but all water enthusiasts, especially anglers who wade our larger rivers, would be wise to wear floatation devices now that water temperatures are cool.

  • Respect other outdoor users. Mountain biking, horseback riding, wildlife watching, hunting and hiking are not mutually exclusive activities. Know the seasons and who is likely to be sharing the woods and waters with you. Keep dogs under control and respect outdoor users rights to enjoy our open spaces.

  • Finally, licensed sportsmen and women are reminded to take the basics of hunter safety to heart. Treat every firearm as it were loaded, keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction at all times. Positively identify your target and what lies beyond it.

Courtesy of Mass Wildlife News   Visit http://www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/ for more information on Massachusetts wildlife.

Southborough meetings

November 12, 2007 - November 16, 2007

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

Capital Budget Planning

11/12 ?

7:00 PM

Country Kitchen, Cordaville Hall

Assabet Valley Reg.Voc Tech district school committee

11/13

7:00  PM

Conference Room Assabet Valley

Board of Library Trustees

11/13

5:00 PM

library

Local Emergency Planning Committee

11/13

10:00 AM

Memorial Hall Fire Station

Scholarship Committee

11/13

7:30 PM

Cordaville Hall Country Kitchen

Advisory Committee 11/14 7:00 PM Upper Hall Cordaville Hall
Cable Television Committee 11/15 8:30 AM Hearing Room Town Hall
Conservation Commission agenda 11/15 7:30 PM Hearing Room Town House

Southborough Library Schedule

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday Saturday

10:30 AM  Story Hour

4 - 5 year olds

 

 

10:30 AM Story Hour

2 - 3 year olds

10:30 AM Stories and Crafts for

2 & 5 year olds

 music/mother goose

11:00 AM

babies, 1 & 2 year olds

Every other Saturday

11:00

music and mother goose

Senior Center Weekly Schedule

Monday 12

Tuesday 13

Wednesday  14

Thursday 15

Friday 16

Veterans Day Holiday

8:30  AM Walking Group

9:30 AM Painting

8:30 AM Health clinic

9:30  AM Mahjongg Independent

 

11:00 AM Senior Singers

10:00 AM Pool

9:30 AM Mah Jongg

9:30 the Gadabouts

 

11:30 AM Lunch

12:00 A Veterans Recognition Widget: Their Stories

10:00 AM Creative Writers

11:00 AM Chair Exercise

 

12:30 PM Pitch

12:00 PM Lunch 11:30 Lunch

11:00 AM Origami

 

1:00 PM scrabble

2:00 PM Fitness

12:15 Pitch

 
  1:00 PM water Aerobics  

1:00 PM Flu Clinic

12:00 Lunch
      1:00 PM Bridge 1:00 PM Water Aerobics

The Southborough News Salutes our Veterans

November 11, 2007 - On the 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour a large turnout of Southborough residents and our Veterans that have served in WWII, Korea, Vietnam and our later wars and conflicts such as Afghanistan and Iraq came out to honor all those who have served.

Southborough American Legion Post 161

& Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3276

Welcome the residents of Southborough to attend our Veterans Day Observance

Veterans Day Observance

Sunday November 11th @ 11:00 AM

 

The 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month.

 

Residents are encouraged to attend to honor those who have served this nation and are serving today around the world.

Please Join Us

Commander Steve Whynot – VFW Post 3276 (508-481-2359)

Commander John Wilson – American Legion – Post 161 (508-485-4059)

 

Veterans - Serving with Pride!!!

Southborough Senior Center

Stephen P. Griffey Of Southborough, formerly of Natick Nov. 8. Beloved husband of Katharine (Glynn) Griffey M.D. Dear father of Thomas J. & Christopher J. Griffey, both of Southborough. Devoted son of Dr.Louis E. Griffey of Marlborough & the late Gladys R. (Gschwind) Griffey. Brother of Susan Griffey of Columbia Md., Karen Griffey & her husband Kevin Iles of Walpole, Robin Griffey of Norwood, Elizabeth Griffey of Quincy, Sara Griffey of Waltham, David Griffey of Greensboro N.C. & the late Ricky Griffey. Also survived by many nieces & nephews. Relatives & friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass in St. Matthews Church Southborough Tuesday at 11AM. Visiting hours in the John Everett & Sons Funeral Home 4 Park St., (at Natick Common) Natick Monday 4 to 8PM. Interment Rural Cemetery Southborough. Expressions of sympathy may be made in his name to St. Matthew's Parish Scholarship Fund, 105 Southville Rd. Southborough MA 01772. For directions & guestbook www.everettfuneral.com