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October 5,  2008 - October 11, 2008

Pumpkin Lighting Sunday Night

October 11, 2008 - Do you have your pumpkin carved? Join other Southborough Residents in lighting up Southborough.  Drop off for carved pumpkins will take place Sunday in front of the Southborough Library from 4:30 to 6:30 PM.  Lighting and viewing will take place between 7:00 and 8:30 PM along the wall going up Common Street to St. Marks Street.  If you haven't picked up a pumpkin by now there are still a few left along with beautiful and colorful mums at Gulbankian Farm Garden Center and Florist at the intersection of Route 85 and Mount Vickery Road.

Choice Carwash Open House

October 11, 2008 - Choice Car Wash celebrated its grand opening yesterday and today with free car washes.  Located on Route 30/155 Boston Road.  Owned and operated locally by life long resident Bill and Chris Stapleton and family the car wash offers the best in technological advances in getting your car washed. Use either the Touch Free or the Rite Touch method.

Photo Left: Bill Checks out a newly washed vehicle. Right: Long line awaits the car wash.











At Eastern Mountain Sports in Marlboro,

on Oct. 17th from 5-9 PM and Oct. 18th from 10 AM – 9 PM,

if you are a member of SOLF, you will

get 20% off your purchases

by showing your membership card.

If you are not a member,

become one or

make a $10 donation to SOLF

and get 20% off your purchases.

On Oct. 13th , we will have a booth at

Heritage Day on St. Mark's field.

Come see a large map of

where our properties are located or

see some of the news about us, past and present.

Buy an all cotton, SOLF T-shirt for $10

while supplies last.

We hope you stop in to see us!

Sorry for any inconvenience caused by this change

in the dates for EMS.


Arts Center at Southborough Newsletter
October 2008
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In This Issue
Pastel Workshop
Rosalita's Puppets
Camera Workshop
Administrative Details
Building Update
LCC Grants
Quick Links
Join Our Mailing List
Greetings -
Welcome to our fall line up! We have an excited year a head of us and we can't wait!

Stop by our booth at Heritage Day to pick up the latest newsletter (or read it here first), tie-dye a t-shirt, register for a class and double check your listing in the phone book.

We welcome any and all feedback and would love to hear from you.  We're looking for fresh ideas and hope to see you at one of our classes or events!

Thank you -
Emily van Nort
Interim Director, Arts Center at Southborough
Pastel Workshop with Greg Maichack, Thursday October 29th
6:00pm at Southborough Library

Join us for an engaging demonstration on the art of pastel. Maichack has taught workshops throughout New England. For more information take a look at his website
Rosalita's Puppets, Saturday November 15th
11am at Pilgrim Church's Fellowship Hall
Rosalitas Puppets Charlotte DoreTickets $7/person

Experience the unique charm of marionettes made by professional actor-puppeteer Charlotte Anne Dore. She blends puppetry, improvisation, music and storytelling into her energetic shows. All the voices and singing are performed live, by Charlotte herself. For more detail take a look at Charlotte's web site

Why Does My Camera Have SO many Buttons?
Sunday November 16th
1-4pm at Arts Center, $45 with Michelle Sheppard

An ideal class for digital camera users just getting their feet wet.  If you are feeling overwhelmed by technical terms, settings, buttons, and icons, than this is the workshop for you! 
Administrative Tidbits
Ann Freeman drawing of the Arts CenterClasses for Session II Start November 3rd

Workshops: registration closes one week before event.

Read our latest newsletter here

Membership! We appreciate those of you who continue to give. If you'd like to renew today, click here.(If you'd like us to remind you when you last donated, send an email)

Building Update
Arts Building Warhol StyleThe elevator is operational! We are waiting for the state to inspect it, but I can report with confidence that the building will be fully operational soon. Thank you to all the many folks who have had a hand in getting the elevator operational. 
LCC Grants - Please Read.

The LCC Grant cycle is underway.  Grant applications are due October 15th and we will be voting on them in early November. 

This year we have received an allocation of $4,300.  Please give some thought to artists and organizations that may want to submit grant applications.  We strongly encourage new ideas and groups who have noLCC logot applied before.

The following is the press release that has been sent to the newspapers:
Proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science projects due October 15, 2008.
The Southborough Cultural Arts Council has set an October 15 deadline for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community.  These grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Southborough -- including exhibits, festivals, short-term artist residencies or performances in schools, workshops and lectures.  The Southborough Cultural Arts Council will also entertain funding proposals from schools and youth groups through the PASS program, a ticket subsidy program for school-aged children.
The Southborough Cultural Arts Council is part of a grass-roots network of 329 local councils that serve every city and town in the state. The program is the largest, most decentralized one of its kind in the United States. The state legislature provides an annual appropriation to the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which then allocates funds to each local council. This year, the Southborough Cultural Arts Council will distribute about $4300 in grants.
Southborough Cultural Arts Council local guidelines and application forms are available at the Southborough Library, Southborough Town House, the Arts Center at Southborough, and on-line

Submit completed applications to SCAC, Town House, Southborough, MA 01772. 
Additional information about the Local Cultural Council Program is available on the web
Thank you for your support. If you have any questions, concerns or would like to register. Please contact me - email is best.
Emily van Nort
508 481 9351
More Pumpkin Patch photos

October 10, 2008 - The Pumpkin patch and hayride brought a lot of people to Chestnut Hill Farm this week.

Free Car Washes

Battle for the Airfield -
WWII Reenactment and Fall Open House, Stow MA

A Living History Event that will be "one for the books".
October 11th and 12th - Collings Foundation Headquarters

Picture this....
An undercover French Resistance Fighter met with the Allied Forces and showed the exact coordinates of the German encampment. The night before an elite German force over took a small grass airstrip just a few hundred feet away. The Allied Forces had to gain control of this airfield to fly in the much-needed supplies. ~ It was going to be a tough fight.

There were German machine gun nests set up all over the camp perimeter and the dreaded 88mm cannon was pointed to the sky waiting for the Allied bombers to fly overhead. Another menace was the German Stuka dive-bomber aircraft stationed nearby. The Allies knew they needed a lot of firepower. The commanding officer call in two tanks (a Sherman and Chaffee), troop carriers, jeeps, lots of ammo and a M16 half-track with quad mount .50 caliber machine guns. Over forty Allied troops made their way through the forest hoping to surprise the Germans. - Just when they were getting ready to attack - A German Fiesler Storch reconnaissance aircraft spotted the troops. They opened fire on the Storch, but it was too late! The plane made a quick turn from a practical standstill and landed at the German camp. The pilot alerted the German unit of the advancing Allies The Allied soldiers knew - it was now or never!
How will the battle end? Will the Allied troops be able to gain control of the airfield and further their advancement? You will have to be here to find out. To see a small clip from last year click here. You will be able to see authentic equipment from WWII in action. Everything from the cooking utensils to M1 rifles is original.

~ Entrance fee is $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for children 12 years and younger.
~ The WWII Reenactment will take place on October 11th and 12th.
There will be two reenactments per day - one at 11:00 AM and another at 3:30 PM. The situations and outcome could be different either day!
~ The Foundation's facility and incredible collection over 80 automobiles, racecars and aircraft will be open from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM on both days.
~ There will be a WWII Veterans roundtable discussion at 1:00 PM on both days. This is a unique opportunity to hear some incredible stories.
~ For a bird's eye view of the event: We will be offering flights in the PT-17 open cockpit bi-plane and T-6 Texan fighter trainer over the course of the day.
PT-17 Stearman flights: $230 for 1/2 hour
T-6 Texan flights: $450 for 45 minutes.
Call to reserve your flight.
~ Food and refreshments will be available.

For more information, directions and flight reservations click here. Or call 978.562.9182

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! Please call if you are interested in helping.

Commemorating the Lost Souls of Southborough

Sunday October 12, 2008

3:00 - 4:30 PM Commemorating the Lost Souls of Southborough

Location: Old Burying Ground St. Marks and Commons Streets

Information: www.southboroughhistory.org

Sponsor: The Southborough Historical Society

ARHS 10/10/08 Sports
Girls Freshman Field Hockey @ Hopkinton High School   3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Soccer @ **Postponed - Wachusett Regional H.S.   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Field Hockey VS Shrewsbury High School Algonquin 3:30PM
 Girls JV Volleyball @ Wachusett Regional H.S.   4:00PM
 Boys Freshman Soccer @ **Postponed - Wachusett Regional H.S.   5:00PM
 Girls JV Field Hockey VS Shrewsbury High School Algonquin 5:00PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Wachusett Regional H.S.   5:30PM
 Boys Varsity Football @ Marlborough High School   7:00PM
Assabet Valley RTHS 10/10/08 Sports
 Girls JV Volleyball @ Douglas High School 4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Field Hockey @ Franklin County Technical 4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Douglas High School 5:00PM

Alice L. Lomax

SOUTHBOROUGH Alice L. (Jones) Lomax, of Southborough, formerly of Newton, died Oct. 4, 2008, in St. Patrick's Manor in Framingham. Alice was born in Calais, Maine, and grew up in Newton, where she lived until seven years ago, when she moved to Southborough. She was a graduate of Newton High School and the Newton-Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing. She worked as a registered nurse for the Veteran's Administration Hospitals for many years before working in nursing homes in the Newton area. She enjoyed cooking, reading, and loved being around and taking care of her family and pets. She was the beloved wife of Warry E. Lomax; devoted mother of Warry E. Lomax III of Medfield, Alan "Ted" Lomax of Blackstone, Kenneth H. Lomax of Pepperell, Stephen Lomax of Indonesia, Gerald Lomax of Vista, Calif., and Lynell Lomax of Methuen; sister of Robert Jones of Waban, and the late William Jones. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Visiting hours in the Blackington, Conroy & Hayes Funeral Home, 1479 Washington St. (Rte. 16), West Newton, will be today, from 4 to 8 p.m. A funeral service will be held in the Lincoln Park Baptist Church, 1450 Washington St., West Newton, on Friday, Oct. 10, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Interment will be in the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne at 1:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in Alice's name to St. Patrick's Manor, 863 Central St., Framingham, MA 01701.

Dana and Susan Robinson make music that is a perfect blend of old and new, bringing roots and tradition to contemporary songwriting.  In a Dana and Susan Robinson concert you'll hear two rich, intimate voices, intricate and powerful guitar and banjo playing with a handful of fiddle and mandolin thrown in.  Dana writes songs and tells stories about America, the land and its people.  They bring to their performances an understanding of America's musical heritage and convey its significance to our culture.  Dana and Susan Robinson sing dust-on-the-boots vignettes of rural America.  Dana delivers his lyrics with such poetic clarity as to take the audience along riding shotgun down the highway. Their stories reflect a deep affection for the landscape and a sense of place within it.  Dana and Susan are consummate multi-instrumentalists (guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin) integrating styles from the Appalachian, Celtic, and African traditions to create a fresh and contemporary sound that is uniquely their own.

Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band is becoming one the most sought after bands in New England.  With powerful three and four part harmonies and fast but tasteful picking, these musicians are blazing new ground throughout the Blackstone Valley and beyond.  If you want to hear some great bluegrass music, come on out and see Blackstone Valley Bluegrass.  You will not be disappointed!  The band consists of two of the finest bluegrass pickers, the Dick brothers from Sutton.  Renowned musicians and celebrated recording artists, this brother combo will WOW you with their award winning picking. The Taylor-Nowlan bass/mandolin combo has been together in numerous bands for over 10 years. With their own distinctive style, these two crank out solid rhythm, and like to have a little fun too!  Put these four longtime friends together and you have a group that has excellent musicianship, fine harmonies, high energy and a true love of the music. Breakdowns and Gospel. Fiddle tunes and a Waltz. This is bluegrass!

The Pumpkin Patch

October 9, 2008 - Chestnut Hill Farm opened their gates to allow Pumpkin shoppers to come in and pick their own pumpkins.  The Beals family donated twenty per cent of the proceeds to the Southborough SOS organization.  The event took place yesterday from 3:00 PM to dusk and will repeat today at the same time.  A hay ride around the field could also be purchased.

Colors of the Fall

Brilliant Colors to brighten up your yard.  Get the best grown Mums locally at Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop.  This is a big weekend in town with Heritage Day and all of the events.  Why not decorate your yard in wonderful shades of colors for this fall. 

Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop is conveniently located at the intersection of Mount Vickery Road and Cordaville Road (rte 85).



See the Seagulls

October 9, 2008 - Who knew there were so many seagulls in Southborough? This is just a portion of the flock that was on the Sudbury Reservoir off White Bagley Road earlier this week.

ARHS 10/9/08 Sports

no events scheduled

Assabet Valley RTHS 10/9/08 Sport
Boys JV Golf @ Bay Path Regtechhs Click for directions 3:00PM
 Boys Varsity Golf VS Hudson Catholic HS 3:30PM
 Boys Freshman Football VS Blackstonevalleyregtechhs 3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Cross Country @ South Lancaster Academy Click for directions 4:00PM
Fire Prevention Week 2008

Join the Southborough Fire Department at its Annual Open House this October 13, 2008  from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Southborough Fire Headquarters.  Click here for website.

Sunset Line

October 8, 2008 - A CSX freight heads for Fayville across the Sudbury Reservoir at sunset yesterday.

Shapes and Angles

October 8, 2008 - The Southborough Town House is lit just after sunset last night.  A near perfect half moon appears just above the townhouse. 

Selectmen were kept busy last night with appointments to several committees and approving merit pay increases. The pay increases approved were to David Maida, Communications Officer, Jonathan Cornett, Communication Officer, Cindi Krawczyk, Administrative Secretary, Facilities and Maureen Colleary, Executive Secretary to the BOS. The MBTA Triangle committee gained a new member with long time Cordaville and an original member of the committee Susan Day Witzell. Donn Pushor was appointed to the Southborough Emergency Planning and Management Committee. Resignations were accepted from Dale Burgess from the Southborough Youth and Family Services and Catherine Weber from the Southborough Cultural Arts Council. Also approved was a contract to replace carpet at the Southborough Senior Center.

The Zoning Advisory Committee had two very qualified candidates. The Board of Selectmen had asked the Planning Board for their recommendation of the Candidate they wanted on the ZAC. The Selectmen had asked if there could be ten appointments to the committee rather than the nine presently appointed but the Planning Board held steadfast that it remain at the nine member committee. Kathleen Bartolini was appointed to the ZAC but the Selectmen encouraged the other candidate to apply for positions open on several other boards including the Southborough Housing Opportunity Partnership Committee and the Open Space Preservation Committee. The Board of Selectmen also approved the vendor Community Opportunity Group to conduct a comprehensive review of the Master Plan. COG was chosen as they were aware of the Master Plan and have a working knowledge of Southborough and the work that has been going into the Master plan.

Fire Chief John Mauro asked the Board of Selectmen to sign off on two grants for the fire department. One is be for the continued SAFE (Student Awareness of Fire Education) grant and the other was for replacement of aging fire equipment. The first grant requires no new equipment and will augment supplies, materials and cost of off duty personnel associated with the project to administer the program. The second grant will be replacement of a nozzle that currently requires four people to set up. The new nozzle for a ground gun will require just two people to set up.

The Fire Chief also requested that the Board of Selectmen consider sending a letter to the Zoning Board of Appeals. Several projects are in the works with some buildings four stories and possibly higher that the ZBA and the Southborough Fire Department would like to be able to negotiate for mitigation purposes monies toward the purchase of a replacement for the town’s aerial ladder truck. The truck was recently declared ineligible for service and the town is permanently without a ladder truck at the current time. With two private schools housing students, large homes and business complexes within town Chief Mauro said it is imperative to get the ladder replaced as soon as possible. With the economic crisis looming over the federal, state and local governments the selectmen did not give a likely chance to a warrant article passing at the town meeting. To replace the truck the estimated cost is $900,000. The Selectmen gave their go ahead to have mitigation talks come up for a replacement to the ladder truck. However, they will state in their letter that in no way does it endorse or put pressure on the ZBA for acceptance of a project. If the ZBA approves a project, then it may start negations relative to assisting with replacement of the ladder truck.

In other business, Fay School presented their next installment of plans to expand their campus. A new Pre-K and primary building will be housed behind the existing Goodnow structure on Middle Road. The building will carry on the architectural features of the Goodnow farmhouse of that era. Part of the building will be built in the design of an 1800’s barn with copula. A parking lot will be screened in with plantings of trees and shrubs. Lighting will be similar to what is on campus now and be facing down so as not to be obtrusive to neighbors on Middle Road. Construction is likely to start in spring of 2009 and be completed by the opening of school in 2010. It will house Pre-k, grades one and two. These will be day students not boarders. Residents in attendance wanted to make sure that the traffic pattern is changed from the summer program. Ms Maquire would like to see the drive lane exiting be moved a bit north of her driveway across the street. They have had trouble in the past with people driving on their lawn as they exit and nighttime lights from the cars directly into the house. Fay school will be holding further meetings with the neighbors and has a Conservation Commission and a Planning Board meeting coming up soon.

October 8, 2008 - The Southborough Recreation Committee picked up a new member with the Board of Selectmen’s appointment of resident Joseph Laning He will step into the vacancy left by Ann Marie Angus who recently resigned from the committee after serving for many years. Mr. Laning has had children go through the various recreation programs that Southborough has offered over the years and he would like to give back to the town as a volunteer on the committee. In other Recreation business brought before the Board of Selectmen, Recreation Director Doreen Ferguson went over the new policy of fee structuring for the local and out of town participating sports groups and the field schedule policy.  Discussion centered on in town programs vs out of town, out of town with Southborough residents, private schools in town and the Algonquin Regional School.  Mr. Boland stated if out of town groups are looking to our fields then they probably can't afford the fields in their hometown and advised Ms Ferguson to research what other towns are charging sports groups using town fields.  The BOS also questioned the practice of private groups coming into town to do Southborough Recreation programs and if the fee the town charges reflects the wear and tear of the fields, recreational department expenses and continues to provide a good program to the participant at the lowest cost possible.  They did not want to see for instance a professional soccer vendor coming to town profiting on participants and field use without some payback to the town.  Director Ferguson assured the Selectmen that before a vendor is hired the costs associated with the program are all taken into account.  Mrs. Phaneuf asked if there was a policy in place on how to select programs or how a person or organization would approach the Recreation department to initiate a program.  She would like to see a more specific policy toward developing programs offered by Recreation.  Currently the director replied that residents with an idea for a program come before the committee.  They have rarely had duplication of programs that have come before them and that they try to have programs that serve the entire community.

For general information on the Southborough Recreation Department and Heritage Day events click here.

For the Southborough Recreation Fall and Winter Programs click here

For the Southborough Heritage Day Road Race Registration click here.

October 8, 2008 - Playing for the Seniors at the Annual Falconi Golf Tournament.

Senior Schedule

Monday 6

Tuesday 7

Wednesday 8

Thursday 9

Friday 10

8:30 Health Clinic

8:30 Walking Group

9:00 AM painting

8:30 Health Clinic

9:30 AM Wii Bowling/golf

9:30 AM Cribbage

9:30 AM Tai Chi

10:00 Pool

9:30 Mah Jongg independent


11:00 AM Senior Singers

10:00 Creative Writers

12:00 PM Lunch

11:30 movie/bag lunch
12:00 PM Lunch

12:00 PM Lunch

11:00 AM book club

12:30 PM Pitch

12:00 PM Lunch
12:00 PM Blue plate special 12:30 Pitch 12:00 PM lunch    
2:00 PM Fitness

1:00 PM Water Aerobics

2:00 Fitness 1:00 PM bridge 1:00 PM Water Aerobics

Fire Log

Sunday 9/28/08









Monday 9/29/08










For More Fire Log click here

John J. "Jack" Manning



John J. “Jack” Manning, 55, of Venice, CA and formerly of Southborough, died after a long illness.

He was the son of Dorothy (Pariselli) Manning of Marlborough and the late John J. Manning.

Jack began his career after attending Berkley College of Music, touring the world with the group “The Hues Corporation”, conducting at England’s Royal Albert Hall and riding the wave of one of their hits ‘Don’t Rock The Boat’. He then moved on to do studio work with “Mister, Mister” earning two platinum records. After spending time with Universal Studios in both special effects and sound effects on the Incredible Hulk, Brainstorm and Tron, he chose to start his own computer company and a software tax company, all while he was studying for a PhD degree in psychology.

Jack will always be remembered for his passion for music and his incredible Irish wit.

In addition to his mother he is survived by a daughter, Tanya of CA; a sister, Donna Healy and her husband Edward of Westborough; a nephew Jason Healy and his wife Shelena and their daughter Siena all of Wilmington, NC. He is pre-deceased by a brother Stephen Manning.

Funeral will be private and burial will be in the rural cemetery in Southborough.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions maybe sent in his memory to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Dept #0096 Washington, DC, 200555 or Until There Is A Cure, 56 Mt Home Rd, Redwood, CA 94062

Arrangements are by the Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main St. Southborough (Morrisfuneralparlor.com)

ARHS 10/8/08 Sport
Boys Varsity Golf @ Marlborough High School 3:30PM
 Girls JV Volleyball @ Hopkinton High School 3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Volleyball @ Hopkinton High School 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Hopkinton High School 5:00PM
Assabet Valley RTHS 10/8/08 Sports
Boys Varsity Golf @ STATE VOC @RITTER FARMS 9:00AM
 Boys JV Golf VS Hudson High School 3:00PM
 Girls Varsity Field Hockey VS Maynard High School 3:30PM
 Girls JV Volleyball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions 3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Soccer @ Bay Path Regtechhs Click for directions 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Soccer @ Bay Path Regtechhs Click for directions 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions 4:30PM
Public Meeting

October 15, 7:00 PM Cordaville Hall

Priority Parcels for Habitat Protection

Headed for a full Moon

October 7, 2008 - Cornstalks stand guard at the community gardens as the moon begins to rise.

Sun and Rain

October 7, 2008 - Virga rain that falls and evaporates before hitting the ground is seen in the distance from the Trottier Middle School earlier this week.


Sponsored by Southborough Youth Soccer and Girl Scout Troop 2784

Soccer Equipment Drive Oct. 11-19


What we need…

Cleats (good condition, please tie together)

Soccer balls (inflated)

Southborough Youth Soccer Uniforms (teal & white and/or royal blue)




Where does it go?

All equipment goes to …

Grassroot Soccer www.grassrootsoccer.org  

Using the power of soccer in the fight against HIV/AIDS, Grassroot Soccer provides African youth with the knowledge, skills and support to live HIV free. Check out the website to see how you can start helping today!

Drop Off Spots.*

Southborough Library

Southborough House of Pizza

Southborough Transfer Station
(swap shop area)

Pilgrim Church

St. Ann’s Church

St. Matthew’s Church

St. Mark’s Church

*Drop off at any of these locations from Oct. 11 – Oct. 19.

Special Drop off locations on Sat.
Oct. 18th

Bring your equipment to your soccer game on Oct. 18th and we’ll have drop off bins available at Choate (Woodward), Lundblad, Kallander,
9-11 and Trottier. Or the drop off at the SOS Sports Equipment Sale at Woodward School on the 18th.

Governor Cellucci Hosts Vigeant Event

October 7, 2008 - The Honorable A. Paul Cellucci, former Massachusetts Governor and Ambassador to Canada, recently hosted a campaign event for Arthur Vigeant, Candidate for State Representative for the 4th Middlesex District.   Governor Cellucci remarked that Arthur Vigeant is the perfect choice to represent the 4th Middlesex District because of his understanding of the issues and how they impact the average taxpayer.  The former governor praised Arthur’s longstanding service to the City of Marlborough stating that he has shown his ability to get the job done by reaching across the aisle to build consensus. 
Vigeant has held elective service on the Marlborough City Council for 15 years, and has a reputation for fiscal constraint.   In his private life, Arthur is a successful CPA with offices in the City’s downtown.  During these difficult and turbulent times for the State of Massachusetts, these are the qualifications needed in the next State Representative for the 4th Middlesex District. 

 Events & Essentials E-news





In the News...

An active social life for men may reduce Alzheimer's risk according to a study published in the Alzheimer's Journal. The new study shows that cognitive and social activity, midlife, for men may reduce risk. [Read More]
Research Symposium October 30
Understanding & Treatment of Alzheimer's  
Your Brain
Join us Thursday October 30, 7:00 PM, Marriott Cambridge, to hear a leader in the field of Alzheimer's Research, Dale B. Schenk, Ph.D.,
Executive VP and Chief Scientific Officer of Elan Pharmaceuticals and Chair of the national Alzheimer's Association Research Roundtable. 
FREE and open to the public. Space is limited, Click on the brain to register, or call 617.868.6718 for info and registration by October 15.  Don't miss this informative evening. 

Question #1 - Vote NO

The Alzheimer's Association is asking Mass voters to vote NO on Question #1, a proposal to eliminate the state income tax.
Social services are sure to be cut dramatically and ordinary families who have loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's will be severely affected. Mass Health services such as home health and state funded home care services, adult day health care, and nursing home care are all sure to be drastically curtailed. The income tax proposal would cost the Commonwealth billions in revenue and put health care and programs for seniors and people with dementia at serious risk.
Read our important message from Board Chair Jeffrey Berry, Ph.D. [Click for Message]
Early Onset Telephone Support Group
We are launching a new support group for siblings of people with early onset Alzheimer's disease (onset before age 65). People who have younger-onset Alzheimer's may be in any stage of the disease - early, middle or late. The support group will meet via telephone in the evenings. Click to learn more about the group.
Dr. MayeuxKick-off: tele-education lecture,  Genetics, Risk, and Alzheimer's Wednesday, October 22nd at 7 PM
Guest speaker: Dr. Richard Mayeux, MD   Via a conference call, Dr. Mayeux will talk about the genetics and risk of Alzheimer's and his work with siblings of people with young onset Alzheimer's.
The event is free but space is limited so please contact Jeanette Rosa-Brady by e-mail or at 617.868.6718 to receive the toll-free number and a passcode to call in to the talk.

24/7 Helpline for Alzheimer Questions

Phone CallAre you looking for resources in your community? Do you need advice on difficult care issues? There is help, 24/7 at our Association. Your call is confidential. Alzheimer's Association trained staff answer your questions. We also offer care consultation to assist with complex issues. 
Call 800.272.3900 or contact us Helpline Online  
Down Syndrome & Alzheimer's
Honoring The Person Within:
Down Syndrome & Alzheimer's disease
Wednesday  November 5,  8 AM - 4 PM
A Full Day Conference co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation and Alzheimer's Association MA/NH for families, direct care staff, clinicians, and service coordinators.
Devens Commons Conference Center, Devens,  MA
Call 617.868.6718 for information & registration or visit alz.org/MA. Registration fee: $30.00.
Save these dates...
Hearts WatercolorMemories in the Making Art Auction, Friday, December 5, 6:30-9:00 PM, Westfield 
Alzheimer's Association Annual Awards Celebration, Wednesday, 3:00-5:30 PM, December 10, Babson College, Wellesley 
Thanks to all who participated in our 16th annual Memory Walk. We are so close to reaching our goal.  Please continue to help by sending any final donations to Memory Walk, Alzheimer's Association, 311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472. Be sure to include your name so we can credit you.  Thank you again for your support!


RunningApply for the 2009 Boston Marathon Run for the Memory team. Apply Online by Friday, October 3rd.  Join our team and help raise money and awareness for Alzheimer's.  Upcoming races include the Chicago Marathon, the New York Marathon and the BAA Half Marathon.  We're seeking qualified runners and program volunteers as well.  E-mail Rachel Loughran with any questions.

October 3 Jazz Concert, Concord
Elliot Steger Jazz Quartet, sponsored by the Liberty Alzheimer's Partnership, to benefit the Alzheimer's Association. Tickets $20
Performing Arts Center, 51 Walden Street, Concord.
7 PM Dessert; 8 PM Concert
Join Our Mailing List 
Find a Support Group Near You
Support Groups can be a lifeline. Support Groups offer a place for people with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia, and their care partners to learn coping skills and share the experience.
Mass Elder Affairs Wants to Hear from Seniors

The Executive Office of Elder Affairs has an online survey for individuals, families, friends and caregivers to voice their thoughts about service priorities for people over 60, as well as adults with disabilities. Elder Service Needs Survey.  Take advantage of this opportunity to advocate for Alzheimer's services as well as your other concerns! 


Alzheimer's Association, MA Job Opportunity

We are seeking qualified applicants for a Development Adminstrative Associate Opening. [Learn More]
November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Visit our website & watch for the November e-news for special programs in your community.
The Circus Comes to Town


October 6, 2008 - Well actually the Circus will be appearing at the Banknorth Garden in Boston, www.tdbanknorthgarden.com   Late this afternoon the Circus Train rode the CSX rails eastward through Southborough to it's destination.

Tournament Winners

October 6, 2008 - Results from the Adult Doubles Tennis Tournament held this past Saturday at the Patricia A. Richardson Tennis Courts are Left to right Tournament Winners Zak George and Susan Wakefield, Tournament Director Pat Richardson and Runners Up Dee and Dan Kerner.

Southborough meetings

October 6 - October 10, 2008





HISTORICAL COMMISSION 10/6/08 7:00 PM Memorial Hall Fire Station
10/6/08 6:30 PM Hearing Room Town House
10/7 7:00 PM Hearing Room Town house
Southborough Public Library

Get your Pumpkins

October 6, 2008 - Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop has a limited supply of pumpkins left. Get yours before they are gone.  Remember Sunday will be the day to drop off your pumpkin for the annual Light Up Southborough Pumpkin lighting fest at the Stonewall near the Southborough Library.  Drop off will be between 4:30 and 6:30 PM in front of the Library and the lighting and walk through will take place from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.

Blessing of the Animals

October 5, 2008 - Father Flynn from St. Matthew's blesses the animals (all cats and dogs) that showed up after the 11:00 AM mass for the Blessing of the Animals.


Southborough Real Estate Listings







30 Fairview Drive

Vonloewenfeldt, Marta

Ding Xujing, Zhang G. John



22 Meeting House Ln

Middle Road LLC

Roberts, Albert J. Tr, Roberts Janet



3 Buffalo Run

Kofron, Edward J. & Denise M

Fainkichen Alexander & Irina



42 Meeting House Ln

Middle Road LLC

McCarthy, Donna



16 Liberty Drive

Alexander John F II & Suzanne V.

Jackson Paul & Rachel



8 Fiddleneck Lane

Tam Realty Trust, Mauro T

Jones Larry E. & Florence A.



39 Meeting house Ln

Middle Road LLC

Kendall, Nathan



5 Banfill Ln

Maciolek, John R. & Elizabeth

Duffy Dominic P. & Christine L.



52 Atwood Road

Wilshire Credit Corp

Gough Dara B. & Cassidy Lee



6 Alexandra Cir

Duffy Dominic P. & Collins Christine

Wang Suli, Shang Hongzhen



124 Woodland Road

Steinzeig Sheldon

Jackson, Kerry L.



45 Meeting House Ln

Middle Road LLC

Bumpus, Stacey


Pair of Swans

October 5, 2008 - A pair of swans swim off into the reservoir off Parkerville Road.