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February 1,  2008 - February 7, 2009

Top Honors

February 7, 2009 - ARHS gymnast took top individual honors today while the team took top honors earlier today at the League meet at Algonquin.

Framed in Winter

February 7, 2009 - Chestnut Hill Fields are flanked by trees and stone walls late this afternoon.

Agent Information

Lorraine Estella

Lorraine Estella
205 Turnpike Rd • Southborough, MA  01772

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Direct: 508-449-4119 • Phone: 508-480-8800

Cell: 508-726-3809 • Fax: 508-449-4119

Website: www.LorraineEstella.com
Email: LMESTELLA@charter.net

Check out Realtor Lorraine Estella's listings

including this Falmouth Condo featuring

62 and over property with two bedrooms, 2 full baths, hardwood floors, clubhouse, trails, close to beaches and more.  Click here for more information and more listings.

Southborough Real Estate listings brought to you by Lorraine Estella of Realty Executives.







300 Turnpike Road

Volvo Road Machinery, Inc

Saba Holding Co



60 Framingham Road

Beard, Andrew, Kowalski Christin

Requena Alfredo



16 Burnett Road

Infante, Donato A. Jr. & Jean E.

Beard, Andrew A. & Cristen K.


February 6, 2009 - A brilliant and beautiful sunrise lit the sky for the early risers this morning. Southborough News reader Les sent in these photos as he drove through Hopkinton on his way to work.

February 6, 2009 - Speaking of Hopkinton - The Southborough News sister online news outlet www.Hopnews.com  sent a link from The Hopkinton Business Association.  They are providing a fanciful and informative movie of Hopkinton for use by fellow business owners and residents for use on your own website to promote the town.  Click here for the video.

Celebrating Retirement

February 6, 2009 - Southborough Building Inspector, Peter Johnson, smiles as many town employees come out to help celebrate his retirement earlier this week.  Southborough has decided not to share a building inspector with the Town of Ashland and will be looking at filling Mr. Johnson's position at a later time.

Marlborough Hospital Announces Spring 2009 Community Education Classes

Marlborough, MA – (February 5, 2009) -- Marlborough Hospital is pleased to present these free community education classes for spring 2009:

Tuesday, March 3 – 7 to 8:30 pm

Understanding Menopause

I. Nina Balodimos, MD, PhD, Obstetrician/Gynecologist

Menopause, sometimes called ‘the change of life,’ affects women differently. Dr. Balodimos,

Southboro Medical Group, will discuss what is new with hormone replacement therapy, alternative treatments of menopause symptoms, osteoporosis and sexual dysfunction. Learn what you can do to make this natural event, which all women experience, less difficult. Marlborough Hospital, Leahy Conference Center, 157 Union Street, Marlborough. Reservations are required, and seating is limited.

Call 508-486-5805.

Wednesday, March 25– 7 to 8:30 pm

Everything You Wanted To Know About Cosmetic Surgery but Were Afraid to Ask

Cynthia Poulos, MD, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Recent statistics show that 11.7 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures were performed in the United States in 2007. Liposuction, breast augmentation and tummy tucks are among the most popular. Learn more about plastic and cosmetic procedures from Dr. Poulos. Hear about what is involved in many of the more common procedures as well as explore the risks, recovery time and results. Marlborough Hospital, Leahy Conference Center, 157 Union Street, Marlborough. Reservations are required, and seating is limited. Call 508-486-5805.

Thursday, March 26 – 7 to 8:30 pm

Intimacy and the Heart

Wayne Glazier, MD, and BG Parulkar, MD, Urologists

Approximately 30 million American men suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) and medical research indicates more than 80 percent of ED has a physical cause, which means it can be treated. Urologists Dr. Glazier and Dr. Parulkar will explain the causes, why it is often an early warning sign of heart disease and explore treatment options. Speak with another man who has permanently corrected his ED. Spouses welcome. Marlborough Hospital, Leahy Conference Center, 157 Union Street, Marlborough. Reservations are required, and seating is limited. Call 508-486-5805

Tuesday, April 28 – 7 to 8:30 pm

What Your Kidneys Never Told You

Matthew Trainor, MD, Nephrologist

Chronic kidney disease is a silent epidemic affecting more than 26 million adults in the United States. Factors that increase the risk of kidney injury include high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and a family history of kidney disease. Kidney disease often develops without noticeable signs or symptoms; however, with early detection it is possible to prevent progression to renal failure. Join nephrologist  Dr.Trainor as he explains how to detect and manage kidney disease and avoid serious complications. Marlborough Hospital, Leahy Conference Center, 157 Union Street, Marlborough. Reservations are required, and seating is limited. Call 508-486-5805.

Thursday, May 7– 7 to 8:30 pm

Bladder Control in Women

Wayne Glazier, MD and BG Parulkar, MD, Urologists

Women experience incontinence twice as often as men. Pregnancy and childbirth, menopause and the structure of the female urinary tract account for this difference. Many times it is temporary, and it always results from an underlying medical condition. Join Marlborough Hospital medical staff urologists Dr. Parulkar and Dr. Glazier for a frank discussion on the causes of incontinence and innovative incontinence treatment options. Marlborough Hospital, Leahy Conference Center, 157 Union Street, Marlborough. Reservations are required, and seating is limited. Call 508-486-5805.



Alice in Wonderland






Registration for Memory Ride is OPEN
Memory Ride has raised over $1.8 Million for Alzheimer's research. This year we want to reach the $2 million mark.  
  • A one-day event with four distance options to choose from:  25, 62, 100 and 125 miles (new in 2009). More experienced riders will enjoy the 125, 100 and 62 mile rides through the scenic landscape of Central Massachusetts.  Riders who are new to biking and are looking for a first-time challenge can sign up for the 25 mile route.  
  • Forming and joining a Memory Ride team is a great way to get friends, family and co-workers together for a fun and rewarding experience. 
  • It is not too late to have your company be a sponsor of the 2009 Memory Ride.  We offer many benefits to all of our sponsors.  The first sponsor deadline is February 13th.  For more details on sponsorship, contact Lori Coburn at 617-393-2047.

Visit MemoryRide.org 



ARHS Sports 2/7/0

Boys Varsity Wrestling @ Clinton High School High School 10:00AM
 Boys Varsity Indoor Track @ MID-WACH LEAGUE MEET Fitchburg High 1:00PM
 Girls Varsity Indoor Track @ MID-WACH LEAGUE MEET Fitchburg High 1:00PM
 Girls Varsity Gymnastics VS LEAGUE MEET Algonquin 2:00PM
 Girls Varsity Ice Hockey @ Andover High School Phillips 4:00PM
 Coed JV Swimming @ JV MEET @SYMFIT IN BOXBORO   5:45PM
 Boys Varsity Ice Hockey VS Auburn High School Northstar Rink 8:00PM

AVRTHS Sports 2/7/09

Boys Varsity Ice Hockey @ Nipmuc Regional HS Click for directions New England 12:10PM


Football and Cheerleading

(For ages 7- 14)




Just $100 thru February 28th!!

ALL are invited to an Informational Session and Pizza Party (With Special

Guest Bill Long, Algonquin Football Head Coach)


1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

VFW Post

402 West Main St.

Northborough, MA

For More Information or to Register Online:

Go to JRTHAWKS.COM  and follow the links for registration.

Any questions, please contact Kathy at nsregistrar@jrthawks.com



Island Flag

February 5, 2009 - The flag on the island was briskly flying.  If you have ever wondered what to do with your old or torn flag, just take it to the Southborough Transfer station and deposit it in the box provided by the local Veteran's.  In June on Flag day they collect all the old flags and dispose of them in a ceremony.

Helping Hand

February 5, 2009 - Russ Horne of the Stonybrook Museum committee assists with setting up the display for the Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Inc display and living history exhibits that will be held on Saturdays during the months of February, March and April.

COMET TAIL: Comet Lulin (C/2007 N3) is approaching Earth and putting on a good show for amateur astronomers.  Yesterday, Feb. 4th, observers witnessed a "disconnection event." A gust of solar wind tore off part of the comet's tail in plain view of backyard telescopes. Photos of the event are featured on today's edition of http://spaceweather.com. Activity in the comet's tail and atmosphere will become even easier to see in the weeks ahead as Lulin nears closest approach on Feb. 24th.   At that time the comet will lie only 38 million miles from Earth and it should be visible to the naked eye.  In the meantime, please note that Feb. 5th-7th, is an especially good time to find Comet Lulin in the pre-dawn sky. The comet is gliding beautifully close to the naked-eye double star Zubenelgenubi.  Just point your binoculars at the double star and the comet will materialize right beside it. Visit http://spaceweather.com for photos, sky maps and more information.





Robert P. Eaton, Artistic Director Malcom Halliday, Director

With Orchestra

(Douglas Weeks, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)

& ALDEN VOICES, John Delorey, Director

Symphony of Psalms—Stravinsky; Kvalite Boga! (op. 65)—Gretchaninoff

& a cappella selections

Saturday, March 21, 2009 at 8 PM

Algonquin Regional High School

79 Bartlett St., Northborough


Accessible to the physically challenged

Assistive listening systems available

Large print programs

Performed by Assabet Valley Mastersingers and Master Singers of Worcester

with instrumentalists & Alden Voices of Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Tickets: $20 General; $18 Students/Seniors

Information: (978)-562-9838 or www.avmsingers.org

(508) 842-1349 or www.mswma.org

(508) 831-5385 at WPI Humanities & Arts Dept.


Alene E. Cole, Publicity AVM

(978) 562-9838

Russian choral literature provides the focus for an exciting collaboration between Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Master Singers of Worcester, and instrumentalists and voices of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Saturday, March 21st, will be the date for the 8 PM concert at Algonquin Regional High School, 79 Bartlett Street in Northborough. (This venue is changed from previous notices!)

Highlights of the program will be Igor Stravinsky’s monumental Symphony of Psalms and a newly discovered cantata by Alexandre Gretchaninoff, Kvalite Boga! (Praise God!) opus 65. Both selections will be accompanied by the WPI orchestra. In addition there will be melodious a cappella works by Rachmaninoff, Svirodov, Chesnokov, and Glinka and the well-known folk song Kalinka. Conducting duties for the concert will be shared by Douglas Weeks (WPI), Malcolm Halliday (MSW), and Robert Eaton (AVM).

The Algonquin HS site is accessible to the physically challenged. Assistive listening systems, courtesy of Crossroads Community Foundation, are available at all concerts for use by hearing impaired audience members. Large print programs will be offered to those desiring enhanced readability.

Tickets may be purchased at Robinson Music Company, Westborough; Shattuck Pharmacy, Northborough; Danielson Flowers, Shrewsbury; English Garden Florist, Southborough; Joy-Den Jewelers and Main Street Café in Marlborough; Hudson Area Arts Alliance; or through www.mswma.org or WPI Humanities & Arts Dept. at (508) 831-5385. Prices are $20 general and $18 for students and senior citizens.

For further information please call (978) 562-9838; (508) 842-1349; (508) 831-5385 or reference www.avmsingers.org or www.mswma.org. Partial funding for these non-profit organizations has been provided by the Greater Worcester Community Foundation and by grants from the Cultural Councils of Marlborough, Northborough, Shrewsbury, Southborough, and Westborough, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


February at the Museum!

Courtyard Cafe
Chef's Cooking Series Continues
Each Wednesday through February 25

School Vacation Fun Starts with Model Trains!

Enjoy a Special Chef's Cooking Series in the Courtyard Cafe
Wednesdays through February 25

The Museum offers a great mix of programs for school vacation week beginning with the ever-popular model trains, and ending with a FREE performance by the Revels Repertory Company! Our "Chef's Cooking Series" continues each Wednesday through February 25!

The Courtyard Cafe′ presents a "Chef's Cooking Series," on Wednesdays through February 25 from 11:30 am-1 pm. Chefs from Short Order Gourmet will be on site preparing savory omelets made to order, delicious pasta dishes, and specialty paninis! Be sure to stop in for a lunch time treat!


Pysanki--Ukranian Easter Egg Decorating Demonstration
Saturday, February 7
1-3 PM

Carol Kostecki will demonstrate the wax-resist process of decorating Easter eggs known as pysanki. This tradition, associated with Ukranian church communities, came to Kostecki by way of marriage despite her own French-Canadian, German, and Abenaki descent. She is featured in the exhibition, "Keepers of Tradition." Free. Snow date: Sunday, February 8.


Model Trains Are Back!
Saturday, February 14 and Sunday, February 15
All day

The Museum launches February school vacation week with a weekend filled with model railroading fun!  The Northeast Ntrak Modular Railroad Club will be at the Museum Saturday, February 14 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday, February 15 from noon-5 p.m.  Admission to the train display is $7/family, but admission to the Museum is free.  The Ntrak trains are smaller in size than traditional model trains, but are just as much fun. Trains climb mountain passes, shunt freight cars, and use branch lines to pick up and set out cars at the many industries and stations along the way.  Call the Museum for more information at 781-861-6559.


Games from Around the World
Tuesday, February 17
10 am-2 pm

Drop in to play some board games from around the world.  Did you know Yahtzee was invented in Canada by folks passing time on their yachts?  Did you know Pick-Up Sticks started in ancient China?  Have you ever played the French game Mille Bornes? Join us, and bring your friends to play!  Free.


Revels Repertory Company Presents a Sing-and-Play-Along
Friday, February 20
11 am and 1 pm

The Revels Repertory Company, the group's touring ensemble, brings their original program of traditional music, drama, dance, storytelling and audience participation to the Museum. Join members for a family sing-and-play-along event that will include songs and games from Irish, Italian, and Eastern European Jewish traditions. Free.


Antique Valentines from the Kalman Collection, 1910-1920
through March 8, 2009

Valentine Greetings, 1910. Sam Gabriel, New York. Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives. Gift of Vivienne Kalman in memory of Albert L. Kalman

Valentine Greetings, 1910. Sam Gabriel, New York. Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives. Gift of Vivienne Kalman in memory of Albert L. Kalman

 Here's something new to do on Valentine's Day! Visit the Van Gorden-Williams Library and its delightful display of antique paper Valentines. Smiling puppies and impish cherubs, lovely maidens and heartsick gentlemen, the characters on these charming cards convey their messages of love to sweethearts of long ago. Many of the 25 cards on view stand up or feature moving parts, showing an inventiveness rarely seen in cards today.

This antique valentine collection originally belonged to Albert Kalman, who owned and managed Kimbal's Camera and Card shop in downtown Boston for 35 years. His wife, Vivienne, donated the collection in his memory. Each year, Mr. Kalman decorated his shop with these vintage cards to celebrate Valentine's Day. Visit us and carry on the tradition!


Valentine Treasures in the Heritage Shop

The Heritage Shop has a new line of artful, hand-blown glass by Suzanne Duquette, owner of Studio Glass & Gallery in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Pieces include this glass heart sun catcher heart, perfect for a Valentine gift. There are lovely vases and votives too, perfect for small tables or nightstands. All items are available in blue/green, cranberry/amethyst or multicolor. The vases sell for $35, and the sun catcher is $18. 

The Heritage Shop also carries specialty jewelry and a full line of books. Stop in to find something new and different for your Valentine this year!


Revels Repertory Company Presents A Family Performance of
"An American Journey"
Sunday, March 1 at 2 pm

Through music, dance, and narrative, the Revels Repertory Company's takes you on a voyage through our nation's history in their production of "An American Journey." The story takes place in 1907, when more people immigrated to the United States than in any other year. Although it focuses on the Irish, the Italians and the Eastern European Jews, it honors the struggles of all who left their homelands to journey to America and a new life. Tickets are $10/adult; $5/child (members and LCC-sponsoring communities) and $12.50/adult; $6/child (non-members). Call the Museum at 781-861-6559 for more information, or visit our web site to purchase tickets online.


Museum Lecture on Immigration to be Aired on the Cambridge Forum
February 13, 2009 at 1 pm on 68.5 AM Radio

On February 13, 2009, the Cambridge Forum will air a radio program based on the Museum’s lecture “Refugees and Other Immigrants in America: How Different is Their Experience?” The lecture was presented by Karen Jacobsen, Associate Professor at the Feinstein International Center at Tufts University. Dr. Jacobsen spoke about the ways in which refugees coming to America today differ from most immigrants. She discussed  how they make their way to America, the forms of assistance available to them, their integration into American communities, and their continuing ties to their homeland. The broadcast can be heard at 1 pm on 68.5 AM radio.

Cambridge Forum is one of public radio’s longest running public affairs programs. The broadcasts explore topics related to civic democracy, science and technology, history and the global environment, as well discussions about computers, education, art, and more.


"Keepers of Tradition: Art and Folk Heritage in Massachusetts"
Extended Through June 7, 2009!


 The Museum, in collaboration with the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC), is pleased to announce it is extending "Keepers of Tradition: Art and Folk Heritage in Massachusetts" through June 7, 2009. "The exhibition has been hugely popular with visitors," said Hilary Anderson Stelling, Director of Collections and Exhibitions, "and when the opportunity to extend the show presented itself, we didn't hesitate. We are very grateful to the artists for allowing us to display these treasures a bit longer."

"Keepers of Tradition" features more than 100 works by 70 Massachusetts artists who preserve and revitalize deeply rooted traditions. Reflecting the populace of Massachusetts, their art takes many expressive forms-from Native American basketry to Yankee wooden boats, Armenian lace, Chinese seals, Puerto Rican santos, and Irish music and dance. These keepers of tradition are recognized in their communities as outstanding practitioners of craft, music, dance, and sacred arts. Yet much of this work is hidden to the public at large, remaining essentially unknown beyond the local community in which it flourishes.

More information about the exhibition, including an audio tour, can be found at the Museum's web site. The official MCC web site for the show can be found at www.massfolkarts.org.


National Heritage Museum
33 Marrett Road
Lexington, MA 02421
Free admission and parking
Monday through Saturday, 10 am-5 pm
Sunday, noon-5 pm
Heritage Shop and Courtyard Café on site

The Museum was founded by and is supported by the Scottish Rite Masons.

From the Southborough Recreation Department 2/5/09



RAP Session 3 begins today!

Click here to view all school schedule.

Walk-in registrations are still being accepted for classes with openings. Call for information.

Town Programs for Spring 2009 is here!

Click here to view



ARHS Sports 2/6/09

Girls Freshman Basketball @ Milford High School Click for directions   4:00PM
 Boys Freshman Basketball VS Milford High School Algonquin 4:00PM
 Boys JV Basketball VS Milford High School Algonquin 5:30PM
 Girls JV Basketball @ Milford High School Click for directions   5:30PM
 Boys Varsity Wrestling @ Quabbin Regional H.S. High School 6:30PM
 Girls Varsity Basketball @ Milford High School Click for directions   7:00PM
 Boys Varsity Basketball VS Milford High School Algonquin 7:00PM

AVRTHS Sports 2/6/09

Boys Freshman Basketball VS Montachustt Regvochs Gym 3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Basketball @ Montachustt Regvochs Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls JV Basketball @ Montachustt Regvochs Click for directions   5:00PM
 Boys JV Basketball VS Montachustt Regvochs Gym 5:30PM
 Girls Varsity Basketball @ Montachustt Regvochs Click for directions   6:30PM
 Boys Varsity Basketball VS Montachustt Regvochs Gym 7:00PM

2009 Algonquin Youth Wrestling Clinics

Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30pm – 8:00 pm

March 2 through April 8 (12 sessions)


Algonquin Regional High School Wrestling Room

Learn the Sport of Wrestling and Have Fun!

For 5th – 8th Graders

Run by Coach Peter Connery,

Algonquin Wrestling Varsity Head Coach

Program Features (No Previous Experience required):

Through high energy, fun-filled sessions your child will learn amateur wrestling techniques as well as develop balance, flexibility, coordination, body awareness and self-confidence.

Sessions will be run by the Algonquin High School Coaching Staff and Varsity Standouts.


Camp Application

Name____________________________________________ M___ F___ Grade_________

Address __________________________________________ Town______________________

Phone____________________________________________ Age______

Email (please print clearly) ______________________________________

T-shirt for each participant! Size: ADULT: Sm Med Lg

I, Parent/Guardian agree, by enrolling my son/daughter, that he/she is physically and mentally able to participate in all of the Camp’s activities. In case of medical emergency and I cannot be reached, I hereby give permission to the physician selected by the staff to hospitalize and secure medical treatment for the child. I understand that my medical insurance is expected to cover my child for injuries. I agree not to hold the ARHS Wrestling Camp, its management and staff, and/or ARHS, its management and staff, responsible for any athletic, dental, or bodily injury that may occur to my son/daughter while attending Camp. I realize and acknowledge that ARHS is not sponsoring this Wrestling Camp.


(Parent or Guardian Signature) (Parent or Guardian Printed Name)

TUITION: $75 registration (Checks payable to ARHS Wrestling Boosters)

MAIL by February 25th to: Katarina Wrin, Wrestling Boosters Rep.

67 Pine Hill Rd

Southborough, MA 01772

Any questions, contact Katarina Wrin at wrinkat6@aol.com or 508-879-0001

Please note any medical conditions which may affect your child’s participation:

Sunday Morning Breakfast

February 4, 2009 - Sometimes finding a table or counter stool can be a hard thing to do at Mauro's cafe.  Sunday's are really busy for coffee and breakfast.

Southborough Business News

Marcone Capital arranges $6.4 million financing for entity controlled by Shahbazi
Southborough, MA Mike Marcone of Marcone Capital, Inc. has arranged the permanent financing of 333 and 337 Turnpike St., consisting of two office buildings totaling 76,502 s/f.

Both buildings are located next to each other and benefit from a location near Rte. 9 and Rte. 495.

Both office buildings are two stories and consist of 39,774 s/f and 36,728 s/f of net leasable area respectively. Major tenants include Visiting Nursing Association (VNA), New England Home Therapies, Becker College, and the Massachusetts Restaurant Association.

The property was acquired by the owner in February 2007. At the time of acquisition the property was only 41% leased with most of the vacancy contained in the 337 Turnpike St. building, which was in need of renovation. Since acquisition, the borrower has spent $900,000 on renovating the property. Today, the total property occupancy is close to 80%.

The property is owned by Southborough Equity Partners, LLC, an entity controlled by Kambiz Shahbazi, who is also the owner of KS Partners, LLC, a real estate holding company.

The financing was provided by a regional bank.

According to Marcone "Despite the more challenging credit market, given the quality and location of the property combined with the strong sponsorship, the lender was able to provide a very flexible loan structure at a truly superior interest rate."

Marcone Capital is a mortgage banking and real estate consulting firm.


Pinnacle Financial Group names Kevin R. Coffeey as Director of Operations

Southborough, Massachusetts-based insurance consulting firm Pinnacle Financial Group has named Kevin R. Coffey as director of operations.

Coffey will oversee all of Pinnacle's operations, including its finance and technology functions. Coffey brings over 20 years of professional experience to the role, including significant experience supporting and managing infrastructure for organizations during times of growth or change.

He most recently served as vice president of finance and administration and chief financial officer for the Great Providence YMCA. His prior experience also includes senior roles at Kewill Solutions, Genzyme Transgenics.


Accela Communications Reports Record Financial Growth in 2008

Despite economic downturn, company grows 31% with impressive gains in Healthcare communications and education programming

Accela Communications, Inc., a leader in interactive multimedia communications, is pleased to announce record gains in revenue in 2008, with a growth rate of 31% over 2007. Significant gains were realized in the Information Technology, Finance and Marketing Services industries, but especially strong growth came in the Healthcare communications and medical education field where online delivery is gaining momentum and effective measurement of viewer behavior is critical to successful outcomes measurement. The AccelaCast software platform allows companies to build unique multimedia programs to meet differing objectives through customized design, navigation and data collection options, which are then analyzed and reported on through the AccelaWorks web response management system. Some of the key supporters and end clients in the healthcare communications area include Abbott, American Heart Association, Bausch & Lomb, Boston Scientific, Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Pfizer, Respironics, Sanofi-Aventis US and Wyeth.

“Despite a challenging economic environment, Accela Communications' revenues grew 31% in 2008. This is a testament to the value our interactive software and services provide to companies who need to deliver and measure sophisticated online video programs,” said Bill Reinstein President and CEO of Accela Communications. “In 2009 we will continue to focus on the pressing challenges that our customers face and will continue to provide them with a highly flexible software platform to attract and engage their audiences, along with the ability to actually measure results – a key component of success.”

2008 Company Highlights

  • Unique viewers of AccelaCast programs grew 45% overall and 298% within the Healthcare Communications area, versus 2007.
  • Total view time of AccelaCast programs grew 83% overall and 225% within the Healthcare Communications area, versus 2007.
  • Released AccelaWorks 4.5 with an updated web response management system that provides unprecedented support for measurement of online video interactions, including learning assessment data and analytics.
  • AccelaWorks registrations increased 165% overall, versus 2007.
  • Announced new Microsite and Landing page services designed to help marketers roll out Microsites or landing pages quickly, with the infrastructure to support complex registration and reporting requirements.

For more information about production services, please visit: http://www.accelacommunications.com

Coverleaf.com, the service from Texterity, Inc. that gives magazine publishers new digital tools to build reader engagement, today announced the addition of all Domestic and Canadian Rodale digital magazine titles. Rodale's Prevention, Men's Health, Women's Health, Runner's World, Best Life, Bicycling, Running Times, and Organic Gardening will be available on http://www.coverleaf.com beginning in early February.


In addition to Rodale, Coverleaf.com also recently welcomed Future US's Pregnancy, Mac|Life and Maximum PC, and Discover Media's Discover Magazine.


Jan Ehrlich, Director of Publisher Relations for Coverleaf.com, said, "We're proud to offer Coverleaf.com visitors the opportunity to interact and engage with Rodale's superb editorial, advertising, and marketing content as never before. Since inception, our #1 goal has been to add value to print publishers by extending their magazine's brand experience in new and exciting ways, and to make enjoying a favorite magazine easier for the reader. By joining Coverleaf.com, more people are exposed to Rodale's message and product, and those who advertise in Rodale titles."


"Investing online and finding new and meaningful ways to connect with our customers are two key priorities for Rodale, so we are very pleased to bring our exceptional magazines to life digitally with Coverleaf.com," said John McCarthy, VP, Rodale Direct. "We are confident that adding this capability to our mix will help us maintain the strong position we are holding as we head further into 2009."


Visitors to Coverleaf.com can explore the Rodale and 40+ other titles available to clip and save their favorite pages, which they can then organize and share with friends and social networking sites including Facebook. There are also one-click options to subscribe to the print or digital versions of a magazine, or purchase single copies of current or back issues. Coverleaf.com's value is multi-faceted -- publishers can deepen brand engagement, increase interaction, build communities and strengthen brands with their title; Coverleaf.com's digital tools empower print publications, help boost renewals, and add advertising value. For a full list of titles available, please visit http://www.coverleaf.com

In This Issue
Algonquin Exhibit
Collage Exhibit
Photoshop Basics
Watercolor Collage
Quick Links
February Vacation
Art Classes
pdf of the flier here

Now offering single classes Monday 2/16

10am - 12pm
  K-2nd - Clay Animal Banks
  3rd-5th - T-Shirt Painting                      
K-2nd - Puppet
3rd-5th - Clay Clocks

 Children taking art class
Three day program
Feb. 17, 18, 19

10am - 12pm
K-2nd - Clay
3rd-5th - Cartooning

12:30pm - 2:30pm
K-2nd - Sculpture
3rd-5th - Clay



Quick Glimpse of Classes
Session IV March 10 - April 14
Session V April 28 - June 2

Adult Classes
Pottery, Wed 7-9
Life Drawing, Mon 7-9

Children's Classes
Parent Toddler Art
Kid's Clay
Drawing & Cartooning
Teen Pottery
Girl Scout workshops

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Greetings -
Things are moving in the right direction at the Arts Center. This month expect a second newsletter featuring our print newsletter and a compete line up of events from now until June. Think of this as the teaser...

Please join us next Wednesday night as we kick off our first exhibit. Reconnect with the building, meet the artists and have a fun evening out. Reception begins at 7 with some live music.

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
Exhibit: Algonquin Senior Art Show
Class of '09: A Creative Collaboration
February 11 - March 1
Opening Reception Wednesday the 11th

Arts Building Warhol Style OPENING NIGHT OF THE ART SHOW featuring the artwork of 10 super-talented seniors in the Advanced/AP art studio. Come out and see an exhibit of their work only!

JACOB BURNSTEIN AND DYLAN MCGUIRE...and maybe some others...WILL BE PERFORMING some music that's guaranteed to be amazing.

Featured Artists:
Sarah Kacevich, Kayleigh Kahn, Catie Konstas, Jen Ludwig, Carolyn Maiorana, Carolyn Mukai, Cori Reuter, Holli Robinson, Catarina Teixeira, Katrina Wells, Helen Yang.
Exhibit: Collage: Process and Product
March 13th - April 10th
Opening Reception March 13th 7-9pm
Hendrick Collage
This exhibit explores the rich and unique art medium of collage.  Collage includes pasted papers, altered books, mixed media, assemblage and so much more. 

The title of this exhibit refers to two diverse ways of making art.  One way to approach creating a new piece of art is to immerse oneself in the artistic process,  whatever that may be: painting, pasting, assembling, cutting, drawing, etc.  Works created this way emerge from the use of materials and the artist does not start with a preconceived notion of what the end product will be.  The other approach when creating a new work is to start with a preconceived idea of what the piece will be or mean and work the processes to that end.  Each of these are viable ways of working and the artists in this exhibit employ both techniques in creating their art.  The result is a wonderful array of diverse and beautiful art that shows the unique talents of each artist.

Participating in the show are the following artists:
Kathleen Hendrick, Joan Loewenberg, Amy Rubin, Nyia Yanatos,Ted Todd, Amelia Todd, Donna Kaplan, Caroline Bowden, Betsy Beninger, Michele Kweder,
Joan Halperin, Joan Rubin-Deutsch, Ania Gilmore,Leah Fine
Photoshop Basics II Workshop
Sunday March 8th, 1-4pm, $40
w/ Michelle Sheppard
Arts Building Warhol Style This one-day workshop will expand on the basics of Photoshop and dig deeper into the photo editing process.  Learn the foundations of image correction, resizing, printing, and digital collages, as well time to address questions that arise as one learns to navigate digital imaging through Photoshop. Laptop with Photoshop is required.
Rescheduled Watercolor Collage Workshop
w/ artist Crist Filer

Sunday March 22nd
10am-3pm at Arts Center, $45
Our last attempt at this workshop was doomed by a snow storm. So, once again, we are pleased to present artist Crist Filer. His sharp edged graphic artwork, using both wet-in-wet and dry brush techniques, provides and exhilarating experience of design and color. 
Arts Building Warhol Style

This workshop will be engaging and useful to both those who have created collage before along with those who may have wanted to explore collage but lacked a creative "entry portal."

Expect to dive into the discovery and development of Filer's unique collage approach. Participants will take one of their own "failed" or disappointing watercolors (or any painting on paper) and dissect it in order to rebuild it into a new work of art. Attendees, using the guidelines and suggestions will  plan and critically think about their collage. Filer will lead an informal critique through out the workshop. Most of the day will entail accomplishing the collage and broadening the creative scope of the collage process.

Marlborough Hospital Expands Availability of Financial Counseling Staff

Marlborough, MA – (February 3, 2009) – Marlborough Hospital has expanded the availability of the financial counselors at the hospital to assist Massachusetts residents and patients with insurance questions, paperwork and filing for benefits. The hospital now has staff on hand Monday through Friday 8 am to 8:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5:30 pm.

The financial counselors provide potentially eligible patients with the appropriate application(s) for MassHealth, Commonwealth Care and/or Health Safety Net, Medical Hardship and other types of financial assistance, ranging from budget payment plans, government assistance programs, discounts, to full free care. The services are confidential and free of charge. Appointments are encouraged; however, walk-ins are more than welcome.

The Marlborough Hospital Financial Counseling Office can be reached by telephone at

508-486-5864 or by e-mail: mhneedinsurance@ummhc.org.


ARHS Sports 2/5/0

Coed Varsity Ski VS SKI WARD RACE Ski Ward 3:00PM

AVRTHS Sports 2/5/09

No Scheduled sports

MIAA Congratulations to the following teams that maintained cumulative GPA's 3.0 to 4.0 (Gold) and 2.5 to 2.99 (Silver)

Team Academic Excellence Awards

January  2009 Awards

Norfolk County Agricultural H. S.
Boys Soccer
Girls Soccer
Girls  JV Soccer
Boys Cross Country
Girls Cross Country
Girls Volleyball
Girls JV Volleyball
Freshman Volleyball
Girls Varsity Volleyball
Girls JV Soccer
Boys JV Soccer


Recent MIAA recognition was given to the following teams, coaches, and individuals for model acts of Sportsmanship in their respective sports. 

Coach Marc Mertz & Coach Bill Cannon

Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball

Congratulations to MIAA November 2008 Student of the Month finalists

Chelsea Andre-Algonquin Regional High School

Katie Campbell - Algonquin Regional High School


Health teacher Jean Fedak was awarded the “Massachusetts Women in

Athletics Distinguished Service Award” from the MIAA. This award is part of the 2009 MIAA “Massachusetts Girls and Women in

Sports Day” and the event is sponsored by “The New Agenda Northeast” and the MIAA. This award recognizes the contributions

made by a few special women who have devoted their time and energy to guide and nurture female athletes. Jean will receive her

award on February 6, 2009 at Faneuil Hall in Boston.


Slip Sliding Away Again

February 3, 2009 - A van struck a telephone pole outside of St. Mark's Golf Course shortly after the snow started to fall this afternoon.

Winter weather advisory in effect from 9 am this morning to 3 am est. Wednesday

The NWS in taunton has issued a winter weather advisory for snow, which is in effect from 9 am this morning to 3 am est. Wednesday.
This advisory is for northern Connecticut, all of Rhode Island, and much of Massachusetts, except for the far northwestern and southeastern portions.
Light snow will continue to develop this morning, and possibly become moderate later this morning and this afternoon. Occasional light to moderate snow will continue through this evening before tapering off and ending after midnight. The exact amount of snowfall will be determined by how far west the heavier precipitation associated with the offshore low progresses. Our best estimation for storm total snowfall, spanning the 24 hour period ending late tonight, is 2 to 5 inches, with locally higher amounts of 7 or 8 inches possible. Highest amounts are expected across Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts. Some blowing and drifting is expected, especially during the afternoon hours today.
There is still some uncertainty with the exact track of the storm, and this results in some uncertainty with final snowfall accumulations. If the low tracks closer to the coast today, then slightly more snowfall would be expected. If the low tracks further to the east, slightly less snowfall will likely occur. Regardless of low track and exact snowfall amounts, the late afternoon and evening rush hour will in all likelihood be a slippery one, with a relatively high probability of snow covered roadways and low visibilities.
A winter weather advisory is issued when snow and/or ice is forecast to develop in the affected areas, but accumulations are expected to be light. Any snow or ice would make driving and walking difficult, but not impossible, on untreated roadways and sidewalks. When temperatures are below freezing, motorists need to be especially careful on bridges and overpasses where slippery spots can easily develop.

The Town of Southborough Introduces it's new Website

Click here to go to the new site

Pileated Woodpecker

February 3, 2009 - A Pileated Woodpecker flits around the trees at  Russ Horne's home.

Sugar & Spice Valentine's Day Event

February 3, 2009 - From the Fire Department: Slippery roads contributed to a car that crashed into a utility pole on Cordaville Road at St. Mark’s Golf Course.  No injuries, but the pole was split in two.  The second two were a crash at Main Street and Route 85. One minor injury – the injured person did not wish tot be transported to a hospital by ambulance.

Fire Log

Sunday 2/1/09








Monday 2/2/09




C30 FF KANE  More Fire Log


 Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop invites you to their shop in time for Valentine's Day.

Get your special Valentine a gift, candy, flowers and more at Gulbankian's.  Don't forget to order flowers for a  loved one.  Carolyn Gulbankian can customize your order for you. 

Unique gifts, plenty of flowers, gourmet foods and much more can be found at Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop located at the corner of Cordaville Road (route 85) and Mt. Vickery Road - directly across from the Southborough Post Office and Town Centre Plaza.

Click for Website

Sudbury Valley Trustees Valentine’s Day Cross Country Ski

Memorial Forest, Sudbury

Saturday February 14, 11:00AM-1:00PM

You are invited to join Sudbury Valley Trustees on this Valentine’s Day cross country ski, led by SVT Director Susan Crane.  Memorial Forest’s extensive trails provide great cross country skiing. Susan loves this area so much, she wants to be there on Valentine’s Day and would like you to join her. All participants are required to wear something red (not just the rosy cheeks they’d get from a great workout). Everyone attending receives a Valentine’s Day gift. This program is designed for experienced cross country skiers. Participants must provide their own equipment. Reservations Required. Members-Free. Non-member-$10. Please visit www.svtweb.org or call 978-443-5588 for information or reservations.  


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

ARHS Sports 2/4/09
Girls Freshman Basketball VS Westboro High School   3:00PM
 Girls JV Basketball @ Westboro High School   3:30PM
 Boys Freshman Basketball VS Westboro High School Algonquin 4:15PM
 Boys JV Ice Hockey VS Shrewsbury High School Northstar Rink 4:50PM
 Boys JV Basketball VS Westboro High School Algonquin 5:30PM
 Girls Varsity Basketball @ Westboro High School   5:30PM
 Boys Varsity Ice Hockey VS Hudson High School Northstar Rink 5:50PM
 Boys Varsity Basketball @ Westboro High School   7:00PM
 Girls Varsity Ice Hockey VS Cambridge Public Schools New England 7:50PM

AVRTHS Sports 2/4/0

Boys Freshman Basketball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Basketball VS AMS CHARTER SCHOOL   3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Ice Hockey VS Oakmont Regional High Sch New England 4:00PM
 Boys JV Ice Hockey VS Hopkinton High School New England 4:10PM
 Girls JV Basketball VS Keefe Technical High Scho   5:00PM
 Boys JV Basketball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions   5:30PM
 Girls Varsity Basketball VS Keefe Technical High Scho   6:30PM
 Boys Varsity Basketball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions   7:00PM

Youth Hockey Results

                                                   Date: 2-1-2009
     Team: Triboro-Bantam 1   vs   Baystate Ban1
Location: North Star - Westborough, MA
   Score: 3 to 0

Triboro Titans Bantam 1 team beat the Baystate 1 hockey team 3-0 at the NorthStar Youth Forum this past week. John Stanton turned away 17 shots in recording another shutout victory for the tenacious Titans. Triboro started out the game with a high level of intensity while scoring 2 goals in the 1st period by Scott Brun and Jordan Hanahan. The second period saw a very physical game with no scoring. The third period, Chris Mulvey took a nice pass from Sam Voss to score with an open net. Other players contributing assists were Conor Doyle, Luke Freitas, Ryan Chaisson, and Dan Feller. The victory moved the Titans into 3rd place

Date: 1/25/09    Team: Triboro-Bantam 1   vs   Lakers Ban1
North Star - Westborough, MA
   Score: 4 to 4

Triboro's Bantam 1 team skated to a 4-4 tie against a very physical Lakers team. Triboro went down 1-0 in the 1st period, only to have Triboro's Sam Voss score an unassisted goal. Triboro then went up 2-1 in the second period on a Jordan Hanahan goal. Ryan Chaisson and Ed Leonard assisted on the goal. The Lakers then scored three more goals to take the lead by a score of 4-2. Triboro now down 4-2 worked hard with an aggressive forecheck and solid defense. Jordan Hanahan scored his 2nd goal of the night on a nice feed from Nolan Aldridge. to make the score 4-3 in favor of the Lakers. Triboro then pulled their goalie and scored with 26 seconds remaining in the game. Aldridge picked up the goal from a nice pass from Hanahan. Triboro pulled out the 4-4 tie because of a total team effort.

    Date: 1-24-2009
    Team: Triboro-Squirt 3   vs   Baystate Sq2
Location: North Star - Westborough, MA
   Score: 4 to 4

Triboro came out flying in the first period out scoring Baystate 2 to 1.  The first Triboro goal was netted by Jason Monteiro who was sent out on a breakaway by a beautiful pass by Jon Rodenbush. Baystates goalie Joey Rozotice didnt have a chance.  Triboros second goal of the period came from Aidan OKeefe assisted by Marrissa Feller and Alex Kerravala. The lone goal for Baystate in the first period came from an unassisted goal by Nicholos Jose.  Jose continued his scoring spree by scoring three more unassisted goals in the second period for Baystate.  Marrissa Feller counted with two goals of her own assisted by Alex Kerravala on a beautiful centering pass. On her second goal she was assisted by Aidan Okeefe and Jason Monteiro.  The third period was highlighted by the goalies.  Chase McGuire in net for Triboro held off a strong surge by Baystate in the third period to hold the score to a 4 to4 tie.  The scoring for Triboro was lead by Marissa Feller with 2 goals and an assist along
 with a goal and an assist from both Jason Monteiro and Aidan OKeefe.  Alex Kerravala rounding out the scoring with two assists.

Cookie Time

February 2, 2009 - Nicole and Christina of Troop 7099 sell Girl Scout cookies at the Southborough Transfer station this past Saturday.  Besides selling the cookies they also were collecting donations of girl scout cookies to the Southborough Food Pantry.

CERT Training

February 2, 2009 - Members of the MRC/CERT teams learned Staging techniques for small and large incidents within town at tonight's meeting led by member Mark Spruill.


Algonquin Regional High School Musical Events

2/3 Winter Instrumental Concert 7:30pm

2/10 Winter Chorus Concert 7:30 pm

With the cancellation of the annual flower show this year in Boston, maybe try one of these events:
7th Annual Flora in Winter
Romantic Celebrations of the World
February 5-8, 2009, Open daily 10am – 5pm
The Annual Floral Artistic Collaboration of Tower Hill & Worcester Art Museum

Entertainment Schedule
Tower Hill Botanic Garden welcomes the 7th annual “Flora in Winter” extravaganza with the 2009 theme:
Romantic Celebrations of the World
. Enjoy stunning floral interpretations of international destinations and events remembered for their romantic connections. Flora in Winter will be a celebration of life through art, music, and the attempt to express love through the language of flowers. Romance may be interpreted as an intense feeling for another person, place, or time, in literature or music, from anywhere around the world. Talented floral designers will reach the heights of artistic expression in this one-of-a-kind show.

Thursday, February 5
1:00 p.m. — Guided Tour of Flora in Winter arrangements

Friday, February 6
1:00 p.m. — Guided Tour of Flora in Winter arrangements
2:00 p.m. — Lecture and Demonstration -Wedding Celebrations
Learn how wedding traditions have evolved over time, from ancient times with Adam and Eve, through the 19th Century when Queen Victoria influenced American wedding customs. The lecture will highlight celebrity weddings and their floral extravaganzas. Discover what wedding flowers really mean, and how to communicate with flowers. The presenter will demonstrate how to create arrangements for a special occasion; two arrangements will be raffled to go home with a member of the audience, including a Victorian centerpiece with apples, and a striking focal piece designed for an altar but also appropriate for a fireplace mantel. $4 per person; Admission to the Garden not included.

7:30 p.m. — Flora in Winter Candlelight Concert
Featuring the Works of Stephen Sondheim performed by students of the Boston Conservatory, Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Join us for a candlelight concert in the Great Hall featuring the talented students of the Boston Conservatory performing the works of Stephen Sondheim. Come early and see the wonderful arrangements inspired by Romantic Celebrations of the World while enjoying light appetizers and a cash bar. Tickets are $25 THBG & WAM members, and $30 nonmembers. Seating is limited and sells out early. Call 508-869-6111 ext. 135 for tickets. Or contact Wendy Cehon by e-mail for more
ticket information

Saturday, February 7
1:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. — Guided Tour of Flora in Winter arrangements
1-4 p.m., Artists' Reception, Ahsan Enver and Kathy King, Sprited Perspectives Photograph Exhibit, In the
2-4 pm — A Floral Destination: Wedding Arrangements
Come and watch a master florist, Al DeLuca of Flor-Al’s, create romantic arrangements. Mr. DeLuca teaches floral design at Tower Hill Botanic Garden and manages a floral design business in Worcester. He will demonstrate how to create centerpieces for the home or for a special event, or even a romantic extravaganza! Enjoy high tea service during the program.
The arrangements will be given away as a raffle drawing; one raffle ticket is included with each registration.
$18 THBG & WAM members and $26 nonmembers; includes admission to the Garden.

Sunday, February 8
1:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. — Guided Tour of Flora in Winter arrangements
2 pm — Hands-on Workshop: Return to Paradise
Betty Call, instructor and owner of A Floral Touch will provide instruction on how to create an arrangement that participants will take home. This long-lasting arrangement features exotic tropical plants to brighten the cold New England winter and evoke memories a romantic Caribbean vacation. Price includes materials and instruction; $35 THBG & WAM members, $38 nonmembers; admission to the Garden included. Download Flora in Winter Tower Hill events schedule


ARHS Sports 2/3/0
 Boys Varsity Wrestling @ Lincoln-Sudbury Reg High School High School 5:00PM

AVRTHS Sports 2/3/09

Girls Freshman Basketball @ Bay Path Regtechhs Click for directions   3:30PM
No, they Aren't Puxatony Phil

February 2, 2009 - Just a reminder that the Groundhog saw his shadow and there will be another six weeks of winter.

Bikes in Winter

February 1, 2009 - members of the Moto Guzzi bike club with members around Metrowest and beyond met this morning at Mauro's cafe.

Reading Time

February 1, 2009 - The Southborough Library offers a number of amenities including being able to read by the fire place, Fiction and Non-fiction books, CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes and talking books.  Computers, research books, tax information and more can be found at the Southborough Public Library.  The Children's library offers books, games, computers, activities and more.  Also found at the library are historical documents, special activities and shows and free or low cost passes to many museums, exhibits and special places to visit.  Join the Friends of the Library and help with fundraising activities and events.  The Southborough Library is your library with lots of little treasures known and unknown to discover!

Buffalo Soldier

February 1, 2009 - Southborough resident Pete DePina relaxes after setting up several of his display items at the Southborough Historical Society.  Starting February 14 the Museum will be co-hosting a display of African-American people in our nation's military history.  There will be live history lectures, books, sculptures and paintings depicting the military history of African Americans throughout the American Revolution, Civil War, Spanish American War, Indian Wars, WWI & WWII to present day. Click here to learn more.

Careful out there

February 1, 2009 - Several calls about people out on the ice of the Sudbury Reservoir prompted Southborough Police officials to respond to this location off White Bagley Road to inform the family no walking on the ice.

Year of the OX

Southborough meetings

February 2 - February 7, 2009





ADVISORY COMMITTEE Feb 2 7:30 PM Upper Hall Cordaville Hall
MUNICIPAL FACILITIES COMM. Feb 2 6:30 PM Hearing Room Town House
Feb 3 7:00 PM Hearing Room Town House
MBTA TRIANGLE COMMITTEE Feb 3 7:30 PM Country Kitchen, Cordaville Hall
Youth Commission Feb 3 7:15 PM Conference Room Fayville Hall
BOARD OF ASSESSORS Feb 4 9:00 AM Hearing Room Town House
COUNCIL ON AGING Feb 4 7:00 PM Country Kitchen Cordaville Hall
(Attending ZAC meeting)
Feb 4 7:30 PM Upper Hall Cordaville Hall
Recreation Commission Feb 4 7:00 PM Recreation Office Highland Street
ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE Feb 4 7:30 PM Upper Hall Cordaville Hall

Senior Schedule

Monday 2

Tuesday 3

Wednesday 4

Thursday 5

Friday 6

NO Health clinic

8:30-2:30 .... Health Clinic


  9:30 Pool

8:30  Health clinic

9:30 Wellesley College Greenhouse and Museum bus trip

9:30 Cribbage

9:30 AM Tai Chi

10:00 Creative Writers

9:30  Mah Jongg

10:00 AM What to Do Now!

11:00 Friends Meeting

11:00 Sr. singers at

11:30 AM .... Jazz Pianist A Little

Mardi Gras



11:30 Movie Bag Lunch

12:00 Lunch

12:00 Lunch


12:00 Lunch

12:00 Lunch

12:00 PM Blueplate Special

12:30 Pitch


12:30 Pitch

1:00  Water Aerobics

2:00  Fitness

1:00 Water Aerobics

12:00 Lunch

1:00 PM bridge



2:00 PM Fitness



If Southborough Schools are closed or delayed due to

inclement weather then the Senior Center will be closed. For

closings during school vacation weeks please call the Senior

Center. If there is snow or ice on a Saturday the Senior Center

will be closed.


Winter Session Begins Tuesday

January 13

10 weeks (not on February School

vacation week)

Great for both Men and Women!

Tuesday and Fridays 1:00

At Wayside Racquet and Swim Club

Sign up at the Senior Center

Suggested donation: $50

Scholarships available



By Apple-Spice Junction Catering. $5.00 suggested donation

Every week alternate choice: Turkey Sandwich

Please call by the Wednesday before to order a lunch

Feb. 6 .............Tuna on Wheat with potato salad or Chicken


Movie .............Grumpy Old Men (Jack Lemon, Walter Matthau,


Feb. 13 ...........Club Sandwich (turkey, ham, bacon, cheese)

with pasta salad or Chicken Salad

Movie .............Grumpier Old Men (Jack Lemon, Walter Matthau,

Sophia Loren)

Feb. 20 ...........Ham and Cheese with potato salad or Chicken


Movie .............The World’s Fastest Indian (Anthony Hopkins)

Feb. 27 ...........Club Sandwich with potato salad or Tuna

No Movie .......there will be Bingo!


February (sorry no blue plates in January during renovation):

Provided by TJ’s of Ashland

Most meals include: veggies, rolls, coffee, soda, and desert

Suggested Donation: $5.00

February 2nd ...............................Ham and beans

February 9th ................................Chicken cordon bleu

February 16th ..............................Presidents Day Closed

February 23rd ..............................Meatloaf

Southborough Library

Sunday 1 Monday 2 Tuesday 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday 5 Friday 6 Saturday 7


Story time 2-5 years









Story time 2-5 years







10:30 Story time 2-5 years

6:30 pm 2nd and 3rd

grade book group







11:00 Toddler Time 








ARHS Sports 2/2/09
Boys Freshman Basketball @ Groton Dunstable Regional Peter Toomey 4:00PM
 Girls Freshman Basketball @ Groton Dunstable Regional Middle School 4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Ice Hockey @ Cambridge Public Schools   4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Gymnastics VS Westboro High School Algonquin 7:00PM
 Boys JV Ice Hockey VS Wachusett Regional H.S. Northstar Rink 8:00PM

AVRTHS Sports 2/2/09

Boys JV Basketball @ Hudson Catholic HS Click for directions Gym 3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Basketball VS Montachustt Regvochs   3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Ice Hockey @ Milford High School Click for directions New England 4:10PM
 Girls JV Basketball @ Hudson Catholic HS Click for directions   5:00PM
 Boys Varsity Basketball VS Hudson Catholic HS Gym 5:30PM
 Girls Varsity Basketball VS Hudson Catholic HS   7:00PM