The Sherborn Council on Aging was pleased to invite the Sherborn Police, Fire and Emergency Services personnel to a very special breakfast “in appreciation for your service” on Monday, June 18, at Pilgrim Church. The morning event gave the seniors, town officials and the community an opportunity to stop by and say "thank you" to those who serve the community 24/7, every day of the year.
Ani Almasian Thompson managed the event from invitation to menu, and made sure each first responder left with a goodie bag. Nan Vaida was the master chef and kept the eggs, bacon and sausage hot and in good supply. Supporting the Council on Aging team were the COA board members who welcomed the men and women of the police and fire Departments. Other folks who were on hand to say “thank you” were Selectmen Mike Giaimo, George Morrill, and Eric Johnson; Superintendent Keough, Assistant Superintendent McCoy and Pine Hill School’s Assistant Principal Daly; Father Grimes from St. Theresa’s Parish, and a number of seniors, residents and Pine Hill students who stopped by on their way to school.
Sherborn resident and Director of MA E-Ops Dan Bennett also stopped by to have breakfast with the first responders. A special "thank you" poster board was presented to both the Police and Fire & Emergency Services Departments with messages from the students at Pine Hill School.