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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Wellesley Basketball ‘Thinks Pink’

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On Friday, January 29 the Wellesley boys and girls basketball teams faced off against Walpole for “Think Pink Night” at Wellesley High in a doubleheader event. The girls’ basketball teams from the Bay State Conference stepped up again this year to fight breast cancer. At Wellesley High, both the girls and the boys...
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Dover-Sherborn Chocolate Café Celebrates Music

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff On Sunday, January 31, students, teachers, parents and community members came together to celebrate music and raise money for the Dover-Sherborn music program at the annual Chocolate Café. “The Chocolate Café is a fun event dripping with chocolate and all sorts of musical talent from the D-S community,” said music...
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Dover-Sherborn Nordic Ski Team Off to the Races

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff The Dover-Sherborn Nordic ski team began the season practicing on dry land for the first month, but when January came around they finally got to work out on snow, giving them a true sense of where they stood as a team. Captained by Fiona Gray, Alexandra Martiros and Dana Rice...
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Dover Cub Scouts Enjoy Pinewood Derby

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With speeds topping 192 mph, 41 Cub Scouts and Webelos of Dover Pack 52 enjoyed another successful Pinewood Derby on Saturday January 30. Each scout built his own custom 5 ounce wooden racer, personalizing them with options ranging from paint colors to Star Wars characters to Lego bricks. Scouts with the fastest racers in...
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Sherborn Dogs Must be Licensed by Feb. 18

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Sherborn Town Clerk Carole B. Marple mailed the 2016 dog licensing forms to all Sherborn dog owners in December. According to law, all dogs three months and older must be licensed and tagged (even if they are too young to have rabies shots). All dog licenses conform to the calendar year, thus 2015 licenses...
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Fourth Graders Bring Greek Gods to Life in Dover

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Students in fourth grade at Charles River School recently “became” Greek Gods and Goddesses in a presentation before classmates, parents and faculty. Since the beginning of the academic year, members of their fourth grade class have been studying all aspects of Ancient Greece. For this project, students researched the birth, relationships, special powers...
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Glee Club to perform ‘Singing Valentines’ in Needham and Wellesley

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After a very successful debut last year, the Highland Glee Club is excited for the return of its “Singing Valentine” program in Needham, Newton and Wellesley.

The group will send a group of singers to perform three classic love songs to your Valentine at his or her home, workplace,...

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