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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Broadmeadow kids slice, dice and donate

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter While getting kids to eat vegetables may be difficult, apparently (when it’s for a good cause, at least) getting kids to cut them is not. That was the case on Saturday morning, when kids and parents from Broadmeadow School gathered for Pare and Share, a vegetable-cutting event sponsored...
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Expresso plans immigration justice night

Expresso Yourself @ the Historic Meetinghouse will return on Saturday, November 23, for Chasing the Light: A Night of Poetry and Spoken Word on Immigration Justice. Among the evening's guests will be host Betsy Johnson, Regie Gibson, Jamele Adams, Amy Mevorach, Thea Iberall and Ben Jackson. This past summer, Betsy Johnson, a local poet and storyteller,...
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Sullivan documentary premiere a hit

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff There aren’t many people who can claim to have touched a community in the way that former Medfield Town Administrator Mike Sullivan did. Sullivan, a beloved figure in town throughout his over 40 years of service, passed away on February 27, just weeks after his retirement. On Friday, November 1,...
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Medfielders Trunk or Treat

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Trick-or-treating is often a highlight of the year for some kids. They dash from house to house in costume, scouring local neighborhoods for their favorite candy. But sometimes, the idea of a late-night candy hunt can be a bit scary. New 'N Towne, Medfield’s newcomers club, hosted Trunk or...
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Stockinged witch wins library pumpkin contest

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter If you’ve visited the Dover Town Library lately, you’ve likely seen the wide variety of colorful, decorated pumpkins that were scattered throughout the building. What you might not have known, however, is that voting was taking place to see which three pumpkins were the community’s favorites - and...
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Sawin Museum preparing ambitious exhibit

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Those who have visited Dover’s Sawin Museum knows that it has a particularly detailed and professional way of storytelling through exhibits. Downstairs, there’s a setup used to teach kids about life in the 1800s. The middle floor hosts a room of revolving exhibits. It should shock no one that the upstairs...
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Dover-Sherborn’s Evans crowned DIII golf champ

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It was about as dramatic of a moment as they come for any athlete; a one-hole playoff with a state championship on the line in your final high school match. That was the stage on which Dover-Sherborn Regional High School golfer Cooper Evans found himself on last week...
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Kindness Ambassadors earn Bronze Awards

The bronze award is the highest award that a Junior Girl Scout can earn between grades 4 – 5. The bronze award requires girls to put a minimum of 20 hours towards a “take action project” that addresses an issue in their local community. For their project, Girl Scout Troop 69046 decided to focus on...
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Camy/David 5K coming November 9

For the 19th consecutive year, the USATF-certified Camy 5K Run & David 5K Walk will once again provide a competitive road race, a fun walk, family atmosphere, and terrific raffles. The run/walk will be held on Saturday, November 9, at the Walpole Italian-American Club, located on 109 Stone St. in Walpole. Race director Paul Clerici...
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