BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER MAKE
The boys and
girls varsity soccer teams had humbling and wonderful successes
with both their teams and coaches this past fall. Evren
Gunduz is the varsity girls coach and Garrett Sawyer is the
varsity boys coach. Both are teachers in the Hopkinton School
District. Evren's first coaching job was as the boys JV
coach/Garrett's assistant coach. Garrett mentored Evren
and taught him everything he knows about coaching. After 4
seasons as Garrett's assistant in the boys program, Evren took
over as the head of the girls program and varsity girls coach.
This year, both coaches earned distinction with Evren being
awarded the Coach of the Year in the Tri-Valley League in his
second year as a varsity coach. In addition, Garrett was awarded
an even greater distinction when it was officially announced
yesterday that he is the Coach of the Year in the entire South
District of Massachusetts which includes around 10 leagues!
Additionally, the girls varsity team was awarded the league
sportsmanship award for the first time and won their first state
tournament match in over seven years. The boys varsity team made
a major run in the state tournament making it all the way to the
South District finals meaning they were one of eight teams left
in the entire state. The boys also have an exciting
player, Jack Hilger, who is committed to play D1 soccer at
Princeton University next fall!
Garrett has been the head coach of the boys program for seven
years and it was a special day when he was awarded a south
district coach of the year award and his mentee coach, former
assistant and best friend off the field was awarded a league
coach of the year award all in the same season. Garrett
mentored Evren all four years that he was his JV boys coach and
they became best friends off the field, golfing, going to soccer
games, hanging with each other's family's, and so on.
Lessons in Citizenship
November 16, 2011 — Above, Cub Scouts from Troop 4 listen to
Master Sergeant Chris Anderson explain how long a deployment is,
and how a person can feel after being away from home in terms
the scouts can understand. Mr. Anderson earned his Eagle Scout
as a member of Troop 1, he said, to lighthearted jeers.
He and Cub Master Bob Murchie explained
that troops exercised citizenship in one way, and that this
evening, the scouts will exercise citizenship by packaging a
range of needed items and decorating cards, all to be sent
overseas to the troops.
Below, Adrian Wech, 9, enjoys the
Basketball Player Gets Full Ride to Stonehill
Above, Varsity Girls Basketball center Alee Leteria, flanked by
Varsity Coach Ritz Atkinson and Athletic Director Eric Karjel.
November 16, 2011 — Hopkinton Hiller Girls Varsity Basketball
center Alee Leteria signed a letter of intent today to attend
Stonehill College, after receiving a full scholarship to attend
that Easton, Mass school.
"It's a big accomplishment,"
said a proud Head Coach Rita Atkinson about her varsity player
about to enter into her last season as a Hiller.
"It's a great opportunity for
Alee," said Athletic Director Eric Karkel.
"Girls basketball has had a lot
of success with the program and we are extremely pleased to see
our player going to the next level and playing college ball," he
"I went to a basketball camp
there when I was a sophomore and I met the coach and the girls
and I loved the team.
"Stonehill has a great balance
between sports and academics," Alee said.
She is interested in majoring
in physical, occupational or speech therapy.
"I'll start in liberal arts and
see where it takes me," she said.
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November 16, 2011 — A police officer stands ready to direct
traffic at the detour for Clinton Street today, as nature sends
a steady sheet of rain, and the road crew for Russo Bros on
behalf of Legacy Farms makes its own fog behind him.
Hopkinton Police would like to advise residents and motorists of
road detours due to the Legacy Farms Project. Starting Friday
November 18, 2011, Front Street will be closed from Clinton St.
to Ash St. during the hours of 7 AM to 4 PM. Detour and traffic
control signs will be placed to assist residents entering or
leaving their residence or business. Some side roads in this
project area may be closed or detoured. The roads will be
passable for emergency vehicles and school buses. Detail police
officers will be on-duty to assist as needed. This project is
expected to last 2 weeks, weather-dependent. Clinton Street will
re-open on Friday November 18, 2011.
Jungle Book Kids November
HOPKINTON, MA (November
14, 2011) – Enter Stage Left Theater will be presenting
Jungle Book Kids at 11 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on November 19 and
20 at the Hopkinton High School. This family-oriented show
features young talent from Hopkinton and surrounding towns.
Tickets are $10 per person; $5 for children under 12 or Stage
Door members, and are available via
show features a cast of 47 children ranging in age from 4-11,
and includes our littlest performers,” said Kelly Grill,
executive director of ESL. “They
are terrifically talented and this show is perfect for the
Make Your Weekend Pick --
Hiller Holiday Shopping
Get started on your holiday shopping
at the Hopkinton High School Boosters store -- which will open
this weekend in conjunction with the Hopkinton Youth Basketball
Association's (HYBA) annual Tap-Off Tournament. Hours are Fri.,
Nov. 18, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., as well as Sat., Nov. 19 and
Sun., Nov. 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The store is regularly open
week days from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and Weds., 1:30 p.m. to
November 16, 2011 — Dave Adelman shares a photo of this cool
looking great blue heron near his Woodville home.
That Time of
Nancy L. Drawe
November 16, 2011 — My Thanksgiving tradition—re-running the
column I wrote about Thanksgiving dinner at the Woodville Rod
and Gun Club. For those of you who may remember it, I hope
you enjoy it all over again. For those of you who
have never read it, I hope you enjoy it for the first time.
Gobble! It’s that time of year again; the time when people
of all races and religions get together to celebrate the
Thanksgiving holiday with friends and family alike. It’s a
wonderful time of year, when the air is brisk and there’s that
possibility of snow falling. It’s a holiday that seems to
come too quickly though; right smack in the middle of Halloween
and Christmas. When I was a kid, once Halloween was over,
the excitement of Thanksgiving took precedent over the long
forgotten sack full of candy shoved in the cabinet. It was
the sight of that big huge turkey sitting in the middle of the
table, watching the Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV, getting all
dressed up to go over Grandma’s house after dinner for homemade
pies and playing with all the cousins. My favorite part of
the day was cracking walnuts with my father and brother while my
mother got the turkey ready in the kitchen. I don’t even
think we ate many of the nuts; it was just the fun of the
‘crackin!’ Nowadays, Christmas seems to overpower
the Thanksgiving holiday. I’m not whining too much about
it, but there’s a time for that holiday after
Thanksgiving. Not before Halloween when the shelves in all
the stores are displaying Christmas trees and commercials on TV
are already crying out, “Buy this, buy that!” What
happened to all the wonderful Thanksgiving decorations that
people used to scotch tape to their windows? How about the
song, “Over the River and Through the Woods?” Just the other
day, I turned on my favorite radio station in the car only to
hear Christmas music—and that is going to be continuous 24 hours
a day for the next month and a half. I’m not saying that
Thanksgiving is a forgotten holiday, because it’s certainly
not—it’s one of the biggest family holidays of all. It’s
just that it needs more time to itself before Christmas comes
rushing in. That’s okay though, all is well; A Charlie
Brown’s Thanksgiving will be on tv before Thanksgiving night.
I didn’t get a
chance to ask the seniors what their favorite part of
Thanksgiving is, but I’m pretty sure that I would have gotten a
lot of the same responses such as “the smell of turkey cooking
in the oven,” “watching football games,” “cranberry sauce,”
“stuffing and gravy,” “pumpkin pies,” “taking a nap after
dinner,” “turkey sandwiches later that night,” and of course,
one of the most important--“spending the time with my family and
Friends”—this brings me to Thanksgiving Day at the Woodville Rod
and Gun Club here in Hopkinton on Thursday, November 24 from
12-3 pm. It’s an occasion when all the members of the club
donate their money and time to put on a lovely holiday dinner,
free of cost to seniors and other residents of the town.
former President of the Rod and Gun Club, thought of the idea
back in 2001. He had just recently lost his mother and
thought it would be nice to have a place to go for Thanksgiving
where he could spend the day with other people. He
said the main reason though, was to “give something back to the
community so they wouldn’t think we were a bunch of gun totin’
people.” He put the idea on the floor to the 40
members and they all approved it unanimously, with each member
also volunteering to donate their time.
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Selectmen Retain Single Tax Rate
Approve Downtown liquor store license transfer
November 15, 2011 — The first of two of the largest pieces of
business at this evening's Selectmen's meeting was the Tax
Classification Hearing held to determine whether to have a
single tax rate for both residential and business properties, or
to split it and charge businesses a higher rate.
Members of the Board of Assessors
were in attendance, as was Principal Assessor Robert Bushway,
who narrated a slide presentation of the current state of
affairs, as well as a recent history of property values and tax
which can be
Selectman Brian Herr noted that
shifting the burden to business properties would only amount to
around an $80 yearly savings
to the average homeowner.
"It would not make sense," he
Selectman John Mosher said,
"What would be burdensome to the commercial class would not
provide significant relief for the residential class." The
town's tax base is largely residential, which puts the tax
burden on homeowners regardless.
A representative of EMC, which
owns the town's most highly valued property at nearly $140
million, asked that the town keep the status quo.
Mr. Herr made the motion to
retain the single tax rate, which passed unanimously.
In keeping with businesses renovating
the Downtown, William Tetlow (photo), through his company WT
Pond Corporation, doing business as Old Town Liquors, applied
for a liquor license transfer from the former Star Package
Store. He also requested approval of a manager for the new
package store, Pamela French, with whom he has worked for 30
Milford-based Attorney Joseph
Antonellis, representing Mr. Tetlow, said that there is a signed
purchase and sale agreement for the property as well as the
liquor license. He noted Mr. Tetlow's previous experience in the
liquor business in running the North Pond House, at the location
that is currently the Marathon Restaurant at North Pond. Mr.
Tetlow owns the buildings and land where that restaurant and the
Dunkin' Donuts lease.
The real estate was said to
cost $395,000*, but the license was an additional $170,000 due
the need to resolve issues with the Department of Revenue.
The Selectmen approved the
transfer of the license to Mr. Tetlow's company and the
instatement of Mrs. French as manager.
Another liquor license came up
for renewal, the license for the former Ciao Time at 28 Main
Street. It was essentially cancelled, because the company has
not been doing business from that location and has no other
location to transfer to.
Town Manager Norman Khumalo
noted that the town has fifteen All-Alcohol licenses assigned to
it for distribution, but only seven are being used. He gave
Carbone's, Cornell's and the Dynasty as examples of businesses
that had them. He said there are eight more licenses available
He added that there are
two available Wine and Malt licenses, five available Wine and
Malt Package Store licenses, but the three available All Alcohol
Package Store licenses are now taken. *Price corrected from
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Churches Collect 96 Boxes for Operation
MASS. (November 15, 2011) – Members of Hopkinton’s St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church and Grace United Methodist Church recently put
together 96 boxes filled with gifts for Operation Christmas
Child. Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s
Purse, will distribute these boxes – filled with toys, school
supplies, and hygiene items -- to children in need throughout
(November 14 -21) is National Collection week for Operation
Christmas Child, and anyone who would like to participate can
(800) 353-5949 or visit
Operation Christmas Child plans to collect and deliver eight
million boxes to children in more than 100 countries this
“I am so deeply
moved by the continued interest and participation of the
congregations of St. Paul’s and Grace Methodist,” said Sue
Ramsley, one of the coordinators of the Operation Christmas
Child project and senior warden at St. Paul’s. “One grandmother
at Grace Methodist put together 11 boxes working individually
with each grandchild! She even created a scrapbook of the
Members of St.
Paul’s and Grace United who have signed up on-line will be
alerted via email as to the country where their boxes are
scheduled to ship. “We pray that each child who receives a shoe
box will feel very special and will have the opportunity to
learn more about God’s love,” Ramsley added.
Here Comes the Holiday Fun!
The festive spirit is in the air for Hopkinton children in
grades K-to-5 and their parents!
The Hopkinton Lions Club and High School Leos Club are
sponsoring a Holiday Giving party at the Hopkins
school on Sunday, December 3rd from 1 to 3 pm. No
Why not get into the spirit by . . .
~ Bringing a pair of mittens or gloves to decorate the Mitten
~ Decorate cookies and holiday cards!
~ Make Christmas Craft gifts for your family!
~ Enjoy caroling with Kathi.
~ Write your letter to Santa! ~ Do some face painting!
Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Admission is one unwrapped gift of greater than $10.
value to be donated to the Hopkinton churches for their holiday
Turkey Drive in Progress
left, delivered a turkey for the Hopkinton schools' annual
turkey drive for the Salvation Army on Tuesday morning at
Hopkinton Middle School. With him are the Kramer children,
who are helping to coordinate the drive: Ethan, Julianna
and Kacey. Begun 12 years ago by Hopkinton student Dan
Merzel, this annual tradition has collected more than 1,000
turkeys for families in need. More turkeys are needed.
Bring turkeys Wednesday, Nov. 16, to the Elmwood School
cafeteria between 7:30 and 9 a.m. and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. (sign in
at the office first). On Thursday, Nov 17, turkeys will be
collected at the middle school (outside the Brown Gym) from 7 to
7:30 a.m. and at Elmwood from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Cash donations are
4th Annual Hopkinton
Community Spelling Bee Spelled S-U-C-C-E-S-S
4th Annual Hopkinton Community Spelling Bee was held on Friday,
November 4th at Hopkins School. The event,
co-sponsored by the Hopkinton Education Foundation and the HPTA,
was a huge success with $10,000 raised for the Hopkinton
Schools. This money will go directly to the schools in the form
of educational grants, curriculum enrichment, professional
support, and scholarships.
teams competed for a Bee trophy, bragging rights, and the
admiration of the entire community. Over 250 people were in
attendance to watch the teams battle for first place. The team,
“Friends of the HPTA” (Bruce MacDonald, Margie Wiggin, Didier
Sartor) won the Bee, spelling the most words correctly in the
geared toward students in the town’s elementary schools,
attracted 70 participants. All of the children who entered the
Mini-Bee received a Bee magnet commemorating their
participation. Any child who spelled all of the words correctly
was entered into a drawing to win a bee themed movie appropriate
to his or her grade level. Lucas Coffman (Kindergarten), Katie
Cooper (1st Grade), Matthew Coffman (2nd Grade), Isabelle
O'Rourke (3rd Grade), Abby Heyd (4th Grade), and Julia Fowler
(5th Grade) were the lucky winners.
We would like to
thank the many businesses and individuals who made the event a
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Dog Day Morning
Hopkinton Drug program donates $500 to Greyhound Friends
Above, Hopkinton Drug President Dennis Katz and Director of
Sales and Marketing Michael Macione present Louise Coleman,
Director of Greyhound Friends, a check for $500 this morning,
following a tour of the Saddle Hill Road facility.
November 15, 2011
— A $500 gift from Hopkinton Drug to Greyhound Friends this
morning is part of a program at the drug store that returns a
portion of the proceeds from veterinarian prescriptions back to
the animal community. The program,
Hopkinton Drug Fund
for Massachusetts Animal shelters, donates to animal
shelters and rescue organizations "that
provide a valuable service to animals in need," according to Mr.
Hopkinton Drug is a local Hopkinton
pharmacy offering traditional pharmacy services, durable medical
equipment, a wide selection of supplements, a lactation center,
homeopathics and herbals, and a
free lecture series on a wide range of topics by experts in
Pharmacist Dennis Katz specializes in
compounding for humans and animals that are distributed
nationwide, and will be establishing a new state-of-the-art
environment for their manufacture.
Greyhound Friends, according to Ms.
Coleman, grew from an inspiration, after rescuing her first
"This all started from my living room couch
in Cambridge," she said.
She began in Hopkinton in 1987, renting a
kennel from Betty Fitzpatrick, and then purchasing nearby
property in 2003, where the facility is currently located.
Massachusetts has since banned greyhound
racing, but there is still a need to help greyhounds that have
passed their racing peak from other states, like West Virginia.
The dogs go into an approved isolation area for two days
observation before being let into the common areas.
Then, the dogs are neutered and further
observed for behavioral traits so that they will be a match for
the right family (which is also observed).
Ms. Coleman said that the dogs, which date
back to the days of the Pharaohs, do not need an estate to run
on, but she would like to match them with those who can afford
to give them a good home. "It makes sense for someone to pay,"
she said. Ms. Coleman said that $250 is what people give to get
To learn more about
Friends, please visit their website.
NO DOGS ALLOWED ON HOPKINTON TOWN COMMON
Parks and Recreation Commission rescinds earlier vote
November 14, 2011 — The Hopkinton Parks and Recreation
Commission met this evening to discuss, among other things,
reconsidering the recent vote they took to remove the four signs
from the Hopkinton Common prohibiting dogs, and in essence,
allowing them. They had also voted to put up a sort of poop
station with a sign encouraging owners to pick up after their
dogs along with a dispenser with plastic "doggie bags."
Chairman Ken Driscoll led the discussion
this evening explaining how the original vote was taken to be
inclusionary, to bring more people to the Common. But after
receiving input from the community, he said, he would like
reconsider that vote.
Commission member Brian Eberlin suggested
seeking an area in Hopkinton for a dog park and making the
Common dog-free once again. Another member complained that the
prohibition and the $10 fine were not being enforced.
Dale Danahy stopped by the meeting to offer
"If it is not being enforced, then take it
up with the police," she said.
The Commission voted unanimously, on a
motion made by Mr. Eberlin, to rescind their earlier vote, and
make the Common a "No Dogs Allowed" zone once again by putting
the signs back and removing the doggie station.
Vice-Chair Karl Morningstar suggested
that a $100 fine would be a good deterrent, but the group
decided to return to the previous status quo and address the
fine amount at a later time.
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Harriet A. Carter,
Harriet A. Carter, 73,
died November 14, 2011 at the Metrowest Medical Center
in Framingham. Born in Natick, she was the daughter of
the late Clifford and Angelin (Meada) Hansen. She
was the wife of 46 years to the late Paul A. Carter who
died in September 2010.
was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Hopkinton
and a former Sunday School teacher. She was known as the
Koolaid mom for the neighborhood. Harriet was a very
kind person putting everyone before her. She was a great
wife to her husband and was devoted to her children,
grandchildren and great grandchildren.
survived by her daughters Cheryl Becker and her husband
James of Maryland, Paula Sweeney and her husband Michael
of CT., Elizabeth Carter and Michele Carter of , a
sister Dorthea Fergusen of PA. as well as 5
grandchildren, Lisa, Jason, Amy, Jeremy and Keleigh; and
2 great grandchildren D andre and Deante. She was also
predeceased by a daughter Lisa Carter who passed away in
1968 and a brother Clifford Hansen of Natick.
Life Committee Meeting
Anyone who is interested in becoming involved in this years
Relay for Life is welcome!
(You don't have to be a committee member!)
Wednesday November 16th
6:30 at the Hopkinton High School Library
Held by Co-Chairs Jennifer Lynds and Connor Zanini
of Life Event at Milford Regional Medical Center
Tree of Life, an annual
celebration for those who have survived cancer, who have battled
the disease or who just want to celebrate life, will be held on
Monday, December 5, 2011 at Milford Regional Medical Center.
This year’s celebration will begin at 5:30 p.m. with
entertainment and refreshments in the cafeteria, followed by the
tree lighting in front of the Medical Center.
Family members and friends can be
honored or remembered by donating $10.00 for a light on the
tree, $25.00(per person) for a luminary, $100.00 (per person)
for a silver angel or $200.00 (per person) for a gold angel.
Proceeds from this special program will benefit the Oliva
Patient Comfort Fund, which supports the comfort and care of
Milford Regional Medical Center’s cancer patients.
Gifts must be received by
November 25, 2011 to be included in the Tree of Life
program. To make a donation online, please go to Milford
Regional’s Web site at
. To request that a donation form be sent to you, call
508-422-2228. Donations may also be made by sending a check to
Milford Regional Medical Center, Foundation Office, Tree of
Life, 14 Prospect Street, Milford, MA 01757.
‘Tis the Season: Massachusetts
State Police Gear Up
for Another Toys for Tots Campaign
10, the national marked the 236th birthday of the
United States Marine Corps, and the Massachusetts State Police
thank the men and women of the USMC for their service in the
name of freedom. Likewise, the State Police are proud to again
support the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program to help local
families in need.
Members of the
Massachusetts State Police and United States Marine Corps
Reserve urge the public to support Toys for Tots through
donations of toys or money. The donations will assist charitable
organizations that provide children’s gifts and holiday meals
for Massachusetts families in need.
ever, in this, the season of giving, we need your help,” said
Colonel Marian J. McGovern, superintendent of the Massachusetts
State Police. “Your assistance can make holiday joy possible for
a child who otherwise would go without. Every girl and boy
deserves a gift this holiday season. Please help us make that
difference in their lives.”
This year is
the 64th anniversary of the Marine Corps’ leadership
of the Toys for Tots Program. In this state, the Massachusetts
State Police have partnered with the Marines on the program for
the last 27 years.
Donors are asked to give new,
unwrapped toys with non-violent themes, designed for either boys
or girls, ages newborn to 14. As in years past, toys can be
dropped off at any State Police Barracks through Friday, Dec.
16. A formal kickoff will be held Nov. 30. As well, the State
Police are planning their second annual “Fill the Cruiser”
event, at which troopers will be collecting donations for needy
children at five Toys ‘R’ Us locations in the state, for Dec. 3.
More information will be forthcoming on those events in coming
For more information or who wish to
make a monetary donation may visit the program’s website at
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Cheerleaders took first place at the South Sectional Regional
Championship with a nearly perfect routine. They now move on to
of the Hopkinton Seniors
Friday, Nov. 18
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 19
8 a.m. – noon
Don’t miss the annual Holiday Sale at the Senior Center.
You will find all kinds of new and gently used holiday decor
including Christmas jewelry,
snowmen, silk greens, trees, ornaments, wreaths, angels,
candles, nutcrackers, and much more.
There will also be a bake sale and Santa’s Workshop with new
Bring the kids to shop for gifts they can buy for under $1.
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2011 — The Wild Things, a group of 4th grade soccer players from
Hopkinton, participated in the Soccerween Tournament in
Lancaster, MA this weekend. The girls won 3 games in division
play and their semi-finals to earn a spot in the tournament
finals for U10 girls.
All of the teams dressed in
costume for Soccerween. The Hopkinton girls were Cookie
Monsters. The girls on the team were Alexis Hasbrouck, Meredith
Cesnek, Mia Wahlberg, Tess Bouvier, Makenzie Gorman, Molly
Andrews, Emelia Webster, Meghan Sullivan, Kate Lagasse, Emma
Naughton, Emily Murphy, Delaney Mick and Livi Gladu. They were
coached by Paul and Sue Pedevillano.
Transactions for Hopkinton, Massachusetts
for HopNews.com by Robert Falcione © 2011 All Rights
from November 7, 2011 to November 14, 2011
27 Old Farm Road
Richard Morse, Kathryn Traut
November 10, 2011
Lauren M Morse, Peter V Morse
6 Tammer Lane
Karen E Tardiff
November 10, 2011
Richard D Allison, Darla K Allison
55 Teresa Road
Allison M Brookes, Linda Sciuto
November 9, 2011
David P Fritsche, Beth T Fritsche
8 Elizabeth Road
Kerri A Torgerson, Jay R Torgerson
November 9, 2011
Allan A Brookes, Allison M Brookes
5 Cole Drive Unit 12, Bldg 5
November 9, 2011
William A DiPietri Trust, Lumber
Street I Realty Trust
57 Walcott Valley Drive #41
November 8, 2011
, Valery Frimer
2 Deer Run
Peter M Maurer, Amy E Maurer
November 7, 2011
Charles E Maurer
2 Deer Run
Peter M Maurer, Amy E Maurer
November 7, 2011
Charles E Maurer
4 Mayhew Street
Bridget A Hadley, Richard J Hadley
November 2, 2011
Steven Moschini, Lauren Moschini
13 Pike Street
Peter Joy, Kerry Joy
November 1, 2011
Noel Bahri, Namdar Bahri
71 Clinton Street
Michael L Hawes, Amy Hawes
October 31, 2011
Anton F Ehrhardt, Nancy L Erhardt
4 Teresa Road
Kristy L Fitzgibbons
October 31, 2011
Citibank TR BAC Home Loans Servicing
91 Hayward Street
Jonathan O Nilsen
October 28, 2011
Dorothy W Meeske
Alex T LLC
October 28, 2011
Christine I Cueroni
26 Pinecrest Village #26
October 27, 2011
Brian D Cunningham, Laurie M
2 Cider Mill Road/lane
Bryan G Reilly, Collen S Reilly
October 25, 2011
Joseph H Aronson, Anne W Pouch
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November 13, 2011 — This mallard couple practices synchronized
submersion at Little Pond at the southern end of Lake Whitehall
Susan A. (Friar)
Susan A. (Friar) Dyer, 47,
of Swansea passed away Sat. Nov. 12, 2011 in the Somerset Ridge
Nursing Care Center. She was the beloved wife of Ian S. Dyer and
devoted mother to Thomas E. and Eric A. Dyer.
Born in Fall
River, daughter of Atty. Thomas S. Friar and Claire P.
(Greenstein) Friar, retired Swansea School Teacher at the Brown
School. Susan was a lifelong resident of Swansea, a 1982
graduate of Case High School, and a 1986 graduate of Framingham
Susan was the
manager of the South Coast Health Federal Credit Union at
Charlton Memorial Hospital. She was an avid Red Sox fan and
Surviving are her
husband, parents and two sons, all of Swansea. She is also
survived by two sisters Deborah A. Phelan and her husband
Thomas R. Phelan of Hopkinton, MA, Linda J. O’Connell and the
late Kevin R. O’Connell of Lynn, MA, daughter-in-law to Hugh D.
and Anne Dyer of Middleboro, MA, sister-in-law to Kevin H. and
Loretta Dyer of Webster, MA and Catherine J. and David Luke of
Berkley, MA. Susan was the loving Aunt of Daniel T. and
Catherine J. Phelan, Christa and Elizabeth Dyer, and Sarah and
friends are invited to attend her visitation on Tues. Nov. 15,
2011 from 5-8PM in the WARING-SULLIVAN HOME OF MEMORIAL TRIBUTE
AT BIRCHCREST 189 Gardner’s Neck Road Swansea. A private burial
will be conducted at a future time. In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions can be made to the: National Brain Tumor Society,
Boston Brain Tumor Walk, Attn: Team Susan, 124 Watertown Street,
Suite 2D, Watertown, MA 02472.
tributes and directions visit
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November 13, 2011 — It appears this Sixties-era Buick
convertible coupe and the adjacent farm machinery in Woodville
are slowly becoming part of the earth again.
November 13, 2011
— Pack 4, Den 3 Webelos 1 were given a tour of Town Hall last
week as part of their earning a Citizenship Badge. Above, they
take the Selectmen's chairs for a test drive with former
Selectman Eric Sonnett.
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