Medway High School football players broke new ground for their season opener against Stoneham on Friday, September 19, playing on the newly installed synthetic turf, under lights at the Medway High School’s Joseph P. Hanlon Field. The finished field, one part of a three-part Athletic Field project the town approved in May, was rededicated at the game’s half-time, with Medway officials, school administrators and honored guest Joseph P. Hanlon and his family in attendance.
The snow has barely melted, but believe it or not, it’s time to think about planning summer. If you have children, you’ll be looking for fun, enriching and reasonably priced activities for them to do. Your town has a recreation department, and most run camps, so check out the town website for more information. If you’re looking for something a little different, check out the following options:
Lil Folk Farm, run by Nancy and David Dubin for the past 12 years, offers camp for children starting at age 4 up to age 16. Their certified summer camp runs from June 17-August 18.