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In mid-February, the two towns of Medway and Millis submitted a grant application to the Department of Energy Resources’ Energy Manager Grant Program.
“The joint application for funding would help toward the cost of hiring an energy manager position for the two towns,” says Susy Affleck-Childs, Medway’s Planning and Economic Development Coordinator. The idea, she says, is for the full-time position to be shared, with 20 hours devoted to each town.

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Night in Oz He & She Dance

Join us for a magical evening with DJ, door prizes & refreshments.
Open to all girls ages 3 & Up & their Dad, Uncle, Granddad or special adult male friend

Friday, March 14, 2014, 7—9 p.m., Clyde Brown Elementary School, 5 Park Road
Millis, MA, $20 per couple (1 girl & Dad), $5 additional girl

Attire: dresses for girls, jacket & tie for male guests
5x7 Photo’s available for $10
Reservations or Questions email michelleschofield@comcast.net

Medway-Ashland Girls Hockey Heads to Tourney for Fifth Time

In only its fifth year of existence as a co-op girls hockey team, Medway-Ashland has qualified for its fifth trip to the South Eastern Massachusetts Girls Hockey League Tournament. Playing in the Western Division Medway-Ashland, which is comprised of athletes from Medway, Ashland, Holliston and Millis, is looking to improve upon their previous four visits into the tournament. During their inaugural year the girl’s hockey team advanced into the second round of the tournament, but fell in the first round the last three years.

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