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Medway Co-op Swim Emerges with Strong Swimmers this Year

The Medway Co-op swim team was only able to pick up one victory last winter, but since the team’s numbers nearly doubled this season (going from 26-40) the squad is currently sitting atop the Tri-Valley League with an undefeated 6-0 record.
“We’re a little better this year because of the quality of swimmers that have joined our team. We really didn’t anticipate the number of kids that came out,” Assistant Coach Ryan Camire (from Medway) said. “Once we began to put our lineup together, I knew that we had a chance to seriously compete in the c league.”

Millis Uses Co-op Plan To Create Winter Sports Opportunities

Millis High continues to be pro-active in forming sports teams by using the co-op plan.
Five years ago, the Mohawks became pioneers of the process by joining forces with Hopedale to save its struggling football program, which barely had enough candidates to continue the sport. Diminished numbers became a thing of the past as Millis quickly attracted students from Hopedale.

Hurry and Enter Medway Pride Day 2015 Logo Contest!

Medway Pride Day will be held May 16th, so now is the time to get in touch with your inner artist and design the official logo for Medway Pride Day 2015. This contest is open to all residents of Medway – children and adults alike. The winner will receive a button featuring the winning design.
Here’s what you need to know:
The design MUST be a logo rather than a drawing. A logo is a symbol or an emblem.
The logo MUST contain “Medway Pride Day” and “2015”

Hurry and Enter Medway Pride Day 2015 Logo Contest!

Medway Pride Day will be held May 16th, so now is the time to get in touch with your inner artist and design the official logo for Medway Pride Day 2015. This contest is open to all residents of Medway – children and adults alike. The winner will receive a button featuring the winning design.
Here’s what you need to know:
The design MUST be a logo rather than a drawing. A logo is a symbol or an emblem.
The logo MUST contain “Medway Pride Day” and “2015”

Millis Rolls Out the Red Carpet for Second Year

By J.D. O’Gara

Last year, the volunteer members of the Millis Cultural Council were brainstorming for an artistic, cultural event that could draw people from all different areas of the community together, something that was not just school, or senior citizen or music-related, something that drew people from all different ages and backgrounds. The result? The Millis Film Festival.

Layne Cassidy - Back on Court with Millis Girls’ Basketball

Last fall during a soccer game against Norton, Millis’ Layne Cassidy had her feet cut out from underneath her, resulting in serious injury. The then junior knew that her playing days on the soccer field were numbered, but never expected the injury to linger too far into the basketball season. The year prior the Mohawks had advanced into the Division 4 South Girls Basketball Championship game only to lose to Greater New Bedford, and Cassidy and her teammates were looking to return to the championship game with different results.

Millis to Hold Special Election February 23

Ballot Vote on Clyde Brown Feasibility Study Could Lead to Special Town Meeting March 9

On January 6, the Millis Board of Selectmen voted to hold both a special election on February 23, 2015 in order for the town of Millis to vote on a $1 million feasibility study for renovations and repairs to the Clyde F. Brown Elementary School, 51% of which would be reimbursed by the Massachusetts School Building Authority. A Special Town Meeting on March 9, 2015 on the feasibility study, one outlined in a 2013 grant proposal submitted to the MBSA, will also take place.