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Navy Band Northeast a Highlight of July 19 Celebrate Medway Day

Come one, come all to Celebrate Medway Day, a rain or shine event to take place on Saturday, July 19, at Choate Park in Medway. The event, planned by last year’s Medway 300 Committee of about 8 people and chaired by Carol Bernstein, will include activities and entertainment from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m., culminating in concerts and fireworks.

3MN Relay for Life at Medway Middle School June 13-14

Rebecca Black wouldn’t have found out about her breast cancer had it not been for a dear friend, Janet Leontie.
When Janet called, back in 2007, to tell her she’d just been diagnosed with breast cancer, says Black, “it reminded me, hey, I was supposed to go get my mammogram back in September. So I got my mammogram and they found something and said we want to do a biopsy. I had invasive lobular cancer.”

Medway to Unroll New Recycling Program June 30

Starting on June 23, Medway households will be receiving 96-gallon carts for recycling from Waste Management and the Town of Medway. The new cart project was funded in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). The new blue carts are for recycling only, which will begin on June 30, 2014, alongside curbside solid waste in the Town’s PAYT yellow Medway trash bags every other week.
The following items may be placed in the recycling carts:

Dr. Douglas “Leads the Way” as Speaker at MBC Annual Dinner Meeting May 20

The Medway Business Council is honored to have Medway High School Principal, Dr. Douglas Dias as featured speaker to cap off the MBC’s 35th year. Dr. Dias will enlighten attendees about Project Lead the Way (PLTW), which is an engineering program designed for high school students. He will also join the MBC in honoring this year’s scholarship winners. Each year, the MBC gives the Peter J. Kenney Memorial Award and the Medway Business Council Memorial Award to students that live in Medway.

Medway Girls Lacrosse Has Grown into Its Own

Five years ago, in order to field a complete girl’s lacrosse team, Medway Athletic Director Rob Pearl was given the luxury of using eighth graders on the Mustangs varsity squad. While Medway has now had enough numbers to field three levels of girls' lacrosse teams over the past two seasons, this will be the final year in which those original eighth graders will be eligible to take the field.