Animal Donation Society or A.D.S. is a group of eleven and twelve year old girls from Millis Middle School that help animals. We are in the process of raising money to adopt a giant panda to keep them from becoming extinct due to excessive and unregulated hunting in China. Please help us support animals by coming to our lemonade stand that will be on the corner of Central street and Bullard lane by Bullard farm on the Millis/Holliston line. It will be on August 2nd from 11:00am to 1:00pm.
George Trumbour, III gets up early, before sunrise and before the mist has cleared. By eight or nine o’clock in the morning, he’s already been out to “play,” as he puts it. The nature photographer arises when woodland critters are most active and people aren’t, quietly skirting habitat by foot and canoe, hidden in camouflage clothing to blend into the natural surroundings of easily accessible marsh and lands he’s gotten permission to peruse. The result pays off.
If you’ve been to Choate Park this summer, you might’ve seen a food truck parked near the playground. That’s no out-of-towner. The One Cup of Coffee food coach is operated by the young DeCruz family – Medway residents William and Michelle, proud parents to young Gabriel as well as brand new baby Giovanna. The couple has been operating their food truck for almost three years, focusing on a number of venues in Milford, but when they moved to Medway, Choate Park was where they wanted to be.
How do you get the general public excited about science, and history?
These days, you give them a prime time reality TV show.
Dr. Meg Watters-Wilkes, Millis resident and archeologist, was part of a team that brings the modern day tools of archeology to the forefront. The second season of their PBS series, “Time Team America,” four episodes filmed in 2012, will air back-to-back from 9-11 p.m. on the last two Tuesdays in August. Watters-Wilkes’ team takes viewers to four different U.S. sites, uncovering details which piece together stories of people in past civilizations.
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.
Living Buddha Nature, a center for holistic healing and the arts, is opening on Saturday, June 21st. Its owner, Ed Williamson, has been a tai chi, qi gong, and meditation instructor for over 15 years.
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.”
In 1968, a group of students at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey created a sport that resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements. Combining the non-stop movement and the athletic endurance of soccer, mixed with the aerial passing skills of football, the game of ultimate Frisbee was born.
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:
Kelly Miller Circus Performs June 30, Two Shows
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