2Wednesday, July 8, 2009
TIDESHigh High Low Low
Thurs. July 9 1:05 am 1:41 pm 7:53 am 7:59 pmFri. July 10 1:44 am 2:18 pm 8:30 am 8:40 pmSat. July 11 2:23 am 2:55 pm 9:08 am 9:22 pmSun. July 12 3:04 am 3:34 pm 9:47 am 10:06 pmMon. July 13 3:46 am 4:14 pm 10:27 am 10:52 pmTues. July 14 4:32 am 4:58 pm 11:10 am 11:41 pmWed. July 15 5:21 am 5:45 pm 11:57 am ---Thurs. July 16 6:14 am 6:36 pm 12:35 am 12:49 pmFri. July 17 7:12 am 7:31 pm 1:32 am 1:44 pm
SUNRISE AND SUNSETSunrise Sunset
Thurs. July 9 5:15 am 8:19 pmFri. July 10 5:16 am 8:19 pmSat. July 11 5:17 am 8:18 pmSun. July 12 5:17 am 8:18 pmMon. July 13 5:18 am 8:17 pmTues. July 14 5:19 am 8:17 pmWed. July 15 5:20 am 8:16 pmThurs. July 16 5:21 am 8:15 pmFri. July 17 5:22 am 8:15pm
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS1 Carriage Ln. #1 $549,000
Giacchetto Duxbury LLC and ThomasGiacchetto to Mary Antonio
27 Highland Trl. $364,000
Leo P. Harrington and Myong J AHarrington to Highland Trail NT and Peter Chase
36 Ocean Rd. N. $382,500
Michael Burns and Janice Burns toCrist LT and Timothy D. Crist
70 Parks St. #3 $347,500
Mary E. Antonino to Patricia A.Benjamin
538 Washington St. $775,000
Patricia B. French and Bruce D.French to Eric C. Granat and Kimberly B. Granat
10 Orchard Ln. $700,000
Jonathan Clarke and Leslie A. Clarke toMatthew B. Ali and Denise B. Ali
340 Saint George St. $950,000
Jeanne Clark and M. Patricia Boyleto Donna F. Sgarzi
77 Stockade Path $485,000
Michael F. Kahl and Renee M. Kahlto Paul E. Leary
TOP 10 BESTSELLING BOOKS
1. The Beach House, by Jane Green 2. Olive Kitteridge, by ElizabethStrout 3. Eat This, Not That!, by David Zinczenko 4. The Art ofRacing in the Rain, by Garth Stein 5. Down Around Midnight, byRobert Sabbag 6. The 39 Clues #3: The Sword Thief, by PeterLerangis 7. A Summer Affair, by Elin Hiderbrand 8. The GuernseyLiterary and Potato-Peel Pie Society, by Mary Ann Shaffer 9.Duxbury… Past & Present, by Patrick Browne and Norman Forgit10. The Angel’s Game, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
– Westwinds BookshopWEATHER REFLECTIONS
This past June was certainly an anomaly with respect to tempera-tures, days of sunshine and days of rainfall in both Duxbury and thesurrounding region. I recorded 21 of 30 June days with measurablerainfall. My average June high was nearly 5 degrees cooler thanmy previous low record set back in 1985. Blue Hill’s Observatoryrecorded their second lowest average June high, beat only by Juneof 1903. Below normal temperatures are forecasted through thethird week of July.
— Wayne Heward
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• O th fot pag of last
week’s Clipper, in the photofrom the Children WithoutBorders fundraiser, ElisabethComer was incorrectly identi-
d at Phyllis Ca. Ms. Com
is the sister of CWB founderDr. George Whitelaw.
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Falcone and Eoin Robinson,as well as sixth-grader SarahHolbrook, were listed as honorstudents by the school depart-ment when in fact they madehigh honors in the third quarterof the DMS honor roll postedlast week. Missing from thelist were Robert Kosharek,eighth grade high honors andStephanie Sotir, eighth gradehonors.
• I last wk’s photo
spread of Elements Montes-sori, the headline incorrectlydescribed the event as a visitfrom the Duxbury Fire Depart-ment. The visit was actuallyfrom Michael Watts, owner of
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-sions” who travels to schools
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