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O’Neil Farm hosts the public for music, demonstrations and fun
By JUSTIN GRAEBER A five-minute hayride transported visitors to the O’Neil Farm into a world that seemed hundreds of years removed from present-day Duxbury. The O’Neil Farm is a 145-acre working dairy farm off Autumn Ave. It has been in Carl O’Neil’s family for generations. “I’ve always had a desire to preserve the place,” said O’Neil, a former Duxbury fire chief. When he didn’t have anyone to pass the farm onto in his own family, he started looking to the town to help in the preservation efforts. The farm is now in the hands of the Wildlife Trust. “Its responsibilities are to keep it a working farm,” O’Neil said. Although the farm is only officially open to the public one day a year, the farm isn’t exactly off-limits to Duxbury residents. Trails are open to the public year-round. One trail is open currently, and the farm is working on several more. Local agriculturally-inclined students work at the farm and there is an active 4-H club based there. “We’re here almost every day during the summer,” said Alexa Nielsen, a 4-H club member. “We come whenever we can.” Nielsen said she has always been interested in farm life.
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A MOO-VING EXPERIENCE: Henry Ingersoll pets a three-week old Red Holstein calf at O’Neil Farm Day Saturday. The working dairy farm is preserved with public funds and opens its doors once a year to invite the public in. Photo by Justin Graeber
Oyster Festival Raises Cash For Local Charities
By JUSTIN GRAEBER For the third annual Island Creek Oyster Festival, organizers decided to move the shindig from the Winsor House on Washington Street to a tent in Blakeman’s parking lot. The move paid off, as over 1,200 people came out to enjoy the sunshine, good times –– and above all, delicious local oysters. “We realized that a lot of people wanted to get involved,” said Island Creek Director of Business Development Shore Gregory. “By allowing more people to get involved, we
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Town Picks First Personnel Admin
By SUSANNA SHEEHAN Jeannie Horne of Sanger Road has been hired as Duxbury’s new personnel administrator. The announcement was made by Town Manager Richard MacDonald. Horne will oversee human resources for over 1,000 town employees. She comes to municipal government after working for Fidelity Investments for 14 years, most recently as a senior benefits specialist. “There has been a pressing, long-term need for a human resources manager to come into this town” and help employees and officials under-
Craig Feeney and Lauren Kugel display the real stars of the evening –– Island Creek Oysters. Festival organizers said the event’s patrons went through 20,000 oysters, valued at about $100,000.
MacDonald. “We’re delighted a citizen of Duxbury stepped forward” to apply for the position, he added. Horne, a resident of Duxbury since age 5, graduated
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The last day to register to vote for the Presidential election on Nov. 4 is Wednesday, Oct. 15. The Town Clerk’s office will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. that day. After 4 p.m., please enter through the rear door of Town Hall. If you are not certain whether you are a registered voter, call the Town Clerk’s office at 781-9341100. Ballots for the Presidential Election should arrive at the Town Clerk’s office two to three weeks before the election. Voters may fill out an application for an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office and vote in person. Voters may also request an absentee ballot by writing to the Town Clerk at 878 Tremont Street, Duxbury MA, 02332. Remember to provide your mailing address and allow enough time for the ballot to be mailed out and returned to the Town Clerk by the close of polls on Tuesday, Nov. 7. By law, all in-office absentee voting ends at noon on Monday, Nov. 3.
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Paul Fortini, a 2007 graduate of Duxbury High School and New York University student, was killed Friday night when he was struck by a car in Brooklyn, NY while out for the evening with friends. Fortini, 19, was struck by two cars near Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, according to a spokeswoman for the New York Police Department. No charges are pending, police said. Kathy and Ken Fortini, who were vacationing in Florida flew to New York as soon as they heard the news. They were met at the airport by NYU Security and brought back to NYU. During their stay, they sat with their son’s friends in an NYU dorm room, remembering a son and a friend who was always smiling. “Paul touched a lot of people,” said his father, Ken. While at DHS Paul participated and excelled in drama, wind ensemble, jazz band and men’s a capella. He was also a member of the National Honor Society. His interests were diverse and he had a genuine thirst for learning, according to his parents. In Duxbury, one of Fortini’s former teachers, music teacher Jill Noerenberg, shared the news with her wind
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DHS Grad Killed in NYC
Paul Fortini, a 2007 DHS graduate and New York University student, was killed in Brooklyn, NY.
ensemble group, many of whom knew Fortini and were in shock at the death of their friend. “He was a kid who was always smiling,” Noerenberg said. “He was a great kid.” Fortini was an accomplished trumpet player and traveled with Duxbury High School to play at Carnegie Hall, Noerenberg said. She got to know him through Friday lessons at the high school, when after the lessons were over he would stay and talk
with the teachers and other students. He also taught younger students. “He never gave up on anything,” Noerenberg said. “He’d never let anything get in the way of what he wanted.” The comments on the Washington Square News Web site paint a picture of a good friend who will be sorely missed by those that knew him, “Paul, I can’t believe this happened to you,” writes one poster. “I’ve been going over it in my head trying to accept that I will never speak to you again, but I just can’t. I’ve cried so many times since I heard. Something like this should never have happened to someone like you. You were the most caring and intelligent person I ever knew. I am so happy we got to know each other.” “Paul was the kind of person you very rarely meet,” said another. “He was a sensitive, genuine, outgoing, enthusiastic, incredibly friendly guy who would do anything for anybody even if he didn’t know them.” A wake will be held Thursday from 3-8 p.m. at the Shepherd Funeral Home in Kingston. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Friday at Holy Family. Burial will follow at the Mayflower Cemetery.
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from Duxbury High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Keene State College. Horne has obtained a human resources certificate from New York University and a work life certificate from Boston College. “I am looking forward to the challenge,” said Horne,
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At the September meeting for the Community Garden Club of Duxbury, Robin Murphy presented “Quilts in Bloom.” Contemporary, traditional patchwork, and Victorian Crazy Quilting were interpreted in flowers by this gold-medal floral exhibitor. Robin Murphy is an accredited flower show judge, award winning floral designer, and the past director of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Southeastern district. The presentation was as educational, as it was entertaining. She spoke about the history of each style of quilt (that she made herself) and then created floral arrangements to reflect those styles. Next up: Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Art Complex Museum, club members will enjoy Peter Alden, a popular lecturer and author. Mr. Alden will present his spectacular photgraphs and insightful, humor-
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who started work Sept. 22. Her responsibilities include overseeing all the human resource functions for the 433 full-time employees, 399 parttime employees and 187 seasonal workers employed by the town of Duxbury. She will be involved in the hiring process, personnel file management, and creating and maintaining an employee handbook. Horne
will also manage all employee benefits including health and life insurance and tuition reimbursement. Additionally, she must ensure the town is compliant with all state and federal employee guidelines. Assisting MacDonald in his choice of Horne were Wayne Heward and Robert Molla of the personnel board.
Robin Murphy works on one of her original creations at the Community Garden Club meeting.
ous, commentary on “Invasive Alien Plant Crisis in Massachusetts.” This evening is open to the public for a $5 fee. The Community Garden Club of Duxbury is a proud member
of The National Garden Clubs Incorporated and The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts Incorporated.
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Bonnie Anderson and Donna Gross Javel who are fast becoming known both for their creative and varied programming as well as their ability to make four hands look and sound like two will be performing at a 4 p.m. concert at The Art Complex Museum on Sunday, Oct. 5. They have been performing together as The Four-Hand Piano Duo for audiences throughout the New England area. In addition to the standard works of the Many of the fall classes scheduled at The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury have been planned to complement the museum’s new exhibit, “Artists and Books.” Artists’ Books Brown Bag Lunches will take place on Wednesdays, Oct. 15, 29 and Nov. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. On Oct. 15, the first speaker, Cheryl O’Neill, Art Librarian for the museum, will provide an introduction to artists’ books and the historical and aesthetic perspectives of this uniquely twentieth century art form. On Nov. 12, Dorothy Krauss and Mary Taylor, artists in the museum’s exhibit, will speak about their work. Admission is free. A Book of the Spirit Workshop is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 26, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Susan Gaylord, who has spent over twenty years teaching bookmaking, has planned
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classical repertoire, their programs often include music from the Living Composers: Anything Piano Project. LCAPP’s mission is to encourage the creation of repertoire for the piano in various combinations, to promote living composers through public performances and recordings of their works, and to increase audience enthusiasm and appreciation for new music through creative and varied programming.
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This book presents a spiritual manifesto for a better way of life and a better world. New insights and personal discoveries await as we explore this spiritual work. We are offering both a day time and an evening time for this five-meeting workshop. Wednesdays from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., with meetings on Oct. 8, Oct. 15, Oct. 22, Nov. 5 and Nov. 12 — or Thursday evenings from 7:30-9 p.m. with meetings on Oct. 9, Oct. 23, Oct. 30, Nov. 6 and Nov. 13. Call Marty Kearns at 781-934-6532 ext 2. Copies of the book are available through the Duxbury Free Library under “First Parish Book Group.” All meetings will be held at First Parish Church.
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(Kitchen closes at 12:30 p. and strawberry shortcake Mon. 26. Foot Care Clinic…Certified Nurse Jean Reardon will be at Duxbury Clipper 5 Senior Center News Macdonald & Wood Early Holiday Savings! and receive 15% off your custom holiday card order. Outreach Coordinator at ext..000sf / ten room home with I/G pool. Oct.).. 781.. 2008 Beginning in October (next week!): The Duxbury Senior Center will have new hours. 105. and pineapple shortcake Tues. Thursday. only at the Senior Center. 24 and 31.Wednesday. Duxbury. and Fridays. Thursdays. Sept.N.com Liz Bone Marcia Solberg Donna Wood Kristin Coppola 781-934-6550 Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. Monday through Thursday at 11:30 a. Call 781-934-5774.-4 p.-4 p. please call to cancel. There will no Bingo on Monday. DUXBURY. New Caregiver Support Group at the Senior Center.. Duxbury The Place in Duxbury for Invitations. as food is ordered according to number of reservations made. vegetable. and dessert Fri.105 for more information or to register for the group.m. $5 for all others). NEW PRICE! Water views! Recently renovated four bedroom Colonial in the village with unique nautical ﬂair.000 DUXBURY. Early Stage Alzheimer’s Care Partner Group… for both care partners and persons with Early Stage Alzheimer’s Disease or Mild Cognitive Impairment meets at the Duxbury Senior Center on the second and fourth Wednesday of the each month.m. However. 29…due to the Alden Kindred Golf Outing. Oct. salad. There will no lunch on Thursday..399.000 Stop in during the month of September DUXBURY. 25. Announcements & Stationery Calligraphy Addressing & Monogramming too! DUXBURY. Fri.macdonaldwoodsir.m. the Duxbury Senior Center will offer a “General Caregiver Support Group” beginning Tuesday. MA.m. potato. Sept.500sf custom Col on acre lot. Lunch At The Café Ellison… at the Duxbury Senior Center! Enjoy Chef Peter Dewey’s delectable cuisine. Contact Donna Ciappina. Lunches open to everyone. Reservations required 24 hours in advance. Sept. .m. In collaboration with the Norwell Visiting Nurse Association. Finished 25’ lower level.m. Chloe B & more Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10 am to 5pm Nine Standish Street. 29 – Vegetable lasagna. due to a Veterans’ event which will be taking place at the Senior Center. S. Checkerboard.m. potato salad. if you find that you cannot make it.N. on Fridays. Outreach Coordinator at ext.m..m.H. Hattendorf hauls her camera along to capture every moment. please contact Donna Ciappina. salad. Programs for Caregivers at the Duxbury Senior Center. Ocean views from 3. 104 to schedule an appointment. NEW PRICE! Updated ﬁve bedroom home on lovely acre lot. State of the art kitchen open to a ﬁreplaced family room and spacious screened in porch. Oct. Build your dream house on lovely acre lot in rural setting. pool.900 $1. 26 – Soup.) Filmmaker Linda Hattendorf becomes an integral part of the action in this heartfelt documentary about her efforts to help aging JapaneseAmerican artist Jimmy Mirikitani get off the streets of New York City and make peace with his complicated past.I. Senior Center now closes at 11:30 a. seafood salad plate. As she and Jimmy sift for long-lost relatives and even revisit the internment camp where he was forced to spend several years during World War II.195. 3. 17. Call Julie at ext. and fruit Wed. 8 a. 27'' decorator kitchen with french doors to deck. September 24. 21.E. DUXBURY.-8:30 p.m.m. 8-11:30 a.-4 p. 2 – no lunch… due to a Veterans’ event at the Senior Center. as follows: Mondays. MA. Feature on September 25 will be “The Cats of Mirikitani” (documentary. Sept.m.H. Tuesdays. 30 – Shepherd’s pie. Sept. For more information.m. NEW PRICE! Stunning 4. A counselor will be available at the Senior Center on Sept. $1. 2. garlic bread. An assessment interview is required. Duxbury Seniors: Eight-gallon trash bags are being sold at $5 for 10 bags.m. 8 a. ($4 for Duxbury seniors 60 years and up. 25 – (lunch and TV talk) Meatloaf.I.. Stacy Claire Boyd.199.. Menus (subject to change): Thurs. $875..m. including Sweet Pea Designs.. 1 – Barbecue special-Grilled chicken. from 6:30 p.. Master deck overlooks harbor. Counselors.. These are smaller bags ordered at the request of our senior citizens.2000 www.000 $279. Oct. 459 Washington Street.000 $1. 8 a.. 8 a. to 8 p. Oct. HD/TV Transition… Luncheon Presentation (approximately noon). (Serving Health Information Needs of Elders)… Your questions about Medicare (including Part D) and Medicaid insurances will be answered by meeting with our S.. Guest speaker from Senator Hedlund’s office will present information about the HD/TV transition pending for 2009. Sept.934.E. Oct. 3 – no lunch. we do now have Bingo on Wednesdays…so come and play on Wednesday! Free Movies…Thursdays at 1 p. and ice cream Thurs.. Wednesdays.
John’s missionary team members Alex Marcotte and Lindsay Jordan. John’s Episcopal Church mission team brought “peace poles” to the vigil. September 24. And it is doing our own spiritual work for inner peace. 2008 Rev. who was recently killed while working a traffic detail at the Marshfield Fair.5PM Monday/Thursday Friday 12 -4 PM Closed Tuesdays/Wednesday On site at 60 New Driftway. LiveAtRiverWay. communities. Catherine Cullen of the First Parish Church opened the vigil as other members of Duxbury’s religious community look on. “By creating the International Day of Peace. 40 INDEPENDENCE ROAD • KINGSTON (Rte 53 near Duxbury/Kingston Line) 781-422-0131 Shore Pools and services inc.70 900 Webster Street Marshfield • 781-834-7951 Caring for Animals on the South Shore Since 1985 that ends in goodness. the UN devoted itself to worldwide peace and encouraged all of humankind to work in cooperation for this goal. which were signed by participants and people in the crowd.” . Any suggestions? ANSWER: A high level of calcium in the pool water will cause a scale build-up in the heater coils reducing heat transfer-particularly in gunite pools. “Peacemaking is more than foreign policy work. Prices from $675. who is the pastor at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church.” Students from the St. blowing of the Shofar horn. a Tibetan chant and the Jewish tradition of the By JUSTIN GRAEBER 781-545-3000 MODEL UNIT NOW OPEN Saturday/Sunday 11AM .” said Cullen. but it was a reminder to those gathered at the Duxbury Interfaith Council’s Peace Vigil of the monumental nature of their stated task. $22. representing Duxbury’s Muslim families. Scituate Upscale waterfront living on the banks of the Herring River in historic Scituate. It is parenting in a peaceful home. “We dedicate this [vigil] to those who lead in peace and the hope of peace. there is world peace. talked about how proud she was of the town’s ability to host an interfaith gathering such as the vigil. generating more peace in our workplaces. POOL Craig Cahill signs the Peace Pole. An Alternative Solution to Boarding Your Pet In-home Daily Care Playtime Dog Walking Associates & Bachelors of Science in Animal Science Sale Price $16. Located within walking distance to the new Greenbush Commuter Rail Station.” The vigil was dedicated to Duxbury Police Officer Mel Dyer. of course. The vigil was held as part of the United Nations’ International Day of Peace.” The remark drew a chuckle from the crowd. held by St. “I believe in everything THIS WEEK’S HINT: OODRICH GUMBER L Jan Butterworth (781) 582-9766 DUXBURY HARDWARE CORP. “I’m so proud of this community. It doesn't heat up as fast. at the Duxbury Interfaith Council’s Peace Vigil on Saturday. Catherine Cullen’s final words echoed across the Millenium Green Saturday afternoon: “We can guarantee we’ll be back next year –– unless. MA.25 The best way to blue. Have the water tested if you have scale. Interfaith Council Pleads for Peace Rev. a sequestering agent will remove it. “Peacemaking is using loving and nonviolent communication in our family life and in other relationships. Todd Vetter of the Pilgrim Church.com “Smile” HINTS QUESTION: We use our pool heater more this time of year. THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL "SCALE INHIBITOR" Reg.6 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. The vigil involved religious leaders from Duxbury’s varied religious community. ‘Peacemaking’ is about becoming the peace we wish to see in the world. a global day where individuals. Razia Jan. and scripture readings and other speeches were punctuated by song. “Officer Dyer served his community and his country with pride and integrity.” said Rev.” said Cullen.” she said. The vigil was part of the United Nations’ International Day of Peace. nations and government highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace.
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MA 02364 on the 2nd floor of the Kingsbury Club Candids. Commercial 781. is a costume designer whose work will be featured in Neal LaBute’s Broadway production of “reasons to be pretty”. Ian is the son of Ayaz and Lori Mahmud of Standish Street. He is a 2008 graduate of Milton Academy. ers. promotions & anniversaries to editor@duxburyclipper. She will be working as a school counselor in Boston through the Boston Connect School Program. 781-585-1211 • www.armandsalonspa.6682 . The Best Kept Secret on the South Shore… invites you to stop by and see this magnificent day spa and salon. Our product lines include Bare Escentuals Mineral Makeup. His wife. Photos are welcome. Griffin is the son of Marcie Richardson of Webster Road. The MDS Foundation acquired the MAC Van through a grant from Procter & Gamble. The award was presented for his work on the NBC series “30 Rock. “Win” is also welcomed home by his broth- WALSH. His grandparents are Anne Whiton Hill of Bay Farm Road and Barbara and Harry Shepler of Bedford. q Griffin Richardson. a concert by vocalist Jennifer Mello. q Ian L. Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS) member and a dentist at Wiemeyer Dentistry in Duxbury. FIRNROHR. color and treatments. makeup lessons.Y. q Christopher Winsor Hunt Shepler was born on Thursday. July 10. recently volunteered their services on the MDS Foundation Mobile Access to Care Van (MAC) at the Plymouth area Coalition for the Homeless in Kingston. designer Sarah Holden. won a 2008 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a comedy or drama series (half hour) and animation. Phyto Hair and Sprayology Homeopathic and vitamin oral sprays for adults and children. He is pictured with his wife. Portraits. DHS class of ‘93. q Gaylord I. Estate Planning & Immigration 272 Saint George Street Duxbury. won a 2008 Primetime Emmy for outstanding sound mixing for a comedy or drama series. a Duxbury resident. Courtney is the daughter of Cheryl Coppens and the late Raymond Coppens of Vine Street. Kingston. We also offer the latest trends in hair design. body treatments. Aveda. weddings. SkinCeuticals. Back by popular demand is our Fall Gift Wrap fundraiser! Our #1 Fundraiser for Alden PTA! Sept. Sarah Holden. For new clients – book your first appointment and receive 15% off of any spa or salon service.A. 3rd Please support your Alden students & you can also support Alden PTA by ordering on-line at: www. q Dr.com. MD Formulations. Mahmud will attend Bates College this fall. DHS class of ‘93. spa manicures and pedicures. and a special coffee hour where residents shared photographs of their grandchildren. including massage.com OPEN TO THE PUBLIC located at 186 Summer Street.8 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Hartley have been named to the Dean’s List at Westfield State College for the spring 2008 semester. engagements.” This was Richardson’s second nomination. September 24.com our school number is 118168 Griffin Richardson. N. 2008 SEND AROUND TOWN ITEMS including birth announcements. Criminal Defense. Cammack and Calvin and sister Natalie. along with her assistant. Engaging in the General Practice of Law Concentrating in Real Estate. q Courtney Coppens graduated from Boston College in May with a Master’s degree in social work.innisbrook.H. facials. Courtney is a graduate of Notre Dame Academy and a 2006 graduate of Fordham University in N. P. Hilary Fritsch.934. 18th – Oct. CARROLL & McCARTHY. Massachusetts 781-934-8500 Residents and staff members from Allerton House at the Village at Duxbury recently celebrated National Assisted Living Week with a calendar full of events and activities that included a cooking demonstration by Chef Donna Graham. His body of work includes films previewed at the Cannes Film Festival and the Sundance Festival. to Chris and Katherine Shepler of Soule Avenue. In February 2007. We are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC and offer a wide range of services. Entrot and Bridget M.
. completed his naval flight training in 2006 and is a Navy pilot now serving in Iraq after recent detachments to Central America. Ensign Caitlin Rummel. It was presented to Patrick at Senior Class Night. Agata Orzechowska (Music) and Ms. 2008 the Van began traveling across the state providing free dental services to children who are in greatest need of oral health care. outcome-based guidelines to provide the highest quality ballet training to dance students of all ages and skill levels. a Falmouth High School graduate with the Class of 2000 and a 2004 U.700/month. a guided missile cruiser on which she recently earned her Surface Warfare Qualification. DHS ‘69 and John D.900 or lease for $4. Sidney has been living in London for the last two years and Daryl and her mother went to visit. S. Primary through Level 3 will be taught by ABT® Certiﬁed Teacher. 4 zone energy efﬁcient. and ﬁnished LL w/walkout. enjoyed the party along with other past and current employees of the company. Register now for fall classes 24 Rockland St. Over 3. September 24. Nancy Whipple of Sarah’s Circle and Soren Jensen of Puritan Road. Open ﬂoor plan perfect for entertaining. q Lieutenant Ian Rummel. There are two fully equipped dental operatories in the van that are available to treat patients. (139) Hanover.com South Shore Ballet Theatre is proud to include the AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE® National Training Curriculum. Jump-start your holiday shopping with their wonderful crafters and savor a delightful assortment of baked goods. S. Their parents are Jean McCaig Rummel. David is widely recognized as the “father” of the bar code industry. Central vac.com . Mollie Dunn of Crescent Street posed for a photo with Sacred Heart High School faculty members Ms. is serving aboard the USS Princeton. a 2003 graduate of FHS and a 2007 U. 2 master suites. Duxbury Clipper 9 Daryl Denelle and Sidney Rice took time out of their visit to London this summer to check up on hometown news. Artistic Director South Shore Ballet Theatre offers a wide range of classes for children (3 & older) and adults on the South Shore. 2 ovens. recently won a Coast Guard Academy scholarship. Rummel of Pond Road in Falmouth.Wednesday. a 2008 graduate of Boston College High School. DUXBURY. McCaig. The ABT® National Training Curriculum consists of a comprehensive set of age-appropriate. who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher Training Intensive in Primary through Level 3 of the ABT® National Training Curriculum. Corp.m. and Computer Identics. McCaig of Washington Street and the late John F. Candy Cane Fair at Bay Path www.m. from 10 a. Their grandparents are Miriam B. a/c.southshoreballettheatre. Ensign Rummel has been serving on the USS Princeton with the USS Nimitz Strike Group in the Pacific.000sf of quality & style. His sister. Offered at $989. Naval Academy graduate and political science major. For Sale or For Lease 781-910-7294 www. lovely period details. was the first company to patent and manufacture laser bar code scanners. Naval Academy graduate and oceanography major. Historic Tinkertown! Wonderful setting in keeping with this Antique Reproduction Cape. Buckley of Mill Pond Lane. a breakthrough 8 level program that combines high quality artistic training with the basics of dancer health and child development. the company he founded in 1968. Celebrate the spirit of the season with Bay Path on Route 53. . & countertop range. North Africa and Qatar. November 7. huge kit has wide pine ﬂrs. David Collins (center) of Hornbeam Road recently hosted a party to mark the 40th anniversary of Computer Identics. Marthavan McKeon. Evelyn Dunbar (Visual Arts) at a recent lawn party reception on the school’s campus. MA 02339 Tel: 781-312-7224 Bay Path at Duxbury will host their annual Candy Cane Fair on Friday.WeGoOverboardForYou. South Shore Ballet Theatre A professional ballet school for all ages Marthavan McKeon. Since her first deployment to the Persian Gulf in 2007. This allows dentists from all over the state to come directly to locations that are in the greatest need. now part of Sick Optic GMBH. an evening set aside to celebrate and reward its seniors. formal LR and DR.4 p. q Patrick K..
Richard C. Estate Planning and Probate. and for several years was on the Hanover Scholarship Committee. 3. 14 cousins. vice-president. She was also a charter member of St Colletta’s Guild.m. on Monday and Wednesday afternoons Please note also that the Senior Bus will be available for evening programs. a retired teacher. September 17. MN. Peter and Amelia G. A Funeral Mass was held on Friday. INC. 2. Suite 27. Duxbury. MA Miss Agnes E. Miss Nawazelski was born in Hanover and attended the Hanover schools and was a graduate of the Bridgewater Normal School. She also leaves many grand nieces and nephews.. Davis wn hall ays RICHARD DAVIS FUNERAL HOMES. Wednesday. Mary of the Sacred Heart Church in Hanover. Corporate. P.m. and the church Prayer Group. She also toured the United States. Bornheimer. for an open house to also celebrate their son’s life. Real Estate and Zoning. had been a member of the choir. She was a charter member of the “Friends of Stetson House. Family and friends are also invited to the Fortini home on Saturday from noon until 6 p. Burial took place in Holy Family Cemetery in Rockland. tHe deadline is Monday at noon. Dur- OSBORN’S featuring C o u n t r y The Wines of the Week: S t o r e 750ml Chateau St. Legal counseling by experienced and sophisticated professionals in a convenient.-4 p. the daughter of the late Joseph and Augenia (Waitkunas) Nawazelski. Eleanor Nawazelski of Hanover. her late husband David Aune. UK. Joseph Nawazelski of North Adams. Miss Nawazelski leaves a sister in law.-Sat. She enjoyed traveling and visited many different countries in Europe. Nawazelski. She was also a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society of key women teachers. She also wrote her own family history and memoirs.m. His interests were diverse and he had a genuine thirst for learning.. 3A on Friday at 10 a. September 19 in St. a member of the “Village” singers group.-2700 10 Duxbury Clipper Send obituary noticeS to email@example.com. More recently she was a member of the Massachusetts and Plymouth County Retired Teachers Association. Traditional Funerals 373 Court Street N.99 October is a great . DHS graduate tini of London. Joseph Manor in Brockton. SELECTED TREES. Paul will be remembered and loved by his grandparents Carolyn Aune of Minnetonka. After the war she sponsored a displaced Lithuanian family. she taught CCD classes there for many years. South America and Canada. Duxbury. Jean $8. She was the sister of the late Julius. Nawazelski. September 24. local setting at reasonable rates. In lieu of flowers. a sophomore at New York University. Securities Arbitration & Probate Litigation Paul Fortini of Duxbury. of Hanover. . 10am-4pm Beginning Tuesday. 7 our new hours will be: Monday 8 a. 100 chusetts Teachers Association. Chardonnay. died in a pedestrian accident in New York City on Friday night. she had served as its secretary.m. c/o Rockland Trust. the Hanover PTA.. and so many caring friends. Friday 8 a. 459 Washington Street. He enrolled at NYU in September of 2007 and was majoring in East Asian Studies. Visiting hours at the Shepherd Funeral Home on 216 Main Street in Kingston will be from 3-8 p. both of Hanson. Sept. 3A) Manomet (508) 224-2252 1-800-770-2231 THOMAS H. The life-long Duxbury resident was born on Aug. Thursday 8 a. seven uncles..m.. jazz band and men’s a capella. Of Counsel Small Business. and Kristina For- Paul Fortini. nieces. 80 • 257 Elm Street • Kingston • 781-585-3030 Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm • Sun 10am-4pm MULCH & LOAM DELIVERED Mon. Wednesday 8 a.H. A communicant of St Mary’s Church. Bingo will be held at 1 p. at St.m. Please be sure to note that Friday afternoon bingo will cease as of Oct.m. Diane Dickson of Dover. and Charles Markert of Chaska. She attended programs such as Book Club and Painting class sponsored by the Hanover Council on Aging.m. and a member of the Hanover Grange. 8 a. While at Duxbury High School. MA 02331. donations in Paul’s memory can be made to the Paul Fortini Fund for Duxbury Music and Drama.-4 p. the Alter Society.-11:30 a. died Wednesday. Richard W. Nancy McIver of Hanover.m.. Tuesday. wind ensemble. 1989 and graduated from Duxbury High School in June of 2007. nephews. Davis. TUCKER ATTORNEY AT LAW Deborah H.m. She helped update and contributed two articles for the “History of the Town of Hanover” (19101977).-4 p. Box 1627. Nawazelski and Paul J. Joan Paquette of Duxbury..com or fax to 781-934-5917..O.m. and the burial will take place at the Mayflower Cemetery. the Hanover Teachers Association. SHRUBS & PERENNIALS ..-8:30 p. retiring in 1969. She taught in the Hanover elementary schools for 40 years. Obituaries A funeral service will be held at Holy Family Church on Rt. Family and friends are invited back to a reception at the church after the burial for a celebration of Paul’s life..time to plant! to New Hours for Senior Center Manhasset Gardens Rte. Plymouth (508) 746-2231 Cremations Pre-Need Funeral Planning 619 State Road (Rt. 19. Nawazelski. Merlot *Good through 09/30/08 ing World War II she served as a “warden”. Paul excelled in drama.m. She had been a member of the Massa- Agnes E. on Thursday. Oct. Paul is the son of Kathleen and Kenneth Fortini and the brother of Lisa Fortini of Somerville. Marshfield 834-7320 “Excellence in Service with Understanding” Directors: Joseph L. 19. 9am-5pm / Sun. She also volunteered for Taping for the Blind for TIC radio. and on the Board of Directors. Cabernet Sauvignon. N. Nawazelski.m. MN. 2008 wrence MacDonald Funeral Home 1755 Ocean St. As a member of the Hanover Historical Society. He was also a member of the National Honor Society. eight aunts. 100.
Create your dream oasis on this property by the bay! This home has it all. pool.com Duxbury. Duxbury Passport Day 22 Depot Street. Jones River Village Historical Photo by Julius A. Duxbury. Participants were Patrick Browne. Welcome to Pudding Brook! End unit townhouse in pristine condition. September 24. and lush private lawn. Terriﬁc value on 10 home culde-sac. $299. White Kitchen. Pembroke. travel. 15. This year 92 percent of fifth graders will play an instrument. mooring. directors and representatives from Goulet & Co. handed out instruments to nearly 300 students at the PAC. School complex & Pool! 2 miles from Beach! $179. These sessions will continue throughout the academic year. 4 bedroom. Easy walk to beaches. Reduced $20. 4 bedrooms on town sewer. Winslow House. A grant of $4. This home features an open ﬂoor plan.. Hingham Historical Society.m. Music Notes The deadline to apply to the Duxbury Cultural Council for grants supporting cultural activities in Duxbury is Wednesday.f.300 has been allocated by the Massachusetts Cultural Council for 2008. There will be no other retail services available. Duxbury.900 Open House Sunday 1-3pm 33 Railroad Avenue. who will both be playing the clarinet.gov. 1. Goldstein. boat house. Music teachers. Victoria Stevens. and Karin J. This is a good opportunity to get passports for Christmas break. This is a unique opportunity for a buyer intent on a lifestyle that takes full advantage of a waterfront setting. living room with built-ins. from 1 – 4 p. For applications and other information. This 8 room. and two car attached garage.VPrealtyadvisors. Society. hardwood ﬂoors. Great Investment! 1600+ s. Most spaces have stunning waterviews to observe marine activities. for passports and photos. home with 1 car detached garage.000!!! This charming one bedroom condominium features cathedral ceilings.900 . Cultural Grant Deadline The Duxbury Post Office on Depot Street will be open on Saturday. Prince. and the changing seasons. $275. Fenced in yard.state. Plimoth Plantation. students will meet weekly with Duxbury music teachers and directors to participate in small group instruction for their particular instruments. Duxbury Rural and Historical Society.Wednesday. acreage. sunroom. which is the largest group of students to participate in this program. quiet lawn and woodlands. square footage.000 Marshﬁeld. decks. 16.. generous sized bedrooms. with two fifth graders. Sept.5 baths. Light & Bright. and restaurants.000 Open House Sunday 1-3pm 269 Washingston Street. the Duxbury Music Department continued its long tradition of distributing musical instruments to incoming fifth grade students. Oct. and master bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet. Squire Tearse and Charlie Ryan. Jr. Porch and deck overlooks lush. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 11 Featured Home of the Week NEW LISTING A MEETING OF HISTORICAL MINDS: Backroads of the South Shore presented the 2008 South Shore History Symposium “Latter Day Pilgrims: Immigrant Stories of the South Shore” at the Church Of The Pilgrim in Plymouth. fully ﬁnished walkout lower level.000 Ric Madru. author of “The Boston Italians”. in the reference department of the Duxbury Free Library Reference Desk and on the Massachusetts Cultural Council Web site. and laundry room. head of the Duxbury Schools music department. pier. Unit A1. Central Air! Walk to shopping.5 bath home boasts a ﬁreplaced family room. waterfront. 2. Unit 104. Duxbury 781-934-2588 www. Two bedrooms. Starting next week.965. Mark Schmidt. $499. Application forms are available at the Duxbury Selectmen’s Office. Plymouth Antiquarian Society. Suzanne Buchanan. Norman Tucker. Donna Curtin. Sept. On Tuesday. visit the postal service Web site. $1. waterfowl. The home has a newer heating system and 2008 roof. Steven Puleo. C/A with low condo fees. 27. Hull Lifesaving Museum. white kitchen. Students are instructed during a recess session or in the morning prior to school. full ﬁnished walkout lower level.
D.12 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Call Today! ANNE ANTONELLIS 781-934-0708 MORTGAGE BROKER # 2773 anne@duxburymortgages.. Complete Renovation in 2007 Standish Shore location. Organizers say over 1.M.indd 1 Angels Lamps Pictures Pocketbooks Stainglass Furniture and much more. Stout 866-934-2515 afstout@tmail.” One hundred percent of the money raised at the festival will go to local charities and non-profit groups including the Duxbury Bay Maritime School. D. Dozens of men and women worked over crates of ice.C. Webkins Carpet Vinyl Ceramic Hardwood Laminate 9/5/08 5:52:56 AM Island Creek Oysters is a collaborative of 12 different individual growers.300.” where children could touch a starfish or make art projects out of oyster shells. It was truly an enormous undertaking. Crossroads for Kids and the Duxbury Beach Reservation. Island Creek Oysters is a collaborative of 12 independent growers who sell their crop of oysters through a wholesale company. They all provided hundreds of oysters each for the charity event. with nothing more than a squeeze of lemon juice or a dollop of cocktail sauce. making the festival a family event. but they were also prepared in a variety of traditional and unique ways by well-known Boston chefs. The growers donated over $100.000 worth of continued from page one JAY’S FOR SALE Three bedroom antique Cape.. Photos by Lans Bouthillier 187 Summer St. Gregory said. “We went through 20. Organizations like the New England Aquarium and the Jones River Landing set up interactive booths in a “Kidzone. including the DBMA.000 ATLANTIC PROPERTIES Andrew F. prying open the oysters and preparing them for eating. Suite 8 Kingston 781-585-0024 COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATIONS www. Oysters were eaten raw.com A sold-out crowd at Duxbury Beach Park Saturday evening.. Crossroads for Kids and the Duxbury Beach Reservation.” Gregory said. Premier Boston Chef Jeremy Sewall of Lineage prepares oyster Po’boys.000 oysters. 2008 Fall is a great time to re-evaluate your mortgage needs! Duxbury Mortgage Services can assist you with all your mortgage or reﬁnancing plans.m.atlanticproperties.” One side of the large white tent erected in Blakeman’s parking lot was dedicated to oyster shucking.. Photo by Justin Graeber Oyster Festival Raises Cash For Local Charities were able to raise more money for the charities. “The growers of Island Creek should be noted for the amount of work they put in . Specializing in Orthodontics Island Creek Oyster Festival poster model Emmeline Bouthillier and her mom. admire her poster.200 people came to the festival to partake of good food and support worthy local causes. oysters for the event. . The shucking table extended the length of the tent as shuckers raced to keep up with hungry guests.com www. which is pretty cool. P.com ONE BAY ROAD • DUXBURY DMSFall082x2.. Fitzgerald.com Paul D. 209 Standish Street Asking Price: $1.kingstonorthodontics. September 24. and children were invited for the early part of the day.. Jen.. The event ran from 4-11 p.
2008 Duxbury Clipper 13 Delano Farm Community Provides Community Housing By PAT LoRING and BRENDAN KEoHAN IF YOU’RE UNAFFILIATED. service.1000 Bob Miller left corporate America three years ago to pursue his dream of owning a garden center with his family– wife Marcia. The home is a joint project between the Mass. including an existing single family house and a parcel for a four bedroom group home. Wareham Courier.000 plus other costs. The owner then proposed a 51-unit 40B project and the town was urged to exercise its right of first refusal. I can be reached at my Cell # 914-260-5690. was originally part of a colonial land grant and is considered “archeologically sensitive” by the Massachusetts Historical Commission. Criminal Matters. Mediation of Disputes This article is part of an occasional series highlighting 781-934-7700 Community Preservation Fund projects around Duxbury. 10 acres to help protect Duxbury’s drinking water supply. The Delano Farm purchase remains one of the most interesting CPA funded projects in Duxbury. a two-bedroom A frame. B Thank you: Dan Hirschhorn Peter is pleased to announce the opening of his O ce in Duxbury. The Duxbury Housing Authority will place a qualifying family in the home and it will become a permanent part of their inventory. allowing the town the right of first refusal. e Sweetsers Building 459 Washington St. Duxbury matched the bid and acquired the 33 acres for $1. Employment Issues.8000. September 24. Another ad will follow on alternate weeks. “They’ve been there to help every step of the way. ad 3 col.337. The 33-acre Delano Farm. GENERAL LAW PRACTICE: Personal Injury. this ad should go in all the newspapers you had included inthe “package” (inclusive of OCM. has been completely renovated.11/26) TOTS (3-6yrs) & ADULTS Thursday 1:00-1:50pm (10/9 -12/4*) ALL AGES Thursday 4:00-4:50pm (10/9-12/4*) COST $120 & Annual Registration Fee*** 10 WEEK SESSIONS ALL AGES Saturday 8:20-9:10 am (9/13-11/22**) ALL AGES Saturday 9:20-10:10 am (9/13-11/22**) COST $150 & Annual Registration Fee*** *No Classes on 11/27 **No Classes from 10/1-10/4 ***Annual Registration Fee $15 You Must Pre-Register! Helping Local Businesses Grow For 120 Years! 744 Broad Street • Weymouth. located at the end of Cordwood Path. son Dan. The four-bedroom group home on the Delano property. The existing Delano home. the first year of Community Preservation Act funding in Massachusetts and Duxbury. Investment Losses. Email: Peterbiz@comcast.9” X 7”) . with the homes now ready for occupancy.. Carver. The home will be staffed by the DMR and give Duxbury four additional units towards its affordable housing goals.Gardeners’ Choice-FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION Clipper 1/4 pg. Veterans Bene ts Appeals. an eight-acre open field and a 10-acre upland forest with wood roads. the Mass.net Loring and Mr. Tel:781-585-2111 Fax: 781-585-6766 www. The 20-acre open space parcel contains three vernal pools with rare species habitat. all of which failed. the Seed money for a growing business.650. MA 02189 • 781. Both of these projects required funding from Department of Housing and Community Development that would not have been accessible had it not been for the Duxbury CPA funds and the Community Preservation Committee’s contribution and participation. a 10-acre parcel was deeded to the Duxbury Water Department for a future municipal well site.” Are you looking for a little seed money or financing to grow your business? Call James Graziano today at 781. including a barn and three certified vernal pools. Riley and Lily (his golden retrievers). which requires the town to match the developer’s price.Wednesday. Estate Planning. UNINSPIRED. “Quality. has been completely renovated.WEYMOUTHBANK. or any question. Following test borings. Keohan are Weymouth Bank . MA 02190 • 781. SEPT 2008 had made several attempts to develop the land with standard subdivisions. The community housing component has taken six years to complete. call us at: 508•224•6461 Tim: As indicated. Department of Mental Retardation. The existing Delano home. Department of Housing and Community Development brought the property to department standards. Department of Housing and Community Development and the Duxbury Housing Authority. and two very enthusiastic ambassadors. the owner Congregation Beth Jacob Our Congregation has been continuously located in Plymouth since 1909 For ticket information. x 7 (5. a two-bedroom A frame. Patriot Ledger.Duxbury members of the Community “Debit & Credit Cards Accepted” Preservation Committee. Duxbury and Kingston Reporters among them).337. For payment. the Delano Farm acquisition had three important community preservation components: 20 acres of protected open space. Purchased in 2002. On the town’s high priority list for acquisition since 1969.585.8000 83 Summer Street • Kingston. In addition..com .500 years of Judaism. welcoming High Holy Day Services to help celebrate 3. and knowledge” are the cornerstones of Bob’s growing business–the same qualities he’s found in his relationship with Weymouth Bank. “It’s nice to have Weymouth Bank in my corner. Ms. Funding from the Department of Housing and Community Development and the Duxbury Housing Authority to create a four bedroom home that will give housing to four developmentally disabled adults. B ___________________ L O A P M.337. We invite you to join us for our 99th year of meaningful. It was a Chapter 61A property.8000 51 Columbian Street • Weymouth. Family Law. the Delano property provided a site for a joint project between the Department of Mental Retardation. PUBLIC SKATING Monday-Friday 12-1:50pm Sunday 12:30pm-2:20pm Bob Miller Owner The Gardeners’ Choice James Felci Business Development Officer Director of Marketing Weymouth Bank LEARN TO SKATE 8 WEEK SESSIONS TOTS (3-6yrs) & ADULTS Wednesday 10 -10:50am (10/8 . MA 02364 • 781. OR JUST UNSURE. and three acres for community housing.” said Bob. This ad is to appear on the right hand page (generic Section A) the weeks of 8/26/07 and 9/9/07.
Brandi Peters. Stephanie Smith. Duxbury Wine & Spirits. September 24. Noreen Wenger Harvest Moon Committee Members Marianne Ellison with a group of Children from Crossroads for Kids. Amy Demos. Pam Schiller. Stacey Ostiguy. The Finished Window or by visiting www. Elaine Haffey. Anita Haffey. Monica Porter. Photo by Deni Johnson . Kathy Shields. Foodies. Kathy Shields and Monica Porter with some campers at Crossroads. Noreen Wenger. Caroline Conway. Committee Chair: Catherine Dyroff. Deb Dunphy. Christine Barry.14 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Duxbury. Bernie Haffey. Peter Dyroff. Committee members Christine Barry.org 781-834-2700 742 Keene Street. Courtesy of Island Creek Oysters Dinner & Silent Auction Music by Despite Dwight Call 781-834-2700 to be included in the tribute book. Kevin Barry.crossroads4kids. Tickets: $60 per person Raw Bar 6-8pm. 2008 6 pm – 12 midnight at Camp Wing Presentation of the Anita Haffey Public Service Award to Marianne Ellison at 7:00pm (Event is limited to guests over 21) Purchase tickets at The Studio. Sue Swensen. Some members of the Harvest Moon Event Committee Committee Chair: Catherine Curtin Dyroff.
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3030 Hours: Mon. Bills can be paid online at www.Wednesday. We specialize in the maintenance & installation of perennial beds and container gardens. Katie King. Tours will be given of the historic Gershom Bradford House.duxbury. October 5th 5 – 7 PM Capt. home to generations of Duxbury seafarers. This is your chance to discuss which activities you would like to have for your girls this year and to meet your fellow leaders. thru Sat. House. or you can mail your check and bill copy to: Town of Duxbury. CoastSweep Beach Clean-up: Start your troop year out with a great community service project by joining other members of the town for the 21st CoastSweep beach clean-up on Duxbury Beach from 9-noon on Saturday.m. Julia Wonkka and Caroline Williams. T-shirts/Sweatshirts: Duxbury Girl Scout T-shirts/sweatshirts are available in awesome colors again this year at a nominal price. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 17 Brownie Troop # 581 kicked off the 08-09 season with a field trip to the Corn Festival at the South Shore Natural Science Center Saturday. 9am-5pm. 1 from 7:30-9 p. Retail Garden Center Now Open! 257 Elm Street.com Duxbury’s second quarter real estate and personal property tax bills are due on Nov. Gershom Bradford House. Gershom Bradford House Museum. Woburn MA 01888-4126. A SEA CAPTAIN’S CHOWDER SUPPER We’ve Moved Our New address: 5 Main St. Sun. The shirts are great on field trips to help you keep track of your girls. Route 80 • Kingston. 4. Oct. Jr. PO Box 4126.town. Erin Mathews. 931 Tremont Street Join us for delicious chowder and hors d’oeuvres. Extension Downtown Plymouth (Main Entrance on Market Street) Come visit our new store location for outstanding service & selection info@nantucketnotables. Catalogs and order forms will be available at the leaders’ meeting or can be obtained by calling Joan at 781-9345427. or at the door. $20 per person Tickets may be obtained at the Nathaniel Winsor.585. ma. Massaachusetts 781. Please be sure to have your troop represented — we want to hear your suggestions. 3.com 5087477232 Sunday.10am -4pm • manhassetgardens. Tax Bills Due THE DUXBURY RURAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY invites you to a celebration in honor of the Bicentennial of the Capt.us. Pictured are Ava Cederlund. Girl Scout News Leaders’ Meeting: The first meting of the year will be held at the Girl Scout House on Oct. Heather Maiuri. COME HOME TO DISTINCTIVE LANDSCAPES BY LANDSCAPE SERVICES FOR RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES Let our landscape staff help you create the perfect outdoor environment. September 24. 479 Washington Street. . Collection supplies and data sheets can be picked up at the east end of the Powder Point bridge. For more information please call (781) 934-6106.
It has often been referred to as the Society’s “time capsule house. shown here with her painting “Other Worlds. Closed Sundays Great Food.” said Skeiber. many teachers do currently have active sites where parents and students can stay informed and see what the homework is and check on grades.582. virtually along the same lines that Bradford had scrawled out while on board ship. descendants of the Captain. For more information. 2008 A Well. said Skeiber. One more objective is for the school district to come up with a long range plan on capital projects. He scrawled out a rough floor plan of a house Chowder Supper to Celebrate Bicentennial of Bradford House The Bradford House is located on Temont Street. please contact the Society at 781-934-6106. while aboard the Brig Mercury bound for Malaga. To celebrate the anniversary. Jr. Perfect Anytime! The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society invites all to a special event to mark the 200th birthday of the Capt. Prince. House.” he said. whether they are small quizzes. presentations or discussion. By 1808.18 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday.” discussed her work at a recent reception for her exhibit at the Helen Bumpus Gallery in the Duxbury Free Library. September 24. Photo by Julius A. different textbooks and how schools do some things online. It was in 1807 that Captain Gershom Bradford of Duxbury. tweak and update maps.-4 p.m.. However. Curriculum mapping is something that never ends. Bird had built a modest but elegant house for Captain Bradford. She said that once you get into the fourth year the plan needs to be looked at closely. rather than have 30 or 40 things on a list.m.m. . found a moment to put pen to paper. The final assessment is often done at the end of each unit and at this point teachers can see what the students gained. The school district is in the fourth year of a five year strategic plan. It will take place on Sunday.3828 781. the Society is reviving a popular tradition—the Sea Captain’s Chowder Supper. Capt.. The development of a Web site will instruct teachers on how to make a power point presentation and will offer other tutorials. Administrators feel that the best way to see if the teachers are integrating technology is by seeing how they are doing with it during their formal evaluation. For Takeout and Delivery Please call 781. School Committee member John Heinstadt said this might not work for all teachers. The exhibit may be viewed throughout September and October during regular library hours. or at the door of the event. Another way of evaluating the integration technology is to relate it to the curriculum teachers are working on. a museum owned by the Society. The integration of technology involves looking at software.. Assessments are encouraged throughout the school year.Balanced Diet Should Include Fish A Tight Focus for Strategic Plan Schools in Duxbury will be focus in on a smaller number of goals for their fourth year of a district-wide strategic plan.Every Friday at 9 pm . Schools will have to continue to review.582. Spain. By MEAGHAN GLASSETT BRANT ROCK FISH MARKET 834-6231 FROM HUNAN KINGSTON Serving Traditional Chinese Food & Japanese Sushi Under New Management 20% Off All Sushi School Committee member John Heinstadt said that the development of a Web site offering teachers instruction on how to make a power point presentation and other tutorials may not work for everyone. Great Entertainment. at the Gershom Bradford House (931 Tremont Street). Later. said Superintendent Sue Skeiber. Gershom Bradford House. School Committee members disagreed on making it mandatory for every teacher to have a web site.. Curriculum mapping will continue to be a major focus for this year’s plan. 40-70% OFF • TAKE OUT • GIFT CERTIFICATES • PARTIES & FUNCTIONS • BED & BREAKFAST • PUB • TAKE OUT • PUB MENU • ACCOMMODATIONS • LIGHT FARE • TAKE OUT • FINGER FOOD • PUB MENU • SOUPS & SALADS • DINING ROOM • PARTIES • A Few Delightful Choices from Our New Fall Menu! Special Pumpkin & Crab Bisque Island Barbecue Braised Beef Short Ribs served with chipotle mash & corn/squash succotash Poached Local Fresh Haddock with a light cream white wine lemon sauce with fennel fronds & root vegetables Sean McLaughlin . She would like “relevance. 479 Washington Street from Monday-Friday 9 a. The Captain Gershom Bradford House was donated to the Society in 1968 by Gershom and Edward Bradford. Artist Nancy Coveney. Oct. “What I did last year. Bradford gave the plans to his friend. 5 from 5-7 p.. is have a smaller number of goals that we can work towards. a master carpenter named Benjamin Bird who lived in Dorchester. projects. Small quizzes and discussions will help teachers see where the students are and adjust their teaching techniques to meet the students’ needs. he envisioned on land he had inherited from his father. Jr. Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased in advance at the Nathaniel Winsor. “If you’re leery of technology to say use a virtual technology development program may not work.Guitar & Vocals Full menu available to take out! 781-934-0991 390 Washington Street Duxbury by the Sea Dinners nightly at 5:00 pm. rigor and relationships” to come into the classrooms and schools.” as it was given completely furnished with objects belonging to the Bradford family.1838 164 J Summerhill Shopping Plaza • Kingston Front Porch Sale! 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MA (across from Millbrook Motors) . guests were treated to an ethnic banquet including rice. RSVP to Laura Melton at 781-837-1733 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Whitman www. cucumber salad. hors d’oeuvres. where she runs a tailor shop. $40 per person. her ties to Duxbury are strong. Adult Fall Social: Come dress up and step out for the Duxbury Newcomers’ Club annual fall social.chapinswoodproducts.m. Also at the dinner. to spend a year in her native Afghanistan. These wines are built for food! Perfect for the heartier.com. Membership: It’s time to renew your membership. I think it will be worth it.” she said. “My heart is in this town. 479 Washington St. Sept. along with the Duxbury Rotary Club.Wednesday. more filling dishes of autumn. Newcomers’ Club News SHEDS • Pine • Vinyl • 40 Models on Display Better Quality. At each table Saturday was a date and a glass of milk. Craig Drollett from Bin Ends in Braintree will be bringing some top values from his current inventory. Jan has been an active voice in the local Muslim community and also lead the effort. EFT Gift Certificates Available Huge savings on select wines We Now Deliver! See Stores for Details 781.m. House. Non-members are welcome. Autumn is a great season for enjoying wine. because it goes to charity. It’s the time to put aside the easy drinking light wines of summer and begin to explore some of the richer offerings from all over the world. Wine tasting: Join us at the home of Mollie and Tom O’Hara on Saturday. bul. downloading the membership form and sending it in along with your check.com in your yard or to another location SHEDS MOVED 781-447-4700 Hours: Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30 Sun 12-5 Anniversary Sale Sale Starts Friday September 26th Thanks for voting us Best in Town! • Massage • Personal Training • Reiki • Hypnosis • Psychic Coaching/Healing • Emotional Freedom Technique.com or Kim Panton at 781-934-7789 or e-mail Kim at email@example.com 19b Standish Street Duxbury 1514 Tremont Street. 4 at 7:30 p. Jr. Saturday. said Aboud Al-Zaim. She said she has been offered various jobs. During Ramadan is when Muslims believe that the holy book the Qu’ran was revealed to the prophet Mohammed. until 11 p.. You can sign up online by going to duxburynewcomers. The cost for the tasting is $8 per person and please bring either an appetizer or dessert.” she said. After the date and milk. She will be traveling despite the dangers ever present in the Middle East. and cocktails at the Nathaniel Winsor. Muslims traditionally fast during Ramadan from dawn to sunset.com.com. to build a school for girls in KaLargest Selection Anywhere! Serving New England for 30 Years By JUSTIN GRAEBER Razia Jan announced at Saturday’s Ramadan dinner that she would be returning to her native Afghanistan. Al-Zaim and others explained the traditions behind Ramadan and answered questions about Islam in general. “If I can save the life of one soldier. We’ll explore three medium to full bodied whites and three rich. Enjoy live music. yet fruit driven reds from all over the wine world. Oct. Lower Prices than the “Big Box Stores” CHAPIN’S WOOD PRODUCTS 556 Bedford St.934. Jan will be leaving her shop in the hands of an assistant. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 19 Muslim Families Host Iftar Dinner at the Senior Center Duxbury’s Muslim families hosted a traditional Ramadan dinner at the Senior Center Saturday night. lamb meatballs and chicken kabobs. but she feels compelled to return to her homeland and help. Cocktail attire is required. The membership dues are $40. Afghanistan. RSVP to Abby Besse at 508-830-1985 or e-mail abbybesse@yahoo. Rte 18. and isn’t sure yet exactly what she’ll be doing. falafel. 27 from 7 p. Razia Jan announced that she is leaving Duxbury. $10 is tax deductible.” she said. Although she is an Afgan native. Ramadan is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. for our fall wine tasting. September 24. “I’ve done this in a very small way all my life. AlZaim said Mohammed is believed to have broken his fast with this food. Duxbury.
The exhibit features the book-related artwork of more than 24 artists Sarah Lyons. Barbara and Marshall Levy admire one of the Japanese paintings in the Haiga exhibit. Elizabeth Rotchford-Long is having a good time as she talks about her amazing books. September 24. Enjoying the refreshments at the opening are Carol Loring. Each painting is accompanied by a poem. 2008 Artists and Books Opening at the ACM Photos by Deni Johnson Charles Weyerhaeuser chats with Judy Hochberg. Nancy Cipullo and Elizabeth Pothier arrive at the exhibit which features artists from New York and New England. Sally Dean-Mello with artist Laura Blacklow. One of the exhibits on Sunday was Maud Moon Weyerhaeuser’s extensive collection of glassware. Nancy Teravainen and Ann Kelley. Education coordinator of the ACM. Marshfield artist Mary Taylor. Artists and visitors took in the exhibits at Sunday’s “Artists and Books” reception at the Art Complex Museum.20 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Craig Bloodgood with artist Susan Schwalth and Viola Kaumlen. Event coordinator. Laura is inspired by her annual visits to Guatemala. Also on exhibit is Glass en Masse that showcases the museum’s extensive glass collection. . discusses her work with Jessie Nickerson and Michelle Law. Admiring some of the exhibit are Cynde Robbins and June and Norman Paley.
but doesn’t believe in God. Free tickets will be available at the library and the bookshop two weeks before the event. You will start with a virtual cash account of $100.m. The fast-paced story weaves together matters of faith and love with startling craft. so be sure to obtain your ticket for this very special event. We look forward to seeing you at Talbots. 25 6-8 p. MacKinnon will read from her debut novel.” This tautly-woven.” For rates & references go to www.000 with the intention to create the bestperforming portfolio using a live trading simulation. you’ll receive twenty percent off all merchandise purchased during this event. Clara. A nominal fee applies to this program.ProfessionalPetServices. “Come home from work to a better behaved dog. please stop at our at Thursday’s open house at DHS to say ‘hello’ and grab a bottle of water. Seating is lim- Amy MacKinnon to Appear at the Library Amy MacKinnon ited. haunting novel is about a young undertaker. Also. call the library at 1-781-934-2721 x125 or visit duxburyfreelibrary. Oct. “Tethered. For more information about this program and other upcoming events. 447 Washington St. negotiation. MacKinnon’s work has appeared in the Boston Globe. and learning is a natural part of the experience. Her serious attempts at writing began right here at the Duxbury Free Library! Books will be available for purchase and signing. We welcome any comments or questions. DEF News Duxbury Student Union News The DSU wants you and your friends: Get six of your friends to sign up for the Duxbury Student Union.org and follow the Program Notes Link. Sept. and you get your membership free (Valued at $175!) Registration is still ongoing at the DSU. Students can sign up through September 30. Wardrobe consultants will be available all evening to handle all of your fashion needs. There will be an open house for non-members this Thursday. The Duxbury Free Library and Westwinds Bookshop will present local author and rising literary star Amy MacKinnon on Sunday. September 24. Twenty percent of the evening’s proceeds will benefit the Duxbury Education Foundation. 26. The setup is engaging. For more information call DSU Director Sue Lawrence at 781-934-2290. Coming Soon: Are you curious about how the Stock Market works? The DSU will be offering a 10-week online simulation that will help students learn about the economy while developing lifelong decision making skills. and cooperation to compete for the top spot. 19. in the library’s Merry Room. at 2 p. Christian Science Monitor and on NPR. as we celebrate the impeccable hostess in all of us.. 24 by calling 781-934-5741. who spends her days and nights among the dead. Adult volunteers are also needed.Wednesday.m.com 781-293-6222 . This event has special significance to MacKinnon. Please RSVP by Sept. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 21 Upcoming Events: Please join Talbots and hostess Cattina Giumetti Thursday. practicing leadership. Sept. You will work together in teams. Also. organization.
A generous combination of grasses. We wish her well in her future endeavors. In this time of economic uncertainty. exeCutive eDitor & PubliSher JuStin M. Robert Boutin. It seems that lately we’ve had more Island Creek Oysters that were donated to charity events than in restaurants. and a safe journey. • O’Neil Farm Day.22 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Tsang’s Café and VERC Exxon for sponsoring the race. a window into a rapidly vanishing part of American life. hydrangeas. Thanks to the Duxbury fire and police departments for giving their time to help with the race event. Eamonn Duffy. Razia Jan announced that she was leaving soon for her native Afghanistan. Farmer O’Neil said Saturday that he is looking to open the farm even more to the public. the bales of hay. A special thank you to Officer Tom D Johnson for his donation from the police department.000 oysters has to be a rockin’ party. Good times in Duxbury this weekend his weekend was one of the prime examples of what makes Duxbury a great town. Clayton Duffin. Graeber T en 6 from Pack 1776 would like to thank the town of Duxbury for supporting our can and bottle drive held last April at the Senior Center. September 24. The farm is a really unique part of Duxbury. even the folk music painted a picture of a more rural way of life. and found the makings of some very tasty meals for the week.000 worth of tickets in front of their store alone! On a personal note..com John & BoBBie Cutler. indeed This week the Community Garden Club of Duxbury presents the planter in front of The Finished Window in Snug Harbor. Cutler. . eDitor Phone: 781-934-2811 E-mail: editor@duxburyclipper. Stepping onto the farm is like traveling back in time. with more yearround trails. If you’re interested in getting involved in the com- A finished window. natural resources and charitable spirit were on display for all to see. and the lively crowd seemed to be having a very good time. • The Ramadan Dinner at the Senior Center was another example of Duxbury’s culture on display. or attend one of our weekly meetings—we meet for dinner each Tuesday at the Kingsbury Club pub. Bruce Rutter President Duxbury Rotary Club Rotary Club Duck Race a hit ———————— n behalf of the Duxbury Rotary Club. the 4-H club involvement and possibly more events like Farm Day. as well as allowing us the opportunity to give a donation to the Duxbury Animal Shelter. The event started after 9/11 as a way for Duxbury’s Muslim families to share their culture and religion with their neighbors. Thanks to Entrée Vous. PreSiDent JoSh S. Just a few examples of what went on. Jan has done an amazing amount of good work both in Duxbury and in her home country. drizzly day you stopped by to donate your redeemable cans and bottles to help fund many of this year’s Thank you from Pack 1776 ————————— projects that the scouts will be working on. I’d like to thank all who helped make this year’s Duck Race a success. We encourage everyone to check it out if you haven’t already. Founders DaviD S. It speaks volumes about the connection the growers and the company feel to the Duxbury community. It was a weekend where we were reminded what a great town this is. Reed Jewelry. Foodie’s Duxbury Market. Andrew Thomas. and encourage everyone in town to support this wonderful. Cutler. and petunias in large containers welcome customers. the cows mooing from the barn. including building a school for girls in Kabul with the help of the Duxbury Rotary Club. Any event where the patrons go through 20. 2008 SenD itemS for the opinion page to editor@duxburyclipper. I stopped into Foodies every Saturday after selling O Duck Race tickets.com the DeaDline for all letters & commentaries is monday at noon. we were able to achieve our community service badge as well as work on our recycle and reuse project. Thanks to The Clipper for announcing the times and for covering the race. and it was good to see so many people there. With everyone’s help. On a cloudy. and a way to fight rampant misinformation about Islam. Carter Lewis. My wife and I have become regular Foodie’s shoppers now. It’s a great gesture. local. Zach Maiuri. as the Rotary Club’s Duck Race at Blue Fish River and the Art Complex Museum’s reception for the Books in Art projects highlighted even more of the town’s rich culture. and would like to learn more about what we do in Rotary. There were almost too many events to name this weekend. Tommy Hargrave and Mikey McLelland munity. We’d especially like to thank Foodies for their support—we sold over $6. resource! The Duxbury Rotary Club is a service organization supporting good works here and abroad. Again. this community’s culture. Opening the farm’s doors to the public is a nice way of showing the taxpayers of Duxbury what they bought with their money. It’s an effort we support..500 more this year than last! Money from this event will go to support our scholarship program for this year’s graduating seniors at Duxbury and Silver Lake high schools. thank you for being such a supportive and generous community. please give me a call at 781-834-7151. Also at Saturday’s dinner. –– J. • The organizers of the Island Creek Oyster Festival made the right choice in moving their event to the beach –– it just made more sense to have a festival dedicated to a product of the ocean within sight of the water. Graeber. and to Cretinon’s and both Duxbury post offices for allowing us to sell tickets in front of their premises. it was heartwarming to see the outpouring of support we received—we were able to raise almost $1. All weekend long. The weather was also perfect.
This narrative. (We were told that the town was trying to block Ms. while others are allowed to knock down multiple houses to build their own town within our town?” In so many ways Duxbury is an idyllic community. how to cope with a quarrelsome ex. We have Betsy Sullivan. These people manage our budget and our town. He is aided by many including a talented planning staff and very competent building inspector. “Or So It Seems” ends with a surprise. other times it rocks you off your chair.” The examples are obvious to us. formerly of Marshfield. The selectmen in a town act as the representatives of the town much like a three-headed mayor . how to survive on a diminished income. listen to all of our issues and complaints.” forever offering advice and asking questions. which seems a worthy finale to a magnificent first effort. “life sometimes sends you cold fish when you ordered hot pizza. Jim O’Sullivan Amado Way . how to navigate a new life of single living and finally. compromising situation. so when a situation arises. So while I quietly watch my neighbors build homes the size of the Titanic. We can provide them with “parachutes”. though they meshed somewhat. It is what he equips his Paul Peterson with to wade through the muck. But is merely intended to stimulate thoughts and serve as a friendly reminder. For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying the local theater of a selectmen’s meeting let me provide you with a primer. Which is why I was confused when I thought that an effort was being made to negatively impact the success of that enterprise. Sometimes it produces a q uiet smile. Thank you David. “Or So It Seems” takes the reader up and down the South Shore and in and out of Boston and Cambridge with side trips to Brooklyn and the Bronx.” We all know there are dozens of additional situations our children face on a daily basis.that will evoke a “wow” and envy from those who think they can turn a phrase. “Wisdom is wasted on the old. at this vulnerable age. The story of “Or So It Seems” begins and ends on the second floor of a Plymouth walk-up as a slightly besotted elementary school teacher tries to lure Paul Peterson to her dilapidated couch. He is a happily giggling mystic who dispenses wisdom with so much wit that Peterson describes him as a misplaced Jewish comedian. but we love him anyway. There are lyrical passages – many really -. assume that our fine parents don’t already know this.” I once had a friend say to me.Wednesday. step back and put this small. such as this one. wisdom should always be moved forward with our children.” If you make a poor decision. Your child is at a gathering and there is alcohol present. an accomplished zoning and environmental lawyer who provides insights into the ability of the bylaw to meet objectives and the flexibility that is needed to survive while paying special attention to preserving I guess I’ll take a ride home from someone who has. your child is either killed or seriously injured. I am writing to thank the town on behalf of a group of young people who do not win state titles or perform in front of Friday night lights crowds. the very first time they find themselves in a very awkward. 2008 hen determining the difference between a developer and an environmentalist it has been said that an environmentalist is a man who has a cabin in the woods while a developer is a man who wants to build a cabin in the woods. The police show up and everyone is busted. darting from a pinewood derby in Marshfield. On one level the novel is a poignant.” How about they try a line of coke or heroin and overdose. bursting with wisdom. They are our town executives supported by a town manager. Through Stone’s masterful use of flashbacks we are always on the move yet we never wonder where we are. An example of the excellent job they do was the selection of the town manager Richard MacDonald who brings a career of municipal service combined with an understanding of building and commercial regulation and fiscal management to the table. They could use many reasons to get out of there without looking like a “wimp. he is omnipresent in Peterson’s life and has no qualms about being a “butinski. Your child cannot say “I’ll use my do over. And Stone has a laugh-outloud sense of humor. but through the efforts of our town leaders we were able to attract a magnificent new friend in Vic Leon and Foodies. This is why it is so important for them to imprint this phrase in their minds. to a Chinese restaurant in the Bronx. as it turned out. to know what is coming and along the way will come to appreciate Stone’s unusual gifts. yet seemingly uncomplicated tale about a middle age man – Paul Peterson – who is beset by divorce and its attendant woes: how to keep his children close. They had met at a singles dance earlier and. should have as many tools as possible. A very good one. This wisdom ‘Life is not a dress rehearsal’ ———————— his phrase is the title of a book written by a highly intelligent gentleman and former local radio host. but be “good” by not consuming alcohol. but incredibly effective tool to use and make the correct decision. but he leaves us with the above phrase. smothered in peer pressure. Readers will constantly want to turn the page. has published his first novel – 11 years in the making – and it is a good one. This will allow them to make the right decision.) What I discovered was that the system works. Another. And he has a marvelous guide. David has passed on. Planning and Conservation who at times seem like Georgian republics but what they do have in common is that they are all composed of a group of very intelligent well informed well-intentio ned people who donate their time for the benefit of the rest of us. you cannot say. ideas that they can use to get out of those situations gracefully. September 24. Kerry Youngstrom from bringing her Duxbury Clipper the bucolic nature of our community. Or So It Seems is available at Westwind’s Bookshop P The letter writer speaking at a recent Board of Selectmen meeting. along the same lines would be deciding “well I have not been drinking. The driver swings wide on a curve and hits a tree. Let us hope we don’t have to wait another 11 years for novel number two. I have thought it curious that while many of our neighbors and friends have struggled with zoning laws that seem to block their construction goals.” NOT. This phrase can cover many things. we are. I have tried to figure out how Duxbury differentiated between the two. We contacted our elected officials and we met with one of the many talented people in town hall and the matter was reviewed and resolved with little time or expense expended. to Fanueil Hall in Boston. We have Jon Witten. George Street 23 Being a selectman is a thankless job ———— W ‘Or So It Seems’ is a wonderful ride By DAVID CUTLER aul Steven Stone. Paul Steven Stone has scored big here. his actions and why he thinks what he thinks. Young adults. In between Stone takes us back and forth through Paul Peterson’s uncharted life. This note does not in any way. Your child cannot say “I’ll use my do over. the woman was his son’s third grade teacher. The A&P debacle and Mellons reluctance to engage in community banking (1. the two entrances to our historic town are marked by a big yellow school bus and recycled auto parts (but I do love Draco. Whatever he is. He writes with a majestic grace. Let’s look at a few. Paul wasn’t so sure he wanted to wind up on the couch since. they can take a breath. I say “there are no do over’s. “always in the room” and that is a testament to Stone’s skill as a writer and a story teller. dance studio to the Foodies Plaza. I feel this is one of the greatest gifts we could pass from one generation to the next. And to many other places as well. maybe not so obvious. a banker who provides a resource for both residential and commercial interests. We did our homework. but to a young adult. and expend countless hours of their time for compensation less than the cost of a yearly subscription to the Clipper. “I’ll take that one over. ” I don’t buy that. And in the middle we have Andre Martecchini who brings both perspectives to his decisions and often acts as Switzerland in most town debates. It is a wonderful ride. David Brudnoy. may prove to be a big help. And towns like Duxbury that strive to be idyllic must constantly struggle to strike a balance between becoming Plimouth Plantation and meeting the needs of its modern citizenry. We also have several town boards such as the Board of Appeals. does not stumble. Some people are drinking and some are not. The scene begins on page one and is not resolved until the novel ends on page 420. a wise cracking Hindu holy man named the Bapucharya. Your child decides to stay. as one critic said. Because as we all know.000+ days of an empty storefront) marked a low point in our town’s history. how to understand why. as Stone notes in his prolog. but T and other “tools” that we give them now. partially wrapped in Eastern thought. to a tiny apartment in Cambridge. Brian Cook St. our kids are the best. Peterson. In the 14 years that I have lived in Duxbury vacillating between social commentator and raving lunatic. where all this stuff comes flying at them. Our select“persons” present a very balanced array of opinions. Often he intrudes at what we think is the wrong time. But like so many of our kids they just quietly focus their energies on something that makes them happy and fortunately our town strives to provide as many as they can with that opportunity. describes as a kind of Do It Yourself Workshop.) As a real estate and zoning attorney I am asked by people: “Why am I blocked from knocking down a shed and rebuilding it. in certain situations. He is constantly assessing his station. He or she cannot use the “do over. it moves effortlessly. As usual I have been asked for the time and I am telling you how to build a clock.” On a second level “Or So It Seems” is a spiritual journey through the cosmos in what the protagonist. but I use it (or something like it) with my children.
9am .C. Historical Dig Orientation 30% OFF Serving Braintree To Provincetown Plymouth Hanover 1 Village Green 508-224-8305 781-829-0705 FREE MEASUREMENT & INSTALLATION (ON MOST PURCHASES) TM Mashpee 508-477-1170 www. and all the volunteers who worked diligently for three days. 2008 The 21st annual CoastSweep Beach Clean-up is scheduled for Saturday. The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society will host an orientation session for any volunteers interested in helping with the Society’s upcoming dig in October. This information is sent to the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup program where the data is analyzed and used to develop programs aimed at reducing marine debris world-wide. Platters & Fruit Pies ALL TAKEOUT SO YOU CAN ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS! Phone: 781. 6 to 18. call Jeanine Boyle at Battelle at 781-934-0571. Potato. The Historical Society. David Garrity.m. The co-chairmen of the Tarkiln Study Committee Tag Carpenter and Robert Emmet Cronin.– Sat.6 pm www.24 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. volunteers collected over 1600 pounds of trash from Duxbury Beach. Myrna Walsh. 27 at 1 p. Duxbury. Volunteers not only help to make Massachusetts’ shorelines and water bodies cleaner and safer.2392 Sue Cook clowns around while rolling paint onto the old clapboard sides of the former Tarkiln schools. not to build. the Duxbury Beach Preservation Society and the Jones River Landing Environmental Heritage Center. Macaroni & Cole Slaw • Boxed Lunches. Tag Carpenter climbs a ladder to reach the peak of the building. 53. Rt.Turkey. together with the First Parish Church. This time it was to spend two Saturdays and one Sunday from 8 a. In the next two days of beautiful weather. Barbara Kiley and Rick Cowen paint the side of Tarkiln on Saturday. Chicken. the Society strongly recommends that any volunteers intending to participate in the dig attend the orientation session on Sept.-12 noon on Saturday.com . 4 lected at each site. Although not absolutely mandatory. MA 02332 Open Tues. Photos courtesy of Myrna Walsh TAKE A VACATION FROM THE ORDINARY TAKE-OUT FROM BONGI’S • • • • Fried Chicken Turkey Pies Turkey Sandwiches Salads . Refreshments will be provided. 4. 23 volunteers spend 197 1/2 hours painting one half of the complex. Barbara Kiley. So make sure to bring your family and friends and lend the beach a helping hand! Volunteers can pick up collection supplies and data sheets at the east end of the Powder Point Bridge between 9 a. 147 St. For more information. A good deal of preparation work had already been dealt with in the preceding weeks. Ann Prince. The session will take place Saturday. The clean-up is part of a nation-wide effort organized by the Center of Marine Conservation in Washington D. V Volunteers Spruce Up Tarkiln Beach Cleanup Oct. at the Drew Archival Library in the Wright Building.bongis. is organizing an archaeological dig to take place at the site from Oct. Sept.m.m. but to add a fresh coat of paint to its shabby exterior.m. to 5 p.com Mary Wilbur reaches to get every spot as she paints on Saturday. The event is sponsored by Battelle. September 24. 27. Susanna Sheehan and alternate Robert Vose would like to thank Town Manager Richard MacDonald and DPW Director Peter Buttkus for helping make the project possible. but they also record information about the types and amounts of debris col- By ROBERT VOSE olunteers like the townspeople who built the Tarkiln school houses in 1871 and 1908 once again descended on the West Duxbury property to help. George Street.585.blindsunlimitedma. Oct. and the rest of the committee: Jon Witten. Last year.
” published by Houghton Mifflin Company.m. to 7 p. T h e state grantDirector of ed “prelimAssessing inary certiRichard Finnegan fication” of Duxbury’s proposed assessed values on Sept. the average change in assessed value will be approximately 2 percent. Sept.” autograph copies and show some original artwork from the new book.... Children must be kindergarten age or older and accompanied by an adult. The Assessing Department is open Mondays from 8 a.” the latest children’s picture book by award-winning author/illustrator Brian Lies... ext.m. MAssachusetts 781-934-0951 . (Per 1/2 Hour) With Coupon Only Offer Expires 1/31/09 New Students Only! NOW OPEN EXIT 17 OFF RT 3 • 210 UNION ST • BRAINTREE• 866-441-6609 Stay Put. www.m.. 29 through Friday. to 12:30 p. follows a family of book-loving bats who wing their way into the public library after hours for a night of free-for-all fun. DRUM.com “We Return Phone Calls” Licensed & Insured Lic. Seating is limited. on Sunday. 139 & Rte. Sept. slightly over two thirds have increased and about one third have decreased.m.m. Town- Assessments Available For Review wide. The assessed value listings will be available both at the Assessing Department office at Town Hall and at the Duxbury Public Library. Three-quarters of the FY 2009 single-family home assessed values will show a change from the last fiscal year that is within plus or minus 5 percent. Brian will unveil his new hybrid BATSmobile (a 2008 Toyota Prius featuring book illustrations). Free tickets are required for admission and are be available for pick up at the children’s desk. to 7 p. Church Invites All to BBQ 508-888-2478 csbbuildersinc.m. – 2:45 p. The event will launch the “Bats at the Library” national book tour and will take place in two ticketed sessions: 1 p.. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 25 The Duxbury Assessing Department is making available lists of the proposed Fiscal Year 2009 property assessments for public review and comment from Monday. Invest in Your Home. com. please contact Gwynne Zisko at 781-223-2899.us/assessing. and 3:15 – 5 p. Oct.m. “Bats at the Library.m. Dinner and dessert will be provided. Of the remaining values. Enlarge. regardless of religious affiliation.town. For more information and to RSVP.m. The actual percentage change in individual tax bills will depend on each property owner’s new proportionate share of the town’s total as- sessed value as well as the total amount of property tax revenue that will be required to operate the Town for the current fiscal year.. From Tuesday through Thursday the office hours are from 8 a. For more info contact the Assessing Department. GUITAR.Wednesday.com FREE Lessons Only $18 Ea.3D-Guitars. The new assessments will appear on the third quarter tax bills that will be issued in December of this year. 28. 18. On Friday the office hours are from 8 a.m. This social event will be held on the front lawn of the Church from 5 p. September 24. Sept. Property owners are asked to remember that a given percentage change in assessed value does not translate into a similar percentage change in the amount of taxes that a property owner will have to pay. to the First Annual Fall Kickoff Barbeque. 53 Across from It’s a Party 781-829-1144 www. VOICE OR PIANO LESSON W/Purchase of 3 Lessons 11 Schoosett Street Junction Rte. to 4 p. It is this tax revenue amount as determined by Town Meeting in combination with a variety of real estate market and new construction factors that will determine the extent to which individual tax bills will change for Fiscal Year 2009. ma. read “Bats at the Library. CS063438 Batty At The Library SAVE A PIECE OF DUXBURY HISTORY! Shop Bennett’s General Store 10% OFF DELI PURCHASE COUPON 136 Tremont Street Duxbury. The new assessed values will be used as the basis for the distribution of the property tax burden for the current fiscal year which began last July 1. This tax revenue amount will be finalized in November when the tax rate is set. They will also be available at the Assessing Department’s page on the town’s web site.m. 781-9341100.. Expand! WE SPECIALIZE IN. 115. Young readers who are batty about books won’t want to miss the premiere party at the Duxbury Free Library on Sunday.duxbury. 3. Renovate. 28 for “Bats at the Library. The new assessed values reflect the distinctive fact that Duxbury is one of only a few towns in the State that has experienced a rise in the real estate market during calendar year 2007. or gwynnzie@msn.. • Architectural Design • Custom Renovations • Kitchens & Bathrooms • In-Law Suites • Converting Capes & Ranches into Two-Story Colonials The Junior Youth Fellowship Group of the Pilgrim church of Duxbury invites all 7th and 8th graders. This has prompted the new year’s assessment of the average single family home to show an increase after having fallen slightly in the previous fiscal year.
Volunteers are needed to empty the paper bins each Wednesday after school. chicken patty on wheat or grilled cheese. and Friday: PB&J uncrustable or warm pretzel with yogurt. and choice of two: pasta salad. Extra slice for a $1. wheat dinner roll. pickles. corn. dinner roll. baked chips. Jacob Hochstein. macaroni and cheese or bagel with cream cheese. Taylor Kent. pudding. 27 Send School newS & PhotoS to calendar@clipperpress. If you would like to support Chandler School. com and type in our school number 110181 to give Chandler the credit. dinner roll. chips. crinkle fries. Innisbrook has a great selection of high quality gifts. Jell-O with topping. Thursday: Chicken nuggets. broccoli and ziti. If you have any questions. and choice of two: crinkle fries. Thursday: Fish sticks. Tuesday: Beef soft taco with cheese. salsa. Nathan Campbell. One class from each grade will be selected at random. 2008 School Lunch Menu Week of Sept. n Aug. broccoli and ziti. E-mail Ashley Stehn at (behind the recycling bin) and Gracie Campbell by the Chandler ashc215@aol. Before going home. sweet peas. juice. wheat dinner roll. glazed carrots. caesar salad. Jell-O with topping or assorted juice. chicken parmesan on wheat roll or meatball sub.innisbrook. grape juice or mixed fruit cup. Friday: Pepperoni or cheese pizza. Wednesday: Chicken salad. Daily Lunch Options: Salad bar and specialty sandwiches.934. We thank you for your continued support of Chandler School. Wednesday: Chicken. veggie tray with dip. DMS Monday: Chicken caesar wheat wrap. pudding. please visit www. Friday: French toast sticks with syrup cup. chocolates and more. glazed carrots. BLT wheat sub or PB&J uncrustable. fresh apples. 3 and your child will be entered into a raffle for his/her class to enjoy a popsicle party. apple juice or pineapples. sweet peas. Wednesday. juice. mation on volunteering. and milk. Maggie Maloney.7727 www. and milk. Please check your child’s backpack for catalogs and order forms. but we could use your help! The Hochstein and Campbell families finished in record time and had a blast. Summer Sellers. and choice of two: rice. Thursday: Soft taco. and milk. Kirsten O’Connor. juice. and milk. This is a big fundraiser for our school. September 24. tomato. steamed broccoli. gift-wrap. and milk. apple juice. Thursday: Meatball sub. Wednesday: Ravioli. and milk. Friday: Chicken. graham cracker cookie. Friday: Cheese pizza. Daily Lunch Options: Monday: Tossed salad. please contact Jessica Erickson 781-834-2308. and milk. corn. Friday: Garden salad with tuna. Please remember to send your order form back to school by Oct. Wednesday: Ravioli. juice and milk. and we appreciate any participation. 28 the now sixth graders got a tour of their classrooms and met some of the teachers. Tuesday: Macaroni and cheese. Logan Snelling. Wednesday: Stuffed crust cheese or pepperoni pizza. lemonade. orange smiles. or Elaine Haight 781-834-1829.000 pounds (approximately the weight of two elephants or 500 kids!) of recycled paper or 79 cubic yards of landfill space saved. tuna on foccacia bread or yogurt with wheat pretzel.ppbab. and milk. crunchy puffs. dinner roll. lettuce. and milk. applesauce. Eli Hochstein long. Sophie Gino and Geraldine Connolly decided to bring some style to their tour of the school’s classrooms.26 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Reservations Recommended 182 Powder Point Ave • Duxbury 781. Emma Cook. Tuesday: Buffalo twisters. Thursday: Tomato and lettuce with cottage cheese. green beans. and choice of two: wheat bread stick. O Middle Schoolers Enjoy WEB Lunch DHS Monday: Max sticks with dip. caesar salad. juice. and milk. juice. glazed carrots. juice. and milk. juice. and choice of two: veggie tray with cheese cubes. juice. grape juice. Tuesday: Caesar salad. they were treated to a pizza lunch. and milk. garden salad. Chandler Gift Wrap Fundraiser . Daily Lunch Options: Monday.com the deadline is Monday at noon. Chandler School recycled almost 12 tons of paper last year! That’s 24. grape juice.com for infor. and do not have a child in the school system. 2007 New England Chandler PTA has once again teamed up with Innisbrook Wraps for our annual fall fundraiser. Alden Monday: Mozzarella sticks with dip. crunchy puffs. and milk.recycling bins. All Lunches Served with Choice of Milk. veggie tray with dip. and milk. Extra slice for a $1. juice. They also enjoyed participating in many activities. Chandler Monday: Fish sticks. salad. This is a great project for Cub Scouts or Girl Scouts and doesn’t take very Noah Campbell.com Recommended in Karen Brown’s Guide. steamed broccoli. lemonade. cheese. apple or orange. chilled pears. fruit punch or grapes. Tuesday: Stuffed crust pizza. Tuesday and Thursday: Ham or turkey and cheese on assorted breads. juice. New and ‘Recycled’ Volunteers Wanted The Chandler School Recycling program is well and underway. Joe Guilfoile and Sam Ederle give the “thumbs up” sign –– these kids are ready for a new school year. bacon. spanish rice.
5:19 p.m. Vehicle not found. 3:18 a. Police shuttled one male party to Pembroke.m. 27 Duxbury Police Log Thursday. Ambulance transported patient to Jordan Hospital. Pembroke Police Department requested K9 assistance.m. September 11 5:01 a.m. 4:49 p. Caller reported an unknown beeping sound and the smell of smoke on River Lane. Patient treated at the scene. Patient transported to Jordan Hospital by ambulance.m. Police reported parties okay. 8:57 a.m. Motor vehicle stopped on Lincoln Street. Caller reported a violation of a trespass order on Chandler Street.m. marked lanes violation. Walk-in party requested a well being check for two male parties on the Congress Street overpass. Bureau of Criminal Investigation notified. Friday. Motor vehicle stopped on Route 3 North. Saturday.m. September 12 12:34 a. September 24.m. Motor vehicle stopped on Lincoln Street.m.m. 10:18 a. Missing item entered into the system. Monday. No injuries reported. Caller reported a suspicious party walking down Kingstown Way. 7:00 p. Fire Department reported the smoke was from a fireplace and all is okay. Caller requested an ambulance for an unresponsive male on Marshall Street. Suspicious person reported knocking at their door on Templewood Drive.m. 2:07 p. Vehicle not found. 10:19 p. Caller reported a suspicious pickup truck in his driveway on Hallsbrook Way. Caller reported a chipmunk in their home in Tremont Street. Animal control officer transported dog to hospital. N-Star notified. Vehicle tow requested for revoked insurance.m.m. Citation issued for speeding. Police reported no injuries and youths were spoken to regarding concerns for their safety. operation with a suspended license and failure to stop for police. Caller reported two young boys riding ATV’s across the road on Harrison Street and that one had fallen off. Motor vehicle stopped on Church Street. 11:36 a. Marshfield Police Department requested K9 assistance on Plain Street in Marshfield. Ambulance transported patient to Jordan Hospital.m. teacher/reading specialist Contact Leslie at (617) 605-2498 Learn more by visiting www. Caller reported hitting a deer with their motor vehicle on Tremont Street. September 17 6:56 a. Suspect gone on arrival. Caller reported loud music near the tennis courts on Alden Street creating a disturbance. age 29. Caller reported a dog hit by a motor vehicle on Chandler Street.m. Police arrested one male party.m. 3:03 p. Police spoke with party. Motor vehicle stopped on Congress Street. Caller reported a person throwing objects from a motor vehicle on Cross Street. Caller requested an ambulance on Tremont Street. 8:44 p. Caller reported a medical emergency on Union Bridge Road. September 14 12:58 a. Citation issued. September 13 12:13 a. Harbormaster reported a deceased deer in the front yard of a home on Harrison Street.m. negligent operation. Citation issued.m.m. Animal control officer notified.m.m. Caller reported a motor vehicle accident with damage to a mailbox on West Street.m. Police reported a missing license plate from a motor vehicle on Duxbury Beach Road. 7:21 p.m. September 15 4:37 a. Marshfield Police Department requested K9 assistance again on Plain Street in Marshfield.m. 5:59 p. Police advised parties to turn the music down. 4:41 p. 10:03 p.m.m. 6:22 p.Wednesday. Vehicle tow requested.m. 8:15 p. Pembroke Police Department reported an erratic motor vehicle operator on Route 3 North.net . Sunday. 11:05 p. Wednesday. Caller reported breaking and entering of a home on East Street. Animal control Hop into learning with Leap Into Literacy A program where children discover the world of books while developing early literacy skills through hands-on games and activities. Now Enrolling Pre-School Aged Children for Fall Classes Class led by Leslie Burton.m. of Lynnfield Street in Lynn for speeding. September 16 7:21 a. Tuesday. 3:05 p. Caller reported an animal bite on Depot Street. Caller reported a motor vehicle accident with property damage on Saint George Street.leapintoliteracy. Caller reported a tree on Summer Street fell on wires and that his lights are out.m. No charges filed. 11:48 a. 1:12 p. 1:42 p. 2008 Duxbury Clipper officer notified. 9:58 p.
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adult choir rehearsal. Paul’s Church of the Nazarene Rev.org Rev..m. Last Wed. 9:30 a..m.com. certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. 9:30 a.m. 4 p.org or call 781934-9092. Pilgrim Ringers early play.m. Men’s prayer group Fri.m.m.com or fax to 781-934-5917. Wired Word Bible study..org Rev... call Linda at 781-934-5774 x112. in the computer lab at the Senior Center.m.m. photo shoot of veterans with town selectmen.m. 8 a. at Mass Audubon’s North River Wildlife Sanctuary. service and Sunday school for youth to age 20. Registration fee of $150 includes lunch. Tues. At Duxbury Bay Bridge.m. 12 p.. junior youth fellowship.m. check the children’s pages on the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. an opportunity to win a 2009 Jeep Patriot. certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. ocT. Barbara Kszystyniak 781-585-9863 Sun. 9 a.. e s. United Methodist Church highstreetumc. AA meeting.. For more information. Art Exhibit and Reception. call 781-9342721 x115 or visit the library Web site duxburyfreelibrary.. Cost $10 per person. Fri. massage treatments and all day refreshments.. 2. Holy Family Church holyfamilyduxbury. sepT.org or call 781-293-7110 for a brochure.m.m.m. For more information. Friday..m.. 10:30 a. For more information.. 10 a. 11 a. devotion and prayer time.. seasonal moment. 6 p... Strength Training Class. Proceeds benefit the Girls’ Varsity Hockey Team.m.m. com. Sunday school class. contact Susan Irving at sirving@sherwoodmortgage.-4 p.12 p. alliance pot luck.m.m.. For registration visit the Web site at alden. 9:30 a. HIP. For ages 3 and under.org Rev..m. 4. at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street. John The Evangelist stjohnsduxbury. Sept..m. 6:30 p. for the “Haiga” exhibit featuring contemporary haiga.. Roots Genealogy Club..m. God-On-Tap. choir. Daily Mass: Mon. Sept. acknowledgment of towns‚ invitation to veterans and contributors.org 781.m. men’s Bible study.934-6095 Dr. 27 Car Wash and Bake Sale. at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street with Missy Walker. children through adult.com.m.m. introductions. For more information.” SenD ChurCh liStingS to religion@clipperpress. 9 a. ocT. sacred youth ministry. Senior Pastor Rev. All voices and vocal experience levels are welcome. 1:30-3:30 p.m.m. 8:30 a.... Cost is $100 per person. 6 p.m. Tues. men’s group. 9 a. 7-8:30 p.. Bonnie Conant at 781-837-8666 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. 1. Sept. ladies’ luncheon. Cost is $5 per session. i c o u rs ng s. First Parish Church duxburyuu.. 28 Art Complex Museum Reception. Sat.m.m. Oct..-12 p. 8 a. David Woods 781-585-8295 Sun.. saTurday. Eloise Parks preaching. 6 p.m. Sept. worship/ church school.m.. For more information. publish ed on ux bu ry-b ase r items a re Ca le n da merci a l D om is fo r n on-c Preference ms by le n d a r i te s@ Se nd c a ve n t r id ay t o e no on F .m. senior high youth group.m. 9:30 a. Cost is $12 for Mass Audubon members. Wednesday.. followed by a snack and art project.m. at the ACM. and 10:30 a. recorders. 7:30 p. 10 a. 6:45 a. at 539 Summer Street. DivorceCare and DivorceCare for Kids.. Sun.org Rev. sepT.m.m. service. Sun. Oct. 25. 5 p.m. Registration is not required. Fri. Burnt Toast Bi-Weekly.m. commence ceremony. the DeaDline is Friday at noon. Wed. call “Rink” Ringquist at 781-934-2879... sunday.. 1 p..m. 9 a. 10 a. and $15 for nonmembers. at the Duxbury Senior Center with Gayle Loik. Monday. sepT. For preschoolers with an adult. Sept. 10 a. Pre-registration is required by calling 781-934-6634 x15. Journey Community of Faith journeycf. Pre-registration is required. a non-profit organization in the celebration of its eighth year providing alternative healing to the community.. worship service and Sunday school. 7 p. said.m.-1 p.. morning prayer.m.m.. Enjoy raffles. followed by fellowship.. Visit haven-for-healing.org Rev.m. Tuesday. 2:15 p. 9-12:30 p.m. of the month.m. Pre-registration is required. Church of St.m. rehearsal.m. sepT..m. Bible study. Drop In Story Time. 28. of each month.m.m. is a collaboration with the Art Complex Museum and the Duxbury Free Library and will be on display through Oct. 26.m.. Ford Center at Miramar.. 10 a. ocT.. 27. 7 p. 1 C l i pp e r uni t y C omm r a C a le n d A cal e Du x b u n d a r f o r me e t r y e ve n t s . 7 a.m-6 p.m. Sean McLaughlin.. 8:30 p..m.m. 9 a. 1. Holy Eucharist and Healing.... book club. Sept. 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a. 9-12:30 p. Thurs.. St.. Todd Vetter. For more information. Mon. call Lee at 781-585-9242. guitarist and vocalist. morning worship with Pastor Karen Troxler speaking. 10-11:30 a. Catherine Cullen 781-934-6532 Sun. 11:30 a. Thursday.m. Business Networking Group..m. 10 a. Evening prayer group Wed. Cost is $7.m. Pilgrim Church pilgrimchurchofduxbury. caring connection meeting.-Fri. at the Duxbury Free Library..m. 30 Toddler Tales. 9:30 a. Mon. The exhibit “A Picture Tells a Thousand Words Art. buffet.m. at the Duxbury Free Library. 10 a.. For more information. HIP parent meeting.m. Tues. Wed. 25. Gather ‘Round Story Time. 7 p. 2 Laying of the Wreath Ceremony.-3 p. 9:15 a. 11 a. For more information. Friday Night Entertainment... which are Japanese paintings that accompany haiku. ringers rehearsal. 3 Bird Watcher’s Club. September 24.m. Pilgrim childcare and preschool. Sun. Fri. Wed. and $15 for nonmembers. Kendra Vaughan Hovey 508-922-1666 Metaphysical services are held twice per month.m.-8 p.m.m..m. 10:30 a.. at the Winsor House on Washington Street. Associate Pastor 781-934-6591 Church office hours. Discuss books. 2 p.. 5 p. guitarist and vocalist..” inspired by books and literature. call 781-934-2731 x4. 25 Strength Training Class. and v dance s o o pp o r l u n te e r t uni t ie s ! Drawing Class.. meets weekly and produces a literary newspaper..m..m.m. Cost is $7. and 8:30 a.m.. 12:30 p.m. Bryan Parrish 781-934-5055 Weekend Mass: Sat.m. 1.m. il a a sp ace av a d even ts . 10:30 a. call 781-9342721 x115 or visit the library Web site duxburyfreelibrary.. Bible study. 29. at the Duxbury Free Library. Sept.. 12 p. Stemming the tide of violence . Lunch will be provided by the Silent Chef of Scituate.... A Course in Miracles. For more information. senior choir rehearsal.. kids klub.. 8:30 a.m.2 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday.. Condon commencement prayer. Sept. The rosary is prayed after daily Mass. Exnos Chaplain Rev. call 781-934-6634 x12. Friday.m. . Eloise Parks. children’s missions jamboree at South Shore Christian Academy in Weymouth. evenings. 11:15 a.. sepT.. Thurs. family Mass. rehearsal at the Performing Arts Center. 7:30-9:30 p..m. 8:15 a.m..m. at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street with Missy Walker. org.m.com Rev. call 781-934-5774 x15. Senior Citizens Club. Wed. worship-Rev.m.m. 3:45 p. bells.org Rev. children and youth choir rehearsal in the evening. 6 a. 10:30 a. 7 p. 5:30 p. 7 a. denominational affairs. 4:45 p. 7 p.. First Mon.m.m. 10:30 a. Stories and Art for Preschoolers and Toddlers. 10 a.. For more information..m. 10 a. Snug Harbor Community Chorus.org.m.. a seventeensyllable poem usually describing a fleeting. Friday Night Entertainment... at Camp Kiwanee on Route 58 in Hanson. 2008 Religious services First Baptist fbcd. 7:30 p.. adult choir rehearsal. Meets in the morning at the Kingsbury Club. at the ACM. pp e r p re s s cli ble b asis.m. Sat. Wed. For ages 2 and under. 9:30 a. 28. 9 a. Holy Eucharist.m. Sunday school and Bible studies for all ages. sepT. at the Winsor House on Washington Street.m. 7 p. 8 p. Oct. immediately following morning worship. call John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. mulligans.m. at the Duxbury Free Library.. Come support the Haven for Healing. 9-10:30 a.. 1 p. at the Duxbury Yacht Club Golf Course.org.. 4 p..org. For more information. Attention All Women.. 6:30-8:30 p. Cocktails. former art teacher and Duxbury resident. of each month dinner is served at Mainspring Shelter... RE committee meeting... donated by Schucks Seafood Catering of Marshfield.. 8:30 a. junior choir. Admission is free but seating is limited. Thurs. Sept. call John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. 9-10:30 a.. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament... Wed. c l a s s e s. at the Duxbury Free Library. 9 a.. call 781-934-5774 x15. at the Winsor House.. David Troxler 781-585-3419 Thurs. check the children’s pages on the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. Roy Tripp 781-934-6523 Sun. volunteering at Pine Street Inn. For more information. For registration. 10 a.. 7:30 p.m.m. 6 p... w p l ays o r k sh o p s. Registration is not required. Oct. 29 Aldens On Par Golf Tourney. Sept.m. 28.m. “Elijah-Obedience in a Threatening World. Mon. commencement speech by town selectmen. 7:30 p. sewing group. featuring a raw bar. For more information. Kevin Cassidy Sun. raffle and an awards ceremony will take place at the “19th Hole Reception” immediately following the tournament at the Duxbury Senior Center. 10 a. Registration is not required. meets each week through Dec.m. Cost is $12 for Mass Audubon members. bridge circle. at Mass Audubon’s North River Wildlife Sanctuary...c om . Begins with a story. Thurs.. silent auction. 31. 6:30 p. at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street. Sean McLaughlin. 27. Japanese Tea Ceremony. check the children’s pages on the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. For more information. Teen Discussion Group. 30. 26 Bird Watcher’s Club. Third Fri. First Church of Wicca firstchurchofwicca. with choir and hymns. 7-8 p. babysitting available at 8:30 and 10 a.m. Daytime Bible study Thurs.. Burnt Toast Bi-Weekly.-5 p..-Fri.m.. Route 53. adult choir. meets weekly and produces a literary newspaper..m... at the ACM.-Sat. 6:30 a. at the Duxbury Free Library. First Church of Christ Scientist 781-934-6434 Sun.m.. For more information. Thursday. worship.m. Brockton... at the Senior Center. call 781-9345740. films and relevant issues of the day. 9:45 a. Edwin D. 2:30 p.
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Meets on Thursdays.” Carrie Meier Tremont Street “I’m not a Sarah fan at all! I think she is a lovely woman who should be running for Mother of the Year. The event is sponsored by Battelle.org.m. call John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. For more information. Event is free. enjoying a Bento Box Lunch.m. educated. a seventeen-syllable poem usually describing a fleeting. 5.. and 10-11. Meets on Wednesday mornings at the Kingsbury Club. ages 3 and under..-12 noon on Saturday. 2003. 2 p. 10:30 a.m. Bird Watcher’s Club. Cost is $12 for Mass Audubon members.-12 p. 7 p. call 781934-2721 x125 or visit the Web site duxburyfreelibrary. Steve Loring. Thurs. on Sat. Class is $6. Amy MacKinnon.. Wednesdays.org.. Programs include: Toddler Tales. For online registration or more information. Registration is required by calling 781-934-6634 x15. call Linda at 781-9345774 x112. 16. based on Galileo’s book “Siderius Nuncius” . meets on Fridays at Mass Audubon’s North River Wildlife Sanctuary. For more information. Mon.an excellent. 18 and is open to kids born between Jan. Galileo Galilei/The Starry Messenger Program. 9-10 a.. Oct. 4 and is open to kids born between Jan. Art Complex Museum Exhibit. flower arranging. For more information. For more information.. Sean McLaughlin. 7:30-9:30 p. providing a chance to look through his telescope and ask questions about his work. call Judi Vose at 781934-3283 or Jim Savicki at 781-5858041. com. ages 1318. For more information. and $15 for non-members.com. contact Mike Francis at 617-861-0743 or email mfrancis@hotmail. Featured guest poet Rick Meier. Watercolor Painting Class. I like Joe!” Dee Foley Visitor from Albany.m. Oct. For more information.m. Burnt Toast Bi-Weekly. No registration required. call Linda at 781934-5774 x112.... 9 a. Cross Ice 1 begins Oct. life and times. Scheduled to run thru Nov. the Duxbury Free Library presents Joshua Kendall. Meets on the first Friday of each month at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street at 9:30 a.” Refreshments will be served. author of “The Man Who Made Lists. call 781-934-2721 x108.com.m.. call State Representative Thomas Calter’s office at 617-7222305. Love. Oct. For an appointment or for more information. call Linda at 781-934-5774 x15.m. I think Joe Biden is a good choice because of his foreign policy experience. 10 a.. Sun. The program. A weekly study group discussing the book that has attracted national attention. 7-8:30 p. 2003. 9-10:30 a. Fridays. Rep..m. Nov. 7 p. Cross Ice 2 begins Oct. The “Haiga” exhibit will feature contemporary haiga. Admission is free.m. 9:30 a. For more information call 1-781-934-2721 x100 Cross Ice Hockey Programs. At the Bog in Kingston. a mock documentary about a folk singer running for the Senate. For more information. followed by question and answer sessions where Galileo meets the audience. or owned a copy of Roget’s Thesaurus? Joshua Kendall reveals the story behind the writing of the original. Activities for this day relaxation. For more information... At the Duxbury Free Library. a 4-week class at the Duxbury Senior Center with Gayle Loik. 9. All voices and vocal experience levels are welcome. Oct. 19.com. call 781-9342721. 2 p. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 3 By Question of the Week Sarie Booy How do you feel about the VP picks? “I think Sarah Palin is totally inadequate to become vice president or president. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Nov. check the children’s pages on the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. Death. Sustainable Duxbury. For more information. at the Duxbury Free Library.m. on Thursdays at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street with Missy Walker.m. New York “I’m so liberal! I’m glad to see a woman running for the highest job in the country. visit the Web site duxburyyouthhockey. NIA Holistic Movement Class. call 781 585-6007. Sessions will be tailormade to address the individual needs of our patrons. 31.m. at Bay Path in Duxbury. “Shelley Gave Jane a Guitar. Oct. Oct.. at the Duxbury Free Library and produces a literary newspaper.org. Sunday Salon. call 781-934-2721 x115 or visit the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. Calter Office Hours. September 24. For more information. however I don’t think that Sarah Palin is qualified enough. for preschoolers. ongoing Drop In Storytimes.m.” Who hasn’t seen.. ages 2 and under. at the Zone Theater.” Mary Ann Fandel St.-11 a. call Jeanine Boyle at Battelle at 781-934-0571.” Free tickets will be available at the library and the bookshop two weeks before the event. Refreshments will be provided. 1.. 7:30 p. harmony and creativity include traditional Japanese Sweet-making.m. For more information. a complimentary screening at the Duxbury Senior Center with Strecker Eye Care Center from Cohasset... For more information. 1999 and Dec. George Street “It is my fervent hope that we all will make our decisions thoughtfully and base these decisions on the candidates’ proven experience. Cross Ice 2 includes an additional 50 minute ice session during the week. at the Duxbury Free Library. Admission is free. Meets on Wednesdays at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street from 7-8:30 p. long-time Duxbury resident. Tuesdays. Wed. For reservations call 1-800-290-6825 .m.. Oct. Oct. well-seasoned candidate! For Sarah Palin. 9. For more information.. For more information. Cost is $7. 31. you name it we will help.” an evening of comedy one acts — starring Duxbury’s Theresa Chaisson seen here with Marie Miller of Marshfield.m. 10 a. 4. Cost is $39 for 4 weeks. MacKinnon will read from her debut novel.m. participating in a tea ceremony. Cost is $65 per person. visit the St.m. Book a Librarian. Meets on the second Thursday of every month from 7-8:30 p. Poetry Circle. Sponsored by St. Oct. Registration and parental permission is required for all participants.m.m. Both programs run until mid March 2009. Friday nights at the Winsor House on Washington Street. 4 p. 3-4. Featured film is “Bob Roberts” (US 1992) directed by Tim Robbins.org. 10 a.m. at the Duxbury Free Library.Wednesday. the Duxbury Beach Preservation Society and the Jones River Landing Environmental Heritage Center. Fourth Friday Film. Divorce Care for Teens. For information e-mail Susan Irving at sirving@ sherwoodmortgage. Candy Cane Fair.m. 7-9 p. at the Senior Center. call the library at 781-934-2721 x125 or visit the Web site duxburyfreelibrary.m. Holiday Concert will be performed at the Performing Arts Center. Meets on Fridays at the Senior Center. Local Author Book Signing. For registration or more information. Oct.m. Sun.org. will read from his newly published book.m.. certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. Strength Training Class. call 781-9346591 x141 or e-mail PilgrimDC4T@ aol. call 781934-2721 x108. the Pilgrim Church of Duxbury will be offering a support group for teens. “Tethered. John The Evangelist Episcopal Church. If she’s allowed to pick the Supreme Court justices it could hurt all the civil rights reforms we have made. Madness and the Creation of Roget’s Thesaurus. For more information. 10 a. call Lee at 781-585-9242..m. Snug Harbor Community Chorus. Fri.. 19. at the Performing Arts Center. God On Tap. Thurs.. The 12-week program is open to the community. seasonal moment.. 9. and Gather ‘Round Story Time. former art teacher and Duxbury resident.. and 10:30 a. call 781934-5774 x15. Seating is limited. Cataract and Glaucoma Screening. located at 822 Webster Street in Marshfield. 24. Stories and Art for Preschoolers and Toddlers. includes a public lecture by Galileo.” Lee Mayfield Tremont Street “For Joe Biden. Poetry Circle Celebration. For more information. Wed. 6:30-8 p. Meets on the first Thursday of each month at the ACM from 10-11:30 a. For more information. Dec.. Mondays. For more information or a registration form. Fri. 10:30 a. calculated. Senior Citizens Club. 7. Sun. Thurs. Oct. Tech Talk.m. 26.m.. guitarist and vocalist. used. Pre-registration is required. Cost is $5 per session.m. Friday Night Entertainment.m.Please meet at the east end of the Powder Point Bridge between 9 a. Duxbury Free Library and Westwinds Bookshop present local author and rising literary star. A Course in Miracles. 9-12:30 p. Volunteers are needed in this nationwide effort to remove debris and prevent pollution in our oceans..-3 p. is involved with the production staff. The Reference Department at the Duxbury Free Library is offering 30. John’s website at stjohnsduxbury.minute one-onone sessions to assist patrons in their life long learning quests.m. Come and see what’s technically new at the library. 20. at the ACM.m.. at the Duxbury Free Library.
13 Sept. 11 Sept.S. Call Greg Chandler 781-585-4426 or e-mail gchan20@aol.” They were singing Joy.m. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 7 Oct.duxbury. Bell is tolled and/or rifle salute 12:00 Photo shoot of Veterans with Town Selectmen. and triumph are all ultimately mellow. 23 Sept. Sign up and purchase tickets online at duxburyyouthsoccer. 24 Sept. 29 Nov. but the performers had to make it real. 29 Oct.m. It’s not too soon to begin planning for the Holiday Pops Concert Saturday and Sunday.) and 14 (3 p. 19 Sept. September 24.Hitting classes for ages 8 and up End Game . Tag lines for the works of masters are often added by others long after the composition itself. 10 Sept. 29 Oct. and Faith. 26 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Sept.frozenropes. 23 Sept. Acknowledgment of towns‚ invitation to veterans and contributors 11:30 a. 16 Oct. and march through the hall to the well known music.C. 14 Oct. now that I know what the real thing sounds like. 11 Sept. 29 Oct.ma.Quincy Whitman-Hanson over Dux Dux over Silver Lake Scituate Middleboro Hingham Hanover Rockland Randolph All League Meet GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY Pembroke over Dux Quincy/N. There will be a tailgate party starting at 5:30 p. 29 Nov.m. another trombone. No big deal.m. Some are coming from great distances to attend this very meaningful event. 21 Oct. 16 Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Sept. The Honor Guard from the U. 10 Oct. Taps will be sounded and the bell tolled. 21 (Elvira Madigan) and Mendelssohn’s Symphony No.” in which all the children bring a new toy to be donated to charity.com for more information. 12 Sept. 27 at 7:30 p. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 19 Sept. Pianist Sangwook Park will join the Phil for the evening. Sept. another horn. 20 Oct.m. DYS will provide hamburgers. Peace.com DHS Athletic Department • 781-934-7668 www. 7 Nov. 28 Sept. 15 Oct. followed by remarks. 23 Sept. 2 Oct. 3 Sept. and a delightful “March of the Toys. 23 Oct. 11 Sept. . This concert is a great way to bring youngsters to hear symphonic and choral music when they can relax and enjoy. munchies and desserts. 3. Parking is free. 24 Oct. 3 Sept. it was as if thy weren’t “singing German. 8 Oct. 29 Oct. Commence ceremony: USS Constitution Ceremonial Guard carries wreath to middle of bridge. condiments and paper goods.Continuing instruction & game play for ages 6-7 Speed Ball .com/plymouth Email: plymouth@frozenropes. 8 Oct. Scottish Symphony.m.Pitching classes for ages 8 and up Please visit our website for a full schedule of events 508-830-1430 www. Dragons Fall Sports Schedule Revised as of September 22 1-0 2-0 3-0 7:00 2:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 TBA 10:00 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 TBA 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 TBA 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 11:00 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 Sept. 8 Oct. Father Ed Condon. 27 Sept. 25 Sept. 23 Sept.m. 17 Oct. 6 Oct. Director) and the Federal Furnace School Treble Choir (Kathy McMinn. 24 Sept. 19 Oct. 6 Oct. Chaplain says prayer Guard places wreath in bay. 3 Sept. 2008 Plymouth Phil a hit continued from page one matic force.. 4 Sept. 17 Oct. 15 Oct. more intimately expressing each word and tone to me. 3 Oct. I know this is partly Beethoven and Schiller’s (who wrote the poem “To Joy”) genius. 29 Oct. 5 Sept. 24 Sept. 14 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct.” not loud. I knew that they knew exactly what they were singing in German. 18 Sept. 13 (8 p. 10 Oct. rolls. and richly expressive. 10 Oct. 16 Sept. 16 Sept. There might be dramatic reasons for blaring in a piece. The Plymouth Philharmonic. 22. hot dogs. The New World Chorale under the direction of Holly MacEwen Krafka and John Zielinski filled the hall with sound clear. 7 Oct. the soloists. The Revolution will be taking on the Columbus Crew. but never in this one. Expect your Holiday favorites. Soloists and choir alike. Introductions 10:30 a.4 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. 7 Oct.us • click Athletic Dept. 6 Oct. 5 Sept. I will never again blare the Ninth in my car. Richter. I’ve never heard choir sections more personally engaged in their musical statement. and the wreath will be deployed. The evening will present Bartok’s Romanian Folk Dances. High BOYS’ SOCCER Dux over Quincy Dux over Scituate Silver Lake over Dux Hingham over Dux Whitman-Hanson Hanover Middleboro Randolph Rockland North Quincy Pembroke Hingham Quincy Scituate Silver Lake Whitman-Hanson Plymouth North Marshfield GIRLS’ SOCCER Dux over Quincy Dux over Hingham Dux over Scituate Dux over Silver Lake Whitman-Hanson Hanover Middleboro Rockland North Quincy Pembroke Hingham Quincy Scituate Randolph Silver Lake Whitman-Hanson Plymouth North Marshfield 246-253 196-199 215-225 192-223 180-187 199-235 198-208 Home Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Away 4-2 2-1 2-0 3-0 Home Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home 9-0 6-0 4-1 4-0 Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 3:15 3:30 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 3:15 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 6:30 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 6:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 4:45 7:00 5:00 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4:45 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:30 4:00 3:30 3:30 7:00 6:30 5:00 6:30 DYS night at the Revolution Duxbury Youth Soccer will hold a night at the New England Revolution game Saturday. 22 Sept.m.Instruction and game play for ages 5-6 Super Rookie League . full. 9 Sept. 31 Nov. but the association has grown so strong that even serious music geeks call it the Elvira Madigan concerto without irony. and the New World Chorale expressed this wonderfully. 23 Oct. Tickets are $30 each and are category 1 seats. Ceremonies will open with the National Anthem at about 9:30 a. 2 Oct.m. 20 Sept. 18 Sept. 14 Oct. 23 Sept. More than 100 former crew members from the ship are expected. 19 Sept. Constitution will escort a memorial wreath to be dropped into the bay in a traditional Navy ceremony. 18 Sept. 26 Sept. Commencement Speech by town selectmen 11:15 a. Now on the South Shore! New programs begin the week of September 22 e worldwide leader in baseball & so ball training has a new home! Find us at the SOUTH SHORE FIELD HOUSE – 340 Oak Street Pembroke – Born to Play Club .Quincy over Dux Whitman-Hanson over Dux Dux over Silver Lake Scituate Middleboro Hingham Hanover Rockland Randolph All League Meet FIELD HOCKEY Marshfield over Dux Dux over Hingham Hopkinton over Dux Dux over Middleboro Hanover over Dux Pembroke Scituate Silver Lake Hingham Middleboro Hanover Notre Dame Bishop Fenwick Pembroke Scituate Marshfield Notre Dame Silver Lake 27-24 15-0 28-7 Home Away Home Away Away Home TBA Away 26-30 20-38 19-39 19-46 Home Home Away Away Away Away TBA 16-43 17-44 Home Home Away Away Away Away TBA 4-3 2-1 1-0 9-0 1-0 Away Away Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home BOYS’ GOLF Sandwich over Dux Dux over Hingham Dux over Scituate Dux over Silver Lake Dux over Whitman-Hanson Dux over Middleboro Dux over Hanover Quincy Sandwich Rockland North Quincy Pembroke Hingham Xaverian Quincy Scituate Silver Lake Whitman-Hanson Barnstable B. sides. 8 Oct. What’s next? Steven and the Phil come again to Duxbury. and the Divine. Exnos Chaplain Rev. 21 Oct.org. Mozart’s “Elvira Madigan” predated the film by a couple of centuries. The singing of the Navy Hymn by guest soloist Eve Montague will signal the beginning of the more somber part of the traditional ceremony. Above all. 16 Sept.S. 11 Sept. the Performing Arts Center for one show Saturday.). Dec. Director). 21 Oct. 16 Sept. Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 14 Oct. Families can bring drinks. if Beethoven wanted more “forte” he added another musician. 14 Nov. dark power and shock. transcendent beauty (i. 26 Oct. 9 Sept. Condon Commencement Prayer 11 a. 2 Oct. 22 TBA FOOTBALL Dux over Xaverian Dux over Bridgewater-Ray Dux over Plymouth North Hanover Quincy Hingham (Homecoming) Scituate Whitman-Hanson Silver Lake Patriot Bowl Marshfield BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY Dux over Pembroke Dux over Quincy/N. USS Duxbury reunion continued from page one other service men and women who are no longer with us. For the Ninth. 13 Oct.K12. the third movement). Nov. 21 Oct. and still be kids. normally $37. 17 Oct. 14 Oct.m. a whole choir. 18 Sept. Of course. 24 Sept.e. 22 Sept.Game play designed to enhance speed of play for ages 8-9 Scope & Rope . 16 Sept.Beginners baseball for players ages 3-5 Rookie League . a Retired Navy Chaplain and a member of the Duxbury Ex Navos (Ex Naval Officers) will offer a prayer Reunion Schedule 9 a. The show includes the Pilgrim Festival Chorus (William B. 10 Oct. “Forte” in music means “strong. Edwin D.
Cross went for the end zone with just over BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL: Running-back Shane Dibona takes advantage of the blocking of QB Sean Cross (#8). and an incomplete pass on third down had the Dragons at the PN 30 on fourth down. Duxbury displayed a varied attack that was aided by the return of senior receiver Ian Whitney. 7 Opening Friday night’s game with four consecutive passes for 82 yards and a TD.” said Maimaron.).Wednesday. Cross marched the Dragons right down the field with junior Bobby Murphy collecting three passes for 43 yards and the ball on the 15.” said Maimaron. then Coach Dave Maimaron has a simple strategy: stop our passing game. It took Duxbury less than CROSSING UP THE EAGLES: Duxbury QB Sean Cross looks over the Plymouth North defense during Friday night’s 28-7 win. After a Murphy run and a penalty put the ball at the PN 48. Neither team could do anything to get on the scoreboard in the third quarter. Cross threw for close to 300 yards in the non-league game. . Duxbury called Dibona’s number on first down that resulted in a 24-yard gain. and if they want to jam everyone in the box we’ll throw. SportS editor SportS@duxBuryclipper. “We’ll take what anyone wants to give us. Flynn dropped back and couldn’t believe his eyes. Faced with a third down and 11 yards to go.” The Dragons now have a week off before returning to action next Friday night when they entertain Hanover at 7 p. but the Eagles did go into a no-huddle offense that did move the ball before petering out on a fourth down pass attempt. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 5 Dragons’ Den Sports Editor Mike Halloran • sports@duxburyclipper. and the hard-throwing baseball sensation had his team at midfield in no time. “We had the guys out there that can catch the ball for us. With third-year QB Sean Cross at the controls. Cross took the snap and rifled an out pass on the left side to Whitney. the Dragons methodically wore down Plymouth North and walked away with a 28-7 non-league win for their third straight victory. so we used them. Photos by Mike Halloran 10 seconds showing on the clock. so if want to go cover the pass we’ll run Shane. as Dibona and Cross moved the ball 24 yards into Eagle territory for a first down at the 36. but he was intercepted as the clock expired. the Duxbury defense took over. A one-yard loss by Dibona.). An eight-yard slant to Savard put the ball at the 28.com Plymouth North gets caught in Cross fire Plymouth North got wise to Cross on the second series. Startzell’s PAT put the Dragons ahead 21-7 with 8:45 left in the game. stepping in front of a Flynn pass at the Duxbury 40-yard line for an interception The passing game was now loosening up the PN defense. sacking the senior QB for 22 yards in losses and forcing a punt that put the Eagles in great field position at the Duxbury 43-yard line. With 2:45 to go in the half. as running back Jamie Woods slipped down the left sideline all alone and hauled in the pass that led to a 7-7 tie with 2:28 left in the quarter. setting up the go-ahead score. WELCOME BACk: Senior Ian Whitney returned to the lineup and had an immediate impact with two TD receptions. and Whitney to make it 7-0 after Ben Startzell’s PAT split the uprights. The Eagles took just six plays to move the ball down to the Duxbury 31-yard line. September 24.) Matt Savard (31 yds. who cut back to the middle and broke a pair of tackles while racing into the end zone. and Mike Gilbody (#72).” The Eagles countered with senior Joe Flynn behind center. but a 10-yard sack by senior linebacker Kyle Gavoni and a tipped pass by Cully ended the drive with 6:12 showing on the clock. but the drive stalled when Dibona sacked Flynn for a 10-yard loss that eventually forced a punt.m. but the senior calmly held his ground and looked back to his left where he found a wideopen Cross swinging out of the backfield and down the sideline after hauling in Dibona’ pass for the TD. Senior linebacker Chris Norling got the Dragons off on the right foot to start the second quarter. In obvious fourth down territory. lofting a pass downfield to a totally uncovered Cully who waltzed into the end zone for the final score of the game. Holding a 14-7 lead. “They [PN] were taking the run away from us and had everyone up in the box. Duxbury 28 Plymouth No. A direct snap to Dibona had the Eagles in pursuit. “Cross is a capable QB and we’ve got capable receivers. who caught two TD passes including a 15-yarder on the first drive of the game. two minutes to march down the field after the opening kickoff. a five-yard gain by Murphy. Ben Urann (#55). Hakeem Leckey (15 yds. Cross sold the perfect fake on a hand-off to Dibona and rolled to his right. as senior Quinn Cully sacked Flynn for a nine-yard loss that killed their drive and forced a punt down to the 15-yard line. as Cross hit Dibona (21 yds. Starting on its own 42yard line with 10:57 left in the game.com If teams continue to stack the line of scrimmage to prevent senior Shane Dibona from running at will. By mike halloran.
Photos by Mike Halloran LUCkY 13: Sophomore Emily Gallagher beats her Silver Lake defender to the ball. the Dragons get right back to work on Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. as he jumped in front of McManus and headed a perfectly placed chip to the goalie’s left for a 1-0 lead.6 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. beside a selected few. You have your captain trying to talk and nothing changes. We just didn’t seem to care. 4-0. who had the ability to put that streak in jeopardy. By mike halloran. You saw it. as she hammered a low shot to left of a diving Taylor Grifa that found its way to the back of the net for the final score of the game.” said Coach Emerson Coleman. Lady Dragons continue to crush theiropponents The Duxbury girls’ soccer team’s streak of four straight wins might be over by the time the Clipper hits the newsstands. and shutout Silver Lake. A Sangster pivot on a throw-in almost tied the game at the 21-minute mark. 2008 Boys soccer hits bottom vs Hingham It’s been a rough start to the 2008 season for the DHS boys’ soccer team A late rally beat an inferior Quincy to start the season. Caitlin Burke got the next serious scoring bid for the Lady Dragons when her shot went just wide of the net with 12:05 to go in the half. as captain Megan Morris came flying down the left wing and sent a shot past goaltender Emily Brock that just missed the far post. They have to want it themselves and we’re missing that right now. thanks to sophomore Hanna Dwinell. and were shutout in consecutive outings versus Silver Lake (2-0) and Hingham (3-0). We changed our formation and that should have helped. McManus was at his best with six minutes to go when he dove and made consecutive point-blank saves to keep the game scoreless and from getting out of hand. Duxbury Silver Lake 4 0 Duxbury wasted little time in showing the Lakers why they have out-scored op- UP FOR GRABS: Midfielder Carly Donovan (#16) battles Silver Lake’s kellie Gomes for a 50/50 ball during Thursday evening’s 4-0 win over the Lakers. the score was nil-nil at halftime The first few minutes of the second half only got worse for Duxbury.com to this week’s action. September 24.” said a disgruntled Tocci. when they entertain Hanover. Hingham had heart and they cared. The Lady Dragons were sporting a 4-0 record prior By mike halloran. as senior Liz Desmond scored in the first two minutes for a 1-0 lead. Direct kicks and corners were becoming common place for the Harbormen. There is no way that was a 3-0 game against them. They all want to win.com Hingham Duxbury 3 0 “We’re really just missing our heart right now. but the Dragons were getting beat to every 50/50 ball. they squeezed out a one-goal win over Scituate. Photo by Mike Halloran a shot over the Duxbury net. We had miss-hit after miss-hit and nobody was stepping up and talking enough. but Dwinell didn’t miss her bid five minutes later and made it 3-0 to demoralize the Lakers. and rarely tested the Harbormen’s netminder. as the Hingham forward picked up a rebound and fired a shot into the left corner past a fallen McManus. as Hingham’s Brett Canepa put on a show and dribbled in close to chip LEAPING LIZARDS: Hingham’s Federico kelly evades the tackle of sophomore Brett Sahlberg. After facing WhitmanHanson on Monday. In just four games Head Coach John Tocci has seen enough. It didn’t take long for Duxbury to make it 2-0. but everyone got lazier. “I love the way we started the game by scoring two goals. “There are not enough kids. as the hosts dominated play and kept the Dragons from registering a shot until the 20-minute mark. so I told the kids that we are a much better team when we go strong for 80 minutes. At the 31:40 mark Burke didn’t waste this opportunity.” .” Saturday morning’s game with Hingham was there for the taking. ponents 19-1 in the first three games. but it would be the only serious Duxbury bid in the second half before Hingham’s Joseph Eisenbies fired a perfect shot over a wall and into the far corner to make the score 2-0 A Jack Boland goal ended the day for Duxbury. the Lakers picked it up 10 minutes later. Overall this was a great team effort and we got some goals from players we don’t expect them from. SportS editor SportS@duxBuryclipper. Duxbury goalie Dan McManus had to be on his guard for most of the morning. who nailed a shot at the 8:06 mark to temporarily discourage the Lakers. but on Monday night they hosted #2 ranked Whitman-Hanson. but we aren’t getting the effort.m. Every kid was working hard. Just minutes later the junior forward was at it again. SportS editor SportS@duxBuryclipper. Despite Hingham’s dominance. but they still only maintained a one- goal margin midway through the final half. that are working hard enough for us to win. Their only serious scoring bid came with 10 minutes left in the half when junior Dan Sangster beat three defenders down the field and rifled a shot that just went wide of the far post. “We didn’t play to our potential in the first 20 minutes of our game with Scituate. but they continued to make things look easy last week as they knocked off Scituate. I can’t be in their heads and be their cheerleader. Rather than fold its tent. Senior Stacia Boynton had a glittering chance to score in the opening minute of the second half. 4-1. but her redirect slid past the right post.
on Saturday in CT… Catherine Dunphy Sophomore Catherine Dunphy (DHS ’07) was the lone singles winner (6-2/6-1) for Emmanuel in a 7-2 tennis loss to Suffolk… Sophomore Kyle Harasimowicz (DHS ’07) and his Harvard University football team rallied for a 25-24 win over Holy Cross on Friday night in the first night football game in Harvard Stadium history… Junior Garrett Sprague (DHS ’06) and his UMaine-Farmington soccer team evened their record to 2-2 with a 3-1 win over Maine Maritime…Junior Alicia Chandler (DHS ’06) and her Westfield State soccer team knocked off Framingham State. to raise their record to 5-1… Sophomore Kerri Connolly (DHS ’07) shot a 3-round Alicia Chandler total of 257. September 24. making a run for the league title more difficult for the Dragons. National Equestrian Qualifier Freshman Kelly Murphy (DHS ’08) is one of three goalkeepers in a rotation for the Cornell U. Todd. In the girls’ race. Michael’s Jordyn krall Purple & Gold Classic… Sophomore Chris Flaherty (DHS ’07) is a member of the Tufts U. Swem and Teddy Bear not only qualified. Brust (5th/15:20) and Bray (6th/16:59) completed the rout for a decisive 19-46 win. to finish in a time of 19:32. 5-1. Dacey (3rd/16:00). SportS editor SportS@duxBuryclipper. In the boys’ race. SC last week… Freshman Danielle Antonellis (DHS ’08) and her WPI field hockey team lost a 2-1 OT thriller to Worcester State to even their record at 3-3… Freshman Colleen Connolly (DHS ’08) and her UConn field hockey team remain undefeated at 7-0 after wins over Princeton and Providence… Freshman Jordyn Krall (DHS ’08) and her UNH soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Oregon State on Friday afternoon in NH… Freshman Tom Perekslis (DHS ’08) finished 5th out of 32 runners in the 5th Annual St. Mark Brust (8th/16:10). They had little trouble with their hosts. W-H senior Pat Taft won in a time of 14. as the U. Rader led the girls’ race from start Robin Rader was victorious in the girls’ race. as they recorded their first win of the year against the Lakers. as McKinley (15:23) took first with a 28second win over Silver Lake’s Jeremy Smith (15:51). A FISHY STORY: Ron Scolamiero and his five sons. followed by teammates Tyler Sullivan and Pat Egan. 17-7. Abby Greer and Jordina Thorp. followed by Anne Steele (7th/20:00). Swem started riding at the age of seven and still trains with Carl Catani. Nora Serres (12th/21:38) and Maddie McKenzie (15th/22:09). Sean.” . with Bittrich (2nd/20:22). Michael and Scott caught these two 150 lb. men’s soccer team and picked up an assist on the winning goal in the Jumbo’s 2-1 win over Connecticut College on Saturday… Sophomore defender Dan Loreaux (DHS ’07) is a starter for the Bryant University men’s soccer team… Senior Andrew Loreaux (DHS ’05) is a member of the Wentworth Institute Dan Loreaux men’s soccer team… Catching the big one Duxbury Middle School 8th-grader Maddie Swem recently qualified for the Marshall & Sterling National Children’s Medal Final with her horse. Jewel (4th/16:28).com while Billy Jewel (5th/16:01). as Emily Rinden won in a time of 19:11. The Panthers are a proven commodity in cross-country circles and showed their prowess last year by placing second in the Division I championships in Gardner. Both Duxbury teams bounced back on Friday against the Lakers. Paul Dacey (10th/16:22) and Greg Bray (12th/17:08) closed out the Duxbury scoring. Teddy Bear. as they took on perennial powerhouse Whitman-Hanson on Tuesday and ended the week against Silver Lake on Duxbury’s newly designed 2. but were also the top point winners for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. as they out-ran Duxbury by a 19-39 margin. Steele (3rd/20:26). tunas off Stellwagon Bank aboard the vessel “Laura Lynda. Whitman Hanson’s swept the top four spots to win 16-43. A mixed week for cross-country It was a mixed bag for the Duxbury boys’ and girls’ crosscountry teams. By mike halloran. NY.7-mile course. Riders must show their horse over a course of at least 10 fences at three-feet at the finals. The prestigious national competition is held each year in Saugerties.56. Duxbury’s Jonathan McKinley lead the Dragons (4th/15:20). Of the 471 riders qualified in the Children’s Medal Division from across the United States. of Maryland finished 17th out of 22 schools at the Cougar Classic in Hanahan. Whitman-Hanson has joined the Patriot League after playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference for several years.Wednesday. women’s soccer team… Junior forward Caitlin Hennessey (DHS ’06) and her Bentley College field hockey team won 3 straight games last week to raise their record to 4-5 overall… Senior full back Ryan Mullin (DHS ’05) and his Bates College football team dropped their season-opener to Trinity. Lauren Bittrich (8th/20:07). Nick. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 7 COLLEGE CORNER By MIKE HALLORAN A SHOW OF STRENGTH: The Duxbury boys’ cross-country team breaks from the pack during last Friday’s Patriot League meet with Silver Lake. The Lady Dragons also did well. only the top 60 ranked riders are invited back to attend the finals. Robin Rader was Duxbury’s top finisher in fifth place (19:43). Liz Doherty (5th/21:41) and McKenzie (6th/21:48) finishing out the scoring for a 17-44 win.
Coach Stoddard was able to go to his bench in last Thursday’s destruction of Middleboro. By mike halloran. but couldn’t get one by Hanover goalie McKenzie Curran. the visitors almost put the hosts away for good with 24 seconds remaining when they broke out of their zone and fired a shot that just missed the right post. but the Indians wouldn’t bend in front of Curran. Alternates Stephan Krall had a big afternoon with a round of 36 that included five pars and a birdie.” Now sporting a 2-3 record. Coach Jack Stoddard’s team could be celebrating a league title after- Field Hockey hits peaks and valleys during loss to Hanover After rebounding with a big win over Hingham that looked like it had the Lady Dragons headed in the right direction. SportS editor SportS@duxBuryclipper. while Jake Harvey (44). . as they unloaded an incredible 53 shots on the host’s net and earned 10 corners. The Lady Dragons weren’t as fortunate in their other two games as they dropped both affairs by 1-0 scores. Coach Judy Schneider had to call a timeout with 14:13 left in the game to calm down a Duxbury offense that came out of the break and had consecutive corners that were unsuccessful. SportS editor SportS@duxBuryclipper. The Lady Dragons could not contain the Hanover pressure in their defensive end.8 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Hanover Duxbury 1 0 In between battles with the two perennial powers.com Golfers knock off undefeated Hanover wards. 9-0. Minahan (42/2 pars/ one birdie). Brett Goldman. Stoddard (40/4 pars/one birdie). and Brayden Minahan (38/5 pars) capped the Dragon scoring. The match with the Sa- chems allowed Stoddard to rest his regulars for Friday’s showdown with undefeated Hanover at DYC. “I was very proud of the way our kids played today and they didn’t give up. The rest of the Duxbury squad took care of business. signaling that the Lady Dragons would get their opportunities. Photo by Mike Halloran Two more Patriot League matches over the next several days should go a long way in determining the importance of Hingham’s visit to the DYC course next week. as Kevin Kuckuk (36/7 pars). and Shawn Keenan all shot 35s to match Duxbury’s Jonathan Stoddard (8 pars). Duxbury came out fired up in the second half and put intense pressure on the Hanover defense. Despite its constant attempts to tie the score in the final five minutes. Freshman Curtis Owen (41/3 pars/one birdie) and Curley (43/4 pars) rounded out the Dragons’ scoring. Duxbury got a break when they traveled to Middleboro on Tuesday and crushed the Sachems. The Indians controlled play LAND OF THE GIANTS: Duxbury’s Lila Haffey shows no fear as she penetrates the Hanover defense and puts a shot on net that’s kicked out by Indian goaltender Mckenzie Curran. while Kuckuk (5 pars/one birdie) was a stroke behind the winners. The win over WhitmanHanson featured all eight Duxbury players coming in under 40. the Lady Dragons could not find a way to get their shots through the constant maze of defenders in front of Curran. and Tedeschi (44/4 pars) helped to give the Dragons their sixth straight win. By mike halloran. Winning three straight matches last week against Whitman-Hanson (180-187). September 24. and if history is any indication. and the goal would prove costly. Kuckuk (42/4 pars). It was the Dragons’ depth that won the match. Sciretta also carded a 37 with eight pars that helped negate the rounds of 38 and 39 turned in by Hanover’s David Gibson and Matt Mont. Pat Murphy (45). and Brad Rose (46) also toured the course. the Patriot League championship may be in its pocket by Thursday of next week. who managed 12 shots on net. Duxbury put on a solid effort in Thursday’s key Patriot League game with Hanover. Senior Jackie Coakley registered the other Duxbury score. who scored two goals each. as the junior forward notched four goals and was joined in the scoring by senior Tracy Clough and junior Lila Haffey. but a solid Indian defense made it tough for the Dragons. Photo by Mike Halloran for much of the first half. Barrington got his team off to a great start when the senior eagled the first hole while on his way to medalist honors with a round of 37 that included five pars. Coach Pam Manley’s squad took on the iron of its schedule last week when it hosted Hopkinton and Hanover. Middleboro (199-235) and Hanover (198-208). Krall (38/7 pars) and James Magner (38/6 pars/one birdie) led the Dragons on the Duxbury W-Hanson 180 187 Duxbury 199 Middleboro 235 Duxbury Hanover 198 208 BODY ENGLISH: Sophomore Brayden Minahan tries to coax his putt into the hole on the 7th green at the DYC during Friday’s win over undefeated Hanover. but Hanover’s defense was big and they did a very good job of shutting them down. who pared the Ridder Country Club course with a round of 34 that included seven pars and a birdie. while alternate Billy Curley shot a round of 39 with a couple of pars and a birdie. Mark Tedeschi (38/6 pars). Mimi Smith had a big day for Duxbury. the Lady Dragons will hit the road this week for a pair of Patriot League games when they take Pembroke on Wednesday afternoon and Scituate on Friday. led by senior Wes Barrington.(781) 934-9501 WWW. 2008 The way things are going for the boys’ golf team. Phil Sciretta (38/4 pars/one birdie).” said Manley. It didn’t take long for the visitors to get what would prove to be the winning goal when Erin Bodie scored less than three minutes after the opening face-off.SPORTWORKSLTD.com DYC course. as the Panther’s Ryan Benton. but momentum started to swing Duxbury’s way when Smith’s shot slid by the right post with Starting at $99 Why buy when you can lease! CALL FOR DETAILS 45 DEPOT STREET .COM SKI LEASES lies upp S ed! imit L 13:49 left in the half. the Dragons now find themselves zeroing in on a league title. While play remained in the Duxbury end. “Our forwards have been every effective so far this year.DUXBURY .
Oct.. But Duxbury is not without its own outstanding triathletes.. Interested in coaching travel basketball? Please contact the board via our website: www.. Oct. Owen Grey. Alicia Kaye. c o m Entrée Vous .. read the blocks of Chris Arthurs and McCarthy and sprinted deftly down the sidelines for a 55-yard TD scamper.. Last year U. the bridge will be closed to all traffic from 10:30 a. Bill Breen and Robert Kosherek opened some big holes up front for running backs Marshall McCarthy. After they completed a couple of passes.99 Spaghetti Pie . 6 Boys 7th & 8th Mon. 8 6-7:30 p. Game Tomorrow. 14. 30-0. continuing on down Bay Road and up and around the Standish Monument from approximately 10:45 a... MA 02331.duxburyyouthbasketball.$26. Teams are selected for each grade based on tryouts held in October.. 24.. Duxbury... TRYOUTS Boys: Saturday.. who has promised to make amends for her fourth-place finish last year. Winston Shromm. Travel is generally around the South Shore Area. Oct.m. 24. A spectacular 60-yard interception return by Michael Roberts and an exciting headsup play by Kyle Howard.m. James Mattes.$24. Oct. 17. 7:30-9 p... Oct. The men’s field may be without a marquee name. as evidenced by the fact that over 50 participants were willing to enter through the Charity entry program. Hurvitz took a quick pitch from Geary. Thursday.. 1.. Ian Dargin just returned from the ITU (International Triathlon Union) World Championships in Holland. Pat Buell.. as she is in preparation for her first trip to Kona and the Hawaii Ironman World Championships and is expected to be ready to retake her 2005-06 Duxbury champion title.. and beach traffic will be detoured through Marshfield onto Gurnet Road. Tod Dillon will be racing and is heading to Kona for the Hawaii Ironman event in October..99 Each serves 8 Our Team Favorites.. Please watch the Clipper or the DYB website for notices on exact dates and times for tryouts.. Oct.. Nearly $11. Drew Lawrence.$20. 1. After quickly realizing it was impossible to gain any yardage on the ground. 15..m. 18 and Saturday. with a stingy Dragon defense contributing two scores of its own and remained unscored upon.. 7:30-9 p. Each participant made a donation of $200 each that was divided between the Mass. Special Olympics and Runners gather at the starting line at last year’s triathalon.” Smyers Triathlon this Saturday in Duxbury top male team. Jonny ‘Lightning’ Hurvitz flashes by a pair of Warriors en route to a TD in Sunday’s 30-0 victory over Hanson...m.. Marshall McCarthy and the rest of the defense didn’t let the Hanson offense breath all day. Interested individuals should write to the Executive Board of Post 223 and provide the board with all relevant baseball coaching experience. 29 Monday. McCarthy started the scor- ing for the Dragons. until 12 noon. at Duxbury Middle School on Sunday. while locals Jim Bunnell.. Janda Ricci-Munn (6th at Timberman).. Duxbury Youth Basketball is an independent volunteer organization that organizes traveling basketball teams for boys (4th-8th grade) and girls (5th–8th grade). Midgets remain undefeated The 8th grade DYF Varsity Midget’s beat the Hanson Warriors. it’s the weekend wThrough the efforts of everyone involved over the years... Roberts again had an acrobatic interception and nearly ran it back for a score. Sept. Feed the Team Tonight!!! Cheese Stuffed Shells with marinara sauce . Tyler Sunderland.$26.99 Ravioli Lasagna . Recent Lake Placid Ironman champion Cait Snow will give both of them a run for their money. Ethan Brown (1st at Plymouth).. Save Gas.. Duxbury Youth Basketball he sped down the sideline. Olympian Jarrod Shoemaker was the overall winner. It was a complete team effort. 16 and Monday..m. JP Geiger and Roberts thwarting the Warrior passing game. Keenan Siciliano and Jon Hurvitz.000 has already been given to those charities and the Duxbury Police Athletic League will also benefit from the triathlon. John Geary. Duxbury has over 150 participants among the 700 competitors from around the country expected to toe the starting line. a world champion and Hawaii Ironman Champion. Wed. as every one of the 31 players contributed to the win. the Warriors turned to their formidable passing attack.. as he powered his way up the middle behind Breen and Weld. Celebrating his birthday Sunday. Girls: Tuesday.. OPEN GYM NIGHTS Boys 4th & 5th & 6th Mon.S..99 Southwestern Chicken Casserole .. This is a paid coaching position. Wednesday.. through the finish of the event at about 12:30 p. Sept. However.. Oct.. September 24.. Parking is available at Blakeman’s lot. All players who are interested in playing basketball this season are invited to participate in an open gym on the nights listed below.. 25.m. No parking is allowed at the main beach lot until the finish of the event.Wednesday. Oct. Sept. Oct.. “I am looking forward to giving the youngsters a better run for the finish line.. Resumes should be mailed to The Executive Board c/o The Adjutant. Sept.... Players will practice basketball skills and scrimmaging. but the field assembled may be one of the deepest in New England with the exception of the Timberman Half-Ironman in New Hampshire.. as the running attack was hitting on all cylinders. Oct. who alertly picked a dropped lateral and ran it in for a touchdown from midfield... 29 Monday. but she will have her hands full with triathlon legend Karen Smyers. who gains some tough yards up front.. and others will be facing off for a first-place cash prize of $250 with cash incentives to beat the the Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy. Players should expect to participate in one to two practices and games each week. the Dragon offense proved up to the task. 8 Girls 7th & 8th Wed.. Residents are advised to bear in mind that the cycling portion of the triathlon will travel down Powder Point Ave and along Washington St. were the game’s highlights. the Duxbury Beach Triathlon has become one of the most popular events in New England. Duxbury • 781-934-2863 w w w. Carol Shores and Kathleen Richards have completed similar Ironman events earlier this year. but he just barely hit the chalk line as told race director Brian Noyes via e-mail.. Led by QB John Geary. Alden Fontana..m.. hard hitting play by CJ LoConte. All gym times are at DMS. His wife. No charge.. but he will be in Germany competing in another competition that same weekend... with Jack Ball. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 9 The 7th annual Duxbury Beach Triathlon will start this Saturday at 10:30 am at the west end of the Powder Point Bridge.org Legion seeks baseball coach Duxbury Post 223 American Legion is actively searching for a baseball coach for the 2009 season. Wed. will be present to defend the women’s title. Some duties will begin immediately after being selected. the Dragon secondary made the necessary adjustments to halt drives and ultimately led to the defensive scores. Nick Kates.. e n t r e evo u s .. Time & Money! 35 Depot Street. PO Box 1113. In addition. Bill Breen. 6 Girls 5th & 6th Wed. Aggressive. 6-7:30 p. Bill Weld..
B Rotary Club Annual Duck Race Photos by Karen Wong Many families came out on a beautiful late summer Saturday to watch the Rotary Club Duck Race at Blue Fish River Bridge. the Caliendofamily won for the first time. Rotary Club President was thrilled with the generosity of folks buying so many ducks this year especially in this difficult economy. Firefighter Rob Reardon releases thousands of colorful rubber ducks into Blue Fish River. Rotary Club members Charlie Weyehauser.10 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. 2008 ruce Rutter. Rotary Club members check the water current as they prepare to pick up the winning duck and all the ducks to follow. John Peter La Monica and Samantha McGregor play while waiting for the ducks to be released into Blue Fish River. Back Row: Rotary Club members Dwight Smith and Jack O’Neil. Front row: Rotary Club President Bruce Rutter with Susie. September 24. Eva. After many years of buying ducks. Callie Robbins. Jonathan Caffrey. Will Leese. Alison Austin and her father Bob Austin work in the fast moving current to collect the ducks as they whiz by. Rutter said people of all ages were eager to buy ducks and were happy to have Foodie’s as a gathering spot. . and Ben Caliendo. Alden Elementary art teacher Beth Caffrey and her daughter Emma watch Rotary Club members capture the 2.400 plus rubber ducks floating down river. Rotary Club President Bruce Rutter waits for the winning duck to be announced.
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FL 727-214-1590 for more information. 2005 20. heated seats. Legal Notices TOWN OF DUXBURY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Lease of North Hill Country Club The Town of Duxbury will be accepting proposals from firms to lease and manage North Hill Country Club for a term of five years. Complete set up.500.950.999. $1500. AC. Excellent cond. Saddleback gel seat. T-Top.500. 6 cylinder/3. Great condition. Honda Rebel 250 cc. V6.000. very low mileage (30. leather. Please call 508-746-2909. 617-699-4799. CC. Hanson Eat a live toad the first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day. A/C. 4X4. Sony radio/Sony 6CD changer. Call Doug at 781-585-3234 or e-mail carver3781@aol. RWD.500. Please call 617-799-3162 2004 VW Jetta GL Like new. Train & Automobiles 2003 Mercedes E 320 Silver. asking $2900. $500 or best offer. condition. $10. garaged.600 miles. Call 857-919-0600. outriggers. $1650. AWD. 6-disc CD changer. 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ext. Duxbury. unopened. MA 02332. ANSWERS ELSEWHERE IN CLASSIFIEDS 38 Synagogue D S E L O U S E N B E D O P R O N E S E E R N O R B A A E Z R A R I E R N C O N G U S S E S E A R E 54 Monthly fashion issues PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY $3995 NOW INCLUDES PHOTO!!! Customer must supply photo. and traffic peer review and inspection services for proposed Chapter 40B comprehensive permit development with 238 housing units and 28. Award of this contract requires approval of the Zoning Board of Appeals. 146 to receive the Request for Proposals or to schedule an appointment to examine the proponent’s comprehensive permit application. 878 Tremont Street. Duxbury. which reserves the right to reject any and all proposals received if doing so is in the best interests of the Town. MA. New Brunswick. heirs apparent or presumptive. The Board of Appeals will accept written comments on this application. MA 02072 The applicant proposes to build a 238 unit project including 80 rental units. Burlington. Nova Scotia. May be digital or print.16 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Franklin Delano Roosevelt 3. a waste water treatment plant Public Notices LEGAL NOTICES Deadline for legal notices is Monday at noon. Inc. Not In My Back Yard CROSSWORD ANSWERS G E D P O U R A I R J S T A H E I R A R L O A E R I Q S R U T S A I R E A X M O N T A R G O C O E N G A A U O R D F B I T O T S L T E I S W A H R U D A L I S E A T D S O B S E R A D A N I S T H E T H O N Y N O L O A W E L L S E E S E T E R A L B E R L I O V E N E S 47 Go hungry SUDOKU ANSWERS GUARANTEED TREASURE CHEST PACKAGE Sell those treasures in your attic with our guaranteed classified deal. in the County of Worcester. has become incapacitated by TOWN OF DUXBURY BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at the Town Hall. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT Plymouth Division Docket No. The application may be viewed in the Inspectional Services Department between the hours of 8:00 a. 2008 Legal Notices Washington St.000 square feet of commercial buildings. or by appointment.m. SABAITIS. 28. to consider the application of Island Creek Village North LLC for a comprehensive permit under Articles 400. environmental. 2008 at 10am. A petition has been presented alleging that: Gordon H. WITNESS. 2008 at 7:45 p. Chair Board of Appeals TOWN OF DUXBURY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Duxbury Zoning Board of Appeals seeks proposals from qualified consultants to provide civil engineeering. The new facility will consist of three panel antennas located within the 117-foot steeple at a centerline height of 103 feet above ground level (AGL). Jr. Robert E. HON. Stoughton. 94 assisted living units. McCarthy Register of Probate Legal Notices Tremont Street. but new items cannot be added. The Town Manager is the awarding authority for this lease. Newfoundland.. Jr. Proposals received after the submission deadline shall be rejected and returned.000 square feet of associated commercial space. Notices may be Faxed to 781-934-5917 or emailed to legals@clipperpress. on September 26. Hayes. YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY SHOULD FILE A WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN SAID COURT AT PLYMOUTH ON OR BEFORE 10:00 IN THE FORENOON ON OCTOBER 6. Craig of Worcester. Town of Duxbury (781) 934-7034. our legal coordinator at 781-934-2811. consists of approximately 22. a clubhouse. September 24. CATHERINE P. Support equipment will be located within the building basement. 2008 at the Office of the Board of Selectmen. Florida and Mississippi 2. Proposals must be received no later than 2 PM on October 1. They weigh the same 5. 64 condominium units.m. Prince Edward Island 4. 600. First Justice of said Court at Plymouth this tenth day of September in the year of our Lord two thousand and eight. Murphy. 21 B Street. Interested firms should contact the Office of Inspectional Services at 781-934-1100.m. Any interested party wishing to submit comments regarding the potential effects the proposed facility may have on any historic property may do so by sending such comments to: Project 61085787-SF c/o EBI Consulting. on October 9. Hayes Jr. to the sender. The project is located at 30 TREASURE CHEST Answers 1. Cushing. Dennis A. Massachusetts. and to his wife. is zoned for Residential Compatibility and is owned by Island Creek Village West and Island Creek Village East. M/WBE firms are encouraged to compete for this contract. Mural Room.82 acres. Hayes. Legal Notices reason of mental weakness and praying that Tracy A. You may change prices. Recreation Director. Legal Notices and a maintenance garage. Parcels #110-452-003. or via telephone at 781-273-2500. 14 Page Terrace. #114-452-002 and #114-452-004 of the Duxbury Assessors’ Map. 2008. c/o Keith Properties. wording or remove items. PLO8P1529PM NOTICE OF CONSERVATORSHIP To Gordon H. MA 01803. 700 and 900 of the Duxbury Protective Bylaw. The top section of the steeple surrounding the antennas will be replaced with a fiberglass replica. IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT TO THE ALLOWANCE OF SAID PETITION. Duxbury. and 1:00 p. ESQUIRE. Attention: Board of Appeals. Georgia. Questions relative to said proposals may be directed to Gordon H. LLC is proposing to install new wireless telecommunications antennas on an existing church located at 842 Tremont Street. GUARANTEED UNTIL IT’S SOLD! .com For questions about rates or placing a notice please call Amy. Four: Tennessee. or some other person be appointed conservator of the property of said Gordon H. of Duxbury in the County of Plymouth. 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