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Duxbury’s own Buildings and Grounds Manager Peter Buttkus is the new Director of the Department of Public Works. Town Manager Richard MacDonald made the announcement Monday night at the selectmen’s meeting. MacDonald Buttkus said it came down to two candidates and that he chose Buttkus, who has worked for the town since 1994. Buttkus has been the acting DPW Director since the former director, Tom Daley, left for Newton in March.
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BLUSTERY ON THE BAY: Sailors from the Duxbury Yacht Club had their hands full on Thursday afternoon as they attempted to harness high winds during high tide. High winds over the weekend also created a small craft advisory and kept Harbormaster Don Beers and his staff busy. See page 3 for full story. Photo by Deni Johnson.
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A rape aggression defense class at the Duxbury Student Union that took place over the past two weeks taught women to ignore their nurturing nature when they sense danger. “We are so conditioned not to be rude that we end up not being safe. I call it a ‘spidey sense,’ or women’s intuition, the second you feel that, go with it,” said Police Sergeant Kristin Golden. Golden and Paddi Donato, a citizen that works in the Duxbury Police Department with Chief Mark DeLuca, taught the class.
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By Autumn Gould
Library Phones Hacked; Town Owes $15,000
Hackers broke into the library’s phone system this spring and racked up calls totaling more than $15,000 to the Philippines, India and Jordan, selectmen learned this week. This information came to light during a routine discussion of year-end transfers during Monday’s selectmen’s meeting. Finance Director John Madden said the library needed to transfer $13,500 within its accounts to pay for most of the fraudulent calls. The most expensive call was to the Philippines; it lasted for
By SuSAnnA SHEEHAn
maria Varonko blocks a punch from instructor paddi Donato. The women also learned multiple hand strikes and kicks as part of the R.A.D. course.
24 hours and cost $7,732. Other notable calls included a 13-hour call to the Philippines that cost $4,289 and a three-hour call to Jordan for $884. Christine Smythe, Department of Public Works office manager, has been working to understand how hackers accessed the library’s phone system and to get reimbursement from the phone company, Verizon, which is so far refusing to give the town credit. The Department of Public Works
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He rocks, he rolls, and he plays the spoons to music from bluegrass to rock. Back by popular demand, spoon man Jim Cruise will set the Merry Room grooving on Tuesday, July 22 at 6:30 p.m. for families with children entering grade one and older. Participants can bring their own spoons and learn how to master the art of spooning during the concert. Advance tickets are required and can be picked up at the children’s reference desk or reserved by calling 781-934-2721, x115. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Duxbury Free Library.
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High winds over the weekend created a dangerous situation on Duxbury Harbor. Harbormaster Don Beers said a small craft advisory was issued, and his staff dealt with nearly 30 calls from boaters whose vessels had broken down, flooded, or otherwise run into trouble. “The wind complicates things,” Beers said. There was one incident where people Duxbury Harbor wasn’t this calm over the weekend, when high were in the winds kept the Harbormaster’s staff busy. Don Beers water after a the distressed vessel. Even be- unbelievable, it doesn’t matter boat capsized fore emergency crews arrived, where you are, you just turn off Gurnet Road, but the peo- however, private citizens and around and go.” ple had swum to land safely commercial boaters had alThe wind also caused sevbefore the emergency crews ready rushed to the scene. eral downed power lines and Marshfield arrived. “When a call like that power outages, according to Beers said his staff took comes out, people come out fire officials. precautions such as posting of nowhere,” said Beers. “It’s notices on the beach that no floats were to be used. “We try to be as proactive as possible,” he said. Reference USA provides information on millions of The Duxbury Harbormas- U.S. businesses. This database is perfect for conducting job ter also responded to a re- searches, market research, business opportunities, suppliers, ported boat fire in the Captain or tracking down addresses and phone numbers. Results can John, a boat out of Plymouth, be sorted by business name, executive titles, business type, on Monday morning. The sales volume, employee size and the year established. Use boat’s engine started smoking Quick Search to find what you need with a few clicks or use six miles east of Gurnet Point, the powerful Custom Search to fine tune your search. said Beers. Duxbury covered Access in the Library or from home with your Duxbury the inside of the harbor while Free Library card: www.duxburyfreelibrary.org in the busiother towns and the Coast ness section of the Research Databases. Guard responded directly to
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is responsible for the town’s phone system. Smythe explained that the problem was first discovered in February at the library when calls made to the library’s circulation desk were answered by a woman in India. The library’s phone company, CranCom, learned that one of the library’s voice mailboxes had been forwarded to an international number. However, after fixing that problem and receiving $333 credit from Verizon, the town learned that the calls continued in late February and March. By May, the library owed over $15,000 for calls made to India and the Philippines. The library’s phone system had been hacked remotely when someone called into a voice mail system from an outside phone and accessed a mailbox. Once inside the mailbox, the phone system had a feature that allowed the remote caller to dial “9” to gain an outside line and call anywhere in the world. Also, the phone line could
then be forwarded, and one was — to India, where a woman answered the calls coming into the circulation desk. In March, library director Elaine Winquist called Duxbury police to report the fraudulent calls and Smythe contacted Homeland Security, which brought in the FBI. Smythe said she was able to track the phone numbers to certain cities in the countries but was not able to pinpoint who received the calls. She is waiting to hear from the FBI. The library has since installed a new phone system and switched service companies. All international calls have been blocked and there is limited call forwarding. Smythe said the town will monitor the new system to make sure there are no more breaches. Smythe believes that someone with a “working knowledge” of the library and its phone system is to blame, because the person would have to know how to access specific voice mailboxes. Or it could be “one incredibly lucky person to have randomly ac-
cessed this phone system,” according to Smythe in her memo on the issue. Now, Smythe is trying to get the town reimbursed for the calls. Verizon told her it won’t credit the amount to the town because it is not responsible for the phone system and how it was used even though it was aware of the fraudulent calls and let them continue. It is threatening to shut off the library’s phone service if the May bill is not paid. Smythe is also investigating to see the town can recover the money under its insurance. Selectmen Chairman Jon Witten was outraged at Verizon and wanted Town Counsel Robert Troy to contact the phone company and “sue them for triple damages.” “This is fraud against the people of the Commonwealth,” Witten, an attorney, said. Selectmen voted to approve a $13,500 transfer among library accounts to pay the bill, but will not send Verizon the money pending the investigation.
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Nee said she hopes more people get involved in the newspaper and that more people will read it. You don’t always have to write if you don’t have any ideas and you can write as much or as little as you want. said Ellen Snoeyenbos. commentary and news idea for a literary newspaper articles. Nee. We specialize in the maintenance & installation of perennial beds and container gardens. MA Open Wed-Sun @ 5pm w w w. I hope we get more people from school involved. “The more people that join. while searching for missing US soldiers. 9 at The New England Country Club in Bellingham.friends write.com or Ellen Snoeyenbos at 781-9342721 ext. Julia and Kath“Kathleen joked that Burnt leen were meeting once a week Toast should be the name. young adult librarian at the Part Two of Amelie’s Story Duxbury Free Library.with 20 staff members.” Nee said. everyone voted and it was unani. as well as prizes. Sun. too. who love to write. we will feature a creative international menu offering Mediterranean. 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is almost sixty percent complete. town buildings.Every Friday at 9 pm .Guitar & Vocals We have the PERFECT SETTING for your Rehearsal Dinner. Buttkus will oversee seven departments including the transfer station..D. 187 Summer St.. Specializing in Orthodontics maintenance and DPW administration. 10% off all repairs . WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY 10AM TO 4PM BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT . T GOLD 781-934-0991 R A D IT I O N A L PLATINUM RUBIES Top 5 Reasons to visit Dole & Dowd this Summer and Save 5. Perfect Anytime! PEARLS AN D ONE SAPPHIRES O F A KIN EMERALDS D DIAMONDS 781-934-6751 OR HOURS: TUESDAY. it will need to be renovated or replaced. before Daley was hired. Buttkus is involved in the development of the new Damon well.. Carol McCarthy of the Transfer Station Advisory Committee. Conservation Administrator Joe Grady.. At that time. Closed Sundays NEW. lands and natural resources. Small Wedding or Business Function Dole & Dowd Jewelers S TERLING Full menu available to take out! 390 Washington Street Duxbury by the Sea Dinners nightly at 5:00 pm. and Cape Cod. “It’s a huge responsibility. will have some competition. Corcoran Management Company in Braintree. The 48-year old married Hingham resident and father of two teen girls said his priorities for future projects include a new or expanded crematory and updating the DPW facility.” said Buttkus. the only one serving the South Shore Town manager Richard macDonald congratulates peter Buttkus on his promotion. he said. “The whole process has been very exciting and humbling.” he said. In announcing Buttkus’ appointment.” As DPW director.000 for designing an expanded crematory a few years ago. Buttkus said he is “very excited” about his new position.kingstonorthodontics. Great Entertainment. To keep up. Fitzgerald.M. the highway department. Suite 8 Kingston 781-585-0024 COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATIONS www. Buttkus worked for ten years for John M. the water and sewer departments. which. Buttkus said a new crematory will be completed in Plymouth within two years. We'll pay the highest prices for your old gold or silver or allow you to trade your old gold & silver for a brand new piece (any silver even flatware) 3. “It’s a huge project. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 7 Buttkus Named Director of DPW continued from page one • TAKE OUT • GIFT CERTIFICATES • PARTIES & FUNCTIONS • BED & BREAKFAST • PUB • Buttkus started with the town as the director of Lands and Natural Resources and then six years later he was given the added responsibility of managing the town’s buildings and grounds. MacDonald acknowledged the help of the DPW director search committee consisting of Selectman Andre Martecchini. at which he directed the landscaping maintenance of 30 apartment communities and office parks.C. Buttkus received a degree in arboriculture and park management from UMASS Amherst/Stockbridge School of Agriculture. He served as acting DPW director once before from 2001-2002.Wednesday. a Duxbury resident and DPW Director in Wellesley. Before coming to Duxbury.. July 16. Paul Brogna of the Highway Safety Committee and Mike Pakstis. When he took over as acting director this spring. and the Mayflower Street water main and new Birch Street water tank. he was faced with implementing the new pay-asyou-throw trash program. Town Meeting voters approved $500. We're just plain nice! Great Food. We know what she wants and we'll gift wrap it for free 1. Buttkus did not apply for the director’s position. the cemetery expansion project. so Duxbury’s crematory.com TAKE OUT • PUB MENU • ACCOMMODATIONS • LIGHT FARE • TAKE OUT • FINGER FOOD • PUB MENU • SOUPS & SALADS • DINING ROOM • PARTIES • SOUTH SHORE’S BEST KEPT SECRET FOR OVER TWO DECADES We’re more than Fine Dining Patio for Drinks & Dinner Casual Pub w/ Bistro Fare Sean McLaughlin . "5" of our 14 cases of jewelry are full of beautiful wearable pieces under $500!! 2. D. People have been very supportive. P. a large property management company. the cemetery/crematory.all summer 4. Finance Director John Madden. Currently. vehicle Paul D.
engagements. q Evan K. Kelsey was a member the National Honor Society. see page 12. Spanish Honor Society and the Sacred Heart Scholars. DHS ‘05. a division of Griffin Publishing Company. Jesse. located on Chestnut Street. Ron Ramseyer. Catherine Cullen of Wright Lane and Kelsey Phyllis Hughes. who graduated from DHS in 2003. duffy of Elderberry Lane and 2004 graduate of DHS. was named to the Dean’s List at Syracuse University for the fall 2007 and spring 2008 semesters. q Shaw’s Supermarkets has selected GriffinConnect. She was also a member of SPAC. q Jesse Hayes. She is studying Communications Design and will be a senior at Syracuse in the fall. GriffinConnect designed Shaw’s Get Inspired Web site and developed the email marketing program which communicates weekly with Shaw’s customers. Inc.. Jr. Photo by Julius A. While a student at Sacred Heart. George Whitelaw. Photos are welcome. polly Lanman and mavis Archer read the Clipper while celebrating the milliken’s 60th anniversary on the Scottish Highlander in Scotland on the Caledoinan Canal. July 16. to design and implement the company’s innovative “Get Inspired” program. son of Bob and Karen Hayes of Templewood Drive.8 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. He has spent the last year working for Americorps at the EdLaw Project in Roxbury. graduated from Bates College with a bachelor of arts degree in history in 2007. Sacred Heart Graduates q meaghan Eaton. During Commencement exercises. 2008 SEND AROUND TOWN ITEMS including birth announcements. He is the son of Ed and laurie o’donnell. q Willliam o’donnell of Union Street. promotions & anniversaries to editor@duxburyclipper. While a student at Sacred Heart. Victoria was a member the Fighting Saints varsity cross-country. q Andrea looney of Depot Street and DHS class of 2007. with a bachelor of arts in interdepartmental history and philosophy.Y. Victoria Ann Kessinger Kelsey phyllis Hughes Henry milliken and Sheila milliken. Meaghan is the daughter of daniel and Kathleen Eaton of South Street. Sheryl Bono and David Brush. recently graduated from Union College in Schenectady. N. and track and field teams. graduated on May 25 from UMass Dartmouth with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sculpting and 3D design.com. Suzanne Hughes of Kingstown Way Street graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Kingston on May 24. Candida Brush. . daughter of ms. fernando Bazoberry. A fundraiser for Children Without Borders was held at the home of fred and Barbara Clifford. John Kessinger and ms. daughter of mr. weddings. Kelsey will attend Salve Regina University and major in Theatre/English in the fall. q meghan doyle of Stoney Brook Circle recently received a Bachelor of Science degree in health science and physical therapy from Simmons College. Victoria Ann Kessinger. Victoria will attend the University of New Hampshire and major in Political Science/International Relations in the fall. q Aimee Casale of Parks Street recently received a Master’s degree in elementary education from Simmons College. Kelsey was presented the Plymouth Bristol CLC-Marchie LaGrasta Scholarship. pictured above are the organizers of the event. to see more photos. Chip Strapp. will enter the University of Connecticut School of Law in August. q Brittany oheim of Pratt Circle recently received a Bachelor Of Science degree in chemistry from Simmons College. was named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for the 2008 Spring semester. Prince.
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Alice. just fun for the entire family. please. a son Frederick of Palm Beach. called.the story of Bella. Davis. Bradley was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and a resident of Andover for 50 years prior to her moving to Duxbury. the Bookmarks. etry. The group will be host. Pa.bonappetitpembroke. The Duxbury free Library Teen Advisory Group.. tHe deadline is Monday at noon. community. but that is are holding a midnight party for the release of the novel “Breaking waived if a person pre-orders Dawn. 781934-2721 x115.99* featuring C o u n t r y S t o r e Bug Light Baskets Proprietors: Pamela Campbell Smith. and it’s at the beach. Rosalie and hugely successful “Twilight as a bride” in toilet paper Emmet. organic.5L *Good through 07/22/08 . No registration needed.” on Friday. Studio viewing by appointment: 781-934-6492 Support Local Businesses! Two Vines Washington State Wines 1. Events planned are: look. Plymouth (508) 746-2231 Pre-Need Funeral Planning 619 State Road (Rt. She was active in Mary Elizabeth (Washabaugh) Bradley many civic. July 6.. Sand Sculpture Contest Nantucket Baskets for all your Summer Taskets! Hand made in Duxbury.m. Ja.” part of Stephanie meyer’s “Twilight” series. music and “what might happen in Breaking Dawn” adult is invited – no younger Bon Appetit French and American Cuisine *Now Open* “We take pride in serving local. an open mike for po. July 17. Edward. Services will be private. the Bookmarks.m. July 16.2700 10 Duxbury Clipper Send obituary noticeS to email@example.com down to midnight when planning a Web cast to go ing a donation box for World everyone can receive copies out live on the Internet to the Wildlife Fund in order to save of Breaking Dawn to scurry many people we have conwolves and other endangered home and feverishly read the tacted worldwide who know long-awaited conclusion to of the Bookmarks and follow species.. Come create and see your artwork posted on the Duxbury Free Library Web site. John.provided. contact the children’s department. Collins.99 Sale $ 9. USVI. Mrs.com Open Wednesday evening thru Saturday 5pm to 10pm Preferred Reservations Bon Appetit South It’s fun. The program is not a contest. She was also the Obituaries mother of the late Deborah Widdup and the late David Rittenhouse. is hosting a midnight party for the release of Stephenie Meyer’s fourth novel in the “Twilight” series. Colo. August 1. our award winning Nantucket Baskets are ready for your summer fun. The group is from Westwinds. and religious organizations. Admission is $5. at Westwinds Bookshop. 3A) Manomet (508) 224-2252 1-800-770-2231 Cremations Mary Elizabeth (Washabaugh) Bradley died on Sunday. a “dress Bella cob. in the area of the beach walkway. 2008 wrence MacDonald Funeral Home 1755 Ocean St. memorial tributes may be made to Pilgrim Church at 781-934-6591 or American Lung Association at 781-890-4262. farm raised ingredients whenever possible” Summer Specials www. The teens who are planning this event are experienced in book release parties from planning and presenting six Harry Potter parties in the recent past. a copy of “Breaking Dawn” prose.10 pm Sunday 2-9 pm 45 DEPOT STREET • DUXBURY MARKETPLACE OSBORN’S The Wine of the Week: Columbia Crest Reg.“Twilight” events such as the a-like contests.. Refreshments will be Time” prom the group held at the Duxbury Free Library on contest. Jasper. Bradley leaves her daughter.Thursday • 11:30am . In lieu of flowers. Wednesday. it’s free. The Duxbury Free Library’s annual family sand sculpture program will take place on Thursday evening. the people. from 10:30 p. Bradley. • Commemorate a special birthday with a Nantucket purse featuring a “Scrim” painting of her favorite vista! • Celebrate a special anniversary with a custom made pie basket and personal “scrim painting” on the wooden lid! We welcome commission requests! • Take-out menu • Gift certificates available 781-934-8222 HOURS: Monday . the Duxbury Free Library Teen Advisory Group. she was the daughter of the late Grover and Grace (Widdup) Washabaugh.. $ 12. Born in Woodlawn. “Breaking Dawn. Richard W. and Sara Trayser of St.9pm Friday & Saturday • 11:30 am . Traditional Funerals 373 Court Street N. Cynthia Campbell. For more information. Marshfield 834-7320 “Excellence in Service with Understanding” Directors: Joseph L. She was the wife of the late Frederick W.m. Davis wn hall ays RICHARD DAVIS FUNERAL HOMES.. grandchildren Jefferey Trayser of Ft. Susan Trayser of Duxbury. “Breaking Dawn” Release Party In keeping with the Duxbury Library’s ongoing relationship with Westwinds (six book release parties in ten years). Any teen (age 13-19) or May 10. and of course. Mrs.com or fax to 781-934-5917. from 5 to 7 p.. INC. to 12:30 a. Fla. Patty Campbell.
1-4 p.dbms. Tracy Stenner and Tim Stauss.org or by calling 781-934-7555. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 11 The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society announces the opening of its two museums—the King Caesar House (1809) and the Captain Gershom Bradford House (1808).fontaineacademyofdance. until the end of August.m.net or visit www. Refreshments will be served and all are invited. known as “King Caesar” for his worldwide preeminence as a shipbuilder and merchant. + find out how you can get a free t-shirt and other special offers!! 781-934-7393 www. The regular hours of the Gershom Bradford House are Sundays. and the Pucker Gallery in Boston. 1-4 p. The King Caesar House is open Wednesdays through Sundays. Wayne Clough. For more information contact John Mattes at 781-934-3209 or jbmattes@comcast. including a hole in one prize. duxburyeducationfoundation. Tours are also available by appointment by calling 781-934-6106.Wednesday. box lunch.org. Corporate Events Fresh Farm Raised Oysters. Sept. Seldom Heard Tales” and Needlework and the Sea”. through the end of August. Weddings. upcoming Events: Hurry. The Helen Bumpus Gallery is located on the main level of the Duxbury Free Library. The conference includes workshops on how to have a creative classroom and will highlight vocabulary and reading. Artists will be spending the day around town painting Duxbury scenes and will bring their artwork to the shed for a wet paint silent auction. The exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours. Goldberg’s still life photography has been widely acclaimed. MA 02332 when i hear the music i want to fly like tinkerbell FORMERLY RAW BARS BY PATRICK DUXBURY RAW BARS Parties. The house was built in 1809 for Ezra Weston II. hands-on science. NY. Evelena Tufankjian. math methods for raising test scores. 19th hole dinner reception and fabulous prizes and raffles. Cathy Lehman and pam Jensen. DEF Update A selection of photographs by Paul Cary Goldberg will be featured at the Helen Bumpus Gallery in Duxbury during July and August. the Seraphin Gallery in Philadelphia. The Gershom Bradford House belonged to four generations of Bradfords before the last generation gave it to the Society in 1968. His career as an artist has included many awards and representation in numerous group shows as well as solo exhibits at the Sherman Gallery of Boston University. mL Nichols.. and setting student expectations to foster excellence. sponsored by Tufankjian Toyota Scion Suzuki of Weymouth and prizes for four-person men’s and women’s teams. The sixth annual Duxbury Bay Classic Boat Festival at Snug Harbor waterfront on Saturday.com 27 RAILROAD AVE DUXBURY. The event will be catered by The Silent Chef of Scituate and will feature a raw bar from Island Creek Oysters. Great Shrimp. at the Duxbury Yacht Club Ellison Clubhouse. fred Clifford Jr. missing from picture. it’s about motivating young people to be the best they can be! did you know my nana was a dancer Classic Boats to Sail Fontaine Academy of Call today to learn more about our summer and fall classes. Goldberg Photos at Bumpus Gallery DRHS Museum Openings Think Ahead! Budget your oil cost now! •Automatic Delivery •Budget Plans 781-293-9488 • 781-447-6230 •24 Hour Emergency On-Call •Installation & Services when i dream at night i am wearing a pink tutu It’s about more than dance. the Girrafics Gallery in East Hampton.duxburyrawbars. Reservations are $35 per person. my dance teachers say “giggling is good” Grant Highlight: Ron Clark Academy Educator’s Professional Development Conference – This grant will provide funding for Alden fifth grade teacher to attend a weekend conference in Georgia. 13 will feature a Shindig in the Shed and wet paint art auction starting at 7 p. Space is limited to the first 32 teams that sign up. and entertainment by Christian Phillips.com .m. Docents will guide visitors through these 19th century houses that reflect the days of Duxbury ship builders and sea captains. July 16. A reception to meet the artist will be held at the Gallery on Saturday. DEf president. Last year. Cherrystones & More! Call (781) 733-2063 www. with new board members. foursome scramble format. For information call 781-934-2721. the DEF donated nearly every penny to fund educational programs for Duxbury’s public schools. July 19 from 2-4 p. last year’s event sold out! The 19th Annual Divots For Duxbury will be held September 8 at the Duxbury Yacht Club. This summer’s exhibits are “Seldom Seen Treasures. and within four months. and are available at DBMS or online at www. innovative strategies for connecting with parents and the community. 77 Alden Street. Divots for Duxbury raised almost half of the Duxbury Education Foundation’s revenues.m.m. Come out for a great day of 18 holes of golf.
. Dr. Borders. secretary of the Executive Committee. for more information go to cwbfoundation. a foundation that helps deliver medical care in third-world countries. July 16. Andrea and Dr. founder of Children Without Borders. Stan Leitzes and Eleanor Hendren. Whitelaw. Ron Ramseyer. Dr. George Whitelaw with his daughter Katie holding her cousin molly Smith. 2008 Children Without Borders Fundraiser Dr. peter Dewire with Candy Brush. Island Creek Oysters were donated and served by mark Bouthillier and owner Skip Bennett. with Laurie Annicelli enjoying the delicacies at a fundraiser for Duxbury-based Children Without Dave and Shirley Jenkins were among over 50 supporters at the fundraiser.12 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. vice chairman of the executive committee and head of marketing and communications. Jeanine and Walter Stanwood. Dr. Hardy Hendren.org. penny Ramseyer and Joan Leitzes are supporters of the program. is an orthopedic surgeon who summers in Duxbury. photos by DENI JOHNSON Sheryl Bono member of the Executive Committee and Advisory Board member Eduardo Bazoberry discuss the program with Drs.
tanexp. Home & Garden Pest Control • Massage • Personal Training • Reiki • Hypnosis • Psychic Coaching/Healing • Emotional Freedom Technique. Amanda Lawrence. Back Row. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 13 Girl Scout News The Tanning Experience WE BEAT THE HIGH COST OF GAS WITH THE LOW COST OF TANNING! Scouts have fun in the paddle boats 1 Month Unlimited visits just $39 2 Months only $69! Triple Facial Beds 1 Month only $49 2 Months just $89! Hi powered stand ups 1 Month $69 2 Months just $109! The LOWEST Prices on QUALITY Lotions too! Knowledgeable staff * Open 7 Days 64 Summer St. 1620 1620 Investment Advisors (508) 830-4778 1620 Investment Advisors currently manages and/or provides research on over $135 million in assets.sssupremesports. Registration information and tournament details can be found at the tournament website: www. call 800-439-8730.000 minimum investment. and Libby Bullinger. EFT Gift Certificates Available Mosquito & Tick Control Household Pest Control • Seasonal Programs • One-time yard treatments for outdoor events 781. Claire Lewis. . Take advantage of the low prices available in the marketplace right now. • Termites & Ants • Wasps. All-cash buyers are finding great opportunities across the country. L to R: mikayla Zakowski. Tricia was a Duxbury resident for 13 years along with her husband. Kingston Center 781-585-2492 www. Camps for Boys and Girls GIRLS WITH COACH PAT LAMB CARDINAL SPELLMAN HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY/ AAU COACH BAYSTATE MAGIC ELITE August 11th-15th Ages 14-18 $225 per player Family and friends of Tricia A. S’mores around the campfire and exploring the lake by paddle boats. Assets not FDIC insured.934. Bob and their three children. Kingston Sign-up at www. The scouts enjoyed crafts.com Family owned and operated since1952 Zarella Golf Outing BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPS WITH BOB FISHER VARSITY BOYS COACH QUINCY HIGH/FORMER ROCKLAND BOYS VARSITY COACH Register Now! 30 Independence Rd. Zarella are planning the fourth annual golf outing in her name on Friday. zarellagolfouting. . 2005. For information on donations and hole sponsorships. Bridget murphy. $225. Tess paynotta. Tricia passed away unexpectedly from sudden cardiac death on Feb.net Duxbury’s Favorite Tanning Oasis for 20 Years! New Complex Now Open Brownie Troop 159 enjoyed a terrific memorial Day Weekend camping at Wind in the pines Girl Scout Camp.Wednesday. 19. but it can be done. Sept. There are a few rules that you need to know. etc. 28. Katie and Mike. Give us a call and we’ll show you how. Mice. July 16.2050 19b Standish Street Duxbury Free estimates. please contact Bob Zarella during the day at 781-834-5289 and in the evening at 781-837-6070. Bob. . hiking.com or call 781-582-3900 Another Reason to Rollover your 401k Assets: You can own real estate in your IRA. at the Atlantic Country Club in Plymouth. martha fantom.
of “Madison Ave” Dec. MC/Visa. Exit 13. lg. early primitives. full history). doll houses & furniture. mahogany & country desks. built in Kyoto and reassembled at the museum in 1975. the club is also committed to the advancement of education. watches. bureaus. Please call Allison Estabrooks for more information.14 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. to discuss “Barefoot” by Elin Hilderbrand. Meissen. in part.. INFO: 781-834-7774. dining tables. Mermaids of Duxbury Bay.willishenry. The Newcomers’ Club is a non-profit organization that provides social. 17% Buyer’s Premium. Davol. Tents-ChairsCatered. grade 2 and above.. July 19. and adults to learn about this Japanese cultural tradition. Rt. J. Country & Formal 17th/18th/19th c. MA Preview: Fri. 12-6pm. sets of Hitchcock chairs. Fine Gold jewelry. S on Rt 53. July 16. pewter cupboards. Serving both new and longtime residents of Duxbury since 1965. A wonderful way to meet new people. Oriental rugs. by gifts from friends of the museum and. KPM. candlestands. Accessories. rifles & sword. which has received rave reviews. 9-11am WILLIS HENRY AUCTIONS INC Book Club – The Book Club is meeting on July 17 at 7:30 p. civic service. 1850 (House of Rep. The program is supported primarily by the Carl A. tiger maple tables. Sat. Newcomers’ Club News Over 50 early paintings and prints (Durrie. furn: cupboard in old blue. can be found at Cotton’s. blanket chests. Weyerhaeuser Family Charitable Trusts. quilts. please call Mollie O’Hara at 781-934-9484. social and charitable purposes in and around the South Shore community.Our cookbook makes a great gift for your favorite chef! The cookbook. I. right on Taylor St. dry sinks. origami. Chinese furn. Banjo). andirons. Hingham. Families Invited For Tea . Clocks (Willard.com The special family tea ceremony has now become a traditional event at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury. two 19th c. samplers. Tea Master Glenn Sorei Pereira will perform the ceremony which offers the opportunity for children. at 2 p. Admission is free but seating is limited and available on a first-come basis. Cheret posters. Wm. Great Gift – “Welcome to Duxbury II” Cookbook .m. exceptional coll. high style oak. right on High St. by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. For more information. Fed. 2008 SUMMER ANTIQUES AUCTION Saturday. the program will be held on Sunday. Gifford. tapestry. the presentation will take place inside the museum which is located off Route 3A at 189 Alden Street. it is a great way to get involved in the community. #294. Bacon). (Sandbaggers). 2008 at 11 am 406 High St. Other special events planned for that day will include a hands-on activity. costume. whirligigs. 781-452-7055. lighting. The price is $24 and all proceeds go to our charity fund. Vict. Rare Congressional desk. recreational and charitable opportunities to its members. Sterling silver. 3 S. create special memories and build lasting friendships. & Mary tables. Lehmann. Tiffany vase. DIR: From Boston. The hut was designed by the Japanese artist Sano Gofu. and Westwinds Bookshop. This year. Ginger ice cream and cookies will be served following the ceremony in The Phoenix Gallery. coll. rocking horses. MA Lic. Spongeware. couches & settees. MA firkins & plates. watercolors. Check out our Events Calendar at duxburynewcomers. Dolls.L. The event will take place in the museum’s own tea hut which is authentic except for the sides which are opened for viewing the ceremony. Online color catalog: www. QA. Rose Medallion.com or call Debby Gayoski at 781-837-2975.m. 18th c. signed bronzes. Pembroke. Guests are advised to dress for the weather. Early Am: 19th c. mirrors (one labeled). c. July 27. In case of rain.
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Audubon volunteer Anne Gronvold shows marion and Will Thayer how to make a periwinkle snail come out of its shell –– by holding it in your hand and gently humming. mass. under the guidance of volunteers from the mass. 2008 Looking For Crabs on Duxbury Beach marion Thayer and her grandson Will turn over rocks underneath the powder point Bridge looking for mussels. snails and crabs. crabs. July 16. shells and other underwater goodies in the shallow water off Duxbury Beach. Audubon Society’s Discovery Nature Day Camp. Audubon volunteer Quinn Sallee shows some of the children a green crab. A group of eager young beach goers spent Saturday morning searching the rocks under powder point Bridge for crabs. Sean O’Sullivan displays one of the crabs he found under the bridge.16 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Lilly O’Sullivan isn’t sure how to react upon seeing the underside of a horseshoe crab for the first time. Lilly O’Sullivan. Photos by Justin Graeber . Quinn Sallee and Delia White look for snails. mass. Gwyn O’Sullivan. collecting the crustaceans and putting them in a bucket. O’Sullivan was quite the proficient crab catcher.
They flutter over the surface of the water. Competing with the gannets for the birder’s attention were the Wilson’s storm petrels. flipper-slapped. plunge headfirst into the water where they completely disappear! Seconds later they reappear. Huge gannets began appearing out of the haze. It is one of about 12 -15 pairs and is sharing the tip of the beach with 1000 nesting common terns. the 842-square mile stretch of open water at the mouth of Massachusetts Bay. crowded onto the Captain John boat in Plymouth Harbor and settled in. We are so lucky to live here! R Whales and Seabirds by FAHy ByGAtE Friends of the Duxbury Council On Aging 9th Annual Golf Tournament THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! GOLD SPONSOR Wingate @ Kingston CORPORATE SPONSOR HOLE IN ONE SPONSOR LUNCH HOLE SPONSORS DONATIONS & GIFT PRIZES Reservations Recommended 182 Powder Point Av. The naturalist. John Jahoda offered a blow by blow description of what we were seeing. long legs dangling. But this day belonged to the whales. point their long bills seaward and. with every aspect of the whales’ anatomy being readily observed while Dr. From the boat we spotted a piping plover on the shore. As we neared the bank. Storm petrels are small sea birds. and blew spray on a number of the delighted passengers on several occasions. a combination of whale enthusiasts and eager birders. 2007 New England .Wednesday. hazy land out past Plymouth Beach. Laughing gulls. bird books. The passengers. diving for fish. the adults soar higher and higher until they spot a tasty morsel in the sea and then they fold their wings into their bodies. I can honestly say that I have never seen anything quite like the performance that these two animals provided. If they have not been successful. The ocean was flat calm and a breeze picked up as soon as we left the harbor. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 17 ecently I went to sea on a combined seabird-whale watching adventure. and even opened their mouths in a way that offered an opportunity to view their remarkable baleen from front-on! This was a truly spectacular encounter. Later we spotted several shearwaters and a fulmar. like a dagger. It was smack in the middle of that heat wave we had in early June and no one was happier than I was to be out in the middle of the ocean. “Krill” Carson had this to say about that wonderful day: “The zenith of our excitement came when two humpback w hales decided to thoroughly investigate the boat and seemingly the passengers on board.7727 www. competed with the usual herring and black-backed Gulls.ppbab. You could almost hear the sigh of relief as we pulled away from the humid. about the size of a robin. Around the boat.” The next hot and humid summer day. • Duxbury GIFTS IN KIND 781.com Recommended in Karen Brown’s Guide. Stellwagen Bank has been designated one of the top ten whale watching site in the world! And this day.934. They were numerous and they were completely oblivious to our ship disturbing their day. We had our binoculars. The boat passed the Gurnet and headed for Stellwagen Bank. grab your binoculars and head for a whale watch. The younger ones are darker but seem to have the diving thing mastered. Before I knew it we were surrounded by humpback whales blowing and surfacing. Truly an extraordinary encounter! Having personally seen hundreds of Humpbacks through the years in all manner of conditions. they do it all over again. July 16. The two whales spy-hopped and lolled in the water right beside the boat. members of only the second colony in the state. common and least terns screeched and called. where the temperatures were at least ten degrees cooler. Long-winged and stark white. we spotted our first seabirds of the day. I found out why. looking for their lunch and are a joy to watch. snacks and drinks to see us through the long day.
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000 cost of designing the roof using a debt exclusion.000 to $15. Selectmen were not swayed by arguments by School Superintendent Sue Skeiber and School Building Committee chairman Elizabeth Lewis that a special town meeting was needed to save money and meet a summer 2009 construction deadline.viti. In other business. viruses. Approved the use of the town green on Washington Street for a family movie night on August 17 from 7:30 to 10:00 p. Its patented. All Natural process for over a decade and it is now available for this area 21% of homes in Europe have mattress cleaning services performed on a regular basis.When was the last time you had your mattress cleaned? and voters would consider approving this second tax hike at the March election.com Dame 401. P.m. Alcohol is not allowed at Duxbury beach. “We think it’s worthwhile to look into it because time is money. carpet. or temporary tax increase. While Selectman Betsy Sullivan acknowledged the need for a new roof at Chandler. Voted unanimously to approve increases in room rental rates at the Senior Center. adding that waiting until the March town meeting meant dealing with a much tighter time line for bidding and choosing a contractor since the roofing work has to be done in the summer when children aren’t in school.5580 General Sales Manager Viti. It would also be funded using a debt exclusion By SuSAnnA SHEEHAn Call Robert McKinney of Greener Inspirations New Service Promotes Healthier. Estate Planning & Immigration 272 Saint George Street Duxbury. Accepted a restored and framed drawing from the early 20th century showing the placement of a World War I monument set on a series of grand steps in front of the town hall.” said Lewis.624.544.” WALSH. Massachusetts 781-934-8500 OODRICH GUMBER L DUXBURY HARDWARE CORP. CARROLL & McCARTHY.20 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday.C.A. fungal spores. Hygienitech’s system is based on a portable vacuum specifically designed to clean mattresses and help eliminate harmful allergens. Life is better when � you are well adjusted � Selectmen decided against holding a Special Town meeting to repair the Chandler School roof. many more projects would be placed on the warrant and the town currently does not have any money to fund them. There were 789 meetings at the building last year and the wear and tear on the building as well as concerns about safety and security merit a formal policy on how the seven-year old facility is used. Sullivan also did not think the town should be using debt exclusions to fund all its capital projects. Greener Lifestyle Europeans have been using this Chemical-Free. Engaging in the General Practice of Law Concentrating in Real Estate. . They also consume a fraction of allergy & cold medications that Americans are quick to take.800.000 cost of designing a new $1.” said Sullivan. The movie will be “Back to the Future” and popcorn will be available for purchase.5 million roof for the Chandler Elementary School.” said Lewis. “If we don’t get it done in the fall. (Also able to clean couches.I.. Funding for the roof would come at the special town meeting within the annual meeting in March so funds could be available immediately. chairs. Inc. Lewis said this project must be done soon so the town can receive this reimbursement and also move forward with feasibility studies for the middle and high schools. at a fall special town meeting. July 16. D. at Route 24 • Tiverton • R. 781-934-0020 No Special Town Meeting for Chandler School Roof Repair Selectmen this week unanimously voted against holding a Special Town Meeting this fall to fund the $100. Selectmen said they preferred to wait until the annual town meeting in March in order to save $10.B E N Z Will www. high intensity. M E RC E D E S .000 that a special town meeting would cost. Inc. Voted unanimously to approve fee increases for the Percy Walker pool and for the use of the town’s playing fields. Lewis offered the plan that involved getting voter approval of the $100. Learned the harbormaster’s department will be passing out pamphlets about the use of the beach after an incident involving alcohol at the beach. etc. Suite 3.) The average person spends 1/3 of their life sleeping. No other food will be served but is allowed. 2008 Viti. she said the town did not have the money to pay for holding a special town meeting and she felt this type of project should be discussed at the annual town meeting. Town Manager Richard MacDonald said special town meetings should be used only when there is a “dire need. Robert “Terry” Vose discovered the three-foot drawing in the town’s archives and he and his wife Judi had it restored and presented it to selectmen to hang in town hall. germ killing UVC light is combined with incredible suction to pulverize and extract dust mites. 33 Railroad Avenue. • FREE Loaner Car • FREE Pick-up & Delivery • FREE Wash & Vac on all Service Appts. Duxbury Alison Austin. and other sediment that accumulates in mattresses. The Massachusetts School Building Assistance program has stated it will reimburse Duxbury forty percent of the Chandler roof. • 975 Fish Rd.6181 / 1. it could cost ten to fifteen percent more. 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” the hilarious deconstruction of the most popular play cannon on earth.” features several familiar faces from GTP’s summer’s past including Alex Frost.m. Bonnie and Bob Casey. in the Mural Room at Town Hall Board of Appeals Public Hearing—Thursday. Producing theatre in Boston and Duxbury GTP is in its fourth season of theatre that is at once educational and entertaining. and Michael Duncan Smith (all seen in 2007’s As You Like It). For the first time GTP will also be bringing their free summer production on “The Complete the road. under the direction of GTP founding member Kristen Schnibbe. Boston patrons are invited to join us at the Playwright’s Theatre for a special indoor. however Duxbury audiences are advised to arrive at the monument early to secure a spot on the lawn and Boston audiences are advised to arrive at the theatre early as seating is limited. in the Mural Room at Town Hall Conservation Commission—Tuesday. July 17. Grill tonight.m.m.. www. 7:30 p. modern and classical works.Wednesday.com. 2008 Duxbury Clipper Jan Butterworth (781) 582-9766 21 Around Town Hall Board of Health—Thursday. chair. August 28. August 8. After Gurnet Theatre Project’s previous free summer productions. 8:00 a. July 28. NEW owners of Casey's Fine Wine and Spirits (formerly The Wine Depot). Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield.m. blanket. For more info please visit the Gurnet Theatre Web site. July 28. appearing for three performances Works of William only at the Boston Playwrights Theatre.” “Much Ado About Nothing. principled and provocative.m. August 7. Greta Gans Truly a God sent gift! Wendy Keleher We like Entree Vous so much. Abbe Schnibbe. July 24. Gillian Green. at Town Hall Board of Selectmen –– Monday. Boston and beyond. July 16. July 24. please visit www. Gurnet Theatre Project the work of The invites patrons in Duxbury to pack a beach Bard. in the Mural Room at Town Hall. we'll give 10% off wine to anyone who spends $30 or more at Entree Vous on the same day. We like to play.” by Adam Long.entreevous. All performances are free of charge and no reservations are required. Board of Health – Tuesday. July 31. intimate performance of this hilarious play. Shakespeare Production at Myles Standish Reservation "Because when I take my family Entree Vous has been the most to the Cape.com or call 781-582-3900 30 Independence Rd. Entree Vous ﬁlls wonderful resource for my fammy cooler with yummy food so ily. “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). Shakespeare (Abridged)” is “Shakespeare (Abridged). 7:15 p. As usual all performances are free! “Shakespeare (Abridged). not work! that I have more time to enjoy Our entire 4th of July BBQ was my vacation. “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” is a humorous and fast-paced take on the work of The Bard. 7:30 p. both in workshop and in fully realized productions. 7:15 p. 7:00 p.com Sign-up at www. and at the Boston Playwrights Theatre August 15–17. experimental and accessible.” GTP is excited to return to the Myles Standish Monument with “Shakespeare (Abridged).m. 7:30 p. Irreverent and by the seat of your pants. Founded in 2005.gurnettheatre.com New Complex Now Open!! Boys and Girls Teams Ages 12 thru Adult! 30% OFF Serving Braintree To Provincetown TM Register by Thurs 7/24 Minimum Team 3 People $25 per player Maximum Team 5 People $25 per player Plymouth Hanover 1 Village Green 508-224-8305 781-829-0705 – Summer Sale – Save an additional $25-$200 per window! Mashpee FREE MEASUREMENT & INSTALLATION (ON MOST PURCHASES) 508-477-1170 www.m. at the Senior Center School Committee – Wednesday. It is running at the Myles Standish Monument Reservation on Crescent Street from August 7–10. Kingston .sssupremesports. find a spot on the Myles Standish Monument reservation and enjoy a picnic dinner while the mayhem unfolds. at Town Hall Council on Aging –Wednesday. July 22. Victor Shopov. and Giselle Ty. 7:30 p. Come in today. The show will be directed by Kristen Schnibbe.m. Gurnet Theatre Project exists to produce. 8:00 a. Kathleen McGovern. Gurnet Theatre Project is comprised of young energized theatre artists from the South Shore. in the Mural Room at Town Hall library trustees –– Thursday. at the Alden School An Alternative Solution to Boarding Your Pet In-home Daily Care Playtime Dog Walking Associates & Bachelors of Science in Animal Science Caring for Animals on the South Shore Since 1985 Why Nourish? Why Nurture? Why Dinner? Why Entrée Vous? The Gurnet Theatre Project presents their 4th annual free outdoor summer production.” and “As You Like It. in the Mural Room at Town Hall Community Preservation Committee –– Thursday.m." Entree Vous. Rounding out the ensemble are Mike Bash. For directions.” is a fast-paced a humorous and romp through all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays fast-paced take on in just 97 minutes. at the Duxbury Free Library Planning Board –– Monday. original. “The Illusion. all making their debut with Gurnet Theatre Project.blindsunlimitedma.m. 8:30 a.
the parade and beach party. We are especially grateful to those who made donations to the Margery Parcher Fund. the power is not on the little guy’s side.com.) It seems like an inevitability that residents will be paying for the “community access” part of local cable programing one way or another. or just change the channel? –– J. The overriding question is: what do the people who will be footing the bill want to do? It sounds like Duxbury residents are going to be paying one way or another. exeCutive eDitor & PubliSher JuStin M. see page 24. Cutler. Arizona he 4th of July Activities Committee would like to thank all the residents and businesses who supported the parade and beach party. the cable committee needs some direction. last but not least. Web poll The town’s cable committee has done yeoman’s work negotiating with cable giant Comcast (the town’s only real option without competition from other companies like Verizon) and the reward for all their effort has been an ultimatum from the company –– sign off on our plan or face a lengthy formal process. Cutler. Our experience has been that on telecom issues. June 18) and found it very disturbing. A Youtube video is a heck of a lot less expensive to produce. ust a quick “thank you to the staff at the Clipper for the great work on the Duxbury Clipper Web site. And ecently I read the article about John Tinker on the Duxbury Clipper Web site (“Pembroke Man Denies Pushing Cop. (Can you imagine the comments section underneath a Youtube broadcast of a School Committee meeting?) The point is. It seems a little silly to pay for something that won’t really be used. sively religious and political and likely wouldn’t appeal to a majority of residents. I lived in Duxbury from 1977-1987 (12 Jeremiah Kudos on Clipper Web site ————————— Drive) and it seems that every time I have visited the site over the last few years. What do we need to have? What are we willing to pay for? In short. both from the Board of Selectmen and the citizenry at large. Allen Hanford Carver Motorcycle rider got a bad rap ——————— R . Town Meeting should be televised as well –– but that’s another column. We also thank the people who took the time to create floats and the truck owners who pulled them. We believe joining Plymouth Area Community Television isn’t a good use of taxpayer money –– the content is almost exclu. The Internet seems to be the wave of the future when it comes to video.Answer the Web poll question at duxburyclipper. but it’s an important question that needs to be answered one way or another. we thank the Clipper for excellent publicity before the weekend and great coverage during the parade and beach party. whether Mr.com the DeaDline for all letters & commentaries is monday at noon. and we may be seeing Board of Selectmen meetings on Youtube in the future rather than on channel 13. PreSiDent JoSh S. 2008 SenD itemS for the opinion page to firstname.lastname@example.org John & BoBBie Cutler. Tinker is found guilty or innocent in eyes of a large circle of friends and neighbors on the South Shore it will just be an example of the police being unprofessional. eDitor Phone: 781-934-2811 E-mail: editor@duxburyclipper. (And in our opinion. It’s also a more interactive medium. What’S YourS he question of cable access might not be more than a blip on most residents’ radar. That may not be such a bad thing. Co-Chairmen Secondly. so the clock is ticking here. For more on the festival. Sadly. whether that means cable access questions or cell towers. visit www. July 16. John Tinker’s life has been turned upside down because he was riding home from Hannaford’s with his supper too fast. The government channel that broadcasts Board of Selectmen and School Committee meetings isn’t going away. especially the police and fire departments. the days of cable access may be numbered. many towns were forced to reduce or in some cases cancel their July 4th celebrations. The question now is: is it worth it? This seems like a lot of work for the good folks of the cable committee to plow through (not to mention the price tag) if nobody’s going to use the service. just a point and click camera and a computer to upload the video. I find it very hard to believe that he behaved in the manner that Thanks for making the 4th of July a success T lady liberty (Carol Chapman) and Uncle Sam (Tom Chapman) wave to the crowd during the 4th of July parade last week. I have found information about someone that I knew from the town (weddings/obituaries/news J stories. Our “hats off” to everyone! For pictures from was described in the Clipper article.22 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. Founders DaviD S. which fits into the role local government plays in our lives at a time when many people feel disconnected. especially from a financial standpoint. Frankly. com. Graeber T Cable access –– tune in or tune out? Music Festival a hit! The Duxbury Music Festival continues through July 26.) Great work here. will residents tune in. One. there’s no fancy equipment necessary. John Tinker is both honest and a gentleman. Graeber. Your donations are what allowed us to continue the tradition of one of the longest running July 4th celebrations in the United States! We are very pleased that the weekend events went well and that the weather held up! We also are grateful for the cooperation we received from several town departments.duxbury4thofjuly. Rich Potash and Maggie Kearney. The site is well laid out and I will keep coming back! Bob Turner Scottsdale. Two bad things are happening right in front of our eyes.
please feel free to call or contact the technology department. teacher work and the archiving of emails (now a legal requirement. Macs purchased within the past two years have the ability to run Windows XP or Vista through a feature known as “Boot Camp. read that correctly. and a 3-year warranty. being. Exercising the district’s warranty benefits is always done with no machine under warranty ever being discarded.” the other said.83GHz. Marks was directed by the technology department to complete this task so as to The technology department continuously makes decisions that are determined to best meet the educational needs of both teachers and students while remaining fiscally responsible. All computers. The taxpayers’ hard-earned The writer believes the school district is not making the best use of dollars are used to purchase its technology budget by throwing out usable computers. and was planning on starting shortly after the fourth of July. q Was it Lord Chesterfield who said a gentleman never bets on a sure thing? q An investor is a person whose stocks go up. Yes. and as a parent. etc. but still not getting much use inside the classrooms) because they’re broken beyond repair. he wrote: “What did you give me that book to be read out of from for?” q Lord Byron went to sleep one night and awoke famous. . iMovie. to school to continue working for not having enough money despite having one Windows on is a thing of the past. they make a decent raised in this commentary. q You can’t believe half the lies they tell you about Henry Kissinger. I was able to make eight good machines using parts from the bad ones. The school’s response is printing energy. wrinkled and bald they don’t recognize you. equipment for the faculty. Currently.” — Ben Bradlee. the great French dramatist. inside the Technology Department. I wasn’t even planning on writing anything. over 40 Macintosh computers are being thrown out (technically recycled. Servers are utilized for data storage.11g. q Seneca was right. obvious disregard for conserv. These iMac’s are all-in-one computers that include a 17-inch widescreen flat-panel display with an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor at 1.” Unfortunately. from the considerable cost dif- T By CLIFF MARKS ference. July 16. they convinced me to put it in writing. you with the intent of being spent old and outdated servers. No slight at MaDue to the nature of the issues are about seven different Mac cintosh. 2007 are rendered incompatreally being spent. and More importantly for the one Macintosh computer pursupplies.” I had secured another position.Wednesday. Mr. for lack of a better students and teachers have three Dell machines. truer sentiments couldn’t be used to describe what goes on behind closed doors at the Duxbury Public Schools. assuming each of those was $1. Servers within the district are delineated by their use as well.Massachusetts State Agencies. -Ed. Despite being told to just throw them all away and to get the machines disposed of as soon as possible. q Two senators were discussing a colleague. In any organization some computers will become broken beyond repair.800 per machine. q Inflation: “Being broke with a lot of money in your pocket.costing the taxpayers and the thing at home. which asks. This year. The intended use of computers is the overall deciding factor in the purchase of computers to be used within the classrooms. Windows based PC’s at home. refusal to switch to PC’s is that simply working on someSchool systems are no.could be focused on bigger new machines that Duxbury is partment. This brings to mind Winston Churchill’s commentary: “Man will occasionally stumble over the truth but most of the time he will pick himself up and continue on. Aside word. is fiscally responsible he Duxbury Public Schools employed Mr. The technology department continuously makes decisions that are determined to best meet the educational needs of both teachers and students while remaining fiscally responsible. Marks makes many inaccurate claims. It’s extremely frustrating as an employee to watch money being squandered away. These tools include such programs as iPhoto. Despite the least two to three times more the letter prior to publication. q A boor is someone who talks when you want him to listen. Skeiber is the Superintendent of Schools. Such is the case at enough to handle everything payers in the wallet is the Duxbury…or is it? As a for.that the entire school system school system’s refusing to could throw at it. Deep griefs do speak softly. As to the “cannibalizing” of broken computers.000 being basically thrown away. and bringing it torious for needing money. and let the tax payers of Duxbury know how their money is really being spent. that’s roughly $40.” “Not while I’m alive.then a Dell PC. peripherals. q Answer to quiz: Your lap. it’s even more frustrating.” q An indispensable person knows there is no such thing. Ms. however that hardly even makes a dent. is being frivolously students. they might And the stubbornness and ible on a Mac. 802. In January 2006 Apple switched to the same x86 processor architecture used by Windows-based PC’s. and are much easier to work on (from a maintenance standpoint!) As the picture shows. Regardless of any outcome.” — Pauli Brussell. 10. but they’re of allowing the school departwhich has its own battery ridiculously expensive! At ment to view and respond to backup system. Tech dept. the Public School Technology De. Marks is a former employee of the Duxbury Public Schools Musings By JHC q Today’s quiz: Where can anyone but you sit? Answer below. 1 GB RAM. A side benefit is also the high return that is realized on investment in Macs as well as the very easy management associated with them. I am not a “disgruntled former employee. iLife 08. there computers. One said: “Brown is his own worst enemy. to purchase what they claim based server that is powerful What really hits the taxthey need. a good 90 come with Microsoft Office ers knew how their money was percent of the world doesn’t.) This component of the capital budget was cut during this year’s budget process in order to address other priorities. Each of vertising scheme. When it becomes evident that a computer is in this state and repair of the equipment is greater than their outright replacement. 27 computers were determined to be beyond repair and were picked up by a CRT recycling company. without buy anything but Macintosh eDiTor’S noTe even breaking a sweat. a student who works on a PC at home has no difficulty in make working computers out of salvageable parts. “You have them open one eye. If ev. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 23 Wasting money on technology here’s an old joke told by even older people. the stuWhile the Duxbury Public And all new computers that dents. sary then anything else. read his plays to his cook. If anyone has any further questions or concerns.000 new. q Moliere. q As soon as Johnny learned it was okay to end a sentence in a preposition. students dearly! For starters. Computers are purchased T By SUSAN SKEIBER with an intended life of five years. a 160 GB hard drive. they are much more reliable. but you can believe many of the things he says.Schools use Macs. The recent purchase of 50 iMac’s with funds allocated through this year’s capital exclusion accessing and utilizing their work the next day at school. the majority of both chased. Mac OS X. they could purchase wasted. This means have some reservations. as these are the machines that come with many of the tools students and teachers use in the learning and teaching environment. The inconsequential spending must be stopped. and more importantly. In his letter to the editor Mr. and have a clever adClipper took the unusual step different buildings. q Whatever became of banana fritters? q The first newspaper ever published was the Acta Diuma which appeared in Rome several centuries B. either Macs or PCs. The school department has continuously solicited the advice and assistance from members of the community with additional expertise in this area. For every on computers. The district’s history of purchasing Macs has been the practice. In this same vein of intended use. q The nursery rhyme “Mary Had A Little Lamb” was based on the true story of a girl named Mary Sawyer who had a pet lamb that followed her to the schoolhouse at Redstone Hill.” Therefore. in 1817.C. and I can only imagine that as a tax payer. the technology department arranges for the pick up of these machines by a local CRT computer recycling company that does not charge for the disposal of these computers. Such is the case with the recent purchase of 50 tablet PCs at the high school level for use in the area of science. Garage Band. I stand to gain nothing. it is more unnecesDell has a special deal for ed below. the district also purchases PCs when the intended use is better served by this platform. Massachusetts. are purchased off the state bid list. come with a better warranty. Now to quash any suspicions. looking to purchase are roughly that the allotted money given and not the upkeep of seven $1. Cliff Marks for a relatively brief time. q Middle age is when your old classmates are so gray. the servers sprawled out over four machine. erything were running on one in which it will give them a powerful server. student work. however after talking to a few different people about this. More specifically. the attention top of the line Desktop PC for mer employee of the Duxbury of the network administrator roughly $600. Rounding down. I can honestly state and more important things. override has been at a cost of $818 per machine. A speculator is one whose stocks go down. “How do you get a school employee to wink?” The answer of course.5 Leopard.) It is the intent of the district to continue to pursue the implementation of a SAN (storage area network. However if the taxpay. q “News is the first rough draft of history. Mr. DVD/ CD-RW.
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As a part of the No Place for Hate Community Network Conference. 9am . Potato. including the implementation of community-building programs. MacNab felt that the Planning Board would be able to revise the plan with its current resources and staff.6 pm www. The board voted 4-0 to endorse the plan.– Sat. The board had some questions about the placement of a handicapped parking spot. MacNab said the full Planning Board (only four out of seven members were present Monday) needs to sit down and answer a fundamental question about the town’s comprehensive plan. “If you start putting in can we afford to do this. For more information on the No Place for Hate program please call 781-934-8388. for example. the Metropolitan Area Planning Council at their meeting Monday night.585. MacNab said she believes the comprehensive plan could be revised rather than rewritten. The designation was achieved by the town’s work to foster a welcoming community for all. but it led into a larger conversation of the town’s long term land use goals first discussed at a land use summit at the Senior Center a few weeks ago. nothing’s changed. Member John Bear said the spreadsheet could be used. while promoting respect for individual and group differences through educational programs and initiatives.2392 Rt. TAKE A VACATION FROM THE ORDINARY TAKE-OUT FROM BONGI’S • • • • Fried Chicken Turkey Pies Turkey Sandwiches Salads . separate from the comprehensive plan. to calculate the financial impact of a 40B developer wanting to remove the 55-and-over component from his project. and the possible revision of the master plan. • The board discussed a plan for a mixed use building at 11 Washington Street. namely do they want to revise it or completely rewrite it. but to completely rewrite the guidelines would require hiring an outside consultant. The board members seemed firm in their decision to separate any kind of capital plan from the land use plan. something that was suggested at the summit. Casey said the owner wanted to build a picnic building where a house had recently been razed. She also wanted to keep any fiscal analysis. That hearing is scheduled for July 24.95 and Sunday Brunch $59. members of the Planning Board want to remain focused. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 25 Comprehensive Plan on the Horizon As the town discusses long-term planning goals. Macaroni & Cole Slaw • Boxed Lunches. and put the plan on the meeting agenda for July 28 so they could get clarification from the building department. community representatives also took part in anti-bias training workshops. Town Planner Christine Stickney presented the board with a report from the regional planning council. The report was just informational. July 16.Turkey. The No Place for Hate Community Network provides communities with a framework for fighting all forms of hatred and bigotry. In order to do this. representing a landowner on Goose Point Lane.” Casey said. • The board voted 4-0 to release the remaining escrow fund for the Songsparrow subdivion. can we afford to do that. 53.Wednesday. MA 02332 Open Tues. “On the ground. Platters & Fruit Pies ALL TAKEOUT SO YOU CAN ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS! Phone: 781. • The Planning Board voted to defer comment on the Brewster Commons 40B project to the Zoning Board of Appeals. Planning Board member George Wadsworth said he was involved in an earlier study that created a spreadsheet that could be used to calculate the financial impact of new development on By JUSTIN GRAEBER the town.95 .6:00pm Sunday & Tuesday thru Thursday Maple Mustard Glazed Center Cut Pork Chop Grilled Kobe Flank Steak Atlantic Salmon Fillet Sugar Cane Lorded Sea Scallops Lemon Thyme Roasted Half Chicken Grilled Swordﬁsh Steak *Our regular spectacular menu is always Visit the GIFT SHOP AT CRANE BROOK FUNCTIONS!! Fancy or Casual . In other business: • The board met with engineer Mark Casey. Chicken.bongis. and connected with leaders from neighboring communities. two lots had to be combined. Duxbury “No Place for Hate” Crane Brook Water Front Dining 2008 Sunset Dinner for 2 Entrées RESTAURANT & TEA ROOM “A Bit of Europe in an Elegant Country Setting” We are open for lunch starting at $6. Duxbury. The No Place for Hate Committee is under the auspices of the Duxbury Interfaith Council. • The board voted to accept the meeting minutes of May 19 and June 16. we’re going to get in trouble.2 Entrees & Complimentary Glass of House Wine 3:00pm .” said Wadsworth.com Duxbury was recognized and designated by the ADL as a 2008 No Place for Hate Community.
General in Boston via Neighbor Cindy Buckley MedFlight helicopter. of Hanson.” will be a birding run called the dump truck. Get the Grady! Bayside Marine Corp.9159 Plain Street. Nava and Sons. he said. which was carrying the bulldozer. with the kids and then tap into By JUSTIN GRAEBER Audubon on the Beach If you enjoy living in Duxbury. Police and fire crews. This is a free series of programs funded by Duxbury Beach Reservation. 53.pickup truck but avoided the 2. bring binoculars and sunscreen. organized by Mass Audubon. July 29. name was not released.—12:30 a. MA 02050 police and utility crews assess the accident and subsequent damage while closing off the road.. were called to the scene as the bulldozer crashed into a telephone pole and knocked out power in the area.781. This vehicle also creature.emberdining. quality. McK. the horseshoe crab.” Library Teen activities . On Thursday. gent operation. and a the State Police Truck Team Winging It. after 30-40 ran the stop sign ahead of the Finally. Michael Ciano. July 16. then you’ll love dining in Marshfield (Ember) CONTEMPORARY DINING AND DRINKS RECEPTIONS . said Duxbury Fire said Chubb.m. Lewis Chubb been traveling with McKiners Watershed Association for of the Duxbury Police. 205 Tournament 20' Dual Console Marine Advisory: Get the Grady Grady-White sets the standard for safety.m. is in full swing.com Serving dinner nightly . shining. of luckily. 2008 Charges Filed in Route 53 Crash A Wednesday afternoon crash at the intersection of Route 53 and Franklin Street sent two people to the hospital and upended a bulldozer.com 781-934-0561 A MedFlight helicopter picks up one of the crash victims after landing at the Chandler School. and cited for a cident. Mass Audubon’s Duxbury Beach program meets in the right hand parking lot across the Powder Point Bridge at 9:30 a. according to Duxbury Police. truck.more making their way back from arctic breeding grounds. “Something Duxbury Beach! On Tuesday. Join Twilight series fans from 10:30 p. called in.” she said. Fall migration 12-year-old passenger were for an equipment violation. A third passenger boom.m. and she and released.26 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday.baysidemarinecorp. Chief Kevin Nord. A passenger in the pickup This bulldozer was knocked off a truck during the accident. their artistic side with crafts appropriately themed for the beach. August gallons of diesel fuel were re. at Westwinds Bookshop to transform ourselves into vampires and werewolves in honor of the latest Stephenie Meyer Twilight series. Take to the water with confidence in the worldʼs most superbly engineered small sportfishing boat. August 1. meets every Wednesday at 2 p. The driver’s Audubon program staff members as they explore the bay tanks. was transported to inside the other vehicle were injured. please contact John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. non’s truck was also cited a special study of a familiar A spill cleanup truck was with a stop sign violation. no one was inside the bulldozer. along with Verizon and NStar workers. turnstones and McKinnon was charged State Police ruled the violation by Duxbury Police with negli. knocking the bulldozer off the truck and into the telephone pole. 17. Mass. plovers. that must mean it’s innon was transported by am“You hear the screechbulance to Jordan Hospital in ing and steel yourself for the time for Mass Audubon to hit Plymouth. Marshfield. of Kingston. ignored a stop sign on Franklin Street and crashed into the side of a dump truck/flatbed truck from the company Fred E. Transform your perspective through reading… “Breaking Dawn” Book Release Party – Friday. it’s the kids’ turn! Join Mass leased from the flatbed truck’s accident. Dana DupDuperre was also cited by erre. on Saturday. rant. The pickup truck was then dragged for a short time. 441 Washington Street • Duxbury Hours: Open 7 Days 8am-6pm www. according to a would like to see a light inIf it’s July and the sun is hospital spokeswoman. A 2004 Dodge Dakota pickup truck driven by Claire McKinnon. 17. 20 07 Photo by Dylan and Jackson Simard Teen Book Discussion Group Talk. Come prepared to walk or sit. yellowalso uninjured.REHEARSALS . with various species of sandpipers. “Breaking Dawn. Inc. For more information. said Lt. reliability and performance even in the toughest conditions. The driver of has to be done about this.stalled. He was said accidents at the intersectreated in the emergency room tion are too common.PRIVATE EVENTS www. said Chubb. He added that the legs.834 . join Sara Grady stop sign and right of way vioA third vehicle that had of the North and South Rivlation.m. although two people Hanson.was not the cause of the ac. there was unharmed.
5:43 p. 9:08 p. 1:51 a. Caller reported a cement truck on King Caesar Road struck a telephone wire. Vehicle gone on arrival. Friday. Caller reported a suspicious motor vehicle parked on Ledgewood Drive. Marshfield Police Department requested mutual aid in searching for a motor vehicle operator who fled the scene of an accident on Webster Street. Motor vehicle stopped on Tremont Street. July 4 12:18 a.m. Verizon notified for damage to telephone pole.m. they should contact the middle school before the start of school and leave a message on voice mail for Donna Doyle. Police arrested one male.m. vandalized by youths in the area. Caller reported a motor vehicle accident with possible injury on Summer Street. Caller reported breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and a missing pocketbook on Old Mill Lane. they must be fully immunized and have current physicals on file in the health office. 9:34 a. Suspect not found.m. Caller reported an intoxicated female on Duxbury Beach. Caller reported a suspicious male walking in the area of Crosscreek Lane. Pete at pluscko@hotmail. enjoy a great dinner and have fun dancing the night away with the band Tropical Fire.m. Detail officer reported hearing a burglar alarm reported in the area of Fort Hill Lane. Caller reported a medical emergency on Keene Street for a child out of control.m. For more information please contact Heather at heatherfiedler@aol. Caller reported a noise disturbance at Wadsworth Field on Tremont Street.m. Caller reported house on Chestnut Street struck by lightning. July 5 12:13 a. 3:56 p. The documentation should be submitted before the first day of school.m.m. Motor vehicle stopped on the Powder Point Bridge. Caller reported breaking and entering to their guest house on Tremont Street.m. 11:13 a. Wednesday. 10:16 p.m. July 9 12:10 p. 7:10 p. Notices were sent home earlier this year for each student specifically indicating if any items were needed. Caller reported a motor vehicle struck a telephone pole on Elm Street. 10:19 p. Caller reported finding a tree down on Bolas Road. Senior Portraits TRACY SHEEHAN Photography 781-585-7363 TracySheehan. Caller reported his truck on Temple Street was ed a well-being check for a party on Washington Street.m. 11:29 a.m. This is in concurrence with Massachusetts state regulation. 9:51 a. 9:25 p. Caller reported a motor vehicle accident with possible injury on Tremont Street. Injured party transported to Mass General Hospital by MedFlight. 11:10 a. Sunday.m.m. plates just left the transfer station with four small children in the bed of the truck. 8:30 p. Motor vehicle stopped on Fordville Road. Citation issued. Caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver on Duck Hill Road.H. Harbormaster reported a fight on Saquish Beach Point. Caller reported a small pickup truck with N.m.m.m. Motor vehicle stopped on East Street. Suspect not found. Caller reported a motor vehicle accident with property damage on Tremont Street. Caller reported someone ringing their doorbell on East Street. 8:37 p. Ambulance transported two injured parties to Jordan Hospital. 5:28 a. July 2 9:26 a. 6:36 p. Verizon notified for repair of telephone service.m. If a parent or guardian has any questions.m. Police shuttled party to the Kingston/Duxbury line. Caller reported a suspicious male in a black pickup truck attempting to sell irrigation equipment from the back of his truck on Washington Street.m. July 3 4:19 a. Caller reported minors creating a disturbance on Bay Avenue.Wednesday. Owner notified.m.m.m. at 781-934-7640. 8:38 p. 11:30 p. Suspect apprehended.m. Tuesday.m. Verizon notified. Motor vehicle stopped on West Street. 9:56 p. Thursday. Scituate Police Department notified. Citation issued. Bureau of Criminal Investigation notified and vehicle tow requested.m. 1:53 p. 2:49 a. DHS Class of ‘88 Reunion In order for students to enter seventh grade this fall. Vehicle tow requested.m.m. July 6 12:33 a.m. Police notified.m. 10:37 p. July 7 5:06 a. Police investigated and notified parents. please mail or drop off the paperwork to DMS at 71 Alden Street. Walk-in party reported breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Vine Street. 11:49 a.m. As many annual physical exams are scheduled over the summer. 7:39 p. 12:47 a. Attention Students Entering 7th Grade at DMS . 8:35 a.m. age 22. Suspect gone on arrival. Caller requestMonday. 7:03 p. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 27 Duxbury Police Log Wednesday. July 8 1:00 a.m. Police reported a suspicious male in dark clothes walking on Federal Eagle Road. Fire department and NSTAR notified.m. Vehicle tow requested. 7:13 p.m.m.com The DHS Class of ‘88 is planning its 20th reunion for Saturday. 7:44 p. Patient transported to Jordan Hospital by ambulance.m. Fire department notified. Citation issued. Citation issued.m. 3:45 p.m.m. Fire department and NSTAR notified.m.m.com or Paul at pcasale@welchhrg. Mutual aid requested by Mansfield Police Department. Vehicle tow requested. Police investigated and notified parents. Motor vehicle stopped on King Caesar Road. Caller reported a simple assault and battery that occurred in Scituate. Caller reported a motor vehicle fire on Alden Street. 12:48 p. Plymouth Police Department requested for assistance. Vehicle gone on arrival. A golf outing is also being planned for that morning. Police reported a stolen license plate recovered in town. Caller reported house on Sagamore Road struck by lightning. 10:28 a. Caller reported a gathering of youths walking on Bayridge Lane and a suspicious motor vehicle traveling up and down the street. Patrols advised.m. Caller reported a missing yellow kayak from Spring Street. Vehicle tow requested. Saturday. of Tremont Street on an outstanding warrant. 9:35 p. Marshfield Police Department requested mutual aid from the K-9 Officer on Ocean Street. Caller reported their mailbox on Lakeshore Drive was vandalized during the night.com. Suspect gone on arrival. Suspects gone on arrival. Motor vehicle stopped on Franklin Street. K-9 Officer and vehicle tow requested. 11:41 a. July 16. DPW notified. 12:09 p. Caller reported a possible intoxicated driver in a black pickup truck on Summer Street. August 23 at the East Bay Grille in Plymouth. school nurse. Motor vehicle stopped on High Street. Come and catch up with old friends. Suspect not found.
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MA 02332 781-934-0007 • www. 2008 TAKE-OUT Native Grown Turkeys & Turkey Products 781-5 85-2392 www. When I filled out Shari’s health form. She led me to her massage table for the first of three sample sessions at Duxbury’s Indigo Wellness Center. hot stones.sports • calendar • classifieds • Lunch • Dinner • Bar & Lounge Open 7 Days Gift Certificates 133 Ocean Street • Brant Rock 781-834-9144 Three teams from Duxbury participated in a Little League tournament in Pembroke over the weekend. Kingston. had of- S By Bruce Barrett Bruce@duxBuryclipper. as she went to prepare the room. including deep tissues and issues. July 16. Colin McGilvery fires to the plate for the 11-year-olds. and ice cream (Scoops) where Standish Street ends and Hall’s Corner really is a corner. The shop is part of the splendid little strip of businesses.FTduxbury. 19B Standish Street.bongis. and others. East Bridgewater and Plymouth in the annual tournament. Three sessions: therapeutic WHAT’S GOING ON HERE? massage with Shari. I called Lisa to set up the visit. her partner in the business. not that one. spirit consultation with Medium Debra Wallace. I was afraid to set off a new hornets’ nest. but real. Shari does a variety of massage techniques – therapeutic. We settled on therapeutic massage. Another plunge off the far end of the pier where the New Age is roiling and old age is showing: mine.934.6551 S S ~AND CAR SERVICE ~ Z-TRAIN: Alex Zola does a Dontrelle Willis-like leg kick.com Rt. waist up. A cheery shout. head and neck. continued on page 4 Rent one of our portable greens for your next Birthday.” she said from behind me. MA 02332 M ROOK MOTOR ILLB LET’S REFUEL AMERICA! Contact Millbrook for details! www. personal fitness trainer and Reiki practitioner. Chicken. 53. Jake Corbett digs for third base. I asked if I had to be honest. not a chicken. Duxbury. Duxbury. “Yes!” she shouted back. Fundraiser or Corporate Event (508) 947-4725 firstclassputtinggreens. Shari’s office at Indigo is a prize at the end of a maze.com Find help fast in the Service Directory … page 12 . 781-585-8316 800-413-5466 104 Tremont Street. Doors surprised me on my right and on my left. Little leaguers shine Section B • Wednesday.com fered to set up the sampling day for me months ago. But I’m a writer. Duxbury 781. front and back. Just what I need. Go ahead. so after months of demurring. Luke Stevens laces an RBI hit into the outfield for the 11-year-old team. Lisa Schermerhorn.millbrookmotors. Photos by Dave Palana Take the new age plunge he led me down a path worthy of a shaman’s journey.com ENGINEERING COMPANY SEACOAST Kevin Corcoran of the Suburban team slides in ahead of the tag from South River catcher Bryce Grey in a battle between the to Duxbury 10-year-old teams.” Shari Harris is a massage therapist. Two 10-year-old teams and one 11-year-old team took on challengers from Pembroke. That’s my room. brick sidewalks. pilates instructor. “In there. The room is darkened enough to take a few moments to adjust. “No. and Intuitive Dowsing and Emotional Freedom Technique session with Lisa herself.com 1474 Tremont St.
.. reception.. e s. or call the South Shore Conservatory box office at 781-749-7565 ext. in the computer lab at the Senior Center. jazz pianist and vocalist.m. Tuesday. Tues. at the Duxbury Free Library. Admission is free. Worship – Rev. Tremont Street.m. 6 a. guitarist and vocalist.org Rev.. 51.m. For more information. at the Bumpus Gallery.. performed by members of Opera by the Bay. July 16. 7 a. July 13.m.m.. First Church of Christ Scientist 781-934-6434 Sun.. 10:30-11:15 a. 9:30 a. guest artists. call John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. David Woods 781-585-8295 Sun. 10:30-11:15 a.. White and Blue on the Green. Fri.m.. Religious services First Baptist fbcd. Space is limited. Sean McLaughlin. 2 p..org. Summer Worship and Church School at 9 a.. at the Duxbury Free Library..2 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. – 6 p. 6:30 p..m..c om . No registration required. July 20.m. 51.m..m. and Duxbury Music Festival and South Shore Conservatory faculty performing works by Bernstein. . drop in story time for ages 4 and 5. in the picture book room at the Duxbury Free Library. featuring the students of the Duxbury Music Festival. Sunday school class-children through adult-immediately following morning worship. 2008 1 and older.. He rocks. No registration required..” Upcoming Event: July 20-24. 8:30 a. followed by fellowship. Cost is $7. Buddhist Meditation Group. Catherine Cullen 781-934-6532 Sun. 7 p. noted children’s performer. Men’s prayer group Fri. Holy Family Church holyfamilyduxbury. at the Duxbury Free Library.com or fax to 781-934-5917. refreshments will be served.m. David Troxler 781-585-3419 Sun. and v dance s o o pp o r l u n te e r t uni t ie s ! Wednesday..m. for kids Kindergarten through grade 6.m.m.. films and relevant issues of the day. 7 p.org Rev...m. God-OnTap first Monday of the month 7-9 p. 7 p. Daytime Bible study Thurs.m.m. at the Duxbury Free Library. For more information. devotion and prayer time.m. Discuss books. Rep.m.. 8 p. at Mass Audubon’s North River Wildlife Sanctuary. 9 a.com. Ellison Center for the Arts. 10:30-11:15 a.m. or call the South Shore Conservatory box office at 781-749-7565 ext..m. spoon man Jim Cruise will set the Merry Room grooving for families with children entering grade Friday.. 7:30 p. he rolls. on a sp ace se d even ts .. 4 p. 11 a. United Methodist Church highstreetumc.m... at First Parish Church. Pilgrim Church pilgrimchurchofduxbury.m. Sunday school and Bible studies for all ages.com Rev. 6 p. the DeaDline is Friday at noon. 9 a. worship service and Sunday school.m.. Space is limited. Kevin Cassidy Sunday worship. Solo and ensemble performances by Duxbury Music estival faculty and students. the topic will be “Elijah-Obedience in a Threatening World. Paul’s Church of the Nazarene Rev. and admission is free.m. 10 a.m. Roy Tripp 781-934-6523 Summer Service Schedule (June-August) Sunday.. Participants can bring their own spoons and learn how to master the art of spooning during the concert. call 781-934-6106 or email aarnold@duxburyhistory.. at the Duxbury Free Library. Space is limited though and adults must remain in the children’s department during the program. Burnt Toast Bi-Weekly. at the Winsor House Tavern. 4 p.m. Bible study.org Rev.m. 5 p. 6:45 a. re publish ed Dux bu ry-b a da r items a Ca le n ommerci a l is fo r n on-c Preference e ms by a le n d a r i t t s@ Se nd c t o e ve n o o n Fr id ay .. Burnt Toast Bi-Weekly.m. n ss sis. Teen Discussion Group. ladies’ luncheon.. call State Representative Thomas Calter’s office at 617-7222305. 51. Holy Journey Community of Faith journeycf.m. lecture presented by Author Ted Clarke on “Unsung but Fascinating Bostonians. senior high youth group. July 17 Strength Training Class. Bird Watcher’s Club.. Sand Sculpture Contest.m. 10 a...m. July 23. on the Duxbury Millennium Town Green. at the Duxbury Free Library. call 781-9342721 x115. 10:30 a.org..m. 11 a.m. Route 53 to celebrate Sabbat and Esbat Rituals. 10 a.. Gather ‘Round Storytime. and 8:30 a.934-6095 Dr. For more information. July 18 Monday. call 781-9342721 x115. Fisherman Services. For more information. Cost is $12 for Mass Audubon members.. July 21 Student Solo Competition.m. Barbara Kszystyniak 781-585-9863 Sun. call John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. For more information. w p l ays o r k sh o p s. July 20. Vacation Bible School. 8:15 a. eVestors. 9:45 a.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Wed.m. Cost is $7. 9-10 a. at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street with Missy Walker. 9-12:30 p. call 781-934-5774 x 15.m... July 25 Bird Watcher’s Club.org 781. and $15 for nonmembers. c l a s s e s. x115.. 9-12:30 p.m. Nursery care provided.m. Summer Music Festival.. Bay Path Nursing Home Ministry. 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 . July 23 Circle of Songs. 10:30 a.m. No registration required. 10:30 a. For more information. 5-7 p. The exhibit will feature a selection of photographs by Paul Cary Goldberg. Thursdays.org. For tickets visit the Web site duxburymusicfestival. family Mass. For more information. Free and fun for the entire family. Thursday.m.m. and $15 for nonmembers. and he plays the spoons to music from bluegrass to rock. 7:30 p. meets weekly and produces a literary newspaper. morning worship with Pastor David Troxler speaking. Story-Craft Time.m. Pilgrim Childcare and Preschool. sunday.. Wed. call 781-9342721 x 115 or visit the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. 12 p. Derek van Gulden preaching. meets weekly and produces a literary newspaper. The exhibit will be on display during the months of July and August. Sun. Last Wed. call 781-9342721 x 115 or visit the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. 9 a.m. Friday Night Entertainment..m. Church of St. No registration required. music and fun activities for beginning and novice readers. For more information. at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street with Missy Walker. Meets in the morning at the Kingsbury Club.-2 p. Children must be accompanied by an adult.m. John The Evangelist stjohnsduxbury. Eucharist at 9 a. 9-10:30 a. service. in the area of the Duxbury beach walkway.m. July 22 Stories and More.m. Weds. For more information. sacred youth ministry at the teen center. 10:30 a. Roots Genealogy Club.. guitarist and vocalist.” at the King Caesar Barn on King Caesar Road. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. This year’s theme is: “Army Adventure. Advance registration is required and may be done by visiting the children’s reference desk.. 10:30-11 a. a performance by popular recording artist Maggie Scott. Eloise Parks 781-934-6591 Mon.com..m.. Wild Spooning at the Library.m. For more information. featuring Washington Red.m.org. 6:30 p. at the PAC. 7:30 p.. 10 a. Johann Strauss’s comic operetta.. concert on the Duxbury Millennium Town Green. and 11:30 a.. Friday. the closing performance: Die Fledermaus. Photo Show and Reception..org Rev. at the Winsor House on Washington Street. 5:30 p. For more information..m.. of the month. King Caesar Morning Lecture. at the Senior Center. certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. Evening prayer group Wed. in the picture book room at the Duxbury Free Library. Free tickets are required and may be picked up at the children’s reference desk or reserved by calling 781-9342721 x115..-Sat. led by guest conductor Steven Karidoyanes of the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra.m.m. Summer Music Festival.” SenD ChurCh liStingS to religion@clipperpress. For more information.m. For more information.org Rev. Family Story Time. Activities will include stories. Refreshments will be served and all are invited to attend.-Fri. i c o u rs ng s. Wed. Brockton.m. For tickets visit the Web site duxburymusicfestival. 1 p. July 23. Ford Center at Miramar.. or call the South Shore Conservatory box office at 781-749-7565 ext.m. The rosary is prayed after daily Mass..-8 p. Gather ‘Round Storytime. 7 a. First Church of Wicca firstchurchofwicca. July 20 Summer Music Festival. in the children’s program room. poetry. service and Sunday school for youth to age 20. Cost is $12 for Mass Audubon members. certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. Hugh Hanley. July 24 Strength Training Class..m. Pre-registration is required. Sun. First Parish Church duxburyuu. Business Networking Group.. A Course in Miracles. The public is invited. morning prayer.. at Mass Audubon’s North River Wildlife Sanctuary.m.com. 2 p. Kendra Vaughan Hovey 508-922-1666 Meetings are held monthly at 539 Summer Street. Space is limited though and children must be accompanied by an adult. Back by popular demand.. Advance tickets are required and can be picked up at the children’s reference desk or reserved by calling 781-934-2721. Space is limited. Aug 18. Calter Office Hours. at the Senior Center.m. Pre-registration is required. call the library children’s department at 781-9342721 x115. babysitting available at 8:30 and 10 a.m. Wired Word Bible study. call 781-9345740. 4:30 p. 8 a. 9 a. 9-10:30 a. students and faculty of the Duxbury Music Festival. Admission is $5 per person.m. adult choir.m. A stay alone. Sean McLaughlin. 7 p. 2-4 p. Bryan Parrish 781-934-5055 Weekend Mass: Sat.. featuring the Competition Winner’s Concert at the Ellison Center for the Arts on Saint George Street. For more information. No registration is required.m. saTurday. call 781-934-5774 x 15.. of each month dinner is served at Mainspring Shelter. at the Winsor House on Washington Street. Arlen and Gershwin.m. call 781-934-6532. For tickets visit the Web site duxburymusicfestival. 7-8:30 p. c l i pp e r p re av a il a ble b a Thursday.m.org Rev. 7 p. 6:15-8:15 p. For information e-mail Susan Irving at sirving@sherwoodmortgage. will present a concert for children in preschool through kindergarten in the Merry Room of the Duxbury Free Library. 9:30 a. St. church office re-opens on Mon... Daily Mass: Mon. July 19 .. Third Fri. Summer Music Festival. call 781-934-2721. Friday Night Entertainment..
No registration required. Sustainable Duxbury. upcoMing ongoing Rockland Trust Food Drive.. 10:30-11:15 a. Dude Ranch Disco. For information call 781-934-2721. call Ellen at 791-9342721 x106. For more information. meets on Fridays at Mass Audubon’s North River Wildlife Sanctuary. A selection of photographs by Paul Cary Goldberg will be on display during the months of July and August.m. and $15 for non-members. at Westwinds. 7 p. 7-10 at the Ellison Center for the Arts.m. For more information.” Emil Horowitz Wadsworth Lane OurCommunity/FoodPantryItems. I have three piercings but I want more.” Dave Farese Tremont Street “I am definitely getting a tattoo.. For more information. For more information.. 10:30 a. Join the SSC in a day-trip to Tanglewood. 3. For more information. 2 p. Thurs. A stay alone. Reservations are required. For information e-mail Susan Irving at sirving@ sherwoodmortgage. sponsored by the Duxbury Free Library. Reservations are strongly recommended. Breaking Dawn Book Release Party. Items will be collected at all Rockland Trust branches through August 31. Meets on Wednesdays at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street from 7-8:30 p. Aug. music and fun activities for beginning and novice readers. “Being of the Jewish faith. “I don’t like huge tattoos but I don’t mind the small ones. call Donna Olsson at 508-746-1677. On the third Friday of each month.” at the King Caesar Barn on King Caesar Road. No registration required. Begins with a story. Rep. on the meetinghouse grounds at 6 River Street in Plymouth. The Helen Bumpus Gallery is located on the main level of the Duxbury Free Library.. Cost is $12 for Mass Audubon members. For more information. team building and goal setting skills and end the week with a daylong “mystery” field trip. Scituate.m. near Duxbury Beach Park and Blakeman’s Restaurant. For a list of suggested items.m. July 26 Song of the Sea Festival. at the Milepost Restaurant. Thurs.m. For more information email founding president and Duxbury resident. net. Refreshments will be served and all are invited.m.m. For more information. certified personal trainer and fitness consultant. at the Duxbury Free Library.org. For more information. refreshments will be served. call 781-934-2731 x4. For more information. Meets on Wednesday mornings at the Kingsbury Club. For more information. dauwer@comcast.. For more information. Aug.m. Japanese Tea Ceremony. Burnt Toast Bi-Weekly. Calter Office Hours. Tuesdays in July. Rainforest Roundup. 10 a.org or call 781-934-2731 x 4. at the Second Meeting House Lot on Chestnut Street. in the children’s program room. cello.” Celia Edwards Chestnut Street Bumpus Gallery Exhibit.. 4 p.Wednesday. drop in story time for ages 4 and 5.S. Poetry Circle. Art Complex Museum Exhibit. call Judi Vose at 781934-3283 or Jim Savicki at 781-5858041.m. July 19 from 2-4 p.. 10:30-11:15 a. call 781-934-2721 x106.. on Thursdays at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street with Missy Walker.. Starry Night.” is scheduled to run through August 17. Aug.m.. Friday nights at the Winsor House on Washington Street. Rockland Trust is giving a $250 contribution to each food pantry in the towns the bank serves. Depression Support Group.. Aug.. 12-4 p. at the Duxbury Free Library.m. call 781-582-2700 or visit the Web site at shirathayam. For registration or more information. No registration is required. call Linda at 781-934-5774 x 15. at the ACM. For more information.but not for me!” Anne Ballinger Tobey Garden Street saTurday. meets on the first Monday of each month at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street. call 781-9342721 x115.com/ Photos by Paul Goldberg at Bumpus Gallery A selection of photographs by Paul Cary Goldberg will be featured at the Helen Bumpus Gallery in Duxbury during July and August..m.net Stories and More. 4 until 12 p. Meets on the first Thursday of each month at the ACM from 10-11:30 a.m. 2:15 p. Preregistration is required by calling 781-934-6634 x15. visit the Web site duxburyart. at the ACM. “Fine. Sat. August 25-29. call 781934-5774 x15.m. Advance registration is required and may be done by visiting the children’s reference desk. Pre-registration is required.. August 11-15. at the Inly School. Senior Citizens Club. Tanglewood Trip.” Stephanie Pierdinock Congress Street Midsummer Art Show. Space is limited. pdf. Olde Chiltonville Antique Festival. Admission is $5 per person. Class is $6. call State Representative Thomas Calter’s office at 617-7222305. 12-5 p. Beach Preservation Society Family Beach Day. Sean McLaughlin. call 781-934-6106 or email aarnold@duxburyhistory. call 781-934-6106 or email aarnold@ duxburyhistory.m. His career as an artist has included many awards and representation in numerous group shows as well as solo exhibits at the Sherman Gallery of Boston University. 1. at the Senior Center. at the Duxbury Free Library. lecture presented by Archaeologist Craig Chartier on “the upcoming archaeological dig. call John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. 9-12:30 p. Business Networking Group.. Meets on Thursdays.m.. rain or shine. A reception to meet the artist will be held at the Gallery on Saturday..m. 21. Aug. Sun. For more information. Cost is $210 per person all-inclusive. NIA Holistic Movement Class. Space is limited though and children must be accompanied by an adult. Aug. I like nose rings. For more information.com.. one of today’s hottest local Jewish rock bands in the U. earrings and belly button rings but piercings have to be subtle. August 4-9. at the DSU.50 per person. 10:30-12 p. at Sugar Plum Bakery in Kingston. Pembroke. Admission is $5 per person. For more information. 2 p. featuring Yom Hadash. call the DSU 781-934-2290 or visit the Web site duxburystudentunion. at the Duxbury Free Library. 4 p. Gather ‘Round Storytime.com. NY.. August 4-8. Tuesdays in July. Class members will meet five evenings for leadership training. Aug. Meets every other Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.com or call Ann Marie Stuhr at 781-934-9568 or Colleen Brayer at 781-934-6474. For more information visit the Web site at duxburybusinessassociation.org. com. call 781-934-2721 x131. 24. For more information. Children must be accompanied by an adult. at the Pembroke Hospital.m. 9-10:30 a.m. . 7.m. Sat. Surfin’ Safari. Next meeting Tues..” under the auspices of the DRHS. 10 a. For reservations or more information. Tickets are $10 per person or $20 per family. call 781-749-7565 x19. Admission is $4.m. and Mon.. 9 a. please visit the Web site at rocklandtrust. “Complex Conversations: Joan Paley and Alice Means.. August 18-22. Meets on Fridays. Bird Watcher’s Club.. Story-Craft Time.. you name it we will help.m. 23.m.. Sun. Teen Discussion Group.m. In addition to the food drive. followed by a snack and art project. 7. Meets on Wednesdays.. Leadership Academy.m. Aug 3. at the Duxbury Free Library. a BBQ/Concert style event. July 16. For more information. 10:30 a. com. Aug. For more information. call 781-829-7211. in the picture book room at the Duxbury Free Library. Cost is $7. For more information. Stories and Art for Preschoolers and Toddlers. Aug. The exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours. Under the Sea.. Strength Training Class. July 27 DAA Summer Programs. Admission is free but seating is limited. Meets on the second Thursday of every month from 7-8:30 p. King Caesar Morning Lecture. Admission is free but seating is limited. A Course in Miracles. DBA Breakfast Meeting. call 781 585-6007.. Art Complex Museum Exhibit. 10:30-11 a. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 3 By Sarie Booy Question of the Week How do you feel about tattoos and piercings? “I am getting a tattoo as soon as I have enough money.m. at the Duxbury Free Library and produces a literary newspaper. July 28-August 1.. A weekly study group discussing the book that has attracted national attention. 7:30 p.. at 10:30 a. Aug.. Meets on the first Friday of each month at the Senior Center on Mayflower Street at 9:30 a. sunday. Carlos Migual Prieta will be conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra featuring guest soloist Yo-Yo-Ma. Information or using computers. 46 Watch Hill Drive. For more information visit the Web site at duxburybeach. 2. Space is limited. Karyn Dauwer at karyn. guitarist and vocalist. For an appointment or for more information. lecture presented by Author Michael Tougias on “King Philip’s War. call Lee at 781-585-9242.m. Meets on Thursdays. Goldberg’s still life photography has been widely acclaimed. July 29.m. Fri. poetry. 7. Tuesdays in July. it is against our laws and belief to tattoo and pierce the body. “Rooted in Tradition: Art Quilts from the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum” is scheduled to run through Sept. 9 a.-3 p. Book a Librarian. Meets on Fridays at the Senior Center. Space is limited though and adults must remain in the children’s department during the program. and the Pucker Gallery in Boston. Artwork registration will be held on Sun. 9-10 a. refreshments will be served. call 781-9342721..m... King Caesar Morning Lecture. call 781-934-2721 x115 or visit the library Web site at duxburyfreelibrary. and encouraging their employees to volunteer at local food pantries. Family Story Time. Sessions will be tailor made to address the individual needs of our patrons. Activities will include stories.. Japanese Tea Ceremony. Friday Night Entertainment. the Girrafics Gallery in East Hampton.m. Starry. the Seraphin Gallery in Philadelphia. Women’s Networking Group. 77 Alden Street. The Reference Department at the Duxbury Free Library is offering 30 – minute oneon-one sessions to assist patrons in their life long learning quests. Costs $5 per session. Thurs.m.
� Affordable rates starting at $9. Lisa. busiest and truest five-corner intersection. shares whatever images or impressions they have to offer. local Little League. at the high school practice field. In the championship game against Central Mass Smash. deeply comforting and vitally challenging.4 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. outwardly ordinary enough to be in a café. Mildner and Rozanski – provided a great spark. but not your mind. I did. a temporary effect I hope. She merely extends her presence to souls on the other side. She should bounce back with some time in her sunny front office looking out at Duxbury’s biggest. Debra doesn’t claim to “channel.m.com and click on Gridiron Football Clinic or call Joanne Savard at 781-934-5982 or register that day. By the end. and an exiting new technique called EFT – emotional freedom technique. Forget the howling. Lisa draws on her intuitive skills. It pays to advertise in your hometown newspaper. Debra didn’t need to “get” all the details. Troy Salvatore set the stage in the opening inning with a single.6682 • www.’ The Seadogs roster includes P/IB/OF Phil Sciretta of Pine Lake Road.) and felt quite energized. The team includes Phil Sciretta of Pine Lake Road. Using the technique. pendulum and empathy to guide herself and you (me) as the session unfolds. 13U and 12U. stolen base and he scored on a single by Jeff Cavanaro. The tapping is accompanied by self-composed affirmations. who came home on a double by Phil Sciretta. Babe Ruth. The session is a discussion.) one at a time. go to DuxburyFootball. dowsing. � Knowledgeable & personal service Seniors • Sports • Events • Theatre • Portraits 781. Most of our time together focused on EFT. Coolest thing of all. including one real sparkler. The concession stand will be open and all sales will benefit the Gridiron Club. The game was pickedup where it left off and the Seadogs went on to win. or American Legion baseball programs. Be ready to speak up if anything hurts too much. The cost is $25 and all participants receive a t-shirt. Shari can read your body.75 � Generous frequency discounts � Complimentary design services � Print & Web combo packages. Simple. she can sit with you and contact the departed. for years. Politely. 2008 New age continued from page one Seadogs capture 3 NEAAU Titles Deep massage reaches pockets of tension that have been filled. She presses through those knots with glorious strength. rather than replace. not to test and trick her with a final “Gotcha!” The result was a stunning array of right-on impressions and images. Sessions with Shari. which is located above the varsity field. My motivation was to communicate with Debra and beyond. including Reiki. “When I asked people in the area what paper they read they all said The Clipper! You get the most for your dollar. with permission all around. Mind reading is next. The Seadogs/AAU Traveling Baseball program is part of the South Shore Baseball Club.934. dowsing tools. which has been a member of the Massachusetts Association of the Amateur Athletic Union since 1994. and so did I. on the other hand. It took the 15-and-under Seadogs two days to win the NEAAU title. Lisa rounded out my treatment trilogy with a session of her intuitive techniques. The 15-and-under Seadogs AAU baseball team recently won the New England AAU Championship. Members of the coaching staff. amnesic sessions you may have seen in films. . I often explained to Debra the possible meaning of one image or another. I had pretty much learned the EFT sequence we used (to be practiced at home.” –– Leo Finn British Beer Company Pembroke Youth football clinic DHS Varsity Football Coach Dave Maimaron invites all children entering grades 2-8 to participate in a youth football clinic on July 30 from 5-7 p. The Seadogs program is intended to supplement.” She doesn’t speak with anyone’s voice but her own. “The new guys – Silva. Three more runs in the third gave the Seadogs a 5-0 advantage. It’s just that EFT involves a sequence of acupressure-like self tapping that takes time off the clock.” head coach Frank Niles commented.karenwong-photo. The Seadogs compete against other Massachusetts AAU teams for the right to qualify for the AAU National Baseball T Championships held all across the country. and through ordinary (slightly extraordinary) conversation.com For an advertising kit or to speak to a sales person please call 781-934-2811. Debra Wallace is a medium. one peels away layers of specific issues (like resentment about taking out the garbage. Debra or Lisa all run around $75 to $85 per hour. When Shari finds one. 9-4. To register for the event. focus. Meanwhile. he Seadogs traveling baseball team scored a rare “triple” in the recent New England AAU championships. but that’s deceptive – all of Lisa’s intuitive techniques function together. July 16. “This veteran group did their best when their best was needed. and patience. Ask about the Weeping Angel Foundation if you wish to contribute to New Age healing for those who can’t afford it. but with growing depth and complexity. along with players from the 2007 Super Bowl champion team will provide instruction on both offensive and defensive drills in a safe and age appropriate environment. Call 781-934-2050 Tuesday through Saturday for more information. a drop at a time. had aged fifteen years. she knows it. she really liked my dad. capturing three different age group championships – 15U. but the game was suspended due to inclement weather with the score 8-3 in the bottom half of the fifth frame.
Pictured here at the 2008 DHS Girls Lacrosse Banquet at the North Hill Country Club on June 18.5k swim. Catherine Pelo and Cory DeCollibus in second followed closely by Aidan DiPrima and Ian Grant in third. held in Turkey. Matt Carnuccio and Willy Woodruff stand with Carnuccio’s tuna. that a catboat nose-dived. Some boats abandoned the race. Photo courtesy of Susie Bates 2009 DHS Girls Lacrosse Captains. Whipple turned in the day’s second fastest bike and run to finish in 2:15:07. This tuna is the biggest catch on record so far this year in Duxbury. . Overall. Crew Allison Shane Alyssa Seifert Austin Schofield Andrew McCaulay James Goodson Brendan Keohan Jon Washburn Kristofer Dowling Aidan DiPrima Ian Grant Matt Scorza Griffith Hiss Hunter Kislauskis Abby Dobens Parker Doyle Danny Brennick Morgan Hyland Nate Popoloski George Morgan Bennett King Catherine Pelo Cory DeCollibus McKenzie Thomas Emily Shane Race 6 Race 7 Race 8 Total 2 4 3 7 1 6 5 8 13 11 16 10 1 4 8 3 16 6 9 7 16 10 17 16 4 6 5 8 2 9 7 16 3 12 1 11 7 14 16 17 19 21 21 31 32 33 34 3 Duxbury Clipper 5 his Thursday was bustling on the bay: thirteen 420s ventured out for the last Thursday Race Day of the first session. 52 women) participated in the 1. the third race day of the summer was successful. Turkey on June 29. with the breeze picking up slightly and more boats capsizing as they braved the unruly spinnaker. Meg Muncey. A total of 129 athletes (77 men. on July 18. The second race’s finishes were Allison Shane and Alyssa Seifert in first. Whipple was also honored as the Marine Corps female athlete of the year at a Marine Corps Sports Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon Ceremony at the Clubs at Quantico in Quantico. in fact. Stephanie Hoomis and Liz Desmond. Big tuna Justine Whipple takes her place atop the winner’s stand after winning the gold medal at the 2008 FISU Triathlon World University Championship. Race three. Lauren Schneiderhan. Jon Washburn and Kristofer Dowling in second and the DYC boat in third. was a good one: DYC in first. This distraction did not mean the end of racing: coaches split DBMS/DYC sailing results T their time between the distressed catboat and the junior sailors. Allison Shane and Alyssa Seifert in second followed closely by James Goodson and Brendan Keohan. The 22-year-old Duxbury High School and Naval Academy graduate won the gold medal at the 2008 FISU Triathlon World University Championship in Erdek. The first race was interesting: sailors struggled to get used to their spinnakers in the puffy breeze. coming in with Aidan DiPrima and Ian Grant in first. flipped and sank just to leeward of the race course. this Thursday’s breeze was more moderate with some pretty intense puffs. last but not least. The parent launch rides came out to witness all the action and were hopefully awed by their child’s supreme skill on the water.. He was accompanied on his boat by Todd Roberts and Willy Woodruff. July 16. We are proud to say we made it through the first session unscathed! Congrats to all the sailors and we hope to see you all next session! Whipple wins triathalon Matt Carnuccio. Unlike last Thursday’s steady 20-25 knots. 66 -inch bluefin tuna off Provincetown. So intense. but came back for race three with smiles on their faces. caught a 180-pound.Wednesday. 40k bike. Justine Whipple has been busy lately. 2008 DBMS/DYC race results Skipper. of Windsor Street. Race two was a little more challenging. 10k run races. Girls lax captains announced Todd Roberts. Va.
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$7900. extra chrome. individualized tutoring in reading. cushions.000 mi. Boat. Call John. For more information regarding private.500.000. $2 a pint. floorboard. Winner Optimist Brand new Optimist. Lots of life left.metrocast. Older 14’ Glaspar runabout w/ aluminum trailer. maint. Design & Construction • New Septic Systems & Repairs Water & Drainage Systems • New Water Services & Repairs • Water Problems Solved • New Construction & Repairs Harley Davidson 2003 Harley Davidson 100th anniversary ultra classic. on the request of Kevin Craffey to complete a restoration and enhancement project of a degraded bordering vegetated wetlands including construction of boardwalk. 2008. F&S airbags. teak cockpit combings. Used by seniors only. $1900. runs well. automatic. on Tuesday evening. Always been a Duxbury boat. Please call 781-424-6882. $3875. Airbags. $14. Excellent cond. Steady and reliable. fridge. moonroof. 2008 at 8:25 p. Fast and responsive. 44. Have maintenance records. Town Hall. Call Richie.000 miles averaging 1000-2000/year the last 7-8 years. AC. Power everything. catalytic converter. Lower Level. 781-585-8373. 1983 Laser with two 6” ports. Call 781-934-6054. $22. as long as it’s seaworthy. July 22. Body in great shape. 4 years old. 6 cylinder/3. Prof. New: front-end strut housings. 2008. towing package. Train Everything Else & Automobiles Under the Sun 25’ Cape Dory Sloop 1975. call 781-834-3340. 6-speed. TOWN OF DUXBURY CONSERVATION COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING The Duxbury Conservation Commission will hold a Public Hearing in the Mural Room. by Surf Marine. $2800.com ‘02 Jeep Wrangler 2002 Jeep Wrangler. Easy to tow. alloy wheels. under the Town of Duxbury Wetlands Bylaw. 144. Said project is located at 59 Pill Hill Lane. many upgrades. Complete set up. $14. Also. 2008. 55K miles. JOSEPH MESSINA Chairman Planes. Call 781-934-0874. 279 High St. Gold key package. Well maintained and cared for. 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Good Call Freeman Boynton. 80% tread. jack wheel.4L.10 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday.75/lb. on the request of William Wareham to determine the applicability of the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act and the Town of Duxbury Wetlands Bylaw relative to a project described in a Request for Determination filed with the Conservation Commission on July 14. $18. at 617-688-5370.000 added extras. recently inspected. 131. excellent condition. confident re-entry in September. Doug. under the Town of Duxbury Wetlands Bylaw. Priced for quick sale. Great beach car / winter truck. 5-speed shift. $500 takes all. brush guards. V6. Call 781-934-2814. Cash only. Single owner. $100 or best offer. 95 Grand Cherokee exhaust. Original seat included. Call 781-831-5801. General Excavation • Backhoe Work • Grading • Perc Tests • Demolition • Ponds • Stump Removal ‘95 24’ Bayliner (2452) Prof. Duxbury. Ready for the Summer! $45. AM/FM w/CD. your child can learn new skills and prepare for a successful. 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For less than the cost of a tank of gas you can reach more than 10. Call 781-934-6534. Call Carolyn. Call Doug at 781-585-3234 or e-mail carver3781@aol. Daily 9-4. condition. $1350 or best offer. Like new. fully loaded with CD player. Tan with 46. maint. 1985 BMW 535i Classic New price . cruise control. Seitech dolly. JOSEPH MESSINA Chairman Duxbury Construction Company Seawalls Septic System Inspection.. 2005 Chevy Suburban 2005 Suburban. First year of 535i. Said project is the replacement of an existing deck and is located at 409 Chandler St. No polluting emissions. rudder and tiller. stove. 934-0000 . 617-699-4799. 34. New tires and battery. 131. video system and cloth seats. and stone-dust path as described in a Notice of Intent filed with the Conservation Commission on July 7. 15. Used one season only. 781-820-8874 Jeep Cherokee Tires/Parts Four tires on rims off a 1997 Jeep Cherokee. sunroof and much more. Topcover. upgraded Bose sound system. Call 781-837-2591. 26' w/Mercruiser 7. bait live well. Running boards. 190HP Mercruiser I/O.000 miles on odometer (was towed by an RV). 51. $4900. 1996 GMC Suburban White with tan leather interior. full canvas. Load-Rite trailer. trim-tabs. Safe fun on the Bay. 3 spd.duxburyclipper. 781-585-3234 Planes. A/C. 6 disk CD changer. Sail solo or with crew. New engine. Tahoe for Sale 2004 Dk Gray Chevy Tahoe for sale. Excellent condition. Asking $100.000 miles. K-12 math.com. Ran well and fully serviced before storing 2 years ago. July 22. Planes.900 miles. Legal Notices TOWN OF DUXBURY CONSERVATION COMMISSION PUBLIC MEETING The Duxbury Conservation Commission will hold a Public Meeting in the Mural Meeting Room.. Seats 7 comfortably . Call 781-585-6913. Body in excellent shape. leather int. 172. brakes. 16 blue LED lights. geometry. Over $8. MGL. Bowline. 1988. 2008 at 7:55 p.. Bose stereo. depth.000. on Tuesday evening. Ask for Susan. Too big for my boat. 508-577-1406 (cell). Call 857-919-0600.160 miles. Lobsters Direct from my traps to your dinner plate. Solar Powered Sloop 17’ Boston Whaler day sailer. pristine condition. Original owner. CC. lot 090-028-007 of the Duxbury Assessors Map. Candy orange. Call Scott.. Sail to the beach. and guide ons. bridge. Mickey Thompson rims with new BF Goodwrench tires. 781-934-5560. Trailerable. and leave message or e-mail: Norfleet@ct. $6. and spare tire. Complete Coast Guard accessories. power everything. GPS.m.500. RWD.. Trailer. $18. White w/ tan interior. shore pwr. Also. Great family boat. sleeps 4. Town Hall. very comfortable. Not particular. Fresh water only. Automatic.600 miles. trailer. Screaming eagle kit and mufflers. 13 1/2’ Edgewater 30 HP 4-stroke Yamaha. depth sounder. new on-board computer. 4x4. grease buddies. six lobster minimum. Ch. 2006 Jeep Wrangler Gray. microwave. and rigging. Lower Level. Still under original Jeep warranty.500.000 potential buyers in the Clipper.$3900. main and jib sails by North. 781-588-4957. Section 40.000 engine miles. 13’ Cat Boat with trailer. Chapter 9 and Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act. Spinnaker.net. Boat needs some work. $1500. (781) 934-2132. head/shower. Jr. 4WD.most seats never used! Leather int. Includes oars. Well maintained. U-Pick Blueberries T-Farm. Tip-up rudder and centerboard. Train & Automobiles Used Dinghy Wanted Looking for small rowboat to get to a shallow water mooring. Chapter 9 and Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act. sun roof. interpretative signage. Call 781-934-2923. exhaust assembly.000 or best offer.
Plymouth County. HARMON LAW OFFICES.9 acres. Page 158 of which mortgage Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas formerly known as Bankers Trust TOWN OF DUXBURY BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at the Town Hall. and Easterly: by land now or formerly of Howard L. 2007 and recorded with the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 34109. In addition. improvements. there measuring 200 feet more or less. of which mortgage Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems. For title reference see deed recorded herewith. and that JOANNE McNALLY of DUXBURY. John Adams 4. Massachusetts 02458. is the present holder. Notices may be Faxed to 781-934-5917 or emailed to legals@clipperpress.L. water and sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or liens or existing encumbrances of record which are in force and are applicable. Mississippi. IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT THERETO. on motion with notice to the petitioner. Robert E. Page 50. July 22. tax liens. Mural Room. P. d/b/a Saxon Home Mortgage.12 NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Joseph A. may allow) in accordance with Probate Rule 16. 2004 for a project called Brewster Commons by adding certain waivers listed in a letter dated June 5. 2008 Duxbury Clipper 11 Legal Notices TOWN OF DUXBURY CONSERVATION COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING The Duxbury Conservation Commission will hold a Public Hearing in the Mural Room.000.ORE NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by William Eldridge to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems. if any. Massachusetts. Lower Level. Baker and Antonio Santos.C. Dennis A. within thirty (30) days after the return day (or such other time as the court. or by appointment. Box 610389. stating specific facts and grounds upon which the objection is based. covenants. HON. WITNESS. Page 51. on the mortgaged premises located at 384 Keene Street. 160-007-002 and 160-007-003 of the Duxbury Assessors’ Map. The project is located at Tremont Street. INC. Box 366335.Wednesday. 2008. all and singular the premises described in said mortgage. more or less. July 7. public assessments. Louisiana.C. MGL. under the Town of Duxbury Wetlands Bylaw. on August 8. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT PLYMOUTH Division Docket No. liens or claims in the nature of liens.. First Justice of said Court at PLYMOUTH this day. within thirty (30) days from the date of sale. 131. Present holder of said mortgage By its Attorneys. you must file a written affidavit of objections to the petition. or by mail to P. on Tuesday evening. Massachusetts.m. Southerly: by Keene Street. bounded and described as follows: Northerly: by Keenes Brook. Westerly: by land now or formerly of Eloise B. a petition has been presented praying that a document purporting to be the last will of said decedent be proved and allowed. Plymouth County. 2002 and recorded with the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds at Book 22868. MA 02332 Date of Death December 31. McCarthy Register of Probate Legal Notices MA 02316. For mortgagor's(s') title see deed recorded with Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 22868.m. SABAITIS. and 1:00 p.com For questions about rates or placing a notice please call Amy. Inc. Swedish CROSSWORD ANSWERS P O L E N T A H I P B O N E U N S N A R L A M O E B A S R E T O T A L S P R Y E S T A L O T R O V E K B A R S T R S E I A L F H E S I A V E C R E D A L L S T O C E R I O N A D I T I A L O N C A T A L O G G O R I L L A M O V E M E N T O N E D A Y M I C A H M E N I N L E T N G F O R A T U R E B I L L S S F A T G I N S F A L D O A R L O N N D T E S S A A N I O N A G H A C N U L O N O M Y L I R A S E L I N E SUDOKU ANSWERS .O. 160-007-001. on the request of Duxbury Construction LLC to repair a septic system in the buffer to a coastal dune as described in a Notice of Intent filed with the Conservation Commission on July 8. Alabama. 2008. liens or encumbrances is made in the deed. ESQUIRE. Town Hall. Murphy Board of Appeals Legal Notices acres. The description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of an error in this publication. 150 California Street. Massachusetts 02461-0389. Section 40. Parcels No. our legal coordinator at 781-934-2811. Newton. These premises will be sold and conveyed subject to and with the benefit of all rights. Jupiter 3. 2008 at 8:15 p. situated on the northwesterly side of Keene Street in Duxbury. restrictions. JOSEPH MESSINA Chairman Legal Notices Surety.m. Legal Notices MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS. CATHERINE P. dated February 12. The Board of Appeals will accept written comments on this application. These documents may be viewed in the Inspectional Services Department between the hours of 8:00 a. 2008. Walsh. Herrick. P. Answers 1. Robbio to Saxon Mortgage Inc. named in the will to serve Without Public Notices LEGAL NOTICES Deadline for legal notices is Monday at noon. 150 California Street Newton. any and all unpaid taxes. Flouting it 5. PL08P1123EA In the Estate of ETHEL D BURTON Late of DUXBURY.C. easements. to be announced at the sale. July 16. 2008 at 7:30 p. P. MA 02458 (617) 558-0500 200505-0579 . Trustee of Bay Farm Trust II. for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing. whether or not reference to such restrictions. dated September 16. Chapter 9 and Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act. Ch.. 2008. lot 201-997-021 of the Duxbury Assessors Map. rights of way. L. easements. having priority over said mortgage. James W.m. Sampson. Woodridge Road and Bay Farm Road. improvements. is zoned for Residential Compatibility and PD-2 and is owned by John A. The balance is to be paid by certified or bank check at Harmon Law Offices.. 2007 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL To all persons interested in the above captioned estate. Deed will be provided to purchaser for recording upon receipt in full of the purchase price. MA be appointed executrix. Said project is located at 67 Elder Brewster Rd. to consider the request of Brewster Commons LLC to amend a Comprehensive Permit issued on October 8.00) Dollars by certified or bank check will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and place of sale. 2008 from Grady Consulting. Hyde Park. Duxbury. TO WIT: A certain parcel of land with the buildings thereon. Newton Highlands. the same will be sold at Public Auction at 5:00 p. Inc. tax titles.O. on July 24. YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY MUST FILE A WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN SAID COURT AT PLYMOUTH ON OR BEFORE TEN O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING (10:00 AM) ON: AUGUST 4.m. Containing about 10. Other terms. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Five Thousand ($5. Florida 2. consists of approximately 13. Five: Texas.
2008 Legal Notices Company. TO BE ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. For mortgagor’s title see deed recorded with the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Book 31710. Page 244 These premises will be sold and conveyed subject to and with the benefit of all rights. all and singular the premises described in said mortgage. as its attorney-in-fact is the present holder. covenants. 07/23/08)(118648) . for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing.C. water and sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or liens or existing encumbrances of record which are in force and are applicable. improvements. Duxbury. on the mortgaged premises located at 302 Chandler Street. Suite Legal Notices 2950.044 square feet of land. easements.00 feet. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of TEN THOUSAND ($10. OTHER TERMS. 1959 recorded with said Deeds Book 2684 Page 351. July 16. Present holder of said mortgage. Northerly by land now or formerly of Tarkiln Realty Trust and of Joseph F. 92 Montvale Avenue. Dated: 06/27/2008 (182.. 285.18 feet. IF ANY. Stoneham. and being shown as Lot 2 on a certain Legal Notices plan entitled “Plan of Lots in Duxbury. any and all Legal Notices unpaid taxes. public assessments. Prepared for Deer Hill Trust. having priority over said mortgage.000. The description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of an error in this publication. tax liens. Massachusetts” which plan is filed with Plymouth Registry of Deeds as #312 of 1972 in Book 3768 Page 472 and bounded and described as follows: Southeasterly by Chandler Street. f/k/a Meritech Mortgage Services. Engineers. Inc. Inc.. P. Inc. Marshfield. Duxbury. Said premises are conveyed Legal Notices subject to and with the benefit of easements and restrictions of record so far as the same are now in force and applicable.45 feet. the same will be sold at Public Auction at 12:00 PM on July 31.. 1972. as Trustee and Custodian by: Saxon Mortgage Services. Suite 2950. right of ways. MA 02332. 200.0114/Robbio)(07/09/08. Northeasterly by Lot 1 as shown on said plan. Lynch and Diane Lynch. 92 Montvale Avenue. MA 02180. Mass.. whether or not reference to such restrictions. P. Stenbeck & Taylor. MA 02180. tax titles. Southwesterly by Lot 3 as shown on said plan. subject to a taking for the relocation of Chandler Street by instrument dated February 17. liens or claims in the nature of liens.12 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday. 2008. restrictions.55 feet. or encumbrances is made in the deed. (781)246-8995. improvements. Stoneham.00) DOLLARS by certified or bank check will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and place of sale. easements. rights of way. The balance is to be paid by certified or bank check at ABLITT LAW OFFICES. March 17. ABLITT LAW OFFICES. Plymouth County. other terms and conditions will be provided at the place of sale. 210. Massachusetts. 154. 07/16/08. TO WIT: A certain parcel of land with the buildings thereon situated on Chandler Street.C. Containing 40. By its Attorneys. liens.
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and lush landscaping.900 Duxbury Adorable newly renovated Gambrel Cape located close to town and beaches. 2008 new lisTing Duxbury Exquisite grounds encompass this antique reproduction bow roof Cape in Village neighborhood! Spectacular views from every room surround the 55' x 29' in-ground pool with waterfall. $350. lovely master suite. close to transportation. Christine Daley. MLS#70740389. seven fireplaces. perennial gardens. Cathedral ceilings. Handy garage with additional parking. MaryBeth Davidson. ponds and bogs. Duxbury Beautiful home set on 1 + acres. Duxbury Open House Thursday through Sunday from 12-4 and Monday night from 4:30-7. The first floor is custom designed with built-ins.000 Duxbury This much-admired home is located in-town. $749. granite. The light and bright interior features a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Danielle Delagrange. Mary Leahy.195. Chris Daley. MLS#70721954.900 Duxbury This home has all of the amenities on your most wanted list! Upscale cherry kitchen. $649. Marietta Tsinzo. patios and decks.000 Duxbury Beautiful. Walk to Village shops. state-of-the-art kitchen with granite. swim and fish! Breathtaking views from this two/three bedroom ranch with open floor plan. gas fireplace. newly renovated bath.16 Wednesday. four bedroom Colonial with all the appointments you will love. Starting at $469. winding paths. large island and pantry. Leave the hustle and bustle behind to find a tranquil setting within the fenced yard. and schools. Free Sub-Zero refrigerator for the first five buyers! Duxbury Estates offers quality craftsmanship. $1. Page Brown. MLS#70731240. beach and pier. stainless. Located on a cul-de-sac. radiant heat. high ceilings. stainless appliances.900. Thermador stove and Brazilian cherry floors. $975. MLS#70779385. Page Brown. opens to a great room with atrium ceiling.900 new price Marshfield Priced $50K below assessed value! Brant Rock home close to shops. Borders a picture-perfect lane. Ed Joubert. MLS#70787551. atrium doors. Functional and spacious cook's kitchen. $765. center island and granite counters. shops. MLS# 70754538. MLS#70740383. Entertainment sized deck. $1.900 OH THurs-sun 12-4 & mOn 4:30-7 Carriage Lane.000 Duxbury Excellent home. stainless and hardwood floors. shops. Pretty home with beautiful hardwood floors. and landscaped yard. park and bay. Sunny white kitchen and tiled baths. Mahogany deck. relax on the private beach or moor your boat. $479.000 Duxbury Highly desirable in-town neighborhood within walking distance to Hall's Corner. and finished walk-out lower level. near schools. Great location and close to walking trails. beautiful amenities and a lifestyle unlike any other! MLS#70647605.099.000 508-942-7519 . and finished lower level. Patricia Ford. Mary Leahy. July 16. $919. Spacious eat-in kitchen with granite. location and value! Charming Cape with newer kitchen.000 Plymouth Enjoy private sunrises. MLS#70602144. MLS#70767595. MLS#70782732. and sliders. MLS#70697923. $835. Lovely fenced yard overlooking the marsh.000 Duxbury Stylish farmhouse Colonial with elegant floor plan for entertaining. $275. central air and vacuum. Sharon MacAllister.
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