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Volume LX No. 38 “Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.” –– Dwight D. Eisenhower Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Gagged
Order prevents selectmen from
discussing North Hill contract
By Susanna Sheehan, Clipper Staff Golf Management of Weston,
susanna@duxburyclipper.com
was granted an emergency
Duxbury selectmen were temporary restraining order
forbidden by court order to against the town of Duxbury,
hold a public hearing Monday the North Hill Advisory com-
on possible contract viola- mittee and Recreation Direc-
tions by North Hill golf course tor Gordon Cushing to prevent
manager Johnson Golf Man- the selectmen from discussing
agement Inc. The manager Johnson Golf’s contract com-
received a restraining order pliance at their Monday night
against the town last Friday meeting.
afternoon in Middlesex Supe- A hearing on the restrain-
rior Court. ing order will be held on
According to the court Thursday, at the courthouse in ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GO! It was a busy day on the Powder Point bridge last weekend during the
docket provided by Town Woburn at 2 p.m. triathlon. For more photos of the event see section B, page 8 of the Clipper.
Counsel Robert Troy, Johnson continued on page 7
Photo by Mike Halloran

Down on the farm Veterans agent


O’Neil Farm opens its doors to the public
By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor
justin@duxburyclipper.com
reaches out
By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor entitlement program avail-
4-H member Elise
justin@duxburyclipper.com
able to veterans (and their de-
McAllister was happy to Duxbury is home to over pendents) who have served a
show visitors how cows are 800 veterans. But many of minimum of 90 days and have
milked during Farm Day at those people aren’t aware of been honorably discharged.
O’Neil Farm in Duxbury. the services they are entitled to These services are inde-
McAllister ran the milk- through the state Department pendent from any services
ing demos with the help of of Veterans’ services. available through the federal
coincidentally-named Elise, New Duxbury Veterans’ Veterans’ Administration,
the cow. She knows what Agent Mike Thorp wants commonly called the VA.
the curious crowd is feeling residents to know about the However, Thorp says he is
–– it was Farm Day several services available to veterans available to answer questions
years ago that got McAllis- and their dependents through a or help fill out VA paperwork.
ter interested in agriculture. state law, Chapter 115. “It’s the scope that’s dif-
The Historic O’Neil Ed Duvall holds his son, Mait, 2, as he leans out to pet a cow at “It is a program unique to ferent,” he said of the two pro-
Farm, Inc. is a private, non- O’Neil Farm on Saturday. Farm Day is when the working dairy farm Massachusetts,” Thorp said. grams.
The program is funded The state offers three types
opens its doors to the public.
continued on page 19 through state taxes and is an continued on page 15

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Muslim and Catholic women


unite to educate Afghan girls
Patti Quigley of Wellesley,
a Catholic woman widowed
in the Sept. 11 attacks, and
Razia Jan, an Afghan philan-
thropist, Muslim, and former
Duxbury businesswoman, are
continuing their collaboration
to establish and support the
free education of girls in Af-
ghanistan through the Razia’s
Ray of Hope Foundation, ra-
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a gala fundraising event in
October. Funds from the event
will support the Zabuli Educa- A M O R Y A R C H I T E C T S
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lage of Deh Subz, a hard-bitten lage of Deh Subz, a suburb of Kabul, Afghanistan. www.amor yarchitects.com
suburb of Kabul, Afghanistan.
The Zabuli Education Cen- that an education will help (3) organization dedicated to
ter, opened in 2008, provides them find a happy and healthy improving the lives of wom-
schooling, educational materi-
als, and a free lunch for girls
life.”
“They have nothing,” said
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en and girls in Afghanistan
through
education.
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are more common.
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During her visit she will discuss “risk” issues facing com-
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4 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Primary sets up Nov. races


By Justin Graeber, Clippe E Editor the most part –– mirrored the (164). For Congressman, they
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Local primary results Connaughton over Kamal Jain,
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John F. Shea4 129 155 124 106 81 98 693
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 5
Candidates COrner
Meet the new
Cutler feted by educational group superintendent
State rep. candidate Josh Cutler has
been named one of “40 Stars Under 40,”
by a South Shore education and family
All Duxbury residents
are invited to a welcome
GO BATS!
support organization.
reception for Dr. Benedict Come meet Brian Lies
Tantillo lll, Superintendent Author of New York Times Best Seller
“The award recognizes young pro- of Schools, on Wednesday,
fessionals who have mixed civic en- Sept. 22. Stop by and say “Bats at the Ballgame”*
gagement with professional develop- “hello” from 5-6:30 p.m. in
ment,” according to Gwen Tarbox, the Performing Arts Center
program director of South Shore Stars, lobby. Light refreshments
a Weymouth-based educational and and appetizers will be served.
family support group serving more than Reception is sponsored by
1,200 area children. the Chandler, Alden, DMS
The honorees include leaders in arts, business, politics, hu- PTA and DHS PTO.
man services and education.
Cutler, 39, served over a decade as editor and publisher of
Clipper Press, a Duxbury-based newspaper company originally
launched by his grandparents in 1950.
“I’m honored to be recognized with so many other distin-
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guished South Shore leaders,” said Cutler, who joked that with all
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The “40 Stars Under 40” honorees will be recognized in a MUST BE 18 OR OLDER – Reading and book signing –
party at the Hingham Shipyard Marina on Sept. 24. Ed Harding of
Channel 5 will serve as master of ceremonies. For more informa- Duxbury Free Library in the Merry Room
tion visit www.southshorestars.org. October 2, 2010 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Earlier this year Cutler was also named one of the top 40
young business leaders by Cape and Plymouth Business Mag-
*Signed copies are also available at
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Republican candidate for Plymouth County Sheriff Joe McDonald 459 Washington Street. Duxbury. 781.934.2000
www.macdonaldwoodsir.com
shares a laugh with supporters at the Duxbury polls on primary
day. McDonald is the incumbent and is being challenged by Donna Wood Liz Bone Marcia Solberg Kristin Coppola Shawn Moloney
Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated.
Democrat Rick Pond, who recently withdrew from the race.
6 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Don’t be ‘overtaken’ by vines GRAND


By Judi Vose, Special to the Clipper
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Peter Alden spoke at the Autumn Season
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Peter spoke about the natural
world that he is so knowledge-
able about. He is a naturalist,
author of more than 15 books
on birds and nature and led Invasive vines can choke native vegetation and even cause a safety
tours around the world to share hazard for residents.
his love and knowledge of the vines. There was a recent trag- Street one utility pole is com-
natural world in his lectures. edy where a toddler and moth- pletely covered with vines.
The slide talk was enlight- er were killed by a dead tree As you look around your
ening and packed with humor falling on their car. No one yards and see any of these
as Alden shared grim facts knew that all that living green vines or plants you can help
about invasive plants that our extending out over the street keep Duxbury from being
town is being overrun with. was hiding a dead tree ready over run by invasive plants.
These plants have changed the to collapse under the weight Now that Peter has brought his
habits of birds and animals and of the vines. We see vines on message to Duxbury, I know
pond life. Right now, if you the edges of roads, paths and we will all help to keep our
look around town, you will driveways because this is town from getting strangled
see the ‘lovely looking’ vines where they love to grow – in and disappearing under inva-
covering fences and hedges, the open space where they get sive plants and vines.
posts, and stone walls with lots of sunlight. These vines The Nature Conservancy
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drop their seeds everywhere roads or look at your own keep Duxbury beautiful as
and are blown by the wind. trees for problems that could well as safe by caring about
The only good news about this be avoided. your yards as well as our beau-
plant is that the birds don’t like Invasive vines cover the tiful famous ‘tree town.’
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that way, which is not true of on Route 3 just before Exit 11,
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Gag order on golf talk agreement to run the course age the course. Johnson Golf
continued from page one
under the terms of its last con- couldn’t obtain a surety bond
“We are going to oppose
it,” said Troy of the restraining
tract because the company did
not have a surety bond. With-
from its insurance company
because of its lawsuit against BUYING? or SELLING?
order. out this bond, the town had no the town. Call Karen Morley
In April, selectmen learned protection or ability to recover Doug Johnson, who man- William Raveis - Duxbury
that Johnson Golf was in vio- funds if Johnson Golf default- aged the course under contract
lation of its court-ordered ed on its agreement to man- for ten years, sued the town in 617-686-9404 • Karen.Morley@raveis.com
2008 after losing the manage-
ment contract to Calm Golf
Cub Scout Pack 62 of Rockland. Johnson’s law-
suit claims that Calm Golf is
unqualified and that the town
LAWN MOWER AND TRACTOR
Any boys in grades 1-5 who are interested in camping,
outdoor activities and other scouting projects are invited to conspired against him. John- SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
son was able to obtain a suc-
LOWEST PRICES
join returning scouts at the Pack 62 sign-up for the new year in
the Holy Family Parish Center on Wednesday, Sept. 22 from cessful injunction against the
7-8:30 p.m. This promises to be an exciting new year with lots town in Middlesex County
of activities at the den and pack level.
The first big event of the fall will be the 2010 Webelos
court that has allowed him to
remain in control of North Hill OF THE SEASON
Weekend at Camp Squanto Sept. 25-26. Webelos will partici- under the terms of his last con- ON ALL LAWN MOWERS AND TRACTORS
pate in a variety of activities, hone their outdoor skills and tract.
learn some new ones. In addition, participants can look for- At the end of their agenda, DUXBURY FIX IT SHOP
ward to taking part in archery and BB shooting. selectmen met in a closed-door 638 SUMMER STREET
For new Tiger Cubs, the fourth annual Tiger Safari will session with Troy to discuss
this pending litigation. 781-585-2175
also be held at Camp Squanto that Saturday, Sept. 25, from
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Tigers will participate in games, handi- DUXBURY, MA 02332
crafts, a scavenger hunt, a nature trail hike and more. OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 8 TO 5
Please call Steve or Susan Gandt at 781 934-8927, or
sgandt@verizon.net, for more information.

DHS Class of 1980 reunion T.L. EDWARDS INC.


Plymouth county’s premier aggregate supplier/commercial residential
Duxbury High School’s Class of 1980 will be holding a 30-
year reunion on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 7-11 p.m. at the Venus II - ÊUÊ-/" ÊUÊ,6 ÊUÊ-*/
in Brant Rock. Tickets are $40 per person. There will be danc-
ing, food and a cash bar. Homeowner Supplies
Please make checks payable to C. Costello, Graduating
Class of 1980. Mail to C. Costello, PO Box 2285 Duxbury , MA
02331. Deadline for ticket purchase is Tuesday, Sept. 28.
508-732-9148
For more information e-mail duxhs1980@yahoo.com or Commerce Way in Plymouth
call 781-585-1676. To catch up with the class visit our Facebook
page or our yahoo group at groups.yahoo.com/group/dhs1980.
Residential Solutions
Teen toga dance Sept. 24 T.L. Edwards is proud to announce our new
residential division, serving homeowners
Friday, Sept. 24 from 7-9 p.m. (Rescheduled because of across Southeastern Massachusetts!
Hurricane Earl). Put on your favorite toga and twirl to your fa-
vorite summer tunes with D.J. Therese Di Muzio in the Merry SEASONAL SUPPLIES
Room of the Duxbury Free Library. Theme of ancient Egypt but Winter sand and salt, Ice Be Gone
you don’t have to dress accordingly. We will have a costume LANDSCAPING MATERIALS DECORATIVE STONE AND ROCK
contest for the best resemblance to ancient Egyptian gods and Loam, mulch, wood chips, screened fill, Granite, wall and retaining wall rock,
goddesses. $5 at the door. Bring your friends from Duxbury and and crushed sea shells & sea wall rock
surrounding library communities. Both events to be held in the PAVING MATERIALS
Merry Meeting Room on the lower level of the Duxbury Free Crushed concrete (green) ,
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8 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Send around town items


including births, anniversaries, NOW OPEN
promotions and other life milestones to
editor@duxburyclipper.com.

A Tufankjian Family Dealership


➢➢ Midshipmen Spencer
Ash, son of Christine and the EXIT 17 OFF RT 3 • 210 UNION ST • BRAINTREE • 866-441-6609
late Robert Ash of Shepherd’s
Crook, and Kyle Gavoni, son
of Charles and Sheila Gavoni
of Winslow Street both par-
ticipated earlier this month in
Acceptance Day ceremonies
at the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy in Kings Point, N.Y.
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emy by Senator Edward Ken-
nedy. Kyle is a Duxbury HS with
graduate and was nominated to
the Academy by Senator John The Henderson family enjoyed a great summer vacation in Switzerland Bettina Lesieur
Kerry and Congressman Wil- and Germany.  Along with Andrea’s parents, Nick and Jane Sebestyen, 6\Zh) ™7Z\^chDXi#)
liam Delahunt. they traveled to Mt. Santis in Switzerland, and then spent two weeks
➢➢ Melissa Fallon Miller
in Uberlingen, Germany where Andrea spent the first three years of ;dgbdgZ^c[dgbVi^dcXVaa
her life. From left to right, Will Henderson, Andrea Henderson and
(DHS ‘94) and Matt Alan Mill- Alex Henderson. ,-&".()"*&%(
er of Encinitas, Cal. announce
the birth of their daughter, Wa- Leah Eldredge
verly Lydon Miller, born July holds her
14. Her grandparents, Bob and
Debbie Fallon of Bow Street,
10” ponytail
that she grew
Designing a Safer, Smarter
introduced her to Duxbury and to donate to Retirement Strategy
her favorite location, the beach, “Locks of You worked hard, saved your money, secured a company pension,
this September. Love.” Leah built up a 401(k), and invested well.
is the daughter In short, you made all the right choices in plan-
➢➢ Julianna Hopkins, a se- of Kate and ning for retirement. But that was then; this is
nior majoring in physics and Bill Eldredge now. The stock market’s collapse since 2007 has
astronomy, has been named to of Goose Point pummeled Americans’ retirement accounts,
the dean’s list at the University Lane and is a wiping out more than $3 trillion in value, by
of Rochester for the spring se- student at Bay one estimate.1
mester. Juliana is the daughter Farm Academy.
of Maria and Robert Hop- If that weren’t worrisome enough, retirement
kins. expenses are also growing by the year. Our life
David W. Shea,
Agent expectancy continues to increase — 77.7 years
➢➢ Timothy and Jessica Pink
New York Life
Insurance Company and rising, according to the federal Centers
of Carver welcome their son, for Disease Control and Prevention2 — while
Timothy Thomas Pink, Jr., the cost of living keeps going up as well. This means your retire-
born Aug. 15, 2010. Timothy ment years are likely to be longer and more expensive than you
thought.
is also welcomed home by his
brothers, Matthew and Joseph. Facing these unnerving facts, people who once invested heavily
Proud grandparents are Nancy in the stock market are now playing defense in their retirement
and Lawrence Pink of Dux- planning. Many Americans appear to be fleeing stocks and shifting
bury and Lynne Crosby and more of their nest eggs to cash and fixed-income instruments in
Matthew Thomas of Middle- response to the latest downturn.3
boro.
Spreading the Wealth
➢➢ Three Duxbury residents, Most financial professionals agree that a prudent strategy for lim-
Mike Showstead and Leo and iting vulnerability in volatile economic conditions is to spread
Paul Vercollone, were honored one’s assets among a range of investments with varying levels of
at the state house by the ARC risk. Yes, stocks may still be part of the mix, but so may bonds and
of Massachusetts, during their fixed annuities.
28th annual Distinguised Citi-
zens Award ceremony. For people that have a “rainy day fund” with no immediate need
for it — and want death protection — the answer may be life in-
Leo (not pictured) and Paul Vercollone received (top right) surance. A single-premium universal life insurance policy such as
their awards for Outstanding Commitment in providing New York Life Insurance and Annuity Corporation (NYLIAC)’s4
employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Instant LegacyTM is designed to guarantee* a financial legacy for
People with disabilities currently make up 15 percent of the policyholder’s heirs, generally free from federal income tax,
while also providing a number of “living benefits.” One of the
their employees and their goal over the next year is to
living benefits such policies offer is access** to your money when
increase it to 20 percent. you need it, provided that your death benefit protection needs
have decreased. In uncertain times, you may want to consider this
kind of flexibility.

To learn more about the information or topics


discussed, please contact me at:
781-392-1710
www.daveshea.net

Mike Showstead received his award for


exceptional dedication in expanding rec- * Guarantees backed by the claims-paying ability of the issuer.
** A policy’s cash value may be accessed via policy loans and/or partial surrenders. Policy loans accrue
reational opportunities for youth with dis- interest at the current rate. Loans and partial surrenders reduce the death benefit and cash value. Policy loans and withdrawals may be
abilities. This award was given specifically subject to regular income and may carry a 10% IRS penalty tax if the policyowner is not yet 591/2.
for the work he has accomplished through 1 The Urban Institute, “How Is the Financial Crisis Affecting Retirement Savings?” by Mauricio Soto, March 10, 2009, http://www.
urban.org/publications/411847.html
Zach and Alex Hamadeh spent two weeks of summer vaca- Duxbury Youth Baseball in creating a Buudy 2 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Deaths, Final Data for 2006,” April 2009, http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/lifexpec.htm
tion in Souther Italy where they spent a day hiking to the top Ball program for youth with disabilities and 3 The New York Times, “When Nest Eggs Change Colors,” by Paul J. Lim, April 4, 2009, http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/05/your-
money/05fund.html
of Mount Vesuvius. The climb brought them to the rim of for creating an adult softball program for 4 NYLIAC Instant LegacyTM is issued by New York Life Insurance and Annuity Corporation (A Delaware Corporation), a wholly
the volcano’s crater to view the solidified streams of lava. adults with disabilities. owned subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Company.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 9

Newcomers’ Club news Annual beach


cleanup scheduled
Laundromat
Book/Cupcake Club: Book club will meet Wednesday,
Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss “The Elegance of the Hedge- The 25th annual Coast- DRYERS„WASHERS
hog,” by Muriel Barbery. A list of each month’s selected books Sweep Beach Clean-up is
is available at Westwinds Bookshop, the Duxbury Free Library scheduled for Saturday, Sept. FRONTANDTOPLOADERS
and on the Newcomers’ Club Web site at duxburynewcomers. 25. The clean-up is part of a
com under the interest groups and Book Club section. Newcom- nation-wide effort organized
CLEANANDROOMY
ers members receive a 10 percent discount on the selected book by the Center of Marine Con- AM PM
at Westwinds Bookshop. We are also beginning a new tradition servation in Washington D.C.
in our book club beginning in September – having found that Volunteers not only help /CEAN3TREET "RANT2OCK
many members are as interested in cupcakes as they are in read- to make Massachusetts’ shore-
ing, we are going to be sampling cupcakes from a different bak- lines and water bodies cleaner
ery each month. In September we will be tasting the cupcakes and safer, but they also record
from Treat Cupcake Bar, in Needham. Come join us for a book information about the types
and a baked good! RSVP to Gina Hager-Moitoso as gmoitoso@ and amounts of debris col-
comcast.net. lected at each site.  This in-
formation is sent to the Ocean
Freewheelers: Please join us Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 10 Conservancy’s International
a.m. for a fun morning of apple picking. We will be traveling to Coastal Cleanup program
CN Smith Farm in East Bridgewater. Cost for trip is what you where the data is analyzed
pick! Small snack will be provided. Please RSVP to ecarn01@ and used to develop programs
comcast.net by Sept. 28. aimed at reducing marine de-
Open Playgroup at the Library Playground: Every Thurs- bris world-wide. 
day the Newcomers’ and their kids will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the So make sure to bring your
playground. family and friends and lend the
beach a helping hand!
Adult Social: Please join us for our annual fall social event Volunteers can pick up
for a three course Harvest Moon Dinner at the Sun Tavern on collection supplies and data
Saturday, Oct. 2 from 6-9 p.m. Tickets per person are $45. This sheets at the east end of the
event is open to non-members. Guests will be welcomed with Powder Point Bridge between
appetizers, a complimentary glass of wine and will choose be- 9 a.m. and 12 noon on Satur-
tween two entrees (sliced london broil with Chef Ken’s home- day. Refreshments will be pro-
made worcestershire sauce or chicken miguel-butternut squash vided.
ravioli and pan seared chicken in a maple, brandy and sage For more information,
cream sauce.) Tickets are available at Westwinds Bookshop and please call Jeanine Boyle at
duxburynewcomers.com. Battelle 781-934-0571.

Senior Club news SOUTH SHORE’S BEST KEPT SECRET FOR OVER TWO DECADES

The Duxbury Senior Club’s next meeting is the first Friday


of October at the Duxbury Senior Center, 10 Mayflower St.
New members are always welcome to meet new people and old
friends. Dues are $17 per year from September to June.
DoleJewelers
&Dowd
Social begins at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 10 a.m.
DIAMONDS g EMERALDS g SAPPHIRES g RUBIES g PEARLS g PLATINUM g GOLD g S TERLING

Entertainment this month is “Art Matters” beginning at 10:45


a.m.
Upcoming trips are in comfortable buses. Thursday, Oct. 28

NEW, T
trip is sold out, waiting list only. Wednesday, Nov. 17 is a trip
to Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes at
the Providence Performing Arts Center. Dinner is included at
Lancelotta’s in North Providence. Limited seating, so sign up
quickly. The cost is $89 and the trip departs at 9:30 a.m. The 18 Washington Street

R A D IT I O N A L
ticket portion of this trip is non-refundable. If interested, call Adjacent to the Marketplace
Lee at 781-585-9242. (across from London Looks next to the Girl Scout house)
The 44th anniversary luncheon will be at Not Your Average
Joe’s on Oct. 21. To get there, take Route 3 to Exit 14 and turn
right, or take Route 53 to Queen Ann’s Corner and turn left. Call
Elaine for a head count at 781-826-2135. Everyone will receive
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386 Court St., No. Plymouth, Rev. C. Robert Stott, Phone: 508-746-3041
10 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Congregation Beth Jacob

Obituaries
Synagogue: 8 Pleasant St. Plymouth, Community Center, Court/Brewster St. Lawrence
Send obituary nOtices Silverman, Rabbi, Phone: 508-746-1575.
to obits@clipperpress.com
South Shore Quaker
MacDonald Funeral Home
THE Deadline is
Monday at noon. Phone: 781-749-4383, Turkey Hill Lane, Hingham, (off Rte. 228 at the library/town hall
complex off Levitt St., up the hill to Turkey Hill Lane).
1755 Ocean St. Marshfield
834-7320
Mary Louise Vanderhoef Memorial
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon)
379 Gardner St., So. Hingham, Bishop John Howe, Phone: 781-293-2520, Sundays
Deupree, 85
year round: Family worship at 10 am.
Service “Excellence in Service with Understanding”
Directors: Joseph L. Davis, Richard W. Davis
St. Mark of of
Mary Louise Vanderhoef Deupree, Epheseus Orthodox
Naples, Mission
Florida, A memorial service will
and Duxbury, Massachusetts, died 261on
MainFriday,
St., Kingston,
Sept. Rev.17,
Terrence be Phone:
McGillicuddy,
in her
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for Theodore H.
Saturday, Oct. 9
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home, surrounded by family.
Islamic Center ofon
She was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, NewDec.
England
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1924 at 1 p.m. at the First Parish Traditional Funerals Cremations Pre-Need Funeral Planning
470 South St., Quincy,
to the late George W. and Louise B. Vanderhoef. “M.L.,” as 671-479-8341, 74 Church
Chase Dr., Unitarian
Sharon, 781-784-0434Univer- 373 Court Street 619 State Road (Rt. 3A)
she was known to her friends, was an avid gardener, boater, salist, located at 915 Trem- N. Plymouth Manomet
Safe Harbor Church
artist, and loved nature and the outdoors. ont St. (508) 746-2231 1-800-770-2231 (508) 224-2252
52 Main St., Marshfield, Pastor Mark Eagling, 781-837-9903
She leaves her daughter, Sarah V. Whittaker, her son, Da-
vid W. Whittaker (Julia); her stepchildren Janet D. Miller,
Margot D. Taylor (Emery), J. Stephen Deupree (Cynthia) and Build a strong, lean, flexible, balanced
Charles R. Deupree; her grandchildren: Mary B. Whittaker, body for optimal health
Anne W. Emson (Thomas), and Kathryn M. Whittaker; ten Every BODY benefits:
step-grandchildren, and a niece, Ann Vanderhoef. She was Offering:
Golfers, athletes, seniors, people with sports, back &
preceded in death by her husband, James Y. Deupree, her Private/group classes up to four
brother, Peter B. Vanderhoef, and niece, Louise Warren. A joint injuries, and healthy adults getting in shape
Personal attention to individual needs
memorial service will be held on Sunday, Oct. 3 at 3 p.m. Betty DeLisle, Certified Pilates Trainer Comfortable, fully equipped studio
at the Second Congregational Church of Cohasset, Cohas-
set Common, 43 Highland Avenue, Cohasset, Massachusetts 781-934-9959 Classes in Duxbury –
02025. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in her mem- Pilates is exercise for life...
duxpilates@comcast.net Call for Appointment
ory to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, 1450 Merri-
hue Drive, Naples, Florida 34102; or to the ALC Research
Fund, Attn: Mike Riley, 274 Roberts Hall, Cornell Univer-
sity, Ithaca, NY, 14853. QUALITY SERVICE FOR 20 YEARS
Martha Anne MacDonald
Palfrey, 84, counselor
Martha Anne Macdonald Palfrey
of St. George Street, died at home on
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A graduate of The Winsor School in Boston, Mrs. Palfrey
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entered Bryn Mawr College at age 16, graduating at age 19.
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disc jockey on Boston’s Short Wave Radio Station WRUL,
broadcasting to various European, Latin and Middle Eastern
countries. She later went on to work as a French interpret-
er for international textile machine companies. She was the
first woman to be elected to the Duxbury School Committee,
where she served for three terms, and went on to earn a Mas-
ter’s Degree in guidance from Bridgewater State College. She
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worked as a guidance counselor in the Duxbury school system
for 23 years.
Mrs. Palfrey earned her pilots license at age 21 and was an
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avid sailor and skier throughout her life. She was a member
of the Duxbury Garden Club, the local Republican Commit-
tee, was a Recreation Department Director and a teacher at
the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church. She served
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for more than 25 years on the board of the Trustees of the
Partridge Academy in Duxbury, which provides local scholar-
supplies are limited!
ship funds for deserving Duxbury High School graduates. Mr.
and Mrs. Palfrey enjoyed retirement by sailing and traveling Junior Seasonal Lease
extensively. They wintered in Tarpon Springs, Fla. where they
volunteered with special needs and disabled adults. They also
were active with Habitat for Humanity and the Tarpon Springs
Program Starting at $99
Unitarian – Universalist Church. They continued to summer
in Duxbury and at their Saquish beach cottage, the “Muffin for the season.
Tin,” overlooking Duxbury Bay.
Mrs. Palfrey leaves her two sons, John and his wife Deb-
bie and Peter and his wife Barbara, both of Duxbury; her
daughter, the late Ellen Palfrey; her sisters, Dr. Constance
Macdonald of Port Ludlow, Wash. and the late Janice Mac-
donald Doyle; and five grandchildren, Chris, Emily, Hannah,
Alex and Sarah, all of Duxbury.
A memorial service was held on Sept. 19 at the First Parish
Unitarian Universalist Church on Tremont Street in Duxbury.
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 11

Rotary Club news


Guest speaker, Town Manager Richard MacDonald spoke about
the advances that have been made in town government during the
time of his contract. Duxbury has not cut any jobs or reduced ser-
vices during the recession. He has hired a human resources man-
ager to help operate the town. He feels good about the fine things
the town is doing and that these efforts should be better publicized.
In anticipation of the remodeled swimming pool, remodeled fire
station, and school expansion, taxes will increase by an estimated
$1500 to $2000. Town employees are being paid fair wages that are
competitive with surrounding towns which reduces the need of staff
in·de·pend·ent
to establish unions. MacDonald was the guest of Paul Brogna.
District Governor Charlie Murphy is promoting a fundraiser Spelled[in-di-pen-duh nt]
“End Polio Now,” sponsored by the Providence Club which in- –adjective
volves attending a Providence Bruins hockey game on Oct. 15.
President Steve Dubuque will work to gather a group to attend. 1. not influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion, conduct, etc.; thinking or acting for
Terry Humphryes presented three citations won primarily through oneself: an independent thinker.
the good work of past president George Prebola. These citations 2. not subject to another's authority or jurisdiction; autonomous; free:
will be formally presented when George is in attendance.
President Steve Dubuque congratulated Cheryl Nachmann on an independent businessman.
her fine job of handling and running the annual Duck Race which 3. not influenced by the thought or action of others: independent research.
was held on Sept. 11 at the Bluefish River Bridge. 4. rejecting others' aid or support; refusing to be under obligation to others.
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Senior Center News Have you been playing hooky?


Lunch: Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cost for Duxbury seniors, $5; non-seniors and non-residents $6.
Our daily congregate lunch consists of an ever-changing menu
prepared by Chef Peter Dewey, including dessert, coffee, tea
and water. Reservations must be made by 2 p.m. the previous Bring t
day. Please call the front desk at 781-934-5774, x100 or x101
his ad
to make reservations. and rec
Thursday, Sept. 23: Chicken pot pie, salad, roll, and pie trial m eive
embers
Monday, Sept. 27: Soup and tuna plate, cake
for hip
Tuesday, Sept. 28: Eggplant parmesan, vegetable, roll, fruit $ 49!
Wednesday, Sept. 29: Roasted chicken, rice, vegetable, dessert
Thursday, Sept. 30: Roast beef, potato, vegetable, dessert
Winslow House in Marshfield: The slide show and presen-
tation originally scheduled for Thursday evening, Sept. 26 has
been postponed until October. Date and time to be announced.
Bridge lessons available at the Senior Center: Learn how
to bid and play contract bridge with a group over a 10-week Get back on board with a membership to the
period for two hours per week. Enjoy the most popular game
worldwide. Call Flo Williams directly at 508-746-3981. Day
and time for meeting to be determined. Kingsbury
Join the KingsburyClub
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SpaSpa
Art Matters Presentation on Mary Cassatt: Note date
change, Thursday, Sept.23 at 10 a.m. Join us for a look at her
4-week We have programs for all ages and levels. We offer tennis, fitness, cycling, yoga, aquatics
exercise and swimming lessons in a state-of-the-art pool, a private Pilates Studio, physical
beautiful images, her interesting life and her celebrated accom- trial therapy, birthday parties and indoor golf in the Kingsbury Pub.
plishments. Free. The Armand Salon Spa, located on the 2nd floor, is a full service hair salon with manicures, pedicures,
“Fall” Awareness Day: Thursday, Sept. 23. Join us for
available massage, facials & waxing, and body treatments, including Spa packages and group parties.
lunch at 11:30 a.m. and a presentation by Plymouth Bay Or- through $99 for a 4-week All-Inclusive membership with towel service.*
thopedics to promote balance awareness and fall prevention in Continue your membership after the 4 weeks and receive:
older adults. Reservations must be made in advance for lunch, October! � $150 OFF Single Membership
$5 Duxbury seniors; $6 non-seniors and non-residents. � $200 OFF Couple Membership
� $250 OFF Family Membership
Consumer Risks, Tea and Talk: Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 2 p.m.
Barbara Anthony, Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs will dis- Call Robin at 781.585.3883, ext. 382
cuss the consumer risks surrounding ID theft, reverse mortgage *First time Trial memberships only.
programs, and long-term care insurance. Enjoy tea and refresh-
ments along with this important discussion hosted by the Dux- 186 Summer Street, Kingston, MA 02364
bury Senior Center. www.kingsburyclub.com
Computer training and Support: On Sept. 29 from 9-11
a.m., Working with Music Media. $10 per session. Call Linda at
781-934-5774, x 103 to register. Class size is limited. Computer
support is also available on Thursday Sept. 23 at 6 p.m.
Fitness Classes: Cardio Combo on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 7:30 a.m., $20.50 per week; Strength/Flex (call
first) on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. with Alicia, $20/4 weeks ($5/ 'BOOJF.BF
class); Tai Chi Tuesdays at 9 a.m., $6; Stay Fit, Tuesdays and
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Thursdays at 11 a.m., $6; Chair Yoga, Wednesdays at 9 a.m.,
$7; Gentle Yoga, Thursdays from 5-6 p.m., four weeks for $25 Town Homes
($7/class); ZUMBA Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. or Thursdays Perfectly Designed
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Thursdays at 3:30 p.m.; individual or group class, free. Choose from 2 or 3 bedroom homes,
each with 2 Car Garage
Free movies: Our weekly feature on Thursday, Sept. 23 at
1 p.m. will be the 2010 Action Comedy “Date Night.” Dragged
down by the daily grind, suburbanites Phil (Steve Carell) and 0(!3%/.%
Clair (Tina Fey) try to put the spark back in their marriage by 3/,$
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Duxbury Early Settlers: Palmer Kitchen


Open
Fresh
Cooked
Shrimp
Swordfish
Steaks Fish
Public
Parking
across
street
By Lamont “Monty” Healy
Special to the Clipper The grey cape (ADDOCK LOBSTER SALE
at 167 Depot New Shell Lobsters $3.99lb Cod
[See last week’s Clip- St. (across Chix Lobsters $6.99lb

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per for part one of this story the street in Take Fried Lobster Tail Plate $15.95
-Ed.]. the woods) Out
lizabeth Partridge is owned by Now serving Beer & Wine
ter
married William Jackie and Lobs
Kemp in 1638 and F. Michael
when he died three years later Dewire, III.
Salmo
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she inherited half of the Prence Seafood
farm on Soule Avenue. She
then married Thomas Thacher. This is the sixth install-
Her sons Isaac and Rodolphus ment of a series of arti- $PVSU4USFFUt 3U"BDSPTTGSPN&SOJFT
1MZNPVUI &ORMERLY
(Ralph) Thacher were both liv- and the Rebecca Ames prop- cles about Duxbury’s EJOBUBMJFTFBGPPEDPNt
7AYNES
3EAFOOD
ing on the Latham farm (located erty. This all happened in the early settlers, using )PVST%":4BXFFLBNQN
just south of the Partridge farm) late 1800s and early 1900s, and land records and other
and Ralph ended up inheriting it brings into question whether historical documents.
the Partridge farm. Partridge Road was named after
The next owner of the the much respected Rev. Ralph
Palmer farm was John Robin- or the Partridge descendents
son who bought it from Ralph
Thacher in 1703. Both of these
men were ministers and Ralph
(who were most likely descen-
dents of George Partridge) be-
ing rightfully proud of the fam-
break up the day. Another story,
about one of the people in the FARM STAND
Thacher, after 20 years of farm- ily name.
house, was with coffee in hand,
jumping aboard as the train
NATIVE & FRESH!
ing, moved to Chilmark on Mar- Other street names in the slowed down at the curve.
tha’s Vineyard in 1689 where he area include Shipyard Lane, The other house currently Mums & Pumpkins
served the island parish.
John Robinson sold the
which was where Nathaniel and
Joshua Cushing had their ship-
owned by John and Julie True- & Ghords
farm to Robert Stanford in 1739 yard. South Station Street was
love, located at 47 Partridge
Road, is also a story of move-
Arriving Daily!
and he in turn left it to his son the location of the South Dux- ment - the house was moved
Joshua in 1757. On October 8, bury Station on the Duxbury and s.ATIVE#ORN
from another part of town. This
1778 Joshua Stanford sold the Cohasset Railroad Co. line (Old could have been in the era of s,ETTUCE
property to Zabdiel Weston, a Colony Railroad.) established in Zabdiel Weston’s ownership or, s2ADISHESs"EETS
cousin of Ezra Weston (King 1846. I’m sure that Amos Samp- more likely, when Capt. George
Caesar). son was a much respected man 3UMMER3QUASH
P. Richardson owned the prop-
Zabdiel served in the Con- for somebody to name a street erty. They both had the where- s:UCCHINIs'REEN"EANS
tinental Army during the Revo- after him. I did find an entry in withal to accomplish this, but s"LUEBERRIES
lution, although he saw little, King Caesar’s record book in Mr. Richardson had the added
if any, action. He was married which he seems to spell only incentive of cementing every- &ULLLINEOF3TONEWALL0RODUCTS
twice, first to Hannah Cur- phonetically. Amos Sampson thing “Partridge” about the
tis in 1769 and then to Lydia was the first “Detter” (pre-Rev- property. As Paul Harvey used
Churchill in 1798. Zabdiel and olutionary period) that appears to say on radio and TV “…and
Hannah had four children Syl-
vanus, Elkanah, Olive, and
on the books, charged with sev-
eral pounds of “terbacker” at 2s
per pound, also for “cutting a
the rest of the story is…” that
the house, believed to be about
CRETINON’S
Wealthea. During the 1790s and 250 years old, came from an-
cote, 1 shillin,” several pounds
9:30am-6:00pm Daily
early 1800s Zabdiel sold off other piece of property owned ,!.$).'2/!$s+).'34/.s781.585.5531
several small parcels near the “of Cofey at 1s, 4p,” which he by the Rev. Ralph Partridge.
water on what is now Shipyard paid for by “butcherin sundry
Lane. He also sold off property catel, and sheerin six sheep at
on the “New Street,” which was 1s, 6p each.” Maybe this is not
later named Washington Street the Amos we are looking for!
in honor of our first President Josselyn Avenue may be
who had recently finished his named for John Josselyn an ear-
second term in office. Zabdiel ly settler on this property or for
profited well from the need for his family which was mostly lo-
the shipbuilders to have a street cated on the property just to the
serving the booming industry south of William Palmer. As to
– right place at the right time! the naming of “Wicked Hill,” I
Zabdiel died in July of 1805. hope it is because it’s so steep!
He divided the farm into sever- There are two houses of
al smaller parcels and left them historical significance within
to his children, the bulk of the the limits of William Palmer’s
property going to his son Elka- grant. One of these houses, lo-
nah. cated at 167 Depot St. currently
Strangely, although this owned by Jackie and F. Michael
farm was 65 acres during the Dewire, III is in the southwest RICHARD DOW
ownership of the Partridge- Th- corner of the property on the POCASSET, MA
acher family for over 50 years, west side of the abandoned Old
it was never again to be in its Colony Railroad Line, north of
original shape and area. After the Duxbury Clipper office. Ac-
the Stanford, Weston owner-
ships several larger tracts were
cording to the Duxbury Rural
and Historical Society the house
my “Having a TEAM THIS GOOD,
team.
reassembled by George H. was built in 1744 by Amos my and this close lets me get back to
Stearns and Capt. George P. Sampson. When the railroad hospital.
SM

everything here that I love.”


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tridges. These properties were time would wave at, and talk
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call 781-934-5774 ext. 108.
The Art Complex Museum at Duxbury will hold its final
tea ceremony presentation of the season on Sunday, Sept. 26,
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16 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Duxbury Rotary Club’s Annual Duck Race

Rotary Club member Charlie Weyerhauser holds up this


year’s winning duck.

One of the winning families, Walter Stanwood Sr. with his


grandchildren Charlie and Caroline Stanwood. Duxbury’s newest firefighter Dennis Mikkola waves to the
crowd before releasing the ducks into the river.

The crowd anxiously awaits the announcement of the win- Sandra and Kaliegh Howe are ready for the
ning ducks. race to begin. Madison Miokkola helps sell ducks with Rotary Club members
Michelle Shea (Event Co-Chair with Cheryl Nachmann, not in photo)
and Ali Austin.

Aaden Fantom, Katie and


Seth Chandler, his daughter Brooke, Lydia Chesley and Logan MacDonald are ready
Dylan King, and Martha
to scoop up ducks so they can be used again in next year’s race.
and Michael Fantom pose
in front of the Duxbury fire
engine that will be used in
the release of the ducks. It
is the Kings’ and Fantoms’
first time watching the
famous duck race.

Charlie
Weyerhauser and
friend skillfully
catch the winning
ducks.

Photos by Karen Wong


The ducks get
dumped.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 17

Sept. classes at
the ACM
The Art Complex Museum
is now registering for the fol-
lowing September classes and
workshops. Oil Painting for
Beginners and Intermediates,
adults and teens, is offered
Wednesdays, Sept. 22 through
Oct. 27, 4-6:30 p.m. A second
offering for adults will be held
Sept. 22 through Oct. 20, 9
a.m. until noon. The class is
taught by local artist Laura
Tryon Jennings whose work is
DO YOU KNOW US? To the woman who called last week on the
“found” black cat, please call back. You did not leave your tele-
collected nationally. The cost
is $185 which includes all ma-
AMERICAN
terials.
phone number and we didn’t catch your name. We are hoping to
reunite these strays with their owners. The tortie-shell Siamese Two free programs are CRAFT
mix girl was found on Lake Shore Drive. The grey and buff colored planned including a gallery talk
Siamese mix boy was found on West Street. If we look familiar, with Andy Mowbray, an artist
please contact Eddy Ramos at the Duxbury Animal Shelter at 781- with local roots exhibiting in
934-6424.
Home Grown on Wednesday,
Sept. 22 at 11 a.m. Plein air

DSU news
Ballroom Dress White Glove Sale: Buy your white gloves
painting day with Sue Charles
and friends on the grounds of
the museum is scheduled for
Saturday, Sept. 25, from 11
for fifth and sixth grade ballroom dance at the Duxbury Student a.m. until 3 p.m. Participants
Union for just $10. Avoid driving all over the South Shore look- should bring their own lunches
ing for white gloves and get them at the DSU. Gloves will be and painting equipment. THE SPARROW HOUSE
available at The Blender during normal operating hours of 2-5 Registration is required.
p.m. Monday-Thursday. Except where noted, all pro- 42 Summer Street, Plymouth
grams are free. Call 781-934- 508-747-1240 • www.sparrowhouse.com
Ballroom Dress & Blazer Swap: The DSU is hosting the 6634.
first ever ballroom swap. Donate your cleaned, gently used
dresses and boys blazers to the DSU during the month of Sep-
tember and join us for the swap on Oct. 7 from 2:45-5 p.m. Any
questions, or if you would like a DSU representative to stop by

Finally fed up enough


your house to pick up the items, contact Beverly Bartley at bev-
erlybartley@comcast.net .
Save the Date, Cherish Our World: Duxbury is one of the
prettiest places in the world to live thanks to concerned local
citizens. The DSU is committed to being good stewards of our
environment and has created Cherish Our World, a DSU event
to move your
to improve our world, improve our health and improve our en-
vironment. Join us on Saturday, Oct. 2 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for a checking account
to another bank?
recycle and reuse yard sale with local musicians and interactive
exhibits in the DSU parking lot. Donations of household items
gladly accepted and volunteers needed. Call781-934-2290 or e-
mail sbradford@duxburystudentunion.com to be a part of Cher-
ish Our World. The new free checking account customers
DSU E-News: The DSU produces a weekly newsletter com- we’re seeing lately have something in common.
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18 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

DYC Labor Day Golf Championships

Ned Devnew walks up the fairway with his caddy Sander Rose.
Ned played well in his first experience participating in this
event.

Bucky MacCallum gets advice from his caddy and ends up


winning in the Four Ball Handicap Lucey Tournament. His
partner was John Wilson, and his opponents were Steve
Brustin and Gerry Buckley.
David Kellar successfully hits out of a water
hazard. He and partner Nancy Kolstad were
defeated by Amy and John Wilson.

Enjoying the golf finals on a picture perfect day are Dede


Dudensing and Marianne Ellison.

Men’s Senior Club Champion Ed McGrath, with final-


ist Paul Evans.

Photos by Deni Johnson.


Ladies Club Champion Tracy Cote with finalist Kristin
Emerson.

Senior Men’s Handicap Past Commodore’s Cup winner Sandy


Salmela with runner-up Carl Sundstrom.

Junior Club Champion Ed Kellar with finalist Chris Bob Hale, winner of the Men’s Handicap Winner of the Men’s 18-Hole Handicap Nickerson Cup Carl Sundstrom
Camerota. Director’s Cup. with finalist Tom Tucker.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 19

O’Neil Farm opens to public OPENING SPECIAL


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offering public access to the
farm, according to the farm’s
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dairy farm was permanently UÊ-i«ÌˆVÊ-ÞÃÌi“ÃÊ iÈ}˜Ê
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holds the pony’s reigns.
around.
“I think it’s really fun to
show the cows,” said Sarah Sun Tavern Restaurant & Bar
Duffy. Book Your Private Event or Holiday Gathering Today!
Nick Stead was walking
around the grounds with his
8-month-old Holstein calf,
Helena.
“I’ve always loved ani-
mals,” he said.
The club holds barn meet-
ings at O’Neil Farm twice
a month, and meets at the
Marshfield Fairgrounds once
a month. Our private dining rooms are perfect for your party, meeting or other
“The kids that want to do event. Rehearsal dinners, holiday parties, office events, bridal
this really have an interest, showers, etc. We will customize a function just for you.
they’ll stick with it,” said club Call today to schedule your event or to receive our Function Package.
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4-H club members Sam Duffy, Sarah Duffy, Tori Coyman and Beni
to teach them what it takes to 781-837-1027 – Fax 781-837-1109
DiVasta with a baby cow at Saturday’s Farm Day.
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are also Farm Days where the management], which is cool.” basis ... They’re not scared to Dinner Service begins at 5pm Tuesday-Saturday and 4pm on Sunday
entire workings of the farm are Other 4-H members were get their hands dirty.” REMEMBER - Prime Rib Special on Wednesdays & Sundays
open to the public. on hand to show visitors Ken Wisneski, Executive Chef
On Saturday, dozens of
visitors came to O’Neil Farm

Only Our Name Is Changing!


to see the 42 milking cows and
other animals, listen to blue-
grass music from the Wildcat
Bogstompers and participate
in games.
The farm is also the base Bay State Gas will now be Columbia Gas of Massachusetts
for the Farmtastic 4-H’ers 4-H
club, which McAllister has
participated in for seven years.
She’s been working at the
farm for two, and is currently
attending Bristol County Agri-
cultural School.
“I want my own farm
eventually,” she said. “People
are getting more into it [dairy

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20 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010
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John & Bobbie Cutler, Founders The Deadline for all


David S. Cutler, Publisher Emeritus letters & commentaries
Benjamin D. Cutler, President is Monday at noon.
Justin M. Graeber, Editor-in-Chief
What’s Yours? Share your views in our sounding off section
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Congrats to all the
triathlon athletes!
Let the letters
flow forth
T
he upcoming election season promises to be an
interesting one. Now that the primaries are past and
the Nov. 2 ballot set, we have many races at both
the local and statewide level that should be exciting to watch.
Here at the Clipper, we encourage political letters of all
kinds, although there are some rules submitters must follow to
ensure fairness.
Letters to the editor during campaign season must follow
the paper’s existing letters to the editor policy with the
following additions:
• The letter’s author must be a resident of town. An alternate perspective ————————
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• No political letters regarding local candidates will be uch has been said next century. Massachusetts beyond redemption.
accepted in the two weeks prior to the election. in the Clipper Hall at Harvard has been used As an architectural histo-
• No form letters (meaning letters generated by filling in the about so many – and probably not gently – by rian, I would add that histori-
writer’s last name, town, etc. to a form on a Web site) will be of our public buildings being students since 1720! cally architectural styles are
“at the end of their 50-year The High School and considered the most dated at
accepted. life expectancy.” I’m so grate- other public buildings may the 50 year mark, and then
• Priority will be given to local candidates. (Example: A ful successive owners of my be dowdy, indifferently main- the pendulum swings. Mid-
letter regarding the governor’s or Congressional race may be frame 1813 home did not get tained, too small and other- century modern architecture is
left out or posted only online in deference to a letter about a that memo, as it would have wise in need of renovation and coming into its own in many
been replaced in 1863, 1913, expansion. Clever architects places.
state representative contest.)
1963 and awaiting a fourth de- could have many solutions. Would brand new build-
• In some cases we may get multiple timely letters on a molition/replacement in three But it’s disturbing if the ings be cooler than the mid-
similar subject that can’t all run for space reasons. We may years. public buildings of Duxbury dle-aged facilities? Yes, for a
print a fair representation of those on these pages while posting The 1926 high school were constructed to last only while. Is replacement the only
prospers as Duxbury Free Li- 50 years. I don’t feel comfort- prudent alternative? I’m not
similarly-themed letters online only.
brary, and the 1909 library as able with the current process convinced. Thanks for listen-
As a reminder: All letters must include the letter writer’s the Wright Building, the Rural in which demolition is con- ing.
full name (no initials please), address and phone number. Only & Historical Society archives. sidered the only viable option Peter Flagg Maxson
the street name (not the number) will be printed, and the phone The 1870s Tarkiln School is until objective structural engi- Washington Street
being nicely rehabbed for its neers deem the current schools
number is for verification purposes only.

Municipal health reform needed now ––––––––


FROM THE ARCHIVES
D
uring this election health insurance reform, com- state leaders have exempted
season, the Massa- munities will continue to pay themselves from this collective
chusetts Municipal too much for employee health bargaining mandate, and state
Association is calling on all benefits, which will force even officials routinely implement
candidates for the Legislature more service cuts and layoffs plan changes to save money on
to pledge their support for re- while local taxpayers pay mil- health insurance with no union
form legislation to give cities lions more than they should. approval required.
and towns the ability to control When the new Legislature Cities and towns should
skyrocketing health insurance convenes in January, our Rep- have the same authority the
costs and save local taxpayers resentatives and Senators need state has. There is no excuse
$100 million a year, and we en- to support real reform that gives for keeping the unique and spe-
courage all voters and taxpay- local government the same au- cial veto power that municipal
ers to do the same. thority the state has to design unions hold over health plan
Paying for health insur- health insurance plans outside changes – this veto power is
ance is a problem for every- of collective bargaining. Cit- costing taxpayers millions, and
one, but cities and towns have ies and towns would be able is forcing cuts in important ser-
been forced to pay much more to lower their health insurance vices, and is causing the elimi-
than necessary because of a costs by $100 million state- nation of teachers, firefighters
state law that gives municipal wide. This is real savings that and police officers from local
unions a veto over routine plan taxpayers deserve and need. budgets.
changes that would reduce the The reform legislation We urge all voters and tax-
cost to taxpayers. Over the would provide relief from an payers to ask candidates for the
past ten years, cities and towns indefensible state law that al- Legislature for a commitment
have seen their health insurance lows local unions to block to pass strong municipal health
costs rise by over 150 percent, even modest changes in health insurance reform when the Leg-
squeezing out vital services and plans, such as increasing any islature convenes in January.
Sept. 18 1991: Duxbury kicked off its field hockey season in costing local taxpayers more co-pays or deductibles. Many Otherwise, the fiscal problems
1991 with much media attention when two male players joined and more. municipalities are locked into we face will get worse, and
the team. Juniors Eric Tily and Justin Smith were the only male The state has cut local aid plans that offer $5 co-pays for local taxpayers will continue
players on the South Shore. The boys made the team because by $825 million, and cities and office visits, and no co-pays or to pay more and get less in re-
of a state ruling that dictated boys and girls have a right to play towns have laid off thousands deductibles for many expensive turn.
on each others team if there is only one team represented. Both of employees, cut services procedures. But state employ- Geoffrey C. Beckwith
boys wore the traditional kilts during the games and to school on and increased their reliance on ees have $20 co-pays and much Executive Director
the day of the competition. property taxes. Without real higher deductibles because Massachusetts Municipal
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 21

Thanks for a successful TLC backpack program


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Helping Our Clients to Make Good Decisions Since 1967
n behalf of the
Duxbury Interfaith Home, Auto, Business, Marine, Life
Council, we would
like to thank the Duxbury com- Lougee Insurance Agency, Inc.
24 Bay Road, PO Box AC
munity for participating in Duxbury, MA 02331-0630
the TLC Backpack program’s WWW.LOUGEE.NET
townwide school supply drive Ph 781.934.6500 ext. 14 fax 781.934.5012
this summer. For the months
of July and August, the much
needed donated school supplies
were dropped off at the Dux-
bury Senior Center and Pilgrim
Church. We are very apprecia-
tive of everyone’s support and
generosity in helping make this
program successful. For the
2010-2011 school year, TLC Proud students who assisted the council in assembling backpacks!
was able to help 49 Duxbury
students ranging from kinder- Thank you again. Your gen- donate, please call 781-934- -/- +IDSBACKINSCHOOL
erous support will help our fu- 8388 or e-mail us at info@dux-
garten to high school grade lev-
els. We are confident that not ture generation be equipped to interfaith.com. Monetary dona- 4IMETOTAKECAREOF9OU
only will the donations bring learn and enjoy school. tions (earmarked TLC) can be 781-934-0020
these children material neces- The TLC Backpack Com- mailed to Duxbury Interfaith 3BJMSPBE"WF 4VJUF %VYCVSZtXXXEVYCVSZXFMMOFTTDPN
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to study the present govern- Did you know that eight is vital.
mental structure of Plymouth out of 14 of Massachusetts’ County government is- Guaranteed to lose at
County to consider and make counties have already been sues are barely visible to most least 3 inches. Call for info
findings concerning the form abolished? Rhode Island and voters. However, these issues,
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ommendations thereon?” abolished county government. are among the most important
Today, Plymouth County Question 4, as it appears votes you may make.
is an $11,000,000 operation. on the ballot for Nov. 2, ee- Bill Harris of Duxbury
Close to 85 percent of its reve- rily resembles the Barnstable is a candidate for Plymouth
Home Rule Charter campaign
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operating budget, in valuable mean to our local governance,
assets in order to balance its local tax structure, and local
budget? services? Enriching Lives through Language, Culture & Education
Over the centuries, Mas- The Barnstable Home Rule
sachusetts has favored a town Charter authorized an aggres- FALL 2010 OPEN ENROLLMENT
governance structure. It is part sive tax structure that funds Fully immerse your child in a second language and give your child a worldly advantage.
of the fabric that makes Mas- their regional services. It is Our dynamic, positive, fun environment stimulates and challenges your child’s language and
sachusetts unique. A county levied on each town. Barn- social skills while becoming BILINGUAL. Lessons are conducted completely in the second
government structure, in its stable County’s FY11 budget language to build fluency with the proper syntax and expand cognitive learning skills.
current form, might not be is $23,000,000. Its budget
is twice the size of Plymouth SPANISH IMMERSION PROGRAM
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Did you know this “abolish- and weighted delegate vot- Language Enrichment Workshops
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for the elimination of several ing mean? If implemented SPECIAL RATE: $200 per child (30% Savings)
counties and the creation of in Plymouth County, Brock- Ideal as a supplement to our Spanish language class or for a new student with no
Chapter 34B laws? ton, by the size of its popula- experience, Su Escuela’s workshop series are an enriching and affordable option for young learn-
ers. Students are fully immersed in the Spanish language but the workshops focus more on fluency
and conversational skills rather than written work.
Thanks for support ––––––––
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Luces, Cámara y Acción Drama Workshop (Grades K - 4)
he Mehrman Family and staff at South Shore Cabinet Learning a second language is natural and easy through Drama! Children will learn Spanish as they
& Appliance Center, Inc. wishes to extend our sincere work together to perform the popular El Gato Con Botas song on the last day of class. This dynamic,
thank you for the support we received from members interactive workshop focuses on verbal fluency with the proper syntax through music and acting.
of the community after the untimely death of Glenn A. Mehrman. Vamos Amigos! Come Explore the World (Ages 4 - 7)
South Shore Cabinet & Appliance Center, Inc. and the Mehrmans Children will explore several Spanish countries through crafts, music, literature,
hope to keep the family business open. Tony McGahan shall con- geography and history in this dynamic, interactive and fun workshop.
tinue to manage company operations and Carl Mehrmann has
joined the company staff. Craftsman Brian Mehrman and his New Language Center in Duxbury
son, Kurt Mehrman, shall continue to perform cabinet installation www.suescuela.com 781-383-2585
work. Our family is sincerely touched by the large showing of
support we received during this very difficult time. Glenn would
gual! Give your c ag
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be pleased. Thank you.
Be bilin hild
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The Mehrman family
22 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Duxbury School Calendar


Thursday Sept. 23
Chandler Open House 6:30 p.m.
Grade 5 Day at Camp Wing
Friday Sept 24
6th grade social 2:45-5 p.m. DMS Send School news & Photos to
7/8th grade social 7-9 p.m. DMS editor@duxburyclipper.com
Monday Sept. 27 the Deadline is Monday at noon.
Divots for Duxbury 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday Sept. 28
Bullying: A Wake up Call 7 p.m. PAC $5 advance, $7 at the door
Music Promoters meeting 7:30 p.m. DHS
Thursday Sept. 30
NHS Induction Ceremony 7:30 p.m. PAC
Wednesday Oct. 6
DMS School council 4 p.m. DMS Library
School Committee meeting 7 p.m. Alden Rm. 104
Thursday Oct. 7
Bully Task Force 6:15 p.m. Alden Rm. 102
Friday Oct. 8
Professional Development, half day of classes
Monday Oct. 11
No school - Columbus Day

School Lunch Menu


Week of Sept. 27- Oct. 1
DHS
Monday: Grilled seasoned chicken, fiesta rice,
seasoned corn, corn tortilla scoops.
Tuesday: French toast sticks with blueberry top-
ping, scrambled eggs, potato puffs.
Wednesday: Grilled chicken caesar salad with
romaine lettuce and tomatoes, dinner roll.
Thursday: Eggplant or chicken parmesan, vege-
table medley, whole wheat bread stick.
Friday: Chicken nuggets, cheddar mashed po- The Duxbury Music Promoters enjoying their summer meeting at Duxbury Beach. Come join us as we
tatoes, seasoned carrots, whole wheat dinner help support students in the music program, grades 5-12. You don’t have to be a musician to be a
roll. music promoter! Come join us at our first meeting of the year, Tuesday, Sept. 28 at the DHS Orchestra
Room.
DMS
Monday: Grilled seasoned chicken, fiesta rice, seasoned corn, corn tor-
tilla scoops. The Parent Connection presents bullying and
Tuesday: French toast sticks with blueberry topping, scrambled eggs,
potato puffs. cyber-bullying program Sept. 28
Wednesday: Grilled chicken caesar salad with romaine lettuce and to- On Tuesday, Sept. 28, The Parent Connec- join a panel of experts and educators to answer
matoes, dinner roll. tion, in partnership with Duxbury High School questions from the audience. Other panel mem-
Thursday: Eggplant or chicken parmesan, vegetable medley, whole PTO and Alden PTA, will present “Bullying bers are Margaret Hannah, Executive Director
wheat bread stick. and Cyber-Bullying: A Community Wake Up of the Freeman Center for Child and Family
Friday: Chicken nuggets, cheddar mashed potatoes, seasoned carrots, Call.” The two-part program will begin with a Development, Nancy MacCoy, co-director of
whole wheat dinner roll. presentation by Dr. Elizabeth Englander, direc- Open Circle at Wellesley College, Detective
tor of the Massachusetts Aggressive Reduction Friend Weiler, Duxbury Student Resource Of-
Alden and Chandler Schools Center and a lead consultant to Massachusetts ficer and Ed Walsh, Assistant Superintendent,
Monday: Turkey hot dog on whole wheat bun, baked sweet potato fries, on the new bullying legislation, and end with Duxbury Schools. Questions for the panel may
dried cranberries. a Q&A discussion between the audience and a be submitted in advance at theparentconnec-
Tuesday: French toast sticks with blueberry topping, turkey sausage, panel of experts. tion.org.
baked potato wedges, mixed fruit. Dr. Englander will talk about what our pre- The program will begin at 7:30 p.m in the
Wednesday: Homemade fresh baked pizza, broccoli trees with ranch teens and teens are doing online and what adults Duxbury Performing Arts Center. There will be
dressing, spicy peach salad. can do to help them navigate that online world. a reception at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 in advance
She will show ways adults can help keep chil- and can be purchased online. After Sept. 15,
Thursday: Baked ziti or rigatoni, green beans, dinner roll, banana.
dren safe when online. Englander will also give tickets can be purchased at Westwinds Book-
Friday: Oven baked crispy chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, dinner an overview of the new anti-bullying legisla- shop, Duxbury Free Library and Foodie’s. Tick-
roll, pears. tion and tell what it means for parents and their ets can also be purchased at the door for $7.
Assorted fruit and veggie selection daily. children. After her presentation, Englander will
All lunches served with choice of milk.
Duxbury schools calendar Calling all dinner hosts
now available online The Duxbury Music Promoters is kick-
ing off the year with its annual dinners on
It’s not done... It’s not just a pretty cover! The Dux-
bury School Calendar has all those important
school dates, concerts, meetings and commu-
Saturday, Oct. 16. The mission of the DMP
is to encourage, promote and support the
musical education of students in the Dux-
nity events that parents need to know about. bury Music Program in grades 5-12. This
Visit duxbury.k12.ma.us/pta.html to order a is a fun group of parents and community
calendar online or download an order form. members and is open to everyone. If you
...until it’s finished. Calendars may be ordered for pickup at any
school in the district or mailed.
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Thursday Sept. 9
10:22 a.m. Truck damaged a ton police with car fire.
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11:13 a.m. Suspicious male mestic situation between mother
walking towards roundabout near and son.
Lincoln Street. Gone on arrival. Sunday Sept. 12 8:35 p.m. Kingston resident re-
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ported on Franklin Street. Area Street reported eggs were thrown calls from Duxbury resident. Of-
search negative. at car during the night. ficer to speak to suspect.
12:42 p.m. Caller reported dislo- 9:02 p.m. Caller reported suspi-
Friday Sept. 10 cated shoulder on football field on cious person walking in middle
St. George Street. Patient trans- of Summer Street on the yellow
7:08 a.m. Caller on Elm Street ported to South Shore Hospital. lines. Officer brought party into
reports sick raccoon. Animal station to make arrangements.
control officer notified. 12:28 p.m. Caller reported mo-
torist with possible medical situ- 9:32 p.m. Caller reported possi-
1:35 p.m. Motor vehicle crash ation. Transported by ambulance ble residential breaking and enter-
on Summer Street with injuries. to Jordan Hospital. ing on Back River Way. Officers
Two ambulances responded and report all okay.
vehicles towed. 1:39 p.m. Caller reported suspi-
cious person in front yard. Offi- 11:40 p.m. Caller reported mo-
11:00 a.m. Larceny reported on cer to handle. tor vehicle rollover in Kingston
St. George Street. on Route 3 northbound. Kingston
3:21 p.m. Caller on Clearwater Police notified.
Drive reported breaking and en-
Monday Sept. 13
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7:07 p.m. Caller on Old Barn
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8:13 p.m. Caller reported hitting Damage to door of car. tion Street reported lost cell phone
deer on Route 3A. Area search found by unknown male request-
negative. 6:39 p.m. Pole struck on Frank- ing reward for return. Officer and
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2 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Religious
American culture and decorative arts.
Send church listings to Free. At the Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75
events@clipperpress.com Court St., Plymouth at 7 p.m.

services
or fax to 781-934-5917.

the Deadline
is Friday at noon.
Thursday Sept. 30
Poet Eileen Malone at the Library.

C l i pp e r
A cal At 7 p.m. in the Duxbury Free Library,
e San Francisco poet Eileen Malone
Du x b u n d a r f o r
First Baptist will read prize-winning poems from

m u n i ty ry e
me e t ve n t s, her new book of poetry “I Should

C om
fbcd.org Have Given Them Water.” Free
781-934-6095 c l a s s i ng s, tickets are available at the circulation
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934-2721, x108.
C
Pastor Jamie Cotelleso, Worship Leader
s
Sunday worship, 9:30 a.m.; p l ays h o p s,
,
nursery and children’s programs and v dance s American Sign Language Classes.
A six-week ASL session will begin
during worship time. Sunday o pp o r o l u n te e r Thursday, Sept. 30 at the Cardinal
school classes, children through t uni t Cushing School in Hanover. Two
adult, immediately following
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levels of instruction will be offered.
morning worship; 5:30 p.m. Beginner ASL is from 5-6:30 p.m.
junior and senior high youth and advanced voice off ASL will
groups with Youth Pastor Brent run from 6:30-8 p.m. The cost is $75
Van Wyk; 6 p.m. devotion and c a le n d a r i te ms by and includes all materials. Contact
prayer time. Awana Clubs for Se nd o e ve n t s@
Marianne Molinari at 781-447-2470
kids every Wednesday night F r id a y t or manny66@msn.com to register.
from 6:30 - 8 p.m. for preschool
no on s s .c om .
Attendees needing this instruction
through the sixth grade. St. John the c l i pp e r p re ce available basis. a
for reasons pertaining to deaf, or
non-verbal family members will not
ish ed on a sp even ts . be put on a waiting list.
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Evangelist Episcopal C a le n da r it
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Holy Family Church Church Friday Oct. 1
www.stjohnsduxbury.org
holyfamilyduxbury.org 781-934-6523 Duxbury Youth Soccer. Tryouts
Rev. Robert J. Deehan Sunday services 8 a.m. and for select Duxbury Youth Soccer
Rev. Seán Maher spring teams will be held in Oct. for
10 a.m. Sunday school at 10
781-934-5055
a.m. Wednesday: Men’s Bible
Sunday Sept. 26 U12 and U14 age groups. Spring
Weekend Mass: Saturday,
5 p.m., Sunday, 7 a.m., 8:30 study 6:30 a.m., Coffee and con-
Thursday Sept. 23 Japanese Tea Ceremony. Held registration will open October 1, and
in the tea hut at the Art Complex players must be registered for the
a.m. (family Mass), 10 a.m. and versation 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist “Fall” Awareness Day. The Spring to tryout for a select team.
11:30 a.m. Babysitting available with healing 10 a.m., Adult Ed Duxbury Senior Center will be Museum, 189 Alden St. at 2 p.m.
at the 8:30 and 10 a.m. Masses. hosting a presentation by Plymouth Admission is free but seating is
11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Children’s
Bay Orthopedics to promote balance limited and available on a first-come
The rosary is prayed after daily choir rehearsal 6 p.m., Youth
awareness and fall prevention in older basis. Guests are advised to dress Saturday Oct. 2
Mass. Adoration of the Blessed choir rehearsal at 7 p.m. Thurs- for the weather. In case of extreme
Sacrament, Fridays at 9 a.m. adults. Lunch at 11:30 a.m. followed Batty Book Event. Children who
day: Adult choir rehearsal 7 by the presentation. Reservations heat or rain, the ceremony will be are batty about baseball won’t want
Daytime Bible study, Thursdays p.m. Friday: AA meeting at performed in one of the museum’s
must be made in advance by calling to miss Brian Lies reading “Bats at
at 9:30 a.m. Evening prayer air-conditioned galleries. For more
7:30 p.m. 781-934-5774, x100 or x101. Cost the Ballgame” at the Duxbury Free
group Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. for Duxbury seniors $5; non-seniors information, call 781-934-6634,
Men’s prayer group Fridays at Library Merry Room from 1 – 3 p.m.
and non-residents $6. e-mail info@artcomplex.org or visit Lies will also show some original
6:45 a.m. artcomplex.org. artwork during this drop-in event. No
First Parish Church Relay for Life 2011 planning
meeting. Relay For Life of Marshfield,
advance registration is needed, but
all children must be accompanied by
duxburyuu.org Duxbury, Hanover, Norwell, and Monday Sept. 27 an adult. For more information visit
Pilgrim Church Rev. Catherine Cullen Pembroke will be holding an open
Divots for Duxbury. The Annual duxburyfreelibrary.org or call the
781-934-6532 meeting at the First Congregational
pilgrim@pilgrimchurchofduxbury.org
Sunday Worship and Church Duxbury Education Foundation Golf children’s department at 781-934-
Church in Marshfield, 1981 Ocean
Rev. Todd Vetter, Senior Pastor Tournament will take place at the 2721 x115.
Rev. Eloise Parks, Assoc. Pastor School at 10:30 a.m. Office St., at 7 p.m. to start planning for
hours, Monday through Friday 8 2011. For more information or to Duxbury Yacht Club, 70 Fairway DHS Class of 1980 reunion. From
781-934-6591 Lane starting with 11:30 a.m. check-
a.m. to 2 p.m. Buddhist medita- RSVP for this meeting, please contact 7-11 p.m. at the Venus II in Brant
Sunday Worship Service at in. Casual scramble format with
Debbie Cornwall at 617-901-3483 or Rock. Tickets are $40 per person.
10 a.m. Church office hours, tion, Sundays at 7 p.m. Sept. 23, dcornwall@corlundgroup.com, Lisa prizes for both men’s and women’s
Monday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Tues- Please make checks payable to C.
Women’s Autumnal Equinox at McCarthy at relaywithmarshfield@ teams. Participating golfers pay
day-Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Costello, Graduating Class of 1980
8 p.m. hotmail.com, or Patrick Connors at a tax-deductible entry fee of $200 and mail to C.Costello, P.O. Box
Pilgrim childcare and preschool, 508-897-4344 or patrick.connors@ per golfer, $800 per foursome. 2285 Duxbury, MA 02331. Deadline
Monday-Friday, 7 a.m-6 p.m. cancer.org. Complimentary box lunch, and is Sept. 28. For more information,
Ladies Bible study, Tuesday at driving range access. Shot-gun call Clare at 781-585-1676, e-mail
7 p.m. St. Paul’s Church of start at 12:30 p.m. and a reception duxhsq980@yahoo.com or visit the
the Nazarene Friday Sept. 24 immediately following at the Art
Complex Museum of Duxbury. For
Facebook page or yahoo group at
groups.yahoo.com/group/dhs1980.
stpaulsnazarene.org Winslow House Lecture. Author more information, contact divots@
United Methodist Rev. David Troxler Vincent Cannato discusses his book
“American Passage: The History of
duxburyeducationfoundation.org. Prom Angels Inaugural Golf
781-585-3419 Tournament. Starting at 12:30 p.m.,
Church Sunday worship, 11 a.m. Ellis Island” at 7 p.m. at the Historic at Pembroke Country Club, 94 West
highstreetumc.org Sunday school classes and Bible 1699 Winslow House, 634 Careswell
St., Marshfield. Reservations and
Tuesday Sept. 28 Elm St., Pembroke. Prom Angels
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781-585-9863 more information can be found online Consumer Risks Tea and Talk. other social events for young adults
vided for all services. Wednes- at winslowhouse.org or by calling Please join the Council on Aging with special needs. Shotgun start at
Office hours are Monday-
days, Sacred Youth Ministry at 781-837-5753. for an important presentation with 12:30 p.m.; followed by dinner and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12
the teen center at 6:30 p.m. and Barbara Anthony, Undersecretary raffles. $125 per golfer. Sponsorships
p.m. Sunday worship service
men’s Bible study at 7 p.m. of Consumer Affairs at 2 p.m. in available. Sign up by calling Kevin
and Sunday school, 10 a.m., fol-
lowed by fellowship, adult choir Saturday Sept. 25 the Duxbury Senior Center. During
her visit she will discuss “risk”
McKenna at 617-529-9166 or
rehearsal, 8:45 a.m. with coffee e-mailing Paul Nicol at majanicol@
Beach Sweep. The 25th annual issues facing community members comcast.net. For more information,
hour following. Third Friday of CoastSweep Beach Clean-up is part
each month we serve dinner at First Church of of a nation-wide effort organized by
including: ID Theft, Reverse
Mortgage Programs and Long Term
visit promangelsfoundation.org.
Mainspring Shelter, Brockton.
Last Wednesday of the month is
Christ, Scientist the Center of Marine Conservation in Care Insurance. All are welcome and Winslow House Turkey Dinner.
Washington D.C. Volunteers can pick refreshments will be served. A Winslow House tradition since
781-934-6434
ladies’ luncheon at 12 p.m. up collection supplies and data sheets the 1920’s, welcome in the autumn
Sunday worship service and at the east end of the Powder Point season with a traditional New
Sunday School for Ages 3-20,
10:30 a.m. Mid-week testimony
Bridge between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
Refreshments will be provided. For
Wednesday Sept. 29 England turkey dinner complete
with all the trimmings at 6:30 p.m.
Journey meeting on Wednesday, 7:30 more information, please call Jeanine Farmer’s Market. Duxbury¹s very
own Farmers and Artisans Regional
The Winslow House, is located at
p.m. Christian Science Reading Boyle at Battelle 781-934-0571. 634 Careswell St., Marshfield. For
Community of Faith Room open to all, 15 Standish St. Market (DUXFARM) is open every reservations and more information,
Car wash. Duxbury Girls Volleyball Wednesday from 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. at visit winslowhouse.org or call 781-
www.journeyduxbury.com Halls Corner, Tuesday through are holding a car wash and bake its Tarkiln Community Center site on
Rev. David Woods 837-5753.
Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. sale from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in the DHS Route 53 through Oct. 13.
781-585-8295
Christian Science Sentinel parking lot. The cost is $5 a wash
Sunday, 10 a.m., Ford Cen- Art curator talk. “The Design
ter at Miramar. Radio on WATD 95.9 FM Sun- and all proceeds go directly towards
Duxbury Girls Volleyball. of Drinking, From the Jazz Age to Sunday Oct. 3
day mornings at 9 a.m.
the Space Age” is a talk by John King Caesar AutumnFest. Annual
Stuart Gordon, Assistant Curator of event for families from 12-4 p.m.
American Decorative Arts at the Yale Music, demonstrations by Civil
University Art Gallery, using cocktail War re-enactors, wagon rides,
shakers to explore the development of
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 3

Question of the Week by Sarie Booy

What is your position on the death penalty?

I am definitely opposed. If I wasn’t I believe, depending on the We can never trust state gov- I don’t think we should do away  Keep It. Because I think people
before I came to hear Sister Pre- crime, that the death penalty ernment to select who is to die. with the death penalty. I think should not be supported in jail
jean, I certainly am now. should be used. When we have a way to keep it is a deterrent to crime. As an for the rest of their lives at our
Kate Brewer Tucker Asack society safe with prisons, we example, I want terrorists to expense.
Buckboard Road Congress Street don’t need the death penalty. know that if they are tried in the Bernice Gilbert
Sister Helen Prejean US court system (rather than Tremont Street
  the US military courts) that they
Guest Speaker at First Parish
Pulitzer Prize winning author will still be facing the death
of “Dead Man Walking” penalty.
Bob King
Walker Road

games, crafts and more at the King per person, 18 hole shotgun event with Retreat Center will present an evening Pre-registration is required at 781- a story, followed by a snack and art
Caesar House, 120 King Caesar raffles, food and fun. Contact Scott for married couples entitled “The Gift 934-6634, x10. project. The cost is $5 per session.
Rd. Cost is$5 adults, $3 children, Sarro, 617-901-3794 or sesarro81@ of Marriage: What We are Grateful
maximum $20 per family. For mor aol.com, Debra Keaney, 781-975- For.” The cost for the evening is $25 Farmer’s Market. Duxbury¹s very
information, call 781-934-6106 or 9417 or debra_keaney@comcast.net per couple. For reservations call Ann Ongoing own Farmers and Artisans Regional
Market (DUXFARM) is open every
visit duxburyhistory.org. or Sheryl Savage at 508-588-9100 to at 781-585-2460.
register. Open Gym Nights for Duxbury Wednesday from 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. at
Concert at the Art Complex Pumpkin Sale. Friends of the Tarkiln Youth Basketball. All players who its Tarkiln Community Center site on
Museum. Sima Kustanovich, pianist Art workshops. On Wednesdays has scheduled a pumpkin sale for are interested in trying out for travel Route 53 through Oct. 13.
and Julian Milkison, clarinetist, from 1-3:30 p.m., Oct. 6 through Saturday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 basketball are invited to participate in
perform on Sunday, Oct. 3, at 4 Nov. 10, Artist Open Studio for p.m., rain or shine, on the grounds an open gym at DMS. Boys open gym Artist exhibit. The Helen Bumpus
p.m. The program is free. For more painting in all mediums in the Art of the Tarkiln community Center on will be held Monday nights beginning Gallery will be presenting an exhibit
information, visit artcomplex.org. Complex Museum’s Alden studio. No Route 3A. Other fall items will also be Sept. 20 thru Oct. 4. Grades 4, 5 and titled “Into the Garden” by Duxbury
instruction. Easels and a small printing available. Seasonal refreshments will 6 will be 6-7:30 p.m. and Grades 7 artist Alison Davidson during the
All you can eat breakfast. Come press will be available. Coffee and tea be offered. and 8 will be 7:30-9 p.m. Girls open months of September and October.
enjoy all you can eat at the Cornerstone provided. The fee for the six week gym will be held Wednesday nights The Helen Bumpus Gallery is located
Lodge, 585 Washington St.from program is $25. Kitchen Tour. Celebrating the 30th from Sept. 15 thru Oct. 6. Grades on the main level of the Duxbury Free
8-11:30 a.m. Full breakfast menu, anniversary of Cranberry Hospice 5 and 6 will be 6-7:30 p.m. Grades Library.
juice and coffee for only $7 per adult, Yoga. From 8-9 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. - on Sunday, Oct. 17 from 1-5 p.m. 7 and 8 will be 7:30-9 p.m. Players
$6 for seniors, and $5 for children 12 12:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Oct. 6 –27 The tour features the kitchens of six Home Grown art exhibit. An
will practice basketball skills and exhibition of work by three artists
and under. Please bring in can tabs to at the Art Complex Museum. The cost Duxbury homes. Tickets are $25 and scrimmaging. No charge.
benefit Shriner’s Hospitals. for the four week session is $36. available at Westwinds Bookshop, with Duxbury roots, Abner Harris,
The Studio of Duxbury, Casey’s Fine Storytimes for three-year-olds. A Andy Mowbray and Ned Vena, is
Duxbury Ballroom Dance. The South Wine & Spirits, and Daisy Riley’s at session of special storytime programs planned at The Art Complex Museum
Upcoming Shore Sociables announce the dates
for the 2010-1011 Duxbury Ballroom
the Village Landing in Plymouth, or created for children who are three will through Nov. 7.
by contacting Bonnie Casey at 781- be held at the Duxbury Free Library Alzheimer’s support group. Duxbury
Mental Illness Awareness Week. Dance. Classes are scheduled for 934-4617. Tickets are limited to 200 for seven weeks beginning Thursday,
The Duxbury Free Library is providing Grade 5 from 5 - 6 p.m. and Grade House Alzheimer’s Care Center will
guests. Wine tasting also offered at Oct. 7 at 10:15 a.m. The 30-minute be hosting a monthly Alzheimer’s
information and books to support the 6 from 6:25 - 7:25 p.m. on Thursday Casey’s fine Wine and Spirits from program will be a stay alone but
National Alliance on Mental Illness nights starting Oct. 14 through Feb. support group in the tavern at Bay
3-5 p.m. For more information call adults must remain in the children’s Path Rehabilitation and Nursing
Awareness Week, Oct. 3-9. Visit the 10; Make-up date, Feb. 17 with 508-746-0215. library during the event. Registration
Duxbury Free Library during Mental evening dances March 11 for Grade Center, 308 Kingstown Way. The
can be done in person at the children’s group will meet on the first Tuesday
Illness Awareness Week to pick up 5 and March 18 for Grade 6. Classes Shaker Spirit drawing class. On reference desk and is for the entire
brochures supplied by NAMI, or to will be held at the First Parish Church. Sunday, Oct. 17, from 1:30-3:30 pm, of each month, from 7-8:30 p.m.
session since these are not standalone and is open to all families, friends,
check out a book from the display. Invitations have been sent. If you have the Art Complex Museum is offering storytimes. For more information,
any questions, please call Lisa French a free workshop on Shaker Spirit and caregivers who have a loved
please call 781-934-2721 x115. one affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
Sarro Family Fund GolfTournament. at 781-640-2662 or e-mail her at lisa. Drawings. Quill pen and ink will be
Register now to play on Monday Oct. french318@gmail.com. supplied and the program is open to Stories and Art for Preschoolers and For more information, contact Sandi
4, 12 p.m. at the Halifax Country children and adults. Children under10 Toddlers. On first Thursdays from Wright or Eilish Broderick-Murphy,
Club. Proceeds go to a scholarship to Evening for married couples. On must be accompanied by an adult. 10-11:30 a.m. at the Art Complex at 781-585-2397 or call Bay Path at
Massasoit Community College. $125 Oct. 12 from 7-9 p.m., Miramar Museum. The program begins with 781-585-5561.

Piano concert at the ACM


T
he Art Complex Museum will present two artists who share both a
Russian heritage and an intense love for the music they perform
on Sunday, Oct. 3, at 4 p.m. Sima Kustanovich, pianist and
Julian Milkison, clarinetist are well-known for their collaborations
which impart a conversational quality to their performances.
Milkis has established an international stature as a solo-
ist and chamber musician. He has appeared in Europe,
the Far East and the Americas and is dedicated to
expanding the clarinet repertoire. He was the only
pupil of Benny Goodman.
Kustanovich is one of the Northeast’s most
sought after pianists for the extraordinary intensity
and brilliance of her playing. She has performed interna-
tionally and, in 1990 was invited to perform on Steinway
and Sons 500,000th piano as it toured the United States. Family portraits make great holiday cards and gifts
While she was appointed to the famed Leningrad Opera
and Ballet Theater, she worked intensively with such lu-
minaries as Mikhail Baryshnikov and Natalia Makarova.
The program is free and supported by the Carl A. Weyer-
haeuser Family Charitable Trusts, and by gifts from friends of the
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museum. www.artcomplex.org
781.934.6682 sWWWKARENWONG PHOTOCOM
4 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

You’re never too old Dragons Fall Sports Schedule


continued from page one
Revised schedule as of September 20
CSI meets at Mondays at 2 p.m. at the school, and Instant
Challenge the same time on Tuesdays. Both classes run from FOOTBALL Sept. 29 Pembroke Away 3:30
the end of September into early December starting next week. Sept. 10 Dux over B-R 42-22 1-0 Oct. 2 Concord-C. & Barnstable Home 1:00
The CSI kids will use “earth, life, and physical science” skills Sept. 17 Dux over Plymouth N. 16-12 2-0 Oct. 5 Silver Lake Away 3:30
to solve mysteries ranging from dog-napping to pollution. Sept. 25 New Bedford Away 1:00 Oct. 6 North Quincy Away 3:30
Oct. 2 Taunton Home 1:00 Oct. 7 Hingham Home 3:30
Instant Challenge kids will solve such engineering problems Oct. 8 Quincy Away 7:00 Oct. 12 B.C. High Granite Links 3:30
as building the tallest free-standing tower using 20 toothpicks Oct. 15 Whitman-Hanson Away 7:00
and glue. Teamwork, creativity, and problem solving will all be Oct. 22 North Quincy Away 7:00 Field Hockey
engaged. Oct. 29 Silver Lake Home 7:00 Sept. 8 Dux over Marshfield 4-1 1-0
Nov. 5 Middleboro Home 7:00 Sept. 14 Dux over Pembroke 4-0 2-0
The Alden Homework Huddle may be a tougher sell. Sept. 16 Dux over Silver Lake 7-0 3-0
Nov. 12 Hingham Home 7:00
Alden fifth grade teachers Ms. Lamare and Mrs. Pietrantonio Nov. 25 Marshfield Away 10:00 Sept. 21 Hingham Home 4:00
will supervise homework for grade 3, 4, and 5 students on Sept 23 Scituate Away 4:00
eight Mondays ($65), six Thursdays ($50), or both ($105). Sept. 25 Bishop Fenwick Away 1:00
Boys Soccer Sept. 27 Notre Dame (H) Away 4:00
Not as much fun as CSI or, say, Taekwondo, but for stretched Sept. 11 Canton over Dux 3-1 0-1 Sept. 29 Middleboro Away 4:00
schedules and baffled parents (I always stunk at homework Sept. 13 Dux ties Silver Lake 1-1 0-1-1 Oct. 1 Hanover Home 4:00
help), this may be just crazy enough to work. Finished Sept. 20 N. Quincy Away 4:00 Oct. 4 Pembroke Home 4:00
homework is a boost to the spirit. Looming homework is a Sept. 22 Hingham Away 4:00 Oct. 6 Silver Lake Away 4:00
Sept. 25 Marshfield Away 11:00 Oct. 8 Hingham Away 4:00
drag. Sept. 28 Scituate Away 6:30 Oct. 13 Scituate Home 4:00
Alden art teacher Linda Klein offers two six-session Sept. 30 Hanover Away 4:00 Oct. 15 Notre Dame (H) Home 4:00
plaster-casting classes, Object Transformation (grades 3 and Oct. 4 Whitman-Hanson Home 4:00 Oct. 18 Hopkinton Home 4:00
4) and Magnificent Masking (grade 5). Both classes combine Oct. 5 Middleboro Home 4:00 Oct. 19 Middleboro Home 4:00
Oct. 7 Quincy Home 4:00 Oct. 21 Hanover Away 4:00
plaster craft with decorative arts, and the Magnificent Mask Oct. 11 Franklin Away 11:00 Oct. 29 Marshfield Away 4:00
can be a safely molded image taken from the child’s own face. Oct. 12 Pembroke Away 7:00
Both are $95. Nichole Katsikas offers a one-time class for Oct. 14 Silver Lake Away 4:00 Girls Cross Country
building a Fairy House ($55), which will include a vial of Fairy Oct. 20 Whitman-Hanson Away 6:00 Sept. 14 Hingham over Dux 20-41 0-1
Oct. 22 N. Quincy Home 4:00 Sept. 21 Pembroke Pembroke 3:30
Dust for each child, and a cupcake. Fairy lore will be gathered Oct. 25 Hingham Home 4:00 Sept. 21 Middleboro Pembroke 3:30
from books and a short screening of “A Fairy Tale.” Oct. 28 Marshfield Home 4:00 Sept. 21 Silver Lake Pembroke 3:30
Adult classes offer a similar mix of the practical and Nov. 3 Plymouth North Away 4:00 Sept. 28 N. Quincy Quincy HS 3:30
the wild. Let Linda Sheldon introduce you to dowsing (one Sept. 28 Quincy Quincy HS 3:30
Girls’ Soccer
evening, $30). Linda’s course description says that dowsing Sept. 28 Hanover Quincy HS 3:30
Sept. 11 Dux over Canton 4-1 1-0 Oct. 2 Bay State Invite Wrentham TBA
with pendulums, L-rods, and Y-rods “is said to tap into Sept. 13 Dux over Silver Lake 2-0 2-0 Oct. 5 Scituate Home 3:30
Universal Energy and Information and is now used for finding Sept. 17 W-H over Dux 1-0 2-1 Oct. 5 Whitman-Hanson Home 3:30
missing objects, missing persons, underground cables, oil Sept. 20 N. Quincy Home 4:00 Oct. 16 Frosh/Soph Meet Falmouth TBA
reserves and for making almost any kind of decision you need Sept. 22 Hingham Home 4:00 Oct. 19 Randolph Away 3:30
Sept. 28 Scituate Home 4:00 Oct. 26 All-League Meet Silver Lake 3:30
to make.” Sept. 30 Hanover Away 4:00 Nov. 6 Coaches Invite Wrentham TBA
Languages always catch my eye, and this year you can Oct. 5 Middleboro Away 4:00 Nov. 13 MIAA Div. Meet TBA TBA
get a start on French (Emeline Dhommee), Italian (Filippo Oct. 7 Quincy Away 4:00 Nov. 20 MIAA State Open Gardner TBA
Toscano) or Spanish (Alejandra Peary). All three instructors are Oct. 9 Duxbury Tournament Home TBA
Oct. 10 Duxbury Tournament Home TBA Boys Cross Country
native speakers of the respective languages. The two French Oct. 12 Pembroke Home 4:00 Sept. 11 Martha’s Vineyard 2nd -
classes will work without a textbook. Oct. 14 Silver Lake Home 4:00 Sept. 14 Dux over Hingham 24-31 1-0
Two art classes – Adult Drawing 101 (Lynsey Murray, a Oct. 18 New Bedford Away 4:30 Sept. 21 Pembroke Pembroke 3:30
Duxbury art teacher) and Drawing and Oil Painting (Ernie Oct. 20 Whitman-Hanson Home 6:00 Sept. 21 Middleboro Pembroke 3:30
Oct. 22 N. Quincy Away 4:00 Sept. 21 Silver Lake Pembroke 3:30
Williams) – can open your artistic soul. Each uses a different Oct. 25 Hingham Away 4:00 Sept. 28 N. Quincy Quincy HS 3:30
approach, with Lynsey taking a more experiential, Right Brain Oct. 29 Bishop Fenwick Home 4:00 Sept. 28 Quincy Quincy HS 3:30
approach, and Ernie encouraging discovery through a variety Sept. 28 Hanover Quincy HS 3:30
of drawing and painting techniques. Either way (or both), you Boys’ Golf Oct. 2 Bay State Invite Wrentham TBA
won’t need to draw a straight line. Sept. 7 Dux over W-H 219-244 1-0 Oct. 5 Scituate Home 3:30
Sept. 8 Dux over Xaverian 235-245 2-0 Oct. 5 Whitman-Hanson Home 3:30
I’ve only touched the tip of the iceberg. There are many Oct. 16 Frosh/Soph Meet Falmouth TBA
Sept. 13 Dux over Sandwich 240-263 3-0
more classes for both children and adults. Even your dog can Sept. 14 Dux over Middleboro 50.5-21.5 4-0 Oct. 19 Randolph Away 3:30
learn a thing or two (Rita LaPoint’s “Dog School – A Social Sept. 14 Dux over Scituate 49.5-22.5 5-0 Oct. 26 All-League Meet Silver Lake 3:30
Experience for Your Dog). From Feng Shui to Chocolate Sept. 16 N. Quincy & Whitman-H Home 3:30 Nov. 6 Coaches Invite Wrentham TBA
Sept. 21 Hingham Away 3:30 Nov. 13 MIAA Div. Meet TBA TBA
Dipping, Estate Planning to Angel Ink, you’re bound to find Nov. 20 MIAA State Open Gardner TBA
Sept. 22 Hanover Home 3:30
something fascinating. Sept. 28 Quincy & Silver Lake Home 3:30

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Dragons’ Den Sports Editor Mike Halloran • sports@duxburyclipper.com

Maguire’s 97-yard conversion interception seals victory


continued from page one make it on fourth down, turn- game again at 14-6.
onds later captain Max Ran- ing the ball over once again on The Dragons caught a
dall pounced on a loose ball fourth down. break when the PAT went wide
to give his team a first down at Naton came through once with 8:25 left in the game.
the PN 37. again, recovering a PN fumble It was now critical that the
A second-down pass to on first down and giving his Dragons run time off the clock
Webber for six yards and a offense possession at the PN and they did take it down to
PN penalty had the ball at 32 from where the Dragons 4:23 with Connolly’s booming
the PN 26 on third down with offense could do little before punt down to the PN 23.
just over 2:23 left in the half. giving it back to the visitors Merritt appeared to take
Haffey dropped back and hit with 6:22 remaining in the the game over, as he combined
Webber cutting right to left third quarter. with Matt Walsh for 20 rush-
over the middle, where he took Momentum swung to the ing yards out to the PN 44-
a hit that knocked him off his Eagles, as Merritt moved his yard line. With one minute to
feet. He miraculously got his team from its own 12-yard line go, he hit Zach Zaniboni down
arm down to break the fall and across midfield to the Duxbury to the 29.
regained his balance before 39 in four plays. A 15-yard The clock needed to run
streaking into the end zone for penalty killed the drive and faster, as Merritt was on fire,
a 6-0 lead. Sophomore Tucker the Eagles were forced to punt running for five more yards,
Hannon came on for the ex- down to the Duxbury 5-yard completing a seven-yard pass
tra point and the Dragons had line. for a first down, and picking
their first lead of the game at Back deep in his own end, up three more yards down to
7-0. Haffey engineered a seven- the 14 with 15 seconds left in
Starting at its own 32 with play/95-yard drive that culmi- the game.
2:16 remaining Merritt hit nated in a 20-yard TD pass to Using his final timeout,
Bobby Savoia on consecutive Matt Hallisey, his fourth TD Merritt brought his team back
pass plays for 41 yards, allow- of the season and his third TD on the field after conferring
ing the senior QB to be in Hail catch, giving Duxbury a 14-0 with his coaching staff and
Mary range, as he lofted a pass lead after Hannon’s PAT. drew an interference penalty
toward the end zone that Na- Desperately needing to on the Dragons with 10 sec-
ton picked off once again as stoke his offense, Coach Fol- onds to go. A pass to Walsh put
the horn sounded. lette pulled one out of Sandlot the ball on the five with two
Duxbury’s offense was 101with just over eight min- seconds remaining and one fi-
hoping to get untracked in the utes left in the game. With the nal shot at knotting the game.
second half, and it looked like ball at the Duxbury 48, Merritt Merritt took the snap and ALONG FOR THE RIDE: Reilly Naton makes sure PN doesn’t
it was on its way when Haffey dropped back and looked left, scrambled in the backfield be- advance. Photos by Jim Tarbox
ran for two first downs and hitting senior Liam Cosgrove fore finding Walsh once again
he completed an 11-yard first in the flat. The senior wide- about a foot inside the goal points, giving Duxbury the ton had big days on the defen-
down strike to senior receiver out wasted little time, as he line, as the clock showed no 16-12 win. sive side of the ball with Mc-
Christian Spoor. The Dragons pitched the ball to Savoia, who time left and the PN bench The victory overshadowed Carthy registering nine tackles
gained just one yard over the flew down the left sideline and erupted. a tough day for the Duxbury and six assisted tackles, while
next three plays and failed to into the end zone to make it a Needing to tie the game running game that managed Naton was seven and two with
and send it into OT, Merritt just 39 yards on 16 carries, a pair of interceptions and a
took the snap and looked right, while the air attack carried fumble recovery.
where senior Denis Maguire the day with Haffey going 14 This Saturday the team
picked off his two-point con- for 28 for 146 yards and two will travel to New Bedford to
version attempt and raced all TDs. take on the Division 1 Whalers
the way downfield for two Marshal McCarthy and Na- at 1 p.m.

Duxbury Youth Hockey


Last Chance to Register
for 2010/11!
A BALANCED PERFORMANCE: Wide receiver Don Webber keeps
his balance and scores the first Duxbury touchdown . Learn to Play Hockey
Mite Age Players -
Cross Ice Program Ages 4-9

Programs held weekends


at The Bog in Kingston.
12 and 24 week
sessions begin 10/9/10.
Registration running online at
www.duxburyyouthhockey.org
Email questions to lfballerene@gmail.com
or rmatalllah@gmail.com
Brought to you in part by the
Mike Cheever Grow Hockey Grant
SAVING GRACE: Marshall McCarthy takes down an Eagle runner
before he gets away.
6 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

COLLEGE CORNER Field hockey sticks it to them


By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor
By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor
sports@duxburyclipper.com
sports@duxburyclipper.com

Freshman Matt Savard (DHS ’10) is Field hockey is a relatively


a starting strong safety on the Bowdoin low-scoring game. But after
three contests it appears var-
College football team that opens its sea-
sity coaches Pam Manley and
son this Friday night versus Tufts… Se-
Terry Vandewater are out to
nior Kerri Connolly (DHS ’07) and her prove that statement false.
USC golf team finished 11th in the Cou- Victories over Marshfield
gar Classic in Hanahan, SC. Connolly’s (4-1), Pembroke (4-0), and
best round was an even par 72 in the third Silver Lake (7-0) have the
round…. Senior Chris Flaherty (DHS Lady Dragons sitting at 3-0
’07) was in the starting line-up for Tufts in with three tough games on tap
its 4-1 win over Endicott last Tuesday… on this week.
Junior Danielle An- Goals by Siobahn McCa-
tonellis (DHS ‘08) Savard rthy, Hannah Murphy, Briana
recorded her team-leading sixth goal, but Connolly and Molly Zaveru-
it couldn’t prevent WPI from dropping a cha backed up the shutout per-
5-3 decision to Wheaton on Saturday in formance of goaltender Sophie
Fitzpatrick for Duxbury’s first BUSY DAY AT THE OFFICE: Junior Grace Nissi had a big day last
Worcester…Junior Jordyn Krall (DHS
league win of the year against Thursday when she scored four goals in Duxbury’s 7-0 win over
’08) scored UNH’s only goal in a 3-1 loss Silver Lake.
Pembroke.
Photo by Mike Halloran
to Northeastern on Friday in Brookline..
St. Michael’s junior Tom Perekslis (DHS The offense wasn’t quite ing couldn’t have been better, as a result of season-opening
’08) finished 35th in Saturday’s Panther up to par in the first half with as Grace Nissi exploded for injuries to Cory Connolly and
Invitational at Mid- Silver Lake, as Murphy’s four goals over the final 11 Kirsten Garvey.
dlebury… Junior goal at the 24:08 mark of the minutes of the first half and After playing Hingham in
Krall
Cory Hendrickson opening period gave Duxbury Zaverucha added another tally a key Patriot League matchup
(DHS ’08) and his Colby College soccer some breathing room for a 1-0 to aid Fitzpatrick to her second yesterday, the Lady Drag-
lead. But the overall team play straight shutout. ons will travel to Scituate on
team suffered its first loss of the year in
wasn’t to Manley’s liking, so The convincing win gave Thursday to take on the Sail-
a 1-0 decision to Wesleyan on Saturday…
she called a timeout halfway the Duxbury coaching staff an ors before returning home to
Sophomore Shane DiBona (DHS ’09) and opportunity to play most of its host Bishop Fenwick at 1 p.m.
through the first half to tell her
his No. 9-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes dropped troops what she expected. players and rest the regulars on Saturday.
a 34-27 decision to Arizona after trailing The Duxbury coach’s tim- who are playing more minutes
by 20 pts. and coming back to tie… Soph-
omore defender Tristen Chin (DHS ’09)
and her Wellesley
College soccer team Antonellis
shutout Babson 0-0 in double overtime on
Lady Dragons put scare into W-H
By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor slouches even without their win much harder for Duxbury,
Saturday in Wellesley… Freshman Dan sports@duxburyclipper.com star forward. it did little to shake their con-
Sangster’s (DHS ’10) U. of Hartford soc- After two convincing wins, Duxbury’s intent was to fidence, as they retaliated later
cer team dropped a 3-0 decision to No. 19- the Duxbury girls’ soccer team shadow the dangerous Mewis on, only to see Emily Gallagh-
ranked St. Johns on Saturday on Friday in faced the iron of its schedule and let her teammates beat er’s shot hit the crossbar and
NY… Sophomore Sarah Wooley (DHS last Friday afternoon in Whit- them. The star forward did come straight down before
’09) and her Merrimack College soccer man, when they took on the manage to get off her only shot it was cleared from the goal
team knocked off No. 17-ranked AIC, 2-1, nationally-ranked Panthers in halfway through the first half, mouth.
on Saturday in North Andover to raise Patriot League action. and not surprisingly it was a After the disappointing
their record to 4-1-1…Harvard senior The Lady Dragons surely score, as it nestled in the cor- loss, the team will get back
Sangster
Kyle Harasimowicz (DHS ’07) suffered a had their share of butterflies, ner beyond the reach of goal- in action on Wednesday af-
concussion in the Crimson’s pre-season game with Dartmouth, as they prepared to face the keeper Emil Brook for what ternoon when they take on
and missed the season opener vs. Holy Cross. He is expected Panthers with National Team would prove to be the only Hingham at 4 p.m. in Patriot
back shortly. player Sam Mewis and a cast score of the game. League action
Do you have a son or daughter that plays or coaches col- of teammates who were no While it made an upset
lege sports? I want to hear about it. E-mail me your student-
athletes name and college to: sports@duxburyclipper.com. I’ll

Turf field and “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately...”
-Henry David Thoreau
track closed
The turf field and track
behind Duxbury High Live Deliberately This Autumn!
School will be closed from
Thursday, Sept. 23 through
Saturday, Sept. 25 so that
the track can be resurfaced.
No practices, games, recre-
Come Back
ational walking, etc. will be
allowed on either surface un-
To Church this Fall
til Sunday, Sept. 26.
In the event that there EXPERIENCE:
are weather issues on any
of these days, it may require
the facilities to be closed for UÊ-«ˆÀˆÌÕ>ÊEʘÌiiVÌÕ>ÊÀœÜ̅
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Volleyball car First Parish Church


wash/bake sale Unitarian Universalist
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will hold a car wash and bake
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Senior Tom Perekslis is the at the DHS parking lot. $5 a A liberal religious church serving Duxbury, Marshfield
captain of the Saint Michael’s wash and all proceeds go di-
College men’s cross-country rectly towards Duxbury girls’ & surrounding communities.
team. volleyball.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 7

DYC Labor Day tennis championships

Cheering on the players are Mae Pittinger, Todd Peters dives for a shot while
Kate Wilson and Lucy Evans. his partner Manny Weiss is ready
Steve Brustin defeated Jeff
to back him up.
Hewitt in the Senior Men’s
Singles.

Men’s Club Champion Peter Muncey defeated Ben


Fawcett in the finals.

The Mixes Doubles Championship win-


ners, Jack Kent and Amy Wilson, with
Sarah Evans defeated Becca Garrett in the finalists Wes Horton and Sarah Evans.
Ladies’ Club Championship.

Photos by
Deni
Johnson
Senior Men’s
Doubles winners
Manny Weiss
and Skip Wood
defeated Steve
Brustin and
Dave Fuchs.

Ladies’ Senior Club


Championship runner-
ups Karen Weiss and
Sandy Fleming with
winners Janie Plank and
Dee McEvoy.

The Men’s Club


Championship winners
Todd Peters and Manny
Weiss with runner-ups
Ben Fawcett and Pete
Garrett.
Ladies’ Doubles Championship runner-ups Janie Plank and
Amy Wilson with winners Sarah Evans and Dee McEvoy.
Watching the finals
are Teak, Chuck
and Emmy Lou
Hewitt. Emmy was
the Ladies Club
Champion for many
years.

The Super Senior


Ladies’ Doubles
Championship was
played by Dionne
Hearn and Nancy
Riegel, runner-ups,
against winners
Jinny Doherty and
Priscilla Munroe.
8 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

A perfect day for a Triathlon


Triathlon winner Peter Top 50 Duxbury Triathletes
Abdinoor (fifth from right) with Name Place Time Charles Rubin 129th 1:18:45
member of Team Psycho. Scott Schorer 6th 1:05:37 Steve Bullinger 138th 1:19:26
John Buckley 17th 1:08:46 Kathleen Richards142nd 1:19:31
Photos by Mike Halloran Isaac Stoner 42nd 1:12:10 Ronald Ulich 144th 1:19:38
Chris Shepler 50th 1:12:44 Michael Bonner 150th 1:20:00
Denise Buckley 55th 1:13:21 James Hill 152nd 1:20:05
Robert Kania 59th 1:13:28 Devon Kohler 153rd 1:20:06
Frank Tower 61st 1:13:34 Christine Sovik 154th 1:20:07
Jess Tucker 62nd 1:13:35 Cliff Hesson 156th 1:20:16
Steve Pollack 69th 1:14:18 Allen Walker 162nd 1:20:36
Scott Shaunessy 71st 1:14:29 Fred Boucher 163rd 1:20:44
Tom Pena 73rd 1:14:37 Jessica Erickson 171st 1:21:08
Ian Dargin 74th 1:14:39 Christopher Kullak 179th 1:21:34
Chris Sherwood 84th 1:15:23 John Sibley 188th 1:21:58
Michael Connolly 86th 1:15:33 Gregory Day 196th 1:22:35
Martin Desmery 94th 1:16:00 Anthony Floreano 197th 1:22:35
Liz
Roger Bush 98th 1:16:11 Wendy Coleman 200th 1:23:03
Cronin of
Rob Fawcett 99th 1:16:12 Davis Muller 205th 1:23:20
Middlebury,
Vt. and James Galvin 100th 1:16:20 Khalil Farhat 206th 1:23:21
sister of Ken Zimmer 101st 1:16:22 John Duffy 208th 1:23:31
Duxbury’s Kerry Rubin 104th 1:16:35 Christopher Donato 209th 1:23:33
Tom Robert Stoner 106th 1:16:47 Gregory Kirkner 210th 1:23:34
Cronin, win Jerry Hanrahan 111th 1:17:19 John Muller 216th 1:23:51
Duxbury Jimmy Coon 116th 1:17:38 Seth Chandler 217th 1:23:52
entry David Kelly 124th 1:18:18 Kevin Coghlan 222nd 1:24:01
Women’s winner Karen George Christine Hamori 127th 1:18:42 For full results see coolrunnings.com
Smyers. Johnson.

Seth Chandler and sister-in-law Allison Austin look in great shape


after their ordeal.

It was a busy day on the Powder Point Bridge.

Female entries check out what is


ahead.

The men hit the


water off Powder
Point.

A fan
encourages
her entry
as he hits
the water.
Male contestants enter the starting gate. Director Brian Noyes ran another successful event.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 9

Cheerleaders ready for another competitive season


Seniors Sam Copp, Hilary
Dudley and Colleen Brooks.
Sitting: Samantha Carney and
Catherine Drummy

Photos by
Jim Tarbox

Captains Sam Copp, Catherine Drummy and


Colleen Brooks

Flyers Kelley Mackin, Catherine Drummy and Haley Murphy.

Sam Copp, Samantha Carney, Sarah Handsman and


Kenzie Reale in action against Plymouth North.

Juniors Francesca Arana, Lauren MacDonald, Kenzie Reale


and Zoë Moriarty.

Front row: Sophomores Haley Murphy, Kelley Mackin, Samantha


Carley and Shannon Conway. Back row: Caroline Corbett, Kelsey
Davidson, freshman Sarah Hansman, Ally Bentsen-Bush and The 2010 Duxbury High School varsity cheerleading team.
Gabby Gibbs.

Caroline Corbett, Kelley Mackin, Samantha Carley, Kenzie Reale and Francesca
Arana show some attitude. Twisters Haley Murphy and Kelley Mackin flank captain Catherine Drummy.
10 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

“Ahoy, mate, them’s Treasure


Chest
Treasure
Chest
bargains ahead!” 2 Ragdoll Cats Need Home
Siblings (one male and one
female), 5 years old, beautiful
purebred Ragdoll cats need
loving home. Paid $1000 each,
giving away to wonderful home,
Please email rosfen1@yahoo.com
Rocker and Sofa
Ethan Allen Dining Set Dark walnut antique rocker with
Includes 70" x 38" table w/two arms and rush seat. Asking $100.
leaves extending 15" ea., 8 chairs Also, Camelback print sofa, rose
- two of which are captain type, and green with beige background.
pad. $500. Call 781-934-6043. Winchester Collection. (Hickory,
Besson 709 Bb Trumpet CT.) Arm sleeve covers included.
Looking to upgrade? Fine, lightly 35” deep and 72” long. Asking
used, silver instrument with $150. 781-934-2166.
Besson 7C mouthpiece and
original hard case. For Climbing the
intermediate to advanced student
or semi-professional. Hard to Career Ladder
find, genuine American-made by
After School Child Care
Kanstul. $400. Call
Responsible, trustworthy
781-934-9798.
person with car needed for after
Musical Instruments For Sale school care for 9 year old boy
Clarinet - Yamaha model 450. Tuesdays 3-6, occasional
Two years old, excellent Wednesdays and Thursdays.
condition. Asking $600 or best References required. Please
offer; Glaesel violin in good call 781-934-2444.
condition. Asking $300 or best
offer. Call 781-934-8123. Babysitter/Dog Walker
Dog Kennel and House Notre Dame HS sophomore
18'L x 16'W x 6'H chain link dog available to babysit and dog walk
kennel with custom built dog on weekends. Call 781-934-9436.
house. Asking $750 cash. Call Management of Emails
Weekend Treasure Treasure John, 774-208-1305. Executive seeks individual with
outstanding computer skills to
Scavengers Chest Chest 2 Black Tuxedos
$50 for each 100% wool tuxedo check emails daily and type
set including pants, shirt, reports to clients by email.
� Silver Fox Coat
Winter, the cold and the holidays
King Size Oak Bed Frame
with drawers. Also matching cumberbund bow tie. Large Please fax qualifications,
Barn Sale are coming! Don't wait! Surprise large oak dresser. Comes with Jones NY (34-35 shirt) and 781-934-0828.
Saturday, Sept. 25, 9-3 p.m. that special someone or spoil water waveless mattress with medium Perry Ellis (32X33 shirt).
209 Elm Street, Duxbury. Old Both have 30-32 expandable Fun Companion Needed
yourself. Size 12. Beautiful individual controls, or could also
Town canoe, furniture, smoker, waist pants with 32+ length. A fun young woman with
condition. Top quality fur coat be used with regular mattress.
household items, old tools, old Great for DHS band students. challenges needs a companion
and matching purse. Total value $500 or best offer for both.
sheet music, misc. Cash and Karen, 781-724-2283. 2-3 afternoons per week in
3000+. Make an offer. Please call 781-249-3941.
carry. Duxbury. Seeking active, positive
508-423-9719. Ethan Allen Dining Set non-smoking woman able to
Yard Sale Trumpet by Yamaha Dining table & six chairs. inspire healthy activities. (No
Sat., 9/25, 8-3. 17 Gardner Rd., Brass Yamaha trumpet. Beautiful Country French. Perfect nursing or personal care). Call
Duxbury. Furniture, household condition. With case. Barely used. condition. Moving, and cannot 781-789-0830.
accessories, childrens' items, Like new. Purchased for school take with me. Paid $3500. Freelance Web Designer
sports equipment. Rain date music program. $219 or best Asking $999. E-mail photo Freelance web designer needed to
Sun. 8-3. No early birds please. offer. 781-771-3680. available. 617-688-0785 after 4 help maintain architecture firm's
Yard Sale Sat, Sun, Sept. 25/26 Brass Bed for Sale p.m. only. Anderson Sliding Doors Web site. Please contact Jim
Attn.: Decorative Artists! Lots of Full sized brass bed. Solid brass, Piano For Sale New in cartons, 400 series. Kimball at 781-452-7121 or
new merchandise. Paints, (not brass plate). Good 1973 Kimball Console with French wood. Storm watch jkimball@phasezerodesign.com
brushes, canvasses, wood condition. Headboard, footboard, matching bench. Medium walnut protection. 5’ 11.5” wide x 6’ 7.5” Sales Associate Positions
surfaces, unfinished paintings, side rails and slats included. A wood. 41" x 58". Original owner. high. High-Eco Excel energy I am seeking career oriented
finished items, baskets. Call real bargain! Must be seen. Well maintained. $850 or B/O. performance. Pine interior, individuals to join the top real
781-834-6810. 902 Union St., Asking only $100. Call Buyer responsible for pick-up. I off-white exterior. High estate office in Duxbury.
Duxbury. 781-934-2166. am a piano teacher and have performance glass, doors only. Licensed or wanting to be?
Multi-Family Yard Sale Rattan Furniture purchased a new piano. Gina Six doors (twelve panels). Retail, Contact Dorrie Arnold, Manager,
Sun, Sept. 26, 8-11. Helen Hunt White, Ficks Reed, rattan small Pasquale, 781-934-6143. $1700/per set; asking $600/per Coldwell Banker Residential
Park, near Marshall Street loveseat, chair and coffee table set. Accessories extra. Brokerage by email
bridge, Duxbury. (GPS-across with glass top. $200. Call 781-934-7515. Dorrie.Arnold@nemoves.com
street from 152 Marshall St. 781-934-9210.
02332) Huge variety for sale. Chinese Oriental Be A Process Server
Sponsored by Standish Shore Chinese Oriental rug. Imperial Earn up to $50/hour. Serve
Improvement Assn. Rain date - Blue. 8x10. Would look stunning papers for lawyers, full or
Sun, Oct 3, 8-11. in large family room, living room, part-time from home, in your
or master bedroom. Value $1500. own business. Must be over 18
Craft Fair Bake Sale Monogram Built-In Outdoor Grill years old and have own
Asking b/o. Call to view. Beautiful GE grill still on delivery Breathtaking Antique Sofa
Join us on Saturday Sept 25 from Gorgeous! 508-747-0303. transportation. No risk-the
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Saint John's pallet. Asking $1,350 cash. Will 82" upholstered, walnut sofa. courts are busy. Call
Church 410 Washington St. Fall Rug Sale Sept. 24 - Oct. 23 deliver. 774-208-1305. Off-white damask. In perfect 617-365-2646 (24 hrs).
Duxbury. Hand made crafts, Annual tent sale. We are clearing condition. Truly exquisite.
out our warehouse. Handmade Picture does not do it justice.
homemade baked goods, snack
bar and raffle prizes. Hope to see authentic Iranian rugs of all sizes Must see. Asking $875. Please Homeward
you there. and colors at 25-75% off.
Handwashing, expert repairs on
call 781-361-5146
Vintage Wooden Phone Booth
Bound
Treasure rugs & tapestries, refringing,
reweaving & overcasting.
Great for a family room or Apartment for Rent
2 BR 2nd floor. Beautiful, sunny,
collector, includes 3 slot coin
Chest Oriental Express Iranian Oriental Kitchen Table and Chairs phone sign. $2,200. Must go! spacious apartment available. 33
Rugs, 45 Depot Street, Duxbury. Solid birch table top on 781-293-0061. Enterprise St., Duxbury. Call
Golden Retriever Pups
781-934-5100, 781-640-5100. decorative steel pewter base with 781-934-5900.
AKC Goldens by Ponderosa Pups Leather Sleep Sofa
Breeder of goldens since 1975. For Sale: 2 Twin Beds four solid birch matching chairs. El-shaped sectional sofa with
Your price, $280; Jordan’s Office Space for Rent
Announcing newest litter, Life of One night stand, $50; formal queen-sized fold out bed. In Duxbury, Millbrook area. Second
Riley. Seven males, three upholstered sofa, love seat, wing Furniture price, $1150. Good excellent condition. Beige. $950.
shape. Emailed photo available floor, 300 sq. ft. Call
females. $1200. 781-545-1096. chair, $300. Please call Call 339-832-2711. 781-934-0809.
(Scituate). 781-582-2114. upon request. Call 617-875-1990.

Place your order: 781-934-2811


Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Duxbury Clipper 11

Homeward At Your At Your


Bound
FROM SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY... Service Service
Bay Farm Townhouse Rental Arborist Professional Pool Closings
Master bedroom and second Tree pruning and removal. Over 15 years experience. $189
bedroom, each with full bath on 20 years experience, UMass includes antifreeze. Call John
top floor; eat-in kitchen, living degrees in Arboriculture & Urban McSherry, John’s Pool Service,
room with dining ell and Forestry. Free estimates. Call 339-793-1539.
hardwood floors, powder room, Steve at 781-733-0429.
deck with seasonal views of Fall Music Lessons
Senior Sidekick
Duxbury Bay on main floor; Guitar/Bass/Voice/Piano.
Companion to Seniors. Will
walk-out recreation room on Offered by long-time
transport and accompany to
lower floor; great storage space; professional musician/full-time
appointments, run errands,
all appliances including W/D; F/P; bandleader with Bachelor of
medication reminders, laundry,
central air; one-car garage. Music; former teacher at South
lunch, exercise. Call Carol
Tennis court, pool, and exercise Shore Conservatory. Beginners
781-829-0717.
room use included. No pets. and experienced players of
$2400/month covers all condo Hydroseeding
New lawn installation. Premium other instruments welcome.
fees. Utilities not included. Play songs, learn
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price. Schedule now for fall. Also, improvisation, ear-training, and
or lynne.devnew@gmail.com. reading music in Duxbury
general excavation work and Title
Duxbury 3 BR Cape $469,000 village location. Call Mark,
V septic systems. Fox Run
Built in 2000 this 3BD/1.5BA 781-934-7716. E-mail:
Excavation & Hydroseed,
Cape combines Pottery Barn mark@calypsohurricane.com
781-934-7171.
charm w/ South Shore class.
Features include Custom Audio
theatre system, granite
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Experienced math tutor will
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Windsor Hill winter season A pair of full-time firefighters,
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room w/fireplace, dining area, professionally clean windows,
spacious kitchen, 2nd floor Bound Bound � storms, screens, and sills $5.
master BR and second BR, Landscape Construction and up. Free estimates. French
Beautiful 3 BR Florida Condo For Sale By Owner
bathroom each floor, deck S.P.M. Enterprises offers Connection Window Cleaning
Stuart, FL in Hutchinson Island Private end unit at beautiful Merry
w/picturesque mountain view. landscape construction including Co. Chris 781-826-0958.
complex. Available Village. Three levels of luxury
Close to ski areas, town square, living, 2BR/2.5 bath includes stone walls, walkways, patios,
skating rink, fitness center. Bright Thanksgiving, Christmas, Jan., Painting Etc.
office, family room, living room, ponds, and more. Fully insured
and cheerful end unit with Feb., and March two or four $300 off Exterior Painting of
granite kitchen w/dining area and and free estimates. 10% off with
parking at your doorstep. $7500 week increments, $2000/ any job $1000 or more.
first-floor master suite. Trek deck this ad. Call Shawn,
plus utilities. No pets/smoking. 2-week period. Beach, inland Specializing in interior/exterior
and farmers porch. Low condo 781-264-5595.
Waterville Valley Realty, waterway, pool, tennis within painting, power washing,
fees. 781-799-5384. Private In Home Care
1-888-987-8333. short walk. Sidney and Jim gutters, carpentry, dump runs,
Over 15 years experience.
McClure, 781-934-2141 or Ann Duxbury House for Rent and window washing. Free
Southern Island Paradise Compassionate and caring CNA
and Mike Wyatt, 781-934-5098. Walk to beach, 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 estimates, best prices
Experience private island will assist you with all your home
bath, fireplace, deck, fenced guaranteed. Fast and reliable
vacationing on beautiful Kiawah and health care needs. Excellent
NH Vacation Rental backyard, gas heat, central air, service. Please call Mike,
Island, SC. A spectacular beach, references. Local. 617-462-3503.
Four season, five bedroom home, washer/dryer, currently furnished. 781-789-3612.
5 championship golf courses, 2 close to ski areas, indoor/outdoor Tasks for Tuition
Year-round $1,500/month. Call Firewood (Oak and Maple)
tennis villages, fine dining and pools, hot tubs, fitness room, Clean-ups, yard or home.
for seasonable rate. No Pets. 16-18” cut/split. 128 cu. ft.
more...2 BR condo with lake, tennis, basketball, game Dump runs. Small con-
Available Oct. 1. Call Partially seasoned, $235; Fully
picturesque views of lake and room, fully equipped. struction / destruction.
781-834-8698. seasoned, $275. Free delivery.
island wildlife. Across the street 781-837-5840 or e-mail Father/son team. Call
from the beach. Available year House For Rental Call Greg Fairbanks,
pvtod@aol.com. 781-447-7214, ask for
round by calling 781-585-6203 or Beautiful 4 BR cape in Village on 781-585-6923.
Apartment for Rent Michael or leave a message.
781-331-5654. cul-de-sac. Part furnished, W/D.
Spacious, 1 bedroom apartment Perfect family house with Child Care Currently Enrolling Flute Lessons
Hall’s Corner on Tremont St. in Duxbury. Loving, caring, experienced Private flute lessons at my
Victorian 1 BR cottage. First floor beautiful yard, gourmet kitchen.
Washer/dryer, like new carpets, $3000/month plus utilities. Call family child care currently has Duxbury studio near schools.
4 room apt., laundry, fireplace. 3 fresh paint. Great location. openings available. Located on 45 minute lessons by
BR apt., includes laundry and 781-934-8738.
Available Oct. 1. $950/month plus the Duxbury/Marshfield border. experienced flute teacher with
heat. Short or long term. Call
781-934-0744.
utilities. Call Eric, 781-319-0800
ext. 205. At Your Near Pembroke,
Spectacular
as
references.
well.
For
music degree, 12 years
professional orchestral
Home for Rent
9 rooms 4 BR, 3 BA home close
Duxbury House For Rent Service further info, please call Linda playing. Good rates.
References available. Call
Cozy 2 BR home near shopping. 781-834-3721.
to Rt. 3 and schools. One year Available immediately. One year Seasoned Firewood Michael’s Windows & Gutter Susan Fontaine, cell,
lease incluces lawn, plowing. lease. $1595/mo. plus utilities. Cut and split 14”-16” lengths. Cleaning 339-933-9510
$3000 + utilities per month. Call 781-589-6071. Buy an order of seasoned A local service. Windows start at scfonta@gmail.com
508-457-6050. firewood now, you’re $5 each. Also, repair loose and
Duxbury Suite Available automatically entered into Need Help With Computers?
Plymouth Center 2 BR A charming apartment in a leaking gutters, and can install
Spacious apartment, short walk raffle to win a free cord of gutter screens. Also, repair Get expert computer help and
country estate. Private entrance, seasoned firewood, cut and advice. Microsoft Certified
to harbor. First floor, gas utilities, beautiful living room overlooking window and door screens. (A
hardwood floors, off-street split. Proceeds go to great gift idea!) I answer my Small Business Specialist and
pool and gardens, kitchen, Marshfield Community QuickBooks Pro Advisor in
parking, washer/dryer, and trash bedroom and bath, traditional phone. Cell 508-523-9927.
removal. $1150 plus utilities. Christmas. Call Nessralla’s Duxbury. Why pay more for
furnishings. Winter rates, short or Farms in Marshfield, Piano Lessons geeks? Call Will Zachmann at
First, last and security. No dogs. long term. Flat screen TV, patio, Experienced teacher has limited
508-224-3929. 781-834-2833, or visit 781-934-9800.
pool, grill use. Sandy, www.nessrallas.com. openings for piano/organ
Whitman Apartment 781-934-7515. instruction. All ages. Frequent
Newly painted and updated Have Truck
Winter / Year-Round Oceanfront piano parties and recital
Patio & Walkway Restoration College students have truck and
modern 2 bedroom, 2nd floor Adorable, furnished cottage on opportunities. Founding member
If you have a weedy, sunken will help move or dispose of
apt. Large yard, off street parking. Duxbury beach. 1 BR, pullout of South Shore Music Teachers
patio/walkway, I can make it household items. Need help
Owner occupied. Lots of storage. sofa, and loft that sleeps 2. Assoc. Studios - 404 Washington
look new! By powerwashing, cleaning out basement, attic,
Deleaded. Heat and hot water Oceanfront deck, screened-in St., Duxbury. 781-934-6591, ex.
lifting sunken areas and garage, bedroom? How about
included. Available immediately. porch, utilities included. Parking 104 or 508-746-4726. Cathleen T.
poly-sanding, I can bring your dump runs, stacking wood,
$1000. No dogs. 781-447-4602. for 2. No pets/smoking. Off Morrison.
patio/walkway back to “like cleaning yard or interior
First month 1/2 price. Please season - Oct 1-May 2011 @ Boost Your Test Scores
new” condition. Call Jonathan painting? Call Shawn,
leave message. $1,500/month, or year-round Raise your critical reading,
Hopfgarten, 781-706-7031. 339-933-0804, 781-934-9449.
Duxbury Rental beginning Oct 1 - $2100/month. writing and math scores with
Stroll to the town landing, John, 774-208-1305 Got Rot? one to one tutoring. A Couple of Cleaners
Maritime School and shops from Repair or replace rotted trim Individualized classes focus on Residential, commercial and
Duxbury House For Rent around your house. Window sills, sharpening each student's one-time cleaning. Experienced,
this charming 5 BR village Cape. Antique farmhouse. 3/4 BR, 2
$3900/month, ten month lease. corner boards, facia boards, sills, battery of skills and improving thorough and dependable. Free
bath. First floor laundry room, deckboards, replacement or overall SAT/HSPT/ISEE scores. estimates, excellent references.
Call Mike Caslin, William Raveis sunroom, large yard, deck.
Real Estate, for details, restoration. Large or small jobs. For more information, call Call SueAnn or David,
781-264-2039. Call Ken, 781-585-7541. 781-258-7115. 781-582-2167.
781-864-5553.
12 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, September 22, 2010

At Your At Your At Your At Your Planes, Train


Service Service Service Service & Automobiles
Cleaning J. Foley Roofing Co. The Paint Saint Cleaning - Home or Office
Off Hours Management Cleaning More than 20 years roofing Professional interior/exterior Three years experience,
Service, Inc. Specializing in experience, specializing in painting, gutter cleaning, power references available, free
commercial cleaning. Residential shingle, slate, rolled roofing, washing and window washing. estimates. I do windows. Call
cleaning also available. Free rubber roofing. Residential and Best prices and service always 508-840-6131
onsite estimates. References commercial. Good prices, with a smile. Will paint your
available. Call 781-837-4042. starting at $4,000; repairs home like it was our own. Call Professional Window Cleaning
Expert Stump Grinding starting at $50. Free estimates. Andrew for your free estimate. Prices start at $2.00 We are fully
40 years experience. 12” below Call 781-733-2156. Get a roof 781-264-3628. insured. No job too big or small. ‘06 Rockwood Freedom Camper
grade. Stump cutting specialist. before winter damage. 10% off when you mention this Excellent condition, well cared
Free estimates. Call Bob Reardon Bettencourt’s Walls & Ceilings ad. Please call for free estimate. for, winterized and covered.
at 781-826-4774 or cell phone Absolute Removal Painting, drywall finishing, Mike 781-789-3612 Refrigerator, heater, king-queen
617-694-7233. Large or small cleanouts of sheet-rocking, water damage, pullout, electric brakes. Great
Rute Cleaner
Piano Lessons basements, attics, sheds, yards. wallpaper stripping. Specializing price at $5700, am negotiable.
Many years of experience with
All ages and levels, beginners Small construction sites. Storage in interior work. Skim coating Call 781-293-3219.
excellent references.
through advanced. Private units. We do the work or you can over horse hair plaster and
Specializing in house and office
instruction with enthusiastic, make a pile and we’ll take it away. textured ceilings a specialty. 25
cleaning. Call anytime for free
experienced teacher. Variety of Fast reliable service seven years experience. Call Steve,
estimate. Fully insured. Speak
styles (classical, jazz, pop and days/week. Free estimates. 508-833-0546 or 617-922-0944
with Humberto, 508-732-0182
more). Enrichment activities 781-588-4036. South Shore. (cell).
or 774-454-4982.
and performance opportunities Window And Gutter Cleaning Elder/Kinder/Animal Care
throughout the year. A few Let local firefighters brighten your Excellent references. Call Terri, Wallpapering/Interior Painting
openings left for fall semester. day! Residential and storefront. 781-837-8467. Ceiling, walls, woodwork, drywall 2004 Pursuit 2270
Ellen Everett, 781-293-5857 Pressure washing - house, patio, Best Screened Loam repairs, touch-ups, cleanouts Center console. Low hours,
deck, etc. Free gutter cleaning I have the best loam money can done at low, reasonable prices. T-Top, 225 Yamaha 4-stroke,
Removal with every full house window job. buy. Call to schedule delivery Free estimates. Call Debbie, color fishfinder, GPS, live bait
Nasty vines, sheds, boats, Reasonable rates. References time and for pricing. Ask for 781-585-8043. well, brand new aluminum
stumps, brush, pools, brick and available. Fully insured. Keith Jason, 781-424-6305. Venture tandem trailer with disc
rubble, appliances, swing sets.
Insured men promptly removing
McWalter. 781-340-5183 or
cell-781-690-2000. Lawn Mowing Planes, Train brakes. $34,900. Call George,
781-603-5640.
junque. Many years of local Snowbirds To Florida
Thursday and Friday availability
for lawn mowing. Have your lawn & Automobiles
service. Call Chuck T., South Shore based company mowed by a professional. Every
781-424-8844. providing auto transport service cut includes edging, weed
House Cleaning Service to Florida and nationwide. Great whacking, and a clean driveway.
I will clean your home, office or rates and reliable, safe Book now for Fall cleanups. Call
business. References available. door-to-door transport. Call Shawn, 781-264-5595. S.P.M.
Three years experience. Please DWO Auto Transport Services, Enterprises.
call Ondina Ana Cleto, 954-648-3677. Mention ad for
508-747-5121 or $25 discount. Expert Tutor '97 Saturn SL1
774-269-1729. Fall and winter SAT/PSAT ‘92 Bronco XLT 4 door, brown, 81,000 miles.
Plantation Shutters and Blinds preparation: individual and/or 4 x 4 with 4” lift kit and 35” Approx. 35mpg. Automatic, A/C,
Handyman Services small group study and practice bucket seats, center console,
Hunter Douglas blinds and wheels. Engine and trans recently
Big jobs, small jobs, odd jobs. for reading comprehension, power-steering, AM/FM radio,
shutters. Specializing in rebuilt. Originally from Virginia,
Experienced in carpentry, critical thinking, and persuasive CD. Safe car for student, cheap to
plantation shutters in real no rust. Auto trans, all power
painting, electric, and plumbing. essay writing skills maintain. All maintenance checks
wood, composite, and vinyl. equipment. 781-934-6948.
Powerwashing. Install windows, development. Also, MCAS, ACT, done, tires replaced at 70,000
Free in-home consultation, free
doors, new decks. Storm doors, AP History and college essay 2002 Wrangler miles. $3200. Call Karen,
installation. Call for in-home
deck and home repairs. Dump preparation. Call Maurice B. Good condition inside and out. 781-724-2283.
quote. We offer lowest prices
runs. Positive attitude, easy to Conway, Ph.D, 781-834-8790. Runs great. 132K Mi. New top,
on shutters/blinds.
talk to. Call Rick Shea. battery and tires. $6,195 or best
781-985-5480 Tutoring/Homework Help
774-454-7548, 508-224-9036. offer. Call 617-688-7135.
Frugalblindsandshutters.com Tutoring/homework help available
Gutter and Yard Cleanup
We specialize in raking and from experienced, licensed
Piano Tuning teacher in a Master's Degree
removing leaves, small trees, Martin Snow, RPT, Craftsman
branches and yard debris. Any program. Willing to discuss rates.
Member Piano Technicians Guild, Tutoring in math, reading, social
and all junk removed, inside and plus complete piano rebuilding
out. We also clean gutters, install studies, science, study skills. Call
service, sales. 781-837-6531. Courtney at 781-934-1593.
gutter guards, and wash 1996 VW Jetta
www.martinsnowpianos.com.
windows. Please call Mike at 1996 Volkswagen Jetta, Manual,
Just Small Jobs Landscape Construction Starter Boat, Motor, Trailer AC, Sun Roof, Thule ski racks.
781-789-3612. Small scale design and
Skilled craftsman solves your 'Crestliner' 14' aluminum open Only 128K miles. Great around
Junk Busters construction specializing in
repair needs. Call Jim at (339) runabout with 15HP electric start town car. $2,500. Call
Junk removal, specializing in walls, walkways, patios and
832-0244. Suzuki and a Venture trailer. All in 508-488-0135.
cleanouts of basements, garages, plantings. One man operation excellent condition. All extras
attics, yard debris, odds and Cleaning Service to make sure the job is done including anchor, lines, oars etc.
ends. We also specialize in If you’re looking for someone right the first time, every time. $3500. Call 781-934-1332.
carpentry, painting, gutter work, who has ten years of experience, Young, reliable, experienced
and window washing. Best and is competent to clean you and fast. Call Jonathan
prices, free estimates. Please call house, apartment or business, Hopfgarten, 781-706-7031.
or leave a message for Mike, don’t wait any longer. Call
781-789-3612. 857-366-3071. Sewing For Your Home
Custom Halloween costumes.
PHILLIPS Former Boston Costume
designer is now available to
sew your window treatments,
2006 Mini Cooper S Convertible
2002 Hitchhiker 5th Wheel
TREE & CONSTRUCTION home furnishings and
Excellent condition, 44,200 miles,
6-speed manual, traction control, 31.5’ long, 3 slides, glide ride
TREE REMOVAL SEPTIC SYSTEM alterations at rates you can leather interior, dual front and hitch, new tires, new water
afford. Call Hilary to discuss side airbags, alloy wheels, ABS, heater, rebuilt furnace.
Pruning & Trimming Repair & Installation your project. 617-869-6499 or Propane/electric refrigerator and
cruise control, run flat tires, rear
Hazardous Removals Title V Cert. Septic visit www.h2sew.org parking sensors, 4 new tires, heater. Queen-size bed
Vista & Land Clearing Inspector Minimal winter use. Garaged. w/upgraded matteress. Double
Stump Grinding & New Design Piano/Keyboard Lessons $17,250. 781-424-1102. sleeper sofa. TV and stereo
Removals Backhoe & Perc Test Children and adults. 20+ years system. Desk station set up for
Aerial Work Demolition & Grading experience. BA Music. Classical computer. Storage inside and
or pop. Music theory, sight out. Excellent condition, asking
Christopher Phillips • 781-934-7255 reading, ear training. Great $19,999. 617-538-2113.
foundation for other
instruments or just for fun. Grady White 208 20’ Wanted
lindarobinson15@comcast.net Looking for a GW 208 (1998
or call 781-789-6140. model year or newer). A trailer
would be a plus. If you or
Boston Whaler
Pet Sitter Available someone you know would
1988 17’ Montauk in great
Duxbury resident available to pet consider selling one or
condition. 100 HP engine.
sit weekends and after 5 during something very similar please
Moored in Duxbury Bay, available
the week. $15/half hour. Please call Greg at 781-589-6073 or
for a test drive anytime. $9800 or
call Marie, 617-827-1667. email gtmail2000@aol.com
best offer. Call 781-964-6770.
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& Automobiles & Automobiles & Automobiles Under the Sun Notices
� TOWN OF
Found: Audi Key/Remote
DUXBURY
Audi key/remote found in the BOARD OF
town woods. Please contact APPEALS
Michelle at 781-934-7536 if you
think it is yours.
16’ Wahoo
16' Crestliner NOTICE OF
16' Crestliner Angler Aluminum Halmatic 8.80 Motor Sailer Center console style. Tri-hull.
50HP Honda with trailer. 1997
Legal PUBLIC HEARING
You could buy a new 14’
boat with live well, custom
canvas cover, custom trailer, 9.9 outboard or, for the same price, vintage, but used very little.
$6700 or best offer,
Notices
my motor sailer which sleeps 5 in
hp, 4-stroke Honda electric start
full-length berths. Recently rebuilt 781-934-5568. COMMONWEALTH The Board of Appeals will
motor, additional electric trolling hold a public hearing in the
motor, ship to shore radio, 40HP diesel engine, 3 sails, OF
shallow draft. Galley, head, Mural Room at Town Hall,
lawrance fish finder, 3 life jackets,
equipped. Ideal for local waters.
MASSACHUSETTS 878 Tremont Street on
3 anchors. $7400 or bo. Call
$19,950. 781-934-2132. September 30, 2010 at 7:30
781-934-2349.
LAND COURT p.m. to consider the
application of Michael
2004 GMC Yukon SLT
Bednarz, for a variance and
Fully loaded, 6-disc CD player,
DEPARTMENT OF special permit under
rear seat DVD entertainment THE TRIAL COURT Article(s) 410 and 906,
system, heated leather seats, Section(s) 410.4 and 906.3 of
power driver and passenger seat, Case No. 10 MISC 432789 the Duxbury Protective
third row seat, power moon, roof To: Bylaw. The property is
2000 Jeep Wrangler 4.0L luggage rack, power mirrors, located at 520 Elm Street,
Thomas S. Eisendtadt
Green, 5 speed, 4 tops, tow pkg. premium wheels, 4 wheel drive. Deirdre C. Eisenstadt Parcel No. 110-040-000 of
183K miles, new engine has 15K Only 50K miles. $18,500. Call
2000 Duxbury Duck miles. 3yr/100K mile warranty, all and to all persons entitled the Duxbury Assessors Map,
781-826-4075. consists of 27,878 sq. ft., in
18' Centerboard Sloop known for service records available. New to the benefit of the
her classic lines and shallow clutch in 08' and many new Servicemembers Civil Relief the Residential Compatibility
draft. Lies on flat mooring. Family parts.. if it’s needed it, we’ve Act: The Bank of New York and is owned by Michael J.
daysailer with expanded cockpit done it. Asking $9,800. Mellon Trust Company, N.A., Bednarz, 520 Elm Street,
seats 6-8. Easy to sail, 774-454-8579. as trustee for ChaseFlex Trust Duxbury, MA 02332. The
self-tending jib. Sold with sail Series 2007-Ml claiming to be applicant proposes to
covers, motor mount. Excellent the holder of mortgage construct an 11’6’ x 14’
condition, $12,000. Call accessory building within the
Rose/Steve 781-934-5342.
covering real property in
Duxbury, numbered 189 25’ front setback. An
Surplus Street given by extension of a pre-existing,
Nonsuch 26 Catboat Deirdre C. Eisenstadt and non-conforming structure
Fully equipped for cruising. Thomas S. Eisendtadt to requires a variance and
Standing head room, 4+ berths, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. special permit. The Board
private head, hot/cold water, oven dated May 11, 2007, anticipates that the following
36’ Sabre “Spartina” with range, diesel, 2 sails, Recorded with the Plymouth topics will be discussed at the
1986. Excellent condition, fully dodger, wheel w/auto helm, shoal County Registry of Deeds at hearing:
equipped. Great boat for cruising draft Scheel keel, fiberglass hull 1) Whether the proposed
2005 Acura Only 15,000 Miles
couple or family. Roller furling w/ teak and stainless rubrail,
Book 34569, Page 35, and
Meticulously maintained, Florida now held by plaintiff by project substantially increases
main and genoa. Full electronics Datamarine speed/depth, boat
car, one owner, all the extras, assignment has filed with said the non-conforming nature of
(radar, GPS chart plotter, stands. $32,500. 781-293-6661.
luxury package, leather heated court a complaint for the setback encroachment.
autopilot...) power windlass,
seats, moonroof, AC, steering authority to foreclose said 2) Whether the proposed
ESPAR hot air heating system
wheel controls, 6-CD changer, project is substantially more
etc. Price drastically reduced, mortgage in the manner
AM/FM cassette, front and side
$59,000. 781-934-6730. following: by entry and detrimental to the
airbags, alloy wheels, ABS.
Lowered to unbelievable $19,500. possession and exercise of neighborhood.
Call 781-447-7890. power of sale. If you are 3) Whether the proposed
entitled to the benefits of the project otherwise complies
2005 Mazda Tribute Servicemembers Civil Relief with the bylaw.
Tan. All-wheel drive, automatic, Act and you object to such The application may be
CD player, power windows and foreclosure you or your viewed in the Inspectional
sunroof. 45,000 miles. Great attorney should file a written Services Department between
condition. $12,500. Call appearance and answer in said the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
4 Sail $2,950 B/O 781-934-0885. court at Boston on or before 1:00 p.m., or by appointment.
1988 Hunter 23 - $2,950 Best September 18, 2010 or you Any person wishing to
Shaw 24’ Classic Yawl Offer. Boat in Duxbury Bay. may be forever barred from comment on the applicant’s
Built 1961 Jensen in Denmark. Nissan 8.9 outboard; three sails;
Midget ocean/racing cruiser. claiming that such foreclosure proposal should appear at the
boat stands. Affordable Sailing!
Mahogany, oak, sitka, teak, is invalid under said act. public hearing at the time and
Sail for season! Call Kevin,
double planked mahogany. Teak 617-620-9479 or Ron, Witness, KARYN F. place noted above. Written
centerboard, bronze centerboard 781-724-1270. SCHEIER Chief Justice of comments may be submitted
trunk, 1500 lb. slotted lead keel. 18' Marshall Sanderling Catboat said Court on September 01, to the Board of Appeals, 878
Accomodations: four berths, Herreshoff 15 Sailboat Tremont Street, Duxbury,
1974 catboat; 6 HP Yamaha 2010
galley, head. $6000. An original 1922 24’5” Herreshoff
outboard, 1994 trailer included; Attest: Deborah J. MA 02332 no later than 7:30
508-747-1235. 15 (Watch Hill Class), fully
both trailer and boat updated; restored. New mast and all new Patterson, Recorder p.m. on September 30, 2010.
Presently on mooring In Duxbury; running and standing rigging. (310.6700)(9/22/2010) Any individual with a
$11,000. Call 781-934-6417 New racing sails. All spring paint
and varnishing completed and set
to go for the summer. A steal at
$16,000. Call 401-596-7701.

2006 Mazda Miata


MX5. Silver with black top,
5-speed manual, A/C, 16,000
miles. Superb condition. $14,500. 99 Seaswirl 23 Walkaround
Call Ed, 508-947-8662. 99 200HP Ocean Pro + 04 trailer.
Low hours. GPS, VHS,
25' O'Day Sailboat depthfinder, sink, stove, potty. 2007 Honda Civic LX
1978 25 ft. O'Day sailboat. Full enclosure. New plugs, $13,750 Gray, manual 5 speed,
Excellent centerboard bay boat thermostats, water pump, 4dr, only 38k miles, CD player
sleeps 5, newer genoa and jib, batteries. Many extras. Very good with MP3 hook up/built in
new stays and antenna wiring, condition. On Duxbury mooring. Navigation screen, rear spoiler,
9.8 hp motor, ready to sail. Can Ready to go. $22,900. power windows and power moon
be moored on flats, asking 781-585-8886. roof, great on gas! Call
$4950. Call 791-934-9189. 781-223-4274.
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disability may request said act. Bradford W. Chandler and Sale and/or the terms of the and for the purpose of
accommodation in order to Witness, Karyn F. Scheier Joanne V. Chandler, husband Memorandum of Sale foreclosing same will be sold
participate in the public Chief Justice of said Court and wife, as tenants by the executed at the time of at Public Auction at 01:00
hearing and may request the this 2nd day of September, entirety by Deed from James foreclosure, the Mortgagee PM on September 30, 2010
application and any 2010 R. Ahern and Jan N. Ahern, reserves the right to sell the at 119 Kingstown Way,
accompanying materials in an Attest: husband and wife recorded property by foreclosure deed Duxbury, MA, all and
accessible format. Request Deborah J. Patterson 07/19/1988 in Deed Book to the second highest bidder, singular the premises
for accommodation to Recorder 8591 Page 021, in the providing that said second described in said Mortgage, to
participate in the public (484.1195 /Dormady) Registry of Deeds Plan for highest bidder shall deposit wit: The land In Duxbury,
hearing must be made at least (09-22-10)(256921) Plymouth County, with the Mortgagee's Plymouth County,
three working days in Massachusetts. attorneys, DOONAN, Massachusetts, bounded and
advance by contacting NOTICE OF Subject to and with the GRAVES, & LONGORIA described as follows: A
Danielle Brandon at (781) MORTGAGEE'S benefit of easements, L.L.C., 100 Cummings certain Lot of Land together
934-1100, ext. 122. SALE OF reservation, restrictions, and Center, Suite 225D, Beverly, With the buildings thereon,
taking of record, if any, Massachusetts, 01915, the situated on the Easterly side
Dennis A. Murphy, Chair
REAL ESTATE amount of the required of Kingstown Way, shown on
insofar as the same are now in
Board of Appeals force and applicable. deposit as set forth herein a plan hereinafter mentioned
Adv: 9/15/10-9/22/10 By virtue and in execution within three (3) business days as King's Town Way, In said
In the event of any
Case # 10-17 of the Power of Sale after written notice of the Duxbury, and being shown as
typographical error set forth
contained in a certain default of the previous highest Lot 8, on a plan entitled, Part
COMMONWEALTH herein in the legal description
mortgage given by Bradford bidder and title shall be of Pilgrim Park. Estates In
of the premises, the
OF W. Chandler and Joanne V.
description as set forth and conveyed to the said second Duxbury, Mass., belonging to
Chandler to Mortgage
MASSACHUSETTS Electronic Registration
contained in the mortgage highest bidder within thirty George L Govoni and
shall control by reference. (30) days of said written Lawrence F. Govoni. Scale 1
Systems, Inc., as nominee for notice. It equals 50 feet, dated
This property has the
LAND COURT NovaStar Mortgage, Inc.
address of 2 Clinton Lane, If the second highest September 23,1963, John F.
dated July 26, 2006, recorded bidder declines to purchase Caufield, Surveyor'".
Duxbury, MA, 02332.
with the Plymouth County the within described property, recorded In Plymouth County
DEPARTMENT OF Registry of Deeds in Book
Together with all the
improvements now or the Mortgagee reserves the Registry of Deeds In Plan
THE 33189, Page 114 of which right to purchase the within Book 13, Page 23. said Lot
hereafter erected on the
TRIAL COURT mortgage the undersigned is
property and all easements, described property at the being more particularly
the present holder for breach amount bid by the second bounded and described as
rights, appurtenances, rents,
(SEAL) of conditions of said highest bidder. follows: Westerly by King's
royalties, mineral, oil and gas
Case No. 10 MISC 433181 mortgage and for the purpose The foreclosure deed and Town Way, 200.00 feet;
rights and profits, water rights
To: of foreclosing the same will the consideration paid by the Northeasterly by Lot 10. as
and stock and all fixtures now
Timothy Dormady be sold at PUBLIC successful bidder shall be shown on said plan, 302.72
or hereafter a part of the
and to all persons entitled AUCTION at 03:00 PM on held in escrow by DOONAN, feet; Southeasterly by Lol9,
property. All replacements
to the benefit of the October 19, 2010, on the GRAVES, & LONGORIA as shown on said plan, 150.00
and additions shall also be
Servicemembers Civil Relief mortgaged premises. The L.L.C., (hereinafter called the feet; and Southerly by Lot 7,
covered by this sale.
Act: Sovereign Bank claiming entire mortgaged premises, all "Escrow Agent") until the as shown on said plan. 255.00
Terms of Sale: Said
to be the holder of mortgage and singular, the premises as deed shall be released from feet. For Title Deed reference
premises will be sold subject
covering real property in described in said mortgage: escrow to the successful Book 4685, Page 20. The
to any and all unpaid taxes
Duxbury, numbered 197 East A certain parcel of land on bidder at the same time as the premises are to be sold
and assessments, tax sales, tax
Street given by Timothy the northerly side of Clinton consideration is released to subject to and with the benefit
titles and other municipal
Dormady and Samantha Lane, Duxbury, Plymouth the Mortgagee, thirty (30) of all easements, restrictions,
liens and water or sewer liens
Dormady w/s/a Samantha L. County, Massachusetts, being days after the date of sale, building and zoning laws,
and State or County transfer
Dormady to Sovereign Bank, shown as Lot 63 on a plan whereupon all obligations of unpaid taxes, tax titles, water
fees, if any there are, and
dated August 2, 2005, entitled “Clearwater Brook the Escrow Agent shall be bills, municipal liens and
TEN THOUSAND
Recorded with the Plymouth Estates Section II Duxbury, deemed to have been properly assessments, rights of tenants
DOLLARS ($10,000.00) in
County Registry of Deeds at Mass.” dated February 18, fulfilled and the Escrow and parties in possession.
cashier's or certified check
Book 31097, Page 70, and 1972, revised January 26, Agent shall be discharged. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit
will be required to be paid by
now held by plaintiff by 1973, and recorded in Plan Other terms to be of FIVE THOUSAND
the purchaser at the time and
assignment has filed with said Book 17, pp. 467-469 as Plan announced at the sale. DOLLARS AND 00 CENTS
place of the sale as a deposit
court a complaint for No. 832 of 1973, Plymouth Dated: September 14, ($5,000.00) in the form of a
and the balance in cashier's or
authority to foreclose said County Registry of Deeds. 2010, Deutsche Bank certified check or bank
certified check will be due in
mortgage in the manner Said Lot 63 contains 40,172 National Trust Company, as treasurer’s check will be
thirty (30) days, at the offices
following: by entry and square feet, according to said Trustee for NovaStar required to be delivered at or
of Doonan, Graves &
possession and exercise of plan, said premises shall be Mortgage Funding Trust, before the time the bid is
Longoria, LLC, 100
power of sale. If you are known and numbered as 2 Series 2006-4, By: Reneau offered. The successful
Cummings Center, Suite
entitled to the benefits of the Clinton Lane. This Longoria. Esq., DOONAN, bidder will be required to
225D, Beverly, MA 01915,
Servicemembers Civil Relief conveyance is made subject to GRAVES, & LONGORIA execute a Foreclosure Sale
time being of the essence.
Act and you object to such and with the benefit of; 1. LLC, 100 Cummings Center, Agreement immediately after
The Mortgagee reserves
foreclosure you or your Real estate taxes for Fiscal Suite 225D, Beverly, MA the close of the bidding. The
the right to postpone the sale
attorney should file a written Year 1989 are a lion but not 01915, 978-921-2670, balance of the purchase price
to a later date by public
appearance and answer in said yet due and payable. 2. All www.dgandl.com shall be paid within thirty
proclamation at the time and
court at Boston on or before easements, restrictions and (3802.11 /Chandler) (30) days from the sale date in
date appointed for the sale
the 18th day of October, 2010 other matters of record to the (09-22-10, 09-29-10, the form of a certified check,
and to further postpone at any
or you may be forever barred extent the same are in force 10-06-10)(257093) bank treasurer’s check or
adjourned sale-date by public
from claiming that such and applicable. Being the other check satisfactory to
proclamation at the time and
foreclosure is invalid under same property conveyed to
date appointed for the MORTGAGEE’S Mortgagee’s attorney. The
adjourned sale date. NOTICE OF SALE Mortgagee reserves the right
to bid at the sale, to reject any
The premises is to be sold OF REAL ESTATE and all bids, to continue the
subject to and with the benefit
of all easements, restrictions, sale and to amend the terms
By virtue and in execution of the sale by written or oral
leases, tenancies, and rights of of the Power of Sale
possession, building and announcement made before or
contained in a certain during the foreclosure sale. If
zoning laws, encumbrances, Mortgage given by Michael
condominium liens, if any the sale is set aside for any
Leo Dormady and Patricia reason, the Purchaser at the
and all other claim in the C. Dormady to Sovereign
nature of liens, if any there sale shall be entitled only to a
Bank, dated August 31, 2005 return of the deposit paid.
be. and recorded with the
In the event that the The purchaser shall have no
Plymouth County Registry of further recourse against the
successful bidder at the Deeds at Book 31280, Page
foreclosure sale shall default Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or
98 of which the Mortgage the the Mortgagee’s attor
in purchasing the within undersigned is the present
described property according ney. The description of the
holder for breach of the premises contained in said
Call Now Toll Free Pager: 508.866.6860 to the terms of this Notice of conditions of said Mortgage mortgage shall control in the
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event of an error in this Road, Plympton. Option One Mortgage 1992, in Book 10822, Page terms; (iii) subject to and with
publication. TIME WILL Massachusetts" said plan Corporation, dated May 12, 179, as amended by the benefit of all easements,
BE OF THE ESSENCE. recorded with Plymouth 2006 and recorded at Amendment to Declaration of restrictions, agreements and
Other terms if any, to be County Registry of Deeds as Plymouth County Registry of Trust of Millbrook Square other matters of record
announced at the sale. Plan 718 of 1994 in Plan Deeds in Book 32674, Page Management Trust dated affecting said Units and said
Sovereign Bank, Present Book 37, Page 231 and to 67 of which mortgage Wells August 19, 1996, and common areas and facilities
Holder of said Mortgage, By which plan reference is Fargo Bank, N.A. as Trustee recorded with said Deeds on insofar as now in force and
Its Attorneys, Orlans Moran hereby made for a more for Option One Mortgage October 29, 1996, in Book applicable, all of which the
PLLC, P.O. Box 962169, particular description. Said Loan Trust 2006-2 14745, Page 281, and as Grantee (jointly and severally,
Boston, MA 02196, Phone: Parcel 7A containing 4,917 Asset-Backed Certificates, amended by Amendment of if more than one Grantee) by
(617) 502-4100 (484.1494 square feet of land according Series 2006-2 is the present Millbrook Square acceptance and recording
/Dormady)(09-08-10, to said plan. Said premises are holder by assignment Management Trust dated hereof agrees to comply with,
09-15-10, 09-22-10)(256209) conveyed subject to and with Recorded at Plymouth January 2, 1997, and recorded perform, assume and pay; (iv)
the benefit of easements, County Registry of Deeds in with said Deeds on June 19, together with the exclusive
MORTGAGEE’S restrictions, reservations and Book 38533, Page 130, for 1997, in Book 15259, Page rights appurtenant to said
NOTICE OF SALE rights of way of record so far breach of conditions of said 57. The Units contain the Units set forth in the Master
as the same are now in force mortgage and for the purpose square footage specified Deed, as the same may be
OF REAL ESTATE and applicable. For title see of foreclosing the same, the above, and are laid out as amended; and (v) subject to
Deed recorded herewith. The mortgaged premises located shown on plans recorded with real estate taxes attributable to
By virtue and in execution premises are to be sold at In the Millbrook Square a deed from Millbrook Square said Units which are not yet
of the Power of Sale subject to and with the benefit Condominium, 21 Railroad Associates, Inc. of even date due and payable.
contained in a certain of all easements, restrictions, Avenue, Unit No. 102 a/k/a to be recorded in the For mortgagor’s title
Mortgage given by William building and zoning laws, Unit No. 102K, Duxbury, MA Plymouth County Registry of see deed recorded with the
Irving and Susan Irving to unpaid taxes, tax titles, water 02332 will be sold at a Public Deeds herewith, and affixed Plymouth County Registry of
Infinity Mortgage Company, bills, municipal liens and Auction at 4:00PM on to which is the verified Deeds in Book 32674, Page
Inc., dated June 1, 2005 and assessments, rights of tenants October 6, 2010, at the statement of a professional 64.
recorded with the Plymouth and parties in possession. mortgaged premises, more land surveyor, certifying that The premises will be
County Registry of Deeds at TERMS OF SALE: A deposit particularly described below, the plans show the unit sold subject to any and all
Book 30639, Page 61 of of FIVE THOUSAND all and singular the premises designations of the Units unpaid taxes and other
which the Mortgage the DOLLARS AND 00 CENTS described in said mortgage, to hereby conveyed and of municipal assessments and
undersigned is the present ($5,000.00) in the form of a wit: immediately adjoining units, liens, and subject to prior
holder by assignment for certified check or bank Unit No. 102 of and that each plan fully and liens or other enforceable
breach of the conditions of treasurer’s check will be Building No. 1A/1B (the accurately depicts the layout encumbrances of record
said Mortgage and for the required to be delivered at or "Unit"), in the condominium of the designated Units, its entitled to precedence over
purpose of foreclosing same before the time the bid is located at 27 Railroad Avenue location, dimensions, this mortgage, and subject to
will be sold at Public Auction offered. The successful in Duxbury, Plymouth approximate area, entrance, and with the benefit of all
at 09:00 AM on September bidder will be required to County, Massachusetts, and immediate common area easements, restrictions,
30, 2010 at 21 Glass execute a Foreclosure Sale known as MILLBROOK to which it has access, as reservations and conditions
Terrace, Duxbury, MA, all Agreement immediately after SQUARE CONDOMINIUM built. The Units and the of
and singular the premises the close of the bidding. The PHASE I (the undivided interests in said record and subject to all
described in said Mortgage, to balance of the purchase price "Condominium"), created common areas and facilities tenancies and/or rights of
wit: Locus in Duxbury, shall be paid within thirty pursuant and subject to the hereby conveyed are parties in possession.
Plymouth County, (30) days from the sale date in provisions of Chapter 183A conveyed (i) subject to the Terms of the Sale:
Massachusetts. A certain the form of a certified check, of the General Laws of provisions of said Chapter Cash, cashier’s or certified
parcel of land with the bank treasurer’s check or Massachusetts, by Master 183A (ii) subject to and with check in the sum of $5,000.00
buildings thereon now known other check satisfactory to Deed dated December 5, the benefit of the provisions as a deposit must be shown at
and numbered as 21 Glass Mortgagee’s attorney. The 1991, and recorded with the hereof and all the rights, the time and place of the sale
Terrace in Duxbury, Mortgagee reserves the right Plymouth County Registry of restrictions, easements, in order to qualify as a bidder
Plymouth County. to bid at the sale, to reject any Deeds on December 6, 1991, agreements and other matters (the mortgage holder and its
Commonwealth of and all bids, to continue the in Book 10624, Page 64, as referred to or set forth in said designee(s) are exempt from
Massachusetts. Said premises sale and to amend the terms amended by Special Master Deed (including, this requirement); high bidder
are situated on the of the sale by written or oral Amendment to Master Deed without limitation, in Exhibit to sign written Memorandum
northeasterly side of Glass announcement made before or of Millbrook Square A thereof), and the of Sale upon acceptance of
Terrace and being shown as during the foreclosure sale. If Condominium Phase I dated Declaration of Trust for the bid; balance of purchase price
Lot 7R on a plan of land the sale is set aside for any March 12, 1992, and recorded said Condominium recorded payable in cash or by certified
entitled "Plan of Land in reason, the Purchaser at the with said Deeds on March 13, with Plymouth County check in thirty (30) days from
Duxbury, Massachusetts, sale shall be entitled only to a 1992, in Book 10822, Page Registry of Deeds, and the the date of the sale at the
prepared for North Triangle return of the deposit paid. 181, and as amended by By-Laws contained therein offices of mortgagee’s
Realty Trust, Scale 1 '= 40' The purchaser shall have no Amendment to Master Deed and any Rules and attorney, Korde & Associates,
November 7, 1994, Vautrinot further recourse against the of Millbrook Square Regulations promulgated P.C., 321 Billerica Road,
& Webby Co., Engineers & Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or Condominium Phase I dated pursuant thereto, and the Suite 210, Chelmsford, MA
Land Surveyors, County the Mortgagee’s attorney. August 19, 1996, and obligations thereunder to pay 01824-4100 or such other
Road, Plympton, The description of the recorded with said Deeds on the proportionate shares time as may be designated by
Massachusetts." Said plan premises contained in said October 29, 1996, in Book attributable to said Units of mortgagee. The description
recorded with Plymouth mortgage shall control in the 14745, Page 278. The Units the expenses of the for the premises contained in
County Registry of Deeds as event of an error in this are conveyed together with Condominium set forth in said mortgage shall control in
Plan 843 of 1994 in Plan publication. TIME WILL the undivided percentage said Declaration of Trust, all the event of a typographical
Book 37, Page 401, and to BE OF THE ESSENCE. interests specified above as amended from time to time error in this publication.”
which plan reference is Other terms if any, to be appertaining to said Units in in accordance with their
hereby made for a more announced at the sale. the common areas and
particular description. Said E*TRADE, Present Holder of facilites of the Condominium,
Lot 7R containing 40,001 said Mortgage, By Its and together with the rights
square feet of land according Attorneys, Orlans Moran and easements appurtenant to
to said plan. Also, a certain PLLC, P.O. Box 962169, the Units set forth in said
parcel of land in Duxbury, Boston, MA 02196, Phone: Master Deed, and as further
Plymouth County, (617) 502-4100 (618.5154 set forth in the Declaration of
Massachusetts, situated /Irving)(09-08-10, 09-15-10, Trust of Millbrook Square
northeasterly of Lot 7 and 09-22-10)(256240) Management Trust dated
being shown as Parcel 7A on MORTGAGEE’S December 5, 1991, and
a plan of land entitled
"Definitive Subdivision of SALE OF recorded with said Deeds on
REAL ESTATE December 6, 1991, in Book
"Captain Norman's Village"
10624, Page 87, as amended
in Duxbury, Massachusetts,
by Special Amendment to
Scale 1''=40' April 20, 1994, By virtue of and in Declaration of Trust of
Revised 6/21/1994, Revised execution of the Power of Millbrook Square
7/21/1994, Vautrinot & Sale contained in a certain Management Trust dated
Webby, Co., Engineers & mortgage given by March 12, 1992, and recorded
Land Surveyors, County Ann-Marie E. McDonough to with said Deeds on March 13,
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Other terms to be record which are in force and premises located at 13 Pine existing encumbrances of during the permit term. A
announced at the sale. are applicable, having priority Ridge Lane, Duxbury, MA, record which are in force and preliminary permit does not
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as over said mortgage, whether all and singular the premises are applicable, having priority authorize the permit holder to
Trustee for Option One or not reference to such described in said mortgage, over said mortgage, whether perform any land-disturbing
Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-2 restrictions, easements, TO WIT: A CERTAIN or not reference to such activities or otherwise enter
Asset-Backed Certificates, improvements, liens or PARCEL OF LAND WITH restrictions, easements, upon lands or waters owned
Series 2006-2 encumbrances is made in the THE BUILDINGS improvements, liens or by others without the owners’
Korde & Associates, P.C. deed. THEREON, SITUATE IN encumbrances is made in the express permission.
321 Billerica Road TERMS OF SALE: DUXBURY, IN THE deed. TERMS OF SALE: A The proposed project will
Suite 210 A deposit of Five COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH deposit of TEN THOUSAND consist of the following: (1)
Chelmsford, MA Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars AND COMMONWEALTH DOLLARS ($10,000.00) by 2,000 hydrokinetic tidal
01824-4100 by certified or bank check OF MASSACHUSETTS, certified or bank check will devices consisting of a turbine
(978) 256-1500 will be required to be paid by BOUNDED AND be required to be paid by the blade assembly and an
(OOM 09-056110 the purchaser at the time and DESCRIBED AS purchaser at the time and integrated 10-kilowatt
/McDonough)(09-08-10, place of sale. The balance is FOLLOWS: place of sale. The balance is generator for a combined
09-15-10, 09-22-10)(254609) to be paid by certified or bank NORTHWESTERLY BY A to be paid by certified or bank capacity of 20 megawatts; (2)
check at Harmon Law WAY, 30 FEET WIDE AS check at Ablitt|Scofield, 304 a mooring system; (3)
NOTICE OF Offices, P.C., 150 California SHOWN ON THE PLAND Cambridge Road, Woburn, submersible cables
MORTGAGEE'S Street, Newton, HEREINAFTER Massachusetts 01801, other connecting the
SALE OF Massachusetts 02458, or by MENTIONED 140.03 FEET; terms and conditions will be turbine-generating units to a
REAL ESTATE mail to P.O. Box 610389, NORTHEASTERLY BY provided at the place of sale. shore station; (4) an
Newton Highlands, LOT B6 ON SAID PLAN, The description of the approximately 15-mile-long
Massachusetts 02461-0389, 146.80 FEET; premises contained in said transmission line connecting
By virtue and in execution SOUTHEASTERLY BY mortgage shall control in the
within thirty (30) days from the shore station to an
of the Power of Sale LAND NOW OR event of an error in this
the date of sale. Deed will be existing distribution line; and
contained in a certain FORMERLY OF INGER H. publication. OTHER TERMS,
provided to purchaser for (5) appurtenant facilities. The
mortgage given by Mark V. FEELEY, 139.69 FEET; IF ANY, TO BE
recording upon receipt in full estimated annual generation
Moriarty a/k/a Mark P. AND SOUTHWESTERLY ANNOUNCED AT THE
of the purchase price. The of the Cape Cod Tidal Energy
Moriarty and Alexandra E. BY LOT B8 ON SAID SALE. Present holder of said
description of the premises Project would be 53
Moriarty to Wells Fargo PLAN, 146.56 FEET. SAID mortgage, Bank of America,
contained in said mortgage gigawatt-hours.
Bank, N.A., dated September PARCEL IS SHOWN AS National Association as
shall control in the event of an Applicant Contact: Ramya
29, 2006 and recorded with LOT B7 ON SHEET 4 OF successor by merger to
error in this publication. Swaminathan, Vice President
the Plymouth County SUBDIVISION PLAN LaSalle Bank National
Other terms, if any, to be of Development, Free Flow
Registry of Deeds at Book #19789B, DRAWN BY Association, as Trustee for
announced at the sale. Power Corporation, 33
33436, Page 109, of which DELANO & KEITH, Certificateholders of Bear
WELLS FARGO Commercial Street,
mortgage Wells Fargo Bank, SURVEYORS, DATED Stearns Asset Backed
BANK, N.A. Gloucester, MA 01930;
N.A. is the present holder, for JUNE 8, 1948, AND FILED Securities I LLC,
Present holder of said phone: (978) 283-2822.
breach of the conditions of WITH CERTIFICATE OF Asset-Backed Certificates,
mortgage FERC Contact: Michael
said mortgage and for the TITLE NUMBER 12485. Series 2007-HE5 By its
purpose of foreclosing, the Watts (202) 502-6123.
By its SAID LOT IS SUBJECT TO Attorneys, Ablitt|Scofield, Deadline for filing
same will be sold at Public THE RESTRICTIONS SET P.C., 304 Cambridge Road,
Attorneys, comments, motions to
Auction at 2:00 p.m. on FORTH IN A CERTAIN Woburn, Massachusetts
HARMON LAW intervene, competing
October 6, 2010, on the DEED FROM JOHN 01801 Telephone:
OFFICES, P.C. applications (without notices
mortgaged premises located MARSHALL TO MILFORD 781-246-8995
150 California Street of intent), or notices of intent
at 528 Congress Street, DENNETT, DATED JUNE Fax: 781-246-8994
Newton, MA 02458 to file competing
Duxbury, Plymouth County, 11, 1948, FILED AS 9/22/2010 9/29/2010
(617) 558-0500 applications: 60 days from
Massachusetts, all and DOCUMENT NUMBER 10/6/2010 8.1919
201001-0879 - BLU the issuance of this notice.
singular the premises 29411, WHICH WILL
described in said mortgage, NOTICE OF UNITED STATES Competing applications and
EXPIRE IN JUNE 11, 1978. notices of intent must meet
TO WIT: MORTGAGEE'S SAID LOT IS ALSO
OF AMERICA
the requirements of 18 CFR
The parcel of land on the
SALE OF SUBJECT TO RIGHTS AND FEDERAL ENERGY 4.36. Comments, motions to
easterly side of Congress
Street in said Duxbury, REAL ESTATE RESTRICTIONS REGULATORY intervene, notices of intent,
CONTAINED OR COMMISSION and competing applications
Plymouth County REFERRED TO IN
Masachusetts, designated as By virtue and in execution may be filed electronically via
of the Power of Sale CERTIFICATE OF TITLE the Internet. See 18 CFR
Lot 1B on the plan entitled NUMBER 12485, SO FAR FFP Mass 1, LLC 385.2001(a)(1)(iii) and the
''Plan of Land, Congress contained in a certain
mortgage given by Jeffrey AS IN FORCE AND Project No. 13828-000 instructions on the
Street, Duxbury, Mass.'' dated APPLICABLE. THERE IS NOTICE OF
February 25, 1996, prepared Simons a/k/a E. Jeffrey Commission’s website
Simons and Patricia Simons APPURTENANT TO SAID PRELIMINARY PERMIT http://www.ferc.gov/docs-
by E.E.T. Inc., and recorded LOT A RIGHT OF WAY APPLICATION
in the Plymouth County a/k/a Patricia M. R. Simons to filing/efiling.asp.
Mortgage Electronic OVER CHESTNUT AND ACCEPTED FOR FILING Commenters can submit brief
Registry of Deeds on April BAYRIDGE LANES, AND AND SOLICITING
23, 1996 as Plan Number 238 Registration Systems Inc. as comments up to 6,000
Nominee for Aegis Lending SAID 30 FOOT WAY, IN COMMENTS, MOTIONS characters, without prior
of 1996. Said Lot 1B contains COMMON WITH OTHERS TO INTERVENE, AND
approximately 40,567 square Corporation, dated February registration, using the
10, 2007 and recorded with LEGALLY ENTITLED TO COMPETING eComment system at
feet of land, according to said USE THE SAME, AS SET APPLICATIONS
plan. the Plymouth County http://www.ferc.gov/docs-
Registry District of the Land FORTH IN SAID DEED, (September 3, 2010) filing/ecomment.asp. You
Specifically excluded from DOCUMENT NUMBER
this conveyance is Lot 1A as Court filed as Document No. must include your name and
618828 as noted on 29411. For mortgagors’ title On August 9, 2010, FFP contact information at the end
shown on said plan. see deed recorded with the Mass 1, LLC filed an
For mortgagor's(s') title see Certificate of Title No. 70222 of your comments. For
of which mortgage Bank of Plymouth County Registry application for a preliminary assistance, please contact
deed recorded with Plymouth District of the Land Court permit, pursuant to section
County Registry of Deeds in America, National FERC Online Support.
Association as successor by filed as Document No. 4(f) of the Federal Power Act Although the Commission
Book 14390, Page 89. 234495 and noted on (FPA), proposing to study the
These premises will be merger to LaSalle Bank strongly encourages
National Association, as Certificate of Title No. 70222. feasibility of the Cape Cod electronic filing, documents
sold and conveyed subject to These premises will be sold Tidal Energy Project to be
and with the benefit of all Trustee for Certificateholders may also be paper-filed. To
of Bear Stearns Asset Backed and conveyed subject to and located in the Cape Cod paper-file, mail an original
rights, rights of way, with the benefit of all rights, Canal and a portion of the
restrictions, easements, Securities I LLC, and seven copies to:
Asset-Backed Certificates, rights of way, restrictions, Hog Island Channel, between Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary,
covenants, liens or claims in easements, right of ways, Cape Cod Bay and Buzzards
the nature of liens, Series 2007-HE5 is the Federal Energy Regulatory
present holder, for breach of covenants, liens or claims in Bay, in Plymouth and Commission, 888 First Street,
improvements, public the nature of liens, Barnstable Counties,
assessments, any and all the conditions of said NE, Washington, DC 20426.
mortgage and for the purpose improvements, public Massachusetts. The sole More information about
unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax assessments, any and all purpose of a preliminary
liens, water and sewer liens of foreclosing, the same will this project, including a copy
be sold at Public Auction at unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax permit, if issued, is to grant of the application, can be
and any other municipal liens, water and sewer liens the permit holder priority to
assessments or liens or 11:00 AM on October 13, viewed or printed on the
2010, on the mortgaged and any other municipal file a license application "eLibrary" link of the
existing encumbrances of assessments or liens or
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Commission's website at Certificateholders for the plan as follows: with the benefit of easements be required to be paid by the
http://www.ferc.gov/docs- Structured Asset Investments NORTHWESTERLY and restrictions of record purchaser at the time and
filing/elibrary.asp. Enter the II Inc., Bear Stearns ALT-A by Lot B two courses of forty insofar as the same are now in place of sale. The balance is
docket number (P-13828-000) Trust, Mortgage two and 69/100 (42.69) feet force and applicable. For to be paid by certified or bank
in the docket number field to Pass-Through Certificates, and three hundred fifteen mortgagor's title see deed check at ABLITT |
access the document. For Series 2004-13 is the present (315) feet, respectively; recorded with the Plymouth SCOFIELD, 304 Cambridge
assistance, contact FERC holder, by assignment, for SOUTHWESTERLY by land County Registry of Deeds in Road, Woburn, Massachusetts
Online Support. breach of the conditions of now or formerly of Book 33949, Page 297. Also 01801, other terms and
said mortgage and for the DeLorenzo, fifty four and see Deed recorded in Book conditions will be provided at
Kimberly D. Bose purpose of foreclosing, the 96/100 (54.96) feet; 27582, Page 206. These the place of sale. The
Secretary. same will be sold at Public SOUTHERLY by land now premises will be sold and description of the premises
Auction at 12:00 PM on or formerly of said conveyed subject to and with contained in said mortgage
NOTICE OF October 13, 2010, on the the benefit of all rights, rights shall control in the event of an
DeLorenzo, three hundred
MORTGAGEE'S mortgaged premises located thirty Nine and 18/100 of way, restrictions, error in this publication.
SALE OF at 388 Summer Street, (339.18) feet; easements, right of ways, OTHER TERMS, IF ANY,
Duxbury, MA, all and covenants, liens or claims in TO BE ANNOUNCED AT
REAL ESTATE singular the premises
SOUTHEASTERLY by land
THE SALE. Present holder of
now or formerly of said the nature of liens,
described in said mortgage, DeLorenzo, eighty eight and improvements, public said mortgage, The Bank of
By virtue and in execution TO WIT: A certain parcel of New York Mellon as
96/100 (88.96) feet; and assessments, any and all
of the Power of Sale land with the buildings Successor to JPMorgan Chase
NORTHEASTERLY by Lot unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax
contained in a certain thereon, being now known as Bank, N .A., as Trustee for
A, one hundred thirty nine liens, water and sewer liens
mortgage given by Elizabeth and numbered 388 Summer the Certificateholders for the
and 64/100 (139.64) feet. and any other municipal
Kathleen Van Der Veen a/k/a Street, situated in the Town of Structured Asset Investments
Containing 41,800 square feet assessments or liens or
Elizabeth K. Van Der Veen to Duxbury, Plymouth County, II Inc., Bear Stearns ALT-A
of land, more or less. The existing encumbrances of
Mortgage Electronic Massachusetts, being shown Trust, Mortgage
conveyance is made together record which are in force and
Registration Systems, Inc as as Lot C on a "Subdivision Pass-Through Certificates,
with the right to use a thirty are applicable, having priority
nominee for GreenPoint Plan of Land in Duxbury, Series 2004-13 By its
foot right of way across Lot A over said mortgage, whether
Mortgage Funding Inc., dated Massachusetts, drawn for Attorneys, ABLITT |
to Summer Street as shown or not reference to such
August 18, 2004 and recorded Josephine Sangiolo, Scale 1" SCOFIELD, 304 Cambridge
on said plan for all purposes restrictions, easements,
with the Plymouth County = 50 feet, December 24, 1968, Road, Woburn, Massachusetts
for which public ways are improvements, liens or
Registry of Deeds in Book Stenbeck & Taylor; Inc., 01801 Telephone:
customarily used in the Town encumbrances is made in the
28974, Page 65 of which Engineers, Marshfield, 781-246-8995 Fax:
of Duxbury and for the deed. TERMS OF SALE: A
mortgage The Bank of New Massachusetts." Said parcel is 781-246-8994
purpose of carrying electricity deposit of TEN THOUSAND
York Mellon as Successor to further bounded and 9/22/2010 9/29/2010
and communications. DOLLARS ($10,000.00) by
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N .A., described all according to said 10/6/2010 60.1626
Premises are subject to and certified or bank check will
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CHICKEN Potato Crusted Salmon - Salmon encrusted with a Dijon sauce and
hash brown potatoes baked until golden brown. ..............(serves 3) $18
Artichoke Pasta Medley w/Chicken - Orzo, artichoke hearts, wild
rice, mushrooms, onion, carrots, sun dried tomatoes and spices, Holly’s Famous Crab Cakes - Holly found the best crab cake recipe
sautéed with diced chicken. Quick (12-15 min.), healthy, and delicious! and DOUBLED the crab! So these nearly ½ pound crab cakes are the
............................................................................................... (serves 2-3) $15 crabbiest you’ll ever eat! Yummm! Serve with Lemon Garlic Aioli,
provided................................................................................... (serves 3) $18
Baked Teriyaki Chicken with Rice - Holly’s delicious homemade
teriyaki sauce made with gluten free soy sauce, cider vinegar, ginger PORK
and garlic. Serve with rice, provided Gluten Free. ...........(serves 3) $12 Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin w/ Carolina Mustard Sauce - Pork
Bruschetta Chicken Bake - Italian “brochette” flavorings with Tenderloin stuffed with bacon and smothered in our homemade
chicken, croutons, tomatoes, garlic, and cheese all in 1 casserole Carolina Mustard Sauce and coated with crushed pecans. Omg….you
dish ........................................................................................ (serves 2-3) $14 won’t believe the flavor. Gluten Free ................................. $13 per pound
Chicken Cordon Bleu - 100 % all natural chicken breasts w/ BEEF
traditional ham and Swiss in our flaky puff pastry. Sold 2 per Certified Angus Beef Short Ribs over Creamy Yukon Mashed Pota-
package. ....................................................................................(serves 2) $11 toes - Melt in your mouth marinated short ribs already slow-cooked,
Chicken Picatta - 100 % all natural chicken breasts lightly breaded sliced and served over creamy Yukon mashed potatoes. Gluten Free
and baked with white wine and caper sauce. Available Gluten Free ................................................................................................ (serves 2-3) $18
....................................................................................................(serves 3) $14 Mexican Beef Casserole - Ground beef, salsa and black beans layered
Creamy Chicken & Rice - Chunks of white chicken meat, basmati with tortilla chips, sour cream, green onions & melted cheese. Also
rice, sautéed celery and onions in a creamy sauce topped with bread- great as a Mexican Dip with chips. Available Gluten Free
crumbs and toasted almonds. Available Gluten Free .... (serves 2-3) $16 ................................................................................................ (serves 3-4) $16
Dede’s Sesame Chicken - 100 % all natural boneless chicken breasts Shepherd’s Pie - Garlic mashed potatoes top this pie made with
pounded, breaded and baked in a delicious sesame apricot sauce. ground beef, peas, carrots, and corn. Available Gluten Free
Available Gluten Free.............................................................(serves 3) $14 ................................................................................................ (serves 2-3) $15
Orange Chicken Oven 100 % all natural boneless chicken breasts APPETIZERS
lightly breaded and flavored with orange, cilantro, green onion, and Apricot Almond Baked Brie - Delicious brie cheese baked in puff pas-
ginger........................................................................................(serves 3) $14 try stuffed with toasted almonds, apricot preserves, and dried cranber-
Pesto Parmesan Chicken - 100% all natural boneless chicken breasts ries. ....................................................................................... (serves 3-4) $12
coated in basil pesto, bread crumbs, and Parmesan cheese, baked crisp Shrimp and Crab Bruschetta - Shrimp, snow crabmeat, and Swiss
on the outside while the chicken stays moist and flavorful. Available Cheese, Served atop slices of rustic French baguette ($ 2.00 sold sepa-
Gluten Free ................................................................................. (serves 3) $14 rately) ..........................................................................................$15 per pint
Toasted Couscous w/ Chicken, Feta & Veggies - Couscous, red rice, Southwestern Egg Rolls - Filled with white meat chicken, corn, black
red and yellow sweet peppers, tomato, carrots, peas, shallots roasted bean sauce and cheese. ................................................................ $15 for 6
garlic and spices sautéed with chicken & feta cheese. Quick (12-15
min.), healthy, and delicious! ............................................ (serves 2-3) $15 SOUPS AND SIDES – All Serves 3 - 4
PASTA Butternut Squash Soup - $7 per quart, Turkey Chili $10 per quart
Holly’s Mac N Cheese - $8, Green Beans Almandine $10, Cheesy
Lasagna Bolognese - Rich flavors of beef, pork, and roasted red pep- Mashed Potatoes $10 Toasted Broccoli - $10, Asian Green Beans
pers combined with tomato marinara and cheese. .... (serves 3 - 4) $16 $10 Toasted Couscous w/ veggies $10, Artichoke Pasta Medley - 10,
Cheese Ravioli Lasagna - Another kid favorite - vegetarian marinara Yukon Mashed Potatoes $10, Cheesy Polenta Lasagna $12 Zucchini
sauce with cheese filled ravioli, layered with ricotta and mozzarella Herb Casserole - $12
cheese.................................................................................. (serves 3 - 4) $14 DESSERTS from SUGAR PLUM BAKERY (served in 8”x4” pans)
SEAFOOD 7 Layer Bars (take & bake) $6.95 Cream Cheese Brownies (take &
Shrimp Scampi - Juicy shrimp sautéed with white wine, garlic, but- bake) $5 Toffee Brownies (take & bake) $5 (baked and fresh-frozen)
ter, fresh basil, and green onion. Pasta provided, or substitute rice to Chocolate, Lemon, or Carrot Cake (baked and fresh-frozen) $6.95
make this. Gluten Free ....................................................... (serves 2-3) $15 Mixed Berry Crumble (take & bake) 8.95
Blackened Salmon w/ Citrus Chive Sauce - Salmon Filets coated in “ELEGANT” FOOD AT “EVERYDAY” PRICES! We do all the prep work with the
traditional blackening seasoning. Grilled or broiled and served with finest ingredients. You just do the last step in the oven, on the stove or on the
Citrus Chive Sauce, provided. Gluten Free .........................(serves 3) $18 grill! Great for everyday busy folks, bring dinner to a friend, feed the kids,
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