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BBA Golf Tourney Set for Sept. 12

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

If you’re a golfer who also likes to help the community, then you’ll be interested to know that the Bellingham Business Association will hold its annual golf tourney fundraiser on Sept. 12.

In the August 2016 print edition

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

August is a time when most people transition from planning which beach or campground they’re going to visit to thinking about back-to-school stuff, so read the August issue of the Bulletin.

Hurricane Preparedness Advice for Bellingham Residents

By Kenneth Hamwey, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

The arrival of August should make Bellingham residents aware that hurricane season is in full swing, and Mark Poirier is the go-to guy when and if emergency preparedness is a priority.

Khoury Spearheads Fundraiser for Oliva Fund for Cancer Care

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

“Cancer doesn’t know and doesn’t care who you are,” Khoury frequently says. “The Oliva Fund pays for things that a patient's insurance policy doesn't cover.”

Museum of Work & Culture to Offer Walking Tours of Historic Woonsocket

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 27, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Schools

Beginning August 3, the Museum of Work & Culture will offer walking tours of historic Woonsocket along the banks of the Blackstone River and Main Street, each Wednesday at 10 AM.

Ken’s Quiz: Some Hall of Fame Possibilities

By Kenneth Hamwey, Jul 27, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Schools

Two years ago, there was a move to start an athletic hall of fame at Bellingham High, but the concept ran out of steam after 3 or4 meetings. Read Ken's picks if the idea is ever revived.

BCI and Hockomock Y Partner to Benefit Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 26, 2016, Categories: Community, Today

Thanks to a partnership with the Hockomock Area YMCA, families may now secure services for their children at any of the Hockomock Area Y’s four locations (Franklin, Foxboro, Mansfield and North Attleboro).



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  • Mindful Steps

    08/02/2016
    09:30AM — 10:30AM

    Would You Like to Receive the Benefits of Meditation, But You Can't Sit Still? Have You Been Mea...


  • Parent/Caregiver Support Group

    08/02/2016
    05:30PM

    A FREE and CONFIDENTIAL group for parents, caregivers, guardians who raise children and young adu...


  • Democratic Monthly meeting

    08/03/2016
    07:00PM

    The Bellingham Democratic Town Committee will hold its monthly meeting in the Arcand Room at the ...


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In the July 2016 print edition