In the September 2014 Issue
Aug 29, 2014 10:00AM ● Published by Pamela Johnson
Be sure to read the September issue of The Bellingham Bulletin.
Please set aside some time on Saturday, Sept. 13, between noon and 8 p.m., to swing by Chevy's Ice Cream on Pulaski Blvd/Rte. 126 (across from Grumpy's Restaurant). They have plans for a day of great fun--a magician, a clown, balloon animals, face painting, a live band, raffles--even a guest appearance by retired N.E. Patriots player Patrick Pass for photos and autographs. All of the proceeds from this event (ice cream sales, raffles, etc.) will be given to the Mancini family. And while it certainly won't make Dana's Mancini's lung cancer go away, it may help to ease his financial burden just a tiny bit. This is a great example of community: helping one another through tough times. We at the Bellingham Bulletin are proud to be able to help spread the word. And if you cannot make it to the fundraiser on Sept. 13, you may still contribute by visiting GiveForward.com and entering "Dana Mancini" in the search block to go to the donation page that has been set up for him.
Also in this issue, looking back, we featured some of the great programs hosted at the Bellingham Public Library as part of their annual summer reading program. Looking forward, we announced details of upcoming events planned for September, not just at the Library, but also at the Senior Center, in the Bellingham school system, and in and around town in general.
Read Ken Hamwey's piece about Bellingham business owner and philanthropist Tony Khoury's generous donation of $50,000 to Milford Regional Medical Center. As usual, Lynn Ulsh keeps us up to date on what's happening with the Board of Selectmen and the School Committee. Also, this month, we have reports from the State House from both of our elected officials, State Senator Richard T. Moore (D-Uxbridge) and State Representative Kevin J. Kuros (R-Uxbridge), on the budget signed by Governor Deval Patrick.
So take your time and browse--through the printed pages or here in the digital edition. The Bulletin is proud to capture the very essence of the town we serve, and help to define a lifestyle that is uniquely and proudly Bellingham.
Here are a some articles I think you'll enjoy...
The Bellingham Public Library's summer reading program finale featured Farmer (his first name) Minor and his pot-bellied pig, Daisy. Read More
Read Ken Hamwey's monthly Sports Spotlight column, where he keeps us up to date on what's happening with BHS Blackhawks sports Read More
A high-energy program of stories and silliness by the Toe Jam Puppet Band at the Bellingham Library kept people of all ages enthralled. Read More
Author Kate Klise brought energy, vitality & fun to her workshop for young writers at the Bellingham Public Library. Read More
Former therapist Ming MIng He left the field of traditional medicine to follow her own path, including channeling energy, to help people. Read More
Members of the Hockomock YMCA's gymnastics team took several top spots at the recent YMCA National Gymnastics Championship held in Tampa, FL. Read More
Read Ken Hamwey's Municipal Spotlight on the Bellingham Board of Health Agent Mike Catalano who briefs residents on health issues in town. Read More
Alexander Carr is a sophomore at BHS and if his summer activity is any indication, he's headed for a leadership role in life. Read More
In a grant-funded project, local Historian Marjorie Turner Hollman is recording veterans' stories for inclusion in the Library of Congress. Read More
Bellingham businessman and philanthropist Tony Khoury is at it again--this time, he's donating $50,000 to Milford Regional Medical Center. Read More
Lynn Ulsh reports on the Bellingham Board of Selectmen's August 11 meeting, which featured the fire department and business licensing Read More
Even though the annual summer reading program has concluded and kids have head back to school, there's still lots of good stuff going on at the Bellingham Library. Read More
Lynn Ulsh reports on the August 12 meeting of the Bellingham School Committee, where rumors about Macy kindergarten were dispelled. Read More
Mark Rizzo was the ultimate team player on the Blackhawks hockey team back in 1978-1979 Read More
Check out what is going on at the Bellingham Senior Center in September--there are always lots of fun activities to choose from. Read More
Bellingham High School lucked out when it snapped up Stacy Bilodeau to replace Dan Nagle as the girls B-Ball coach. Read More
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