In the December 2014 Issue
Dec 01, 2014 06:00AM ● Published by Pamela Johnson
We prefer the no pressure-approach--grab a cup of coffee or tea and sit for while and peruse either our print or digital editions for holiday activities and gift-giving ideas. Please note that not all of the articles in our print edition are posted on the website, and, conversely, not all articles posted on the website were included in the print edition, so you may want to check them both out at your leisure. (Scroll down through the highlighted articles below to find our digital edition; simply click on it to open the PDF.)
If there's something good going on in Bellingham that you think we should know about, please let us know! We can't be in every place all of the time, so some things slip by us. You can be our eyes and ears in the community. Just send me an email at email@BellinghamBulletin.com.
Happy Holidays to all!
Harry Schreffler's 25 years of service with the Bellingham music dept. are being recognized with the naming Harry G Schreffler Fine Arts Wing at BHS during the Dec. 11 Winter Concert. Read More »
The Bellingham Public Library's annual month-long food, clothing & toiletries drive culminated in the Veteran's Day program held on November 9 Read More »
Bellingham's Jeanne Sheridan was part of a group from the Hockomock YMCA's Healthy Initiative program that was invited to tour the White House's kitchen gardens. Read More »
"Pull over to the side of the road to return a phone call or text" was the message to BHS students at a recent distracted driving awareness program. Read More »
A Postcard History of Norfolk County by Paul H. Tedesco, with his (now late) son, James, offers a delightfully quirky peek into yesteryear in one county in Massachusetts. Read More »
Workshop geared toward helping parents manage their children's behavior, encourages stepping back and looking at the big picture. Read More »
Charles River Bank recently held its annual dinner at which employees were recognized with service awards. Read More »
Every year, students at Bellingham Memorial Middle School build trebuchets and hurl pumpkins, and this year was no exception. Take a look at the photo gallery. Read More »
Take a look at what's on the calendar of events and programs at the Bellingham Public Library in December Read More »
Read all about the successful craft fair at the senior center, plus have a look at what the seniors have planned for December activities/events. Read More »