In the January 2016 Print Edition
It’s the beginning of a brand new year, and we at the Bellingham Bulletin would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our readers a healthy, prosperous and happy year in 2016.
We all knew that New England winter wouldn't hold off forever. Looks like it's here to stay--at least for the next couple of month, anyway. In an effort to embrace what used to be my least favorite season, I took up cross-country skiing. "Embrace it," is, I guess, the suggestion I heard so many times that I finally took it. And adopting a cold-weather sport did help--I don't hate winter quite so much--as long as there is just enough snow to ski on.
As always, we have compiled news, interesting stories for you to read, press releases you probably should make note of, and, as always, a calendar of events for January 2016.
Below are some highlights from the January issue. (To view the PDF of the January 2016 print edition in its entirety, scroll to the bottom of the highlights and click on the newspaper icon.)
The Bellingham Women of Today raised $3,780 at their annual Santa's Elves telethon. Read Steve Chisholm's article. Read More »
Read Ken Hamwey's account of Bill & Eleni Coniaris being praised for generosity by the Bellingham Board of Selectmen. Read More »
Preschool registration approaches, and an Open House is planned for Wednesday, Jan. 20, 4:30–6:30 pm, at the preschool buildings. Read details here. Read More »
Keith Grupposo is proof positive that good things come in small packages. The former BHS 2-sport athlete was a mere 5' 6" and 140-lbs, but he was a key contributor in football & basketball. Read More »
Read this summary of programs and activities at the Bellingham Senior Center in January. Read More »
Check out the compilation of January news and events at the Bellingham Public Library, submitted by the library director. Read More »
Read about the importance of selecting the right preschool, and upcoming Open Houses at Franklin's Sunrise Montessori School Read More »
Adhering to a diet on special occasions has always proved challenging. N.E. Fat Loss helped him approach the holidays with a totally new outlook. Read More »
January 2016 PDF