In the March 2017 Print Edition
Feb 28, 2017 06:18AM
● By Pamela Johnson
Winter is winding down and spring is approaching (March 20th is the first day of spring), and better weather encourages more activities which we will try to keep you apprised of. We hope you enjoy the assortment of articles and information compiled herein.
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Following are some highlighted articles, and if you scroll down below them, you’ll see a small newspaper—this is the PDF of the March 2017 print edition. Click in the center of the newspaper and it’ll being up a full-size version of the PDF for you to peruse at your leisure. Remember, we always appreciate suggestions, questions and comments; you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bellingham Youth Basketball Association (BYBA) would like to congratulate this year’s In-town champions. (Browse through our gallery of submitted team photos and captions.) Read More »
At a special remote meeting of the School Committee at Stall Brook Elementary School on January 26, Principal Carolyn Rafferty presented new leadership & wellness programs at the school. Read More »
Connor Rielly, an eight-year-old student at South Elementary School, was recently sworn in as the postmaster of the “Paw Deliver” school-wide post office, part of the USPS literacy program.
State Senator Ryan Fattman and State Representative Kevin Kuros addressed the February 13 Selectmen’s meeting, followed by a discussion concerning development of N.E. Country Club Read More »
Bellingham High girls have not qualified for the playoffs during the last two seasons, but their day will come, as it did in 2013-15 when the they twice won the Central MA Sectional Tourny. Read More »
March 2017 Print Edition (Click on center circle/box to enlarge to full screen; use Esc key to exit.)