In the August 2018 Print Edition!
Jul 30, 2018 12:45PM
Short as it may feel, August is loaded with events and activities, particularly at the Bellingham Public Library, with their Summer Reading Program.
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Here are a couple highlights of the August issue, but, of course, you'll want to read the entire paper. To view the PDF file in its entirety, scroll down and click on the center of the newspaper icon. Thanks for supporting the Bellingham Bulletin!
Priscella was a beast at basketball when he played the game throughout his high school and college days. He even got to face-off against legends like Michael Jordan and Reggie Lewis Read More »
Riders started off the week unable to use a bicycle but after 5 days at Bellingham's first ever iCan Shine bicycle camp, individuals were able to confidently ride on their own. Read More »
Labeled as “a great people person” by one staff member, Josie Dutil is acutely aware of what’s needed for success in her new role, and her primary goal is clearly defined. Read More »
Residents of the 18th Worcester District will get a chance to meet their district's State Representative candidates before September 4th's vote. Read More »
Historian Gary Hylander continued his lecture series on the 1960s when he visited the Bellingham Senior Center to talk about Daniel Ellsburg and the infamous Pentagon Papers. Read More »
Community members expressed sadness as the 13-year-old restaurant closed its doors at the of June. Read More »
Fresh, organic, and reasonably priced-- three words you can use to describe Bellingham's newest organic community garden. Read More »
Check out what's happening at your local Senior Center! Read More »
Check out what's happening at the library for the month of August! Read More »
McDonald has posted some dynamic numbers during his 15+ years as a youth baseball coach, but he’s more about building character than boasting about winning percentages. Read More »