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In the October 2018 print edition

Sep 27, 2018 07:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson

Check out the October 2018 print edition

October has arrived and with it is coming the colorful foliage, Halloween, and fall fairs and festivals that will continue from now until Christmas or Chanukkah or Kwanza or Festivus or whatever year-end celebration you observe. As usual, we have have tried to include interesting articles and informative news releases of benefit to Bellingham residents.

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Below are a couple highlights from the October 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. As always, thanks for supporting the Bellingham Bulletin!  
 
Incumbent MA state senator Ryan Fattman left and challenger Tom Merolli

Meet MA Senate Candidates at Citizens for Milford Forum - Sep 27, 2018 07:00AM

Citizens for Milford will hold a Candidates Forum featuring the candidates for State Senator of the Worcester and Norfolk districts on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at St. Mary’s Church in Milford. Read More » 

 

BHS Blackhawks football team captain Jacob Bassett

Bassett a Positive Force for BHS Grid Squad - Sep 27, 2018 07:00AM

Jacob Bassett is optimistic that the Bellingham High football team can deliver some positive results for the 2018 season. Read More » 

 

Members of the 2018 Blackhawks Volleyball team are back LR Olivia Manolio Gianna Sannicandro Sam Rinaldi Emily Janell Alexa Abely Madi Vadenais Tatum Lee Chloe Fisher Kasey MacGowan Lauren Masse front LR Rose Nelson Kayla Martinis Olivia McDermott Ally Hall Jenna Venuti and Maddie Mantegani

Positive Atmosphere Surrounds BHS Volleyball Squad - Sep 27, 2018 07:00AM

The BHS volleyball team, which ended a 17-year absence from tourney play last year, is aiming for a return to the playoffs, but that objective is No. 2 on coach Mantegani’s to-do list Read More » 

 

Shown above back L-R Sharon Grant Elisa Murphy and Beth Guikema front L-R Mari Steinmann Colleen Fernandes and Artworks owner Kathy Wotton

Business Spotlight: Artworks Studio Moves “Home” to Bellingham - Sep 27, 2018 07:00AM

Bellingham’s Kathy Wotton has assembled a team that offers weekly workshops, afterschool art, canvas & watercolor painting, Zentangle, clay & pottery wheel work, and assorted crafts. Read More » 

 

Cliff Grover was a fonding member of the Bellingham Business Association His grandson Pete Daley is shown grilling food for the free cookout that Circler CG Farm graciously hosts for BBA members  their families every summer

Bellingham’s Circle CG Farm Celebrates 50th Anniversary & Fulfillment of Grovers’ Dream - Sep 27, 2018 07:00AM

Half a century ago, Cliff & Marion Grover had a dream. That dream resulted in what is today Circle CG Farm Campground in Bellingham Read More » 

In the October 2018 print edition

 

 

 

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