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In the November 2018 print edition

Nov 19, 2018 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Check out the November issue of the Bellingham Bulletin!  It's crammed, as usual, with interesting articles and helpful information. There's lots going on in and around Bellingham this time of the year. To all of our readers, we'd like to say "HAPPY THANKSGIVING!"

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Below are a couple highlights from the November print edition that you can peruse at your leisure.  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 Senator Ryan Fattman R-Webster faces challenger Tom Merolli D-Mendon

State Senate Candidates Face Off with Mixed Results

Citizens for Milford hosted a non-partisan debate to give voters a look at State Senate candidates Ryan Fattman and Tom Merolli, as well as Milford's state rep candidates. Vote on Nov. 6! Read More » 

 

Tina Marie DAsti SEPAC  Jennifer Altomonte 300th Anniv Comm

Bellingham Business Association Hosts Annual Non-Profit Night

Tina Marie D’Asti (Bellingham SEPAC) and Jennifer Altomonte (Bellingham 300th Anniversary Committee) spoke to BBA members about the goals of the organizations they represented. Read More » 

 

Placing a wreathe at last years ceremony are L-R Sgt Samuel Cowell Sgt Kenneth Morrell and LTC Frank Moore

Annual Veterans Day Ceremony Set for Nov. 11 at Bellingham Library

The Nov. 11th program at the Bellingham Library will focus on "celebrating veterans who have served their country in war and in peacetime," says Memorial/Vets Day Comm. Chair Jim Hastings. Read More » 

 

Brenna Elliot

Field Hockey Will Be in the Spotlight at First Initiation Ceremony for Bellingham Hall of Fame

Bellingham High’s field hockey teams dominated the 1980s and that dominance will be personified at the first Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Nov. 24. Tickets are still available! Read More » 

 

Members of the Cross-Country team L-R in back row Matt Eggelston Ben Youkilis Brandon Gillcrist Mitch Olson Capt Ethan Carr Capt Michael Reissfelder Capt Philip Jones Matt Fitzgerald Sean Glennon Brandon Williams Coach Wright middle Coach Lacasse Daniel Kurczy Zack Giordano Will Desrosiers Will Ferguson Colin Hensel Ian Moser Tim DeSalvo Aiden Campellone Billy Cundiff Ben Foley Coach Murphy front Nicholas Shannon Lauren Murphy Brianna Reissfelder Haley Evans Baileigh Murphy Gretchen Ames Casey Hasselbaum Will Youkilis Colin Thibeault Tyler Citrone

BHS Cross-Country Team in a Class by Themselves

See how the football, volleyball, golf and soccer teams are doing, in addition to the cross-country team--and more--in Ken Hamwey's Sports Spotlight for November. Read More » 

 

Devlins Tavern owners Liz and Patrick Devlin

Devlin’s Tavern Offers Good Service, Good Food, Good Times

Now open in Bellingham Plaza, Devlin's Tavern motto is: “Banker, biker, family of four—we want everybody to be comfortable here." Check it out today! Read More » 

 

Elevate FounderDirector Leigh-Ann Larson right confers with Bellingham staffer Ashley Luongo clinical therapist and site supervisor

Elevate Counseling Services Keeps the Focus on Solutions

Elevate Counseling's mission, according to its founder/director, is "to elevate our clients to their best life possible." Read More » 

 

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