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In the May 2014 Issue

Apr 27, 2014 06:21PM ● By Pamela Johnson
May has arrived, and not a minute too soon. What has seemed like a never-ending winter has indeed drawn to a close.  Thankfully, we can finally stop spending every last dime on home-heating-oil deliveries and driveway plowing--and spend it instead on landscaping and lawn care, which (in my mind anyway) is a bit more rewarding.

The May issue of the Bellingham Bulletin is filled with interesting and useful information, and we invite you to browse through some of the articles highlighted here

Thumb_lastmemday Plans Set for Town’s 143rd Memorial Parade & Ceremony on May 18
Read about the plans and changes made for Bellingham's 2014 Memorial Day celebration. Read more



Thumb_bba-bd-4-14BBA Elects New Board, Receives Update on Town News
BBA members elected new officers and board members; Town Administrator & CFO  gave an update on town of Bellingham Read more



Thumb_bvt-skills-driving BVT SkillsUSA Community-Service Team Organizes Trooper Presentation
Distracted driving now causes more accidents than alcohol & drugs abuse, MA State Trooper Timothy Weldon tell BVT students. Read more



Thumb_bell-library May 2014 Events at the Bellingham Public Library
There are lots of interesting & fun events & activities planned at the Bellingham Library in May. Read all about them in this article. Read more



Thumb_seniorctrbluebkg Bellingham MA COA Announces May 2014 Events & Activities
Senior citizens have a lot to look forward to in May at the Bellingham Senior Center, and it's all conveniently listed right here. Read more


Or take your time and page through the PDF of the entire May 2014 issue.

Bellingham Bulletin May 2014

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