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In the September 2015 Print Edition

Sep 03, 2015 09:01AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Labor Day traditionally heralds the end of summer—the kids have gone back in school and the first day of autumn is September 23. I read recently that the Farmer’s Almanac has predicted a very cold winter ahead for us, so let’s enjoy these beautiful fall days.

If you didn’t receive or have a chance to read through the entire September issue of the Bellingham Bulletin, below are a few of the highlights.  There’s also plenty more to read if you click on the newspaper icon below to bring up a PDF of the complete print edition.
Jon Mattleman

Teen Suicide Is Topic of Mattleman's Sept. 28 Presentation - Aug 27, 2015 07:04AM

The Bellingham Board of Health, along with the Bellingham School department, is sponsoring a suicide awareness program entitled “The Secret Life of a Massachusetts Teen.” Read More » 


COA Board Chairman Rita Tetreault and Program Manager Sheila Ronkin with the pie

Annual Blueberry Festival Held at Senior Center - Aug 27, 2015 07:04AM

The Bellingham Senior Center has added a blueberry festival to its list of annual events, right up there in popularity with its festival honoring another popular berry--the strawberry. Read More » 


Sean Boddy at the trail kiosk he built

Boddy Completes Eagle Scout Project - Aug 27, 2015 07:04AM

Sean Boddy’s Eagle Scout project, which he worked on since 2013, was actually three projects in one, requiring a total of over 300 hours to complete. Read More » 

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