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In the February 2019 print edition

Jan 29, 2019 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Happy Valentine's Day and school vacation!  
Welcome to the February 2019 issue of the Bellingham Bulletin.  As always, we try to deliver a balanced blend of feature articles, sports reporting and press releases from local organizations and businesses, along with the advertising that, as a non-subscription publication, is so crucial to our continued success.  Without sufficient advertisers, we’d either have to start charging a subscription fee (and lose our 100% saturation appeal), or stop mailing the paper directly to every home and business, and resort solely to distribution locations where you could pick up the Bulletin--so much more convenient to just carry it from your mailbox into your house with the rest of your mail.

Of course, the best way to help us to retain advertisers is to patronize these businesses as often as possible; even if you don't end up buying anything, please let them know that you saw their ad in the Bellingham Bulletin.  Also, you could ask businesses that do not already advertise with us why you haven't seen their ad in the paper--every referral helps.

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Below are a few highlights from the current issue.  (To view the PDF file of the Feb. issue in its entirety, scroll down and click on the center of the newspaper.)

At the real estate closing LR are Nicole Shannon the property sellers attorney Christopher Nichols the Temples attorney Mrs Mangalam Sambamoorthy Temple President Sivachariar Bhairavasundaram Muthubattar Temple priest and congregation member Muthu Meyyappan

New Hindu Temple to Be Built on South Main Street

The Boston Sri Kalikambal Shiva Temple will move out of its current location in the Bellingham Plaza upon completion of a brand new temple being built for its Hindu worshipers. Read More » 

Paola Echeverry

Echeverry Reaches Out to Bellingham Seniors

Paola Echeverry joined the Bellingham Senior Center last month to assist in the center’s ongoing efforts to identify seniors in need and make sure they know about available services... Read More » 


Geography Bee participants shown L-R are Aedan Rose Jason Costello Connor Kelley Jonathan  Powell Nathan Poitras Andrew Savage Rebecca Daigneault Jamie Costello Lucien Stenehjem and Nathaniel Smith back L-R 7th-grade teachers  program organizers Geoffrey Favakeh and Robert Marzilli

Bellingham Memorial School Presents Geography Bee

Thursday, January 17, was more than just another Friday--it was the day that Bellingham Memorial School held the second round of its annual geography bee and nerves were high. Read More » 


In the February 2019 print edition




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