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In the March 2021 Print Edition

Feb 25, 2021 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
The March issue of the Bellingham Bulletin features lots of interesting stories and informative articles to help you manage your day-to-day family life.

One year later, COVID-19 is still the major part of our lives, and vaccine shortages are prolonging the pandemic. At Bulletin deadline, the Bellingham Board of Health had no idea when it would receive a supply of the vaccine to administer to residents. But at least there is light at the end of the tunnel.  I think we can safely say that by next March, this will be behind us, except for those who have suffered the loss of loved ones, of course. Their lives will never be the same.  (And I think that some aspects of daily life will probably never return to the way they were before the novel coronavirus struck.)

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For your convenience, we include a digital version of the March issue here as well as the print edition that you should have received in the mail. Following are some highlights and beneath those, you'll see the PDF. (Click on the box in the bottom right corner to open it; press "Esc" to exit.) 

Matars Experience Key Asset in Her Role as TreasurerCollector

Matar’s Experience Key Asset in Her Role as Treasurer/Collector

Sandra Matar has been on the job as Bellingham’s Treasurer/Collector for only 3-1/2 months, but her transition into that role has been smooth. Matar worked the last eight years as Dedham’s.. Read More » 

 

Geology of the Blackstone Valley Attracts Almost 100 Attendees

“Geology of the Blackstone Valley” Attracts Almost 100 Attendees

The Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor and the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park hosted a skills workshop on the geology of the Blackstone Valley. Read More » 

 

Does This House Have Eyes and Ears

Does This House Have Eyes and Ears?

With the affordability and availability of a wide range of surveillance technology for the home, monitoring is becoming more and more common during showings. If your Realtor® knows about... Read More » 


Bellingham Senior Center Holds Unique Valentines Day Event

Bellingham Senior Center Holds Unique Valentine’s Day Event

Because COVID had eliminated the usual ways that celebrations have been held in the past, the Bellingham Senior Center decided to offer town seniors a Valentine’s Day Drive-by-Luncheon. Read More » 

 

Presidential Landmarks Presentation Given

Presidential Landmarks Presentation Given

Author David Kruh brought a lifetime of visiting historical sites to his virtual presentation on the topic of his and his father's book "Presidential Landmarks." Read More » 



Bellingham Hockey Overcomes 2 Shutdowns Basketball Players Score Awards

Bellingham Hockey Overcomes 2 Shutdowns, Basketball Players Score Awards

Even though the Bellingham Blackhawks Hockey Team played competitively, their final record this season was 0-9-2. The Boys Varsity Basketball team finished their abbreviated season, 2-8. Read More »


Bellingham Public Library Announces March News

Bellingham Public Library Announces March News

Earlier in the year, an increased number of COVID-19 cases prompted a return to curbside service for pickup of library materials. At Bulletin deadline, that was still the procedure. Read More » 

 

Bellingham Senior Center

A Look at March 2021 at the Bellingham Senior Center

Check here for a list of upcoming programs and activities slated in March at the Bellingham Senior Center as well as their calendar of ongoing programs. Read More » 


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