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In the November 2021 Print Edition

Oct 29, 2021 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Welcome to the November issue of the Bellingham Bulletin, the hometown newspaper that is mailed free of charge into all homes & businesses in Bellingham, and distributed throughout the region.  As always, we've included a wide variety of articles, from municipal to business (see our Business Feature Spotlight on Jessica's Family Child Care Center), to human interest stories about current Bellingham residents (such as Phyllis Calvey) and former residents (such as Toni Picariello, who had moved to South Carolina a few years ago, now sadly, has passed away because of complications from COVID-19).

Because we mail the paper each month free of charge, we have to rely on advertising revenue to operate; therefore, it is crucial to the continued success of the Bellingham Bulletin that you support our advertisers and let them know that you've seen their ads in the Bulletin. There are so many ways to advertise now that businesses need to know which ones work the best--so please let them know that their print ad in the town newspaper works!

Below are some highlights from the November issue. (To view the paper in it's entirety, scroll down and click in the bottom right corner of the blue box to open the November print edition. Press "Esc" to exit the PDF.)

Veterans Day Program Set for Nov 11 at Bellingham Library

Veterans Day Program Set for Nov. 11 at Bellingham Library

Bellingham’s ninth annual Veterans Day program is scheduled for Thursday, November 11, at 11 AM, at the Bellingham Public Library. Read More » 

 

3rd BHS Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Slated

3rd BHS Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Slated

Read IN ITS ENTIRETY this article about the third induction ceremony of the Bellingham High School Athletic Hall of Fame being held on November 19. Read More » 


Micky DeFosses has assumed the role of manager of Bellinghams Community Garden and Farmstand

Community Garden Closes Until Next Season

Bellingham’s Community Garden officially closed for the season on Halloween, but Garden Manager Micky DeFosses is wearing a happy face about the prospects for the coming year. Read More » 

 

Former Bulletin Sports Editor Ken Hamwey

Hamwey to Be Inducted into Millis Hall of Fame

Former Bellingham Bulletin Sports Editor Ken Hamwey is being honored with induction into Millis High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame for his years of dedication to covering local sports. Read More » 

 

November 2021 Print Edition of the Bellingham Bulletin:
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