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2 WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 FEBRUARY 15, 2018 Classifieds ........................................................................... 17-20 Police Log ...................................................................................4 Real Estate .......................................................................... 17-20 Religious Notes ..........................................................................8 Seniors .......................................................................................6 Sports .................................................................................. 11-15 Now Accepting Applications for SUMMER DAY CAMP Ages 4.5 to 14 Jim Loscutoff’s CAMP EVERGREEN Our 55 th Year Providing a Wonderful Camping Experience for Boys & Girls in a Natural Forest Setting. 2 Pools • Softball • Tennis • Archery • Boating and More!!! Door to Door Transportation February & April School Vacation Camp Available www.campevergreen.com Phone: 978.475.2502 166 Jenkins Road, Andover, MA This camp complies with the regulations of the M.D.P.H. & is licensed by the Andover Board of Health. Pre-Schoolers Love Martial Arts Fun, Games, Adventure and the first steps toward: CONFIDENCE SELF-ESTEEM AND DISCIPLINE FREE INTRODUCTORY COURSE FREE UNIFORM with enrollment INDEX Town welcomes new conservation administrator By Adam Swift Editor The town has hired a new conservation administrator. Emilie Cademartori, the former Wenham town planner, will take over for long-time conservation administrator Betty Adelson. Adelson’s last day in the position was Jan. 31. “Emilie Cademartori worked most recently in an educational capacity,” said Robert Curtin, the interim town administrator. “From 2007 to 2016, she served in the town of Wenham as the town planner and her duties Have a story to share? Need a question answered? contactus@essexmedia.group included basically the duties of a conservation agent.” Cademartori is wellknown to Adelson, and she also worked with Lynnfield town Clerk Trudy Reid while Reid was in Wenham, Curtin said. “She comes highly recommended by all,” he said. Cademartori has a Master’s degree in marine and environmental science and a Bachelor’s degree in natural resources. “As much as we are disappointed at losing Betty as the conservation administrator, we’re happy to bring Emilie aboard,” said Curtin. LAG announces Jeff Fioravanti will demonstrate pastel painting John C. Olimpio CPA Certified Public Accountant • Attorney at Law 161 South Main Street Suite 307 • Middleton, MA 01949 • INCOME TAX RETURN PREPARATION • Estate Planning• Wills and Trust Preparation• Business Planning and Consulting •Financial Statements Preparation• Real Estate Transactions and Closings • Internal Revenue Service and Massachusetts Department of Revenue Matters • jcolimpio@verizon.net • www.olimpiolaw.com All Services Provided for Businesses and Individuals (Located across from Richardson’s Ice Cream) $9.99 978-750-6699 Neptune’s Roar by Jeff Fioravanti The Lynnfield Art Guild (LAG) is proud to announce that its 54th season continues with a demonstration by noted pastel artist cu on Thursday Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. in the all purpose room at the Lynnfield Senior Center, 525 Salem Street, Lynnfield. The artist describes himself as a life-long artist in many mediums who has always been interested in capturing his experiences and the world around him on paper or canvas. He is a member of the Saugus High School Athletic Hall Of Fame with a degree in Business Administration from Salem State College and a lifelong resident of Massachusetts. Mr. Fioravanti has studied with many local artists including Phil Perkins, co-founder of the Lynnfield Art Guild, Ruth Hagstrom, pastels, Rob Farris (oils) and Carolyn Latanision (watercolors). The artist is the recipient of numerous awards, including from the International Association of Pastel Societies Master Circle Recognition, the Pastel Society of NH, and Who’s Who in American Art. He is a frequent contributor of magazine and newspaper articles on art and his work has been chosen for book cover illustration. “Art pulls at me. The need to create is at times insatiable. … When I create my art, I attempt to not just render the scene but to bring an emotion, a feeling, that touches the viewer and brings to them the same experience that compelled me to create the piece, and hopefully leaves them with their own attachment to that place or a place very much like it from within their own heart and memory.” The public is encouraged to join the Guild members for this demonstration of art with refreshments First time participants • Boxing gloves with sign-up and artistic company for $5 (non-member fee) from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Membership in the Lynnfield Art Guild, open to crafts people, photographers and artists, with student and family memberships available, includes free attendance at all demonstrations and the ability to show in the annual May judged show on May 12th at the Meeting House, Lynnfield Center. Please visit our websitewww.lynnfieldarts.com and Facebook page (LynnfieldArts). For further information about membership or other aspects of the Lynnfield Art Guild, please call 781-334- 4333. We want to hear from you! Send us a letter at editor@weeklynews.net. Letters should be no more than 300 words. Find our Pets of the week and others at neas.org BRUCE MCCORRY’S MARTIAL ARTS Route 1 South, Newbury Street, Peabody Est. 1978 978-535-7878 www .brucemccorry.com

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