Medway & Millis February 2019


Medway & Millis February 2019








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Vol. 10 No. 2 Free to Every Home and Business Every Month February 2019

The Voice of Your Community

Medway Community Book

Read Looks at Impact of

Technology on Wellness

By J.D. O’Gara

Medway T.H.R.I.V.E.

(Tools: Health, Resiliency, Inclusiveness,

Vitality, Empowerment)

has come up with a new

way to address and promote

wellness not only among parents,

but among all community


“Up until this point,

what our group was

really focused

on was applied

through events or

speakers and presentations.


done films and that

sort of thing,” says

Ryan Sherman, Medway

Schools’ Health and Wellness

Director, but the T.H.R.I.V.E.

committee wanted to engage

those parents and others who

prefer not to necessarily participate

in live events.

The result? A community

book read. Members of the

Medway and surrounding

communities are encouraged

to read the first four chapters

and conclusion of IGen:

Why Today’s Super-Connected

Kids are Growing Up Less Rebellious,

More Tolerant, Less Happy

– and Completely Unprepared

for Adulthood,

by Jean M.

Twenge, Ph.D.,

sometime from

February 1st to

March 31st. At

the time of Local

Town Pages’ deadline,

two facilitated

community in April were


• April 2, 2019 at TC Scoops

6:30 start

• April 3, 2019 at Medway

Public Library at 6:30

As parents and educators,

we see large shifts in the rise

of adolescent anxiety and depression.

Screen time and rise

of social media have left kids


continued on page 4

Millis Fund to Launch

Annual Fund Drive

By J.D. O’Gara

What does it mean to help

your neighbor?

Organizers of the Millis Fund

know it as being there to help your

neighbors in their time of need.

In fact, that’s just why the Millis

Fund was created. The small nonprofit

has helped over 400 families

out of critical financial crises, due

to such issues as illness, accidents,

and family issues, since it was

begun 25 years ago, says Brooks

Corl, who is entering his 19th year

as treasurer for the organization.

Established in 1994, the Millis

Fund was created by volunteers

from four houses of worship in

Millis –St. Thomas the Apostle

Parish, Ael Chunon Congregation,

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

(which is now closed) and the

Church of Christ, Congregational.

The fund is supported through

private donations to provide

emergency financial aid to Millis

residents, for such items as rent,

utilities, medical costs, fuel, clothing

and other emergency needs.

“The Millis Fund helps Millis

families with financial emergencies

- usually arising from

something unexpected and shortterm,”

says Corl.” It’s everything;

it’s rent, it’s medical, it’s utilities –

when utilities become futilities.”

Corl adds that many events can

contribute to a sudden emergency


“It’s not hard for an illness,

an accident, or some other sort

of financial emergency or family

problem, things that are generally

very much unforeseeable, to tip

the scales,” he says.

Corl points out that some

founding principles of the Millis

Fund are complete confidentiality

for the family needing help,

that the fund pays the creditor

owed, that it does not help any

family more than once per year,

(and rarely would it support any

one family more than three times


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Saturday Morning Children’s

Music Series Launches in Millis

Elijah T. Grasshopper & Friends to Greet

Friends Aged 2-7 at Jasper Hill each Week

Hoppin’, dancin’, singin’ fun

will take place every Saturday

morning at Jasper Hill Restaurant

& Live Music Venue in Millis.

Like a Saturday morning live

kids’ TV show, Elijah T. Grasshopper

& Friends will mix super

cool, interactive kids’ music with

special guests, Emma the Go-Go

Green Bean, The Orange

Farmer and their puppet pals,

Willa the Worm and Weatherbee

Frog. Recommended for ages


A special brunch menu is

available that includes children’s

favorites. Seating starts at 10

a.m., Show time is 10:30 a.m.

Admission is $8 for parents, $6

for kids. Reservations recommended.

For more information on the

band, visit

For more information on Jasper

Hill Restaurant, at 270 Exchange

Street (Route 115), Millis,


Medway Community Education

Winter Programs

The winter months inspire us

to keep busy and active to ensure

our minds remain stimulated

and renewed. We have an array

of exciting programs for all ages

to make this happen. Youth can

enjoy swim lessons, first aid &

home alone safety, and a February

vacation sports program. Join

our adult programs for fitness, an

evening out, business or technology.

We have several new offerings

this winter that include step

aerobics, cardio boxing, marbled

note cards, floral design and an

organizational skills program.

Don’t forget to sign up to see

School of Rock in Providence,

a play to enjoy with the whole

family. Our programs are open

to residents from all surrounding

communities at no additional

charge. We offer a 15% discount

to senior citizens and active military

families for our classes. To

register or get more information,

please visit

or contact our office at (508) 533-

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New Tuition-Free Full-Day

Kindergarten Program a

Success at Medway Schools

Superintendent Armand

Pires is pleased to announce

that the Medway Public School

District’s newly implemented

tuition-free full-day kindergarten

program has been a success

so far this school year.

Prior to offering full-day kindergarten

tuition-free - which

began in the fall - parents who

wanted their children to attend

classes for the full-day had to

pay a tuition of $2,500. Halfday

kindergarten was offered at

no cost under the old system.

All students now attend the

full-day program and the halfday

program has been dissolved.

There are currently 147 students

enrolled in kindergarten this

school year.

“We wanted to remove that

barrier to make sure that all students

receive the same education

and class time as their peers,”

Superintendent Pires said. “Historically,

we’ve had about 85 percent

of the students enrolled in

the full-day K program. Meaning

that all but a small amount

of parents were electing to pay

to have their child in kindergarten

for the whole day. We believe

that all students should have

the ability to attend the full-day

program while taking away the

financial burden from parents.”

In March last year, the Medway

Board of Selectmen approved

allocating an additional

$500,000 into the school district’s

budget to pay for the cost

of offering tuition-free kindergarten.

The funds were made

available by an increase in the

Exelon power plant’s paymentin-lieu-of-taxes

(PILOT) agreement

with the town.

Superintendent Pires said that

the new program is here to stay

and the cost will be built into the

district’s operating budget in future


“We’ve gotten tremendous

feedback from parents and

teachers who are happy about

the change in the program,”

Superintendent Pires said. “For

the district, this was about more

than just dollars and cents. This

was about building equity in our

education system. We as educators

truly want all of our students

to be on even footing with their

classmates from the get go. Now,

all of our kindergartners are

starting in the same place and

learning at the same pace.”

A portion of the $500,000

added to the district budget went

toward ensuring that staffing and

material levels were adequate to

meet the needs of all kindergarten

students throughout the day.

Church of Christ to Hold

Free Community Dinner and

Game Night

The Church of Christ at 142

Exchange St., Millis will offer a

Free Community Dinner and

Game Night on Friday, February

8. Dinner is served at 6:30

p.m. Following the dinner, we

will have a fun night playing

board games and sharing conversation

and fellowship. All are

invited—there will be games for

all ages. Feel free to bring family,

friends and a favorite game! The

event is sponsored by the Men’s

Fellowship group and is held in

Fellowship Hall at the church.

For more information, please call

376-5034 or visit the website at


continued from page 1

overall,) and that The Millis

Fund is designed to relieve temporary

financial emergencies

only, not chronic needs.

The nine members of the

Board of Directors meet about

four or five times a year to plan

the fund drive, create the materials

and review the applications.

The annual mailing is

also donated, so just about all of

the funds donated to The Millis

Fund benefit Millis residents.

Board members take care to personally

contact each applicant.

”The average need has continued

to rise a bit year to year.

Living in general has gotten

more expensive, even for a small

town like Millis,” says Corl.

This month, the Millis Fund

holds its annual drive throughout

Millis, traditionally centering


family owned and operated for 45 years

around the NFL’s Super Bowl

Sunday – this year on February

3rd. Contributions are welcomed

at any time, however.

(Originally, a soup bowl was literally

passed through places of

worship to gather contributions

for the fund.)

Millis residents can apply for

assistance with a simple, onepage

application, up to once

a year. These are available at

the Millis Senior Center or the

Church of Christ (Congregational)

at 142 Exchange St., says

Corl, neither of which is affiliated

with the organization.

If you would like to help your

fellow residents in need, you can

send your donation to:

The Millis Fund, 142 Exchange

Street, Millis, MA 02054.

The fund is a 501 (c3) organization

and will provide a letter

of thanks, which could serve as

a receipt.

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Medway T.H.R.I.V.E. Community Read

You can borrow a copy of IGen: Why Today’s Super-Connected

Kids are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy –

and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood, by Jean M. Twenge,

Ph.D at the following locations in Medway.*

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feeling anxious or isolated in a

way that no other generation

has been exposed to,” says Sherman,

who points to the fact that

Medway has seen a rise in adolescent

mental health concerns

over the last ten years, including

a 48% increase in high school

students who felt “very” stressed

over the past 30 days. This rise in

student stress has correlated with

a steady increase in the percentage

of Medway middle and high

school students who spend three

or more hours online during an

average school day. Despite this

increase in childhood mental

health concerns a lack of understanding

regarding the connection

between screen time and

adolescent mental health issues

still exists as 63% of parents of

Medway High School students

do not have household rules

around social media use.

The book discussions will be

facilitated by parent volunteers.

Kirsten DeSorbo, a parent in

Medway, is one of those volunteers.

“I feel so lucky to live in a

community that is addressing

these issues of parenting, how to

connect more with your children

how to really be a better parent.

For me personally, I’m always

striving to be good at this job of

parenting - I’m constantly learning

and questioning myself am I

doing right by my children,” says

DeSorbo, who is listening to the

book on Audible right now. “I

have heard of the concern that

all of this technology is having

an effect on the way our children

operate in this world. You walk

into any restaurant now and they

have 20 TV’s gong. How do we

work well in this framework of

constantly digitized culture?”

The book chosen addresses

this very topic.

IGen, says Sherman, “puts a

frame around the kind of issues

we’re dealing with in ways many

of us haven’t thought of. When

you look at generations, Baby

Boomers, Gen X, Millennials –

there’s a sub-category of millennials

people born from 1994 on

(the author) labels ‘IGen.’

Basically, they’ve lived their

whole lives with Internet access,

grew up with cell phones more

than any other generation. She

looked at how this has affected

this sub generation, how they interact

socially, their mental health

and how technology has affected

both of those things.”

Ryan says the book is backed

up with data and shows how

some teen issues, such as drinking

and teen pregnancy, have

gone down.

“(The author) does a good

job illustrating how these kinds

of shifts not only relate to technology,

but things that have happened

in this generation, 9/11

and a shift in parenting that led

them to grow up much slower

and more protected. They’re

staying home more, not learning

to drive as early, are more likely

to stay home and watch Netflix

with their parents than interact

socially. We have much more

fears for our children than our

parents did for us,” says Sherman.

Sherman says the T.H.R.I.V.E.

committee hopes the community

book read might encourage “informal

discussions while you’re

standing at the sidelines of that

basketball or soccer game, or

outside your child’s musical. ‘Hey,

did you read this book?’ Maybe

discussion could take place outside

the event,” he says.

Medway Public Library

26 High St., Medway

*These locations were

confirmed at Local Town

Pages’ deadline. Check the

Medway T.H.R.I.V.E. Facebook

page for additional participating


Books will be available to borrow

at various locations around


“We have several businesses

in Medway that have agreed to

let us put up a description of the

book read and have the book at

their businesses,” says Sherman.

The books were purchased with

funding from a grant from the

Medway Foundation for Education.

People can borrow the

book and even highlight what

they find important for the next

readers when they bring the

book back. “Hopefully, each

copy gets read three or four

times,” says Sherman.

The event, he says, is not just

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Can You Help Solve a Mystery?

“In June 1993, my husband’s

grandmother went to her sister’s

burial in Millis. Sometime later I

was given a small photo album of

pictures taken at the burial and

of course, none of the pictures

were labeled …

I would like to know who the

woman is in (the first picture).

She is also in a group in (the second

picture), sitting on the right

behind and beside a younger

woman. The only woman I

know in (the second picture) is

Edna Mae (Smith) Congdon who

is sitting in the center. She grew

up in Millis, and I am hoping

that the other women are from

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Revolutionary Life-Saving School Safety Technology

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Medway Public School officials

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Millis Residents Look to Help

Sometimes we all need a hand

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chores, something to help get us

through those pesky bumps in the

road. Following a recent conversation

about how we might help

furloughed government workers

in our town, begun by Danielle

Simoneau Wainwright, a number

of Millis residents have begun

exploring the possibility of beginning

a Millis Neighbor Brigade.

The group held meeting’s on

January 17th and 29th and are

planning another meeting in

February. Visit the “Millis Neighbor

Brigade” page on Facebook

to learn about upcoming events

and to join in the conversation

of neighbors banding together

to help other neighbors through

a crisis.

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The software application

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the means to launch an alert

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than minutes, with the current

911 system. The alert will be sent

directly to the dispatch center,

police cruisers and cell phones of

officers with specific information,

including the room of origin.

Additionally, it opens a two-way

chat dialogue, in real-time, allowing

staff to communicate details

of the threat to first responders.

Moreover, first responders are

provided access to Floor Plans,

IP-based camera feeds and other

emergency detailed information

to help them plan the best course

of action.

The product’s presence spans

the Commonwealth, exceeding

60 communities and maintains a

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State Police. Several communities

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area have also signed up, including

most recently Arlington. To

date, the city of Worcester has

deployed the technology in most

of its public schools, with the

intentions of adding more next

year. IN FORCE911 has already

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“We recognize the need to

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Theatre Group of

Millis to Present Free

Play at Millis Public


64 Tri-County Students Receive

John and Abigail Adams


Sixty-four seniors at Tri-

County Regional Vocational

Technical High School qualified

to receive the John and Abigail

Adams Scholarship for their performance

on the Massachusetts

Comprehensive Assessment System


The John and Abigail Adams

Scholarship provides a tuition

waiver for up to eight semesters

of undergraduate education at

a Massachusetts state college or


The students were recognized

on Monday, January 7th, during

a celebratory reception in the

school’s library.

Recipients from the Class of

2019 from local towns are:


Perrin Aube, Michael Barba,

Emily Doherty, Morgan Dowd-

Allan, Rachel Gordon, Amy

Keigwin, and Antonio Mendonca


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Kyra Dolan, Avery Fiero, Steven

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Bethany Bruno, Joseph Capuzzo,

Jakob O’Gara, and Kasandra


The scholarship provides up

to eight semesters of free tuition

to full-time undergraduate students

who attend a Massachusetts

state college or university.

The scholarship covers tuition

only; fees and room and board

are not included. The scholarship

must be used within six years

of a student’s high school graduation.

To be eligible, students in the

Class of 2019 had to achieve an

Advanced score on one of the

three high school state assessment

tests in ELA, Mathematics

or STE, and score at the Proficient

level or higher on the two

remaining tests. Their combined

scores must also place them

among the top 25-percent of

students in the graduating class

within their district.

13 Things about Ed Carpolotti to Be

Presented Saturday, Feb. 23rd, 7:30 p.m.

The Theatre Group of Millis

will present their third free workshop

play, 13 Things about Ed Carpolotti,

by Barry Kleinbort, based

on a play by Jeffrey Hatcher, at

the Millis Public Library, 961

Main Street, Millis at 7:30 p.m.,

Saturday, February 23rd. Donations

are kindly accepted.

The one-woman play presents

Virginia Carpolotti, a recent

widow, who discovers that

her husband Ed’s business had

been failing for years. As president

of his company, she finds

herself on the hook for almost

$2 million borrowed from a loan

shark. The vultures surround

her, demanding repayment immediately,

when a blackmail

note arrives from an anonymous

villain, demanding an additional

$1 million or else 13 AWFUL

THINGS about her husband

would be revealed to the world.

The play features Christine

Glynn of Framingham and is

directed by Barbara Brashier

of Milford. Following the play,

a meet and greet will take place

with the actress, director and

Theatre Group of Millis staff.

The play is presented by special

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Medway Community Farm 2019

Vegetable Shares Now Open



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growing season. The

farm, located at 50 Winthrop

Street, sells shares as part

of its Community Supported

Agriculture, or CSA, program

in which members pay ahead of

time at a discount and pick up

vegetables weekly throughout

the spring, summer and fall. The

farm has opened up its membership

in time for February

22, which is National

CSA Sign-up Day.

Medway Community

Farm is a nonprofit

that provides locally

grown food to Medway

and the surrounding area, as

well as robust educational programs

through the school system

and summer offerings.

Despite the winter weather, it’s

important for community members

to sign up now, according to

Seth Terramane, Farm Manager

at MCF. “CSA is designed to

help both the farm and the folks

we feed,” Terramane says. “By

signing up now, our community

ensures that we’re able to have

an influx of cash when we need

it most, allowing us to buy seed

and hire workers. The people

who sign up get the vegetables

at a discount as a thank you for

helping us out.” Terramane took

over the farm in January 2018.

The growing season for the

farmers begins in February, although

food pickups don’t start

until May for the Spring shares

and June for the Summer shares.

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to sign up early to

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Dean College Receives Davis Educational Foundation Grant

Dean College has been

awarded $180,150 from the

Davis Educational Foundation.

The grant will support the proposal

titled The Bulldog Experience:

Curriculum and Career Integration,

which will create a robust, connective

four-year framework that

integrates career preparation

with the curriculum and co-curriculum.

This project recognizes the

need for formalized career preparation

to support every student’s

career exploration and achievement

of career-building accomplishments

before graduation.

“Dean College is thrilled to

receive funding from the Davis

Educational Foundation,” says

Project Co-Director Wendy

Adler, Associate Vice President,

Student Success and Career

Planning. “We are committed

to providing our students with

a quality education that will last

beyond their time here,” adds

Melissa Read, Assistant Vice

President, Academic Affairs and

Project Co-Director.

For more information about

the Davis Educational Foundation,

visit www.davisfoundations.


About Dean College

Dean College is a private,

residential New England college

grounded in a culture and tradition

that all students deserve the

opportunity for academic and

personal success. A uniquely

supportive community for more

than 150 years, Dean has woven

together extensive student support

and engagement with exceptional

teaching and innovative

campus activities. Our graduates

are lifetime learners who thrive

in their careers, embrace social

responsibility and demonstrate

leadership. This is The Dean

Difference. To learn more, visit:

Registration Now Open

for 4th Annual MFE

Dodgeball Tournament,

March 23rd

Registration for the 4th annual

“Dodging 4 School” Dodgeball

sTournament is now open.

The popular event sponsored

by the Medway Foundation for

Education will be held on Saturday,

March 23rd, 2019 from

11 a.m. -7 p.m. at the Medway

Middle School, 45 Holliston St.

Medway, MA.

This is an all ages tournament.

Teams from outside of Medway

are welcome. For children, the

tournament will be broken down

into grade divisions; grades 1-2,

3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-12.

Adult teams are for participants

18 years and older.

All teams are encouraged to

wear costumes and come up with

a team name.

Cost is $160 per team of 8

players. Deadline for registration

is March 10th.

First and second place winners

will be recognized in each

division. Prizes will be given in

each division for first place and

best team costume, so get creative

and sign your team up now

by going to!

For questions, email us at

or find

us on

Foundation for Education.

Radio station MyFM 101.3

will be broadcasting their Saturday

Morning sports show

MyFM Sports LIVE from the

tournament from 11 a.m. -1

p.m. Refreshments will be available

all day.

Come join the fun!

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The Davis Educational Foundation,

established as a public

charitable foundation in 1985,

supports the undergraduate

programs of public and private,

regionally accredited, baccalaureate

degree granting colleges

and universities throughout the

six New England states. Elisabeth

K. Davis and Stanton W.

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after Mr. Davis’s retirement as

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Millis MERIT Announces 2018 Grant Awards

During their last Board Meeting

of 2018, Millis Educational

Resources Initiative Team,

MERIT, reviewed grant applications

submitted by Millis

Public School teachers and staff

members. Each year, MERIT

welcomes applications from

teachers, administrators and

residents for proposals that address

curriculum-related learning

projects. These projects should

enhance and improve the educational

services of the Millis Public

School system.

M.E.R.I.T. has established the

following criteria when prioritizing

applications for awards:

• The proposal is a curriculum-enhancing


not typically funded by the

school budget.

• The proposal employs innovative

methods and

techniques to inform and


• The proposal has a direct

impact on the largest number

of current and future


• The proposal encourages

professional staff development.

• The proposal shows the most

promise for significantly

strengthening the educational


“Our December meeting is always

our favorite meeting of the

year,” said Theresa Mahoney,

President. “It is exciting to see

what innovative ideas our teachers,

staff, and administrators have

for the children of Millis. After a

year of fundraising, it is exciting

to see what the generosity of our

supporters and hard work of our

volunteers is able to provide for

the students and the schools in

the coming year.”

MERIT is a non-profit,

state-chartered, local education

fund founded in 1991 and run

by volunteers including Millis

parents and community members.

Nearly $300,000 has been

granted to enhance the Millis

School System curriculum since

its founding.

Grant awards recipients and

their grant titles for the 2018

grant cycle include:

• Dave Fallon, International

WWII Museum Field Trip

• Allie Sears, Vocational Office

Skills Project

• Patsy Divver, Read, Relax and


• Erin Sullivan, Project Safe


• David DiGiammerino,

STEM Integration

• Kelly Rao, Yoga and Wellness

for Girls

• Molly Saccardo & Michelle

Hurvitz, Creating a Multi-

Sensory, Multi-Movement Needs


• Lance Benham & Michelle

Shepardson, Project Claw

• Janet Shockley & Michelle

Panciocco, Biome & Resilient

House Building Project

• Sharon Monaghan, The

Walking Classroom

• Kristen Botelho, Q Ball

Classroom Microphone

MERIT would not be able to

provide these grant awards without

community support. MERIT

is always looking for donations,

volunteers, and corporate sponsors.

For more information on

how educators are progressing

with their grant awards and how

you can become involved, please

follow MERIT on Facebook®


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Dean College Presents: Our Town,

February 28- March 3, 2019

The School of the Arts at

Dean College will perform Our

Town, beginning Thursday, February

28 through Sunday, March

3, 2019.

Eighty years after the first performances

of Thornton Wilder’s

Our Town, the play remains one

of the most beloved and performed

theatrical works of the

last century. The well-known

story of life, love, and death still

appeals to audiences of all ages

and cultures. Wilder believed

that that our true lives are lived in

the imagination and the memory

and although today’s society is

radically different, his minimalist

play has remained relevant

through its ability to capture “the

universal experience of being


The Dean College production

of Our Town will take place in the

Main Stage in the Campus Center

at Dean College, 109 West

Central Street, Franklin at 7:30

p.m. Thursday – Saturday and

2:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

General admission is $22, Seniors

$12 and Children $7.

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February 2019 Medway & Millis Local Town Pages Page 11

Living Healthy

Time for Cataract Surgery? Ask the Smart Questions

By: Roger M. Kaldawy, M.D.

Milford Franklin Eye Center

Cataract surgery is by far

the most common surgery performed

in the United States.

With advanced technology and

if you choose an experienced

and highly skilled surgeon, modern

cataract surgery should be

a rather quick outpatient and a

minimal risk procedure. If you

are considering cataract surgery,

your expectations should not

only be to improve your vision,

reduce glare at night, see brighter

and more vivid colors and improve

your day to day activities,

but you should also be given an

opportunity to reduce your dependence

on glasses or contacts

and in many cases eliminate this

need. Nowadays, many choices

exist on where to have the surgery

and by whom. Here are the

specific questions to ask when

you are trying to select the ideal

surgical centers, resources, experience,

skills and outcomes as

you make the critical decision of

who will perform your cataract


1. Why are you referring me

to this surgeon? Many eye

care providers and more specifically

optometrists will want

you to travel miles or hours

away from home to have

your surgery with a particular

surgeon of their choice. Of

course, they may claim that

the surgeon they are sending

you to is the best or the equipment

used is the best. You

may wonder why they are

doing this when you have an

experienced surgeon within

minutes from where you live

and when this top-notch surgeon

with excellent nationwide

reputation will perform

your surgery in a state-of-theart

surgery center in the same

area where you live. In fact,

this center has better equipment

that may not even exist

in the center your optometrist

wants you to go to. Beware referral

bias: Ask this provider

if there is a business relationship

linking him/ her as an

optometrist with the surgeon

and more specifically if that

provider will benefit from a

financial agreement linked to

his referral to that far away

surgeon he/ she wants you to

go to.

2. What type of anesthesia am

I going to get? With modern

cataract surgery, most surgeries

should be completed

under topical anesthesia and

local sedation. Local sedation

means that the anesthesiologist

will give you minimal

sedation, allowing you to

recover your activities after

surgery almost immediately

with little or no health risk.

Topical anesthesia means

that the surgery eye becomes

numb with drops. No need

for injections or shots around

or behind your eye. No shots

will reduce the risk of bleeding

and serious complications

from the shots. Also, shots require

deeper anesthesia, and

this can leave you at risk from

the same. Ask your referring

optometrist about the techniques

of the surgeon he/ she

wants to send you to and how

your procedure will be performed.

If or not a shot will

be done around or behind

your eye and who will do it

should be discussed with you

before the procedure and you

should be able to consent to

it, and not just assume that is

part of the surgery.

3. What are the risks? One of

the most dreaded risks of

cataract surgery is accidental

damage to the posterior

capsule, which is the back

wall of the bag holding your

lens. The best practices have

a rupture rate of 2 to 4 per

thousand cases. The source

of this information should

be credible, and ideally made

available by an independent

review committee in a surgery

center. Ask your referring

optometrist about his/

her surgeon of choice complication

rate and how this is

monitored. Does the surgeon

have an independent review

committee in his/ her center

to validate this rate?

4. What is the rate of infections

in your center? Another

potentially devastating

risk of cataract surgery is an

infection inside the eye called

“endophthalmitis”. Ask your

referring optometrist about

his/her surgeon of choice

percentage of patients getting

this infection in the center

they send you to for your

operation. The source of this

information, again, should

be credible, and ideally made

available by an independent

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Living Healthy

Millis Senior Center Programs and Events for February

The Millis Senior Center is

located at 900 Main Street on

the ground floor of the Veterans

Memorial building. The telephone

number is (508) 376-7051.

The Center is open Monday-

Wednesday, 8:30- 2 p.m. Thursday,

8:30-1 p.m. and Fridays,

8:30-12:30 p.m.

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guitar and clarinet/trumpet

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serving a variety of homemade

quiches. There will also be gluten

free, lactose free and vegetarian

options available. Please make

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microbiome and how this intestinal

environment impacts many

important processes in our body.

She will discuss what factors adversely

impact this gut flora as

well as the factors which help

it flourish, namely the foods we

eat. She will also cover prebiotic

and probiotics that help improve

our gut health. Please join us on

Thursday, February 7th at 10

a.m. Reservations not necessary,

but appreciated.

Volunteer needed!

We are looking for a volunteer

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Tasty Tuesday

We will be serving pizza and

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Monday before the luncheon

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Podiatrist, Dr. Cooper

Wednesday, February 6th

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would like a home visit please call

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his list. $30 at the Center and $50

for a home visit.

Blood Pressure Clinic

Volunteer Nurses provide

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Thursday from 11-12.

Computer Tutoring

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Thursday from 10-12 for your

one on one computer tutoring.

Appointments are required.

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Living Healthy


continued from page 11

5. Where will the surgery be

performed? Different centers

have different equipment

and resources. For instance,

Massachusetts has only few

centers offering bladeless cataract

surgery. Bladeless laser

assisted surgery should be an

option if you want to reduce

dependence on glasses and

treat low grades of astigmatism

at the same time as your

cataract surgery. This technology

can also soften the cataract

if it is dense and thick,

allowing a safer and better

outcome as it is the case in

a specific eye disease called

Fuch’s dystrophy. Ask your referring

optometrist about his/

her surgeon of choice ability

to offer this technology.

6. What type of advanced technology

is available at the

center? A state-of-the-art surgery

center should offer better

technology. For instance, a

technology called ORA can

allow the surgeon to adjust

the power of the lens implant

placed in the eye while you

are having the surgery. This is

critical if you had LASIK before.

This technology has the

added benefit to reduce errors

in the implant power calculations

and improve chances of

reducing your need for glasses

after surgery. Ask your referring

optometrist about his/

her surgeon of choice ability

to offer this technology and if

it is available in his/ her center.

7. What type of implant am I

going to get? Different lens

implants can be used during

cataract surgery with different

materials, quality and ability

to reduce your need for

glasses. A lower cost does not

always translate into savings

as cost depends not only on

the implant used, but also the

technology used to measure

your eye before the surgery.

Ask your referring optometrist

about his/her surgeon choice

of implants he/ she uses and

what technology is used to accurately

measure your eye.

8. Will my need to wear glasses

be reduced? Cataract surgery

is a wonderful opportunity

to limit or eliminate

your need for glasses. As the

surgeon removes the cataract,

there is an opportunity to replace

the cloudy lens with a

special high tech implant able

to achieve this goal. The new

bladeless laser assisted surgery

offers the opportunity to correct

astigmatism at the same

time as the surgery, allowing

the lens implants to correct

for distance, near and everything

in between. This is now

even easier to achieve with the

new state-of-the-art Symfony

Toric implants. Ask your referring

optometrist about his/

her surgeon of choice ability

to access those implants,

achieve this goal and how

often is this achieved.

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Tri-County Regional Awarded

$123,115 in Mass. Skills Capital Grant

Tri-County Regional Vocational

Technical High School is

pleased to announce it has been

awarded $123,115 from the

2019 Massachusetts Skills Capital

Grant to expand its Metal

Fabrication program. The grant

will allow integration opportunities

between the Engineering and

Metal Fabrication career programs.

The Skills Capital Grant Program

awards grants to support

vocational/technical training, upgrades

and expansion of career

technical education, and training

of high-quality career pathway

programs that are aligned with

regional economic and workforce

development priorities for

in-demand industries.

Tri-County was among 31

educational institutions in Massachusetts

that were recently

awarded workforce skills capital

grants enabling the schools to

acquire the newest technologies

to educate students and expand

programs. Skills Capital Grants,

which are administered through

Gov. Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn

Polito’s office, are designed to

help high schools, colleges and

other educational institutions

invest in the most up-to-date

training equipment to give their

students an advantage when they

continue in their chosen field

or particular area of study. The

awards cover a broad range of

fields, from construction and engineering

to healthcare and hospitality.

Tri-County will boost enrollment

capacity in its Metal Fabrication

program and enhance

hands-on technical instruction to

provide students with the knowledge

needed for manufacturing

jobs in the region. Funding will

upgrade the training facilities

with industry-standard equipment

and give students access to

a power roll, an ironworker, an

industrial sanding belt, and two

virtual welders. The program will

support adult students enrolled in

evening training courses, offered

in collaboration with the region’s

MassHire board.

“Skills Capital Grants impact

the education of thousands of

young people across the Commonwealth

and give them new

opportunities and skills for a successful

future,” Baker said. “We

are proud of the 10,000 new seats

that have been added to these

programs across Massachusetts

and we look forward to continuing

our work with schools and

teachers to give more students

the experience and knowledge

that employers demand.”

“The funding we have received

from this Skills Capital

Grant will be vital to expanding

our Metal Fabrication program

and will give more students the

experience and skill set that employers

demand,” said Superintendent

Stephen Dockray. “We

are grateful and honored to have

been awarded this grant by the

Baker-Polito administration and

are looking forward to seeing our

students graduate with the competitive

edge needed to compete

for exciting career opportunities.”

Pictured from left-right are: Secretary of Housing and Economic

Development Mike Kenneal, Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical

High School Metal Fabrication Instructor Robert Pierangeli, Tri-County

Regional Vocational Technical High School Vocational Director Cathy

Rebelo, Governor Charlie Baker.

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St. Joseph’s Youth

Group Celebrates

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February Library

Programs at the

Millis Public Library

The theme for Millis Reads

this year is Read about…the

Immigrant Experience. We are

kicking off the Millis Reads

programming with a visit from

the experts at the Immigrant

Learning Center who will be

presenting a program about Immigration

in Massachusetts on

Wednesday, February 13th at 6

p.m. in the Roche Bros. Room.

Silver Screen Matinees are

held on Fridays at 1 p.m. in the

Roche Bros. Community Room.

Great movies—new and classic!

Free popcorn and snacks!

February films are:

FEB 1: (NR); 107 MIN; 1961

Madison Ave ad execs snare clients

from each other and pull

out all the stops to come out the


FEB 8: (R); 96 MIN; 1997 A

senator’s aide finds love while on

a business trip to Ireland.

FEB 15: (PG); 100 MIN; 2010

A young woman decides to propose

to her boyfriend in Ireland

on leap day, where tradition

forces him to accept.



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Calendar of Events

February 1

Silver Screen Matinee, 1 p.m.,

Millis Public Library, 961 Main

St., Millis, (NR); 107 MIN;

1961 Madison Ave ad execs

snare clients from each other

and pull out all the stops to

come out the winner. (508) 376-

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Chris McDermott Band, 8-11

p.m., Jasper Hill, 270 Exchange

St., Millis,,

Admission $10, all


February 2

Mick Lawless and the Reckless

Hearts, 8-11 p.m., Jasper

Hill, 270 Exchange St., Millis,,

Free show,

all ages welcome

February 4

Network of Enterprising

Women meeting, 8:30-10:30

a.m., Cheryl Cohen Mosaics,

360 Woodland St. 2nd floor,

Holliston, speaker is Daniele

Sarkisian of Relaxation Creation,

free for first time attendees

and members, $20 all

others, visit

or email

February 7

The State of Massachusetts

Wildlife, 7-8 p.m., Medway Public

Library, 26 High St., Medway,

for adults, teens and older

middle schoolers, features naturalist

from Mass Audubon’s

Blue Hills Trailside Museum &

Norman Smith Environmental

Education Center. Registration

preferred but walk-ins welcome.

(508)533-3217 or www.

February 8

Silver Screen Matinee, 1 p.m.,

Millis Public Library, 961 Main

St., Millis, (R); 96 MIN; 1997

A senator’s aide finds love while

on a business trip to Ireland.

(508) 376-8282 or millislibrary.


Dinner & Game Night, Millis

Church of Christ, 142 Exchange

St., Millis, dinner at 6:30 followed

by board games and


Dwayne Haggins Band,

8-11 p.m., Jasper Hill, 270

Exchange St., Millis, www., Free

show, all ages welcome

February 9

Roadhouse Strangers,

8-11 p.m., Jasper Hill, 270

Exchange St., Millis, www.,

Free show, all ages welcome

February 13

TED Talk: Epigenetics: Is

There a “Ghost” in Your Genes?

with Gary C. Harris, Professor

Emeritus, Wellesley College, 11

a.m. at Medway Senior Center,

76 Oakland St., Medway

Ralph Graham, 8-10 p.m.,

Jasper Hill, 270 Exchange St.,


Admission $10, all ages welcome

February 14

A Special Valentine’s Acoustic

Hoedown, hosted by Chris Fitz

& Steve Dineen, 8-11 p.m.,

Jasper Hill, 270 Exchange St.,

Millis, Free show, reservations

recommended--call (508)794-


February 15

Silver Screen Matinee, 1 p.m.,

Millis Public Library, 961 Main

St., Millis, (PG); 100 MIN;

2010 A young woman decides

to propose to her boyfriend

in Ireland on leap day, where

tradition forces him to accept.

(508) 376-8282 or millislibrary.


Willie J. Laws Band, 8-11 p.m.,

Jasper Hill, 270 Exchange St.,

Millis, www.williejlawsband.

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Blood Drive, 11:30 a.m. – 5:30

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February 19

Rolie Polie Guacamole concert,

2:30 p.m., kid- and adultfriendly

rock show, Medway

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Baxter Hall, 8-10 p.m., Jasper

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February 20

Gary Bernath, 8-10 p.m., Jasper

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Erin Harpe & the Delta Swingers,

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The Theatre Group of Millis

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Carpolotti, by Barry Kleinbort,

one-woman play, at the Millis

Public Library, 961 Main

Street, Millis at 7:30 p.m. Free.

BJ Magoon & Driving Sideways,

8-11 p.m., Jasper Hill, 270

Exchange St., Millis, free show,

all ages

February 27

Dwayne Higgins, 8-10 p.m.,

Jasper Hill, 270 Exchange St.,

Millis, free show, all ages


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Tri-County Metal Fabrication

Students Build Battering Rams for

the Massachusetts State Police

When a hostile situation occurs,

speed of entry may be

the most important aspect to

gain control and ensure optimal

safety. Tactical entry equipment,

also known as Battering Rams,

allow police to quickly gain access

to both criminals and to victims

during rescue operations.

Recently, the Massachusetts

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- STOP Team received thirteen

one-man Battering Rams

designed and fabricated by students

in the Metal Fabrication

career program at Tri-County

Regional Vocational Technical

High School.

Beat the Winter Blues

at the Medway

Senior Center

“Oakland Café at the

Senior Center”

Breakfasts on Wednesday

from 7 – 9 a.m. $3 per meal

Walk in Welcomes

Lunch Served Tuesday and

Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. –

12:30 p.m.

Daily Specials, sandwiches,

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Transportation is available

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Thursday, February 7th - 7-8 p.m.

Interested in learning more

about the coyotes and other wildlife

you have been hearing and

seeing? Come to The State of Massachusetts

Wildlife, presented by a

naturalist from Mass Audubon’s

Blue Hills Trailside Museum &

Norman Smith Environmental

Education Center. You will

learn about recent research on

changes in wildllife populations

and distribution, meet two live

representatives of species that are

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Theresa M.

( M o r t o n )

Cousens 89,

of Millis, died

peacefully at her

home in the care

of her son and

daughter on Saturday December 1,

2018. She was the wife of the late

Allen V. Cousens.

A resident of Millis since 1955,

Theresa was born in Milton a

daughter of the late Windfield C.

and Philomena (Sampson) Morton.

Prior to her retirement, she

had been employed by the Town

of Millis Assessors Department for

30 years.

Theresa is survived by her

daughter, Janine C. Souza and her

husband Robert of Kennebunk

Maine; her son Michael Cousens of

Millis, five grandchildren and three

great grandchildren.

Dolores Dawson died peacefully

Wednesday, December 26,

2018, at her home surrounded

by her loving family. She was 97

years old. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,

she was the daughter of the

late Percy and Martha (Brozowski)


Dolores was an accomplished

cake decorator and did so professionally,

she sewed clothing and

home fashions, painted, and loved

entertaining family and friends.

She was generous with her time

and talents.

Dolores is survived by her children,

Quinton Dawson and his wife

Joanne of Whately, MA; Lynn Lein

and her husband Robert of Exeter,

NH; and Martha Linnell and her

husband Arthur of Millis, MA. She

is also survived by 3 grandchildren,

4 great grandchildren and many

nieces and nephews.

Peter Johnson,


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we wanted and more. Palm Coast,

ou were walking into FL & Millis,

munity bank,

MA, was born

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in Amsterdam,

NY in 1936. An alumnus of Nott

y we are at

Terrace HS, class of 1954, he graduated

Magna Cum Laude from Bry-

iver Bank.

ant College (now University), in

Smithfield, RI, with his accounting

degree. He began his career at

Arthur Anderson accounting firm

and was subsequently hired by the

Sheraton Hotel Corp, travelling the

world & rising to the position of

Vice President of Taxes, before his

retirement, 22 years ago. A passionate

motorcyclist for most of his life,

in retirement, he also loved “Geocaching.”

He was pre-deceased by his first

wife, Sandra (Miller) but considered

himself blessed to find and

marry, the love of his life, Meredith

(MacAuley) in 1991. He was a remarkable

dad to Valerie LaCount

of Chelsea & her husband, Kevin

and Erick Johnson of Weymouth &

his fiancee, Liz Metcalf. He was way

more than a step-dad to Melissa

Conroy of Franklin & her husband,

Tom, Elin Newton of Holly Springs,

NC, and Brittany Hardiman of Medfield

& her husband Brian. He was

the loving “Grumpy” to Branigan

Reed, her husband Dewayne, and

his great grandson, Vaugn, Damien

Dakotah LaCount, Kelsey, Ashley,

Emily, & Lindsey Conroy, and Molly,

Charlie, & Willy Hardiman. He is also

survived by his extended family,

friends, & neighbors in Massachusetts

& Florida.

Should you choose, donations

may be made to the Ronald Mc-

Donald House Charities https://, or to a charity that

has meaning to you.

Edward F. Mc-

Bride was born

in Brockton, MA

on November 3,

1934 to the late

Walter and Rose

Alma (Lessard) McBride, he moved

to Millis as a young teen to live with

his aunt and uncle, the late William

and Irene Flynn, where he attended

Millis Public Schools. It was

there that he met his wife, the late

Marie (Sokoloski) McBride.

Edward served in the U.S. Marine

Corps from 1953 to 1956, and

then went on to be employed as a

Quality Inspector at Metal Bellows

Corp, a company specializing in

aerospace/medical devices and

military defense industries, Sharon,

MA, where he would spend his entire

work career.

An enthusiastic outdoorsman,

he enjoyed hiking, camping, and

canoeing, remaining active until

late in his life and was an avid lover

of animals. He enjoyed riding and

working on his many motorcycles.

He leaves behind his three sons:

Edward, and wife Diane, Mark and

wife Day, and Daniel, all of Millis,

along with his five grandchildren.

He also leaves behind his two

brothers, James McBride of Raynham,

MA and Richard McBride of

Atlanta, Georgia.

To honor Edward and his love of

the outdoors and animals, memorials

may be made in his memory to

either The Trustees of the Reservation,

Boston, MA or MSPCA-Angell,

Boston, MA.

Our Ad & Editorial Deadline is

the 15th of each month, for the

following month’s issue.

John David

Reilly, 84, of Millis,

MA, peacefully


away Saturday,

December 29,

2018 at home

surrounded by his family. Son

of the late Elwood and Margaret

Reilly, John was born and raised in

Auburndale, MA, and graduated

from Newton High School. He

met his wife, Gertrude Ruth Bussey

and the two were married in 1956.

John graduated with a BS in Marketing

from New Hampshire College.

John and Ruth raised their

four children in Newton before

moving to Millis in the early 1990s.

John pursued a career in marketing

and sales holding several executive

positions at GTE Sylvania,

Harris Corporation, and Digital

Equipment Corporation from the

1960s through the 1980s. For the

past 30 years, John ran a highly

successful consulting firm with



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Millis’ Clark Aiming for State Crown in Girls’ Basketball


Staff Sports Writer

Abby Clark came close on two

occasions to being part of a State

championship basketball team.

Now, she’s eager to return to the

finals and finish the job.

The Millis High senior captain,

who led the Mohawks’ in

scoring and rebounding last year,

has set some lofty goals for her

final season and one of them is to

win the Division 3 State crown.

“First, we want to try to win

the Tri Valley League Small Division

title,’’ Clark said. “Then we

want to qualify for the tourney

and win the State playoffs. The

goals are realistic, even though

we’re a young team. We’ve got

talent, and if we play solid defense

and compete with a sense of

urgency, we can go all the way.’’

As a freshman, Clark was

called up to the varsity as the

Mohawks aimed for their third

straight State title. Unfortunately,

Cathedral won the

crown. A year later, in Clark’s

sophomore season, Millis bowed

out again, this time in the State

semifinals to Quaboag. And,

last season, the Mohawks were

eliminated in the first round of

the Sectional playoffs.

So, it’s not surprising that the

17-year-old power forward, who’s

been a TVL all-star in basketball

and volleyball, would like to turn

her past disappointments into a

more euphoric ending. Winning

two Sectional hoop championships

isn’t exactly chopped liver,

but when those two seasons concluded

with losses in the States, it

left Clark feeling empty.

“I wish we could have persevered

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she said. “We were a bit nervous,

but if we pushed ourselves

to the limit, maybe we could have

prevailed. But, this is a new season

and we can aim high.’’

Coach Dave Fallon is bullish

on his 5-foot-11 star, who

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“She’s a threat down low because

of her size, and she can shoot

outside. A tri-captain, she leads

by example.’’

Clark is relying on a variety of

strengths to elevate Millis, which

has a 9-0 record so far. She’s mentally

tough, has excellent court

awareness, communicates well,

can shoot threes and she plays

strong defense. “I can improve my

quickness,’’ she noted. “My footwork

and hands can be faster.’’

Aggressive under the basket

when she’s battling for position,

Clark is more deliberate when


Her best game was against

Douglas in the Sectional championship

game when she was a

sophomore. “I had a career high

of 21 points,’’ she recalled. “It

was an amazing experience and

playing at Worcester Polytech’s

arena made it all the more enjoyable.

My top thrill in basketball

was being named a captain. The

team has great chemistry, and

I’m excited to have the chance to

provide leadership and support

to a great group of talented players.

We had a difficult season last

year, particularly in the playoffs,

in our first season ever in Division

3. This year, we’re ready to

tackle Division 3.

Clark has high praise for Millis

other senior captains — shooting

guard Riley Donovan and

forward Meg Cullen. “Riley has

great court vision, and she’s strong

on offense,’’ Clark said. “A quality

leader, she’s very positive. Meg is

aggressive at the basket, and she’s

a strong rebounder. An effective

defensive player, she averages

close to four steals a game.’’

Clark’s style as a captain is “to

lead by example but be vocal in

a supportive way.’’ She’s often

vocal about her coach, lauding

his ability to motivate. “Coach

Fallon pushes us to our limit and

gets up prepared,’’ she said. “His

practices are intense, and he’s

very effective in challenging us.’’

An honor-roll student, Clark

is planning to major in nursing

or psychology in college. She’s

considering UMass-Amherst and

possibly Rhode Island College, a

Division 3 school. “If I choose

Rhode Island College, I’d consider

playing both volleyball and

basketball there.’’

Clark not only was a TVL

all-star in volleyball, but she also

was chosen as one of 16 players

for the Massachusetts All-State

Team last fall. That selection was

made by the Mass. Volleyball

Coaches Association.


continued on page 21

February 2019 Medway & Millis Local Town Pages Page 21


Millis Students at Home on Medway-

Ashland Girls’ Hockey Team

By Christopher Tremblay,

Staff Sports Writer

For the past ten years, the

Medway-Ashland coop has given

girls the chance to play ice hockey

for a high school. Some five years

ago, Millis joined under the Medway-Ashland

banner, so their girls

could also continue to play a sport

they had a passion for. This year,

two girls Emma Rice and Marina

Yasuna, are skating for the Medway-Ashland


Both athletes have shown

Coach Karl Infanger that they

belong on the team and can contribute

to the team’s success. Rice

is a junior third line center, while


continued from page 20

A superb middle hitter,

Clark’s best game was a fiveset

triumph over Holliston

last fall when she had 18 kills.

“My top thrill, however, was

when we beat Westwood and

Ashland back-to-back,’’ Clark

said. “The win over Westwood

was our first over them in 10

years, and the victory over

Ashland was our first against

them in seven years.’’

Whichever sport Clark’s

playing, her competitive philosophy

never changes. She

wants to win, improve daily

and enjoy the experiences that

athletics offer. “I’ve learned

some great life lessons in

sports,’’ she said. “Athletics

teach teamwork, time management,

how to overcome adversity,

how to be responsible, and

how to improve one’s leadership


A fan of Jason Tatum of the

Celtics because “he competes

hard and takes responsibility,’’

Clark is focusing intensely on

how the Mohawks finish the

season. She’s hoping they’re

at a high-compete mode and

peaking at the right time.

Those two elements could

make the difference and fulfill

Abby Clark’s ultimate goal

— to finally capture a State


Yasuna is a senior blue liner.

“Emma knows that she is on

the third line, but wants to move

up. She’s a hard working individual

and is making the adjustments

that we need her to make

as center and has a high hockey

IQ,” Infanger said. “Marina

plays a tenacious defense and has

drastically improved in her making

the right decisions while on

the ice. She knows what she has

to work on and has done so every

drill she takes part in.”

Both girls have been playing

the sport for some time; Yasuna

picked up the sport while at Dover-Sherborn

before transferring

to Millis, and Rice has been playing

for about seven years since

her friend got her interested.

“A friend of mine from elementary

school in Norfolk took

me to the ice rink to take part in

a ‘learn to play hockey’ program.

I fell in love with the sport,” Rice

Said. “Immediately joined the

KP/Walpole club team as a center,

because I wanted to play a

forward position so that I could

skate a lot and score.”

Yasuna also plays for a club

team, the Natick Comets, where

she has been one of the team’s

forwards for the past three years

before she was asked to help them

out on defense. She liked the position

so much that she continued

to play it in high school.

Prior to her playing hockey,

Yasuna didn’t have a sport to

participate in during the winter

season. She started looking for

something to keep busy during

the winter time frame and came

upon hockey. She borrowed

some equipment to try out for

the team and found it to her

liking and has been playing the

sport since. Although she had

Millis students Emma Rice and Marina Yasuna have found the Medway-

Ashland girls’ hockey team to be a welcoming group, despite the

challenge of traveling to practice in Marlboro.

played forward, she likes defense

much better.

“As a soccer defender you

get to see the entire field, it’s the

same with hockey,” Yasuna said.

“I get to watch everything from

the backline and see things developing,

it gives me more control

of the game.”

Both girls found that the welcoming

that they received from

their new teammates was great,

and that they had their backs,

Rice also noted that her new

teammates would give constructive

criticism to help them with

their game.

The only downfall to being

members on the Medway-Ashland

girl’s hockey team is the

practicing. The team has ice time

in Marlboro at the New England

Sports Club, usually later in the

evening, and with only a small

bus, Medway can only bring

their own athletes. The Millis

girls need to carpool.

“The ride situation is very

tough,” Rice said. “Living in

Norfolk and getting to Marlboro

late at night is too much.”

Yasuna agreed.

“The hard part about playing

for Medway-Ashland is getting

to and from practices,” she said.

“The other girls have the Mustang

mini bus or one another

to car pool with; we’ve only got

each other.”

Prior to this year, Rive had

been sitting on the bench for

most of the game seeing some ice

time near the end of the game.

This year, as the team’s third line

center she was able to notch her

first varsity goal against Norwood.

Trailing 2-1 late in the

game Rice tallied her first goal at

an opportune time giving Medway-Ashland

a tie.


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Medway Public Library February Youth Events


Every Tuesday and Wednesday, 11


Newborns – 3 year-olds are

invited to this drop-in program

of stories, fingerplay and songs

accompanied by mountain dulcimer.

Children must be accompanied

by parent/caregiver.


Every Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m.

Ages 10 months-5 years.* A

drop-in story time with songs,

stories, and craft. All children

must be accompanied by a caregiver.

* These ages are flexible! If

you think your children will enjoy

story time, please bring them.

Boston Bruins 12th

Annual PJ Drive

February 1st thru March 15th

Medway Public Library will

be a PJ drop-off location for the

whole month of February. Join

communities across the state of

Massachusetts in making sure

every child has a NEW pair of

warm PJs to snuggle up in at bedtime!

Pajamas will be distributed

locally to children in need by the

Department of Children and

Families and Cradles to Crayons.


Saturday, Feb. 2nd, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Stop by the library anytime

this Saturday to create a special

greeting for someone you love.

This craft is a fun way to send a

hug to a far-away friend!

All Ages. Drop in.

PAWS to Read

Wednesday, Feb. 6th, 6 to 7:15 p.m.

Interested in reading to a cuddly

friend? Sign up by calling

(508) 533-3217 or come in and

talk to our staff at the Circulation

desk to register.

Each child will get a 15 minute

one-on-one reading session

with our wonderful visiting

therapy dogs. Children must be

able to read independently as

this is not a tutoring session but

rather an opportunity to practice

reading skills with a good listener.

Grades 2-6.

Cursive Club

Every Tuesday, 4 p.m.

Join Miss Lucy to explore

the art of cursive handwriting.

Reading and writing in cursive

stretches our brains in ways that

print does not. We will practice

upper and lower case letters,

reading notes written by others,

as well as create some beautiful

and funky projects to take home!

Cursive Club provides a place for

new writers to explore the craft

and older hands to brush up on

this useful skill.

Ages 7 through Adult. Drop


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Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 2:30 PM

Join this award-winning

“kindie” band from Brooklyn,

NY for a high energy, interactive

show that’s a mix of funk, rock

and folk music mashed into original

tunes about natural living,

eating healthy and staying active!

This music is kid friendly but also

appealing to adults.

Rolie Polie Guacamole has

released six albums and played

well over 2,000 shows nationwide

since their first performance in

2007, receiving top picks from, Time Out NY Kids,

and Time Out Chicago.

All Ages. No need to register.

Lunch at the Library

Wednesday, Feb. 20, 11:45 a.m.

Children and caregivers, come

to the library for lunch! Free and

open to all. Lunch will be served

in the Cole Room. Drop in, no


Breakout Box for Kids-

Scaredy Squirrel

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2 p.m.

Scaredy Squirrel is a squirrel

who is afraid of everything! He is

so afraid that he has trapped you

in his “emergency kit” in case he

ever needs you. To get out you

must use the clues around the

room and solve the riddles before

the time runs out! Ages 6 and up.

Register in advance.

Breakout Box for Teens-

Muggle Mystery

Monday, Feb. 25, 6:30 p.m.

Lord Voldemort has broken

into the room and has left the

most revealing of secrets. Do the

lowly Muggles have what it takes

to decipher the clues and Break-

Out? Ages 12 and up. Register in



Wednesday, February 27th, 4


Lego fans, 1st grade and up,

are invited to have fun building

Lego Creations which will be displayed

in the library.

A photo of your creation will

be emailed to you. Registration


Sponsored by The Friends of

the Medway Library.

For more information and to

register for events and programs


Contact Children’s Librarian,

Lucy Anderson, with any questions

at or

(508) 533-3217

Buy local. It’s good

for you & Medway!

Local businesses invest locally, create jobs & keep Medway vibrant.

Show your support by patronizing these MBC members. Plus, our

#ShopMedway initiative gives you even more reasons to buy locally!

Visit and our Facebook page for discount opportunities.

ASK Real Estate Associates

Benchmark Advisory Group

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Bisinet Technologies

Charles River Bank

Classic Properties Realtors

CMIT Solutions of MA Metrowest

Damon Financial, LLC

Dennehy Public Relations

Direct Tire & Auto Service

Enchanted Memories Travel — Ellen Hillary

Exelon Generation

Hogan Tire & Auto Services

Jennifer Powell Art

Kenney & Kenney Attorneys at Law

Liscombe & Parrella, PC

Local Town Pages — Our Town Publishing

Medway Block Co.

Medway Oil & Propane

Medway Veterans Building Assoc.

Middlesex Savings Bank

Muffin House Café

Murphy Insurance Agency

Neighborhood Wrench

Paramount Industries

Proposals, Etc.

R. P. Marzilli & Co.

Reardon HVAC

Reardon Properties

Rodenhiser Plumbing & Heating

Russo Insurance Agency

Shear Magic and Co.


Smiles and More

Spencer Technologies

T. C. Scoops

The Balanced Path Wellness Center

Tim Rice Photo

Town of Medway

Trolley Computers

Tumble Beans Indoor Playground

Vigiboss Inc.

If you own a business and want to join #ShopMedway, contact us today!

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Millis Fire Department Notice: Open Burning Season

January 15th- May 1st, between

the hours of 10 a.m.-4


For residents to be allowed to

burn you must obtain an open

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• On the day you wish to burn

you must call the burning

permit registration line at

(508) 906-3310 and listen to

the message, if burning is allowed

you must leave your

name and permit # to be allowed

to burn.

• Residents are urged to call

after 9 a.m. to allow the

State and Fire Department

to determine if burning is allowed.

• All fires must be extinguished

by 4pm and no fires can be

started after 2pm.

• Burning of Stumps, leaves,

fields, rubbish or building

materials is not permitted.

• The use of Gasoline is prohibited!

• Burning must be 75 feet from

any building and piles should

be small and manageable.

• Someone must attend and

control the fire at all times.

• Any violations of the regulations

could result in your permit

being revoked.

• A burning permit does not

release a party from liability

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right to create a nuisance

condition due to excess or

drifting smoke.

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Register O’Donnell Reports on 2018 Norfolk County

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While the eastern Massachusetts

economy remained strong

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experience mixed results when it

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decrease from 2017. Also, total

mortgage financing closed at

$17.7 billion, a 6% decrease from

the previous year.”

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