Medway & Millis October 2019


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New Clyde F. Brown Elementary

School Opens in Millis

September 7, 2019 marked the official opening of the new Clyde

F. Brown Elementary School in Millis. From left, Nancy Gustafson

(Superintendent, Millis Public Schools), Jack McCarthy (Deputy

CEO/Executive Director of Mass School Building Authority), Jason

Phelps, (Principal, Clyde F. Brown Elementary School), MA State

Rep. Shawn Dooley, Millis Select Chair Loring Barnes, MA State

Rep. David Linsky, Wayne Klocko, Chair of Millis Elementary School

Building Committee, Marc Conroy, Millis School Committee Chair,

and MA Senator Rebecca Rausch. Photos by David O’Gara

By Jason Phelps, Principal,

Clyde F. Brown

Elementary School

After four years of planning,

communicating, decision

making, construction, and program

design, Clyde F. Brown

Elementary opened its doors


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Medway Community

Farm to Celebrate

10 th Anniversary

Newest Initiatives Include Hoedown

Fundraiser & Food Pantry Program

By J.D. O’Gara

Medway Community Farm

is approaching its 10-year mark,

and with that milestone, as things

age, “we are in dire need for

some capital improvement,” says

volunteer Tina Wright.

What better way to raise some

funds than a party? Get ready

for some fun to benefit Medway

Community Farm! A fundraiser

Hoedown will take place at the

Thayer House on Saturday, November

9, 2019, from 7 p.m. until

11 p.m.

“There will be music, some

line dancing, a silent auction, and

an overall fun time!” says Tina

Wright, volunteer for the farm.

She adds that music will include

country favorites but also 70’s,

80’s and 90’s dance tunes by Al

Kennedy of KTK Sound, so the

night will include something for


The 21+ event will also feature

light appetizers from locally

grown food from the farm. Proceeds

from the sale of tickets,

which will be $35, will help pay

for a new water pump for irrigating

the fields, a washing station,

greenhouses, as well as a new


“We have two vintage tractors

to weed the rows, now,” says

Wright, “probably from 1955.”

The 10 th anniversary of the

Medway Community Farm

comes with nearly a complete

changeover of board leadership.

“There are a lot of new mem-


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to students for the first time on

Tuesday, September 4. This was

a day of celebration but also a

day to reflect upon the gratitude

felt towards the citizenry of Millis

for their support in making

this dream happen for the CFB

school community.

Ground breaking for the new

building was held in December

2017, and construction commenced

soon after. The CFB

school community and the town

watched with interest as the

site was cleared and preparations

made to begin pouring the

building foundation. Over the

winter and into the spring, we

watched the skeletal framework

of the building take shape and

gradually acquire an internal

framework for walls and other

structures. When students and

staff returned at the start of the

2018-2019 school year, the shape

of the building was in place, and

excitement was electric when we

all returned from Thanksgiving

break to find walls completed

and window frames in place!

Over the winter and into the

spring construction continued

internally, and CFB teachers

and staff were given a “sneak

preview” escorted tour by the

project team Compass Management

and Agostini-Bacon Construction.

The school was now

feeling less conceptual and more

real, and Diane Jurmain of the

Elementary School Building

Committee shared out information

about building progress to

the community on Facebook. By

the time school ended in June,

classrooms were packed to move

and events were held to honor

the memory of the 1954 Clyde

F. Brown school, including the

creation of a 2019 time capsule

interred within the new building

and open house “farewell” tours

at the old building.

Over the summer, prior to

the start of school, CFB held

“Find Your Way Days,” with

student leaders assisting students

and families as they completed a

scavenger hunt of places to find

around the new school. This

was helpful to the school community

as school opened and

students and families adjusted to

new routines and procedures. A

major highlight of the opening

include an official ribbon cutting

ceremony, held on September 7,

with the citizens of Millis and invited

to attend and speakers Jack

McCarthy (Deputy CEO/Ex-

Elementary School Building

Committee), Superintendent of

School Nancy Gustafson, and

Principal Jason Phelps participating.

Clyde F. Brown Student

Leaders, who also served as tour

guides later, were on hand to provide

a musical selection as they

sang the unofficial school song

“Sweet Clyde F. Brown.”

As the new school year gets

underway, teachers and staff

reflect upon the curriculum and

programming planning that we

have done to prepare us for educating

children in a state-of-the

art, 21 st Century school. In the

younger grades, students will

find more opportunites to personalize

their learning through

adaptive learning platforms, accessed

by Chromebooks, as well

Fifth-grade Clyde F. Brown students welcomed newcomers to the

ribbon-cutting of their new school on Saturday, September 7 , 2019.

ecutive Director of Mass School

Building Authority), MA State

Representatives David Linsky

and Shawn Dooley, MA Senator

Rebecca Rausch, Loring Barnes

(Chair, Millis Board of Selectmen),

Marc Conroy (Chair, Millis

School Committee), Wayne

Klocko, (Chair of the Millis

as through the use of iPads to

access apps designed to promote

greater collaboration and presentation

skills. In grades 2 through

5, students will now learn in a


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FSPA Celebrates 35th Anniversary

In 1985, lifetime Franklin resident

Raye Lynn Mercer, director,

pianist, and educator, departed

from her private studio of 35

piano students with a vision and

opened the doors of the Franklin

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in Franklin. Offering the region

a one-of-a-kind performing arts

education program that includes

music, dance, and drama under

one roof, FSPA Celebrates its

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The anniversary celebrations

began with a back-to-school toast

at 38 Main Street for faculty and

FSPA families past and present.

The year’s festivities will include

an anniversary alumni concert

and celebration at THE BLACK

BOX over Thanksgiving weekend,

a special February cabaret

featuring current students,

faculty, alumni, and Broadway

friends of FSPA at one of NYC’s

most prestigious cabaret venues,

the 35th Spring Concert in May,

and more.

Through the years, FSPA has

cultivated relationships with performers

and guest teachers who

are currently dominating their

artistic fields. These artists are

able to mentor FSPA students

through the school’s annual NYC

master class weekend as well as

special workshops held at the

school. “I wish I had a Franklin

School for the Performing Arts in

my life when I was growing up,”

says Tony Award winner Beth

Franklin School for the

Performing Arts Director Raye

Lynn Mercer

Leavel. “It’s invaluable.”

FSPA’s alumni have a long

track record of success. Students

have gone on to appear on Broadway,

in national tours, regional

theater, professional ballet companies,

TV, feature film, opera,

cruise ships, concert dance, and

more. Alum Dan Gleason, currently

in Wicked on Broadway,

says of his FSPA beginnings, “ I

owe a lot of my consistent vocal

health and technique to my years

at FSPA. Healthy singing habits

were ingrained in my body and

now are second nature. FSPA set

me up for success in life and I am

so thankful for my years of training

in my hometown.”

FSPA founder Raye Lynn

Mercer believes that an education

in the performing arts,

whether or not pursued for a professional

career, provides young

people with lasting life skills.

Students of the arts develop personal

attributes including focus,

discipline, self-esteem, and an

understanding of teamwork. Superior

communication and social

skills become attributes of students

who pursue music, dance,

and drama. Conservatory and

career bound students, as well as

those who attend classes for fun,

gain a sense of accomplishment

and the confidence they need to

succeed in all endeavors. FSPA

violin instructor Irina Fainkichen

says of the school’s environment,

“I see FSPA as a second home for

many students. Besides all the opportunities

this school provides,

and believe me, there are so

many, I love that everybody has

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1:1 capacity using Chromebooks

to access web based learning

material and to participate more

fully in digital learning. All students

will have the opportunity

to learn about cross curricular

connections as they identify

problems, brainstorm possible

solutions, and work together to

create prototype models to solve

these problems as they refine and

revise these models in our spectacular

STEAM lab.

This year, teachers will have

the chance to more broadly implement

curriculum changes that

we have worked to revise over the

past two years in preparation for

the opening of the new school.

Teachers, who have begun to

collaborate with our Digital Literacy

teacher, Pat Granchelli,

will continue the redesign of

more traditional curriculum to

include a more global, relevant,

digital and problem-focused approach

to instruction as they


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chance to practice collaboration

and physical fitness as they master

the traverse climbing wall that

is installed in the new Gym. And

students will be empowered to

take more ownership of learning

within our Learning Commons

in each wing, which are designed

to provide immediate access to

both text and digital resources

for learning. We are so excited

to begin a new year of learning,

and so very grateful to the town

of Millis for this gift of a new


Clyde F. Brown

Elementary Principal


Jason Phelps, Principal of

Clyde F. Brown Elementary

School in Millis, will retire from

public education at the end of

September 2019.

Over the past 37 years, Phelps

had served as a classroom teacher,

a curriculum coordinator, an assistant

principal, and an elementary

school principal in Douglas,

Mass. and Webster, Mass. prior

to coming to Millis. He has been

principal at Clyde Brown for the

past eight years, and has greatly

enjoyed the “small town, big family”

relationships formed in Millis,

especially with the students, their

families and staff. He is grateful to

the town of Millis, Millis Public

Schools, and the Clyde F. Brown

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bers, a lot of new energy,”

says Wright, “and we want to

thank the prior board. That

is what got us to the 10 th anniversary.”

The Medway Community

Farm is also beginning

a program in which Medway

residents and other visitors to

the farm can donate money

or shares to provide both

food pantries in Medway,

the Medway Village Church

Food Pantry and the Medway

Food Pantry, with weekly donations

of fresh vegetables in

all seasons.

“Combined the two food

pantries feed 200 families a

week,” says Wright. “People

could donate a full or partial

share through our website,


or donate a portion

of their farm bucks to the

food pantries for the winter,

spring or summer share.”

For tickets to the hoedown,

you can contact Tina at tina. or

the visit the Medway Community

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Millis Select Board Grants Millis Plastic

Reduction Initiative a Warrant Article

By J.D. O’Gara

Members of the Millis Plastic

Reduction Initiative (MPRI)

presented their environmentally-friendly

case for a change

to Millis bylaws to the Millis

Select Board on Monday, September

16 th . The citizens’ group

hopes to reduce the use of plastics

and plastic waste in town by

becoming the 123 rd municipality

in Massachusetts to ban thinfilmed,

single-use plastic bags at

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Presenting members of the

group noted that:

• the town of Millis uses an

estimated 4.3 million plastic

bags a year

• plastic bags are not biodegradable

and only with the

presence of light take 200 to

1,000 years to break down

in the environment

• plastic breaks up into tiny

particles that infiltrate every

step in the food chain

• eliminating this waste will

aid the town’s effort to

create a cleaner recycling

stream, possibly saving


The town’s Select Board

voted unanimously to place

MPRI’s proposed bylaw as an

article on the November 4 town

meeting warrant. The Millis Select

Board explained that it was

neither recommending nor opposing

the actual measure, but

allowing the article to move forward.

The group will present its

case to the Millis Finance Committee

on October 2 nd .

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St. Michael’s Celebrates 60 Years

To Celebrate Applefest and Blessing of the

Animals this Month

By J.D. O’Gara

St. Michael’s Episcopal

Church, which has welcomed a

number of congregants from the

former St. Paul’s Church of Millis

(as well as stained glass windows

from the latter), celebrated

its 60 th anniversary on Sunday,

September 29 th , 2019, the Feast

of St. Michael’s and All Angels,

and it’s got more planned for its

anniversary week.

On Saturday, October 5 th ,

St. Michael’s will hold its annual

rain or shine Applefest

Fair on Saturday October 5 th

at 1162 Highland Street, Holliston,

from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The fair will feature a bake sale,

basket raffle, children’s activities

(including face painting, pumpkin

painting, cookie decorating

and a bouncy house (weather

permitting)), homemade jams,

jellies and pickles at a Country

Store, food and beverages from

“Bob’s Grill,” homemade apple

crisp, and an indoor tag sale

from “Aunt Stella’s Attic” with

hundreds of items at spectacular


The day after Applefest, on

October 6 th , St. Michael’s will

honor St. Francis of Assisi with

its Blessing of the Animals service

at 10 a.m. Folks are invited

to bring their suitably leashed

or caged animal friends to the


“The Blessing of the Animals

is one of the most favorite services

of the entire year,” says St.

Michael’s Reverend Sarah Robbins-Cole.

“It’s a cacophony of

meows and barks and sometimes

chickens and bunnies. I think in

the past there may have been a

goat or two. It’s just a lot of fun.

It’s very noisy, and a lot of fun.”

Robbins-Cole has been pastor

at St. Michael’s for five years.

The church officially began on

Sunday, September 20, 1959,

with the Rt. Rev. Anson Stokes,

Bishop of Massachusetts, conducted

the commissioning service

for the new mission. For

over a year, service would be

held at Holliston Town Hall

by The Rev. George L. Packard,

Priest-in-Charge, before it

moved to a space above Harold

Youngling’s hardware store

on Washington Street, where

Fiske’s now operates. The parishioners

held many fundraisers

to be able to build a church

building on the three acres of

property at 1162 Highland St. in

Holliston, which the diocese had

purchased for $8,000 in 1960.

There, it built a strong congregation.

“St. Michael’s is just filled

with warm and wonderful people.

They’re very welcoming –

that’s what we hear most,” says

Robbins-Cole. “Clergy who fill

in here on a Sunday if I’m away

will ask me if the congregation is

as warm and wonderful as they

seem. It’s filled with lots of interesting

people, and I think a distinctive

feature of the church is

how much they love to help the

community around them.”

Congregants have helped

Habitat for Humanity, have

made lunches for building project

volunteers and for area shelters

and food pantries, and have

gone to Appalachia to help repair

houses with their bi-yearly,

intergenerational Appalachia

Service Project.

Robbins-Cole says the group

is committed to Christian formation,

with a strong Sunday

School program and an opportunity

for adults to learn more

in its Sunday morning forum at

9 a.m. On Tuesdays, the church

features a Bible study, and it

even boasts a book group. Leading

up to Christmas, during Advent,

adults can also take part in

Companions in Christ for more

learning and fellowship, she


“Another distinctive feature

of our church is we have a really

committed choir, with a choir

director and organist who are

really fun to work with and have

really great music to sup our services,”

says Robbins-Cole.

As with any anniversary, says

Robbins-Cole, a time for reflection


“It’s a reminder to turn where

God is calling us at any particular

time as the culture around us

may change, and it’s an opportunity

to grow on our strengths.

We have a mission statement

which I think stands the test of

time – that we are a Christian

Community whose vision is to

strengthen our relationship with

God and one another, and to

spread God’s love. I think that at

the 60 th anniversary, we will give

thanks for all the ways that we

did that in the past and continue

that mission and understand

that calling in changing circumstances

and context.”

Things, she says, aren’t really

that different from Biblical


“When you study the Bible,

you see the kind of issues that

we’re dealing with and facing

are the same issues going on

3,000 years ago,” she says. The

Bible is constantly telling us to

love the stranger, feed the hungry,

clothe the prisoner, heal the

sick, visit the lonely and lose the

bonds of the oppressed. That’s

going on for years and years.


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M.E.R.I.T. Haunted Hayride October 19th

By J.D. O’Gara

Come dig up a few friends

and drag them over to Tangerini’s

Farm on October 19th

where M.E.R.I.T. (Millis Educational

Resource Initiatives

Team) is brewing up a hairraising

Halloween haunt for its

Annual Haunted Hayride. The

event will take place beginning

at 4:30, with a less creepy adventure

from 4:30-6:30 and the

more devilishly dreadful antics

taking place from 6:30-10 p.m.

Refreshments, such as cookies,

water, hot chocolate and popcorn,

will be available for $1.

Tickets are $10.

“I always like to point out

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your judgment when it comes

to young children,” says Theresa

Mahoney, President of the

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According to Mahoney, the

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she muses. “We could always

use more volunteers, as with

any nonprofit organization. We

do appreciate the volunteers we

have running the scare stations.

We couldn’t do it without


This is the biggest fundraiser

of the year for the all-volunteer

organization that funds educational

initiatives in the Millis

Public Schools, although it will

also host a scarecrow decorating

contest at the Millis Middle

School this year, in which classrooms

will take turns creating the

creepy characters, and families

purchase tickets to vote for their

favorites. The tickets later act as

a raffle of sorts, with the winning

family collecting the scarecrow

for their home.

Unlike previous years, the

Haunted Hayride will have an

alternate date, in case of catastrophic


“Last year we had to cancel it

in the first time ever in the history

of the hayride, because safety

was a concern, which was hard

for us,” says Mahoney. “This

year, for the first time, we do have

a nor’easter date – still rain or

shine—but in case of imminent

death—it’s October 26th.”

Mahoney says the group

hopes to sell 700 tickets to the

Haunted Hayride. Tickets will be

available for sale starting October

first at Roche Bros. and Tangerini’s,

and two ticket sales, on

October 5th and October 12th,

will be held from 10 a.m. until 3

p.m. at the Millis Public Library.

Mahoney would also like to

scare up a few corporate sponsors

both for the event and to

increase fund the group has for

grants. MERIT has given back

to the schools over $300,000

since 1991, welcoming applications

from teachers, administrators

and residents for proposals

that address curriculum-related

learning projects. Projects should

enhance and improve the educational

services of the Millis Public

School system.

Last year, for example, grants

M.E.R.I.T. (Millis Educational

Resource Initiatives Team) will

hold its annual Haunted Hayride

at Tangerini’s Spring Street

Farm on October 19th, rain or

shine. (N’oreaster date: Oct. 26)

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funded such initiatives as a field

trip to the international WWII

Museum, a Vocational Office

Skills Project for special education,

a research initiative by the MS/

HS librarian, Project Safe Space

by a school adjustment counselor,

STEM projects, a wellness program,

a program on creating a

multi-sensory, multi-movement

classroom, a biome building project

and more. M.E.R.I.T. is currently

accepting grant proposals,

and the grant application can be

found on its website.

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,

follow MERIT on

Facebook® at

MERITmil and on Twitter® at

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and contact support@

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Sunday, October 20 • 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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The Joan Phelps Palladino

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Saturday, October 26, 2019.

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Medway Cultural Council Accepting Grant Applications

Deadline October 15th

The Medway Cultural

Council is now accepting grant

applications to fund cultural opportunities

for Medway residents.

All Medway artists are encouraged

to apply. Last year, the local

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as Edible Wild Plants Walk, History

at Play (Medway Historical

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Ballooniverse of Stories, and The

Medway Summer Concert Series

at Choate Park, among others.





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group of projects from local artists,

especially for art projects that

will enhance our public spaces

such as murals. Art and cultural

projects that draw people into

our parks and nature trails would

be welcome.” Stated Carla C.

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Application forms are available

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Please read the guidelines and

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information. Priority will be

given to applicants that have secured

a local venue and/or partner,

projects that serve youth,

the elderly or other underserved

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Cataract surgery is all about

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October 2019 Medway & Millis Local Town Pages Page 11

Living Healthy

Medway Council on Aging

Weekly Activities



– Wednesday and Friday at 12


BARRE CLASS – 5 p.m. Thursday

LINE DANCE - Tuesdays at 10

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POUND CLASS – 5 p.m. Tuesday


11 a.m. & Friday at 10 a.m.

TAI CHI – Please call the Center

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TAP CLASS – 2 p.m. AND 6 p.m.

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YOGA – Monday and Wednesday

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ZUMBA– Wednesday at 10:30



Lunch – Tuesday and Thursday

11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Breakfast – Wednesday 7 – 9 a.m.

Crafters Wanted for St. Joseph’s

Christmas Marketplace

St. Joseph Parish will host its

41st Annual Christmas Marketplace

and Bake Shoppe on Saturday,

November 23rd from 9 – 3

at the St. Joseph Parish Center

located at 145 Holliston Street in

Medway. Applications for table

space are now available. Table

space costs $60, $50 if you provide

your own table. We ask that

you refrain from bringing “attic

treasures,” but small businesses

are welcome. Our event attracts

hundreds of visitors each year.

Volunteers will be available to

help you with your table set up!

The Fair is held at St. Joseph Parish

Center located at 145 Holliston

Street in Medway. Please call

(508) 533-7771 for a table space


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Pour for Paws

October 20th

Wine Tasting Fundraiser to Benefit

the Purr-Fect Cat Shelter

The Purr-fect Cat Shelter

will be holding our annual

“Pour for Paws” Wine Tasting

Fundraiser Sunday, October

20th at Pour Richard’s

Wine & Spirits, 14 Grove St.

Franklin, MA from 1 p.m. to

4 p.m. Join us for an afternoon

of great wine sampling

provided by Pour Richard’s

along with raffle items, information,

and more! Tickets

are $10 per person. To

purchase tickets, call the

message center at (508) 533-

5855 or email us at

Tickets are also available at

the door.

We will also be drawing

the winners of our annual

PCS Quilt Raffle at the

event. Tickets for the Quilt

Raffle will be available at the

wine tasting or you can purchase

ahead by contacting

the shelter. Don’t miss your

chance to win one of several

hand-crafted quilted items.

For more details on the

beautiful raffle items please

visit our website. Chances

are $1 each or 6 for $5.

Winner need not be present

to win.

Come support The Purrfect

Cat Shelter and experience

unique wines and

plenty of cheer! All proceeds

of this event benefit homeless

cats and kittens cared for

by the shelter while waiting

to be adopted into loving


The Purr-fect Cat Shelter

is a non-profit, no-kill,

all-volunteer organization

providing care and shelter

to homeless cats and kittens

with the ultimate goal of

finding permanent loving

homes for each cat.

For more information,

visit www.purrfectcatshelter.


Giant Book Sale at

Medway Library

The Friends of the Medway

Public Library’s Book Sale, with

over 15,000 items, will be held on

October 18-19 and October 26,

2019 at the Medway Library on

26 High Street.

Friday, October 18 from 6-8

p.m. is the Friends only sale.

Membership may be purchased

or renewed at the door. Saturday,

October 19 from 10-2 p.m. is the

public sale. The following Saturday,

October 26 from 10-2 p.m., is

the Bag Sale in which buyers may

fill up a brown paper grocery bag

for only $5. Friends will provide the


During the sales, the Medway

Community Farm will have a table

outside selling their produce. There

will also be bake sales sponsored by

the Garden Club and the Robotics


A stalwart group of Friends

volunteers has been preparing for

the sale for months. Shelves have

been refreshed with newly donated

books in very good condition.

Friends has so many items that the

sale will be in the Cole Room Auditorium

as well as the Friends Book

Room. Books have been carefully

sorted; there are special sections

for each category making searching

for books much easier. For example,

non-fiction adult sections

include science fiction, sports, politics,

history, biography, gardening,

travel, pets, crafts, finance, health,

diet, cooking, inspiration and religion,

nature, art and photography,

music, tv and film. There will be

shelves of general fiction, including

romance, mystery, and classics.

Thousands of children’s books,

CDs, DVDs, books on tape and

special collection items also will be

available at the sale. Prices range

from 50 cents for children’s paperback

books to $2 for adult hard


The book sale is the primary

fundraising activity of the Friends

of the Medway Public Library.

All proceeds are used for library

materials, programs and museum

passes. The Friends accept book

donations year-round; a collection

box is located at the bottom

entrance of the library. For more

information about the Friends of

the Medway Library you may view

the website:

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Radium Girls,

October 17-20, 2019

The School of the Arts at

Dean College will perform Radium

Girls, beginning Thursday,

October 17 through Sunday,

October 20, 2019.

In 1926, radium was a miracle

cure, Madame Curie an international

celebrity, and luminous

watches the latest rage—until the

girls who painted them began to

fall ill with a mysterious disease.

Inspired by a true story, Radium

Girls traces the efforts of Grace

Fryer, a dial painter, as she fights

for her day in court. Written

with warmth and humor, and

envisioned by guest director

Aaron Andrade, Radium Girls is a

fast-moving, highly theatrical ensemble

piece. Called a «powerful»

and «engrossing» drama by

critics, it offers a wry, unflinching

look at the peculiarly American

obsessions with health, wealth,

and the commercialization of


Radium Girls is presented by

special arrangement with Dramatic


The Dean College production

of Radium Girls 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 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

General admission is $22,

Seniors $12 and Children $7.

To learn more and purchase

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October 2019 Medway & Millis Local Town Pages Page 13

Students in Pre-K through

6th Grade Sought for

Nutcracker Casting

Terpsichore, the Millis MS/

HS Dance Club, is casting its

10th Annual Production of the

Nutcracker. We are looking for

students in Grades Pre-K - 6 for

the following roles:

• Reindeer (Pre-K - grade 1) -

walk on

• Angels - (grades 3 - 6) - rehearse

on Tuesdays

• Gumdrops (grades 2 & 3) -

rehearse on Wednesdays

• Soldiers and Mice (grades 2 -

6) - rehearse on Wednesdays

• Party Children (grades K - 6)

rehearse on Thursdays

• Poodles (Pre-K - grade 1) -

rehearse on Thursdays

• Snow Flaks (grades 2-4) -

rehearse on Fridays

No dance experience is necessary.

Please contact Stephanie

Copice at scopice@millisschools.

October 4

Millis Lions Club presents

Comedy Night with Dave

Russo & Friends

Doors open 7:45 p.m.; show

at 8:30 p.m., St. Thomas Large

Hall, 974 Main St., Millis

21+ show

Tickets $30 in advance by

Event Bright or by calling Deb

Hayes at (508) 816-6732; $40

at door. Post show meet & greet


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Bridge Work Planned in Medway

Town of Medway has hired

R. Bates & Sons, Inc. to perform

repair work on the Walker Street

Bridge. which will include safety

and surface improvements as

directed by MassDOT’s bridge


The work was slated to begin

on or around September 16,

2019, and all work will be performed

during day time hours.

The entire project is expected to

take approximately six (6) weeks

to complete, and is most certainly

weather dependent.


Updates will be posted on

the Town of Medway’s website


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Dean College Ranks

Among the Top Best

Regional Colleges

Dean College, a private, residential

college located in Franklin,

Massachusetts, has been

ranked 25th in the 2020 U.S.

News & World Report Best Colleges

rankings for the Best Regional

Colleges, North category.

This is the ninth consecutive

year that Dean College has received

the Best College honor.

“We are thrilled to be recognized

by U.S. News and our

peer institutions once again

this year,” said Dr. Paula M.

Rooney, Dean College President.

“It signals the overall

strength of Dean’s academic

experience and the emphasis

we place on student success.”

U.S. News & World Report is

a multi-platform, publisher of

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of what matters in education,

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This year’s ranking is a testament

to The Dean Difference –

the hands-on and engaging

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Millis Schools to

Hold Annual Faculty/

Staff Variety Show

October 10

The Millis Public Schools

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Faculty/Staff Variety Show on

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School Auditorium. The admission

is $5 and can be paid at the

door. All proceeds will benefit the

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Calendar of Events

October 4

Millis Lions Club presents

Comedy Night with Dave Russo

& Friends, 21+ show, doors open

7:45 p.m., show 8:30 p.m., St.

Thomas Large Hall, 974 Main

St., Millis, $30 in advance by

Event Bright or call Deb Hayes

(508) 816-6732; $40 at door;

post show meet & greet $25

A Night to Fight Breast

Cancer, vendor fair, 7-11 p.m.,

Medway V.F. W. Post 1526, 123

Holliston St., Medway

October 5

St. Michael’s Applefest Fair,

10 a.m. – 2 p.m., St. Michael’s

Church, 1162 Highland Street,


October 6

Blessing of the Animals, at

10 a.m. Eucharist, St. Michael’s

Church, 1162 Highland Street,


October 7

Network of Enterprising

Women meeting, 8:30-10:30

a.m., Cheryl Cohen Mosaics,

360 Woodland St., 2 nd Floor,

Holliston; speaker Jan Miele on

how to manage client expectations,

free for 1 st time guests

and current members; $20



October 10

Millis Public Schools 3 rd Annual

Faculty/Staff Variety Show,

6:30 p.m., Millis High School

auditorium, 245 Plain St., Millis,

$5 admission, proceeds go to

GRIT scholarship for Millis high

school students.

October 12

Senate President Karen

Spilka’s 2019 Senior Health &

Wellness Fair, 9-1:30 p.m., Joseph

P. Keefe Technical School,

750 Winter St., Framingham,

free continental breakfast and

lunch, variety of workshops, free

raffle, free flu shots

October 16

Rte. 109 Completion Ceremony,

10 a.m., Choate Park,


October 18

Baskerville, a Sherlock

Holmes Mystery by Ken Ludwig,

presented by Theatre

Group of Millis, 7:30 p.m.,

Millis High School, 245 Plain

St., Millis. $15 adults; $10 seniors

& students, for info. or

to purchase tickets online, visit

October 19

Dedication of Rossetti’s

Corner, 9 a.m., Route 109 and

Holliston Street, Medway

Friends of the Medway Public

Library’s Book Sale, 10 a.m. –

2 p.m., Medway Public Library,

26 High St., Medway, friendsonly

sale Friday 6-8 p.m., October

26 $5 a bag sale 10 a.m.

– 2 p.m.,

Millis Garden Club Winter

Holiday-in-October Rummage

Sale, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., includes

lots of holiday-decorating items,

proceeds to fund civic projects

and college scholarships, Millis

Public Library, 961 Main St.,


Millis M.E.R.I.T. Haunted

Hayride, 4:30-6:30 less spooky,

6:30-10 p.m. high spooky, Tangerini’s

Spring Street Farm,

tickets at Roche Bros. and Tangerini’s

starting Oct.1, and at

Millis Public Library Oct. 5 &

Oct 12, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Baskerville, a Sherlock Holmes

Mystery by Ken Ludwig, presented

by Theatre Group of

Millis, 2 & 7:30 p.m., Millis High

School, 245 Plain St., Millis. $15

adults; $10 seniors & students,

for info. or to purchase tickets

online, visit www.millistheatre.


Medway Police Chase, (new

date due to reschedule), A 5K

Run, 5K Walk, and 1 Mile Kids

Fun Run hosted by the Medway

Police Department, Medway

High School, 88 Summer St.,

Medway, GLOW RUN, with

registration starting at 5:30,

Kids Run at 7 p.m., and the 5K

at 7:30 p.m. Over 70 years old

free, 5K $20 adults; $15 under

18; 1-mile kids run $15

October 20

MEPTO Pumpkin Fair, 12-

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October 26

Friends of the Millis Library

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Roche Bros. room of Millis Public

Library, 961 Main St., Millis,

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Friends of the Millis Library Fall Book Sale

The Friends of the Millis Public Library

will hold its Annual Fall Book Sale

on Saturday, October 26 from 9 a.m.-1

p.m. in the Roche Bros. Community

Room at the library. In addition, there

is a Friends of the Library preview and

sale for current members being held on

Friday, October 25 from 6-8 p.m. New

membership applications will be accepted

that night. One great benefit of

being a Friend is first pick of everything!

On Sunday, October 27 from 1-3 p.m.

there will be a special sale. Each bag of

books and media will cost $5 on that day.

A large selection of well-organized

adult and young adult fiction, non-fiction

and children’s books in hardcover

and paperback will be on sale, plus CDs,

DVDs and special finds and collections

at fantastic prices! Proceeds help support

the purchase of museum passes and programs

for the library.

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Holliston Mill

Open Studios 2019

November 2nd

& 3rd

Fall is in the air and that

means the Holliston Mill Artists’

Open Studios are just around

the corner. The annual week

end event of music and art takes

place this year on Saturday and

Sunday, November 2 and 3,

from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

A record number of 34 artists

are participating, including

27 resident artists who will

open their studios, as well as 7

guest artists. Those who have attended

the event in the past will

recognize many of their favorite

Mill artists and guest artists,

who are former resident artists,

as well as quite a few new artists.

All are local to Holliston and the

surrounding area.

Many different kinds of art

and a variety of media will be

shown this year: everything

from traditional oil, watercolor

and acrylic painting on canvas

and paper, to fishing lures and

fashion. Other work includes

sculpture, mixed media pieces,

mosaics, photography and digital

media, drawing, printing,

jewelry and textiles.

Holliston native, fine artist

and singer-songwriter Erica

Leigh will be performing on

Saturday, from 11-2. Mill artist

and cellist Sara Stalnaker of

Holliston will perform a selection

of folk, jazz, classical and

pop music from 2:30 to 3:30.

Sunday’s performers with include

singer-songwriter Katie

Frassinelli of Holliston, 11-2,

and Sara Stalnaker, 2:30-3:30,

performing Sonic Landscapes, an

educational concert for all ages.

A craft beer and wine tasting

will cap off the weekend on

Sunday from 1 - 3 p.m., hosted

by Holliston’s own Crafted, Merchants

of Craft Beer and Wine.

Light refreshments will be

served in studios throughout the

building both days.

The Holliston Mill building,

an 1800’s shoe factory, is located

at 24 Water St. Currently,

the mill is home to several small

businesses as well as artists’

studios. The structure remains

largely as originally designed.

There is plenty of free parking


For more information visit, ‘like’

the Holliston Mill Facebook

page, or follow us on Twitter or

Instagram. The event is free and

open to the public. The historic

building is not wheelchair accessible.

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Dean College will hold a free

E-Commerce conference on

Wednesday, October 23, 2019.

The event is open to students and

the local community.

The keynote speaker of

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College Campus Center, 99

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Theatre Group of Millis to Stage Ken Ludwig’s

Baskerville Oct. 18, 19

Just in time for Halloween,

the Theatre Group of Millis

performs Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville:

A Sherlock Holmes Mystery/Comedy.


dates are Friday, October 18 at

7:30 pm, and Saturday, October

19 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

The world’s most famous

detective and his trusty sidekick

Watson face down their

most notorious case of all in this

madcap retelling of the ultimate

Victorian whodunit from the

mastermind of mayhem, Ken


A stunningly nimble cast of

five takes on nearly 40 characters,

coming on and off stage almost

as quickly as the twists and

turns of this delightfully complex

plot, as Holmes and Watson

race against time to crack

the mystery of The Hound of

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the Baskervilles before a family

curse dooms its newest heir.

The intrepid investigators’

search for the (anything but) elementary

truth comes complete

with a dizzying web of clues,

outlandish accents, disguises and

deceit. Does a wild hellhound

prowl the moors of Devonshire?

Can our heroes discover

the truth in time? Can costume

changes really be that fast?

The play will thrill

you with suspense,

danger or comedy!

Baskerville will

take place October

18 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday,

October 19

at 2 p.m. and 7:30

p.m., at Millis High

School theater, 245

Plain Street, Millis.

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An open invitation for all to

attend the dedication ceremony

of Rossetti’s Corner. The corner,

where Rossetti’s restaurant

stood from 1960 through 1976,

will be dedicated in honor of

Alfred P. “Freddie” Rossetti, Jr.

Please join us for a very special

ceremony on Saturday, October

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Medway Public Schools Host Ribbon Cutting

Ceremony for New Playground at McGovern School

On September 19th, 2019,

Medway Public Schools held a

ribbon cutting ceremony for a

brand-new playground at Mc-

Govern Elementary at 9 Lovering

Street in Medway.

“Recess is an important part

of the school day where kids can

interact with one another outside

of a classroom setting and spend

some time outdoors. Having

this brand-new equipment with

lots of different activities to do

will help to enhance recess and

also provide a great space for

the community to come out and

play after school, Superintendent

Pires said.

On September 19th, 2019,

Medway Public Schools held a

ribbon cutting ceremony for a

brand-new playground at Mc-

Govern Elementary at 9 Lovering

Street in Medway.

“Recess is an important part

of the school day where kids can

interact with one another outside

of a classroom setting and spend

some time outdoors. Having

this brand-new equipment with

lots of different activities to do

will help to enhance recess and

also provide a great space for

the community to come out and

play after school, Superintendent

Pires said.

Medway Public Schools have

now opened two brand-new

playgrounds at the McGovern

School and Francis Burke-Memorial

Elementary School.

Funding for both playgrounds

was paid for in part by generous

donations from the Medway Elementary

Parent Teacher Organization

(MEPTO) and Medway

Extended Day (MEDI). The rest

of the funds were approved at

Town Meeting in May.

The playgrounds were designed

and built by Medwaybased

outdoor equipment

supplier M.E. O’Brien and Sons,

Inc. Construction on both playgrounds

began over the summer

and was completed on the week

of Aug. 26, before the start of the

new school year.

Both playgrounds are compliant

with the Americans With

Disabilities Act (ADA) and will be

used by about 500 students at the

Burke-Memorial School and 350

students at the McGovern School

each day.

“The previous playgrounds

were both over 15 years old and

this is a project that has been in

the works for the past few years,”

Superintendent Pires said. “The

new equipment is age-appropriate

for our elementary school

students and allows for a more

spread out feel with several different

elements for the kids to play

and interact with.”

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Kane’s Versatility Key Asset for Millis Football Squad


Staff Sports Writer

Pictures sometimes accompany

words in a dictionary to

emphasize definitions. When

it comes to defining versatility,

it wouldn’t be surprising to see

Bryan Kane’s photo next to the


The 6-foot-1, 170-pound

Kane plays football for Millis

High and the junior captain personifies

versatility. He can play

linebacker or safety on defense,

and on offense he can be used as

a running back, wide receiver or


“Versatility is an asset,’’ he

said. “I don’t mind playing any

of the five positions. It presents a

lot of different opportunities and

it helps to better understand the

game. Sacrificing for the welfare

of the team is important.’’

Head coach Brian Kraby is

counting on Kane to contribute

in a variety of ways to help the

Mohawks improve on last year’s

4-6 record that prevented them

from qualifying for a playoff

berth. Now in his second year as

Millis’ head coach, Kraby is delighted

Kane has overcome an

elbow injury and very pleased

Kane was selected by his teammates

to be a captain.

“Bryan should be able to take

advantage of having a solid offensive

line,’’ Kraby said. “He’ll

be effective running the ball because

he’s a grinder. He’ll gain

four or five yards and if he gets

to the outside, he can break it

for long runs. On defense, he’s

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Bryan Kane is only a junior, but he’s a captain whose versatility, mature

approach, and classy style make him a breed apart.

Kraby also is bullish on

Kane as a captain. “We’re a

young team and Bryan will be

extremely important in establishing

our chemistry,’’ Kraby

added. “He’ll help keep the

players positive and optimistic.’’

Kane, who also has experience

as a varsity basketball and

baseball player, says football is

his favorite sport, and he wants

play it in college. The odds are

high that college ball is in his future,

especially after attending a

summer camp in Ohio in June.

I went to a USA Football regional

camp at Bryant University,’’

Kane noted. “I started as a

receiver, but finished up at safety.

When it ended, I was selected to

attend the national USA camp

in Ohio. I was one of 260 to be

chosen, truly an honor. The four

days were so valuable. It was intense

and the instruction was

great. I learned a lot at safety,

and I’ve shared that knowledge

with teammates.’’

Besides his versatile nature,

Kane has other assets. “Bryan

has a high football IQ, he’s passionate

about football, he’s athletic

and coachable, and he’s got

size and strength,’’ Kraby said.

Those plusses were on display

in the Mohawks first two games

— a victory over Randolph

and a loss to Shawsheen Tech.

After the two games, Kane had

178 yards rushing and 63 yards

receiving. He recorded 17 tackles

and 2 interceptions playing


“My team goals for the season

are to get to the playoffs,

beat Medway and defeat Dover-

Sherborn,’’ Kane emphasized.

“We’ve got the talent and the

dedication to qualify for the

tourney. I’d like to defeat Medway,

our top rival, and Dover-

Sherborn games are always

intense and fun. I also want to

promote team chemistry. Personally,

if I continue at running

back, I’d like to gain 1,000 yards

and be selected as a Tri Valley

League all-star.’’

A native of Millis, Kane has

been hampered by torn ligaments

in his elbow for the last two

years. He was injured as a freshman

catcher in baseball trying to

throw out a runner stealing.

“I heard a pop,’’ Kane recalled.

“I didn’t have surgery but

I spent five months in rehab. I

missed half of the baseball season

as a freshman and missed

two games in football as a sophomore.

I skipped baseball last

spring to make sure I’d be fully

healthy as a junior.’’

Not only is Kane healthy, but

he’s also a captain who’s eager

to be a leader. “It’s a big honor

to be a captain as a junior,’’ he

said. “I’ll lead by example, by

being vocal, and I’ll also be supportive.’’

Kane is quick to laud three

teammates he expects to be

major contributors this season.

Two are captains — junior Tally

Smith and senior Johnny Pateuk

— and junior Ernesto Olivieri.

Smith is a linebacker and defensive

end, Pateuk plays linebacker,

tackle and fullback and

Olivieri plays tackle and nose


“Tally is a junior who’s a

quality leader,’’ Kane said.

“He’s respected, and he plays

aggressively. Johnny is also respected,

and he’s a hard hitter.

Ernesto is energetic, aggressive

and pursues very well.’’

Kane also appreciates Kraby,

admiring his coach on three

fronts. “Coach Kraby treats us

like a family,’’ Kane stressed.

“He knows the game, and he’s a

strong motivator.’’

Kane’s style on both sides

of the ball is easy to classify —

he’s aggressive, likes to hit and

he thrives on pursuit. A starter

in eight games last year, he had

45 tackles, 6 tackles for losses, 2

fumble recoveries and 2 interceptions.

“My two best games were

against Dover-Sherborn as a

freshman and against Hull last

year,’’ he said. “Both were victories.

My first start was as a

freshman against D-S and I had

10 tackles and forced a fumble.

Against Hull, I had 10 tackles, 2

sacks, 1 fumble recovery and 1

forced fumble.’’

An honor-roll student, Kane

plans on majoring in business

administration in college. He’s

not sure yet what school he’ll attend,

but he wants to continue

playing football, a sport that has

sharpened his athletic philosophy

and helped him learn valuable

life lessons.

“My competitive philosophy

is to win, to reach my potential

and to enjoy sports,’’ he emphasized.

“Some of the life lessons

I’ve learned are how to overcome

adversity and obstacles,

how to deal with losing, and how

to become a strong leader.’’


October 2019 Medway & Millis Local Town Pages Page 21


Mia Ferzoco Moves Up as Mentor in Millis Volleyball

By Christopher Tremblay,

Staff Sports Writer

Growing up Millis’ Mia Ferzoco

had been involved in gymnastics

since the early age of

three, but by the seventh grade,

she would find a new sport, and

gymnastics would soon become

a thing of the past. Thanks to her

friend, Hailey Chilsolm, Ferzoco

would be introduced to volleyball.

“Gymnastics was an individual

sport, where volleyball is all

about the team atmosphere,” the

Millis senior said. “After finding

volleyball, I decided to stop

gymnastics in ninth grade as it

was very time consuming and my

school work was getting harder.”

Soon after she found volleyball,

Ferzoco joined the Blast, a

club team out of Lincoln, Rhode

Island. Taking part with the Blast

as well as playing on the high

school team helped the newly

found volleyball player improve

her skills.

During her freshman and

sophomore seasons, Ferzoco

saw the majority of her playing

time with the junior varsity team

with a handful of games coming

here and there on the varsity

level. By her junior year, she

was starting for the Mohawks

as the team’s setter in addition

to being named a captain for the

first time. Being named a captain

was something totally new

and very strange to her.

“Being named captain my junior

year was a great honor, but

it was something that was totally

out of my comfort zone, and I had

to become a leader to the rest of

the team,” the now two-time senior

captain said. “It was very

nerve racking at first, but I eventually

felt comfortable with the

girls on the hand, especially when

they were helping me through it.”

Ferzoco, who had already played

four seasons with the Mohawk

volleyball program, had seen how

the upper classmen were enjoying

the sport and that was something

that she wanted to do as well. The

now senior setter originally found

her position to be somewhat challenging.

“Again, being a setter for the

team took me out of my comfort

zone as I had to be one of the

loudest players on the court and

pushing the other girls,” she said.

Mia Ferzoco has had a chance to

grow as an athlete and as a leader

in her time with Millis Volleyball.

“While it was not easy at first,

I believe it was for the best as I

am now a totally different person

when I step onto the court.”

Although Ferzoco didn’t see

herself as a team leader, her coach

certainly did.

“What can I say about a kid

who just gets it, she is a born

leader but that doesn’t stop her

from pushing to learn and achieve

more,” Millis Volleyball Coach

Lisa Farese said. “She works each

moment of each day to better not

only herself, but those around her

as well. She may not be the oldest

or most experienced athlete in

the gym, but she bridged the gap

between all of our teams.”

Now as a senior, Ferzoco has

to remember what it was like

when she was an underclassmen

and wants to use that to her advantage

in preparing the younger

girls on this year’s team.

“I need to stay loud and positive,

even if I’m not playing at my

best,” she said. “It can be tough at

times, but I have to remember that

the younger girls look up to me so

I need to stay positive and keep

the energy high.”

Once she steps onto the court,

Ferzoco may seem to be all in and

serious, but at times she wipes the

seriousness away and is all smiles.

“I often find myself thinking

how do I coach the philosophy of

working hard, while being willing

to take risks. We are always

looking for progression and not

perfection,” the Mohawk Coach

said. “But then because of Mia I

am reminded that we just need to

have fun. She puts in the work on

and off the court, but makes sure

she opens her arms to silliness and

that makes our team a family.”

Last fall Millis finished the regular

season with a 10-10 record

and found themselves playing in

the Division 3 Central Volleyball

Tournament. The Mohawks were

able to defeat Bellingham 3-0 in

the round, but unfortunately meet

up with Whitinsville-Christian,

the eventual Sectional Champions,

in the next round.

With the volleyball team advancing

into the post-season Ferzoco

was not only excited about

the opportunity that the team had

but with her own play.

“I felt that I had played really

well last year,” she said. “But

being the setter my success is because

of those around you, you

need the whole team to do well.”

As the season gets underway

the senior setter knows that it’s

not going to be an easy campaign

this fall.

“We’re in a rebuilding year,

and I don’t want the younger girls

to get discouraged,” she said. “I

want the younger girls to learn,

but also keep volleyball fun.”

Despite being her only varsity

returner this season the Coach is

anxious to get things started and

see what her setter brings to the

table this year.

“I am super excited to see what

she can do with our team,” Farese

said. “Now that she is not only

the oldest, but most experienced

player on the court.”

In addition to keeping volleyball

fun, Ferzoco is hoping to play

a competitive game while also enjoying

her senior year. Once the

season ends, the senior would

like to continue playing the sport

on the collegiate level, but most

likely on a club level.

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larger minimum balance than a

savings account.2

Treasury securities: Treasury

securities are essentially loans

to the federal government, and

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and 52 weeks. T-Notes occupy

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while T-Bonds, known as “long

bonds,” offer a 30-year maturity

date and will pay interest on a

semiannual basis. Treasury securities

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investments, because they have

the backing of the “full faith and

credit” of the U.S. government

as to the timely payment of interest

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they are subject to inflation and

their values fluctuate in response

to changes in interest rates.3

Fixed-deferred annuities: A

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some of the benefits of a CD,

including the ability to generate

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on money earned on the annuity.

Their aim is to return your

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Fixed-deferred annuities are

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needs related to retirement.

However, access to the funds in

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annuities involve insurance-

related fees and charges.

They are issued by insurance

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A Night to Fight Breast Cancer Planned for October 4 th

Vendor Fair Planned at Medway V.F.W.

By J.D. O’Gara

She hasn’t been affected personally,

but Bonnie Bradford,

who’s been involved in fairs as

an independent consultant for a

while, decided to organize one to

benefit the National Breast Cancer

Foundation (NBCF), anyway.

“I’ve been fortunate I have not

been affected, nor have my immediate

family and friend, but why

wait for something to get close to

home before I do something about

it? Why not do something about it

now?” says Bradford, who’s lived

in Medway for 22 years and is a

member BNI, Business Networking

International in Franklin.

This is the second year she’s organized

“A Night to Fight Breast

Cancer,” a vendor fair to take place

on Friday, October 4 th from 7-11

p.m. at the Medway VFW Post

Gothic Tales Program to Be Held at the Millis Public Library

1526, 123 Holliston St., Medway.

In addition to a number of

unique vendors, the fair will feature

donated raffle prizes and

BINGO! The night will include

a cash bar, but children are welcome

as long as they’re accompanied

by a parent or guardian. In

addition, one of the vendors will

offer a la carte food at her table,

Confectionary Creations.

Doors will open at 7 p.m., with

BINGO at 7:45 p.m., a break for

shopping at 8:30 p.m. and more

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raffles begin to be drawn.

Participating vendors pay a

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be donated to NBCF. Vendors


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Rita Parisi from Waterfall

Productions will present theatrical

adaptations of 19 th and 20 th

century Gothic short stories written

by women. Rita’s unique

shows highlight her passion for

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• Nathan’s Candle Shop - homemade

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• Partylite - candles and home


• Tupperware - kitchen equipment

and storage

• Pampered Chef - cookware

and kitchen items

• Thirty-One - bags and totes

• Scentsy - candles and gift

• (Confectionary Creations)

• Get Lit by Ashley - notable

crafter who creates beautiful

lit decorative bottles and home


• Mourningstar Metals - chainmail


This program is free and open

to the public. No advance registration

is required.

The Millis Public Library is

located at 961 Main St, (Rt 109)

in Millis. For more information,

please call the library at (508)


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of their sales to the National Breast

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Donations from local businesses:

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a Wine Tasting for 8 at their

wine education facility above

the store

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for 10

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Executive Realty RE/MAX Executive Charitable Foundation

Hosts Cornhole Tournament

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We have been a market

leader in the area since

we opened in 1963.

The RE/MAX Executive

Charitable Foundation held its

inaugural cornhole tournament.

With an impressive turnout of 22

teams, many supporters and 19

sponsors, the tournament was a

great success. It was also a great

time, especially for tournament

champions Drew Peterson and

Chuck Joseph!

Bill Wright, Charitable Foundation

Board Member and President

of RE/MAX Executive

Realty says, “Donating $19,000

in just the first six months of the

year would not be possible without

our generous foundation and

corporate members, sponsors

and the generosity of our community!”

The Foundation was created

as a non-profit, organized

to carry out the philanthropic

mission of RE/MAX Executive

Realty Associates. It provides aid

to those in our local communities

who may be in need of financial

or service-based assistance due to

health, medical or catastrophic

emergencies. Through requests

from our agents, individuals and

sponsors, the Foundation’s primary

goal is to improve the lives

of families or individuals in the

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Since its inception in 2009 the

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$150,000! Sandy Lucchesi, President

of the Charitable Foundation

says, “We truly embody the

sentiment of neighbors helping


The Charitable Foundation

raises money throughout the

year. The next fundraiser is a 5K

road race (Franklin, to be held September on November

23rd at the Hopkinton Coun-


try Club.

For more information about

The RE/MAX Chuck Joseph! Executive Charitable

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click on the Charitable Foundation

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RE/MAX Executive Charitable

Foundation is a non-profit,

501-3c organization created to

carry out the philanthropic mission

of RE/MAX Executive Realty

Associates. Through requests

from our agents or other individuals,

the Foundation’s primary goal

is to improve the lives of families

or individuals in the Foundation’s

general market area.

The RE/MAX Executive Charitable Foundation held its inaugural cornhole tournament. With an

impressive turnout of 22 teams, many supporters and 19 sponsors, the tournament was a great

success. It was also a great time, especially for tournament champions Drew Peterson and

Bill Wright, Charitable Foundation Board Member and President of RE/MAX Executive Realty

says, “Donating $19,000 in just the first six months The of the Millis year would Garden not be possible Clubwithout our

generous foundation and corporate members, sponsors and the generosity of our community!”

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helping neighbors!”

bargain prices a wide assortment of materials—

including baskets, candles, ornaments, rolls of ribbons,

The Charitable Foundation raises money throughout the year. The next fundraiser is a 5K road

race to be held on November 23 rd at etc. the Hopkinton Proceeds Country from this Club. fundraiser will be used for

MGC civic projects and college scholarships.

Established in 2004, the Millis Garden Club functions primarily as an

For more information about The RE/MAX Executive Charitable Foundation go to

educational and civic venue for those who share a horticultural passion for and improving click on both the home Charitable and civic Foundation landscape. Among tab, check our civic out projects are maintaining several gardens or and email flowering

containers around town, cosponsoring

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On Wednesday, August 28,

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Family, friends and colleagues

gathered to watch Selectmen and

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