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THIS IS DEMOCRACY.

EssEx MEdia Group Editorial

The events witnessed at Lynnfield’s

Aug. 18 joint meeting should embarrass

residents of the town.

“I have never before heard anyone

yell like that at Town Meeting,” said

Town Administrator Rob Dolan.

“Usually, if someone yells, the crowd

is able to self-regulate.”

We know town proceedings get to

the heart of what people hold dear; in

a very real sense, we’re all vulnerable

to the people we vote for (or against)

and when we get to local issues, that

vulnerability compounds upon itself.

It’s all well and good to hear about national

mandates, but they don’t affect

us, and our children, in the same way

as the laws hammered out in our local

town halls.

Before you cry communism or fascism,

consider how privileged you are

to be hollering at an elected official and

member of your community. And to be

threatening them. And defacing their

property. You are at the seat of democracy

when you participate in a town

meeting, and you know it, otherwise

you’d be at home watching “Jeopardy.”

Before these officials decided to

deny your “rights,” they invited you

to come to their place of work and debate

laws and governance with you. It’s

called public participation because the

public is expected to participate.

Democracy is a study in vulnerability,

and we know it’s hard to trust

those in charge these days. At all points

on the political chart, at all levels of

governance, there’s a politician (or

three, or five) who seems hell-bent

on denying you your rights. There

are people whose interests represent

yours and those who don’t, and we

create processes whereby those people

convene to choose the best course of

action.

We’re all supposed to be cool-headed

and stoic as the Founding Fathers,

their Enlightenment predecessors, and

the Greeks who inspired them both.

Obviously things rarely ever transpire

that way, but when you threaten and

intimidate and behave like a child,

you’re essentially forfeiting your voice

― saying you’d rather have officials

make these decisions without you.

“Sometimes government’s role is

to be yelled at; sometimes we are the

mechanism for people to vent their

frustrations,” Dolan admitted. “But

DEMOCRACY, PAGE 2

To the Editor:

On August 18th, 2021, there was a meeting

at Merritt Hall MarketStreet, sponsored by

the Board of Health, the selectmen and the

School Committee concerning mandating

masks for school-age children. Around 125

people showed up to voice their concerns.

The various groups allowed anyone to speak

who wished to. The ratio was about 25 for

and 100 against. The people who supported

masks had no scientific evidence but expressed

their feelings. The people who spoke

against masks had an abundance of evidence

describing the harmful effects of wearing

them and their insignificance.

After listening to the various speakers, the

Board of Health, the selectmen, and the

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WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 SEPTEMBER 2, 2021

Football is back

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Two members of the Lynnfield Board of Health, Dr. Rocco

Locco, left, and Gail McCausland, sit below a screen displaying

recent COVID-19 statistics for the town of Lynnfield.

This is

democracy,

Lynnfield

DEMOCRACY

From page 1

there is a line. The tone and the

words, from Washington down

to Main Street, have to change.

Otherwise, nobody is going to

want to participate in office.”

If the town of Lynnfield cares

about democracy, if it wants to

be seen as welcoming of everyone

and if it wants to be able

to function productively, it must

address the chaos.

In the fall, Dolan said, the

town will reconvene talks with

community-advocacy group

Lynnfield for Love, as well as

push forward with its school

community race audit. If the

town wants to resume public

Pre-Schoolers

Love

participation in a civil manner

during that process, we suggest

it starts coming up with a plan

now.

Hold debates so that members

of certain interest groups

can be representative of their

hordes, rather than turning them

loose on committee members.

Start a task force that addresses

hateful behavior around town,

and make its intentions known.

Address residents when the

decorum of public process is

violated.

In other words, communicate.

Because that’s what democracy

is at the end of the day, besides

constant vulnerability — the

strength to communicate in

order to get things done.

LETTER

From page 1

School Committee members

abruptly took a vote amongst

themselves and adjourned the

meeting without any vote by the

people or discussion.

The people not in favor of

wearing masks would have won

without question.

The School Committee and

the others dismissed everyone.

They did not weigh the scientific

evidence. Many of the

committee members were not

wearing masks. They had their

minds made up before the

meeting.

We have very busy lives

and we didn’t need to waste

time digging up scientific evidence

and going to a late-night

meeting.

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wished to do.

Gov. Baker could stop any

unconstitutional demands put

on us and our children. It’s

child abuse to expect children

as young as three and older to

wear masks while our politicians

do not.

I’m sorry to say that some

areas in Massachusetts use the

Dominion machines to count

votes, which were machines

used to steal the 2020 presidential

election.

We need many more people

to join Lynnfield United. We

have many battles ahead of us.

If we show them how many

votes they’ll lose, maybe they

will listen and allow us to vote.

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Dr. Karen Dwyer will be leaving Summer Street School in Lynnfield after serving as principal

for three years.

Lynnfield elementary school

searching for a new principal

BY ANNE MARIE TOBIN

While the first day of school

is always an exciting day for

students, families and teachers

alike, it will also be a scramble

in Lynnfield this year, as the

district looks to fill a void created

by the sudden departure of

Summer Street School Principal

Dr. Karen Dwyer.

Dwyer announced she is

leaving the district after serving

as principal for the last three

years. Her last day on the job

was Aug. 27.

Dwyer informed parents in

a letter last week that she had

accepted a position as assistant

superintendent of curriculum,

instruction and accountability

in the Uxbridge Public Schools.

She said is leaving with “mixed

feelings.

“Summer Street School has

been a wonderful community

and I will miss you,” Dwyer

said. “However, a terrific opportunity

has emerged for me … a

position that allows me to focus

on the specific areas of my expertise,

including teaching and

learning and the impact on student

achievement.”

“This is (Karen’s) dream job

in education as she told me,”

Superintendent of Schools

Kristen Vogel said Monday.

“She has always had a passion

and real love with curriculum

and instruction and this job allows

her to focus all of her time

and energy on just that. I am

thrilled for her.”

Vogel wasted no time in lining

up staff to handle the leadership

duties at the school until an interim

principal can be hired for

the rest of the 2021-22 academic

year, appointing Elementary

Curriculum Coordinator

Christina Perry and Elementary

Special Education Team Chair

Nicole Hyde-Bradford to fill

Dwyer’s shoes. Vogel said the

position has been posted.

Perry started her Lynnfield

career in 2002 as a fourth-grade

teacher at the Huckleberry Hill

School. She moved up to director

of math and science for

K-4 in 2009.

Hyde-Bradford arrived in

Lynnfield in 2016. She also has

experience in special education,

working in the district’s student

support program before taking

on her role as the elementary

team chair. Prior to coming to

Lynnfield, she worked in the

Marblehead Public Schools

system.

Dwyer said she was grateful

to Summer Street’s parents for

their support during her tenure.

“The parents in the Summer

Street community have been

extraordinarily generous with

your time, money and love for

the school,” she wrote in the

letter. “I have appreciated all

of your efforts to create a successful

school that focuses on

students’ social and academic

achievement and I have been

proud to work here. Thank you

for your support throughout

these difficult times.”

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Dwyer was hired by former

Superintendent of Schools Jane

Tremblay in February 2018,

succeeding Interim Principal

Greg Hurray who presided for

about a year and a half following

the unexpected departure

of Jen DiBiase, who resigned

suddenly in December

2016.

“I was happy to hear about

Dr. Dwyer’s opportunity to become

the assistant superintendent

in Uxbridge,” Tremblay

said. “Karen has a real talent for

curriculum development. Her

skills will be put to great use in

this new position.”

Prior to working in Lynnfield,

Dwyer was the assistant principal

at Blanchard Memorial

School from 2011-18, a K-6

elementary school in the Acton-

Boxborough regional school

district. Before that, Dwyer

served as a literary specialist

in Chelmsford from 2003-11.

From 1996-2003, she was a senior

lecturer at Curry College

in Milton, which succeeded a

stint at the Woodward School

for Girls in Quincy, where she

served first as a literary specialist

from 1994-96, then as

dean of academic affairs from

1997-99.

After receiving her bachelor’s

degree from Tufts University,

Dwyer went on to earn two

master’s degrees from Tufts

and Harvard University as well

as her doctorate from Boston

University.

First Responders’

Day in Lynnfield

The Select Board announced

Monday that the town will hold

its annual First Responders’

Day observance and community

barbeque on the Town

Common on Saturday, Sept. 11.

The event marks the 20th anniversary

of the 9/11 attacks. The

ceremony will begin at 10 a.m.

Anthem singer for the Boston

Bruins and Lynnfield resident

Todd Angilly will kick things

off with the national anthem

and will also perform “God

Bless America.”

“This should be a very nice

morning on the common,” said

Select Board Chair Dick Dalton.

“We’re thrilled to have Todd,

so it will be really entertaining

and very moving. Hopefully,

depending on COVID, people

will be able to gather and wear

masks if they choose. We encourage

the community to join

us not only to remember 9/11,

but this is always a wonderful

and important opportunity to

thank our first responders as

well.”

Dalton said the event has

been a joint effort between the

Select Board and the Lynnfield

Rotary Club in past years, but

this year’s expenses will be underwritten

by the town.

“Normally, the Rotary Club

solicits donations from its

member businesses, but small

businesses have been through

so much, we decided we have

the funds in our budget and we

needed to do this ourselves,”

Dalton said. “Both our fire

and police departments agreed

that we needed to take this off

the hands of these businesses,

which we are happy to do.”

Last year’s event was scaled

back to a special private luncheon

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MONDAY 8/23

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle

crash at 8:18 p.m. Monday at

230 Salem St.

Complaints

At 11:21 a.m. Monday, a caller

reported a youth was riding an

ATV in the roadway on Trickett

Road. Police spoke with the juvenile

and his mother; he agreed

to keep the ATV in the yard.

TUESDAY 8/24

Complaints

At 7:35 p.m. Tuesday, a caller

reported following an erratic operator

on Main Street. Charles

Herbert Smith, 76, of 849 Main

St., was issued a summons for

failure to stop for police, marked

lanes violation, no inspection/

sticker and having an obstructed

or non-transparent window.

At 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, the

fire department reported something

was thrown at a car at 550

Summer St. and 0 Pillings Pond

Road. Police located the youths

and stood by until they were

picked up by their parents.

WEDNESDAY 8/25

Complaints

At 6:57 p.m. Wednesday, security

reported two youths on

BMX bikes causing a disturbance

at a fundraiser on Market Street.

Police removed the youths from

the property.

FRIDAY 8/27

Fire

A report of a small transformer

fire at 12:09 a.m. Friday

at 4 Oak St. Peabody Light was

called to the scene.

Complaints

A report of a suspicious

person at 5:07 p.m. Friday at 8

Hampton Court.

Theft

A report of a larceny at 5:01

p.m. Friday at 344 Essex St.

SATURDAY 8/28

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle

crash with injury at 12:30 a.m.

Saturday at Verc Gulf Station/

Dunkin’ Donuts at 8 S Broadway.

A rollover crash into a pole was

reported.

A report of a hit-and-run

motor vehicle crash at 10:08

a.m. Saturday at Post Office

Square.

SUNDAY 8/29

Arrests

Joseph Taddonio, 53, of 4

Golden Drive, Apt. 4, Winthrop,

was arrested on undisclosed

charges at 12:58 p.m. Sunday.

Complaints

A report of a disturbance at

3:41 a.m. Sunday at 411 Lowell

St. A caller reported residents

across the street were setting

off fireworks at a party. Police

checked the area and found

one used firework, but reported

there was no one around.

A report of trespassing at

6:41 p.m. Sunday at The Boston

Sports Club at 425 Walnut

St. Wakefield Police reported

youths were on the property.

Lynnfield Police responded and

reported no one was around.

Summer Street School starts the

school year with a new parking lot

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The Lynnfield Department

of Public Works is putting

finishing touches on the new

parking lot at the Summer

Street Elementary School.

“We are 99 percent done,”

said John Tomasz, director

of the Department of Public

Works.

The department still needs to

put up some signs, lights and do

some hydroseeding.

“But the parking lot is essentially

functioning and is ready

for school,” Tomasz said. “We

are in great shape right now.”

Tomasz praised the contractor

who worked on the parking lot

late into the evenings and on the

weekends.

“They came through a big

way for the town,” said Tomasz.

The parking lot completion

will mark the end of “part one”

of the $17 million Lynnfield

elementary schools expansion

project. The town voted on and

appropriated the funds for the

project at the end of 2020.

The expansion also includes

construction of permanent additions

to each elementary school.

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Both Summer Street School and

Huckleberry Hill School will

each get five new classrooms,

including an adaptable space

for individualized learning, new

fields and a new playground at

Summer Street. Huckleberry

Hill’s gymnasium will be enlarged

to a size of the middle

school gym.

The entire project will be

completed by the start of the

2022-2023 school year. The

town came up with the plan to

accommodate an extraordinary

spike in its elementary enrollment

by the year 2024-2025.


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Bus Routes

In order to provide the town’s school bus schedules printed below, the Lynnfield Weekly News made the choice to suspend its

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LYNNFIELD HIGH

Route A Pm

Shady Nook Ln & Wildewood

Dr

Edgemere Rd & Bishops Ln

Bishops Ln & Abbey Ln

Dunstan Rd & Locksley Rd

6 Nottingham Rd

13 Doncaster Rd

Locksley Rd & Friars Ln

1 Locksley Rd

Moulton Dr & Lake St

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

Salem St & Canterbury Rd

Salem St & Fairview Rd

995 Salem St

Lynnfield St & Lookout Ter

29 Lynn End Rd

880 Salem St

7 Lakeview Dr

735 Salem St

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

Pizzuti Way & Salem St

250 Salem St

100 King Rail Dr

Walnut St & Alexandra Rd

Walnut St & Westway

Walnut St & Thomas Rd

Walnut St & Gerry Rd

262 Summer St

LYNNFIELD HIGH

Route M Pm

Lowell St & Pocahontas Way

Lowell St & Apple Hill Ln

575 Lowell St

Lowell St & Chestnut St

Cooks Farm Ln & Chestnut St

Cortland Ln & Tophet Rd

Tophet Rd & Cortland Ln

Chestnut St & Townsend Rd

Chestnut St & Perkins Ln

Chestnut St & Hart Rd

Main St & Olde Towne Rd

Edward Ave North &

Coleman Ave

Main St & London Rd

Main St & Partridge Ln

Perry Ave & Main St

263 Summer St

417 Summer St

Summer St & Thomas Rd

Summer St & Melch Rd

Summer St & Fletcher Rd

Pyburn Rd & Summer St

Salem St & Jensen St

Sparhawk Dr & Tedford Ln

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route B Am

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd (Near 69 Bourque Rd)

Pillings Pond Rd & Oak

Ridge Ter

57 Pillings Pond Road

Pillings Pond Rd & Ryan Rd

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd

Pillings Pond Rd &

Wildewood Dr

7 Wildewood Drive

Northway & Lantern Ln

7 Shady Nook Ln

Wildewood Dr & Edgemere

Rd

Edgemere Rd & Bishops Ln

Elmwood Rd & Summer St

594 Summer St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route C Am

15 Maple St

3 Carpenter Rd

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

7 Horseshoe Dr

Horseshoe Dr & Stagecoach

Ln

4 Willowdale Drive

Willowdale Dr & Brook Dr

Salem St & Dewing Rd

420 Salem St

11 Ramsdell Way

12 Ramsdell Way

253 Salem St

400 Salem St

6 Winchester Drive

569 Salem St

944 Summer St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route D Am

Perry Ave & Green Meadow

Drive

Highland Ave & Summer St

68 Prospect Ave

437 Summer St

5 Moran Rd

6 Nottingham Rd

8 Longbow Rd

Longbow Rd & Longbow Cir

21 Longbow Circle

Abbey Ln & Bishops Ln

5 Dunstan Rd

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

15 Kings Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

1 Archer Lane

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route E Am

85 Canterbury Rd

24 Canterbury Rd

Salem St & Ledge Rd

Salem St & Fall Way

21 Douglass Rd

Douglass Rd & Rossmore Rd

Fairview Rd & Rossmore Rd

24 Sylvan Circle

15 Sylvan Circle

4 Sylvan Circle

14 Fairview Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route F Am

4 Murphy Way

84 Canterbury Rd

300 King Rail Dr

5 Reedy Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route H Am

Lynnbrook Rd & Salem St

Lookout Ter & Lynnfield St

7 Standish Rd

8 Tree Top Lane

Salem St & Locust St

19 Fairview Ave

11 Witham St

Salem & Grove St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route I Am

125 Walnut St

Walnut St & Thistle Ln

275 Walnut St

Alexandra Rd & Debston Ln

32 Alexandra Rd

Huckleberry Rd W &

Alexandra Rd

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

24 Fernway

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

Drury Ln & Herrick Ln

Reedy Rd & Thomas Rd

Thomas Rd & Putney Ln

Putney Ln & Bancroft St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route J Am

4 Zepaj Lane

24 Green St

7 Lakeview Dr

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

Moulton Dr & Lake St

8 Locksley Rd

11 Doncaster Rd

88 Locksley Rd

168 Locksley Rd

7 Stafford Rd

Locksley Rd & Dunstan Rd

89 Locksley Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route K Am

Walnut St & Sparhawk Dr

4 Tedford Ln

Heath Cir & Hawks Lane

2 Heath Circle

Bluejay Rd & Tedford Ln

Bluejay Rd & Liberty Ln

683 Walnut St

4 Country Club Dr

158 Walnut St

Williams Rd & Elliot Rd

1 Elliot Rd

1 Thomas Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route O Am

1 Fletcher Rd

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

12 Fletcher Rd

1 Pyburn Rd

31 Pyburn Rd

Hidden Valley Rd & Salem St

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

12 Hidden Valley Rd

127 Salem St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route B Pm

Elmwood Rd & Summer St

Summer Ave & Summer St

Edgemere Rd & Bishops Ln

Wildewood Dr & Edgemere

Rd

Magnolia Dr & Wildewood

Dr

7 Shady Nook Ln

Northway & Lantern Ln

7 Wildewood Dr

Pillings Pond Rd &

Wildewood Dr

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd

Pillings Pond Rd & Ryan Rd

57 Pillings Pond Rd

Pillings Pond Rd & Oak

Ridge Ter

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route C Pm

15 Maple St

3 Carpenter Rd

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

7 Horseshoe Dr

Horseshoe Dr & Stagecoach

Ln

4 Willowdale Dr

Willowdale Dr & Brook Dr

Salem St & Dewing Rd

420 Salem St

11 Ramsdell Way

12 Ramsdell Way

253 Salem St

400 Salem St

6 Winchester Dr

569 Salem St

944 Summer St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route D Pm

5 Moran Rd

6 Nottingham Rd

8 Longbow Rd

Longbow Rd & Longbow Cir

21 Longbow Cir

Abbey Ln & Bishops Ln

5 Dunstan Rd

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

15 Kings Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

1 Archer Ln

437 Summer St

68 Prospect Ave

Highland Ave & Summer St

Perry Ave & Green Meadow

Dr

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route E Pm

24 Canterbury Road

85 Canterbury Rd

Salem St & Ledge Rd

Salem St & Fall Way

14 Fairview Rd

4 Sylvan Cir

15 Sylvan Cir

24 Sylvan Cir

Fairview Rd & Rossmore Rd

Douglass Rd & Rossmore Rd

21 Douglass Rd

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Route F Pm

84 Canterbury Rd

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HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route H Pm

Lynnbrook Rd & Salem St

Lookout Ter & Lynnfield St

7 Standish Road

8 Tree Top Ln

Salem St & Locust St

19 Fairview Ave

11 Witham St

Salem St & Grove St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route I Pm

125 Walnut St

Walnut St & Thistle Ln

275 Walnut St

32 Alexandra Road

Alexandra Rd & Debston Ln

Huckleberry Rd W &

Alexandra Rd

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

24 Fernway

Putney Ln & Bancroft St

Thomas Rd & Putney Ln

Reedy Rd & Thomas Rd

Drury Ln & Herrick Ln

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route J Pm

88 Locksley Rd

168 Locksley Rd

7 Stafford Rd

Locksley Rd & Dunstan Rd

89 Locksley Rd

11 Doncaster Rd

8 Locksley Rd

Moulton Dr & Lake St

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

24 Green St

4 Zepaj Ln

7 Lakeview Dr

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route K Pm

Walnut St & Sparhawk Dr

683 Walnut St

Bluejay Rd & Liberty Ln

Bluejay Rd & Tedford Ln

2 Heath Cir

Heath Cir & Hawks Ln

4 Tedford Ln

4 Country Club Dr

158 Walnut St

1 Elliot Rd

Williams Rd & Elliot Rd

1 Thomas Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route O Pm

1 Fletcher Rd

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

12 Fletcher Rd

1 Pyburn Rd

31 Pyburn Rd

2 Broadway

Hidden Valley Rd & Salem St

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

12 Hidden Valley Rd

127 Salem St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route A Am

880 Salem St

33 Fariview Ave

6 Witham St

25 Green St

4 Zepaj Ln

50 Lakeview Dr

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

Locksley Rd & Moulton Dr

Friars Ln & Doncaster Cir

Nottingham Rd & Doncaster

Rd

Summer St & Prospect Ave

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route B Am

Pillings Pond Rd & Skinner

Ln

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd (Near 69 Bourque Rd)

259 Old Pillings Pond Road

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd (Near 39 Pillings Pond)

Pillings Pond Rd &

Wildewood Dr

Wildewood Dr & Driftwood

Ln

Wildewood Dr & Magnolia

Dr

Wildewood Dr & Edgemere

Rd

Edgemere Rd & Bishops Ln

Abbey Ln & Longbow Cir

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

Archer Ln & Summer St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route C Am

Evans Rd & Jordan Rd

Midland Rd & Chatham Way

Chatham Way & Grey Ln

Grey Ln & Huntingdon Rd

Durham Dr & Grey Ln

11 Huntingdon Road

Daventry Ct & Durham Dr

Willowby Way & Daventry

Ct

Willowby Way & Durham Dr

Lowell St & Lil’s Way

7 Mohawk Lane

Lowell St & Smith Farm Trl

Lowell St & Pocahontas Way

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route D Am

Summer St & Williams Rd

7 Thomas Rd

Thomas Rd & Roundy Rd

Putney Ln & Bancroft St

Trickett Rd & Summer St

723 Summer St

Summer St & Knoll Rd

Melch Rd & Michaels Rd

Moran Rd & Huckleberry Rd

East

11 Huckleberry Rd East

Huckleberry Rd E & Summer

St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route E Am

925 Main St

1389 Main St

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Lowell St & Norris Rd

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland Ln

15 Russett Ln

Orchard Ln & Baldwin Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider Mill

Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard Ln

Lowell St & Rourke Ln

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route F Am

19 Juniper Rd

297 Lowell St

3 Cider Mill Rd

20 Carpenter Rd

686 Main St

600 Main St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route G Am

5 Sylvan Cir

Fairview Rd & Rossmore Rd

Fairview Rd & Lynnbrook Rd

4 Rossmore Rd

22 Douglas Rd

Lynnfield St & Lookout Ter

29 Lynn End Road

Locust St & Salem St

Salem St & Grove St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route H Am

Summer St & Timberhill Ln

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

8 Fletcher Rd

25 Pyburn Rd

6 Nottingham Rd

Nottingham Rd & Locksley

Rd

108 Locksley Rd

177 Locksley Rd

Dunstan Rd & Locksley Rd

Summer St & Ashwood Rd

Summer St & Rockwood Rd

Summer St & Lockwood Rd

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route I Am

Gerry Rd & Reedy Rd

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

Herrick Ln & Drury Ln

Ramsdell Way & Salem St

Salem St & Winchester Dr

15 Maple St

2 Carpenter Rd

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

8 Horseshoe Dr

Willowdale Dr & Brook Dr

Salem St & Lara Rd

Salem St & Dewing Rd

420 Salem St

250 Salem St

230 Salem St

Alexandra Rd & Debston Ln

Alexandra Rd & Walnut St

Walnut St & Thomas Rd

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route J Am

125 Walnut St

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

Atherton Cir & Westway

Bancroft St & Atherton Cir

Thistle Ln & Walnut St

Sparhawk Dr & Tedford Ln

Heath Cir & Hawks Ln

Tedford Ln & Bluejay Rd

9 Liberty Ln

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route K Am

Chestnut St & Townsend Rd

Chestnut St & Alderney Way

Tophet Rd & Cortland Ln

(Near 98 Tophet)

Cortland Ln & Tophet Rd

Cortland Ln & Cooks Farm

Ln

Chestnut St & Lowell St

4 Goldenrod Lane

505 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

North Hill Dr & Glen Dr

14 North Hill Dr

Willis Ln & Powder Hill Rd

715 Lowell St

763 Lowell St

Lowell St & Murphy Way

Chestnut St & Kimberly Ter

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route M Am

Salem St & Canterbury Rd

84 Canterbury Rd

Fall Way & Salem St

2 Broadway

Salem St & Jensen St

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

159 Salem St

185 Salem St

100 King Rail Dr

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route O Am

Main St & Heritage Ln

Heritage Ln & Wheeler St

Windsor Rd & Heritage Ln

Chestnut St & Hart Rd

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

Haywood Farm & Chestnut

St

Perkins Ln & Candlewood Rd

83 Chestnut St

Main St & Olde Towne Rd

36 Edward Ave South

Main St & London Rd

Main St & Partridge Ln

Village Row & Main St

Perry Ave & Main Street

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route A Pm

Summer St & Prospect Ave

880 Salem St

33 Fairview Ave

6 Witham St

25 Green St

4 Zepaj Lane

50 Lakeview Dr

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

Locksley Rd & Moulton Dr

Friars Ln & Doncaster Cir

Nottingham Rd & Doncaster

Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route B Pm

Pillings Pond Rd & Skinner

Ln

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd

259 Old Pillings Pond Rd

Bourque Rd & Pillings Pond

Rd

Pillings Pond Rd &

Wildewood Dr

Wildewood Dr & Driftwood

Ln

Wildewood Dr & Magnolia

Dr

Wildewood Dr & Edgemere

Rd

Edgemere Rd & Bishops Ln

Abbey Ln & Longbow Cir

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

Archer Ln & Summer St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route C Pm

Lowell St & Pocahontas Way

Lowell St & Lil’s Way

7 Mohawk Ln

Lowell St & Smith Farm Trl

Willowby Way & Durham Dr

Durham Dr & Grey Ln

11 Huntingdon Road

Grey Ln & Huntingdon Rd

Chatham Way & Grey Ln

Daventry Ct & Durham Dr

Willowby Way & Daventry

Ct

Midland Rd & Chatham Way

Evans Rd & Jordan Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route D Pm

Summer St & Williams Rd

7 Thomas Rd

Thomas Rd & Roundy Rd

Atherton Cir & Westway

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

Atherton Cir & Putney Ln

Trickett Rd & Summer St

Summer St & Knoll Rd

Melch Rd & Michaels Rd

Moran Rd & Huckleberry Rd

East

11 Huckleberry Rd East

Huckleberry Rd E & Summer

St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route E Pm

925 Main St

1389 Main St

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Lowell St & Norris Rd

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland Ln

15 Russet Ln

Orchard Ln & Baldwin Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider Mill

Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard Ln

Lowell St & Rourke Ln

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route F Pm

297 Lowell St

20 Carpenter Rd

Middle School Route G Pm

5 Sylvan Cir

Fairview Rd & Rossmore Rd

Fairview Rd & Lynnbrook

Rd

4 Rossmore Rd

22 Douglas Rd

Lynnfield St & Lookout Ter

29 Lynn End Rd

Locust St & Salem St

Salem St & Grove St

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route H Pm

Summer St & Timberhill Ln

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

8 Fletcher Rd

25 Pyburn Rd

6 Nottingham Rd

Nottingham Rd & Locksley

Rd

108 Locksley Road

177 Locksley Road

Dunstan Rd & Locksley Rd

Ashwood Rd & Summer St

Rockwood Rd & Summer St

Lockwood Rd & Summer St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route I Pm

Gerry Rd & Reedy Rd

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

Herrick Ln & Drury Ln

Ramsdell Way & Salem St

Salem St & Winchester Dr

15 Maple St

2 Carpenter Rd

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

8 Horseshoe Dr

Willowdale Dr & Brook Dr

Salem St & Lara Rd

Salem St & Dewing Rd

420 Salem St

250 Salem St

230 Salem St

Alexandra Rd & Debston Ln

Alexandra Rd & Walnut

Walnut St & Thomas Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route J Pm

125 Walnut St

Thistle Ln & Walnut St

9 Liberty Ln

Tedford Ln & Bluejay Rd

Heath Cir & Hawks Ln

Sparhawk Dr & Tedford Ln

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

Salem St & Jensen St

159 Salem St

185 Salem St

100 King Rail Dr

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route K Pm

119 Chestnut Street

Chestnut St & Townsend Rd

Chestnut St & Alderney Way

Tophet Rd & Cortland Ln

(Near 98 Tophet)

Cortland Ln & Tophet Rd

Cortland Ln & Cooks Farm

Ln

Chestnut St & Lowell St

4 Goldenrod Ln

505 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

North Hill Dr & Glen Dr

14 North Hill Dr

Willis Ln & Powder Hill Rd

715 Lowell St

763 Lowell St

Lowell St & Murphy Way

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route M Pm

Salem St & Canterbury Rd

84 Canterbury Rd

2 Broadway

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route O Pm

Main St & Heritage Ln

Heritage Ln & Wheeler St

Windsor Rd & Heritage Ln

Chestnut St & Hart Rd

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

Haywood Farm & Chestnut

St

Perkins Ln & Candlewood

Rd

19 Juniper Road

83 Chestnut St

Main St & Olde Towne Rd

36 Edward Ave South

Main St & London Rd

Perry Ave & Main St

SUMMER STREET

Route B Am

10 Hampton Court

Midland Rd & Hampton Ct

21 Midland Road

12 Chatham Way

Chatham Way & Grey Ln

Huntingdon Rd & Grey Ln

36 Grey Ln

Durham Dr & Grey Ln

5 Landsdowne Ct

Daventry Ct & Willowby

Way

10 Daventry Ct

7 Huntingdon Rd

18 Huntingdon Rd

9 Durham Drive

Chatham Way & Durham

Dr

25 Chatham Way

Grey Ln & Yorkshire Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route C Am

427 Lowell St

509 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

651 Lowell St

705 Lowell St

3 Murphy Way

Hilltop Rd & Lowell St

3 Powder Hill Rd

4 Willis Lane

W Tapley Rd & Glen Dr

2 Apple Hill Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland Ln

Russet Ln & Apple Hill Ln

Russet Ln & Orchard Ln

12 Orchard Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider Mill

Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard Ln

SUMMER STREET

Route D Am

703 Main St

30 Homestead Rd

Homestead Rd & Oxbow Rd

5 Ivanhoe Dr

7 Wing Rd

18 Wing Rd

31 Wing Rd

1067 Main St

Merrow Rd & Main St

Main St & Pine Hill Rd

Main St & Pagos Way

Mitchell Rd & Richards Rd

Thwing Rd & Carol Ann Rd

Thwing Rd & Phillips Rd

31 Phillips Rd

SUMMER STREET

Route E Am

Beaver Ave & Main St

16 Hutchins Cir

390 Main St

19 Olde Towne Rd

58 Edward Ave North

Edward Ave & Sigmund St

41 Pine St

10 Pine St

44 Partridge Ln

14 Village Row

1 Village Row

9 Wirthmore Ln

Meadow Ln & Dale Rd

447 Main St

SUMMER STREET

Route H Am

975 Main St

3 Ostis Way

130 Lowell St

Lowell St

Lil’s Way & Lowell St

7 Mohawk Ln

Smith Farm Trl & Lowell St

11 Smith Farm Tr

16 Pocahontas Way

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Norris Rd & Tapley Rd

326 Lowell St

Parsons Ave & Summer St

12 Westover Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route I Am

385 Essex St

Essex St & Melody Ln

5 Currie Cir

3 Jordan Rd

380 Essex St

4 Keniston Rd

Lovell Rd & Keniston Rd

Stillman Rd & Lovell Rd

Stillman Road & Essex St

48 Essex St

16 Essex St

2 Ashley Ct

9 Willard Ln

23 Carter Rd

SUMMER STREET

Route J Am

Heritage Ln & Bryant St

14 Tappan Way

2 Tappan Ct

5 Wheeler St

23 Heritage Ln

Heritage Ln & Windsor Rd

4 Candlewood Rd

Rd & Juniper Rd

Candlewood Rd & Perkins

Ln

3 Perkins Ln

8 Townsend Rd

Townsend Rd

Townsend Rd & Needham

Rd

1 Charing Cross

SUMMER STREET

Route K Am

53 Chestnut Street

119 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

353 Chestnut St

409 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Alderney Way

13 Tophet Rd

16 Cortland Lane

5 Cooks Farm Lane

687 Chestnut Street

576 Lowell St

482 Lowell St

Chestnut St & Sevinor Rd

90 Chestnut St

76 Chestnut St

Perry Ave & Green Meadow

Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route O Am

357 Summer St

2 Broadway

100 King Rail Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route B Pm

10 Hampton Ct

Midland Rd & Hampton Ct

21 Midland Rd

12 Chatham Way

Chatham Way & Grey Ln

Huntingdon Rd & Grey Ln

36 Grey Ln

Durham Dr & Grey Ln

5 Landsdowne Ct

Daventry Ct & Willowby

Way

10 Daventry Ct

7 Huntingdon Rd

18 Huntingdon Rd

9 Durham Dr

Chatham Way & Durham

Dr

25 Chatham Way

Yorkshire Dr & Grey Ln

SUMMER STREET

Route C Pm

427 Lowell St

509 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

651 Lowell St

705 Lowell St

3 Murphy Way

Hilltop Rd & Lowell St

3 Powder Hill Rd

4 Willis Ln

W Tapley Rd & Glen Dr

2 Apple Hill Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland Ln

Russet Ln & Apple Hill Ln

Russet Ln & Orchard Ln

12 Orchard Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider Mill

Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard Ln

SUMMER STREET

Route D Pm

703 Main St

30 Homestead Road

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Merrow Rd & Main St

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Mitchell Rd & Richards Rd

Thwing Rd & Carol Ann Rd

Thwing Rd & Phillips Rd

31 Phillips Road

SUMMER STREET

Route E Pm

Beaver Ave & Main St

16 Hutchins Cir

390 Main St

19 Olde Towne Rd

58 Edward Ave North

Edward Ave & Sigmund St

41 Pine St

10 Pine St

44 Partridge Ln

14 Village Row

1 Village Row

9 Wirthmore Ln

Meadow Ln & Dale Rd

447 Main St

SUMMER STREET

Route H Pm

12 Westover Dr

975 Main St

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Norris Rd & Tapley Rd

326 Lowell St

3 Ostis Way

130 Lowell St

110 Lowell St

Lil’s Way & Lowell St

7 Mohawk Ln

Smith Farm Trl & Lowell St

11 Smith Farm Trl

16 Pocahontas Way

Parsons Ave & Summer St

SUMMER STREET

Route I Pm

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Stillman Rd & Lovell Rd

Lovell Rd & Keniston Rd

4 Keniston Rd

385 Essex St

Essex St & Melody Ln

3 Jordan Rd

5 Currie Cir

380 Essex S

SUMMER STREET

Route J Pm

1 Charing Cross

Townsend Rd & Needham

Rd

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Candlewood Rd & Perkins

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5 Wheeler St

2 Tappan Ct

14 Tappan Way

Heritage Ln & Bryant St

SUMMER STREET

Route K Pm

53 Chestnut St

119 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

353 Chestnut St

409 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Alderney Way

13 Tophet Rd

16 Cortland Ln

5 Cooks Farm Ln

687 Chestnut St

576 Lowell St

482 Lowell St

Chestnut St & Sevinor Rd

90 Chestnut St

76 Chestnut St

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Responsibility of Old Meeting House

falls to town Historical Commission

By Anne MArie ToBin

LYNNFIELD ― It’s official

- the management, control and

custody of the Meeting House is

back in the town’s hands.

The Select Board voted unanimously

Monday night to delegate

the responsibility of all

matters pertaining to the operation

of the Old Meeting House

to the Historical Commission.

“We feel that we are better

off managing the building

ourselves,” said Select Board

Chair Dick Dalton. “We decided

it would be best to not

have to go through the RFP

(request for proposal) process.

We have put management back

in control of the town so there

are no questions about what an

outsider might be doing with

the property. By managing it

ourselves, we can hold people

accountable, which we haven’t

done for many years. Now, we

know we can control it and we

will not allow the building to be

neglected.”

The vote comes months

after the town severed all ties

with the Lynnfield Historical

Society, an organization that,

for many years, had managed

the Meeting House under a mistaken

assumption that it had authority

to do so.

Town Counsel Thomas

Mullen said he had been asked

to give advice on “whether and

to what extent the Select Board

may authorize the Lynnfield

Historical Society, Inc. (the ‘society’)

to manage, use and occupy

the Old Meeting House.

“I must advise that no such

management, use or occupancy

be permitted,” Mullen said.

Mullen went on to say that,

under current law, private organizations

such as the Society

cannot be given control of a

town-owned property to run and

profit from as it sees fit without

a public bidding process (RFP)

designed to ensure that the town

receives the most advantageous

terms possible.

If the Select Board wished

to allow a private organization

to manage the building as

part of a concession arrangement,

Mullen said he would

advise that “a formal request

for proposals process be followed

to ensure satisfaction of

all applicable public bidding

requirements, that the selected

proposer prove its history of

tax compliance, and that rigorous

accounting standards be

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“I understand that the Select

Board is instead considering

whether to ask the Lynnfield

Historical Commission, which,

unlike the Society, is a public

body of the town, to manage

the Meeting House. Such a relationship

would have the advantage

of not requiring any bidding

or entangling the town in

a contract with a private entity.”

Dalton said the question

before the Select Board was

simple.

“Last night, it was a very

narrow question before us and

it came down to whether we

have the right to grant that right

to anyone, regardless of IRS

standing, without going through

an RFP process, and the answer

is we do not,” he said. “Without

an RFP we simply do not have

the right to grant it to anyone,

regardless of IRS standing or

anything else without going

through the RFP process. The

long-standing relationship,

whatever it was, with the society

is not a valid legal relationship.

The society is simply

an outside organization with no

rights. The issue is, we needed

to put management back in control

of the town and then there

is no question that we are doing

Find our

this properly.”

Mullen said it was clear that

the town never had authority to

convey the property to any outside

group unless after public

bidding.

“If you want to have that

arrangement with a private

organization, you need to

structure a very tight RFP,” he

said. “By asking the Historical

Commission, that has the benefit

of simplicity by avoiding

public bidding and entrapment

of any private organization.”

Mullen said the society is a

Massachusetts nonprofit corporation

that has lost its tax-exempt

status with the Internal

Revenue Service, failed to file

tax returns for several years

and was for some years out of

compliance with the Attorney

General’s Division of Public

Charities.

“Last month, the society successfully

registered with the

said division, but it has not yet

filed any annual reports, and

I am not aware that it has had

any success in regaining federal

tax-exempt status,” Mullen

said.

“I was surprised to learn that

the town has, for many years,

without any written agreement,

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permitted the society to arrange

rentals of the Meeting House,

to collect rent payments and to

apply the proceeds to the cost

of maintaining the building, all

without periodic accountings.”

Dalton said the town is in

the process of purchasing new

chairs, tables and other items

for the Meeting House and that

all of the old tables and chairs

have been removed from the

building.

“In the past, the quality of

work inside the building has

been poor quality and the

storage of the chairs and tables

was just dangerous,” Dalton

said. “We want everything to

be first class. We are so much

better off now that we can make

sure that the town can not only

maintain quality there but improve

it. Now that the town has

control, people will see marked

improvement inside and outside

not only at the Meeting House,

but at the Pope-Richard House

as well. Never have I had more

glowing compliments than

since we have done this beautiful

work on the common, and

now having the ability to continue

that work with the buildings,

it will only get better. We

know this is the right direction.”

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Tuesday, Oct. 19

North Reading at Lynnfield (4:15)

Thursday, Oct. 21

Manchester-Essex at Lynnfield (3:45)

Monday, Oct. 25

Pentucket at Lynnfield (3:45)

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Lynnfield at Greater Lowell (4)

Girls Soccer

Friday, Sept. 10

North Reading at Lynnfield (4:15)

Monday, Sept. 13

Lynnfield at Triton (3:45)

Wednesday, Sept. 15

Lynnfield at Rockport (3:45)

Saturday, Sept. 18

Essex Tech at Lynnfield (10)

Monday, Sept. 20

Hamilton-Wenham at Lynnfield (3:45)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Lynnfield at Newburyport (4:15)

Saturday, Sept. 25

Danvers at Lynnfield (10)

Monday, Sept. 27

Pentucket at Lynnfield (3:45)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Georgetown at Lynnfield (6)

Monday, Oct. 4

Newburyport at Lynnfield (5:45)

Wednesday, Oct. 6

Lynnfield at Marblehead (4)

Friday, Oct. 8

Lynnfield at Amesbury (3:45)

Monday, Oct. 11

Ipswich at Lynnfield (10)

Friday, Oct. 15

Triton at Lynnfield (3:45)

Tuesday, Oct. 19

Lynnfield at North Reading (4:45)

Thursday, Oct. 21

Lynnfield at Manchester-Essex (4)

Saturday, Oct. 23

Lynnfield at Wayland (5:30)

Monday, Oct. 25

Lynnfield at Pentucket (3:45)

Golf

Thursday, Sept. 2

Rockport at Lynnfield (3)

Wednesday, Sept. 8

Pentucket at Lynnfield (3)

Monday, Sept. 13

Lynnfield at Newburyport (3:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Hamilton-Wenham at Lynnfield (3)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Ipswich at Lynnfield (3)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Lynnfield at Essex Tech (3:30)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Lynnfield at Manchester-Essex (3:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Lynnfield at Triton (3:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Essex Tech at Lynnfield (3)

Thursday, Sept. 30

North Reading at Lynnfield (3)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Lynnfield at Georgetown (3:30)

Field Hockey

Thursday, Sept. 9

Lynnfield at North Reading (4:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Triton at Lynnfield (3:45)

Thursday, Sept. 16

Rockport at Lynnfield (3)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Lynnfield at Hamilton-Wenham (3:45)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Newburyport at Lynnfield (4:15)

Friday, Sept. 24

Lynnfield at Tyngsborough (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Lynnfield at Pentucket (3:45)

Thursday, Sept. 30

Lynnfield at Georgetown (3:45)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Lynnfield at Newburyport (3:45)

Thursday, Oct. 7

Amesbury at Lynnfield (7)

Friday, Oct. 8

Beverly at Lynnfield (4)

Monday, Oct. 11

Lynnfield at Ipswich (10)

Thursday, Oct. 14

Lynnfield at Triton (3:45)

Monday, Oct. 18

North Reading at Lynnfield (4:15)

Friday, Oct. 22

Manchester-Essex at Lynnfield (3:45)

Saturday, Oct. 23

Andover at Lynnfield (10)

Monday, Oct. 25

Danvers at Lynnfield (4:15)

Tuesday, Oct. 26

Pentucket at Lynnfield (7)

Volleyball

Monday, Sept. 6

Triton at Lynnfield (5:30)

Thursday, Sept. 9

Lynnfield at Pentucket (5:30)

Monday, Sept. 13

Georgetown at Lynnfield (5:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 15

Lynnfield at North Reading (6)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Masconomet at Lynnfield (5:30)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Lynnfield at Hamilton-Wenham (5:30)

Monday, Sept. 27

Newburyport at Lynnfield (5:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Lynnfield at Ipswich (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 1

Lynnfield at Triton (5:30)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Pentucket at Lynnfield (5:30)

Thursday, Oct. 7

Lynnfield at Georgetown (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 8

Reading at Lynnfield (5:30)

Tuesday, Oct. 12

Lynnfield at Arlington Catholic (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 15

North Andover at Lynnfield (5:30)

Tuesday, Oct. 19

Hamilton-Wenham at Lynnfield (5:30)

Thursday, Oct. 21

Lynnfield at Newburyport (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 22

Lynnfield at Lynn Classical (5:30)

Monday, Oct. 25

Ipswich at Lynnfield (5:30)

Lynnfield at North Reading (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 29

Lynnfield at North Andover (5:30)

Cross Country

Wednesday, Sept. 15

Pentucket at Lynnfield (3:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Lynnfield at Newburyport (3:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 6

Lynnfield at Triton (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

North Reading at Lynnfield (4:15)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Manchester-Essex at Lynnfield (3:30)

PEABODY

Football

Friday, Sept. 10

Peabody at Revere (7)

Friday, Sept. 17

Masconomet at Peabody (7)

Friday, Sept. 24

Beverly at Peabody (7)

Friday, Oct. 1

Marblehead at Peabody (7)

Friday, Oct. 8

Swampscott at Peabody (7)

Friday, Oct. 15

Peabody at Winthrop (7)

Friday, Oct. 22

Gloucester at Peabody (7)

Friday, Oct. 29

Peabody at Salem (7)

Thursday, Nov. 25

Saugus at Peabody (10)

Boys Soccer

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Tuesday, Sept. 14

Peabody at Salem (4)

Friday, Sept. 17

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Peabody at Swampscott (4)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Gloucester at Peabody (4)

Saturday, Sept. 25

Billerica at Peabody (2)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Beverly at Peabody (6)

Friday, Oct. 1

Danvers at Peabody (4)

Saturday, Oct. 2

Peabody at Lynn Classical (6)

Monday, Oct. 4

Peabody at Dracut (6)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Peabody at Winthrop (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Peabody at Masconomet (4)

Thursday, Oct. 14

Peabody at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Monday, Oct. 18

Marblehead at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Swampscott at Peabody (4)

Saturday, Oct. 23

Peabody at Danvers (10)

Tuesday, Oct. 26

Peabody at Beverly (4)

Thursday, Oct. 28

Peabody at Saugus (4)

Girls Soccer

Friday, Sept. 10

Newton North at Peabody (4)

Saturday, Sept. 12

Danvers at Peabody (2)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Salem at Peabody (4)

Friday, Sept. 17

Peabody at Masconomet (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Swampscott at Peabody (4)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Peabody at Gloucester (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Peabody at Beverly (4)

Saturday, Oct. 2

Danvers at Peabody (4)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Winthrop at Peabody (4)

Thursday, Oct. 7

Peabody at Central Catholic (7:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Monday, Oct. 18

Peabody at Marblehead (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Peabody at Swampscott (4)

Saturday, Oct. 23

North Andover at Peabody (11)

Tuesday, Oct. 26

Beverly at Peabody (4)

Thursday, Oct. 28

Saugus at Peabody (6)

Golf

Thursday, Sept. 2

Peabody at Gloucester (4)

Thursday, Sept. 9

Saugus at Peabody (4)

Monday, Sept. 13

Peabody at Salem (4)

Monday, Sept. 20

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Peabody at Marblehead (4)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Beverly at Peabody (4)

Monday, Sept. 27

Gloucester at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Peabody at Saugus (4)

Thursday, Sept. 30

Peabody at Winthrop (4)

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Tuesday, Oct. 5

Salem at Peabody (4)

Tuesday, Oct. 12

Swampscott at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Peabody at Danvers (4)

Field Hockey

Friday, Sept. 10

Peabody at Masconomet (4)

Monday, Sept. 13

Swampscott at Peabody (4)

Friday, Sept. 17

Everett at Peabody (4)

Monday, Sept. 20

Gloucester at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Peabody at Danvers (4)

Friday, Sept. 24

Everett at Peabody (4)

Monday, Sept. 27

Revere at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Sept. 29

Peabody at Beverly (4)

Friday, Oct. 1

Peabody at Marblehead (4)

Monday, Oct. 4

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 6

Peabody at Swampscott (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Danvers at Peabody (4)

Friday, Oct. 15

Peabody at Gloucester (4)

Monday, Oct. 18

Peabody at Revere (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Saugus at Peabody (4)

Monday, Oct. 25

Peabody at Everett (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Beverly at Peabody (4)

Friday, Oct. 29

Marblehead at Peabody (4)

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PEABODY

Volleyball

Thursday, Sept. 9

Peabody at North Andover (5:30)

Friday, Sept. 10

Peabody at Woburn (5:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Peabody at Marblehead (5:30)

Friday, Sept. 17

Swampscott at Peabody (5:30)

Monday, Sept. 20

Peabody at Swampscott (5:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Peabody at Masconomet (5:30)

Friday, Sept. 24

Central Catholic at Peabody (5:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Peabody at Saugus (5:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 30

Peabody at Danvers (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 1

Medford at Peabody (5:30)

Monday, Oct. 4

Marblehead at Peabody (5:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 6

Salem at Peabody (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 8

North Reading at Peabody (5:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Masconomet at Peabody (5:30)

Friday, Oct. 15

Peabody at Melrose (5:30)

Monday, Oct. 18

Peabody at Beverly (5:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Danvers at Peabody (5:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Peabody at Medford (5:30)

Thursday, Oct. 28

Winthrop at Peabody (5:30)

Cross Country

Thursday, Sept. 9

Swampscott at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Sept. 15

Peabody at Danvers (4)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 6

Marblehead at Peabody (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Peabody at Beverly (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Peabody at Gloucester (4)

BISHOP FENWICK

Football

Friday, Sept. 10

South Hadley at Bishop Fenwick (7)

Friday, Sept. 17

Bishop Fenwick at Arlington Catholic (7)

Friday, Sept. 24

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (7)

Friday, Oct. 1

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (7)

Friday, Oct. 8

Bishop Fenwick at Cardinal Spellman (7)

Friday, Oct. 15

Archbishop Williams at Bishop Fenwick (7)

Friday, Oct. 22

Bishop Feehan at Bishop Fenwick (7)

Friday, Oct. 29

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Stang (7)

Thursday, Nov. 25

Malden Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (10)

Boys Soccer

Tuesday, Sept. 7

Malden Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Friday, Sept. 10

Newburyport at Bishop Fenwick (4:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 15

Arlington Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Friday, Sept. 17

Hamilton-Wenham at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Monday, Sept. 20

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (5:30)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Monday, Sept. 27

Bishop Fenwick at Archbishop Williams (TBD)

Monday, Oct. 4

Bishop Fenwick at Cardinal Spellman (3:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 6

Bishop Feehan at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Friday, Oct. 8

Bishop Fenwick at Masconomet (TBD)

Monday, Oct. 11

Bishop Fenwick at Arlington Catholic (2)

Thursday, Oct. 14

Peabody at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Saturday, Oct. 16

Bishop Stang at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Monday, Oct. 18

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Bishop Fenwick at Austin Prep (4)

Friday, Oct. 22

Bishop Fenwick at Malden Catholic (6)

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Tuesday, Oct. 26

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Thursday, Oct. 28

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Girls Soccer

Monday, Sept. 13

Arlington Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (3:45)

Thursday, Sept. 16

Bishop Fenwick at Danvers (6:30)

Saturday, Sept. 18

Newburyport at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Monday, Sept. 20

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Bishop Fenwick at Austin Prep (3:30)

Monday, Sept. 27

Archbishop Williams at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Friday, Oct. 1

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Feehan (4)

Monday, Oct. 4

Cardinal Spellman at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Saturday, Oct. 9

Bishop Fenwick at Central Catholic (12)

Wednesday, Oct. 13

Arlington Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Saturday, Oct. 16

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Stang (10)

Monday, Oct. 18

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (4)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Saturday, Oct. 23

North Reading at Bishop Fenwick (12)

Tuesday, Oct. 25

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Thursday, Oct. 27

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Golf

Tuesday, Sept. 7

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (3)

Wednesday, Sept. 8

Bishop Fenwick at Archbishop Williams (3)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Arlington Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (3)

Wednesday, Sept. 15

Matignon at Bishop Fenwick (3)

Thursday, Sept. 16

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (3)

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Feehan (3)

Thursday, Oct. 7

Cardinal Spellman at Bishop Fenwick (3)

Sunday, Oct. 10

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (5)

Tuesday, Oct. 12

Bishop Fenwick at Cardinal Spellman (2:30)

Field Hockey

Thursday, Sept. 9

Bishop Fenwick at Chelmsford (TBD)

Friday, Sept. 10

Northeast at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Monday, Sept. 13

Bishop Feehan at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Central Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Bishop Fenwick at Austin Prep (TBD)

Thursday, Sept. 23

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Monday, Sept. 27

Danvers at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Thursday, Sept. 30

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Saturday, Oct. 2

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Stang (3)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (4)

Thursday, Oct. 7

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Feehan (4)

Tuesday, Oct. 12

Bishop Fenwick at Bedford (4)

Thursday, Oct. 14

Northeast at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Tuesday, Oct. 19

Bishop Fenwick at Manchester-Essex (4)

Thursday, Oct. 21

North Reading at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Saturday, Oct. 23

Bishop Stang at Bishop Fenwick (2)

Wednesday, Oct. 26

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Friday, Oct. 28

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Volleyball

Tuesday, Sept. 7

Danvers at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Friday, Sept. 10

Bishop Fenwick at Marblehead (5:30)

Saturday, Sept. 11

Bishop Fenwick at Wakefield (12:30)

Monday, Sept. 13

Ipswich at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Thursday, Sept. 16

Arlington Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Friday, Sept. 17

Bishop Fenwick at Masconomet (5:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (5:30)

Thursday, Sept. 23

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Archbishop Williams at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Thursday, Sept. 30

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Feehan (5:30)

Saturday, Oct. 2

Swampscott at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Bishop Fenwick at Cardinal Spellman (5:30)

Saturday, Oct. 9

Essex Tech at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Thursday, Oct. 14

Bishop Fenwick at Arlington Catholic (5:30)

Saturday, Oct. 16

Bishop Stang at Bishop Fenwick (11)

Tuesday, Oct. 19

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

Thursday, Oct. 21

Bishop Fenwick at Austin Prep (5:30)

Saturday, Oct. 23

Bishop Fenwick at Danvers (5:30)

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Friday, Oct. 29

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Cup (TBD)

Cross Country

Saturday, Sept. 11

Bishop Fenwick at MSTCA Relays (TBD)

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Bishop Fenwick, St. Mary’s at Cardinal Spellman

(4)

Saturday, Sept. 18

Bishop Fenwick at McNiff Relays (10)

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Bishop Fenwick, Bishop Feehan, St. Joseph’s Prep

at Matignon (4)

Saturday, Sept. 25

Bishop Fenwick at Frank Kelley Invitational (9)

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Freshman/Sophomore

Meet (4)

Tuesday, Oct. 5

Bishop Fenwick, Bishop Stang at Archbishop Williams

(4)

Tuesday, Oct. 12

Arlington Catholic, Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick

(4)

Saturday, Oct. 16

Bishop Fenwick at Catholic Memorial Invitational

(9)

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Bishop Fenwick at CCL Championships (3)

Bishop Fenwick golf opens season with a loss to Austin Prep

FILE PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

Bishop Fenwick’s Leo Schroeder put up 25 points for the Crusaders in a season-opening loss to

Austin Prep Monday afternoon at Hillview Golf Club.

By Mike Alongi

NORTH READING —

Just like last year, the Bishop

Fenwick golf team was one of

the very first teams to compete

on the opening day of the fall

sports season.

But unfortunately for the

Crusaders, they couldn’t come

out with a win this time around

as Fenwick fell to Catholic

Central League foe Austin Prep

by a score of 175-164 Monday

afternoon at Hillview Golf

Club.

“It was a perfect day and you

couldn’t have asked for more

to start off the season,” said

Fenwick coach Jim McHugh.

“It’s always great to get back to

competing, and all of the guys

were really excited to get out

there.”

Tony Novak led the way for

Fenwick with 28 points, while

Leo Schroeder wasn’t far behind

with 25 points. Jason Romans

and Connor Cunningham each

put up 24 points, while Mike

Carter added 23 points.

“I was pretty happy with

how the guys played out there,”

said McHugh. “We didn’t blow

it out of the water but we also

didn’t have a terrible day. The

guys showed some promise and

there’s definitely things for us

to build on.”

For Fenwick, which graduated

its four most experienced

players last spring, Monday’s

match was more about getting

reps for the younger players and

getting them more comfortable

on the course.

“I think the biggest thing for

us is just getting experience and

continuing to work hard each

and every day,” said McHugh.

“I think if we can come out and

just clean up things like putting

and short game, we’ll be in a

good spot.”

And now the Crusaders will

have more than a week off before

their next match, meaning

there is plenty of time to put in

work on the practice tee.

“It’s definitely nice to now

have this time to go back and

work on things,” said McHugh.

“We saw what we looked like

in a match against a good team,

and now we can go back and

work on the things we didn’t do

as well.”

Fenwick (0-1) returns to action

next Tuesday (4) against

CCL rival St. Mary’s on the

road at Gannon Municipal Golf

Course.

“The guys are always excited

to go up against St. Mary’s,”

said McHugh. “They’re obviously

one of the best teams

in the CCL every year, so we

know we’ll have to bring our

best if we want to get a win.”


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Lynnfield, Peabody meet in football scrimmage

PHOTOS | Spenser Hasak

Peabody football coach Mark Bettencourt gives out instructions during

Saturday’s scrimmage against Lynnfield.

Lynnfield football coach Pat Lamusta looks on during his team’s scrimmage

against Peabody.

Lynnfield’s Cam Marengi jumps into the air to make a catch against Peabody.

Peabodys John Lucas is dragged down by a group of Lynnfield

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The Lynnfield football team tries to fire up its offense during Saturday’s scrimmage against Peabody.

Lynnfield quarterback David Tracy throws a pass under pressure.

Peabody’s Ajadis Abadi, right, lands a hit on Lynnfield’s Gavin DeLuties.

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Must-make simple, healthy zucchini recipes

Zucchini rollatini are a creative way to use up the summer’s most bountiful vegetable.

PHOTO | KRISTEN REED

By Kristen reed

pepper

In a medium bowl, combine

too soft). Broil 4-5 min or until

Do you have a bunch of zucchini

growing in your garden

right now?

Looking for some new,

healthy and fun recipes to add to

your mix?

I’ve got you!

Zucchini is in full bloom

right now, and since it’s one

of the easiest veggies to grow,

I highly recommend planting

some of these seeds for your

own garden. Not only is it fun

to harvest your healthy produce

and save money while doing it,

it’s also super satisfying to grow

your own goodies and get the

kids involved, too. Tip: kids are

much more likely to eat veggies

if they’re involved with growing

and picking them!

Whether you have your own

zucchini or you get some from

your local farmer’s market, let’s

make some fun and healthy zucchini

recipes full of potassium,

fiber, and vitamins A, B and C.

It’s one of the most versatile veggies

around ― from desserts, to

sides to main dishes ― as you’ll

see below. Here are four of my

favorites that even veggie-haters

will love!

Zucchini Rollatini (inspired

by the Defined Dish)

INGREDIENTS:

Quick Bolognese

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

3/4 cup finely diced carrot

3/4 cup finely diced yellow

onion (about 1/2 of a medium

onion)

4 cloves garlic, minced

1 lb ground beef (or omit for

vegetarian)

1 tsp kosher salt

1/4 tsp crushed red pepper

flakes

1/2 tsp dried thyme

1/2 tsp dried oregano

1 [15 ounce] jar of marinara

(I love Rao’s brand)

1/4 cup water

1 bay leaf

1/2 cup milk, creamer, or

heavy cream

Zucchini roll-ups

1 8-ounce carton ricotta

1 egg

1/4 tsp kosher salt

sprinkle of black pepper

1/4 cup finely diced parsley

2 zucchini

fresh basil for serving

INSTRUCTIONS:

Preheat oven to 375F.

Make the Quick Bolognese:

Heat a cast-iron skillet (or another

oven-safe skillet) with oil

over medium heat. Add the carrot,

onion and garlic.

Cook, stirring, until onions

are slightly tender; about 4 minutes.

Once onions are softened,

add the ground beef, kosher salt,

freshly ground black pepper,

crushed red pepper flakes, dried

thyme and dried oregano. Cook,

breaking up meat with back of

a spoon, until meat is browned,

5 to 7 minutes. Drain off excess

fat and return to the skillet over

medium heat.

Add the marinara, water, bay

leaf and dairy-free creamer to

the skillet and stir to combine.

Reduce heat and let the sauce

simmer over medium-low heat,

uncovered, while you prepare

the zucchini roll ups.

the ricotta, egg, salt, pepper and

parsley. Stir until well combined,

set aside.

Trim the ends of the squash.

Using a mandolin (or with a

sharp knife), slice lengthwise

into thin planks. Lay slices a single

layer on a kitchen hand towel

and continue until all are sliced

thin.

To assemble, slightly overlap

two slices of the zucchini

and add one tablespoon of the

ricotta mixture at one end then

gently roll. Once rolled, nestle

each zucchini roll-up seam side

down into the simmering sauce.

Continue until all are rolled and

nestled. (You should end up with

12-14 roll-ups). If you have any

remaining ricotta mixture, scatter

some dollops on top of the

roll-ups in the skillet.

Transfer skillet to the oven

and cook, uncovered until the

zucchini is just tender, about

9-10 minutes. You want the zucchini

to still have a slight bite to

it, and not be soggy.

Remove from oven and allow

to cool for 5 minutes. Garnish

with fresh basil and enjoy!

Healthy Flourless Zucchini

Muffins

INGREDIENTS:

1 cup grated zucchini

1 cup creamy almond butter

1/4 cup maple syrup or honey

3 eggs, beaten

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

1/3 cup chocolate chips (I

love Hu brand)

Preheat oven to 350°F and

spray muffin tin well with cooking

spray.

Measure 1 cup of grated zucchini

then wrap the zucchini in

paper towels, cheese cloth, or a

kitchen towel and squeeze out as

much liquid as possible.

Add everything except chocolate

chips to a medium mixing

bowl. Mix until well combined

and then gently stir in chocolate

chips.

Fill about ¾ full with the

muffin mixture. Top with extra

chocolate chips, if desired.

Bake for 20 minutes, or until

the tops are set and a toothpick

inserted into the center comes

out clean. Cool for 5 minutes,

and if they’re sticking at all trace

a butter knife along the rim of

the muffin tin to help loosen the

muffin to get them out in one

piece. These can be frozen for 4

months! Enjoy!

Zucchini Mini Pizzas

INGREDIENTS:

2 large zucchini, sliced in

1/4” thick rounds

1/2 cup pizza, marinara, or

tomato sauce

1 teaspoon oregano

2 cups mozzarella cheese

1/4 cup parmesan cheese

pizza toppings

INSTRUCTIONS:

Preheat oven to 450°F. Line

a baking pan with foil or use a

silicon mat.

Arrange zucchini on pan.

Top zucchini slices with pizza

sauce, oregano, cheese and

your favorite pizza toppings.

Bake 4-5 min or until zucchi-

cheese is bubbly. Enjoy!

Crispy Zucchini Fritters

INGREDIENTS:

2 large zucchini

2 large eggs lightly beaten

1/2 cup chopped green onions

1 cup almond flour or all purpose

flour

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp plus 1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp ground black pepper

INSTRUCTIONS:

Wash zucchini and trim off

ends. Grate zucchini and place in

a large mixing bowl, stir in 1 tsp

salt and set aside for 10 minutes.

Then, squeeze handfuls of

zucchini tightly over the sink to

remove extra water. It helps to

wring it out in a cheesecloth if

you have one. You should end up

with 3 1/2 to 4 cups of squeezed

dry zucchini. Transfer to a large

mixing bowl.

Add 1/2 cups chopped green

onion and 2 lightly beaten eggs.

In a small bowl, stir together

flour with baking powder, garlic

powder, salt and black pepper.

Add flour mixture into zucchini

mixture and stir until well combined.

Place a large heavy bottomed

cast iron over medium-high

heat. Add 2 Tbsp olive oil over

medium high heat. Once the oil

is hot, add the zucchini mixture

one heaping tablespoon at a time

and flatten out the tops slightly

to make them round. Sauté 3-5

minutes per side or until golden

brown. Can be served with a dollop

of sour cream or a drizzle of

1/2 tsp freshly ground black

Make the Roll-Ups:

INSTRUCTIONS:

ni is tender (you don’t want it

spicy mayo. Enjoy!


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Gnocchi so good, it shuts down a parking lot

PHOTOS | Tréa Lavery

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse at MarketStreet Lynnfield hosted another parking lot

party on Wednesday, August 25, 2021.

The Massive Groove Bank performs at the parking lot party.

Chefs prepare gnocchi bolognese at the parking lot party at Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse

at MarketStreet Lynnfield.

A crowd sits eating, drinking, and socializing during the parking lot party at Davio’s Northern

Italian Steakhouse.

Brea Lucci of Beverly and her dog, Amber, listen to music at

the parking lot party at Davio’s.

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