Wenzel: Fashion designer visits MHS, Women’s Fellowship plans presentation


MARLBOROUGH – The glamor world of fashions arrived at Marlborough High School recently as renowned designer Anthony Ferrara met with members of the MHS Fashion Club. 

A resident of Mansfield, Ferrara designs contemporary fashion clothing made of metal mesh fabric. 

He has designed garments for celebrities such as Katy Perry, Cher, Tina Turner, Farrah Fawcett, Elizabeth Taylor and more.

Anthony Ferrara, renowned designer of metal mesh fabric (third from left), was recently the guest of honor at a meeting of the Marlborough High School Fashion Club. He has designed garments for celebrities such as Katy Perry and Cher.

During his visit, he allowed several club members to try on three of his designs that can cost upwards of $6,000. 

“WOMEN OF THE GREATEST GENERATION” will be presented at the April 12 meeting of the Women’s Fellowship of First Church in Marlborough, Congregational. 

The Peace Players, three women, will take on the roles of two pastors and a rabbi. The story they will tell is how their lives changed during that time. 

This program is one of faith, hope, love and courage. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with a Covered Dish Supper.  Deborah Laws will offer devotions and Carol MacEwen and Laura Lane will be hostesses. Please bring personal hygiene items For Marlborough’s Community Cupboard. The public is invited to attend.

THE ROTARY CLUB OF MARLBOROUGH and the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce are holding a Community Recycling fundraiser on Saturday, April 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Navin Skating Rink at 451 Bolton St. (Rte. 85). Bring your electronics, electrical, metals and large appliances as well as yard and lawn equipment. The event is open to all communities.

In the photo, the Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club recently held their 2022 Princess Boutique providing prom dresses, jewelry, shoes and more to area teenagers. They also are presenting a Trivia Night on April 1 and a Blood Drive on April 7.

THE MARLBOROUGH JUNIOR WOMAN’S CLUB recently held their 2022 Princess Boutique providing prom dresses, jewelry, shoes and more. 

On April 1, they are holding a Trivia Night at 7 p.m. at the Hudson Elks at 99 Park St. in Hudson. Tickets are $25 each.

On April 7, from noon to 6:30 p.m., they will offer a Blood Drive at Rio Medical at 265 Washington St. in Hudson.

THE HUGE SPRING RUMMAGE SALE, sponsored by the Women’s Fellowship of First Church in Marlborough, Congregational, will be held on Friday evening, April 8, from 5 to 8 p.m., and on Saturday, April 9, from 9 a.m. to noon. 

Five-dollar bags (pay $5 for everything you can put in a brown paper grocery sized bag) will be available all Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to noon. 

The public is welcome to attend. First Church is located at 37 High St., at the corner of High and Bolton streets (Rte. 85), just above Union Common. 

Save the date, then drop in and get some great buys.


March 14 – John DeFalco and Albert Einstein

March 16 – Arthur Vigeant, Olivia Taralli and John Dunbar

March 17 – Donna Christo

March 18 – Max Wills

March 28 – Janet Dunbar

March 29 – John Evangelous Jr.

March 30 – Tim Kinney and Erlene Hinckley

March 31 – Shirley Sinacole and Toni Wolf 

April 1 (April Fool’s Day) – John Haesche and Cheryl Hunt

April 3 – Liz Mahoney 

April 7 – Maureen Kelly and Julie Dalbec

April 8 – Dori Feeney

April 10 – Leona Keefe, Margaret Dwyer and Mary Wenzel

April 12 – Michael Hogan 

April 13 – Bob Turner


March 17 – Jenn and Casey-Lee Bastien


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