MARLBOROUGH – Karleen Habin and Mary Lou Woodford, with Cancer1Source, were the recent recipients of a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation.
At the Cummings Foundation Grant Celebration, they were accompanied by Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant.
Cancer1Source is a nonprofit, public charity that was created by a group of oncology nurses to meet the cancer community’s unmet needs. The Cummings Foundation’s $25 million grant program supports nonprofit organizations based in the greater Boston area. They have awarded grants to 140 non-profits.
A 40TH REUNION for the Marlborough High School Class of 1981 will be held at the Marlborough Country Club, 200 Concord Road, on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, at 7:30 p.m.
The reunion will feature dinner and entertainment.
The Class Reunion Committee Members and their e-mail addresses are listed below:
- Mary Cappadona – [email protected]
- Joe DiRico – [email protected]
- Carol Van Lingen Droege – [email protected]
- Joyce Eaton Gravel – [email protected]
- Julie Bane Monteith – [email protected]
- MHS Class of 1981 Reunion email – marlborohighclassof1981.com
- Marlboro High School Class of 1981 Facebook Page
JEAN PETERS was recently presented a Certificate of Recognition from the City of Marlborough, in acknowledgment of her many years of volunteer service to the City of Marlborough.
Jean has volunteered for Human Services for over 20 years and has gone above and beyond in her work to the citizens of Marlborough. Jean has volunteered with the Marlborough Community Cupboard and was a behind-the-scenes event coordinator for the Evening of Giving and Friends of the Marlborough Public Library. Jean worked with South Middlesex Opportunity Council for many years and continues to be a community advocate for the City of Marlborough.
The Certificate was signed by Arthur G. Vigeant, Mayor, who issued this public statement of appreciation and recognition to Jean Peters for her dedication to the City of Marlborough and to extend Best Wishes on her retirement.
THE CITY MOURNS the passing of Mary (Cronin) Giorgi, former English Teacher for Marlborough Public Schools. The City also mourns the passing of Matthew Colicchio who worked for Marlborough Department of Public Works. We extend our condolences to both families.
THE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES, with The Reminisants, is on Thursday, Aug. 11, beginning at 7 p.m., in Union Common, located on the corner of Main and Bolton (Rte. 85) streets. Admission is free for the concert and the public is invited to attend.
THE MARLBOROUGH SHAMROCKS will play the Hartford Rebels on Aug. 20, 7 p.m., at Kelleher Field.
THE MARLBOROUGH RECREATION DEPARTMENT is hosting a Movie in the Park, Aug. 26, featuring “The Bad Guys” at Kelleher Field. There will be free popcorn and ice cream in limited quantities. Marlborough Lions Club members will be selling pizza, drinks and snacks. Bring a blanket or chair.
MARLBOROUGH ROTARY CLUB President Aaron Aykanian recently presided over his last meeting and thanked the Club’s members for supporting him through his many projects.
Incoming President Mark Vital thanked Past President Aaron for his great year, transitioning from pandemic into a full year of in-person meetings, fundraisers and service projects. Mark recognized Aaron for his service with a past president plaque.
The new slate of Rotary Officers are: Mark Vital, President; Heather Johnston, President Elect; Heidi Borella, Vice President; Alan Herzog, Treasurer; Aaron Aykanian, Secretary; and Sebastian Cordoba and Alan Sanchez, Co-Sergeants-at-Arms.
Aug. 5 – Christopher Coppola
Aug. 6 – Todd Emich and Tammy Ducey
Aug. 8 – Don Landers, Becca Baur, Katherine Stacy and Ed Ducey
Aug. 9 – Sue Leeber and Amelia Kinney
Aug. 13 – Brianne Perdue, Heidi Moriarty, Ben Miele and Adam Keigwin
Aug. 15 – Cheryl Soucy
Aug. 16 – Sandy Mahony
Aug. 18 – Bonnie Doolin
Aug. 6 – Roger and Pat Beaudet
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