Wenzel: ‘Bon Appetit, Julia!’ staged at Fall Tea


Wenzel: ‘Bon Appetit, Julia!’ staged at Fall Tea

MARLBOROUGH – “Bon Appetit, Julia!” was on the menu at the Fall Tea presented by the First United Methodist Church, 52 Church St., “Women Helping Others.”

Staged by the Delvena Theatre Company, the live performance featured the late Julia Child, in 1989, as she promoted her new book, “Way To Cook.” This is a sequel to the popular “Meet Julia Child!” show also presented by Delvena.

The interactive fun show featured Lynne Moulton as Julia and Joseph Zamparelli as Joe.

Wenzel: ‘Bon Appetit, Julia!’ staged at Fall Tea
“Bon Appetit, Julia!” was on the menu at the Fall Tea presented by the First United Methodist Church “Women Helping Others.” In the photo,
(L-R): Deana Murphy, Judy Chaves, Jan Racca, Linda Papile, Joyce Swett,
Lynne Moulton (Julia Child) and Joseph Zamparelli (Joe).(Photo/Mary Wenzel)

The tea was well attended by local residents who not only enjoyed the presentation but also enjoyed a light buffet featuring sandwiches, quiche, fruit, wonderful desserts and of course tea.

THE MARLBOROUGH ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION loves the work that Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School students are doing around the city. Most recently, Painting & Design students could be spotted painting the Walker Building gazebo. These students are being prepared for the workforce with real experience in the community.

THE MORNING MONEY MAKERS investment club members have weathered the ups and downs of the stock market for three decades and recently gathered to celebrate 30 years of investing. Gathering in a meeting room at New Horizons, several current and former members of the MMM were on hand to see a special recognition from BetterInvesting as follows:

Wenzel: ‘Bon Appetit, Julia!’ staged at Fall Tea
Several current and past members of the Morning Money
Makers investment club recently gathered to celebrate their
30th anniversary. In photo, (L-R): Seated: Marilyn Perry, Martha
Domke and Mary Wenzel; Standing: Fran Meschini, Cathy
Mogavero, Cheryl Cusson, Carol Delano, Karen Wetherell, Toni
Wolf and Emily Greenwood. (Photo/Fred Brewitt)

“This honor is bestowed upon Morning Money Makers in recognition of 30 years of dedication to the BetterInvesting principles of investing.”

THE MARLBOROUGH TRAILS COMMITTEE is hosting Fall Apple Cider Walks along the Sudbury Reservoir Trail on Sunday, Oct. 29, 2 – 4 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 4, 10 a.m. – noon.

Join them to explore the Sudbury Reservoir Trail in Marlborough and immerse yourself in the vibrant colors of fall.

Make sure to register:
Sunday, Oct. 29 from 2-4 pm

Saturday, Nov. 4 from 10 am – noon

MAJOR applause for 11th grader, Andrew Naim, captain of the Marlborough High School boys’ cross country team. During the esteemed Ghiloni Cup XC race, Andrew soared to first place in the 5000-meter run, marking the 10th fastest time in the event’s history.

MARLBOROUGH Mayor Arthur Vigeant was on hand to welcome Akiruno Exchange Program students and chaperones from Akiruno City, Tokyo, Japan. These students spent some time in the city with their Whitcomb Middle School families before returning home.

The Whitcomb Middle School hosted a welcoming ceremony for these students. The ceremony wrapped up with a special dance performance by the visitors. Big thanks to Heather Roach for organizing this event and to Whitcomb Principal Christine Dolan and Superintendent Mary Murphy for their warm welcomes.

This is the 30th year of being a sister city of Akiruno, and City Councilor Donald Landers, who has supported the program since this relationship began in 1993, was on hand at a City Hall reception where he wore a special occasion white tie given to him in 1998 from the then mayor of Akiruno. Also at City Hall, Mayor Vigeant recognized each student and chaperone from Akiruno as Honorary Citizens of the City of Marlborough.


Oct. 27 – U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan
Oct. 28 – J. Christian Dumais
Oct. 31 – Linda Short and Bill Mauro
Oct. 31 – Happy Halloween
Nov. 1 – Sean Navin, Sandy Stetson, Anne Trodella and Jodi Schoolcraft
Nov. 1 – Earthquake in Marlborough in 1761
Nov. 2 – Chris Christo
Nov. 3 – Yvette Mesmar and Megan McGorty
Nov. 4 – Cindy Vail
Nov. 6 – Mary Whitten
Nov. 7 – Peggy Ayres and Diane McNally
Nov. 8 – Mary Cappadona, Ron Dalbec, Joan Toohey, Oliver Pope and Beverly Fiske


Nov. 3 – Dave and Sue Williams
Nov. 6 – Katherine and Michael Hennessy
Nov. 7 – Elizabeth and Jason Young

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