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Volume 9 No. 10 “The press is the best instrument for enlightening the mind of man.” — Thomas Jefferson Thursday, march 11, 2010

on the table
Read: layoffs, closing senior center
may be needed to close budget gap
By Dave Palana, Express Staff “I have to figure out how
david@hansonexpress.com to bridge the gap,” he said. “I
Closing the senior cen- could furlough every town em-
ter, reducing police, fire and ployee for 100 days and that
town employees, instituting wouldn’t be enough to cover
furloughs, reducing library the shortfall. We’re looking at
hours and a possible override everything, and it could be a
are among the many tough combination of options.”
decisions Town Administrator EMERGENCY LANDING: Hanson Fire Department Chief Jerry Thompson and paramedics carry a
Read called reducing li-
trauma victim to a waiting Boston MedFlight after a horseback riding accident on Sunday after-
Rene Read said Hanson may brary hours and closing the noon. The 57-year-old female was transported by helicopter from the bogs in the Burrage Wildlife
have to consider to overcome senior center a “very real pos- Refuge on Hawks Avenue. Photo by Stephanie Spyropoulos
a massive budget shortfall. sibility,” saying it could save
town meeting
Speaking at the Board of
Selectmen meeting at Town
Hanson $225,000 before the
associated cost of unemploy-
ment and maintenance.
“It’s a rather Draconian
Woman MedFlighted after
Hall on Tuesday, Read said
he is beginning to meet with
department heads to discuss
their individual budgets, and
measure, but one I must ex-
plore,” he said.
However, he said he did
not want to close the senior
horseback riding accident
By Stephanie Spyropoulos, Express Staff but family at the scene reportedly had ties to
expects a budget gap of any- center without “a safety net,” steph@hansonexpress.com Hanson.
where from $850,000 to $1 and said he is already in talks A local woman is listed in stable condition Brenda Burt, of Hanson, was exploring
million. To cover the shortfall, with the Hanover town ad- after being thrown from a horse on Sunday the wildlife refuge with a friend and several
Read said the town will have ministrator to work out an ar- afternoon in the Burrage Pond Wildlife Man- children when police entered the dirt road.
to consider many tough pos- rangement for Hanson seniors agement Area on Hawks Avenue. “We heard that someone was hurt. She is
sibilities. continued on page 13
The woman’s name has not been released, continued on page 4

Congressional candidate speaks Two vie for

selectman seat
By Jared Trout
Express Contributor
On a snowy March eve-
ning, 35 Republicans gathered
at Bernardo’s to donate mon-
ey, listen to candidates and Kealy and Soper share their
discuss public affairs. The
atmosphere was eager and op- views on running for the board
timistic. The Scott Brown vic- By Meaghan Glassett, Express Staff lenged by Sean Kealy, a mem-
tory of six weeks ago was on Meaghan@hansonexpress.com ber of the Hanson Finance
the minds of many when Joe Last month, Select- Committee.
Malone spoke. man Jim Armstrong Kealy has taken out
Malone is the former Mas- announced he will papers for the seat, and
sachusetts state treasurer and not be seeking plans on turning them in
current candidate for Congress reelection when
Hanson later this week.
to replace Democratic incum-
bent Bill Delahunt, who is not
his term expires votes Kealy said that he
in May, leaving would like to serve on
seeking reelection. Chairman of the Republican Town Committee Richard Flynn, an open seat. Da- the Board of Selectmen to
Richard Flynn, chairman candidate for U.S. Congress, Joe Malone, Marianne Flynn vid Soper has currently continue what he has been do-
of the Hanson Republican and Elisha Sullivan were part of a gathering at Bernardo’s on turned in nomination papers ing on the Finance Committee
continued on page 12 Thursday. for the seat and may be chal- continued on page 11

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Kyle Burke and Payton Wright, Indian Head fifth graders, read
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Jack Sidlauskas peruses the

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Hanson police log MedFlight lands in between

bogs to rescue woman
Monday March 1 7:50 p.m. Disabled auto
12:34 p.m. Motor vehicle reported at Whitman-Hanson
accident reported at Shaw’s Su- Regional High School.
permarket, Liberty Street. 8:23 p.m. Motor vehicle
6:28 p.m. Police required accident reported on Main continued from page one
at MBTA station, Main Street. Street. Vehicle towed. Ambu-
lance responded. pretty far out at the end of the
7:07 p.m. Motor vehicle
stop on South Street. Citation/ bog,” Burt said.
warning issued. Thursday March 4
9:38 a.m. Officer requested Fire Chief Jerry Thompson
at MBTA station. said the 57-year-old female
Tuesday March 2 sustained serious injuries.
6:35 a.m. Alarm/fire run 3:02 p.m. Fire Department
on Whitman Street. required on Hancock Street. “Due to the patient’s con-
6:51 p.m. Domestic rela- dition and concern over extri-
11:33 a.m. Property was
reported lost/found at High- tions 209/A on Pleasant Street. cating her over the rough ter-
way Department garage, Indian 6:54 p.m. Vandalism re- rain, Boston MedFlight was
Head Street. ported on Ocean Avenue. requested to land at the scene,”
11:37 a.m. Disabled auto Thompson said.
reported on Indian Head Street. Friday March 5 Brian Rosher, who was
3:24 p.m. Peace restored 6:45 a.m. Police required riding with his family and en-
at MBTA train station, Main on Reed Street. Perpetrator joying the early spring tem-
Street. gone on arrival.
peratures, said many horse-
5:21 p.m. Burglar alarm 7:48 a.m. Motorist assisted back riders were out that day.
sounded on Catherine Road. on Christopher Lane.
He said the trails were full of
7:00 p.m. Disabled auto 11:03 a.m. Fire Depart-
ment required on High Street. activity. Rocher was not riding Boston Medflight landed in the Burrage Wildlife Management
reported at Crooker Place and in the group with the injured Area on Hawks Avenue Sunday to transport a female who was
Main Street. 11:26 a.m. Officer request- thrown from a horse.
ed on Crescent Street. female. Photo by Stephanie Spyropoulos
9:50 p.m. Officer requested Although he did not see
on Robinson Street. 4:29 p.m. Officer request-
Hikers and riders exploring according to Thompson.
ed at Indian Head and School how the incident occurred, he the Burrage Pond site stopped Environmental police
Wednesday March 3 Street. did see the commotion going to watch the Boston MedFlight were also on scene assisting
12:18 a.m. Suspicious ac- on near the far bog area. helicopter as it cleared the sky medics in locating the injured
tivity reported at Super Petro- Saturday March 6 “We did not see her fall, landing between the cranberry woman.
leum on Monponsett Street. 12:29 a.m. Abandoned ve- but we knew someone fell off bogs. Rosher and several on-
10:32 a.m. An area search hicle reported at Sam’s Restau- a horse,” Rosher said. He was “A landing zone was se- lookers stated they were un-
was negative at the MBTA sta- rant on Main Street.
loading up his own three hors- cured with the assistance of sure if the woman had been
tion on Main Street. 1:18 a.m. Motor vehicle es as emergency personnel
stop on Union Street. Scott M. the Hanson Police Department wearing a helmet while rid-
11:48 a.m. Burglar alarm were making their way back and the woman was transport- ing.
sounded on Davis Road. Saucier of Plymouth arrested
for OUI-liquor, failing to drive toward the woman. ed to Boston Medical Center,”
3:02 p.m. Disabled auto re- in marked lane.
ported on Brook Street.

St. Patrick’s Day dinner

• Full Service Hanson American Legion Post 226 will host
FERRY’S • MA Inspection a St. Patrick’s Day dinner on Saturday, March
13 from 5-7 p.m. Cost is $8 per person or $15
Police & court briefs
Automotive Station
• Diesel Fuel
• Computerized
per couple, tickets are available at the bar. The
event is sponsored by the Legion, Legion Aux-
Police investigate car
Diagnostic Emissions
& Engine Analyzer
iliary and the Sons of the American Legion. All
proceeds benefit veterans in the Brockton Veter- break-ins
ans Administration Hospital. The event is open Hanson Police are working with MBTA
781-293-9957 to the public and all are welcome. Police to investigate several motor vehicle
breaking and enterings which took place in
Liberty & Winter Street (Rte. 58)
“Hanson’s One Stop Fuel Shop.” the commuter rail parking lot last week.
(Across from Town Hall)
Community Preservation The motor vehicle break-ins occurred
Committee open forum during the day when people where at work,
L & D
The Community Preservation Committee will
according to Hanson Police Lt. Joseph
ANDSCAPE ESIGN hold it’s annual open forum on Wednesday, March After the break-ins, cars were found van-
17 at 7 p.m. at Hanson Town Hall. Committee dalized with items missing. Victims had loose
GET READY FOR members will be on hand to discuss the Commu-
nity Preservation Act. The committee will be seek-
change, GPS and other electronics taken,
Yakavonis said.
SPRING! ing input from attendees on suggestions for future
projects and areas  of focus. Grant applicants and
No arrests have been made. Hanson Po-
lice are warning residents to lock their vehi-
FULLY LICENSED & INSURED the general public are encouraged to attend.   E- cles. Anyone with information regarding the
Ray Tremblay mail the CPC at: cpchanson@gmail.com  or call motor vehicle break-ins can call the Hanson
781-844-8930 781-293-5644 ext. 102 with any questions. Police at 781-293-4625.

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741 Temple St. PO Box 230 Fax: 781-447-3614
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Dana F. Billings, 84, longtime Hanson resident I'M BAAACK!

Dana Frederick Bill- Boy Scouts. Two years ago, a piece of conser-
ings, 84, of Hanson, died vation land in Hanson was named the Webster-
Tuesday, March 2, at home, Billings Conservation Area for his service to the
after a long illness sur- town. He was also a longtime member of the
rounded by his wife and Masons at the Wamputuck Lodge, the Lion’s
family members. Club, and attended the First Congregational
Born March 22, 1925, Church of Hanson.
he was the son of the late He worked as a loss prevention engineer in
Frederick E. Billings, the insurance industry, a salesman, a manager in
DMD and Doris (Force) the food service industry at UMass Dartmouth
Billings. Mr. Billings attended elementary and and Milton Academy. He managed the bar for
middle school in Rockland and graduated high many years at Bert’s Restaurant in Plymouth
school at Fryeburg Academy, Fryeburg, Me. He and at the old Hobomock in Pembroke.
also attended Burdett College earning a degree He leaves his wife of nearly 60 years, Nor-
in accounting. ma (Carlsen) Billings, his son Robert and late
He served in the U.S. Navy as a signalman wife Virginia, of Hanson, daughters Jane Guiv-
on the USS LST 1010, and with PT Squadron ens and her husband Paul of Swanee, Ga., Gail Mike Collingridge, former manager at Whitman Ford is
22, in the Mediterranean during WWII. He Johnson and her husband Gene of Steep Falls, proud to announce his association with McLaughlin
served the remainder of his active duty on the Me., and Amy Reid and her husband Greg of Chevrolet at 741 Temple Street (Route 27) Whitman.
destroyer USS Holt DE-706. Tyngsboro. He leaves 17 grandchildren and 13 Mike invites all his previous customers to visit him at
Mr. Billings manned the voting polls during great grandchildren. He was the brother of the his new home and enjoy the same superior sales and
November elections, served on the Conserva- late-Jack Billings of Rockland. service you have come to expect.
tion Commission, Planning Board and the Aux- A memorial service will be held on April 10
iliary Police force. He was Cub Scout Master, at 10 a.m. in the Hanson Congregational Church,
and Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 111. He High St, Hanson. In lieu of flowers, donations
was a recipient of the Scouting Silver Beaver may be made to the Old Colony Hospice, One
award for his years of dedicated service to the Credit Union Way, Randolph, MA 02368.

Bruce P. Higgins, 70, electrician

Bruce P. Higgins, 70, of Abington, died member of the IBEW Local 223.
Thursday, March 4 in the Signature Health- He enjoyed gardening, fishing and spending
care Brockton Hospital, after a period of failing time with his family and friends.
health. He was the husband of Christine (Bush) In addition to his wife Christine, he leaves
Higgins. his son, Paul Higgins and his wife Eileen, his
Mr. Higgins was born in Fall River, son of daughter, Jeanne Higgins, all of Abington, his
the late Byron and Doris (Lawrence) Higgins. brother, Byron ”Skip” Higgins of Eastham and
He grew up in Whitman and was a graduate of several nieces and nephews. He was brother of
the Whitman High School, class of 1959. He the late Carl Higgins.
was also a graduate of Wentworth Institute in His services were held on Tuesday, March
Boston. 9 in the Blanchard Funeral Chapel, Plymouth
He has been a resident of Abington for 40 Street, Whitman, followed by burial in the
years. He started working as an electrician with Mount Vernon Cemetery, Abington. Donations
his grandfather’s electrical business, then at the may be made in his name to the Alzheimer’s As-
Quincy shipyard, General Dynamics and the soc., 311 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA 02472 or
Pilgrim Power Plant in Plymouth. He was a to the charity of one’s choice.

George W. Crosby, 88, engineer

George W. Crosby, 88, of Abington, died
Thursday, March 4 surrounded by his loving
Joan Crosby Pastuszak and her husband John
of Hingham, and Bradford Lyon Crosby and
Thank You Loyal Client
family. He was the husband of the late Janet his wife Shelley of Sandwich and six grandchil-
(Lyon) Crosby.
Born in Quincy, he was the son of the late
Paul E. and Henrietta (Miles) Crosby.
dren. He was the brother of the late Ralph E.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend $10.00
Mr. Crosby was a graduate of North Quincy his memorial service to be held Sunday, March
High School, attended Northeastern University 14 at 2 p.m. in the Blanchard Funeral Chapel,
and served in the Navy during World War II. Plymouth Street (Rt. 58 at the rotary), Whitman.
He was a project engineer for NE Tel & Tel for Visiting hours will be held two hours prior to the Any service for any regular customers.
many years. service from 12–2 p.m. Donations in his name * Does not include kids hair cuts or
He leaves his children Melissa Crosby may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, hair removal. Offer Expires 4/15/10
Boyajian and her husband Stephen of Hanson, 311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472.

Erdine E. Winegar, 96, executive secretary Spring Back to Us!

Erdine Eileen Winegar died Friday, March She was the proud grandmother of five grand-
5. children, 11 great-grandchildren and one great
Born in Greenfield, Ohio to Ethel and Wil- great-grandson.
liam Badgley, Erdine married her high school Her life will be celebrated at a memorial
sweetheart, Willard Winegar on July 31, 1937.
She was employed as an executive secretary for
most of her adult life and, after retirement in
1984, moved with her husband to Hanson where
service on Saturday, March 20 at l p.m. at First
Parish, Unitarian, 24 River St., Norwell.
Any service for new clients or clients we
she lived until 2007. Her most recent residence
was at the Doolittle Home in Foxboro.
Cutler memorial service haven't seen in 6 months or more!
* Does not include kids hair cuts or
Mrs. Winegar was an active member of the A memorial service in celebration of the
hair removal. Offer Expires 4/15/10
United Methodist Church in Greenfield, Ohio life of Clipper Publisher David Cutler, who
and she continued her church work as a member died last week at the age of 66 after a battle
of First Parish, Unitarian, in Norwell. with cancer, will be held Saturday, Mar. 13 460 Washington Street (Rt 53)
Her siblings, sister Gwen and brothers, Rob- at 5 p.m. at First Parish Church, Duxbury. In
ert, Norris, Emory and William predeceased lieu of flowers, contributions may be made Pembroke
her, as did her husband who died in 2001. She to the Cutler Family Scholarship in care of
leaves two children, Susan Robinson and her the Trustees of Partridge Academy, P.O. Box
husband Dexter of Hanson and Larry Winegar 2552, Duxbury, MA 02331. rapturesalonspa.com
and his wife Carol of Suttons Bay, Michigan.

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Eat together as a family Panther Prowl

By Jennifer Cantwell, Express Columnist The annual Panther Prowl
t South Shore Hospital’s February Youth Health 5K Road Race will be held at
Whitman-Hanson Regional
Connection Community Coffee, “What’s the Big
High School on Saturday,
Deal with the Family Meal?” presenter Pamela March 13 at 9:30 a.m. The first
Fredricks emphasized the importance of regularly eating meals 200 registrants will receive a
together as a family. Fredricks sees an long sleeved t-shirt. All funds
alarming increase in Type ll diabetes raised will support Whitman-
(no longer called “adult onset”) among Hanson Regional High School
young people though her work at Athletics. For more informa-
South Shore Hospital, and views regu- tion contact Athletic Director
lar family meals as a key preventative James Daley at 781-618-7433
measure. Around the kitchen table, or James.daley@whrsd.org.  
kids can learn portion control and how  
to make good food choices. Studies
Bay State

show that teens who eat with their family regularly are less  

likely to smoke, use drugs, engage in risky sexual behaviors
Blizzard tryouts
and are less likely to attempt suicide. When families improve
their communication by spending more time together over din-
Girls from all towns are
ner (or breakfast or lunch) incidence of eating disorders goes    
down and grades go up. welcome to tryout for The 

Finding a meal everyone wants to eat can be challenging. Bay State Blizzard club soft-
Foods that encourage each person to customize their dish with ball team. The Blizzard is
their favorite toppings (such as tacos and homemade pizza) are a nonprofit ASA registered
softball team for girls ages
a great way to make everyone happy. Here’s a quick, light and
fresh meal that even picky eaters may enjoy.
11-14 on the South Shore.
Tryouts will be held on Sun-
day, March 28 at the Whitman
Rocco’s! It’s no secret,
Middle School. For specific Rocco’s has the
Asian lettuce wraps (serves 4) times for your daughters age best Eggplant
1 pound ground chicken or turkey and position visit the Web site
2 tablespoons canola or other neutral flavor oil Parmesan!
and register at blizzardsoft-
3 scallions, thinly sliced
About 1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
ball.com or e-mail blizzard-
1 clove garlic, finely chopped softball@comcast.net. CAFE PORTO BELLO
1/4 cup rice vinegar PIZZERIA AND TAKE-OUT
1143 Broadway
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup soy sauce
Practice SAT or Hanover, MA 02339
1 head of Boston (also called “Bibb” lettuce) leaves carefully removed
washed and dried.
ACT at the Whitman 781-826-5637
Topping suggestions: Julienne of carrots, cucumber, Public Library Pasta • Gourmet Pizza Hours:
bell pepper and snow peas; fresh cilantro and mint, sliced Sandwiches • Salads Monday–Sat.
Want to practice taking the
fresh chilies, Sriracha or other hot sauce, sliced fresh chilies, ACT or SAT under real test A little taste of Italy in Hanover 11am–8pm
chopped peanuts, squeeze of fresh lime juice. conditions? The Princeton Re-
Sauté ginger, garlic and scallion in oil about 1 minute, view is hosting a free practice
add ground chicken or turkey. Cook, stirring frequently, until test at the Whitman Public Li-
Rocco_2x3_03_11_10.indd 1 3/8/10 7:58:56 AM

meat is no longer pink, approximately 5 minutes. Meanwhile, brary in the library’s Commu-
combine brown sugar, rice vinegar and soy sauce and add to nity Room on Saturday, March
meat. Simmer the meat mixture, reducing liquid, 10 minutes or 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
more. To serve, have each person place some meat mixture into following Saturday, March
a lettuce leaf with the toppings of their choice. Serve with rice, 20, the Princeton Review will
additional stir-fried or steamed vegetables, and fresh or canned review scores from the previ-
pineapple for dessert. ous Saturday and discuss what
Tip: Fresh ginger can be stored in a resealable bag the they mean, as well as possible
freezer and grated on a micro plane zester while still frozen. sources of financial aid and
For more information on Youth Health Connection, look other helpful advice for col-
for their tab on the South Shore Hospital Web site southshore- lege. Registration is limited,
hospital.org or e-mail Kimberly Noble at Kimberly_noble@ so call the library at 781-447-
sshosp.org 7613 or e-mail jfinnie@ocln.
org to register now! Please
Comments, questions and suggestions may be sent to Jen-
specify which test you would
nifer Cantwell at jtcantwell@gmail.com like to take (SAT or ACT).

Mohegan Sun visit

The Sons of The Ameri-
can Legion in Whitman have
organized a trip to Mohegan
Sun Casino for Saturday,
March 27 from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. DockSide Technology
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limited availability, so book
early. For more information
or availability, view the Web
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or contact Ken Lailer at 781-
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8 The Express – Your Hometown Newspaper! Thursday, March 11, 2010
Learn to Skate Program. Offered at Hanson Town Hall. Committee
Thursday March 11 by Pilgrim Skating Club located at members will be on hand to discuss
Hanson Senior Center. 9 a.m. Hobomock Arena in Pembroke. Sign the Community Preservation Act. The
hairdresser, 9:30 a.m. card games, 10 up for Saturday group lessons from committee will be seeking input from
a.m. Cracker Barrel, and 1 p.m. line 12:30-1:30 p.m. Next scheduled attendees on suggestions for future
dancing class. Learn to Skate session starts March projects and areas  of focus. Grant
13 through April 17. The six- week applicants and the general public are
Whitman Senior Center. 8 a.m. walk
in the park, 9 a.m. Vanity Fair Outlets
in Dartmouth, 11:30 a.m. lunch, 1
session cost is $105 per skater. For
more registration information check
the Web site at pilgrimskatingclub.
Expres s A ca
H a n s o le n d a r f o r
encouraged to attend.   E-mail the
CPC at: cpchanson@gmail.com  or
call 781-293-5644 ext. 102 with any
p.m. cribbage, 2 p.m., book club (sign com or call 781-294-7575.
e ve n t Whi t m a
up required).
Whitman Public Library. Mother
Goose on the Loose. Loose for
Panther Prowl. The annual Panther
Prowl 5K Road Race will be held
at Whitman-Hanson Regional High
Commu nit y wcolrassess,, mcoeuertsiengs, n Thursday March 18
k s,
d a n c e sh op s, p l ay
babies and toddlers (up to age 3)
from 10:30-11:05 a.m. Registration
required. Whitman residents will
School on Saturday, March 13 at 9:30
a.m. The first 200 registrants will
receive a long sleeved T-shirt. All
Calend ar oppsoratnudnvoluntese,r Hanson Senior Center. 9 a.m.
hairdresser, 10 a.m.,Cracker Barrel,
1 p.m. line dancing class, blood
have preference. funds raised will support Whitman- i t ie s ! pressure clinic at the Senior Center.
Hanson Regional High School
Hanson Sons of American Legion athletics. For more information Whitman Senior Center. 8 a.m. walk
and the Ladies Auxiliary. Meet the contact Athletic Director James Daley in the park, 8:30 a.m. food shopping,
second Thursday of the month at 7 at 781-618-7433 or James.daley@ 10:30 a.m. Ocian State Job Lot, Good
p.m., 92 Robinson St., Hanson. whrsd.org. ll c a le n d a r i te ms Days Restaurant, 11:30 a.m. lunch,
Se nd a e s d ay t o
1 p.m. cribbage. Red Hats – New
‘Pirates of Penzance.’ 7 p.m., Camp
o o n o n Tu England Quilt Museum in Lowell.
Friday March 12 Kiwanee, Rt. 58, Hanson. Sold out. by n
r p re s s .c om . Whitman Public Library. Mother
s @ c li p p e
Hanson Senior Center. 9 a.m, Reiki Certification Classes. The
Haven for Healing, 156 Liberty
e ve n t e av ai la ble ba
sis. Goose on the Loose. Loose for
hairdresser, 9:30 a.m. card games, 10 d on a sp ac en ts . babies and toddlers (up to age 3)
s are publishe or Han so n ev
a.m. cribbage and 1 p.m. bingo. Street, Rte 58, Hanson is offering the Ca le nda r item -c ommerci al Whi tm an from 10:30-11:05 a.m. Registration
following Reiki certification class: Preference is
fo r non required. Whitman residents will
Whitman Senior Center. 8:30 a.m. Reiki Symbol, Reiki II, from 9 a.m.-5 have preference.
food shopping and Around Town, p.m. For more information, call the
taxes by appointment, 11:30 a.m. Haven for Healing at 781-293-7110 Special Education Parent Advisory
lunch, 1 p.m. Friend’s meeting, 2:30 and leave a message or e-mail Suzanne Council. 7 p.m. in the Whitman-
p.m. Keeping in Touch with Family at info@haven-for-healing.org. beginners bridge and 1 p.m. bowling will be held at 1p.m. at the Stetson Hanson Regional High School
and Friends, learn how to create a free at the Hanson Athletic Association. Terrace Community Hall, Stetson Library. There will be a budget update
e-mail account and Facebook taught St. Patrick’s Day Dinner. March 13 Street. A cakeless bake sale will be as well as a discussion of the in district
by Whitman Middle School students, at the Hanson American Legion Post Whitman Senior Center. 8 a.m. walk held prior to the business meeting. special education programs.
sign up required. 226, dinner will be served from 5-7 in the park, 9 a.m. Smith College Following the business meeting,
p.m. Cost is $8 per person or $15 per Botanical Garden in Northampton, Virginia Whitmore will conduct a Whitman/Hanson/Kingston Youth
Hanson Library. 10-10:30 a.m. couple. Tickets are available at the hairdresser, art class, 10 a.m. line game afternoon. New members are Hockey Registration. For the
First Reader Story Time, ages 0-3, bar. dancing at the library, 11:30 a.m. always welcomed. 2010/2011 hockey season for both
no registration required, 10:30 a.m., lunch, 12- 2 p.m. computer classes, 1 boys and girls programs. A walk-in
Number Tales Craft-and-Story for p.m. knitting/crocheting, bowling. Community Preservation registration will be held at VFW Hall
ages 3-7, registration required. Sunday March 14 Whitman Public Library. Drop-
Committee Open Forum.
Wednesday, March 17 at 7 p.m.
in Whitman from 7–9 p.m.
Whitman Public Library. 10-11 a.m. Hanson Little League Evaluations. By Story Time for ages three to five
sewing circle in the community room, Sunday, March 14 at the Hanson from 11:15-12 p.m. No registration
light refreshments will be provided. Middle School gymnasium. Contact is required. If schools are closed due Exhaust - Tune Ups - Brakes - Oil Change and more
hansonlittleleague.com for more to weather conditions, the session COMPUTER DIAGNOSTICS
‘Pirates of Penzance.’ 7 p.m., Camp will be cancelled and rescheduled if
Kiwanee, Rt. 58, Hanson. Sold out.
K of C Irish Night. Corned beef Maple Festival. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the
South Shore Natural Science Center,
Hanson Food Pantry. Tues. 10:30
Banner’s Automotive Service
and cabbage dinner at the Knights a.m.-12 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at First
of Columbus Hall on Route 18, Norwell. Cost: $5 members per
person/maximum of $20 per family. Baptist Church, Main Street, Hanson. Oil Change
Whitman. Cocktails will begin at 6
p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 Non-member cost is $8 per person Navigating Online Job Applications. Special $
p.m. followed by music by The Allen with a maximum of $32 per family. 7-8 p.m. Whitman Library Director Jen By Appointment Only – Up to 5 qts. of oil, most cars & trucks, Offer end 3/31/2010.
Deeb Band. $15 per person. For more For more information, contact the Inglis will discuss tips and techniques
South Shore Natural Science Center, 712 Monponsett St., Hanson
information or for tickets call 781- for filling out online job applications.
447-9061 or 781-293-1416. 48 Jacobs Lane, Norwell at 781-658- To be held in the library’s Community Phone: 781-293-2355 Fax: 781-293-3558
2559 or visit ssnsc.org. Room. Registration is required, call
Meat Raffle. Fri., 7:30 p.m., at Reed the library at 781-447-7613 or email
Street in Hanson. Sponsored by ‘Pirates of Penzance.’ 3 p.m., Camp
jfinnie@ocln.org to register.
Hanson Athletics Association. Kiwanee, Rt. 58, Hanson. Tickets are Blackoil Sunflower Seed
available from cast members or by Growing Fruit Trees. Dominic
Meat Raffle. 7:30 p.m., Friday at calling 781-447-3915. Admission is Marini, a resident fruit and vegetable 20lbs bag
Robinson Street in Hanson. Sponsored $12. specialist, will give a slide show/
by the Hanson American Legion 226. $9.99
lecture on growing fruit trees at
Wyman’s Garden Center, 141 Spring
Monday March 15 St. Call 781-447-5400 or e-mail Free Seminar Series:
Saturday March 13 Hanson Senior Center. 10 a.m. wymangardens@comcast.net to
March 16th, 7:00-8:30pm
Little Treasures Early Learning chorus, 1 p.m. Tai Chi and knitting reserve a seat. There is no charge for
Center Open House. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., group. this program. "Growing Fruit Trees"
27 George St. Hanson. Accepting – Call to register–
registrations for toddler and preschool Whitman Senior Center. 9 a.m.
programs. Call 781-294-4777 for Around town, 10 a.m., Wii bowling, Wednesday March 17 Hours:
information. 11:30 a.m. lunch, 1 p.m. bingo.
Hanson Senior Center. 9 a.m.-noon Thurs.- Sun. 9-5pm
Fancy Nancy Tea Party. 11 a.m. to Whitman Library. Uno Dos massages with Dee, 10 a.m. poker, 24%s(!.3/.
12 p.m. Come dressed in your finest Tres Spanish Story Hour, for ages comedy show, 12 p.m. St. Patrick’s 781-447-5400
outfit and join us as we transform 3-kindergarten from 1-2 p.m. Limited Day luncheon. (1 mile north of Shaw’s)
ourselves with the glitzy dress-up in-person registration.
Hanson Public Library. Toddler
jewelry just like in the books by Jane Whitman Mothers Club. 7:30-9:00 playgroup from ages two to five at
O’Connor. Registration is required. p.m. at the Whitman VFW, Essex 11 a.m. If it cuts, trims, mows or blows...
Call the library at 781-293-2151 or Street, Whitman. Leanne Trigler
e-mail kwalergodwin@yahoo.com.
Practice SAT or ACT. The Princeton
from the Hanson Holistic Center will
discuss self-defense for women. New
Whitman Library. Mystery
Book Club, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Light
refreshments will be provided. For
Review are hosting a free practice members are always welcome. Four Seasons Power Equipment services
info contact Jessi Finnie at 781-447-
test at the Whitman Public Library Hanson American Legion Post 226. 7678. and repairs all makes and models of
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration Meets the third Monday of the month power equipment. We also carry a full
is limited, call the library at 781-447- at 7 p.m. at 92 Robinson St., Hanson. Whitman Senior Center. 11:30 a.m.
line of parts and accessories. You can
7613 or e-mail jfinnie@ocln.org to lunch, 12:30 p.m. St. Patrick’s Day
register now! Please specify which Whitman Republican Town party, reservation required, 1 p.m. trust Four Seasons to get your equipment
test you would like to take (SAT or Committee. Meets on the third Mon. Mah-Jongg, bingo and BP at Harvard up and running as quickly as possible, and
ACT). of each month, 7:30 p.m., at the senior Court. to have it done right the first time!
center on Hayden Avenue. For more
Whitman Legion Baseball Signups. information, call Steven Bois at 781- Whitman-Hanson Kiwanis Club.
All baseball players ages 15-19,
not turning 20 this year living in
447-4719. Meets on Wed., 6:15 p.m., at
Bernardo’s Restaurant on Route 27.
Four Seasons
Whitman and Abington, must sign up  For more information, call Mike at Power Equipment
from 12-1:30 pm. at American Legion
Post behind Holy Ghost Church in
uesday arch M 16 781-447-6501. 1190 Bedford St. (Rte. 18) • Whitman
Whitman. Any questions, call Coach Hanson Senior Center. 9 a.m. Nails Whitman Women’s Garden Club. 781-447-1122
Chuck Adams 781-447-5977. by Julie, 9:30 a.m. card games, 10 a.m. The first meeting of the season for HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 8:00am - 5:00pm • Sat. 8:00am - 1:00pm
the Whitman Women’s Garden Club
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Great taste for W-H schools

Owner of Pinches and Pounds,

Annette Harnett, scoops cho-
clate pretzel poppers for people John Spyropoulos from Mike's House of Pizza gave a calzone
to sample. sample to Eileen Fleming.

Trio Cafe employee Priscilla Trecarochi and Gabriella and Ilian

Tchourilkov served numerous hot meals throughout the evening.

Whitman-Hanson Regional
High School senior Larissa
Burgess sold raffle tickets at
Beth Sloan and Barbara Murphy enjoy some of the restaurant the enterance of the V.F.W. for
samplings during the Dollars For Scholars fundraising event. the Dollars for Scholars Taste
of Whitman-Hanson event.
Photos by

Andy's Seafood employees LQWKH:RUOG

Richard Janath serve their /LQGD)RUG0&&&UXLVH6SHFLDOLVW
seafood medly to hungry


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Taking time to honor those who led the way

have to confess that I takes a well honed talent to en- tary career as a patriot in WW roles for women. She pushed brothers-in-arms in the glories
am devoted to a very capsulate in a few paragraphs II, driving trucks in the now de- for the admission of women to and the tragedies of combat.
peculiar form of jour- the life of the dear departed. funct Women’s Army Auxilia- the service academies, as pi- They have earned their place
nalism/ literature. Every day Reading the obits, particularly ry Corps, the WAACs in 1942. lots and ever expanding roles with achievement and blood.
I faithfully read what we grew of men and women of some She simply wanted to make a for women in combat. These Old sensibilities aside, the
up knowing achievement can also be quite contribution as her brothers are sweeping changes from the military and the country are
as “the educational. in service. She had potential, days when most women in the better for it. The talent pool
Irish sports she earned a commission and military were viewed as a vast is doubled and for those who
page,” in GETTING REAL she was off to a lifelong voca- secretarial pool. wish to pursue it, the noble
other words Last week we picked up on tion that led the way for other Today the role of women profession of arms is an op-
the newspa- the passing of one Major-Gen- women who wanted to serve. in the military is pretty much portunity to all who have the
per obitu- eral Jeanne M. Holm who died After serving most of taken for granted. With few talent, drive and courage. The
aries. The at 88 years of age. MG Holm the war years commanding exceptions, women can serve country owes a debt to pio-
By Emory Maddocks s t a n d a r d was the first woman Air Force WAAC basic training units in most roles, in all branches neers as Major-General Jeanne
joke is that general officer. She was a pio- she went on to the Air Force of the service. As comes with M. Holm of Portland, Oregon,
after a certain age one checks neer who led the way. She cer- and by 1965 she was director all practitioners of the pro- the middle child of a widow,
the obits daily and if your tainly was no household name, of Women in the Air Force. In fession of arms, women now a woman who just wanted to
name isn’t there you get up but we think she deserves 1971 she achieved the ground- have the opportunity to “pet make a contribution, and that
and about the day’s business. some recognition outside the breaking rank of Brigadier the elephant,” and prove their she did.
Actually the obits are a com- cloistered world of the profes- General and two years later to mettle as warriors. The recent
pelling example of a journalis- sional military. Major General. Her entire ca- wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
tic art form when done well. It MG Holm began her mili- reer she fought for expanding have seen women join their

q u e s t i o n o f t h e w e e k By Kelsey LaFlamme

What is your favorite restaurant in town?

Tori Seamans Brendan Craig Monica Gillet Steph Burke Kasey Larsen
Winter Terrace, Hanson Rollercoaster Road, Hanson Lazel Street, Whitman Pleasant Street, Hanson Raynor Avenue, Whitman
“The Hitching Post, because they “Definitely Golden Roll, because “Trio Cafe.” “Café Deli, because it is small and “I like Marcello’s.”
have a friendly staff and their food they have the best wings.” people are friendly. ”
is good.”
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Races pick up for election

continued from page one NOMINATION PAPERS
for the past six years. Nomination papers that have the Board of Assessors and
Kealy has lived in town been returned: Matthew Kathleen Marini has taken out
for seven years and is a law Palermo and Richard Harris papers for a three-year term on
professor at Boston University have returned papers for the the Board of Assessors.
Law School. He has taught leg- three-year term for highway Charles Mann has taken out
islation at BU for three years. surveyor. papers for a one-year term for
Prior to becoming a professor, Elizabeth Sloan has returned Moderator.
he has worked in the State- papers for the three-year term Planning Board incumbent
house as a legal counsel for of town clerk. Philip Lindquist has taken out
the Taxation Committee. He Richard Harris has returned papers for a five-year term on
has also been a prosecuting at- papers for the tree warden the board.
torney insurance fraud. three-year term. Mary Louzeau, Helen Levesque
After working on several Incumbent Jim Tuffo has turned and Carolyn Galambos have
budgets, Kealy said the com- in papers for one of the two open taken out papers for two three-
mittee was able to see the re- seats on the School Committee. year terms as a trustee of the
cession coming and tried to Papers that have been taken out public library.
bring expenses under control and not returned: Incumbents Town Clerk Sandy Harris said
by avoiding spending money Doug Ficks and Joseph “Mike” there are still no candidates for
out of the rainy day fund. He Duffy have taken out papers for the three-year term on the Board
said at some point the reces- water commissioners. of Health or three-year term of
sion will end, and he would John D. Sweeney and incum- cemetery commissioner.
like to help put the town in a bent Susan McSweeney have Paul Taber has informed the
good position. taken out papers for School town clerk’s office he will not
“I don’t want to come out Committee seats. be seeking reelection on the
Housing Authority, according
of here and be reactive. I want Incumbents Michael Glennon Broker/Owner
to Assistant Town Clerk Beth
to try to anticipate what we and Bob Hayes have take out
Berry Real Estate, Inc
can do to improve the town,” papers for Trustee of Memorial
Kealy said. Field. Nomination papers are due
back to the town clerk’s office
Kealy said driving down William D’Entremont has taken
by Monday, March 29 and the
Main Street, he has seen quite out papers for a one-year term
last day to take out papers is
"I have been a full-time Real Estate professional
a few properties available and on the Board of Assessors,
Thursday, March 25. The elec-
since 1979. I continue to enjoy the challenge of
he would like the town to come Kathleen Keefe has taken out helping buyers find their first home, or to help past
papers for a two-year term on tion is Saturday, May 15.
up with some creative ways to clients move into their dream home. I particularly
develop those areas and bring “One of the big things build the appliance division. love working with homeowners to help them
businesses back to town. I think is lacking in town is “I’m used to starting show their home in its most positive light."
He said the town has no leadership, and people will- from zero and having to build
specific plans for this, but he ing to step up and be creative. things,” Soper said.
That is one of the reasons why He said his work is also When you need real estate assistance, call Anne
would like to be involved in
the next stage. I am running.” applicable to finding a way to
Kealy said he is also a big Soper is a member of the build a more efficient town.
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the plans forward to the town. up his sleeves and work from
tage of the facility and increase
the revenue, so the camp can Soper said that he believes scratch.”
be self-sufficient,” he said. the selectman’s role is a plan-
In the future, he would ning and guiding position.
like to see the town take more To Soper, the challenge is
of an initiative on saving en-
ergy. He would like to see the
leading the town in a direction
that will maintain the quaint Whitman Liquors
town work on environmentally
friendly projects.
Kealy said although the
New England feeling.
Soper would like to see the
town create a sewer district for
is proud to present...
selectmen and Finance Com- the business zones along Main
mittee don’t always agree, Street. He said he would like
they do have a good working to see the town go after state BEER TASTING
relationship. or federal funds to work on
Kealy said that selectmen this project. Sample Killians & Murphy Beer
have the chance to look at dif- Soper and his family have Thursday, March11th from 5 to 7pm
ferent issues in the town and lived in Hanson from the time
that is something he would he attended elementary school
It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day!
like to experience. through high school. He left
David Soper, who has an- the town for a short period and
nounced his candidacy for came back in 2001 and bought
the selectmen’s race, said he the house he grew up in. I’m often asked what are my favorite wines.
would like to get involved For the past five years, Please join me Saturday, March 13th
because it is time to lead the Soper has been working for
town. Mac Ray and is helping to from 4 to 6pm and share my special
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primary elections.
“We’re excited about the
Scott Brown victory. We want
to continue it, and to help
people find strong Republican
candidates,” Flynn said.
Other speakers included Hair * Nails * Skin
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Attendees saw themselves man Dave Soper, candidate for U.S. Congress Joe Malone and also a Paul Mitchell Educator.
as conservative rebels, sup- Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph McDonald Jr. gathered during
porting Republican ideas, but the Hanson Republican Town Committee fundraising event held 587 Washington St., Whitman Center
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sachusetts. good ideas should prevail.”
“I want to support conser- Candidates for statewide
vative Republican candidates offices also made their cases.
and help create a two-party Karen Barry spoke in sup-
system on the state level,” said port of Mary Z. Connaughton
Bruce Young. for state auditor. She cited
Dave Soper of High Street, Connaughton’s education as
a candidate for selectman, was an accountant and work on the
there “to listen to Joe Malone Turnpike Authority as an advo-
and some Republican ideas.” cate for commuters. Longtime
“I came to see the candi- State Auditor Joe DeNucci is
dates, build the network, and not seeking reelection. Another historic arrival
challenge the status quo,” said Timothy Cruz cited his in the heart of Plymouth.
Ed O’Connell, chairman of the nine years experience as Plym-
Marshfield Republican Com- outh County District Attorney Jordan Hospital is proud to welcome Drs. Claire Fung

mittee. and his goals of “preventing and Joe Barthold. Both are nationally recognized

Elisha Sullivan cited dis- crime and helping kids.” radiation oncologists and have joined our multi-

content with taxes in the wake State Representative Dan- disciplinary team of cancer specialists. At Jordan

of the state legislature’s sales iel Webster said that grassroots Hospital we’ve brought together an experienced and

tax increase of last year. conservatism in Massachusetts dedicated cancer team to provide you the care you

“We’re getting close to tax powered Scott Brown’s vic- need—close to home.

time and I think people are ask- tory. He spoke of his role as CLAIRE FUNG, MD
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Vincent Cogliano, chair- publicans need to elect more

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“We are in a tough parti- Delahunt’s announcement that
san fight between those who he will not seek reelection has
are for a greater role for the given Republicans new hope
federal government and those that they can take the seat.
who are not,” Cogliano said. Malone said he is opposed
Partisanship and sharp de- to the Health Care bill current-
bate have been a part of Ameri- ly being debated in Congress
can history from the beginning and supported by President
of the United States, Cogliano Obama.
said, citing the Federalist Pa- “I believe in the free enter-
pers of James Madison, Alex- prise system,” Malone said.
ander Hamilton, and John Jay. “When Scott Brown was
“We should argue, we elected, they called him Sena-
should be passionate, we tor 41. I would be happy with
should engage people, and Congressman 218,” he said.

Fancy Nancy tea party

The Hanson Public Library invites residents to attend a
Fancy Nancy/Fancy Clancy Tea Party on Saturday, March 13,
from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come dressed in your finest outfit
and join us as we transform ourselves with the glitzy dress up
jewelry just like in the books by Jane O’Connor.
The fun continues with Fancy Nancy games, crafts and
refreshments. You’ll be certain to say “ooh la la” as you enter
our elegant ballroom and taste our tantalizing treats. We will
finish the festivities with a fashion parade around the library.
Bring your favorite grown up if you wish. The program is free
but registration is required. Please call the library at 781-293-
2151 or e-mail kwalergodwin@yahoo.com.
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All budget options open

continued from page one
Thermal camera audits
The thermal camera returns to Hanson from March 28
through April 3. Green Hanson will again be scheduling home
at Hanover’s soon to be audits with the camera. The fee is $50. For more information,
• The board voted to place articles 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,14,15,16,17,18,19
complete senior center if in- visit greenhanson.org. To book an audit contact: k.cookson@
and 20 on the Town Meeting warrant and voted to recommend all but
deed Hanson’s is forced to 5,616 where they voted to hold their recommendations for further comcast.net or call Kathy at 781-742-4582.
close. information.
“They seem receptive to
• The board voted to hold articles 6, 9,10,11,12 and 13 off the warrant
the idea, but there are a lot of pending further information.
moving parts,” he said.
Read also said the town will • The board voted to adopt a proposed plan for bridge construction
on the Indian Head River on the Hanover/Hanson border with detour
have to make some cash flow
changes, calling the Highway
plans to be available at Town Hall. Hanson is a Great Place to Live!
Department’s snow removal • The board voted to adopt a new CORI policy. 6 Super Homes to See, Sunday 1-3 pm
budget “grossly underfunded” • The board set the April, May and June meeting dates.
and adding that the running of • The board voted to dissolve the Plymouth County Hospital Utilization 104 Glenwood Place ...........................$ 349,900
the transfer station needs to be Committee. 50 Pierce Ave .......................................$ 309,900
examined, though he was clear • The board voted to approve one-day liquor license requests from the 160 E. Washington Street ..................$ 339,900
that he felt the employees are Blue Grass Festival and Midnight Dance.
doing a good job. He also said 1234 E. Washington Street ................$ 349,900
• The board voted to approve the request of Hanson Softball to hold
he will be meeting with union their Opening Day parade on April 25.
144 Crescent Street ............................$ 389,500
presidents after talking with 106 Cross Street .................................$ 449,900
• Selectman Jim Armstrong presented the board with a draft of a new
the department heads to em- Hanson energy policy for their review.
phasize that everyone is in this Visit one or all six and enter to win a $ 50.00
together. •Town Administrator Rene Read informed the board that Hanson,
gas card. Increase your chances to win by visiting
“The ball is in everyone’s Pembroke and Halifax will begin searching for a consultant to construct
a “blue way” across the three towns along the old Wampanoag canoe 2 or more.
court,” he said. “There are no passage under a grant from the Taunton Watershed Association.
secrets and I need as many Jack Conway Company – Hanson
points of input as I can get.” • Read thanked Brian Clemmons for his work cleaning up Town Hall. Office 781-293-9525
Read added that he wanted
to avoid the confusion of last
year’s Town Meeting by giv-
ing a public presentation on
the budget after it is finalized
so the townspeople have a
chance to see it before going
to Town Meeting. Selectman
chairman James Egan sup-
ported the idea and invited the
residents to let their voices be
“We need to have a pre-
Town Meeting meeting so we
can go over the warrant and
explain the implications of all afe, sound, strong.
the actions that got us to this
point,” Egan said. “Once this
board has a firm idea of what
it thinks has to happen, I think
For 119 years.
the public should then give
their ideas.”

Senior Center
garden meeting
The Senior Center has
three raised beds in the yard
and they are looking for people
who are interested in planting
and maintaining a vegetable
garden. Join them on Friday,
March 19 at 10 a.m. for a dis-
cussion meeting about the club

The Hanson Recreation
Department is now accept-
ing applications for sum- Sound management and peace of mind, we’ve been a
mer employment.  Positions partner in your community for over a century. Now, more
available are beach direc-
tor, water safety instructor than ever, we’re here for you—stronger and better. For all
(WSI’s), lifeguards, gate your deposit, lending, and banking needs, visit S-Bank.
attendants, and part time
caretaker.  Applications are To learn more, call 1.800.695.1300.
available at the Town Ad-
ministrator’s Office  during 
business hours.  All appli-
cations must be received
by the Town Administrator
by the close of business,
Thursday, March 18  to be
considered.  Copies of all
certification must be cur-
rent and included with the WEYM OUTH I Q U I N CY I E A ST B R I D G E WAT E R I H A N OV E R

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Lunch Menus
Week of March 15
Send School news & ALL SCHOOLS:
Photos to whroster@clip-
perpress.com Monday: Hamburger on a bun, potato puffs,
the Deadline is Monday glazed carrots, pickle spear, cheese stick,

Test taking strategies

fresh apple, chilled fruit.

Tuesday: Chicken patty on a bun, oven fried
potatoes, carrot and celery sticks, dipping
tudents in grades 3-5 eat a healthy breakfast. sauce, chilled fruit.
are scheduled to be- Encourage your child to
gin taking the Mas-
Principally stay relaxed. If they begin to Wednesday: Elementary and Middle: Early
sachusetts Comprehensive Speaking get nervous they should take release. High School: Hot Pastrami on a bulk-
Assessment Test in the next some deep breaths and then ie rol, dill pickle spear, potato puffs, chilled
two weeks. Many children at get back to work. Students fruit.
this age ex- within the constraints of the should skim the test and pos-
hibit signs of school day, to do a complete sibly do the simple questions Thursday: Turkey and gravy stuffing mashed
test anxiety and thoughtful job. first. Students who take their potatoes, sweet potatoes, peas, apple crisp.
as the date As a parent, there is much time, answer each question
Friday: Pepperoni pizza, tossed salad, cheese stick, chilled fruit.
approaches. you can do to help your child carefully and thoughtfully and
This can be- through this process. As we all do not give up will do a good
come a major know, being well prepared for job on the test.
By Elaine White
Principal factor in test a test is the best antidote to test Finally, make sure that
Indian Head School
performance anxiety. At Indian Head School your child does not bring their
and it can all students are prepared to take cell phone into the classroom
cause nervousness, stomach the test. Parents should main- during the test. Although cell
aches, headaches, memory tain a positive attitude about phones are not allowed in
lapses and other health issues. the test and encourage your school, some children do bring
Many parents think the test is child to take his/her time when them. If this is the case, the
an all day event. To clarify, answering questions. An adult, cell phone must stay in your
the test takes the average child stating that “the test doesn’t child’s backpack in the hall-
about 60 minutes to complete. matter” or “They better elimi- way. Thank you for your help
The long composition given in nate that test!” is non helpful in reducing the test anxiety
grade four is a little different. to the child actually taking the that normally accompanies
This test requires a child to test. Have your child exercise standardized testing. Working
write a rough draft and a final and get out to play with friends together, we can make this a
copy in response to a question regularly. On the night before positive experience for your
posed to the student. The test the test, have your child get a child.
is untimed so a student can good night’s sleep. The morn-
take as long as he/she needs ing of the test, have your child

DARE program
art display
Congratulations to the fol-
lowing Art Foundations stu-
dents who had their artwork
published in the annual DARE
graduation program. Students
created drawings illustrating
ways to say no to peer pres-
sure. Special thanks to Hanson
DARE Officer Rick Nawazels-
ki for providing the opportunity
for students to have their work
published: Emily Rothwell,
Cori Forbes, Skyla Reed, Tori 6 weeks through 9 years
Smith, Claudia Sagastume, * Before & After School Care
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Special Education
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Treasure Treasure
Chest Chest

Beautiful Antique Sofa

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Notices Notices Notices
South 33 degrees 46' East by Trust 2004-4 Mortgage-Backed Ablitt Law Offices, 304
a line running five (5) feet Notes, Series 2004-4 is the Cambridge Road, Woburn,
westerly from the west side of present holder, by assignment, Massachusetts 01801 Telephone:
the River, thirty-six and seven for breach of the conditions of 781-246-8995 Fax:
tenths (36.7) feet to an angle; said mortgage and for the 781-246-8994
thence purpose of foreclosing, the same 3/11/2010 3/18/2010
South 16 degrees 36' East, will be sold at Public Auction at 3/25/2010 96.2097
fifty (50) feet to the point of 12:00 PM on April 1, 2010, on
beginning. the mortgaged premises located
For title see Deed recorded at at 50 Star Street, WHITMAN, NOTICE OF
Book 21924, Page 208. MA 02382, all and singular the
The above premises will be premises described in said MORTGAGEE'S
sold and conveyed subject to a mortgage, TO WIT: The land SALE OF
first mortgage given by Adel with the buildings thereon,
Adam to CMS Realty Trust, said situated in Whitman, Plymouth REAL ESTATE
mortgage being dated March 31, County, Massachusetts on the
2006 and recorded with the southerly side of Star Street, By virtue and in execution of
Plymouth County Registry of being Lot No. 17C on "Plan of the Power of Sale contained in a
certain mortgage given by
Deeds in Book 32460, Page 274.
The above premises will be
Legal Legal Land in Whitman, MA, owned
by Frank G. Pennini et ux, Gregory J. Finn and Roberta J.
sold and conveyed subject to the Notices Notices February 18, 1964" recorded Finn to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc., dated
above and subject to all unpaid with Plymouth County Registry
taxes, tax titles, municipal liens, by assignment Recorded at to and with the benefit of all of Deeds in Book 3253, Page October 12, 2006 and registered
assessments, easements and Plymouth County Registry of easements, restrictions, 145. Said Lot 17C is bounded with the Plymouth County
encumbrances of any name or Deeds in Book 35642, Page 263, reservations and conditions of and described as follows: Registry District of the Land
nature, if any, which take for breach of conditions of said record and subject to all NORTHERLY by said Star Court as Document No.621104
precedence over the said mortgage and for the purpose of tenancies and/or rights of parties Street, Ninety-Three (93) feet; as noted on Certificate of Title
mortgage above-described. foreclosing the same, the in possession. EASTERLY by Lot 17A on said No. 92766, of which mortgage
TERMS OF SALE: TEN mortgaged premises located at Terms of the Sale: Cash, plan, One Hundred Sixty-Five HSBC Bank USA, National
THOUSAND ($10,000.00) 15 Kenwood Drive, Whitman, cashier’s or certified check in the (165) feet; SOUTHERLY by Association, as Trustee under the
DOLLARS of the purchase price MA 02382 will be sold at a sum of $5,000.00 as a deposit land of White and land of Pooling and Servicing
must be paid in cash, certified Public Auction at 1:00PM on must be shown at the time and Joubert, as shown on said plan, Agreement dated as of December
check, bank treasurer’s or March 18, 2010, at the place of the sale in order to Ninety-Three (93) feet; and 1, 2006, Freemont Home Loan
cashier’s check at the time and mortgaged premises, more qualify as a bidder (the mortgage WESTERLY by land of Trust 2006-E is the present
place of the sale by the purchaser particularly described below, all holder and its designee(s) are Shedbeck, as shown on said holder, for breach of the
and the balance of the purchase and singular the premises exempt from this requirement); plan, One Hundred Sixty-five conditions of said mortgage and
price shall be paid in cash, described in said mortgage, to high bidder to sign written (165) feet. Subject to reservation for the purpose of foreclosing,
certified check, bank treasurer’s wit: Memorandum of Sale upon of a 10 foot drainage easement the same will be sold at Public
or cashier’s check within thirty The land with the acceptance of bid; balance of across the above described Auction at 4:00 p.m. on April 2,
(30) days after the date of sale. buildings thereon situated on the purchase price payable in cash or premises as shown on "Plan of 2010, on the mortgaged premises
If the successful bidder fails easterly side of Kenwood Drive by certified check in thirty (30) Easement in Whitman, MA, for located at 85 Woodlawn Circle,
to comply with any term of the in Whitman, Plymouth County, days from the date of the sale at Frank G. Gladys p. Pennini, June Whitman, Plymouth County,
Memorandum of Sale, by failing Massachusetts, being shown as the offices of mortgagee’s 1967" for the benefit of Lot 17A. Massachusetts, all and singular
to complete the purchase or Lot 143 on “Plan of Lots, attorney, Korde & Associates, For mortgagor's title see deed the premises described in said
otherwise, the Seller retains the Homeland Park, Auburn Street, P.C., 321 Billerica Road, Suite recorded with the Plymouth mortgage,
option, at Seller’s sole discretion, Whitman, Mass.”, dated 210, Chelmsford, MA County Registry of Deeds in TO WIT:
to complete the sale by selling February 10, 1959, drawn by 01824-4100 or such other time Book 27112, Page 304. These Legal Descriptions: All that
the Premises, subject to the terms Perkins Engineering Associates, as may be designated by premises will be sold and certain property situated in the
and conditions of sale stated which plan is recorded with the mortgagee. The description for conveyed subject to and with the county of PLYMOUTH, and
therein, to the next highest, Plymouth County Registry of the premises contained in said benefit of all rights, rights of State of MASSACHUSETTS,
qualified bidder. Deeds as Plan No. 295 of 1959, mortgage shall control in the way, restrictions, easements, being described as follows:
said lot being bounded as event of a typographical error in right of ways, covenants, liens or THE LAND WITH THE
Other terms to be announced follows: Westerly by Kenwood this publication.” claims in the nature of liens, BUILDINGS THEREON
at the sale. Drive, one hundred (100) feet; improvements, public SITUATED IN WHITMAN,
Northerly by Lot 144 on said Other terms to be announced assessments, any and all unpaid PLYMOUTH COUNTY,
U.S. BANK NATIONAL plan, one hundred twenty-five at the sale. taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water MASSACHUSETTS, BEING
ASSOCIATION, (125) feet; Easterly thirty and and sewer liens and any other SHOWN AS LOT 46, SHEET 2
AS TRUSTEE OF THE 48/100 (30.48) feet by part of Deutsche Bank National Trust municipal assessments or liens or OF SUBDIVISION PLAN
LEHMAN BROTHERS SMALL Lot 132, and Northeasterly Company, as Trustee for the existing encumbrances of record NUMBERS 27565B, DRAWN
BALANCE COMMERCIAL seventy-one and 22/100 (71.22) Certificateholders of Soundview which are in force and are BY PERKINS ENGINEERING
MORTGAGE feet, by parts of Lots 132 and Home Loan Trust 2006-OPT1, applicable, having priority over ASSOCIATES, DATED
PASS-THROUGH 133; and Southerly by Lot 142 Asset-Backed Certificates, Series said mortgage, whether or not FEBRUARY 13, 1958 AND
CERTIFICATES, 2007-3, on said plan, one hundred forty 2006-OPT1, reference to such restrictions, FILED WITH THE
Present Holder of Said and 45/100 (140.45) feet. Korde & Associates, P.C. easements, improvements, liens CERTIFICATE OF TITLE
Mortgage Containing 13,037 square feet of 321 Billerica Road or encumbrances is made in the NUMBER 26006 AND TO
land, according to said plan. Said Suite 210 deed. TERMS OF SALE: A WHICH PLAN REFERENCE IS
By: Deborah S. Griffin, Esq., premises are conveyed subject to Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100 deposit of TEN THOUSAND HEREBY MADE FOR A
its attorney and with the benefit of (978) 256-1500 DOLLARS ($10,000.00) by MORE PARTICULAR
Holland & Knight, LLP easements and restrictions of (OOM 09-054931/Asci) certified or bank check will be DESCRIBED OF SAID LOT 46.
10 St. James Avenue record, so far as now in force and (02/25/10, 03/04/10, required to be paid by the SAID LOT IS SUBJECT TO
Boston, MA 02116 applicable, and together with the 03/11/10)(188338) purchaser at the time and place AND HAS THE BENEFIT OF
Tel. (617) 523-2700 right to use the streets and ways of sale. The balance is to be paid A RIGHT OF WAY OVER ALL
shown on said plan for all ROADS SHOWN ON SAID
February 17, 2010
purposes for which streets and
NOTICE OF by certified or bank check at
Ablitt Law Offices, P.C., 304
ways are commonly used in the MORTGAGEE'S Cambridge Road, Woburn, AND COMMONLY USED IN
MORTGAGEE’S Town of Whitman, in common THE TOWN OF WHITMAN
SALE OF Massachusetts 01801, other
SALE OF with others entitled thereto. terms and conditions will be AS SET FORTH IN A
There is appurtenant to said lot REAL ESTATE CERTAIN DEED FROM
REAL ESTATE the right to use the Recreation
provided at the place of sale. The
By virtue and in execution of description of the premises
Area shown on said plan, in contained in said mortgage shall BERTIE J. BLANCHARD,
By virtue of and in execution common with others entitled the Power of Sale contained in a DATED JUNE 28, 1961, FILED
of the Power of Sale contained in certain mortgage given by control in the event of an error in
thereto. this publication. OTHER AND REGISTERED AS
a certain mortgage given by For mortgagor’s title see Pacifico T. DeSouza and Jaiza DOCUMENT NUMBER 79731.
Jason S. Asci to Consolidated Souza to Mortgage Electronic TERMS, IF ANY, TO BE
deed recorded with the Plymouth ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. For mortgagor's(s') title see
Mortgage Services, Inc., dated County Registry of Deeds in Registration Systems, Inc. as deed registered with Plymouth
December 30, 2005 and recorded nominee for American Home Present holder of said mortgage,
Book 32006, Page 144. The Bank of New York Mellon County Registry District of the
at Plymouth County Registry of The premises will be sold Mortgage Acceptance, Inc., Land Court as Document No.
Deeds in Book 32006, Page 146 dated September 24, 2004 and f/k/a Bank of New York as
subject to any and all unpaid Trustee for American Home 421333, as noted on Certificate
of which mortgage Deutsche taxes and other municipal recorded with the Plymouth of Title No. 92766.These
Bank National Trust Company, County Registry of Deeds in Mortgage Investment Trust
assessments and liens, and 2004-4 Mortgage-Backed Notes, premises will be sold and
as Trustee for the subject to prior liens or other Book 29149, Page 17 of which conveyed subject to and with the
Certificateholders of Soundview mortgage The Bank of New Series 2004-4 By its Attorneys,
enforceable encumbrances of benefit of all rights, rights of
Home Loan Trust 2006-OPT1, record entitled to precedence York Mellon f/k/a Bank of New way, restrictions, easements,
Asset-Backed Certificates, Series over this mortgage, and subject York as Trustee for American covenants, liens or claims in the
2006-OPT1 is the present holder Home Mortgage Investment nature of liens, improvements,
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Notices Notices Notices Notices Notices
public assessments, any and all Whitman, Mass. drawn for and described as follows: By its Attorneys, California Street, Newton,
unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, Fountain Realty Trust” dated NORTHWESTERLY by the HARMON LAW Massachusetts 02458, or by mail
water and sewer liens and any November 1, 1969, by R.L. southeasterly line of High Street, OFFICES, P.C. to P.O. Box 610389, Newton
other municipal assessments or Avery, Surveyor, recorded with eighty-five and 79/100 (85.79) 150 California Street Highlands, Massachusetts
liens or existing encumbrances Plymouth County Registry of feet; NORTHEASTERLY by Newton, MA 02458 02461-0389, within thirty (30)
of record which are in force and Deeds as Plan No. 734 of 1969, Lot 1 on the plan hereafter (617) 558-0500 days from the date of sale. Deed
are applicable, having priority in Plan Book 15, Page 358, to rnentioned one hundred 200911-0872 - BLU will be provided to purchaser for
over said mortgage, whether or which plan reference is hereby fity-eight and 18/100 (158.18) recording upon receipt in full of
not reference to such restrictions, made for a more particular feet; SOUTHEASTERLY by the the purchase price. The
easements, improvements, liens description, containing 6,585 northwesterly line of Old High
NOTICE OF description of the premises
or encumbrances is made in the square feet of land, according to Street forty-one and 64/100 MORTGAGEE'S contained in said mortgage shall
deed. said Plan. (41.64) feet; and SALE OF control in the event of an error in
TERMS OF SALE: For mortgagors’ reference see SOUTHWESTERLY by lot 3 on this publication.
A deposit of Five Thousand Deed recorded in Book 18638, said plan one hundred forty-two REAL ESTATE
($5,000.00 ) Dollars by certified page 154. (142) feet. All of said boundreies Other terms, if any, to be
or bank check will be required to The description of the (sic) are determined by the Court By virtue and in execution of announced at the sale.
be paid by the purchaser at the property that appears in the to be located as shown on said the Power of Sale contained in a
time and place of sale. The mortgage to be foreclosed shall Plan #26449A, which is filed certain mortgage given by John BAC HOME LOANS
balance is to be paid by certified control in the event of a with Certificated of Title No. J. Rodolph to Salem Five SERVICING, L.P.
or bank check at Harmon Law typographical error in this 24418, the same being compiled Mortgage Company, LLC, dated Present holder of said
Offices, P.C., 150 California publication. from a plan drawn by Hayward, April 12, 2007 and recorded mortgage
Street, Newton, Massachusetts For Mortgagors’ Title see Hayward & Boynton, Surveyors, with the Plymouth County
02458, or by mail to P.O. Box deed dated 6/26/2000, and dated February 4, 1956. and Registry of Deeds at Book By its Attorneys,
610389, Newton Highlands, recorded in Book 18638 at Page additional data on file in the 34396, Page 310, of which HARMON LAW
Massachusetts 02461-0389, 154 with the Plymouth County Land Registration Office, all as mortgage BAC Home Loans OFFICES, P.C.
within thirty (30) days from the Registry of Deeds. modified and approved by the Servicing, L.P. is the present 150 California Street
date of sale. Deed will be TERMS OF SALE: Said Court; and the above described holder, for breach of the Newton, MA 02458
provided to purchaser for premises will be sold and land is shown as Lot 2 on said conditions of said mortgage and (617) 558-0500
recording upon receipt in full of conveyed subject to all liens, plan. Said premises are conveyed for the purpose of foreclosing, 200909-0512 - GRN
the purchase price. The encumbrances, unpaid taxes, tax subject to and with benefit of the same will be sold at Public
description of the premises titles, municipal liens and easements, restrictions, Auction at 9:00 a.m. on March
contained in said mortgage shall assessments, if any, which take agreements and reservations of 24, 2010, on the mortgaged
control in the event of an error in precedence over the said record, if any there be, insofar as premises located at 412 South NOTICE OF
this publication. mortgage above described. the same may be in force and Avenue, Whitman, Plymouth MORTGAGEE'S
Other terms, if any, to be FIVE THOUSAND applicable. For grantor(s) title, County, Massachusetts, all and
singular the premises described SALE OF
announced at the sale. ($5,000.00) Dollars of the see Certificate of Title No.
HSBC BANK USA, purchase price must be paid in 101458. in said mortgage, REAL ESTATE
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, cash, certified check, bank For mortgagor's(s') title see TO WIT:
In the Town of Whitman,
By virtue and in execution of
AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE treasurer’s or cashier’s check at deed registered with Plymouth
POOLING AND SERVICING the time and place of the sale by County Registry District of the SOUTHERLY by South the Power of Sale &INDOUTHOW contained in a
Avenue, thirty (30) feet; AFFORDABLEITISTO
certain mortgage given by Bruce
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF the purchaser. The balance of the Land Court as Document No.
WESTERLY by Raynor Scigliano and Maureen ADVERTISEYOUR
DECEMBER 1, 2006, purchase price shall be paid in 507933, as noted on Certificate BUSINESSINTHE
FREEMONT HOME LOAN cash, certified check, bank of Title No. 101458. Avenue, one hundred fifty-three to Mortgage Electronic
and 07/100 (153.07) feet; 3ERVICE
Registration Systems, Inc., dated
TRUST 2006-E treasurer’s or cashier’s check These premises will be sold $IRECTORY
within thirty (30) days after the and conveyed subject to and with NORTHERLY by land August 31, 2006 and recorded
Present holder of said date of sale. the benefit of all rights, rights of formerly of Bradford D. with the Plymouth County
mortgage Other terms to be announced way, restrictions, easements, Littlefield, twenty-three (23) Registry of Deeds at Book
By its Attorneys, at the sale. covenants, liens or claims in the feet; and 33314, PageÇn£‡™Î{‡Ón££
246, of which
HARMON LAW nature of liens, improvements, EASTERLY by land formerly mortgage Deutsche Bank
OFFICES, P.C. BENDETT & MCHUGH, PC public assessments, any and all of Bradford D. Littlefield, one National Trust Company, as
150 California Street 160 Farmington Avenue unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, hundred fifty-two and 87/100 Trustee for First Franklin
Newton, MA 02458 Farmington, CT 06032 water and sewer liens and any feet, Mortgage Loan Trust
(617) 558-0500 Attorney for OneWest Bank, other municipal assessments or Being the same premises 2006-FF16, Asset-Backed
200908-1715 - GRY FSB liens or existing encumbrances conveyed to E & S Realty Trust Certificates, Series 2006-FF16 is
Present Holder of record which are in force and by Walter R. Thomas, dated May the present holder, for breach of

of the Mortgage are applicable, having priority 22, 1995, and recorded with the conditions of said mortgage
(860) 677-2868 over said mortgage, whether or Plymouth Registry of Deeds in and for the purpose of
NOTICE OF Book 13610, Page 338, and foreclosing, the same will be
not reference to such restrictions,
easements, improvements, liens "%44%27!94/
being the same premises sold at Public Auction at 2:00
conveyed by confirmatory deed p.m. on/March 26, 2010, on the
or encumbrances is made in the
MORTGAGEE'S deed. dated July 11, 2003 which )"mortgaged
currently has the address of 412 '192 &
/%:." premises located at
Memorial Drive,
Premises: 101 Broad Street, REAL ESTATE
A deposit of Five Thousand
($5,000.00 ) Dollars by certified
South Avenue,
Massachusetts 02382.
Whitman, Whitman, Plymouth County,
$Massachusetts, all and singular
Whitman Massachusetts or bank check will be required to For mortgagor's title see deed the premises '%42%35,43)./52
described in said
By virtue and in execution of be paid by the purchaser at the recorded with Plymouth County mortgage, 3%26)#%$)2%#4/29
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a time and place of sale. The Registry of Deeds in Book TO WIT:
the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by balance is to be paid by certified 25758, Page 59. The land with the buildings
certain mortgage given by Richard F. Mace and Deborah or bank check at Harmon Law These premises will be sold thereon in Whitman, Plymouth
Vincent J. MacDonald and M. McCarthy a/k/a Deborah M. Offices, P.C., 150 California and conveyed subject to and with County, Massachusetts, being l0t
Renee M. MacDonald to Mace to Mortgage Electronic the benefit of all rights, rights of 188 on a plan entitled ''Plan of
Street, Newton, Massachusetts
Mortgage Electronic Registration Registration Systems, Inc., dated 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box way, restrictions, easements, Lots, Homeland Park, Auburn
Systems, Inc., as nominee for September 12, 2005 and 610389, Newton Highlands, covenants, liens or claims in the Street, Whitman, Mass., made
1-800-East-West Mortgage and registered with the Plymouth Massachusetts 02461-0389, nature of liens, improvements, !$6%24)3%).
for John M. Hogg'' recoreded at
now held by OneWest Bank, County Registry District of the within thirty (30) days from the public assessments, any and all Plymouth County Deeds as Pln
FSB, said mortgage dated Land Court as Document date of sale. Deed will be unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, 4(%3%26)#%
No. 295 of 1959 in Plan Book
2/14/2007, and recorded with the No.593445 as noted on provided to purchaser for water and sewer liens and any $)2%#4/2911, page 695, and bounded and
Plymouth County Registry of Certificate of Title No. 101458, recording upon receipt in full of other municipal assessments or described as follows:
Deeds in Book 34114 at Page 3, of which mortgage Wells Fargo the purchase price. The liens or existing encumbrances !.$'%4 EASTERLY by Hogg
for breach of the conditions in Bank, N.A. is the present holder, description of the premises of record which are in force and 2%35,43
Memorial Drive, as shown on
said mortgage and for the for breach of the conditions of contained in said mortgage shall are applicable, having priority said plan by two courses,
purpose of foreclosing the same, said mortgage and for the control in the event of an error in over said mortgage, whether or#ALLFORDETAILS
measuring thirty-one and 71/100
will be sold at Public Auction on purpose of foreclosing, the same this publication. not reference to such restrictions, (31.71) feet and sixty-eight and
March 18, 2010 at 12:00 pm will be sold at Public Auction at Other terms, if any, to be easements, improvements, liens 29/100 (68.29) feet, respectively;
Local Time upon the premises, 1:00 p.m. on March 24, 2010, on announced at the sale. or encumbrances is made in the NORTHERLY by Lot 187 on
all and singular the premises the mortgaged premises located deed. said plna, one hundred
described in said mortgage, to at 295 High Street, Whitman, WELLS FARGO TERMS OF SALE: seventy-three and 78/100
wit: Plymouth County, BANK, N.A. A deposit of Ten Thousand (173.78) feet;
A certain parcel of land with Massachusetts, all and singular Present holder of said ($10,000.00 ) Dollars by WESTERLY by Lot 121, as
the buildings thereon situated on the premises described in said mortgage certified or bank check will be shown on said plan, seventy-two
Broad Street, Whitman, mortgage, required to be paid by the and 51/100 (72.51) feet; and
Plymouth County, TO WIT: purchaser at the time and place SOUTHERLY by Lot 189, as
Massachusetts, being shown as the land situated in Whitman, of sale. The balance is to be paid shown on said plan, one hudnred
Lot No. 1 on a Plan entitled in the County of Plymouth, and by certified or bank check at forty-two and 54/100 (142.54)
“Subdivision Plan of Land in said Commonwelath, bounded Harmon Law Offices, P.C., 150 feet.
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Program offered for new parents Plymouth County Extension annual fruit pruning
The North River Collab- tise in such areas as adjusting The Annual Fruit Pruning office for Plymouth County Swanson, Extension Educator,
orative Family Network is to a post-partum body and Clinic sponsored by Plymouth residents demonstrating the Plymouth County/UMass Ex-
offering a free program this relationship, infant massage, County Cooperative Exten- basics of pruning fruit trees tension. This clinic provides
spring for new and expectant nutrition, music and more. sion is scheduled for Saturday, (apples, peaches, etc) as well participants with an opportuni-
parents entitled “My Baby and This program is offered free to March 20, at 1 p.m. at Villa as raspberry plants, grape ty to observe the proper way to
Me.” This is a 6-week parent/ families through a grant from Serra, home of Lorenzo Gros- vines, and blueberry bushes. prune fruit-bearing plants and
child program that will be of- the Massachusetts Department so, 52 Vernon Street, Middle- The two-hour clinic is led provides guidance for a suc-
fered on Tuesday mornings of Early Education and Care in boro. by Dominic Marini, retired cessful harvest.
from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. at the collaboration with Self Help This is the 33rd consecu- Plymouth County Extension For information, contact
Abington Library beginning Inc. Community Partnership tive pruning clinic held by the Regional Fruit and Vegetable the Plymouth County Exten-
March 30. Each week a guest for Children. Call 781-681- Plymouth County Extension Specialist, and Deborah C. sion office at 781-293-3541.
speaker will share their exper- 9736 to register.


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It’s a mad, mad,

mad, mad world
College Corner
❑❑ W h i t m a n - H a n s o n ships. Alves placed eighth in Indiana. The Westfield State

high jump record-holder Noel the 1000-meter run, breaking College senior ran a qualify-
wo weeks ago, I left for a nice, relaxing vacation James has picked up right the school- ing time of 17:00 and will be
in Hawaii — and I guess I left chaos here at the where he left record in the making her fifth national ap-
Express by not sending all my articles to the right off during event twice pearance. Arouca is a five-
people. My apologies to the boys and girls track teams, to his first year over the two time All New England runner
at American days of com- and two-time All American.
Brit Ford, whose Senior Moment was supposed to go in last
Internation- petition. She She earned her first All Ameri-
week’s paper, and Aly Tully, whose
al College. advanced can honor last year by placing
The Tale of was supposed to go in this week’s James was to Satur- third in the steeplechase in the
the Tape paper. named the day’s final outdoor track nationals and
As has been the tradition when I Northeast- with a time her second during the cross-
go away, I let you loyal readers create 10 Confer- of 2:56.94 to country season this past fall.
your own Tale of the Tape by filling ence Rookie of the Year and qualify seventh (out of 30 com-
in the blanks of a mad lib that I make. then took second place in the petitors) in Friday’s prelimi- ❑❑ St. Rose freshman
I messed that up too, but I can’t rob high jump at the New Eng- nary round, breaking the pre- Emily Trapp’s first college
you all of the chance because of my land Championships at Bos- vious record of 2:57.40 set by basketball
mistakes. E-mail your best, appropriate ton University on Feb. 27 to Cristina Seremetis at the 2003 season saw
ones to the Express and we’ll run our earn All New England honors. Northeast-10 Championships. the Panthers
James has renewed his high Alves bettered that record in all-time lead-
favorites next week.
By Dave Palana jump rivalry with B.C. High- the final with a time of 2:56.24. ing scorer
turned-Stonehill star Corey crack the var-
It was a [adjective] winter for the Thomas. James bested Thomas ❑❑ Kerry Arouca, a sity roster as
at the NE-10 championships 2006 Whitman-Hanson gradu- an underclass-
Panthers, full of [plural noun]. But no surprise was bigger on Feb. 18 when he cleared ate, will be man. Trapp
7’1.5”, though Thomas got the top seed averaged 6.5 minutes over 21
than the play of [adj.] [sport] rookie [person in the room]. revenge at New Englands by in the 5,000 games coming off the bench
edging James for the top spot. meters at the this year and scoring 29 points
NCAA Divi- and recording five blocks.
Only [number] years old, he/she is already [verb –ing] like a
❑❑ Another Panther sion III na- Head coach Karen Haag ex-
record-holder, Stonehill col- tional indoor pects Trapp to work her way
wily veteran. No one expected him/her to [verb] the varsity lege sophomore Jill Alves track cham- into the regular rotation for
also earned All-New England pionships on the Golden Knights and said
roster so young, but he/she [verb past tense] the coaches in honors for her performance at March 13, she will be “critical to our suc-
the New England Champion- 2010 at Depaw University in cess.”
tryouts and came off the bench like a [noun] of [noun] early

in the season, playing [adverb] in limited minutes.

And who can forget his/her shining moment against the

A visit with wrestling captain
[town/city] [animal plural]. Captain [another person in the
Jon Leone

room] had to leave the game with a/an [body part] injury,
eone ended his high school wrestling career at the
[verb –ing] the young rookie into the limelight. Most young All State tournament last month after help-
ing captain the wrestling team to a Patriot
players might have caved under the pressure, but he/she must League championship. He will throw shot put for
the track team this spring before playing football
have [body part plural] of steel because he/she scored [num- in college. He shared his thoughts on…

ber] times to lead the Panthers to victory. … going into the service. I’m going to
the United States Merchant Marine Acad-
“He/She was like a [noun] out there tonight,” the head emy in Kingspoint, New York. Since I was
a freshman, I’ve always wanted to go to a
coach said. “It was like something out of [movie]. He/She re- service academy because I wanted to be in
the military and federal service academies are
the best way to go. I sent [football] film out to
ally [verb past tense] the day.”
a couple of schools and the Merchant Marine
coaches took a look at me and I got recruited to
play there.

… his plans for a major. I’m going to do

marine engineering there and become an en-
FUNCTION HALL AVAILABLE FOR RENT gineer in the Merchant Marines and an of-
ficer in the Naval Reserve. I’m good at
math and science and I like building things.

… how he got into wrestling. I wanted to

get in better shape for football, and I just started
getting good. I got the captains spot this year,
which was a pretty big deal for me. I enjoyed
7:30-9pm … his favorite sports memory at Whit-
PLEASE JOIN US FOR man-Hanson. Winning the league champion-
MEAT RAFFLE ship for wrestling was a big deal. I liked that a
lot. I placed at the sectional tournament, but got
knocked out at the state tournament. One of my
goals since I was a freshman was to make it to the
state tournament, so I did pretty good there.

… his future sailing around the globe. I get to

travel all over the world and I’ll get to see a lot of
places. I’ve been out on the ocean a little bit, but I
don’t know too much about it. I’m excited to see
what happens when I get there.
Thursday, March 11, 2010 The Express – Your Hometown Newspaper! 23

Nobody does
it better
Panther cheerleaders near
perfect in win at Regionals
By Dave Palana, Sports Editor serving as assistant coach for
david@hansonexpress.com three years. She brought some
The Panther cheerlead- changes to the team this season
ing program has routinely by dropping the roster down
been among the state’s elite to 16 to balance out the skill
at the Division I level, but level and altering the routine
on Sunday, Whitman-Hanson in the hopes of getting cleaner
propelled themselves to new stunts. She said the record-set-
heights. ting performance by the Pan-
The varsity cheerleading thers on Sunday is a sign that
team scored a 93.25 out of 100 the changes and the hard work
PANTHER PERFECTION: The varsity cheerleaders pose with their South Regional trophy after win- at the South Regional Cham- by the team paid off.
ning the Division I competition on Sunday with a 93.25 score. pionships at Taunton High “It’s a very hard routine
School to record the highest and they really stepped up to
score in team history and the the challenge,” she said. “Ev-
highest ever at the regional erybody pulled together and

Track bottle drive upcoming competition.

“They were the best I’ve
seen,” said head coach Kaitlyn
stepped up when they needed
The Panthers will go for
The Whitman-Hanson Regional High School track teams will conduct the annual “Bottle Mee. “It’s a simple routine, the state championship on
Drive” on Saturday, April 3 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Athletes will go door to door to collect but a very difficult one and Sunday at Wachusett Region-
recyclable bottles and cans. Residents may also drop off their bottles at the high school. All they executed it perfectly.” al High School and expect to
proceeds will be used to purchase track and field equipment for the teams. This is Mee’s first season perform around 10 a.m.
at the helm of the team after

Whitman Legion Signups

SENIOR MOMENTS All baseball players ages 15-19 not turning 20 this year liv-
ing in Whitman and Abington must sign up on Saturday, March
13 from 12-1:30 p.m. at American Legion Post behind Holy
Ghost Church in Whitman. Abington players that live closer to
A visit with girls basketball captain Whitman-Hanson than Holbrook, Rockland or Weymouth High
school must register with Whitman. Tryout date and info will be
Brittany Ford passed out then. Any questions please call Coach Chuck Adams

ord helped captain the girls basketball team to their third
league championship in four years and the fourth
trip to the MIAA tournament during her high
school career. She shared her thoughts on…
…the colleges she is looking at. Right now I’m ROCKLAND HANSON ROTARY CLUB
deciding between Salve Regina, URI, University of
Tampa and Quinnipiac. At Salve, I can play basketball
and it’s in Newport, and I love the beach area. URI
is kind of the same thing and then I just want to get
away. Sat. March 20th – 7:00 - 11:00 pm
Whitman VFW Hall, Whitman, MA
… her plans for a major. I’m majoring in nurs- Featuring:
ing. My neighbor was a nurse and, ever since I was Famous Comedians from the
little, I’ve wanted to help people. New England Area

… how long she’s been playing basketball. I’ve Purchase your Tickets by Calling
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… joining the cross-country team in her senior

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year. I loved it. I wish I had done it for a couple more years.
It got me in real good shape for basketball and all the girls Noel James
were really nice. It was fun.
American International
… her favorite sports memory at Whitman-Hanson. I James was named the North-
just liked all the people I met. We had a lot of fun and had east-10 Conference Rookie of
some great memories. High school would never be the same the Year and then took second
without them. place in the high jump at the
New England Championships
… what she likes to do in her spare time. I just like to at Boston University on Feb.
run on my own, hang out with my friends and go shopping. 27 to earn All New England
I’m just a normal kid. [Laughs].
… going away. I want to see if I can be without my par-
ents. I have always wanted to go away and if I don’t go away, I
definitely want to do a year abroad. I’d definitely want to go to
Australia if I went abroad.
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Last man standing

Panther captain ends indoor season at New Englands
By Dave Palana, Sports Editor and beat a more experienced der to work the body without
Hingham team for the Patriot stressing the old injury. Clint
It was a season of surprises League championship and works very hard at his sport
for the Panther boys track team Burns come into his own in and  he is intelligent about his
this winter, and captain Clint the 600. The Panther captain training.”
Burns brought it to a close in medaled twice in the race out With the indoor season
impressive fashion Friday at of unseeded heats at All States now behind him, Burns said
the Reggie Lewis Center. and the Elite Invitational, sav- he is looking forward to a few
Burns ran the 600 meters in ing his best races for the end of weeks of rest before the spring
1:23.50 to finish in ninth place the year. track season starts April 1 in
at the New England Champi- Head coach Kevin Black Middleboro.
onships. credited Burns’ work ethic for “He projects to be a very
Burns qualified for the meet his success this season, saying talented 400 meter and 800 me-
at the All State championships the adjustments he made af- ter runner for us this spring,”
the week before, where he ter a stress fracture last spring Black said. “He absolutely
took fifth place running in an have paid dividends. has the guns to challenge the
unseeded heat with a 1:23.46 “He remembers the stress school records.  He has a goal
time, shaving over half a sec- fracture and the reason for of competing in college. And
ond off his fourth-place time at it,” he said. “He monitors his I am certain he has the ability,
the Division II championships weekly mileage, and he always speed, strength and self-dis-
on Feb. 20. remembers to put his time in cipline to compete at the next
Though his time at New on the stationary bike in or- level.”
Englands was consistent with
his All State race, Burns said
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