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Volume LXI No. 17 “Wherever a man turns he can find someone who needs him.” – Albert Schweitzer Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A night for
By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor a man who sees the good in
everyone,” said Dow, read-
Harry Katz of the Duxbury ing from the nomination form
Interfaith Council was named filled out by Rev. Roy Tripp,
the Duxbury Community Vol- Katz’s colleague on the Inter-
unteer of the Year in a ceremo- faith Council.
ny at the Village of Duxbury “This really is about ev-
Wednesday night. erybody in the room,” Katz
Joanna Dow from the Vil- said. “We’re all in it together
lage said that Katz was chosen ... that’s what makes Duxbury
for his tireless promotion of a a beautiful community.”
message of living and working Emcee Jim Fagan, who has
together for the greater good. been friends with Katz since
“Harry has been described the two grew up as neighbors A NIGHT FOR THOSE WHO GIVE BACK: The nominees for Duxbury Community Volunteer of the Year
as a man of peace, the con- pose for a group photo after the awards ceremony at the Village at Duxbury Wednesday night. Harry
science of a community and Katz of the Interfaith Council (front row, third from left) was named volunteer of the year.
continued on page 14

Power struggle Controversy over

Duxbury resident fights for safer nuclear power
By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor
school board chair
By Dave Palana, Clipper Staff should ro-
A recent rally in front of Gary Magnuson took over tate around
the Statehouse was just the as chairman of they Duxbury the board
latest stop for Mary “Pixie” School Committee as they re- according
Lampert, a Duxbury resident organized in their first meeting to senior-
who has long been speaking since the town election at Al- ity, “in the
out on issues of nuclear pow- den School on Wednesday, but spirit of
er and who has often spoken not without some dissension goodwill.”
out against Duxbury’s nucle- from one of the board’s senior
Connolly “I’m
ar neighbor, the Pilgrim plant members. the next senior member, and
in Plymouth. Magnuson was elected I feel I should be chair,” Con-
The rally received extra chairman by a 3-2 vote, with nolly said. “Any one of us
attention as the crisis at Ja- John Heinstadt and Maureen would do an excellent job and
pan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi Connolly voting against the I’m sure some day [Gary] will
nuclear plant deteriorated af- move. Connolly, who was also do an excellent job, I’m just
ter that country was hit with nominated for the position by not sure it’s time.”
Mary “Pixie” Lampert speaks to reporters in front of the Statehouse Connolly also questioned
at a recent rally. Photo by Scott Eisen
Heinstadt after he declined the
continued on page 12
nomination, said the position continued on page 15


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Correction Duxbury Almanac

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“Education foundation issues High High Low Low
grants to Duxbury schools” Thurs. April 21 2:04 a.m. 2:44 p.m. 8:03 a.m. 9:10 p.m.
incorrectly stated the name of
Fri. April 22 2:57 a.m. 3:39 p.m. 8:55 a.m. 10:03 p.m.
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The amount of the grant was Tues. April 26 6:51 a.m. 7:33 p.m. 12:59 a.m. 1:38 p.m.
$10,000 not the listed $9,700. Wed. April 27 7:52 a.m. 8:27 p.m. 2:01 a.m. 2:34 p.m.
Thurs. April 28 8:48 a.m. 9:15 p.m. 2:59 a.m. 3:24 p.m.
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Patrons take a ‘snapshot’ of the

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“Snapshot Day,” an event pro-
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around the state that partici- away from home,” according onstrated that even roof leaks
pated in Snapshot Day.
The library’s day began at
to Jankowski.
The day was typically
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library trustees were welcomed drama. At one point Jankowski Jankowski spotted eight leaks. Hot Roast Turkey
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by Jankowski. At 10 a.m., li- rated ceiling tile had fallen in out surveys, and one comment
brary patrons began drifting the reference area. Fortunately summed up how most resi-
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4 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Johnson responds to appeals

court decision, vows to fight on
By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor bids and the qualifications of lowed to stonewall this or the
each bidder separately) and depositions as they have in
Despite an appeals court the award was invalid. Calm the past,” Johnson said in an
was the high bidder when the e-mail. “Mr. MacDonald is ei-
decision that lifted a stay on
the management contract at
North Hill Golf Course, pav-
contract was re-bid.
Johnson obtained a pre-
ther confused or arrogant if he
thinks this is over.”
House Wanted
ing the way for a new opera- liminary injunction from the He said that the the reason
tor to take over, Doug Johnson Middlesex Superior Court only Pilgrim responded to the
of Johnson Golf vows to fight Justice Herman J. Smith, al- third bid is because the town
Thinking of moving or selling your
on. lowing him to run the course put language in the contract home?
under the terms of the old con- limiting the rights of the man- We’re moving back to Duxbury and looking
update tract until the court case played agement company to sue the
Johnson has been in a le- out. A March 30 decision from town if there was any wrong
for a new Home to buy
gal battle with the town after Smith vacated the injunc- doing. • 3+ Bedrooms
he lost the bid to manage the tion and paved the way for a “This is bid rigging at its • Nice Family Neighborhood
nine-hole, municipally-owned new company, Pilgrim Golf finest,” Johnson wrote.
course in 2008. Johnson was of Duxbury, to take over the Johnson also attacked Pil- • East of Route 3
not the high bidder (Calm Golf course. (Pilgrim was the win- grim’s qualifications, calling • Priced between $550 to $700,000
of Rockland was) but Johnson ner and only bidder in a third the company a “fraud.”
claimed the town conspired round of bidding on the con- “The town awarded a con- If your interested in selling, please call
against him and that Calm was tract, blessed by both Smith tract to someone with no golf Nick or Diane (508) 495-0609
not qualified to run the course. and the state inspector general. management experience,” he
Calm is currently running Johnson did not submit a bid, said.
Strawberry Valley in Abington, which Smith cited as the main Johnson said the case is in
ironically a course that used to reason for vacating the injunc- discovery right now and is set
be operated by Johnson. tion.) for pretrial hearings in July.
Johnson’s case centers While Johnson moved his “Time will tell,” he said
around the fact that he won an equipment out last week, the of his chances to win a suit.
initial bidding process that was lawsuit is still active and he “Facts are they have put the
later vacated. Town officials says he will seek damages for taxpayers of Duxbury at risk
claim that proper procedure a lost contract. Pilgrim’s con- for a large lawsuit.”
was not followed (evaluators tract is for five years.
are supposed to view the price “The town will not be al-

Local woman named in complaint - Open 7 Nights -

By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor between 10 and 15 percent, erties in Massachusetts and
according to the release. By Rhode Island, Galvin’s office
Secretary of the Com-
monwealth William F. Galvin
March of this year, there were
275 investors with 545 ac-
said. Losses from those activi-
ties reduced Inofin’s solvency
Join us for
has charged a now-bankrupt
Rockland auto financing com-
counts. Inofin claims to have
raised $110 million during its
to the point where the state
Division of Banks terminated
Easter Brunch
pany, its officers – including a
woman from Duxbury – with
existence. Bankruptcy docu-
ments show $69 million is cur-
its auto financing operation.
In February, an involuntary
& Dinner
fraud and selling unregistered rently owed to investors. bankruptcy petition was filed Reservations Accepted
securities and with not being In a separate but related in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
registered to sell securities in complaint, David Allan Af- Massachusetts.
The Securities Division’s
feldt of Potomac, Maryland,
and Thomas and Nancy Ke-
The complaints seek a
cease and desist order, disgorg-
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 5

Red Rose Limos Established Since 1996

Faculty Advisor Chris Hilton with team members Max Cook. Georgia Butcher, Sam Wyatt and Dylan
Kornberg. Local, Safe, and Dependable
Global Engagement Club brings Airport Service

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Mr. Hilton three or four days Monday evenings, and sopho-
By Corinne Woodworth
Special to the Clipper before to help out as a sub.” more Georgia Butcher “would
If you think teenagers are The Academic WorldQuest definitely encourage someone
only interested in their own is sponsored by the World Af- to join Global Engagement.
lives, there’s a new group at fairs Councils of America, It’s a fun environment to learn
the high school that is ready to a group that recognized that about what’s going on in the
prove you wrong. opportunities for high school world, and most of it is stuff
A team of four Duxbury students to learn geography, you should know.”
High School students brought world history and world af-
home a fifth place finish in fairs has dwindled, due to lack
their first ever Academic of funding for these programs.
WorldQuest competition held The competition is played be-
at the Museum of Fine Arts on tween four-person teams who Macdonald
March 12. answer 10 rounds of 10 ques- & Wood
Dylan Kornberg, Max tions each. This year the top- Helping Athletes &
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cause, “The day of the compe- around New England. Their
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juniors of the group were able career forums.
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6 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

State OKs anti-bullying plan

By Justin Graeber, Clipper Editor ing with each school council, School, students will tackle
the administration will work the topic during their advisory
Compliance with the new to incorporate the information groups.
state laws and regulations re- into the school improvement “It’s a menu-type curricu-
garding bullying has been a plans, as well as the curricu- lum, for lack of a better term,”
focus for the Duxbury School lum. Walsh said. “You pick the top-
District this year. Each school “The school councils this ic that’s more relevant to your
district in Massachusetts was year have decided to use the school. “It’s not like a math
required to have a bullying curriculum that’s been sup- curriculum ... it’s almost like
prevention plan in place by plied by Bridgewater State reading a novel.”
the end of last year. The state University,” Walsh said. He said it’s too early to
recently gave Duxbury’s plan The Massachusetts Ag- gauge how teachers, students 2DVLVLV+HUH
the thumbs up. gression Reduction Center at and parents are reacting to the /DUJHVW&UXLVH6KLS
In a March 17 letter to Bridgewater, also known as plan. A survey was done at the LQWKH:RUOG
Duxbury Superintendent of
Schools Benedict Tantillo, As-
sociate Commissioner of El-
MARC, is run by Dr. Elizabeth
Englander, who was a speaker
at the Performing Arts Center
high school, middle school
and Alden and got minimal
feedback. However, he said

ementary and Secondary Edu-

cation John L.G. Bynoe, III
indicated that Duxbury’s plan
last year. Walsh said many dis-
tricts are looking to Englander
as they develop anti-bullying
teachers appreciate having
something in writing to refer
to when bullying incidents do


included all of the required el-

ements according to the new
state law.
measures administratively and
in the school curriculum.
“Most people are using
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“It makes everything black
and white, they know the rules

Assistant Superintendent components of it. It seems to of the game, so to speak,”

Edwin Walsh worked on the
plan along with a large task
be the go-to approach right
now,” he said.
Walsh said. “It’s a good road
map. As we go through the
force that included staff, stu-
dents, parents and community
Now that bullying is such
a hot topic, companies have
whole process we’ll get feed-
members. The group used a sprung up offering school re- ( % ! ,4 ( - / . 4 ( 
standard anti-bullying plan sources –  Walsh said he gets
provided by the state as a tem- 2-3 e-mails a day.
plate, which is likely why the Now that the plan has been
feedback from the state was filed with the state, Duxbury is
positive – although Walsh said looking towards putting it into
some districts did have their action.
plans kicked back for adjust- “This year more or less ...
ment. He also said the poli- first half of the year was the
cies and procedures already research and development,”
in place in Duxbury make the Walsh said. “Now we’re in
task easier. the implementation/piloting
“We backfilled it with in- stage.”
bridging generations of smiles
formation that already exist- The plan will look differ- orthodontic treatment for children, adolescents and adults
ed,” Walsh said. ent at each school, he said. At COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATIONS FOR ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT

Some of the key compo- the elementary schools, teach-

nents of the plan were estab- ers will focus on “teachable Complimentary Consultations
lishing protocols for reporting moments.” Open Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8am-5pm
bullying – including the ability “The teachers will look at C O M P L I M E N T A R Y C O N S U L T A T Tues.
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lying is on a two year cycle, in their social studies and Eng-
Walsh said. Next year, work- lish classes. At Duxbury High

Spring is In!
1510 Tremont Street, Duxbury, MA 02332
Phone: 781-934-5583 • www.drsheehanorthodont
Drop off expired and unused
prescription drugs
On April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Duxbury Board Lots of Color, Style
of Health, DPW, Duxbury Police Department and the Drug
Enforcement Administration will give the public another
& Cool...
opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their
homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and un-
wanted prescription drugs. Bring medications for disposal
to Duxbury Fire Department at 668 Tremont St. The service
is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
Last September, Americans turned in 242,000 pounds—
121 tons—of prescription drugs at nearly 4,100 sites oper-
ated by the DEA and more than 3,000 state and local law
enforcement partners.
This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public
health issue. Medicines that languish in home cabinets are
highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of
prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as
are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due
to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused pre-
scription drugs are obtained from family and friends, includ-
ing from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans 45 DEPOT STREET, DUXBURY
are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of
unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throw-
ing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm
hazards. Sat 9am-5pm / Sun 12-5pm
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 7

It’s for you

By John Britten, Clipper columnist
’m considering buying a new phone and I recently
read that there are over 350,000 “apps” available for Build a strong, lean, flexible,
downloading on the Apple iPhone. 350,000! The most balanced body for optimal health!
amazing thing to me about that fact, was that I had no idea Personal attention to individual needs - seniors, golfers, athletes, people with sports,
what “apps” were. I am fully aware that I’m a little behind the back & joint injuries,and healthy adults getting in shape. Comfortable, fully equipped studio.
technology curve, but I’m not all that slow, so while guessing
that “apps” stood for a body part much favored in Hollywood, Betty DeLisle, 781-934-9959
I typed in “app” on Google. After scrolling through the Asbury Certified Pilates Trainer
Park Press site, I learned on Google that “apps “is short for ap-
Google further explained that apps ”are computer software
dedicated to help the user to perform singular or multiple
related specific tasks. It
Do you ride the
helps to solve problem in the
real world.” That certainly
sounded worthwhile so I
decided to check out some of
Hanson Station train?
these “problem solvers” on Park for FREE
the Apple web-site, and these
folks are all real. and we will pick you up!
Smule: This is an app that allows you to convert your iP-
hone into a flute. Now see, right there that’s a problem I never
would have considered. So I continued to search.
Seafood watch: This app helps you choose “ocean-friend-
ly” seafood. There is “ocean un-friendly” seafood? Legal
seafood’s’ dirty little secret.
Remote: Here’s a good one for the remote challenged Ride the shuttle
among us. With this app you can change the songs on your
computer even if you’re in another room! and receive a
Gowalla: I’m not sure what this one does, but in a review coupon for FREE
by Macworld Magazine it got 4.5 Mice out of 5. Which I guess items at Dunkin
is good.
Girl scout cookie locator: This was a bit of a surprise. I
mean I love Girl Scout cookies, but is there really an audience
desperate to track down the cookies? For information on GATRA or to find a
Starbucks: How can you not find a Starbucks location?
But, the app promises more than just a map; it claims you can,
Greater Attleboro Taunton
Regional Transit Authority schedule, go to
“send your drink to friends by e-mail or Twitter!” Wouldn’t
this be a little messy?
Pick-up truck: This app offers a calculator that will tell
you how much you can afford to pay before you begin to ne-
gotiate for that truck. I figure any guy who needs a cell phone
to tell him how much he can afford probably pays full price at
Joseph A. Banks.
Stylefx: A fashion app and one of my favorites. This is
hosted by Clinton Kelly, who must be fairly wide-known in
fashion circles, because this app actually costs money but, “it’s
like having Clinton Kelly on speed dial!” In addition, you also
get at no extra charge a promotional video for stylefx starring
… Clinton Kelly.
Then there’s the answer to everyone’s need … “Real
Housewives” guide by Bravo. Don’t even ask.
There are of course, many, many more apps available on
the iphone, about 349,992 that can’t be covered here, and all
very impressive, but here’s all I wanted to know: can it make
phone calls?

Before and After Dark drivers

education registration
Registration for the Spring/Sum-
mer session of Drivers Education is
open in the Before and After Dark
office at the Alden Elementary
The Spring/Summer ses-
sion will run from April
26-June 14, on Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings from 6-8
p.m. at Duxbury High School.
The program includes 30 hours
of classroom instruction, 18
hours on the road and a mandato-
ry parents’ class. Registration forms may be picked up in the
DHS guidance office or at the Before and After Dark office in
the Alden School. Students must be 15 years 9 months of age
by April 26 to be eligible for the class. This class fills quickly,
Bayside Marine Corp.
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Send around town items

including births, anniversaries, It’s time to think about protecting your trees from winter moth!
promotions and other life milestones to
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“Naturally creating and caring for landscapes”

➢➢ Katherine Wallace of
Jeremiah Drive received a
bachelor of science in busi-
ness degree in finance from
the Pamplin College of Busi-
ness at Virginia Tech.
➢➢ Katherine O’Toole, a
junior biochemistry major at
Stonehill College, as been
awarded a research grant from
the college and will be work-
ing with biology professor
Magdalena James-Pederson
on a project titled “Cloning
The Plantation
and Analysis of Manganese Shutter Experts
Peroxidase Gene from Armil- Free Home Consultation
laria gallica.” & Installation
➢➢ Duxbury skaters Cece Co-
lucci, Katherine, Elizabeth
and Caroline Vitaro and
Kelly Cronin will be perform-
ing in Pilgrim Skating Club’s
33rd Annual Icycles Show,
“Skating with Glee” on Sat-
urday, April 23 at 1 p.m. and
7 p.m at Hobomock Arena in
Pembroke. This will be Kath-
erine’s 10th and final appear-
ance in the show as she will
be graduating from Duxbury
High School this June. BEFORE AFTER
COOKIES FOR THE TROOPS: Members of Cadette Girl Scout Troop
➢➢ Joseph John Buckley,
Harrison William Houghton, 80331 delivered 14 cases of Girl Scout Cookies to the VFW in Does your
Plymouth last week. The cookies will be included in the care pack-
Matthew Michael Sullivan, ages the VFW sends each month to the men and women serving in fireplace need a
and Robert McGill Brook
achieved high honors for the
the Middle East. This is the third year the troop has adopted the
soldiers in their “Cookies for a Cause” and are extremely grateful
third quarter at Boston College to all who supported them in this effort. Delivering the cookies are 1127 Main Street
High School.
➢➢ Brian Patrick Hock-
troop members: Janine Neprud, Madeline Buchanan, Megan Roy and
Lauren Roy.
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College High School.
➢➢ On May 1, Dr. Joseph
Freewatt is a new revolutionary patented home energy system that not only
Santelli of Crescent Street will
provides heat, but also generates eco-friendly electricity. Utilizing co-genera-
celebrate his 40th year in the
tion you produce electricity and heat for your home for almost the same price
dental profession. During his
to just heat your home! You get two uses from one fuel. By relying less on
firts two years, he was a Navy
electricity from the grid, homeowners can cut back on their utility costs and
dentist stationed in Newport,
environmental impact. Save the planet and your pocketbook with Freewatt!
R.I. For the next 33 years, he
practiced in Plymouth and the Several Duxbury artists create and exhibit their work at their studios • Freewatt can produce nearly 5,000 kWh of electricity each year using 60%
past five years he has been here in the Wright Building at 379 Liberty St. in Rockland. Shown here less fuel than your electric utility.
in Duxbury. Also, on May 23 at the Open Studios Event held recently are Jan Zabilski and Maria • Freewatt can run in backup mode supplying indefinite heat and electricity if
he and his wife, Bertha San- Hopkins with several of their works. Photo credit Julius A. Prince, Jr. there is a power failure.
telli will celebrate their 40th • Increases your home’s value.
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30 at Holy Family Church Sold and Serviced by:
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Unborn has been can- 142 Mountain Ave.
celled. Information of a Pembroke, MA 02359
rescheduled date will be Phone: 781-924-1610
announced in future Clip- Fax: 781-924-1612
Eija Heward with her painting entitled “Old Barn in Finland.” E-mail:
Photo credit Julius A. Prince, Jr.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 9

Mount Auburn Cemetery virtual tour .ICMIH*;QH!;L?IL&?;FNBS%L??H

There is an alternative to feeding your lawn
with chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

You can have a healthy green lawn using

slow-release organic fertilizers without any
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already have.
Duxbury Free Library’s Sunday
Salon presented a virtual tour
of the historic Mount Auburn
Cemetery. Heide Hasselmann &?;FNBS%L??H<S!;L?*;H>M=;JCHA
provided a wealth of information
about the beauty of the landscape, 0LEASECALL3TEVE"ERALLs  
historic background and the final
Heide Hasselmann and Carol Jankowski, director of the Duxbury resting place of many famous
Free Library. Photos by Julius A. Prince Jr. Americans.

Restaurant & Bar

Dinner Service
begins at 5pm
4pm on Sunday

The Sun Tavern will be open from

12-6pm on Easter Sunday and
serving a “Special” Easter Menu
Make your reservations now!
500 Congress Street, Duxbury
781-837-1027 – Fax 781-837-1109
Private Dining Room for Parties and Special Occasions
Ken Wisneski, Executive Chef

After the presentation, Hasselmann chats with Duxbury residents Natalie Goodrich and Margaret
Congregation Shirat Hayam, P.O. Box 2727, Duxbury 02331, Phone: 781-582-2700
Zion Lutheran Church
386 Court St., No. Plymouth, Rev. C. Robert Stott, Phone: 508-746-3041
10 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Congregation Beth Jacob

A visit with Harry Katz

Synagogue: 8 Pleasant St. Plymouth, Community Center, Court/Brewster St. Lawrence
Silverman, Rabbi, Phone: 508-746-1575.

South Shore Quaker

MacDonald Funeral Home
Recent volunteer of the year winner discusses
Phone: 781-749-4383, Turkey Hill Lane, Hingham, (off Rte. 228 at the library/town hall
complex off Levitt St., up the hill to Turkey Hill Lane).
1755 Ocean St. Marshfield
work withChurchthe Interfaith Council
of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon)
379 Gardner St., So. Hingham, Bishop John Howe, Phone: 781-293-2520, Sundays

By Sarah Coughlin
Clipper contributor year round: Family worship at 10 am. “Excellence in Service with Understanding”
uxbury’s Interfaith Directors: Joseph L. Davis, Richard W. Davis
Council, accord- St. Mark of Epheseus Orthodox Mission
ing to Harry Katz, 261 Main St., Kingston, Rev. Terrence McGillicuddy, Phone: 781-585-8907 RICHARD DAVIS FUNERAL HOMES, INC.
is “a fabulous organization
Islamic Center of New England Mosques Traditional Funerals Cremations Pre-Need Funeral Planning
made up of almost all the con-
470 South St., Quincy, 671-479-8341, 74 Chase Dr., Sharon, 781-784-0434
gregations in the community. 373 Court Street 619 State Road (Rt. 3A)
We try to educate each other N. Plymouth Manomet
Safe Harbor Church
about our differences and 52 Main St., Marshfield, Pastor Mark Eagling, 781-837-9903 (508) 746-2231 1-800-770-2231 (508) 224-2252
ways to work together, show
compassion, and bring the
community together in a reli- John L. Woods
gious way...” Fresh off his win ATTORNEY AT LAW
as Duxbury’s Volunteer of the
Year, Katz sat down with us
and it became quite clear why 781-934-9495
he was the recipient of such a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION
distinguished title. Wills Trusts
Estate & Medicaid Planning
The Katz File Harry Katz has been involved with the Duxbury Interfaith Council and Elder Law
Favorite Book: I read newspa-
No Place for Hate for years. He recently received the Community Real Estate Matters
pers and magazines. If I had Volunteer of the Year award from The Village.
to pick one author it would be wise not have the opportunity. grams. I really believe we are
John Irving. And finally, we have our unique in what we do; we are a Call for a FREE Consultation
No Place for Hate committee. very special entity. our Med-Spa services deliver amazing results!
Favorite Movie: “The
Graduate” and “The World This is something I have partic- Is there any emphasis on
ular pride in because I started it
According to Garp.”
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congregations, including the portive of the council’s mis- six years ago. She was from 25 Summer St.,Plymouth
Muslim and Baha’ i families. sion? One hundred percent, this area originally and was (508)746-7100 ext. 121
There is generally one clergy and we are very, very thankful back on vacation. After hearing
member and three laity from for that. We have a huge group of the event I called her, think-
every congregation. of volunteers who make it all ing I would leave a voicemail
How did you get involved? happen. We couldn’t do it oth- and hear nothing back. She
I was very active in the initial erwise. returned my call half an hour
years of Congregation Shirat What has been the big- later. We got her help through
Hayam here in town. After gest challenge the council has the ADL and went to court
my involvement with getting faced thus far? The recession with her when her perpetrators
that up and running, I felt a has been a challenge because were tried, which was quite an
really strong need to educate the need for outreach has in- experience – being in the pres-
the community about Judaism. creased. Back in the ‘90s we ence of these people of hate. I
That is probably still my main always had a “slush fund,” that got to know Torey extremely
mission –– to show everyone disappeared in the early 2000s well; she opened my eyes to
that different faiths can work and we never really recovered how hurtful hate can be.
together and coexist. from that. But, all we have to Do you think young
Can you explain the do is ask and the community is people today are more open
IFC’s various programs? so amazing, they just give. minded about religion?
First, we have a strong out- Do other towns have in- Tough question. I think they
reach committee; we assist terfaith councils? We don’t are more open minded about
approximately 100 families in know of any other town that interfaith. I think we’ve done
need, in a number of ways. We does what we do; we are a a great job in Duxbury to do
do it first in food and fuel as- model for other town pro- that.
sistance, rent, food vouchers,
anything to get people in need
the basic necessities of life. Sign up for a spring class at the DAA
We also put together and give Registration is open for the spring session at the Duxbury
holiday baskets three times per Art Association. The association has a host of new classes, in-
year. cluding digital offerings such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
Secondly we have our TLC 1 & 2, Introduction to Basic Digital Photography, Learn how
program and camperships. The to use Picassa and Digital Photography field trips. For a com-
TLC (teach, learn, care) pro- plete list of classes go to To register for class-
gram provides backpacks and es or request a catalogue, come on in or call the DAA office
back to school supplies to ap- 781.934.2731 ext. 4.
proximately 50 children. Our Remember space is limited and full payment must be made
campership program sends at the time of registration. Classes begin the week of April 25.
about 40-50 children to sum- Classes are held at the Ellison Center for the Arts.
mer camp, who would other-
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Daisy Troop 75220 received a tour of the Animal Shelter facility given by Eddie Ramos, Duxbury’s animal
control officer. Posing for a photo in the kennel area are: Back row: Eddie Ramos, animal control officer,
Liz Bayston and Amanda Maxemchuck, troop leaders. Third row: Olivia West, Frannie Bayston, Maddie
Rose and Maya Gearin-Virga. Second row: Samantha Rose, Hadley Gearin-Virga, Margaret Bayston,
Sofia McAuley and Avery Horne.
Easter SundayAPRIL 24TH
Front row: Sophia Radzevich,   
Layla Federico, Emily Veitch and Dinner Served
Dinner Served All Day
Nadia Sovick. Photo credit Julius A. Prince, Jr.

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Keeping an eye on Pilgrim

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cials to self-police, and wants Lampert’s Web site,, outlines her group’s concerns
an independent panel to evalu- with the relicensing of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth.
ate Pilgrim. been on reducing risk.” ment, which she says is unsafe Gee included for new Students
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Lampert has been in- shima plant.) and snows here.”
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time was organized because sion, or NRC, allowed Pilgrim grim over the plant’s relicens-
there was a definable goal ––
to amend their license to hold ing, scheduled for 2012. If
let’s not let it go back online,” 3,859 assemblies in the same granted, the license would
Lampert said (although she place by packing the assem- allow the plant to operate un-
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group Pilgrim Watch. Pilgrim recently said they massive amounts of time and 408 Washington St. Rte 53 Pembroke, MA
“The little town of Dux- would start using the dry casks, money to this issue. At one
bury has done a lot,” she said. starting in 2014. However, point she had a lawyer helping
Despite her passion on the Lampert is still skeptical. her out, but after the woman
issues, she bristles at the term “They have no intention moved, she was on her own.
“anti-nuclear activist,” often of spending that money unless (Lampert’s husband is an attor-
used to describe her in the they’re politically pushed to ney but he can’t get involved
press. She says her main goal do so,” Lampert said. because of potential conflicts
isn’t the eradication of nuclear Another big safety issue of interest.)
power, rather, to make sure for Lampert is the off-site “Let’s face it, I do not have
plants like Pilgrim are operat- power that is required to pow- a staff, I’m not a lawyer,” she
ing safely. er the plant’s safety system in said. “It’s ruined my life, but
“I know that place isn’t go- the event of a shutdown. The it’s been very interesting.”
ing to close ... I don’t work on cables that carry backup power Relicensing can be a 30
that,” she said. “My focus has to Pilgrim are in a wet environ- month period, but the Pilgrim
case has dragged on for six
years. Yet Lampert is upbeat,
Display case open to the public and has lost none of her pas-
sion for the subject.
Are you a person who is so interested in some type of item,
“I got into a world that has
that you can’t get enough? Perhaps you collect buttons, or bird
been interesting and put me
ornaments, or glass paperweights. Or maybe you inherited
Aunt Millie’s international yo-yo collection. Would you like in touch with very interesting
to show off your collectibles to the community? The Duxbury people,” she said.”I think it’s
Free Library provides a display case for this purpose. Past case important, maybe a lot of other
collections have included mermaids, baskets, teddy bears, Red people don’t think it’s impor-
Sox memorabilia, Duxbury photos, tiny boxes, a crow collec- tant, and that’s fine ... I don’t
tion, postcards, and record albums from the 60’s and 70’s. Call have any regrets.”
the library at 781-934-2721 x108, or stop by the circulation
desk and reserve the case now.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 13

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April is National Poetry Month: Duxbury Free Library’s Poetry Circle meets the second Thursday mmm$ZknXkhocehj]W][i[hl_Y[i$Yec
of the month during the year. Poetry circle members, back row: Michael Gill, Lynn Walker/Lovng Spirit CEHJ=7=;8HEA;H((/,"DCBI(&,+(
Healing Dove, Rona Laban and Dolores Riccio. Seated: Leslie Godfrey, Rose Hickey, Duxbury Free
Library and Rick Riccio. Photo credit: Julius A. Prince, Jr.

Student exhibits on display at the ACM

Students from seven area schools - Duxbury 22 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. during which students
High School, Norwell High School, Rockland will conduct a walking tour and discuss their
High School, Sacred Heart High School, Sci- work. Other receptions, that day, will be for
tuate High School, Silver Lake Regional High Back Forty which shows current works in a #ELEBRATE%ASTER
School, and the South Shore Charter School - variety of media by artists who have exhibited
will exhibit their outdoor installations on the at the museum over the last forty years; Staff
grounds of The Art Complex Museum in Dux- Favorites, museum staff members’ choices of
bury from May 15 until June 5. their favorite pieces from the collection and
After viewing slides on public art, students Portals: The Dimensional Imagery of Digital (OLIDAY0INOT.OIR3ALE
develop and present their proposals, choose a Atelier, work exploring the concept of por- OFFEVERY0INOT.OIRINTHE3TORE
specific site, and create their work. By becom- tals as present reality and a bridge to artificial
ing involved, students learn how a museum worlds. The program is free and supported by &INE7INEs"EERs,IQUORs#IGARS
works. Often, their ideas, materials and final the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Family Charitable 3TOP3HOP0LAZAs+INGSTON
works are as varied as the students themselves. Trusts, by gifts from friends of the museum and
A reception is scheduled for Sunday, May the Duxbury Cultural Council.

Bill Allen, PGA Professional,
formerly of Johnson Golf
Management is now the Director of Golf, Pem-
broke Country Club and Larry Kelley, PGA Pro-
fessional, formerly with Bill Allen Golf for 10 years
is now the Head Golf Professional, Pembroke
Country Club.
The junior and adult programs that were offered
at Johnson Golf Management Facilities are now
offered at Pembroke CC, Pembroke, MA. Go
to to sign up for one of the
Junior or adult Programs and print out the form
and send it to the address noted at the bottom
of the form. For all other private, semi-private or
group lessons or more information, call Bill Allen at
For tee times call: 781-829-2273 or

Bill Allen, PGA Professional

14 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Duxbury Police to offer RAD

training starting April 25
Duxbury Police Department is proud to offer the RAD Pro-
gram. RAD is a self-defense course specifically for women and
girls 13 years and up. This course differs from other self-de-
fense programs in that it provides a foundation of risk reduction
through avoidance strategies in addition to active defense tactics.
Because this class emphasizes awareness as well as self-defense,
it addresses the threat from both a stranger and an acquaintance
perspective. Our next session will start on Monday, April 25 for
four weeks from 6-8 p.m. held at the Duxbury Senior Center on
Mayflower Street. The course fee of $25 provides the student
with a R.A.D. program membership which includes a lifetime
return and practice invitation anywhere there is a R.A.D. Pro-
gram being offered at no additional cost.
Applications are available at the Duxbury Police Depart-
ment. For further information, contact Sgt. Kristin Golden at
781-934-5656 ext. 41.

Free piano concert at the ACM

The second in The Art Complex Museum’s  fortieth anni-
versary year concert series will feature well-known Pianist Ste-
Joseph Shea’s children, David and Susan, accept an award in their father’s honor from the Village’s phen Porter on Sunday, May 1, at 4 p.m. Porter’s solo recitals
Joanna Dow. Shea passed away this year and was posthumously honored on Wednesday. have been highlighted by both national and international perfor-

Local volunteers honored

mance. He was chosen by Steinway and Sons to present five
concerts as part of its “Legendary instruments of the Immortals”
tour in Boston and Worcester. This year, Steinway selected him
to give lecture-recitals on the Horowitz piano. In addition, he
received a prestigious invitation by the Rockefeller Foundation
continued from page one

in Winthrop, also praised to perform at its study center in Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy.
Katz’s work. The program is free and supported by the Carl A. Weyer-
“His passion –  and his haeuser Family Charitable Trusts, and by gifts from friends of
compassion – are conta- the museum.
gious,” Fagan said.
Katz was humbled by
the honor – and instead of a
lengthy acceptance speech, We Can Evaluate All of Your Workplace Technical Needs!
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“This really is about ev-
erybody in the room,” Katz
said. “We’re all in it together
... that’s what makes Duxbury Emcee Jim Fagan, Town Manager Richard MacDonald, State Locally Owned - Serving the South Shore!
a beautiful community.” Representative Daniel Webster and Selectman Shawn Dahlen after
the ceremony.
The celebration of vol-
unteerism is held every year
and nominees are named by
their peers in the community.
speakers said.
“It’s a recognition –  but
it’s certainly not a competi-
cause he always refused the
“Joe’s dedication to his
DuxBizEx 2011 presented by
Those honored come from tion,” said Fagan at the be- country as a veteran, his
all walks of Duxbury life ginning of the event. “We’re town, his church and most calendars
and include people who have
worked with seniors, school
fortunate to have you in our
importantly his family, were
legendary,” said Fagan. “Joe
& now!
children and town govern- The first nomination of fought long and hard for the DuxBizEx 2011, the first consumer
ment officials. the evening was tinged with things he believed in.” tradeshow to feature only Duxbury-based All are invited!
In addition to Katz, 11 sadness. The event’s orga- Shea’s children, David businesses, is less than a month away. Thursday, May 5, 6 to 8 PM
women were honored – nizers chose to honor Joe and Susan, accepted the hon- Make an evening of it! Connect with
Duxbury Senior Center
along with the entire staff Shea, a tireless volunteer or for their father. neighbors and friends who own and run
of the Duxbury Thrift Shop. who passed away this year. “He was very proud to our local businesses.
While the winner is always While Shea has make a live in this town,” said David Also featuring refreshments and tastings from local restaurants.
a special volunteer, much of noticeable impact on Dux- Shea.
the honor of the event comes bury, he had never been a Call John Mattes, Duxbury Business Association VP, for more information: 781.856.4582.

just from being nominated, nominee before – mostly be-

35 Depot Street 781-934-2863

Duxbury Marketplace
(across from Tsang's) We Deliver!

Heavenly Easter Dinner Dishes!

Chicken Cordon Bleu
Ham Frittata
Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin
w/ Carolina Mustard Sauce

Green Beans Almandine

Cheesy Mashed Potatoes
Toasted Broccoli
Ninky Savage of the Village presents Harry Katz of the Interfaith Yukon Mashed Potatoes..
Council with his award. Katz was later named the volunteer of the
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 15

The Duxbury School Building Committee will interview four architectural firms on the evenings of
Tuesday April 26 and Wednesday April 27, beginning at 6 p.m. in Alden Elementary School, Room
104. The four model school designers, Ai3 Architects, Flansburgh Architects, Mount Vernon Group  
Architects and Symmes Maini & McKee Associates, will each be given 45 minutes to present their
proposal with 45 minutes allotted for questions following the presentation. In their presentations, the
designers will demonstrate how their plans would accommodate Duxbury’s educational needs and
adapt to the site.
A new era in
Debate over school board chair automotive service,
right next door.
continued from page one
In other business: “It’s a lot of new things
that add up,” he said. “Basi- It’s time for a service center that puts
whether Magnuson had the • The board heard propos- cally, my operating budget is customer service first, recognizes the
time to commit to the duties of als from New England School mostly user fees.” needs of your busy life, and meets
the chairman, such as meeting Development Council and Holdgate also plans to
your expectations of quality and
with the superintendent to set Future Management Systems
fund the head volleyball coach
value, all while reducing the

the meeting agendas, due to about developing a new stra- impact on our environment.
tegic plan for the district. position out of the user fees It’s the way U go…
his travel demands, but Mag- and make the ski coach posi-
They will discuss the propos-
nuson said he didn’t foresee als at their next meeting. tion a paid position. Volleyball Welcome to green automotive.
his job getting in the way of was a club sport at the high Come in and experience the dawn of a new era.
his School Committee duties. • Superintendent Benedict school last year, and the pro- • Extended Day & Night hours • Repairs and parts
“It may be tough for me to Tantillo said they have
gram has already fundraised
• Free shuttle service guaranteed for 3
years/36,000 miles
get in and sign a warrant from received four proposals from • 15 service bays
firms applying to be the to buy most of the equipment • 2 MA inspection bays • Waiting area with LED TVs
8 to 4, but if I have to do it I needed to hold matches in the • Vehicle pick-up and • Kids playroom
designer for the new high
will,” he said. drop-off service with toys, games,
school/middle school and will high school gym. Holdgate • On-site computers/Internet and Wii
Heinstadt, who would have conduct interviews on April added that the program saw • Digital photos/video of • Free roadside

been next in line for the posi- needed repairs towing with
26 and 27. strong numbers without nega- • Kitchen with free snacks approved repairs
tion by seniority, nominated tively impacting the other girls and beverages • Online scheduling

Connolly for the chairmanship • High school teacher Julie • Free Wi-Fi • Problem inspection
Papageorge introduced high fall sports, which left him con- • Private conference/waiting within 15 minutes
after declining her nomina- school AFS students Carlos fident the school could support rooms available
tion so he could focus on the Uribe from Chile and Julia a the program.
School Building Committee. Reymond from Germany to “Basically, almost 60 girls
Mary Lou Buell, who nomi- the committee to discuss signed up that may not have
nated Magnuson, said she felt their experiences in Duxbury. played a fall sport otherwise,”
he was the best at communicat- he said. “You can only keep
•The committee recognized
ing the intentions of the board, the Duxbury High School about 40 [between freshmen, 955 Plain Street (Rt 139) • Marshfield, MA
and that he was qualified for swim team for their champi- JV and varsity], but we’d be 781.834.4707
the position. onship winter season. bringing in 40 new user fees.”
“The communication piece
is a big one for me,” Buell • Assistant Superintendent
Edwin Walsh briefed the
said. “I think Gary does a great committee on upcoming
job articulating what the other changes to the curriculum in
opinions of the members are.” preparation for the new PART
After the election of Mag- test. Walsh said the changes
nuson, Buell nominating out- which will be presented to the
going chairman Anne Ward board at a later date.
for the vice chairman position • The committee read a sum-
while Heinstadt again nomi- mary of their evaluation of
nated Connolly. Ward was Superintendent Benedict
elected by the same 3-2 major- Tantillo into the meeting min-
ity over Connolly’s calls for utes.
a leadership position on the
board. per sport, with a family cap
“It just seems to me at this of five fees. Holdgate said the
point it is an issue of fairness,” fee increase was necessary be-
she said. “All of us are good cause the athletic department
leaders, all of us have different now has to fully pay for their
styles of leadership and I need athletic training where they
to be given a chance.” had previous split his contract
While the reorganization with Jordan Hospital. In addi-
of the board was contentious, tion, an increases in dues and
the committee was unani- official fees from the MIAA is
mous in voting to approve the expected in the fall. Holdgate
requests of athletic director said there may also be man-
Thom Holdgate to increase the dates from the MIAA regard-
Duxbury High School athletic ing concussion prevention and
fees and fund a varsity girls increases in transportation cost
volleyball program. The fees that also contributed to his re-
will increase by $15 to $225 quest.
16 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Tax work-off program expanded

By Susanna Sheehan, Clipper Staff Now, senior citizens can eight different town depart-
earn $1,000 off their real estate ments performing various
The senior tax work-off tax bill by working 125 hours duties such as answering the
program has been expanded to for the town, assisting in vari- telephones at the senior center
include five more participants; ous departments in town hall. and at the Fire Department, 6ˆÌˆÊUʙÇxʈÅÊ,`°ÊœvvÊ,œÕÌiÊÓ{-ÊUÊ/ˆÛiÀ̜˜ÊUÊ,°°
the Board of Selectmen ap- Currently, 15 seniors par- selling burning permits and
proved this action last week. ticipate and five more are on beach stickers, checking stick- Will
Selectmen voted unani- a waiting list, said Council on ers at the transfer station and
mously to expand the program Aging Director Joanne Moore. helping organize, run and lead
Dame 401-624-6181 / 1-888-BUY-VITI
from 15 to 20 seniors, which Over that last 16 years, 131 programs at the senior center.
brings its total cost to $20,000. residents have earned the tax The selectmen also wel- General Sales UÊ, Êœ>˜iÀÊ

It is funded through the over- abatement. comed anyone interested in Manager UÊ, Ê*ˆVŽ‡Õ«ÊEÊ iˆÛiÀÞ
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lay reserve account, which is In a memo to selectmen, serving on a committee to
used to pay for real estate tax Moore called the program “ a organize a 375th birthday cel-
abatements and exemptions. win-win” for the town and for ebration to contact the town
The program was approved seniors. managers office and fill out a
by Town Meeting in 1995 and “Qualified volunteers as- talent bank form. This specific
back then, it allowed seniors sist departments with specific committee will work with the
to earn up to $500 off their assignments and the senior is July 4th activities committee
taxes by working 100 hours at able to reduce their tax burden to commemorate the town’s
$5 an hour. Five seniors par- and stay in a town they love,” 375 birthday. LEARN TO SKATE
ticipated. This number rose to wrote Moore.
10 in 2007. Seniors help in at least Wednesday 10:00am-10:50am (Tots 3-6 yrs & Adults)
Session 5: 4/27-6/8 (7 wks) $110
DHS faculty self-study shows Thursday 1:00pm-1:50pm (Tots 3-6 yrs)
Session 5: 4/28-6/9 (7 wks) $110

positive results, say teachers Thursday 5:00pm-5:50pm (All Ages)

Session 4/28-6/9 (7 wks) $110
By Corrinne Woodworth Saturday 10:00am-10:50am (All Ages)
Special to the Clipper
The halls at the high Session 5: 4/30-6/11 (6 wks) $95
No class on May 21st
school may have been empty 2EGISTRATIONFEE'OODTHROUGH
without the students, but the Call Joan at 781-834-0947 or Starr at 781-585-2111
classrooms were filled with or visit our website for a list of all classes for the year.
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opment day on Friday, March
11 analyzing the data collected
to date as part of the self-study
for the New England Associa-
tion of Schools and Colleges Math teacher Sonya Hasan and English teacher Mark Regalbuto work
accreditation visit scheduled on the report for the instruction standard.
for the fall of 2011. leges is a voluntary member- The teachers will continue
“The best part of the day ship organization of more than the self-study throughout the
was watching the collabora- 2,000 public schools, colleges next year in preparation for the
tion among colleagues and the and universities, independent fall 2012 visit.
consensus building that is an schools, and vocational/techni-
important part of this process,” cal and career institutions. Ap-
said Donna Holt, Co-Chair of proximately 650 public schools
the NEASC Steering Commit- throughout New England are All are Welcome to the
tee. “I’m thrilled with how the currently accredited through Delivery Drivers Wanted Holy Week Services at Holy Family Church
day went. Everyone was ac- the Association’s Commission Must Be 18 YRS. or Older
tively involved.” on Public Secondary Schools.
Teachers are assigned to
– Part Time Cashier –
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committees that represent each individual schools to improve
APPLY AT Monday – Wednesday, April 18-20
of the seven standards that will the quality of their programs Mass at 8:15 am
be evaluated by the NEASC at all levels through a process DUXBURY PIZZA
visiting committee. The stan- of self-study, evaluation and 781-934-6568 Wednesday, April 20
dards include core values, follow-up activities. Sacrament of Reconciliation - 6:30 – 8:00 pm
curriculum, instruction, as- “I love the process,” said
sessment, school culture and principal Andrew Stephens. Holy Thursday, April 21
leadership, school resources “It asks us to turn a critical eye Morning Prayer – 8:15 am
for learning, and community to things we do well and also Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper - 7:30 pm
resources for learning. serves as a basis for what we Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will follow
Prior to the professional need to do in the future.”
day teachers collected sample Mass until 10:30 pm,
At the end of the day Kate Our Lady’s Chapel
student work, lesson plans and Donovan, a teacher in the math AFTERNOON TEA
tests that demonstrate the scope department, said, “Many of our
of the work undertaken at the lessons already engage stu- CELEBRATION TEAS Good Friday, April 22
high school. Hundreds of docu- dents and personalize to their Morning Prayer – 8:15 am
ments were sorted by standard, needs. We don’t have to look
LIGHT LUNCH Stations of the Cross – 3:00 pm
then reviewed in committee. hard to find evidence for good WINES, ALE, CORDIALS Solemn Commemoration of the Lord’s
These documents provided the instruction.” Passion – 7:30 pm
opportunity for teachers to see Veteran social stud- Richard & Linda Quigley
what their colleagues in other ies teacher John Fernandes 20 Court Street, Plymouth, MA 02360 Holy Saturday, April 23
departments do. summed up the experience. (508) 747-1221
Morning Prayer – 8:15 am
“You can feel the pride “We are immersed, most of- Easter Vigil Mass - 8:30 pm
and excitement of everyone ten, in our own instruction to
involved,” said Cheryl Lewis, the point of not being able to
Steering Committee Co-Chair- Featuring: Easter Sunday, April 24
see the larger picture. Looking
woman. at the ‘finest’ intermittently is
TREGOTHNAN ESTATE TEAS Masses at 7:00 am, 8:30 am, 10:00 am
(Church and parish center), and Noon.
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 17

Registrations at the Rec Dept.

Mark your calendar with these important summer program
registration dates. Regain strength,
Online registration for Recreation Department programs be- confidence & mobility
gins on Monday, May 9 at 7 p.m. Walk-ins will be accepted be-
ginning May 16 at 8 a.m.
Percy Walker Pool online registration begins Monday, May
9 at 7 p.m. for pool members, May 11 for non-members who are
Duxbury residents, and May 13 for non-residents non-members.
Walk-ins will be accepted beginning May 16 at 8 a.m. at the
Before and After Dark online registration will begin Mon- REHABILITATION &
day, May 2 at 7 p.m. Walk-in/mail-in registration begins Tues- NURSING CENTER
day, May 10 at 9 a.m.
Information on programs offered by these departments will 308 Kings Town Way
be available in mid-April. Duxbury, MA
Create an account by going to
buryrecreation to set up your account, add family members, 781-585-5561
view activities and sign up.
NOTE: You must have an account in order to sign up for
programs within these departments, regardless if you sign up
online or in person. If your child does not fit the age parameters CHOOSE Call today
of the program please call the department for assistance:
Important phone numbers:
Duxbury Rec Dept. 781-934-7034
QUALITY for a Free
Percy Walker Pool: 781-934-2464
Before and After Dark: 781-934-7633
Successful Short-term Brochure & Tour!
Town-wide litter sweep set for May 7
A town-wide litter sweep will be held on Saturday, May 7, • Comprehensive rehabilitation
begining at 7 a.m. Bags can be picked up from 7 a.m.-12 noon at for joint replacement, stroke,
Chandler School, Duxbury High School, and inside the gate at cardiac conditions & diabetes
the transfer station. Participants will be asked to sign their names • Occupational, physical, &
when they pick up bags, and event organizers would also like to speech therapies
know where you plan to pick up. All trash must be dropped off
at one of these three sites by 3 p.m. • Experienced & dedicated
Residents can pick up trash on their own streets or Sum- nursing staff
mer Street/Rt. 53, Lincoln Street, Congress Street and Franklin • Detailed discharge planning for
Street. If you have questions or would like to join the commit- a safe transition home
tee call Mary Gazzola at 781-585-4870 or send her an email at

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18 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Best Buddies annual talent show

The first Mr. Duxbury, Coleman Duggan, (center) sings and dances with David Donavan and Best Buddies
Vice President Christian Spoor. Photos by Karen Wong

Mary McLellan sang the heartfelt “Born This Way.”

Jim Baron played two songs on keyboard.

Sydney King played a piano selection

Performing “Born This Way” are Paige Berry, Katie Allen, Dianna
Carney and Heather Rotman.

Bernadette Farmer and Best Buddies President

Lauren Feeney wowed the crowd with “Dancing

Greg Bray, Jonathon McKinley and Denis Maguire the “Track Men”
sang an original song a capella.
Maddy Clark sang her original song “Boy.”

Everyone loves a “knock,

knock” joke, and Artie Fallon
wrote some good ones.
Elizabeth Murphy and Melissa Cushing danced, sang Patrick McLeod got the evening started with the
and signed “Forget You.” “Star Spangled Banner.” Chris Granger recited “I Am.”
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 19

The saddest bird

By Fahy Bygate, Clipper Columnist
espite the gray skies and chilly winds no one who
is paying attention can deny that spring is creeping
up on us. Red-winged Blackbirds have been back
for weeks, the males coming first to select the best nest-build-
ing sites. Just this past week all the usual early suspects have
been seen. Piping Plovers are set up on Duxbury Beach, right
on time. Killdeers are where they are supposed to be: in the
soccer field behind the Percy Walker Pool. Birders are report-
ing American Woodcocks doing their extraordinary mating
display in meadows and fields at dusk. Look for them at last
light at the Audubon “farm” in
Marshfield. And at dawn this
past weekend, I heard the un-
mistakable spring “song” of the
Mourning Dove.
The moaning call of this
bird is particularly sad and persistent. It has been known to
drive some older women to pound on the bedroom window
screaming. At dawn. I am always amazed when I meet some-
one who is not driven mad by that downward, lonely cooing
sound. Most doves have some sort of sad cooing. The little
Inca Dove of the southwest calls “no hope, no hope.” Some-
times people mistake the early morning call of the Mourning
Dove for an owl.
Mourning Doves are small, dumpy birds about 12 inches
with heads very small relative to the body.  They are fawn-
colored with black spots on their backs and pink feet and legs. 
They have a long pointed tail with large white outer tail feath-
ers.  The crown of the males has a tinge of blue. They forage
around on the ground looking for seeds, then with the help of
a little gravel they sit around digesting. Despite their pudgy
appearance, doves are good fliers and are most beautiful when
in the air.
Males perform a mating ritual by flying up, beating their
wings to make an irresistible (to the females) noise and then
they glide down and dove-like they puff up their chests and
make that horrific cooing sound again. Then, the female builds
a not-so durable nest with materials collected for her by the
male. Sometimes the nest is so flimsy that the eggs have been
known to fall through the cracks. Luckily, doves build nests
close to the ground! She lays two eggs and together they incu- Meet LeNae Richard
bate the eggs. Both males and females feed the resulting young Medical Assistant & Licensed
(squabs). Remarkably, doves, both male and female are able to Esthetician providing:
produce a high-protein digestive liquid called “pigeon milk”
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Send items for the

opinion page to

John & Bobbie Cutler, Founders The Deadline for all

David S. Cutler, Publisher Emeritus letters & commentaries
Josh S. Cutler, Publisher is Monday at noon.
Justin M. Graeber, Editor-in-Chief
What’s Yours? Share your views in our sounding off section

The view from afar ——————————

Phone: 781-934-2811


few things have in place in communities small able to impress my wife with

Katz is one bubbled to the sur-

face from reading
the last couple of months of the
Clipper.  First (and irrespective
and large for the independent
bookstore. Each of us should
pay the extra few dollars every
now and then to patronize them,
my “sailing skills.”) I loved
getting out on the water (and
still do, although it happens all
too infrequently), and Mr. Taft

of the outcome, in my opinion), for those communities’ sake. was a delightful captain.
that “motion to reconsider” ma- And finally, I note with I’m sure that’s part of why
neuver on the Blairhaven vote sympathy the passing of John I think the Duxbury Bay Mari-
was pretty questionable even Taft. His family was a quiet and time School is the greatest thing
by the lofty standards set here valuable part of my upbringing to happen to the town in years,

“Inside The Beltway.” Was a in Duxbury; the kids (from a reconnecting its kids with the
new moderator taken advan- bit older to my own age) wove bay and its place in town his-

tage of? in and out and were always re- tory. I applaud everyone who
Second, It’s interesting to ally nice; and when they all keeps fighting to keep that his-
lthough all of the folks nominated for the note the simultaneous chang- were busy “Mr. Taft” would tory alive and well (the farther
Community Volunteer of the Year award are ing-of-hands both of Westwinds occasionally call me to go sail- away I get, the more vivid it
wonderful people who have given so much to in Duxbury and Politics and ing in a weekend race (primar- becomes).
Prose here in Washington, DC. ily as ballast, I presume, but to Warren Emerson
Duxbury, we can’t think of a more deserving recipient than You’ve got to hope that there’s enough effect that I once was Arlington, Virginia
Harry Katz.
Katz has been one of the
Editorial left the clerk ‘speechless’ ————
most visible faces of the Duxbury
Interfaith Council for years, and has
s you know I am not really feel great. They are re- ney Dangerfield. Thank you for
been a major contributor toward often speechless, sponsible for my salary request your kindness. I have loved this
all the good work done by that but your article on voted on in Article 3 at the An- Town since I was 10 years old
organization. He’s not someone March 30th has left me speech- nual Meeting. and it is a love affair that never
who seeks out the spotlight, but his less, humbled and grateful. It is You may have heard that ends. See I lied, I am not ever
wonderful to know that some Article 3 is where the people speechless.
impact is widely felt around town. people feel that way about me. who elect me set my salary, Nancy Oates
His nominator and compatriot Now if I could convince but it has been hashed over Town Clerk
on the Interfaith Council, Rev. Roy the Finance Committee and the before you get to make a deci-
Tripp, put it best when calling Katz “the conscience of the Board of Selectmen, I would sion. I refer to myself as Rod-
community.” He is truly a peaceful man who works hard to
Thanks for support of tag sale ­——————
make Duxbury a better place to live, and his positive attitude
is infectious. n behalf of the All- you unfamiliar with Crossroads break-down team, and sale vol-
In addition to his work with the council, Katz heads up Sports Tag Sale to for Kids, it is a camp in West unteers, I hope you know this
Duxbury’s No Place for Hate Committee, which has done Benefit Crossroads Duxbury for at-risk youth and event would not happen with-
tremendous work over the past couple of years. It’s tough to for Kids, thanks to the numer- an unbelievably well-run orga- out all of your help and for that
ous Duxbury families who do- nization. I’m truly grateful.
think about an intelligent community like Duxbury being a nated and purchased so many We would also like to Please mark your calen-
place where hate might grow, but we have some (blessedly) terrific sports items, helping us thank the Duxbury Clipper and dars for the same weekend next
rare examples – including the event that spurred the group’s raise over $3,300 which will WATD for their generous pub- year and save your used sports
inception and a racially-motivated beating by a Duxbury pay for two kids to attend camp licity, the Haffey and Vercol- equipment for us to sell.
man a few years ago – which only illustrate the fact that we this coming summer! Every lone families for our location Selden Tearse
donation, large or small, helps fee, and the Senior Center for Chairwoman
can never stop preaching peace and tolerance. Duxbury is a in this town-wide effort for an having the perfect venue. To
better community for having people like Katz in it. excellent cause. For those of our signage and pricing crews,
In addition to Katz’s award, we have to commend the
staff at the Village for honoring the late Joe Shea. Shea Please return rugby shirt ————————
always shunned the limelight during his life – he steadfastly
refused to be nominated for this award, for example o the parents of the sun comes up, freezing air and the wind is hitting them in the
DHS student that water, no buildings to keep you back they can keep warm on
– but there are few people who shared his impact on the stole our daughter’s warm, no heaters and your wait- the water. The name KELTON
community. From his work on access for the disabled to his Varsity DBMS crew blue and ing your turn until your team is is on it. The name is probably
herculean efforts to restore the World War I monument, Shea white rugby shirt a week ago called to represent Duxbury. the hiding behind your daughter’s
changed Duxbury for the better. Friday from her gym basket in town your child lives in. Did ponytail so you just don’t see
Kudos to the Village and all the nominees for another the girls locker room. Yes, your your child work hard for three it.
daughter is smart, she pulled it teams, two girls teams and one If your feeling at all bad
well-run and meaningful event. through the small openings. boys teams. Does she row or about having seen this at your
–– J. Graeber The next time you see this in is she a coxswain? Right, she house or on your child, just re-
your daughter’s laundry, on doesn’t even know what that is, turn it to us, or the school or the
your daughter, in her backpack, she is too busy stealing other gym teacher. We just want it
car or on her bedroom floor, people’s titles! She couldn’t back. Do the right thing. This
Connolly serves the town well
please ask yourself did my handle what these rowers do in letter is for all the parents that
child go erging, rowing, run- a day or she would have tried this has happened to. There’s
s we watched the public servant with common ning to Myles Standish Monu- out for rowing. Guess she more meaning than just a rugby
latest School Com- sense. Maureen is a true leader ment, training at Dragon’s couldn’t handle it. shirt.
mittee meeting, we and someone that those new Lair, lifting, stacking, clean- If you’re wondering why Becky and Glen Vuilleumier
could not help but notice how to town offices ought to study ing and strategizing five days our daughter’s name isn’t on it, West Street
one School Committee mem- under and learn from. With so a week from 3:15 until dark it is, it’s on the collar so when
ber always stands out. Maureen many changes on the horizon every night in a van to Billings
Connolly shows up to every for Duxbury, it’s a relief to Sea in Plymouth for one fall,
meeting with a thorough and
well-researched understand-
know that there are quality peo-
ple in office who recognize that
at DBMS another fall and two What do you think?
summers of heat and a winter
ing of the current issues and a they are there to represent the with Dragon’s Lair. Got an opinion you want to share?
willingness to respectfully lis- will of the people.  Thank you Every Saturday waking up Sound off on this or any other issue.
ten and consider differing opin- Maureen for serving our town at 4:30 a.m. to leave to go to Send your comments to:
ions.  with respect and integrity! Conn., Worcester, New Hamp-
There is no hidden agenda Jennifer and Philip Thorn shire, Merrimack, Lowell, and E-mail:
here, no self-motivated back- Trout Farm Road when you get to these destina- Mail: P.O. Box 1656, Duxbury, MA 02331
room alliances, just a dedicated tions your in the dark until the
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 21

Community volunteer award ceremony

Jim Fagan, the evening’s emcee, and Harry Katz, the volunteer of the
year winner, have been friends for 60 years.

The final nominee of the volun-

teer of year was the entire staff
of the Duxbury Thrift Shop. The
shop was honored for their work
raising scholarship money for
Duxbury High School Students.

Photos by Justin
Emcee Jim Fagan warms up
the crowd by having them wave
their napkins as he makes his
Ninky Savage presents former selectman Betsy Sullivan with her





22 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Easter egg hunt

Kate Federico blows bubbles and her daughter Violet watches as they
float away. The bubbles were given to the children by the Recreation

Pictures with the Easter Bunny were a special bonus of the hunt. Photos by Deni Johnson

Pia quacks at her new friend “ducky.”

Sharon and Steven Studley and Loretta Doyle

were in charge of this amazing event. Hundreds Gray and Harper Capilli pause for a picture and a hug
of children from Duxbury participate every year. after loading up their baskets with colorful eggs.

An up-close look at the Easter Bunny is enjoyed by

Sydney Gage in the arms of her dad, Derek.

Jack Lovecchio finds an egg hidden in the

All set for the hunt are Lauren, Caroline and Jack Sutliffe.

Hoping for the golden egg, Madeline Greenstein

sorts through her eggs. The Girl Scouts filled
every egg full of candy treats. Julianna Lee patiently opens her
eggs for the treats inside. The Aine O’Connell in her Easter fin-
Grace Blackington discovered many eggs with Rec. Dept. did a wonderful job est, opens a golden egg.
the help of her weekend guest Buster Bear. of hiding the eggs.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 23

g D u x
COA golf tourney set for June

U n s un b ury
The Friend of the Duxbury Council on Aging is holding
their 11th annual charity golf tournament at the Duxbury Yacht
Club Golf Course on June 6. We invite all golfers to come and
enjoy this private course. There will be a reception at the Dux-
bury Senior Center with great food, prizes and auction items.
The event will be limited to 120 golfers. Sign up for an included
Name: Paul M. Canty lunch (11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) and tee off is at 1 p.m. Call Jack
Hamilton at 781-934-6003, John Todd at 781-799-5223 or Al-
Department: Inspector den Ringquist at 781-934-2879.
Title: Wiring Inspector
How long have you
worked for the town? 25
years. I was hired in 1986.
What did you do before
working here? I was the
foreman for Donovan Elec-
tric Co.
What do you like most
about your job? The people
I’ve worked with and inspect-
What’s the biggest chal-
lenge? The no-name storm,
when I had to shut down Gur-
Paul Canty recently retired as wiring inspector.
net Road.
vorite book or movie. Any People who have known
John Wayne movie. He was Paul throughout the many
my hero. years of service to the town
Paul would agree his ingratiating
canty Comments from nomi-
personality has brought him
nating person: “Paul Canty
Unsung Duxbury many friends. Among Paul’s
retired from the position of
April 2011 many friends, whether a co-
wiring inspector on March 25.
worker or contractor, every-
Along with his regular duties
one enjoyed his humor and
over the past 25 years as an
talent for storytelling.
Where do you live: Dux- inspector, he was called upon
The Inspectional Services
bury numerous times in the middle
Department extends our best
of the night and weekends
wishes to Paul and his wife, ANN O’CONNOR, RN BSN CHRISTAL TRUMBO, RN BSN
What do you like to do in to respond to fires or other
your free time? Spend time Maureen, for a long and hap- Cell: 781-706-9948 Cell: 617-416-5423
emergency situations. He was
with my three granddaugh- py retirement.”
a reliable, dedicated worker
ters, aged 2, 4 and 6. – Scott Lambiase
that accomplished his work in
Director of Inspectional
a commendable manner.
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Alden Kindred to honor four local women with


‘Speak for Thyself’ award THINKING ABOU T IT?

The Alden Kindred of Dubois of Kingston, Donna Historic Site, 105 Alden
America is excited to honor Green of Marshfield, and Em- Street. For more information
four local women with its fifth ily Zoltowski and Paula Har- about the award and sponsor-
“Speak for Thyself” Award ris of Duxbury. These four ship opportunities to thank
on May 20 at the Duxbury women have left an indelible and recognize these women
Senior Center. mark on our local communi- and to help preserve the Na-
The “Speak for Thyself” ties through their involve- tional Historic Landmark Al-
Award honors exceptional ment with numerous charities den House, contact Matt at
women who, in the spirit of and organizations. the Alden Kindred of Amer-
Priscilla Mullins, make their Tickets for this popular ica by calling 781-934-9092
own choices. This year’s dinner are $75 and may be or e-mailing aldenhouse@
award winners are Pine purchased at the Alden House HOME IMPROVEMENTS & REPAIRS


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Holy Week 2011 - Schedule of Services
Sunday, April 17: Palm Sunday - Holy Eucharist, 8 & 10 am
Thursday, April 21: Maundy Thursday
A joyous procession - Holy
reenacting Eucharist,
Jesus’ 7:30into
triumphant entry pm Jerusalem
Join us forthethis
will begin dramatic
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Mon, Tues & Wed Taize Eucharist, 7:30 pm

Friday, April 22: Good Friday - Services at 12 noon and 7:30 pm
April 18-20: This short, half-hour service blends the sacrament with the soothing
Come and experience the dignity and solemnity of this service.
music of Taize.

Easter Brunch Buffet Saturday, AprilApril

23: 21: Great Easter Vigil, 5:00Eucharist,
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7:30 pm
celebrate of this
Join us as our youth tell the
Eucharist of Easter!
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24 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A life-or-death taxi ride

By Alexandra Hallowell
Special to the Clipper Brian Molisse
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curious what my blog or Twit-

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refers to. A dolmuş, (pro- 18 Snow Road, Marshfield

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explained as a “shared taxi,” Phone: 781-331-3900
but I rarely find this explana-
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correct. Dolmuşes are perhaps
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rarely come to a complete halt. without being intrusive, and senger is taken advantage of;
They slow to a rolling “stop” it’s been one of my favorite they also offer reduced student
Helping Our Clients to Make Good Decisions Since 1967
where passengers can jump on ways of peering quietly into prices that equal the city’s dis-
or off as needed. In Turkey all Turkish life. counts. When a new commu- Home, Auto, Business, Marine, Life
one need do is nod your head Now, this is Turkey, so nity is built, you can be sure an
at an oncoming dolmuş, the there are no published dolmuş industrious dolmuş driver will
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the highway where you quick- ic stops. Typically these busses to the neighborhood.
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ly jump on, offer him your fare
crop up in neighborhoods that I love dolmuşes and while Ph 781.934.6500 ext. 14 fax 781.934.5012
(usually about $0.60) and try are poorly served by the city they are terrifying, with the
to find a seat. When you arrive bus or run routes connecting driver simultaneously smok-
at your destination you yell neighborhoods otherwise left ing a cigarette, chatting on
out “Inecek var!” something

isolated by public transporta- his phone and attempting to

roughly translating to “I’m tion. And, while it is frustrat- down-shift at an upcoming red
getting off!” where the driver ing to figure out exactly where light, I think it might be in my

swerves to the side of the road, they run, it’s a highly logical top five favorite things about
throws the engine into neutral system that has materialized this country. I’m still trying to
while you jump off, hopefully out of organic community need figure out how to export the
landing on your feet. and often offers passengers a concept to the US, but in the
Some dolmuş drivers take legitimate, quality alternative meantime I sightsee and im-
great pride in their vehicles,
to the typically over-laden city prove my Turkish while high
installing colored lights (blue busses. on a rush of adrenaline. 40 INDEPENDENCE ROAD • KINGSTON
seems to be a favorite), recov- Dolmuşes may not ap- Alexandra Hallowell is (Rte 53 near Duxbury/Kingston Line)
ering the seats in festive fabrics, pear to be ideal modes of a 2005 DHS graduate and is 781-422-0131
or the steering wheel and pas- transportation, but they are a currently a Fulbright English
senger handrails in faux-wood fascinating example of entre- Teaching Fellow in Tekirdağ,
finishes, while others turn it preneurship and community Turkey. She will be sharing her
into a shrine for their favorite engagement. Typically run by experiences here in the Clip-
soccer teams. Others follow a a cooperative-esque group of
simpler motif and only include
per and you can follow her on SUMMER BREAK
individuals, these businessmen Twitter at @deathbydolmus or CLASSES AVAILABLE!
prayers of safety (Bismillahir- organize themselves accord- on her blog at deathbydolmus.
rahmanirrahim is a popular ing to routes, often coloring
one), or sometimes sticker de-

Find your place in Duxbury history

ocal residents can their owners. There will also Duxbury’s history. Often this
be a part of Dux- be a video area where indi- time period is overlooked as
bury history by con- viduals will have the option being too recent to be consid-
tributing family photos to a to tell a brief story about their ered history, but we recognize
digital collection documenting photos on camera. All scanned that it is important to collect
local history. This event will images will become part of the first-person accounts of the
be hosted in collaboration with the Drew Archival Library, lo- people who lived during this
the Duxbury Rural and His- cated at 147 St. George Street, time period to provide future
torical Society in the attempt Duxbury. residents with an accurate his-
to tell the story of Duxbury Duxbury Through Film is torical account. Using the pho-
through family photographs a collaboration between three tographs, information, and vid-
and stories. Duxbury High School seniors eo footage collected during the
On April 30, current and and the Duxbury Rural and event, we will consolidate this
former residents of Duxbury Historical Society. Together information into a short film,
are invited to bring to the with local volunteers, we hope to be made available through
event three to five photos that to create a comprehensive the Drew Archival Library, the
represent themselves, their photographic collection which Duxbury Free Library, and the
families and/or their commu- will cover the last century of Duxbury High School.
nity, whether very recently or
generations ago. Any photos
are welcome: family reunions,
Pawsox pass
special occasions, snapshots, The Duxbury Free Library is excited to announce a new
candids, weddings, military discounted pass for Duxbury families to enjoy McCoy Stadi-
service, etc. Old or new— um and the Pawtucket Red Sox Baseball Club! Although some
unframed originals preferred. dates are excluded from availability, the pass allows general
Pictures can be brought to the admission of up to six people for many home games for a flat
Village at Duxbury, 290 Kings rate of $18 up to a 57 percent savings over box office prices.
Town Way, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. General admission is first come, first serve seating.
The photos will be scanned A valid adult library card is needed to reserve the pass. For
onsite, and the originals will more information, call the library at 934-2721, x108.
be immediately returned to
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 25

Senior Center news ‘Cooks and Books’

at the library
Legislative Breakfast. Friday, April 22 at 8:30 a.m. Break-
Looking for something
fast and meet local representatives at the State House. Reserva-
to do during school vacation
tions are required for this breakfast event but there is no charge. week? “Kidz cooking with
Call the front desk at 781-934-5774, ext 100. Miss Debbie” will present a
Men’s Breakfast. Wednesday, April 27 at 8:30 a.m. Break- special cooking class at the
fast and a fascinating discussion led by Mark Schmidt, Director Duxbury Free Library for
of the Winslow House. Please make reservations in advance by children in grades 3-5 on
calling the front desk at 781-934-5774, ext 100. Cost for break- Thursday, April 21, at 10:30
fast is $4. a.m. In honor of Earth day,
Miss Debbie will stress the
Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs. The Duxbury importance of using local
Board of Health, DPW, Duxbury Police Department and Drug produce. The kids will make
Enforcement Administration are providing an opportunity to maple syrup cookies, using
dispose of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted some of those local ingre-
prescription drugs. You can drop off medications for disposal dients. Register online at
at the Duxbury Fire Department, 668 Tremont St., on April 30 www.duxburyfreelibrary.
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. org, click calendar, or call
781-934-2721, x115, or
Wisdom Works. 55 Plus and Looking for Work? Then we visit the children’s reference
are looking for you! The Duxbury Council on Aging (COA) desk.
invites you to Wisdom Works, an employment program that fo-
cuses on assisting older job seekers. Wisdom Works is a four
week workshop, developed by Keystone Associates, a premier
outplacement firm in Burlington, and facilitated by volunteer
Human Resources Professionals. Workshop topics will include
skills assessment, resume and cover letter development, inter-
viewing and learning how to navigate the internet to research 7)%-%9%2$%.4)3429
jobs. Each session will be held at the Duxbury Senior Center and
there will be a $5 registration fee to cover the cost of materials.
We are currently seeking interested participants for the work- !T7IEMEYER$ENTISTRYWEPROVIDETHEMOST
shop beginning in May, 2011. Please contact Angela Sinnott at ADVANCED STATE OF THE ARTDENTALCARE
781-934-5774, ext. 115 or by e-mail, angelasinnott@duxbury- AVAILABLE/URPERSONALIZEDGENTLECAREAND for more information. ATTENTIONTODETAILAREWHYOURPATIENTSALWAYS

Bring Your Own Bags (BYOBs). A trip to the hospital can RECOMMENDTHEIRFAMILYANDFRIENDSTOUS

be stressful but being prepared for the possibility may make the
experience a bit less worrisome. The Duxbury Senior Center is 42%-/.4342%%4 35)4% $58"529-!

helping seniors to be prepared in the event of an unexpected or &).!.#).'!6!),!",%

even planned trip to the hospital. The Senior Center Outreach

Program is offering a free “Bring Your Own Bags” (BYOBs)
on a first come, first served basis. Seniors will receive a free
carry bag with emergency preparedness items, such as a “File of
Life”, educational materials and a “suggested items” list of what 
to bring to the hospital. Seniors wishing to receive a complimen- 7 ) % - % 9 % 2 $ % . 4 ) 3 4 2 9 # / -
tary BYOB may contact the Outreach Department to schedule
an introductory office or home visit at 781-934-5774, ext. 105
or 106.

Family film night at the library

Andy is all grown up now and ready for college. Woody
and the gang think they are going up to the attic. But they are
mistakenly sent to a daycare center and their new adventure
begins! Come and watch the fun on the big screen at the Dux-
A Great Advertising
bury Free Library on Wednesday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. All
ages are welcome with a registered adult. Register online at Opportunity, click calendar, or call 781-934-2721,
x115, or visit the children’s reference desk. Wheelchair ac-
cessible and special needs-friendly environment. Snacks are
permitted. Licensing prohibits listing the title but it’s avail-
able on the print calendar in the children’s department or by GRADUATION ISSUE
contacting children’s staff.

Duxbury Interfaith Council spring

basket project underway
The Outreach Committee of the Duxbury Interfaith Council
is making plans for the Spring Holiday Basket Project to benefit
our less fortunate neighbors. The council is turning to the com- STUDENTS AND PARENTS WILL TREASURE
munity once again for help and contributions. THIS SPECIAL KEEPSAKE EDITION.
How can you help? By donating food items (canned goods,
packaged dessert mixes and/or baked goodies), monetary con-

tributions, or help with basket assembly.

Where and when? Basket assembly will take place on 26"35&31"(&t)"-'1"(&t'6--1"(&
Wednesday, April 20 from 9-12 p.m. We also need assistance 41&$*"-i$0/(3"56-"5*0/4w"%4'031"3&/540'$-"440'
loading baskets into cars on Wednesday, April 20 from 12-5 frequency rates apply
p.m. Monetary contributions may be made payable to Duxbury $"--&95'03.03&*/'07*4*5$-*11&38&#4*5&
Interfaith Council, and mailed to PO Box 1161, Duxbury, MA 03&."*-"%4!$-*11&313&44$0.
Help is needed now more than ever in this difficult econom-
ic time. There are approximately 110 families who are in need.
Any contribution of time or money is greatly appreciated. For
more information, please call the council at 781-934-8388 or
visit our Web site at
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Duxbury School Calendar

Monday April 25
Chandler School council 4 p.m. Rm. 303
Wednesday April 27
DHS school council 5 p.m. Rm. 106
Send School news & Photos to
Thursday April 28
DHS ensemble groups concert 7:30 p.m. PAC the Deadline is Monday at noon.
Wednesday May 4
DMS School Council 4 p.m. DMS Library
DHS School Council 5 p.m. DHS Room 106
School Committee 7 p.m. Alden Room 104
Thursday May 5
Social Host program PAC 7:30 p.m.
Chandler students make paper
Saturday May 7
Duxbury Idol 7 p.m.
Monday May 9
cranes for Japan relief
By Hazel R. Donoghue
Alden School council 3:45 p.m. Special to the Clipper
Chandler School Council 4 p.m.
The earthquake and tsuna-
mi in Japan got some teachers
School Lunch Menu at Chandler asking the ques-
tion –– How could our students
Week of April 25-29 at Chandler School help the
DHS children in Japan? After some
brainstorming and research
Monday: Buffalo chicken tender
with teachers and administra-
sub, oven baked potato wedges,
tors, Mrs. Doyle, Chandler
seasoned peas, chocolate pudding
Spanish teacher, discovered
with topping.
that OSHKOSH was sponsor-
Tuesday: Cheesy macaroni, carrot ing the Cranes for Kids pro-
fries, whole wheat pretzel, warm gram.
cinnamon spiced apples. For every crane we make,
Wednesday: Italian pasta bar, OSHKOSH will send an article
choice of marinara, Italian meat or of clothing to the children of
alfredo sauce. Japan. Why cranes you might
ask? In the culture of Japan,
Thursday: Mom’s mashed potato
cranes symbolize health and
bowl, popcorn chicken, mashed
well wishes. It is believed in Ja-
potatoes and gravy, seasoned corn,
pan that for every 1,000 origa-
whole wheat breadstick.
mi cranes received a wish can
Friday: Turkey and gravy over be granted. With that thought
mashed potatoes, seasoned peas, in mind, Mrs. Doyle and Mrs.
cranberry sauce, apple crisp. Caffrey, Chandler art teacher,
All lunches served with choice of milk. undertook the task of teaching
the students to make a paper
Cold fruit and vegetable bar, fresh food grab-n-go specials daily. crane during Art and Spanish
classes throughout the week of
DMS April 11-15. The crane making
Monday: Pizza burger on a whole wheat bun, romaine lettuce and to- was optional for pre-school
mato, macaroni salad, chilled peaches. and kindergarten classes. The
end result was nearly 1,000 Chandler students display the paper cranes they have been folding
Tuesday: Cheesy macaroni, carrot fries, whole wheat pretzel, warm cin- in support of the children of Japan. Oshkosh will donate a piece of
namon spiced apples. paper cranes made by Chan-
children’s clothing for every crane.
dler students. These cranes
Wednesday: Italian pasta bar, choice of marinara, Italian meat or alfredo OSHKOSH store by April 25. ing a difference in the lives of
mean that almost 1,000 pieces
sauce. It was a tremendous sight to the children of Japan.
of clothing will be donated to
Thursday: Mom’s mashed potato bowl, popcorn chicken, mashed pota- Japanese children. The paper see the children reaching the to
toes and gravy, seasoned corn, whole wheat breadstick. cranes will be delivered to the our global neighbors and mak-
Friday: Turkey and gravy over mashed potatoes, seasoned peas, cran-
berry sauce, apple crisp.
Sponsors needed for campus clean up
All lunches served with choice of milk.
Cold fruit and vegetable bar, fresh food grab-n-go specials daily. MS’ School Im- following: help in making this even big-
provement Club Gift certificates or do- ger and better than last year’s
Alden and Chandler Schools is organizing nated items for prizes and a successful event. Please con-
Monday: Oven baked popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, our second annual Campus 50/50 raffle: tact Alexis Lanzillotta at A_
corn, dinner roll, pears. Clean-Up, scheduled for Lunch, breakfast, or Lanzillotta@duxbury.k12.
Tuesday, May 17. The group snacks for winning teams: or Amy Squillante at
Tuesday: Mexican taco meat in a soft flour tortilla with lettuce, tomato would like to involve the Food, beverages, or any A_Squillante@duxbury.k12.
and shredded cheese, refried beans, apple. community and is asking lo- other products to sell at the to help out.
Wednesday: Pasta marinara with cheese pizza sticks, seasoned green cal businesses to sponsor the event for fundraising.
beans, diced peaches. event by providing any of the The club appreciates any
Thursday: Hamburger or cheeseburger on a whole wheat bun, vegetable
pasta salad, rosy applesauce.
Friday: Whole grain chicken nuggets, oven baked potato wedges, sea-
soned green beans, chilled apricots.
Assorted fruit and veggie selection daily.
All lunches served with choice of milk.

Early Learning & Friendships

Michelle Manganaro, M.Ed., Ph.D

781-934-8145 x201


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Duxbury police log Officer closed roadway for pas-

2:28 p.m. Deceased four-foot- sage. Tree department notified REPRESENTING CLIENTS AND INVESTMENT PROFESSIONALS
long dolphin found on dock on and removed. PETER M. BIZINKAUSKAS. ESQ.
Wirt Way. Animal control noti- 4:55 p.m. Caller on Congress 85 SAMOSET STREET PLYMOUTH MA
fied. Street reported tree down on
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4:26 p.m. Party transported to 11:00 a.m. State police reported wires. Comcast, Verizon and FORMER JUDGE ADVOCATE UNITED STATES MARINES
Jordan Hospital for possible over- possible weapon shown from mo- NStar notified.
dose. tor vehicle on Congress Street. 6:56 p.m. Caller reported party
Area search negative in Duxbury. talking about suicide. Transport-
Marshfield police located vehicle. ed to hospital.
Friday April 8 Kid with toy gun.
11:46 a.m. Caller on Clearwa- 7:22 p.m. Caller reported verbal
ter Drive reported low hanging 10:03 p.m. Caller on Howland’s argument with unwanted guest.
wires. Comcast notified. Landing reported sliding door Requested no trespass order.
was found half way open. Report
2:41 p.m. Minor motor vehicle done. 7:48 p.m. Female on Tremont
accident on Standish Street. Street arrested on warrant.
3:10 p.m. Motor vehicle crash on Monday April 11 10:02 p.m. Domestic call on
Tremont Street. Vehicle towed, 4:21 a.m. 911 hang up from cell- Priscilla Lane.
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no injuries. phone. Officer reported party fell
6:29 p.m. Report of kids con- out of chair. Assisted back into
10:11 p.m. Caller on Chestnut
Street reported someone at his
gregating in empty lot off Gurnet chair. door. Area search negative. 390 Washington Street Duxbury by the Sea • Dinners nightly at 5:00 pm Closed Sundays
Road. Area search negative. 8:30 a.m. Complaint of large,

10:56 p.m. Caller reported two 18 wheel trucks using Franklin
suspicious males hanging around Street. Patrols notified.
ball field on Alden Street. Area 9:08 a.m. Report of vehicle
search negative. speeding on South Station Street.
11:25 p.m. Caller reported two Patrol notified. We have a great selection of
suspicious males hanging around 9:38 a.m. Warrant arrest on
high school lot on St. George
Street. Area search negative.
Temple Street. Female charged plants for Easter
with larceny under $250, identity
fraud, and check forgery. Beautiful Easter Lilies
Saturday April 9 12:00 p.m. Larceny reported on Hydrangeas
7:31 a.m. Caller on Otter Rock Temple Street. Tulips
Road reported suspicious sign on
mailbox. 6:55 p.m. Caller on Hill Top
Lane reported ongoing problem Daffodils
9:32 a.m. Caller on Tremont of neighbor swearing at him. Re- Open Easter Sunday 9-2
Street reported finding mailbox port filed.
on his property with mail belong- -Just Arrived-
ing to party on Priscilla Avenue. Flowering Tropical Plants
Officer delivered to owner. Tuesday April 12 1/14/11 8:25 AM Page 3

4:30 p.m. Officer reported goats

5:26 p.m. Kingston Police re- in road on Summer Street. Ani- Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8-5
port erratic operator on Route 53. mal control officer notified. Sun. 9-2
Spoken to. 24%s(!.3/.s  
4:58 p.m. Caller on West Street MILENORTHOF3HAWS
10:38 p.m. Caller on Washing- reported possible heart attack.
ton Street reported front door Ambulance transported to South
smashed. Shore Hospital.

Sunday April 10 Wednesday April 13

12:24 a.m. Sergeant reported 10:10 a.m. Minor motor vehicle
An Assisted
suspicious person walking around
building on Summer Street. Told
crash on Congress Street. No in- Living
to go home. Memory Care
10:46 a.m. Caller on Mayflower
12:51 a.m. Officer to trans- Lane reported tree down on wires. Program
port two teens home from Amos Verizon and NStar notified and
Sampson Lane. Parents spoken officer to stand by. Where Residents:
11:03 a.m. Caller on Cross • Engage the 5 senses
12:45 p.m. Caller on Bayridge Street reported tree down on
Road reported past larceny. wires and blocking lane of travel. • Enjoy a new level of

Peace of Mind
• Participate in events the
Adult softball league forming whole family can enjoy

Interested in playing some softball? We are putting to- for Residents & Their Families &
gether an adult co-ed (age 15+) fun, competitive league. If
you’d like to play,  please send an email to bill@aspirefor.
com or call Bill Farquharson at 781-934-7036 for more in-
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Winning isn’t just for Charlie

By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor
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right person to lead a team that LEADING BY EXAMPLE: BU-bound senior Siobhan McCarthy will lead a group of seniors that first
last won the state title in 2007 year Coach Kelly Jurgens expects will take the Lady Dragons deep in the tournament. Photo by Jim Tarbox
under former Coach Sue Paul. the ability to fix anything,” said tough times, it’s talent that will tive around the crease.
Duxbury Now Has FiOS
While a tough opening Duxbury’s first-year coach. win most of the games and the Jurgens expects big things Do You?
loss to Wellesley (12-8) put a So far nothing looks bro- Lady Dragons have it. Jurgens from her midfielders because
damper on the start of her DHS ken, but the next two games will have Gould and McCa- she considers all her starters
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coaching career, three blow- should give Jurgens a much rthy starting up front, where offensive threats.
out wins over North Quincy better assessment of her team, they are joined by sophomore “McCarthy can go from
(15-0), Pembroke (17-2), and who she feels will be led by a Hannah Murphy, who brings good to great,” says her coach.
Hanover (16-3) were good great senior class that includes her hockey scoring touch to “She has an incredible work
warm-ups for the Westborough captains: BU-bound Siobhan the table, and classmate Chris- ethic and battles for every-
and Westwood teams that the McCarthy, Columbia-bound tina Balzotti. thing. She is an unsung hero KINGSTON • 781-585-0003
Lady Dragons will face in the Charlotte Cipolletti and Stone- “Hannah has a strong shot because she does everything,
next five days. hill-bound Keri Gould. and can certainly find the back as well as score and defend.” Kingsbury Plaza
Jurgens is ready to take “All of these kids are great of the net, while Balzotti is a In a game where speed is
on the iron when it comes to leaders and they want to carry very smart playmaker with paramount, the Lady Dragons
the rest of her 2011 schedule this team on their shoulders,” good field sense and a great have theirs in junior Molly Za-
that includes games with Lon- Jurgens said. shot as well.” verucha.
donderry, a NH power, Hing- Added to this trio of senior While youth will play a “Nobody can catch her,”
ham, Weston, Scituate, Hop- veterans are seniors Olivia major role for the Duxbury of- said Jurgens. “She’s quick,
kinton and Norwell. McCarthy, Devan Bahr, Jenna fense, steady and dependable fast, and really helps our tran-
“I’m a very optimistic per- Cusick, Stephanie Lenhardt seniors Gould and McCarthy sition game.”
son, and if we find there are and Sara Varano. provide excellent one-on-one Junior Emily Horton
things that are wrong with this
team, we have the talent and
While leadership can cer- ability in the offensive zone, rounds out the midfield with
tainly carry a team through with Gould especially effec- continued on page 4

Nature Deficit Disorder: Send a kid to camp between Nature and American citizens

By Bruce Barrett, Clipper Columnist We Now Accept Credit Cards – from farmers to townspeople. She 781-826-1601
ver a century ago an agri- contended that personal, experiential
cultural depression drove learning about natural cycles could
destitute rural families into
New York City. Concerned philanthro- WHAT’S GOING
restore the needed balance of nature,
refresh the minds and bodies of the
pupils (and teachers), and repair the
pists asked, “What is the matter with ON HERE? L.L.C.
the land of New York State that it can- wounded agricultural environment. NEW HOMES
son plans for rural elementary school In 2005, Richard Louv published
not support its own population?” Anna RENOVATIONS
teachers to use to remedy the underly- “Last Child in the Woods: saving our
Botsford Comstock told the story in the ADDITIONS
ing problem: farms, forests, the whole children from nature-deficit disorder.”
preface to her ground-breaking 1911 CUSTOM INTERIOR FINISHES
rural environment had been stripped of Nature Deficit Disorder (he coined the
book, “Handbook of Nature Study,”
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2 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Religious Send church listings to Friday April 29
Friday Night Entertainment. From 9
or fax to 781-934-5917.
p.m.-12:30 a.m., at the Winsor House

services the Deadline

is Friday at noon.
on Washington Street, featuring Sean
McLaughlin, Irish folk guitarist and

C l i pp e r
Easter Sunday Celebration April A cal Skate Show Camp. Fridays,
First Baptist 24 at 10 a.m. e
Du x b u n d a r f o r 6:30-7:30 p.m. starting April 29 at
Hobomock Arena. Show off the
me e t r y e ve n t s
C ommu n i t y
i , skills you’ve been learning with a
c o u rs ng s, c l a s s
Dr. Kevin Cassidy St. John the choreographed show at the end of
e s, w e s, this eight week camp. $100. Call
p l ays o r k sh o p s,
C a le n d a r
Pastor Brent Van Wyke
Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Evangelist Episcopal , Pilgrim Skating Club for more
with Adult and Youth Bible Fel- and v dance s information at 781-294-7575 or visit
lowships following. Childcare 781-934-6523 o pp o r l u n te e r
is provided during the morning Sunday services 8 a.m. and t uni t
service with age appropriate
ie s !
10 a.m. Sunday school at 10
classes for young children. First a.m. Wednesday: Men’s Bible
Saturday April 30
Baptist offers many opportuni- study 6:30 a.m., Coffee and con- Turn in unwanted and expired
ties for youth, men and women. versation 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist prescription drugs. From 10 a.m.-2
Check the Web site for details with healing 10 a.m., Adult Ed p.m. the Duxbury Board of Health,
or call the office today. Good 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Children’s
le n d a r i t e ms by DPW, Duxbury Police Department
and the Drug Enforcement
Shepherd Christian Academy
is a ministry of First Baptist
choir rehearsal 6 p.m., Youth
choir rehearsal at 7 p.m. Thurs-
Se nd c a o e ve n t s@ Administration (DEA) the public may
r id a y t
Church. day: Adult choir rehearsal 7 no on F s s .c om . s.
rid their homes of expired, unused,
and unwanted prescription drugs.
p.m. Friday: AA meeting at
cli p p e r p r e Bring medications for disposal to
7:30 p.m. Yard sale, May 7. sp ace av a il
a ble b asi
ish ed on a even ts . Duxbury Fire Department at 668
Holy Family Church Ca le n da r it
ems a re publ erci a l Dux bu ry-b ase d
is fo r n on-c
om m Tremont St. The service is free and Preference anonymous, no questions asked.
Rev. Robert J. Deehan First Parish Church Campus of Caring Dinner and
Rev. Seán Maher Auction Gala. Saturday, April 30,
781-934-5055 Rev. Catherine Cullen 6 p.m., Indian Pond Country Club in
Weekend Mass: Saturday, 781-934-6532 Kingston. To benefit the construction
5 p.m., Sunday, 7 a.m., 8:30 Sunday Worship Service of a non-profit hospice home on the
a.m. (family Mass), 10 a.m. and and Church School at 10:30 a.m. South Shore. Ticket price, $100 per
11:30 a.m. Babysitting available Buddhist meditation, Sundays at Thursday April 21 Monday April 25 person, and may be purchased on-
at the 8:30 and 10 a.m. Masses. 7 p.m. Thursdays, book group Free Movie Matinee. At 1 p.m. at line at or via
Co-ed Hockey Cutting and Edging
The rosary is prayed after daily at 9 a.m., sewing group at 10 the Duxbury Senior Center. This Clinic. Monday nights starting April mail with check payment to: Campus
Mass. Adoration of the Blessed a.m. April 21, Maundy Thurs- week’s feature is The Fighter (2010, 25, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Hobomock of Caring, PO Box 323 Norwell, MA
Sacrament, Fridays at 9 a.m. day service at 6:30 p.m. April R). Arena. For ages 6 and up. No sticks 02061 Attn: Gala tickets. Tickets
Daytime bible study, Thursdays 24, Easter Sunrise Service 5:39 or pucks, strictly skating skills. Eight will not be sold at the door. For more
at 9:30 a.m. Evening prayer a.m. at Duxbury Beach, Fellow- Cooks and Books at the Library. A weeks for $100. Call Pilgrim Skating information, call 781-659-2634  or
group Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. ship Easter Breakfast 9-10:15 special cooking class at the Duxbury Club for more information at 781- e-mail
Men’s prayer group Fridays at a.m. and Worship/egg hunt at Free Library for children in grades 294-7575 or visit pilgrimskatingclub.
3-5 at 10:30 a.m. The kids will make Learn to Skate Program. Spring
6:45 a.m. Solemn Commemo- 10:30 a.m. com. session starts, 11:20 a.m. -12:10
ration of the Lord’s Passion, Fri- maple syrup cookies, using some
local ingredients. Register online p.m. offered by Pilgrim Skating
day April 22 at 7:30 p.m. Easter Club located at Hobomock Arenas in
vigil, Saturday April 23 at 8:30
St. Paul’s Church of
at, click
calendar, or call 781-934-2721, x115,
Tuesday April 26 Pembroke.  The  eight-week session
p.m., Easter Sunday masses, 7 costs $150. Helmets are mandatory.
a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., and 12 or visit the children’s reference desk. MamaSteph Concert. From 10:30-
the Nazarene 11:30 a.m. in the Merry Room An additional $15 annual registration
Opening of the Bay Volunteer of the Duxbury Free Library. An fee will be paid to US Figure Skating Meeting. If you would like to interactive musical presentation for membership through the Pilgrim
Rev. David Troxler volunteer for Opening of the Bay our youngest patrons.  Tickets (free) Skating Club.  Call Pilgrim Skating
781-585-3419 there will be a brainstorming Club for more information at 781-
Pilgrim Church Sunday worship, 11 a.m., meeting at DBMS at 5:30 p.m. with
are required and may be picked up at
the children’s reference desk.  Adults 294-7575 or visit pilgrimskatingclub. Bible Quiz practice at 9 a.m., refreshments. Anyone welcome. com.
Sunday school classes and Bible must be registered too.
Rev. Todd Vetter, Senior Pastor
Rev. Eloise Parks, Assoc. Pastor study, 9:45 a.m. No classes Eas- Evening Caregiver Support Group. Free Independent Film. At 1 p.m. Learn to Curl. Hosted by the South
781-934-6591 ter Sunday. Nursery is provided In collaboration with the Norwell at the Duxbury Senior Center. This Shore Curling Club in Bridgewater
Sunday Worship Service at for all services. Fridays, Sacred VNA and Hospice, Inc., meets from week’s feature is “The Yellow on Saturday, April 30 and again
10 a.m. Church office hours, Youth Ministry at the teen center 6:30-8 p.m. at the Duxbury Senior Handkerchief” (2008, PG-13). Sunday, May 1 from 2-5 p.m. at the
Monday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Tues- at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays, women’s Center. Contact Joan Wright, Norwell Bridgewater Ice Arena on Route 18 in
Bible Study at 6:30 p.m. April VNA, at 781-659-2342 for additional Bridgewater.  The cost is $35 for the
day-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
information. three hour session and all equipment
Pilgrim childcare and preschool, 23, Children’s Easter Party, Pre-
school through age five, 10 a.m.
Wednesday April 27 is provided.  Attendees should wear
Monday-Friday, 7 a.m-6 p.m. soft soled sneakers, such as Nike’s. 
April 24, Easter Sunrise service Men’s Breakfast. Wednesday,
Tuesdays evening, ladies Bible
study at 7 p.m. Wednesdays, at 6:15 a.m. Friday April 22 April 27 at 8:30 a.m. Breakfast and Sign up online at southshorecurling.
discussion led by Mark Schmidt, com or call 508-715-4355.  For more
Bible study at 10 a.m., and “Un- Legislative Breakfast. At 8:30 a.m. Director of the Winslow House. information, email the club at info@
binding the Gospel” study at at the Duxbury Senior Center, hear Make reservations in advance by 
7:30 p.m. Easter sunrise service, from our local representatives at
5:45 a.m. at the beach. Easter
First Church of the State House. Reservations are
calling the Duxbury Senior Center
Good Shepherd Christian Academy
front desk at 781-934-5774, ext 100.
Sunday Worship services, 9 a.m. Christ, Scientist required for this breakfast event but
there is no charge. Call the Duxbury
Cost for breakfast is $4.
Open House. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Good Shepherd Christian Academy is
and 11 a.m. Maundy Thursday
service, April 21 at 7:30 p.m.
781-934-6434 Senior Center front desk at 781-934- Learn to Skate Program. Spring located at 2 Tremont St. (at the First
Sunday worship service and 5774, ext 100. Baptist Church of Duxbury). For more
Prayer vigil, Good Friday, April session starts, 5:35-6:30 p.m.
Sunday School for Ages 3-20, offered by Pilgrim Skating Club information, call 781-934-6007, visit
22, from 1-3 p.m. 10:30 a.m. Mid-week testimony Friday Night Entertainment. From 9 located at Hobomock Arenas in
meeting on Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m., at the Winsor House Pembroke.  The 8 week session costs or e-mail
p.m. Christian Science Reading on Washington Street, featuring Sean $150. Helmets are mandatory. An
United Methodist Room open to all, 15 Standish St. McLaughlin, Irish folk guitarist and additional $15 annual registration
Halls Corner, Tuesday through vocalist. fee will be paid to US Figure Skating Sunday May 1
Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. membership through the Pilgrim
Rev. Dr. Alex K. Musoke
Christian Science Sentinel Skating Club.  Call Pilgrim Skating Duxbury Democrats pot luck.
Office hours are Monday-
Radio on WATD 95.9 FM Sun- Saturday April 23 Club for more information at 781- Duxbury Democratic Town
day mornings at 9 a.m. 294-7575 or visit pilgrimskatingclub. Committee is holding a pot luck
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 Skating Show. Icycles, 2011, at the home of Martha and Wayne
“Skating with Glee” at Hobomock com.
p.m. Sunday worship service Dennison, 320 Standish Shore Dr.,
and Sunday school, 10 a.m., fol- Arena in Pembroke, 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on May 1. Bring a dish to share,
Journey featuring outstanding local skaters, beer and wine provided. For more
lowed by fellowship, adult choir
rehearsal, 8:45 a.m. with coffee Cape Cod Ice Theater teams, and Thursday April 28 information or to RSVP, call Tina
hour following. Third Friday of Community of Faith Regional medalist, Olivia Gibbons. DHS Spring Ensemble Concert. Kerkam at 781-934-9838.
each month we serve dinner at Tickets are $10 adult, $5 seniors, April 28, 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Pianist concert. The second in
Mainspring Shelter, Brockton. students and children. Age 4 and Arts Center featuring the Wind
Rev. David Woods The Art Complex Museum’s 40th
under, free. Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Chamber
Last Wednesday of the month 781-585-8295 anniversary year concert series will
is ladies’ luncheon at 12 p.m. Services, Sundays at 10 a.m. Chorus, and String Ensemble.
feature well-known pianist Stephen
Now meeting at the new Tarkiln
Maundy Thursday Communion
Service, April 21 at 7:30 p.m., Community Center.
Sunday April 24 Free Movie Matinee. At 1 p.m. at Porter on Sunday, May 1, at 4 p.m.
This concert is free and open to the
the Duxbury Senior Center. This
Good Friday Prayer Vigil April Easter Sunday week’s feature is “Burlesque” (2010, public.
22 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and PG-13) starring Cher.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 3

Question of the Week by Sarie Booy

How often do you come to the Duxbury Library Book Series?

This is my first time even though I I came to see Tom Perrotta I come often and I’d like to Every chance I get! Because my grandchildren live in
have taught first and third grade in present his book here at the come more. It is one of the best Andrea Brandeis Duxbury, I actually pop in to the
Duxbury for 29 years! Duxbury Library. things about living in Duxbury. Evergreen Street Duxbury Library now and then. I
Betsy Schlesinger Marianne Leone Brooke McDonough have been to their book series at
Plymouth, (previously of guest author Walker Road least two other times.
Tinkertown) Kingston Donna Adams

The Art Complex Museum, all past Call Jack Hamilton at 781-934-6003, Senior Center offers a program for
Upcoming and present volunteers are invited to
Household hazardous
collection. May 7 for Kingston
John Todd at 781-799-5223 or Alden persons with Early Stage Alzheimer’s
Yom Hashoah. On Monday, May attend a reception to be held in their and Duxbury residents at Highway Ringquist at 781-934-2879. Disease or related Dementia on
2 at 7 p.m., Congregation Shirat honor at the museum on Wednesday, Garage, 32 Evergreen St. in Kingston. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. – 3
Hayam and Marshfield No Place for May 4 from 2-4 p.m. Materials are accepted from 9 p.m. For more information about the
Hate will celebrate “Yom Hashoah,” Got teens?  Help is on the Way. A
a.m.-1 p.m. at no charge.  For more Ongoing program or admission requirements
contact Lucille Brogna, Intermissions
the Holocaust Remembrance, at information and directions, call the
Parent Connection presentation on South Shore Recycling Cooperative Free Bring Your Own Bags Program Coordinator at 781-934-5774
the Marshfield Methodist Church, Thursday, May 5 at the Performing (BYOBs). The Duxbury Senior
at 781-329-8318, or go to ssrcoop. x107 or Donna Ciappina, Outreach
185 Plain St., Marshfield. This is Arts Center, 7 p.m. reception and Center Outreach Program is helping
info. Coordinator at x105.
an interfaith event and is open to 7:30 presentation. Teen expert seniors to be prepared in the event
the entire community.  For more Joani Geltman coaches parents on Duxbury Boosters Golf of an unexpected or even planned Duxbury Caregiver Support
information, call 781-582-2700 or the psychology of the adolescent Tournament. In honor of George trip to the hospital by offering a free Groups. Anyone caring for an elderly
email brain, why teens say and do Edward Teravainen, Monday, May “Bring Your Own Bags” (BYOBs) on parent or spouse and would like to
what they do, how to set limits, 16, 12:30 p.m. registration, 1 p.m. a first come, first serve basis. This talk about and share experiences with
Author Kalotay visit. The Duxbury other caregivers, The Duxbury Senior
Free Library and Westwinds etc. For more information, visit shotgun start. Tournament fee is is a free carry bag with emergency $150 per golfer, which includes preparedness items. Seniors wishing Center is offers a support group the
Bookshop present Boston based second Thursday of each month from
author Daphne Kalotay, who will read golf (scramble format), carts, lunch, to receive one may schedule an
St. John’s Church Yard sale. dinner, awards and silent auction at the introductory office or home visit at 1:30 – 3 p.m. Call Donna Ciappina, at
from her novel, “Russian Winter” Looking for donations of tools, CDs, 781-934-5774, ext. 105, for additional
Duxbury Bay Maritime School. Non- 781-934-5774, ext. 105 or 106.
on Tuesday May 3, at 7 p.m. in the DVDs, furniture, toys and more for information or to join the group. An
Merry Meeting Room. The reading golfers may purchase a $25 ticket to Pawsox pass at the library. The
yard sale on May 7 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. attend the supper and silent auction. evening Caregiver Support Group, in
will be followed by a personalized Drop off items at the church Monday, Duxbury Free Library’s new collaboration with the Norwell VNA
paperback book signing. Hole Sponsorships are available for discounted pass for Duxbury families
Tuesday, Thursday or Friday from 9 $100. Register at duxburyboosters. and Hospice, Inc., also meets the third
a.m.-3 p.m. Call St. John’s at 781- to enjoy McCoy Stadium and the Thursday of the month from 6:30-8
Volunteer tea at the ACM. As part org. Questions, please contact p_ Pawtucket Red Sox Baseball Club.
934-6523 for more information. p.m. Contact Joan Wright, Norwell
of the 40th anniversary festivities at General admission of up to six people VNA, at 781-659-2342, for additional
Relay for Life Team-Skaters for a for many home games for a flat rate information.
of $18 - up to a 57 person savings
Garden Club Flower Show Cure. Duxbury figure skaters host
a skating exhibition and skate-a-thon over box office prices (some dates
excluded). A valid adult library card
Friday Night Entertainment. From 9
p.m.-12:30 a.m., at the Winsor House
May 20, 7-9 p.m. to benefit Mass. on Washington Street, featuring Sean
General Hospital cancer research. is needed to reserve the pass. For
more information, call the library at McLaughlin, Irish folk guitarist and
Admission is $10. Local and National vocalist.
ranked skaters perform followed by 934-2721, x108.
public skating time. Bring your own “Threads from Duxbury’s Past.” Book a Librarian. The Duxbury
skates. For more information, e-mail Come to Duxbury Free Library second Free Library reference department floor Historic Clothing Exhibit. From is offering 30 minute one-on-one
now until June, different wedding sessions to assist patrons in using
55 Plus and Looking for Work? gowns from the DRHS collection computers. Sessions will be tailor
The Duxbury Council on Aging will will be rotated in and featured in made to address individual needs.
hold “Wisdom Works,” a four week the museum-quality display case Please call 781-934-2721 x100 to
employment workshop for older job constructed by local artist Craig book a Librarian.
seekers. Held at the Duxbury Senior Bloodgood in the library’s reference
Center, $5 registration fee to cover area. Library Netbook Program. For
the cost of materials. Currently users without laptops, the Duxbury
seeking interested participants for Gather ‘Round. A storytime for Free Library reference department
the workshop beginning in May. preschoolers with an adult, is held will loan an Acer Netbook for in-
Please contact Angela at 781- every Friday at 10:30 a.m. all year library use. Patrons must be 16
934-5774, ext. 115 or by e-mail, round in the picture book room. years of age or older. Come to the for For more information, check the Reference Desk on the upper level
more information. children’s pages on the library to check out the Netbook. A valid
Website, or OCLN library card is required. A two
International Fair. June 5 from 10 call 781-934-2721 x115. hour per day maximum time limit will
a.m.-3 p.m. at Bay Farm Montessori be enforced.
Academy Campus,  145 Loring ROOTS Genealogy Club. Meets
St.   Open to the general public. every Tuesday from 1-2:30 p.m. at the Transportation to medical
Exhibits offering multicultural Duxbury Senior Center. Newcomers appointments. The Duxbury Senior
arts, crafts, children’s activities, are welcome. Center offers transportation to local
international cuisine, and medical appointments to seniors and
Neuropathy Support Group. Meets handicapped individuals on Tuesday
performances. Free. For more on the third Tuesday of the month
information or to exhibit, visit bfarm. and Thursday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
at 1:30 p.m. at the Duxbury Senior and Friday mornings from 8-11.
org or contact Toni Clark at 781-733- Center. Newcomers welcome.
3015 or Rides must be scheduled 72 hours
or Gabriela Silva at 781-864-7190 or in advance by calling Becky Ford at
Calling all collectors. Would you 781-934-5774 x117. like to show off your collectibles to
Lisa Pattinson, Beth Halligan and Megan McClure Koss, chair- the community? The Duxbury Free Sustainable Duxbury. Meets at 7:30
women of the Community Garden Club of Duxbury Standard Duxbury COA Golf Tourney. The Library provides a display case for this p.m. on the first Wednesday of each
Flower Show and Plant Sale, tour the newly restored Tarkiln Council on Aging 11th annual charity purpose. Call the library at 781-934- month at the Senior Center. For more
Community Center which will be the site of the event scheduled golf tournament takes place June 6 2721 x108, or stop by the circulation information, call Judi Vose at 781-
with registration starting at 11:30 desk and reserve the case now. 934-3283 or Jim Savicki at 781-585-
for May 13-14. The theme of the show is “Historic Tarkiln:
a.m., tee off at 1 p.m., at the Duxbury 8041.
Celebrated with flowers.” The public is invited. Admission is Yacht Club Golf Course. Lunch Social Day Program for persons
free. included and reception to follow. with memory loss. The Duxbury
4 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Nature Deficit Disorder: Seniors lead lacrosse

she has all the makings of a sol- nior Sophie Fitzpatrick, who
Send a kid to camp
continued from page one
her playmaking skills and id defender, while junior Grace returns after starting last year.
good game sense that allows Nissi has moved to defense “She really attacks the
continued from page one her to be a major contributor after Jurgens felt the strength ball and has great vision back
on both ends of the field. of her attacks warranted using there,” says her coach.
term) echoes Anna Comstock’s concern, but stresses the detri- Nissi’s athleticism in the back Also expected to see ac-
Cipolletti will be the lead-
mental effects on children of being increasingly insulated from er on the back line with her where her speed can help the tion are junior midfielders
the natural world of fields, woods, and streams that was once dogged defensive work, while offensive transition. Sophie Dubuisson and sopho-
the center stage for children’s growth, play, and development. Bahr has the speed that allows The one area that can more Emily Giumetti, along
Life in nature has been supplanted by life on line. Jurgens to match her up with make or break any team is in with sophomore Dorothy Hel-
her opponent’s top forwards. net, and Duxbury feels they lar and junior Taylor Tobin.
Of course, Louv is no dodo. He knows that technology is
Cusick has shown Jurgens have strength back there in ju-
here to stay, but he writes on his Web site, “The future will be-
long to the nature-smart—those individuals, families, business-
es, and political leaders who develop a deeper understanding of
the transformative power of the natural world and who balance
By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor
the virtual with the real. The more high-tech we become, the
more nature we need.” Bridgewater State University sophomore attack Jill Caramello (DHS ’09)
Enter the Duxbury Interfaith Council, and you, with your has been selected as the New England Women’s Lacrosse Alliance (NEWLA)
bright, shining smile. In the next couple of weeks, the DIC will Rookie of the Week. Caramello tallied 10 goals and three assists for 13 points
launch this year’s Summer Campership drive to send Duxbury to go along with four ground balls and four draw controls in a perfect 2-0
week for the Bears which included NEWLA triumphs over Westfield State
children to camp. The cost is about $500 per child. Kids go to and Castleton State.  She notched what proved to be the game-winning goals
the Duxbury Recreation Department Day Camp, the YMCA in both wins. Caramello registered four goals, two ground balls and two draws
Camp in Hanover, or Camp Wing. For most, the experience is in Bridgewater’s 18-9 win on the road over Westfield. She then recorded six
the highlight of their summer. goals and three assists as well as two ground balls and two draws in BSU’s
What’s this about your bright shining smile? For the 22-9 victory over Castleton. In nine games this season,
second year, Wiemeyer Dentistry, 104 Tremont St., Duxbury,
Caramello Caramello has amassed 24 goals and five assists for 29
points. She also has 16 ground balls and 12 draws to her
will donate $15 to the DIC for every set of teeth they clean in credit, as well as three game-winning goals… Freshman Victoria Moore
May. It adds up, and they hope to donate $5,000 this year, like (DHS ’10) is a goalie on the Bridgewater State lacrosse team… Brandeis
last year. You’ll need to brush on your own for a couple more sophomore Casey Ducinski (DHS ’09) pitched a four-hit shutout for a 4-0
weeks – the program starts May 1. Judges’ win against Tuft. She followed that with a complete game, 7-3 win
I love the connection. You all smile, and you help with the against Wheaton College on Thursday. Ducinski is currently 8-2 on the season.
40 to 50 Duxbury kids that DIC hopes to support. In addition, Former Bridgewater State shortstop Rachel Sprague (DHS ’05) is a math
teacher at Walpole High School and is the new coach of the
about 50 kids will receive filled backpacks for their return to Walpole JV softball team… Sophomore Tyler Genereux Ducinski
school in the fall. Those cost about $100, depending on the (DHS ’09) scattered 8 hits and struck out 3 batters in Mass. Maritime’s 4-2
child’s grade. The equipment wish-list includes everything win over Salem State on Saturday in Buzzard’s Bay. The win moved Ge-
from boxes of crayons to the snazzy and expensive TI-83 cal- nereux’s record to 3-1… Sophomore Billy Hocking (BCHS ’09) had a pinch-
culators required for certain classes. hit single in Babson’s 8-0 win over UMass-Boston on Friday in Wellesley…
Anna Comstock would be pleased. She loved education Sophomore Mike Griffin (DHS ’09) had a goal in Babson’s 16-13 lacrosse
win over Salve Regina last Wednesday in Wellesley… Babson junior Trish
as much as she loved nature. One of the first woman admitted Babson (DHS ’08) had 2 goals in the Beaver’s 17-6 win over Mt. Holyoke
to Cornell University, she devoted herself to teaching teach- on Saturday… Senior Troy Neville (DHS ’07) had 8 ground balls and was 8
ers to teach nature study to children, often in the best setting Genereux for 19 on face-offs in Bentley’s 15-10 win over SNHU last
(outdoors), and always with an eye to the real thing, not just Wednesday. He followed that on Saturday with a spectacular 15 groundball
pictures. effort and 20 of 25 on face-offs in the Falcon’s 15-7 win over AIC… Senior
Of course, an all-too-brief session at summer camp might Ben Bray (DHS ’07) finished 43rd out of 62 runners at the George Davis
Invitational held at UMass-Lowell on April 9… Senior Grant Bowen (DHS
not change the world, but it might change a kid, and interests ’07) went 2 for 7, but it wasn’t enough to prevent his Carleton College base-
are funny, whimsical things. They often hinge on stories that ball team from dropping a pair to Bethel College last Tuesday in Minnesota…
begin with, “Then one day…” Katy Payne, the “Elephant Freshman Katie Griffin (DHS ’10) had a goal and an assist in Colby’s 9-7
Whisperer,” was called to her ground-breaking work after a win over Amherst on Saturday in western MA… Junior
chance experience hearing elephant rumbles in a zoo. No one Scott Austin (DHS ’08) had 2 goals in No. 5 Cornell’s
11-6 upset of No. 1 ranked Syracuse University last Tues- Neville
had ever noticed them before, but her musical experience (also
day… Junior Dane Molina (DHS 08) scored his first goal of the year and
at Cornell) had tuned her ear to the deepest sounds, like the junior Matt Landry (DHS ’08) assisted on another in Hartwick’s 11-10 win
lowest pedal notes of a pipe organ. She guessed (rightly) that over Elmira on Saturday in Elmira, NY… Harvard senior Sam McMahon
they were communicating. Who knows what natural moment (Groton ’07) had a ground ball in the Crimson’s 9-8 win over Princeton on
will capture the mind of a Duxbury kid this summer? No, they Saturday… Sophomore Derek Sweet (DHS ’09) had an assist in Lynchburg’s
won’t all become naturalists or environmental activists. But 14-5 win over Christopher Newport last Wednesday. On Saturday he scored
then again, they might, and they’ll all be smiling. 3 goals in his team’s 18-2 win over Guilford… Senior
Austin Derek Weckbacher (DHS ’07) had a groundball in the U.
of New England’s 13-9 win over Roger Williams. Freshman John Ricciardi
(DHS ’10) also had a ground ball for Roger Williams…Nichols junior Elwin
McCarthy (DHS ’08) had 3 groundballs in his team’s 11-9 loss to Salve Re-
gina on Saturday in Rhode Island… Brett Bartlett (DHS ‘08 ) went 3 innings
and struck out 3 batters in St. Anselms’ 13-1 win over Merrimack last week
in NH… St. Joseph’s sophomore Gus Quinzani (DHS ’09) scored 2 goals
and added an assist in a 10-6 loss to Delaware on Saturday in Philadelphia…
Seniors Ben Cederberg (DHS ’07) and Bobby Barry
(DHS ’07) each had 3 goals in Wheaton’s 21-11 loss to Quinzani
Springfield on Saturday… Sophomore Danny Findley
(Roxbury Latin ’09) went 4 for 10 with 3 RBI as Bowdoin took 2 out of 3
games from Bates last week. Over the weekend Findley threw out 2 baserun-
ners, scored 3 runs, and knocked in the winning run in a win over Trinity on
Friday… Clark University sophomore Katie Brasington (DHS ‘09) and her
women’s Varsity-Four boat finished in first place by nearly ten seconds ahead
of Assumption College in a Crew Regatta on the Merrimack River (April 9).
They were followed by UMASS-Lowell and Mass-Maritime. The following
Blout day, Brasington’s Varsity Four was victorious again ahead of Simmons and
Union College in a Regatta on Lake Quinsigamond in Shrewsbury… Freshman Jeff Blout (DHS
’10) has a 3-2 pitching record at Wesleyan and pitched four innings of relief in a win over Middle-
bury on Saturday, striking out three and allowing one unearned run.
Do you have a son or daughter that plays or coaches college sports? I want to hear
about it. E-mail me your student-athletes name and college to sports@duxburyclipper.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 5

Dragons’ Den Sports Editor Mike Halloran •

Dragons hammered in loss to Garden City

By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor Jahelka and senior J.P. Burn- side made for one of the most
The Bruins are 0-2 versus frustrating performances of
the Canadians, the heavily fa- Coach Chris Sweet’s coaching
vored Red Sox are 4-10 and in tenure in Duxbury.
last place, the Celtics squeak “That was an uphill battle
by the Knicks on a last sec- for us all day long,” said Sweet.
ond three-pointer by Ray Al- “We just couldn’t get any mo-
len, and Duxbury gets shutout mentum going. We didn’t roll
in lacrosse. What is the sports over. We battled. But that is a
world coming to? good team and right now we’re
Boys Lacrosse It looked like things were
Duxbury 0 setting up perfectly for the
Garden City 10
Dragons as senior captain
Bryan Barry got control of the
Taking on the Garden City opening face-off and broke in
Trojans on Saturday morning on Marino in the first minute
at Harvard Stadium, the Drag- of play, only to be denied in
ons were dominated by their the first of many attempts that
New York visitors and suffered had the Dragons shaking their
a humiliating 10-0 shutout loss heads.
to Coach Steve Finnell’s No. Not only did Marino thwart
20 nationally ranked team. them on many occasions, but
You would like to think hitting the post twice in the
the Dragons were just un- second quarter told the Drag-
lucky, but there was no ques- ons it wasn’t going to be their
tion in this encounter that the day.
Spartans had it all over the The ease with which the
Dragons from early in the first Trojans attacked goaltender
quarter on. Henry Buonagurio was never
Spectacular goaltending more evident than in the first
by junior Dan Marino, and a three minutes when captain
OFF WITH HIS HEAD: Garden City’s JP Burnside knocks the ball loose from Duxbury’s Paul Hellar
defense that was impenetrable, Tom Gordon, who looked during Saturday’s 10-0 loss to the Trojans at Harvard Stadium.
led by senior captain Stephan
Photo by Jim Tarbox
more like Flash Gordon, went
unmolested outside the crease after Garden City grabbed a
in front of the Duxbury net- 4-0 lead, and it started to hap-

Boys’ tennis keeps rolling along minder and had no one within pen with 3:40 left in the half
five feet of him when he gave when Patric Berkery wiggled
the visitors a 1-0 lead. his way through two Duxbury
By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor
Holding a one-goal lead, defenders and beat the shell-
the Trojans maintained their shocked Buonagurio as he was
Let’s not get too excited deliberate style and worked falling to the ground.
yet, but the DHS boys’ tennis the perimeter while keep- Trailing 5-0 at halftime,
team could be on track to be ing the ball out of Duxbury’s Sweet acknowledged that their
serious contenders for DHS’s hands. defense was impossible to pen-
third state title of the 2010-11 With three minutes to go in etrate.
school year. the quarter junior Brian Chish- “Their defense came in
olm gave his team a 2-0 lead highly touted and you can see
Boys tennis
Duxbury 5 when he took a pass and head- why,” he said. “They play great
Silver Lake 0 ed for the net from the left side, individual defense and great
bouncing a shot that went high team defense. We just couldn’t
Boys tennis over Buonagurio’s shoulder. get close to the cage.”
Duxbury 5 Marino continued to frus- It took less than a min-
Cohassett 0 trate the Dragons with less ute for Garden City to get on
than two minutes to go when the board in the third quarter,
BLOW OUT: Senior Connor O’Keefe drops a shot over the net he blocked a sure Dragon shot as Buonagurio got beat for
In their season opener during his 6-0/6-0 win against Silver Lake. Photo by Mike Halloran with his shoulder, sending the the first of three third period
last Monday in Duxbury, the ball quickly up field in transi- goals.
Dragons were never chal- display. set, as they took a relatively
Things should have been easy 6-4/6-0 win over fresh- tion and having it end up be- The Dragons tried desper-
lenged in their warm-up win hind Buonagurio on Gordon’s ately to avoid the first shutout
over Silver Lake, as Brendan tougher for the Dragons man Ted Tedeschi and sopho-
when they took on Cohas- more Eric Ackley.  second goal of the quarter. in recent memory, but Marino
Minahan cruised to a 6-1/6-0 Facing a 3-0 deficit starting and his defense made it impos-
win at No. 1 singles. Pete set last Thursday, but all but First doubles was a strug-
one match was dominated by gle for the Dragons, as the the second quarter, the Dragons sible, shutting down the Dux-
Muncey was just as good at had a man-up situation with a bury offense and sending the
No. 2 in a 6-1/6-0 win, while Duxbury in the 5-0 shutout.    quickness of senior William
Minahan out-classed his Choi and freshman Dave chance to get back in the game. ball back up field in transition
Connor O’Keefe put up the But as luck would have it they for two more fourth quarter
double bagel with a 6-0/6-0 opponent in every way with Fitzgerald gave Coakley and
a 6-0/6-0 win, while O’Keefe Schneider everything they hit the crossbar twice, only re- scores that ended a miserable
win. inforcing their belief that today morning for Sweet and his
The doubles team of also experienced a short day could handle in a 4-6/7-6
of easy put-away volleys in (3)/7-6 (3) marathon Duxbury was not their day. team.
Kevin Coakley and Eric Sch- A Marino save triggered “We’ll learn from this. Our
neider was too much for the his 6-1/6-0 victory.  win
Muncey was also an easy “So far so good,” said another Trojan transition, and goal is to win a state champi-
Lakers, as the Dragons were the speedy New Yorkers wast- onship,” said Sweet. “We play
not on the court long in a winner at No. 2 singles, as Coach John Bunar.
he lost just two games in a The boys will entertain ed little time in taking advan- these teams to find out what
6-1/6-0 route.  The No. 2 dou- tage, as Burnside went uncov- our strengths and weaknesses
bles team of Will Triebel and 6-1/6-1 win.  Hanover on Monday after-
The power of Triebel and noon at 3:30 p.m. ered again, finding himself in are. We certainly got a dose of
Willy Kingsbury had little the slot with Buonagurio at his what we need to work on to-
trouble with their opponents Kingsbury at No. 2 doubles
was on display in the second mercy. day.”
in an overpowering 6-1/6-1 It looked like pile-on time
6 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Connolly/Tsinzo keep golfers undefeated

By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor
Girls golf tied Haley Sanders, while While matches rarely get 1.5-.5.
Duxbury 5.5 Francis Anne McDonald took to the alternates, this match- Falcone tied her round at
While winning the state Nauset .5 her match 5 and 3 over Kayle up showed Duxbury’s depth, No. 3 and the Clippers stayed
hockey championship was a Crosby. as senior Devon Tsinzo broke in front 2-1, but McDonald
team effort for senior Briana Allie Martin in the No. 4 a 3-3 tie and won the match came through at No. 4 with a 5
Girls golf
Connolly, her win over Nau- Duxbury 4 spot defeated Michaela Mc- for Duxbury with a 3-up win and 3 win, and Martin won her
set’s Rachel Bernstein was an Falmouth 3 Quin, 3 and 2, with a pair of at No. 7. match at No. 5 with a 2-up vic-
individual effort in last Tues- pars, and senior partner Lorin It was a nail-biter for tory to take the lead at 3-2.
day’s 5.5-.5 win over the War- Goldner was also impressed Gerraughty won her match Coach Jack Stoddard, as Con- Gerraughty barely lost
riors. Connolly’s round of 42 with her teammates efforts, 2-up over Kate Anblis. nolly pared the last hole of her her match at No. 6 when she
that included three pars and as she was motivated to earn It was a battle of undefeat- round to tie Falmouth’s Kate dropped a 1-down decision
a birdie pinned her opponent a 2-up win over Carly Brooks ed teams on Thursday when Robinson. It was just the op- that tied the match at 3-3, leav-
with her first league defeat in with the aid of three pars. the Lady Dragons traveled to posite in the No. 2 match, as ing it up to Tsinzo to come up
two years. Kara Falcone earned Dux- the Falmouth Country Club to Goldner lost on her last hole with the victory.
Playing partner Cassidy bury’s half point when she take on the Clippers. and the Lady Dragons trailed

Dragons Spring Sports Schedule

Preliminary schedule as of April 18
Baseball Boys’ Lacrosse Boys’ Tennis
April 6 Plymouth North over Dux 1-0 0-1 April 6 Mercer Island over Dux 7-6 0-1 April 11 Dux over Silver Lake 5-0 1-0
April 11 Dux over Silver Lake 6-5 1-1 April 7 Dux over North Quincy 16-3 1-1 April 14 Cohasset 5-0 2-0
April 14 Dennis-Yarmouth over Dux 5-0 1-2 April 11 Dux over Pembroke 21-0 2-0 April 25 Hanover Home 3:30
April 21 Rockland Away 2:00 April 13 Dux over Billerica 12-9 3-1 April 27 Whitman-Hanson Away 3:30
April 23 Marshfield Away 12:00 April 16 Garden City over Dux 10-0 3-2 April 29 Quincy Home 4:00
April 25 Hanover Home 4:00 April 18 B.C. High Home 11:00 May 2 North Quincy Away 4:00
April 27 Whitman-Hanson Away 3:30 April 19 Irondequoit Away TBA May 4 Middleboro Home 4:00
April 29 Quincy Home 4:00 April 23 Niskayuna (NY) Away 12:00 May 5 Marshfield Home 4:00
May 2 North Quincy Away 4:00 April 26 Cohasset Home 7:00 May 6 Hingham Away 3:30
May 4 Middleboro Home 4:00 April 28 Silver Lake Home 4:00 May 9 Pembroke Away 4:00
May 6 Hingham Away 4:00 April 30 St. John’s Prep Home 5:00 May 10 Scituate Away 4:00
May 9 Pembroke Away 4:00 May 2 Hingham Away 4:00 May 11 Silver Lake Away 4:00
May 10 Scituate Away 4:00 May 10 Scituate Away 4:00 May 12 Cape Cod Academy Away 4:00
May 11 Silver Lake Away 3:45 May 13 Medfield Away 7:00 May 17 Whitman-Hanson Home 3:30
May 13 Dennis-Yarmouth Home 4:00 May 19 Whitman-Hanson Away 4:00 May 18 North Quincy Home 4:00
May 17 Whitman-Hanson Home 3:30 May 21 Xaverian Home 12:00 May 20 Hingham Home 3:45
May 18 North Quincy Home 4:00 May 23 Hanover Away 4:00 May 23 Cape Cod Academy Home 4:00
May 20 Hingham Home 4:00 May 25 Bishop Guertin (NH) TBA 7:00 May 25 Marshfield Away 4:00
May 23 Plymouth North Home 6:30
May 24 Marshfield Home 4:00 Girls’ Lacrosse Girls’ Tennis
April 6 Wellesley over Dux 12-8 0-1 April 6 Dux over Carver 4-1 1-0
Softball April 7 Dux over North Quincy 15-0 1-1 April 11 Dux over Silver Lake 4-1 2-0
April 6 Dux over Plymouth North 15-4 1-0 April 11 Dux over Pembroke 17-2 2-1 April 25 Hanover Away 4:00
April 11 Silver Lake over Dux 26-2 1-1 April 13 Dux over Hanover 16-3 3-1 April 27 Whitman-Hanson Away 4:00
April 23 Marshfield Home 12:00 April 21 Westborough Home 11:00 April 29 Quincy Away 4:00
April 25 Hanover Away 4:00 April 25 Westwood Away 4:00 May 2 North Quincy Home 4:00
April 27 Whitman-Hanson Away 4:00 April 27 Sandwich Home 4:00 May 3 Middleboro Away 4:00
April 29 Quincy Away 4:00 April 28 Silver Lake Away 3:45 May 5 Marshfield Away 4:00
May 2 North Quincy Home 4:00 April 30 Londonderry Away 11:00 May 6 Hingham Home 4:00
May 4 Middleboro Away 4:00 May 2 Hingham Home 4:00 May 9 Pembroke Home 4:00
May 6 Hingham Home 4:00 May 6 Quincy Home 4:00 May 10 Scituate Home 4:00
May 7 East Bridgewater Away 2:30 May 7 Weston Away 4:00 May 11 Silver Lake Home 4:00
May 9 Pembroke Home 4:00 May 10 Notre Dame Away 4:00 May 13 Notre Dame Home 4:00
May 10 Scituate Home 4:00 May 12 Scituate Home 4:00 May 17 Whitman-Hanson Home 4:00
May 11 Silver Lake Home 4:00 May 14 Hopkinton Home 11:00 May 18 North Quincy Away 4:00
May 17 Whitman-Hanson Home 4:00 May 17 Norwell Home 7:00 May 20 Hingham Away 4:00
May 18 North Quincy Away 4:00 May 20 Whitman-Hanson Home 4:00 May 25 Marshfield Home 4:00
May 20 Hingham Away 4:00 TBA Cohasset Away 4:00
May 23 Plymouth North Away 4:00 Boys Track
May 24 Marshfield Away 4:00 Sailing April 12 Hingham over Dux 94-42 0-1
March 30 Portsmouth Abbey over Dux 3-0 0-1 April 26 Silver Lake Away 4:00
Girls’ Golf April 2 St. John’s Prep over Dux 3-0 0-2 May 3 Whitman-Hanson Home 4:00
April 5 Dux over Silver Lake 6-0 1-0 April 11 Dartmouth over Dux 3-2 0-3 May 5 Quincy Home 4:00
April 7 Dux over Dennis-Yarmouth 5-1 2-0 April 12 Dux over Cape Cod Academy 4-0 1-3 May 5 North Quincy Home 4:00
April 12 Dux over Nauset 5.5-1.5 3-0 April 12 Manchester Essex over Dux 2-0 1-4 May 10 Scituate Home 4:00
April 14 Dux over Falmouth 4-3 4-0 April 14 Dux over B.C. High 4-1 2-4 May 17 Middleboro Away 4:00
April 26 Barnstable Home 3:30 April 16 O’Day Fleet Races Away TBA
April 28 Silver Lake Away 3:30 April 17 O’Day Fleet Races Away TBA Girls Track
May 2 Newton Country Day Away 3:30 April 20 Barnstable Home 12:00 April 12 Hingham over Dux 100.5-34.5 4:00
May 4 Dennis-Yarmouth Home 3:30 April 20 Sharon Home 12:00 April 26 Silver Lake Away 4:00
May 5 Nauset Home 3:30 April 23 Tabor Academy Away 12:00 May 3 Whitman-Hanson Home 4:00
May 10 Falmouth Home 3:30 April 26 Hingham Home 3:30 May 5 Quincy Home 4:00
May 11 Barnstable Away 3:30 May 14 NE Team Championships UNH TBA May 5 North Quincy Home 4:00
May 17 Cardinal Spellman Away 3:30 May 15 NE Team Championships UNH TBA May 10 Scituate Home 4:00
TBA Newton Country Day Home 3:30 May 26 MA State Championships MIT 11:00 May 17 Middleboro Away 4:00
May 27 MA State Championships MIT 11:00

Duxbury High School Athletic Dept. 781-934-7668

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 7

Girls’ tennis wins second Coach commends track

By Mike Halloran, Sports Editor

It was a typical early

girls tennis
Silver Lake
put up a valiant effort at No. 1
doubles before falling to Ali-
son Boerger and Sam Crespi,
team’s performance
spring game for the DHS girls’ 5-7/5-7, while junior Caro- Coach Harry Taylor commended all his freshman and soph-
tennis team, as winds were out ond set, 6-4.          line Phinney and sophomore omore track team members who attended Saturday’s meet.   It
of control and so were half the Fellow captain Casey Re- Meghan O’Neil beat Allie was a long, cold, and windy day that was less than ideal for a
shots in the Lady Dragons’ 4-1 inhart battled Silver Lake’s Creighton and Jeili Merrill, track meet.  
win over the Lakers in Kings- Carolyn Milne at No. 2 and 6-3/6-1. “I think most of us got windburn instead of sunburn like last
came away with a 6-3/6-2 vic- The girls return to action year,” said Taylor.  “We did however have some personal bests
tory, while freshman Kelly on Monday afternoon when and some performances that placed in the top six.”
Senior captain Michaela
Dame took care of Hayley Per- All running results are done with electronic timing systems.
Dowd  had an easy first set  at they travel to Hanover to take
on at No. 3 singles, 6-3/6-1. Sophomore Jon Hurvitz qualified fourth for the 100-meter
No. 1 singles, blanking Taylor on the Indians at 4 p.m. in Pa-
Junior Lilly Weil and finals with 12.07 and placed third in the finals with an 11.80,
Grifa, 6-0, and then needed to triot League play.
freshman Brook McCarthy while sophomore Mark Trudeau placed fourth in the shot put
dig down deep to win the sec- with a personal best 38’ 6.25.”

Dragons rally over Silver Lake Sophomore Jon Hurvitz won the
100m 11.4
Boys track
boys track
Duxbury 42
By Jillian Sylvester Junior Don Webber took second Hingham 94
Clipper contributor in the 100m 11.7
With a new head coach Senior capt Jon McKinley won the second in the 400m 53.8. second
and a roster without much mile 4:40 in the Long Jump 18-1.5, and
varsity experience, the Dux- Senior Denis Maguire placed third in the Triple Jump 37-4.
second in the 110m Hurdles
bury Dragons baseball team Senior capt Greg Bray won the
16.5  and the second in the High
could have an uphill battle this Jump 5-8 and third in the 400m
800m 2:08, and placed second in
season. After suffering a 1-0 Hurdles 61.1
the 400m Hurdles 60.9
loss to Plymouth North in the Sophomore Mark Trudeau placed
Senior capt. Brett Sahlberg placed third in the Discus 94-0
season-opener, the Dragons first in the 400m Hurdles 59.4,
rebounded with an exciting 6-
5 walk-off victory in extra in-
nings versus Silver Lake.

Silver Lake
5 Two Buds
threw eight solid innings in LIGHT GARDEN MAINTENANCE
Duxbury’s first win. Howev-
er, Bylo struggled in the first Garden Sitting
inning, giving up a two-run Watering
homer to the visitors. The Lak- Annual and Perennial Planting
ers tacked on a third run in the
top of the fourth as a result of Weeding
a Bylo balk. Dead-heading
The comfortable three-
run lead didn’t last for long, LISA MULONE & BETH TARBOX
as senior captain Pat Sweeney
started off the bottom of the 617-799-0126
fourth with a single to left
field, followed by junior Bren- A SOLID START: Junior Clint Bylo threw eight solid innings in his
dan Connolly’s double. With varsity debut in the extra-innings win over Silver Lake.
Photos by Mike Halloran
runners on second and third,
senior Jake Carleton doubled center field diving for a ball hit
down the right field line to into the gap. The ball glanced
drive in two runs and cut the off his glove and both runners
Lakers lead to one. Sweeney scored to give the Lakers a 5-3 “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately...”
also scored in the bottom of lead. -Henry David Thoreau
the sixth as a result of a Dave The Dragons opened the
Cosborn balk, tying the game
at 3-3.
bottom of the eighth when
Connolly walked and went to
Nurture Your Spirit.
After scoreless fifth, sixth, second on a single by Carle-
and seventh innings for both
teams, the game went into ex-
ton. Steve Showstead and Sam
Jacobson both reached on er-
Help Heal Our World
tra innings. With Bylo still on rors to drive home the tying
the mound, Silver Lake tried runs. FIND US AND YE SHALL SEEK.
to take advantage of the worn Sophomore James Mar-
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out starter. cello proceeded to single to
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GETTING A JUMP: Duxbury’s James Marcello takes a lead off first
base during last week’s win over the Lakers.
8 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Swem Champion at winter show Duxbury native to speak at

baseball seminar on May 21-22
Sabermetrics, Scouting, the captain of the baseball
and the Science of Baseball and hockey teams his senior
will be the topic of a seminar year.
being held on May 21 and Porter will take questions
22 at Harvard University to about professional scouting,
benefit the Jimmy Fund. This what statistics are helpful
is a unique event with some from a scout’s perspective,
top notch speakers including what the future of baseball
former Duxbury resident and player evaluation will bring,
current Assistant Director of and anything else relevant.
Pro Scouting for the Boston In addition, he will welcome
Red Sox, Jared Porter, team any and all questions. Please
stat guru, Tom Tippett, and be aware that Porter is not at
best-selling author Jonah liberty to divulge proprietary
Keri. information.
Porter has worked for the All the participants are
Red Sox in baseball opera- donating their time, and Har-
tions since 2004 when he was vard is donating the facili-
a Player Development Intern ties for the event. The Web
in Ft. Myers, Fla.  He gradu- site with all the details of the
ated from Thayer Academy seminar and participants can
in 1999 and Bowdoin Col- be seen at
lege in 2003 where he was
Duxbury High School sophomore Madeleine Swem recently returned from the HITS six-week
Winter Show Circuit in Ocala, Florida where over 2,000 riders compete.  Swem and her horse,
Eisenhower, took Champion for Weeks III and V and Reserve Champion for Weeks IV and VI in
the 14/15 Age Equitation Division.  These results made her The Antares Circuit Reserve Grand
Bay State Games registration
Champion for the entire six-week show.  Swem trains with Ronnie Andersen Show Stables at The Massachusetts Ama- 7vs7 soccer. Masters divisions
Fieldstone Farm in Halifax. teur Sports Foundation is are available in several sports
pleased to announce that regis- including track and field and
tration for the 2011 Bay State swimming.
Summer Games is now open. The Bay State Games also
The annual Olympic-style am- has an initiative which rewards
ateur sports festival features high schools across the com-
26 sports for athletes of all monwealth for their students’
ages and ability levels. participation in the Summer
The 2011 Bay State Sum- Games. The High School Spir-
mer Games are scheduled for it program was created to rec-
July 5-24 with regional qualifi- ognize those schools that have
ers and tryouts throughout the the highest number of athletes
commonwealth in June. Com- in the 2011 Summer and Win-
petitions will be hosted by top ter Games. Every high school
notch sporting venues includ- in Massachusetts is eligible to
ing Bentley University, Har- win a portion of the $5,200 in
vard University, Emmanuel grants that will be awarded.
College, Reggie Lewis Track Schools have been separated
and Athletic Center, Univer- into three categories by size to
sity of Massachusetts Boston, give everyone an opportunity
Worcester State University to win the much-needed funds
and the New England Sports for their athletic department. 
Center. Registration forms and
Competitions are offered sport specific information
in archery, badminton, base- can be found at the Bay State
ball, basketball, baton twirling, Games’ Web site. For updated
diving, fencing, field hockey, information about tryout dates,
ice hockey, judo, juniors bas- sport specific information,
ketball, lacrosse, pistol shoot- scholarship forms, volunteer
The South Shore Nets sixth grade AAU basketball team won a multi-state basketball tournament ing, rifle shooting, soccer, soft- information, and registration
this past week in Waltham.  They were the sixth grade champions of the Boston Warriors, 2011 ball, swimming, synchronized deadlines, please visit baystat-
Spring Shootout Championship. The tournament included players from several states, mostly swimming, table tennis, track, call the Games’
Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Back row: Chris Sellier (Hanover), Coach Paul Kelly (Duxbury), and field, trap shooting, vol- office at (781) 932-6555 or e-
Brett Jamieson (Weymouth), Matt Kelly (Duxbury), Will Phelan (N.Quincy), Coach Craig Good leyball, weightlifting, wres- mail
(Hanover) and Nick Gearin (Duxbury), Front row: Drew Kelly (Duxbury), Nick Sellier (Hanover), tling, 6vs6 field hockey and
Luke Dagley (Weymouth) and Caleb Good (Hanover. Missing players: Patrick Flynn (Hanover), Tim
Mullane (Hanover) and Will Spring (Weymouth).


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ganization. Support w/all curricu-
lum including reading, language CHEST
arts, science, ESL, study skills,
close to ski areas, indoor/outdoor Washington St. Weekly Rental time management, test taking,
pools, hot tubs, fitness room, Charming house, Washington St. Duxbury Condo Rental SAT prep. Physicist available for
lake, tennis, basketball, game Duxbury. All new furnishings. 2 bedroom, 2 full baths, livin- high school/college math.
room, fully equipped. Sleeps 7. W/D, 60” plasma. Nes- groom with fireplace, dinin- 508-830-0305.
781-837-5840 or e-mail tled near Hall’s Corner, walk to groom, kitchen with separate eat- Shipyard Beach. Last minute ing area, laundry room, attached Lawn Mowing
Duxbury Beachside Cottage special: April and May, two car garage, porch and patio. S.P.M. Enterprises offers a full line of
With boat mooring, large yard, fully $1500/week. June & July, $1900/month plus utilities. Non- landscape services including lawn GUARANTEED TREASURE
furnished. Full bath, washer/dryer, $2500/week. e-mail for photos, smoker. Available June 1. Call mowing, lawn installations, land- CHEST PACKAGE
two bedrooms, but can sleep 6. 781-974-6087 or 781-934-6404. scape design, patio installation, bob-
Great summer vacation opportunity. cat services, etc. Fully insured. Call
Sell those treasures in your
Available as full season rental Memo- Southern Island Paradise Shawn at 781-264-5595 or attic with our guaranteed
rial thru Labor Day or as monthly op- Experience private island classified deal. Your package
tion. Call Tim - 781-858-0571 Duxbury Waterfront Rental includes full exposure in all of
vacationing on beautiful Kiawah
Available June-August. Direct Handyman Special our award-winning
Hilton Head Vacation Rental Island, SC. A spectacular beach,
Duxbury Bay waterfront. Sunrise Handyman Special, Cheap Cash publications and website.
Luxury 3-bedroom, 3 bath villa 5 championship golf courses, 2
and sunset over water, unob- WWW.gillisenterprisesbargain-
w/full-sized kitchen, also 2 pull- tennis villages, fine dining and You may change prices, wording or
structed fireworks view. 2 Beds, 1 remove items, but new items cannot be
out sofabeds. Sleeps 9. Rent more...2 BR condo with added. Limit of 40 words or fewer.
Bath, W/D, fully appointed, 3 car
by week/month. April-Decem- picturesque views of lake and
off-street parking, mooring possi-
ber many weeks still available. island wildlife. Across the street Piano/Keyboard Lessons INCLUDES
bilities. $4,650/mo, Also, seeking
Inquire regarding rates. Call from the beach. Available year Children and adults. 20+ years PHOTO!!!
yearlong inquires. Call
Jeannie, 339-793-0043. round by calling 781-585-6203 or experience. BA Music. Classical Customer must supply photo.
617-797-2241. May be digital or print.
781-331-5654. or pop. Music theory, sight
Bay Farm Townhouse Rental Dubury Cottage for Rent reading, ear training. Great GUARANTEED
2400 sf, master bedroom and Charming, immaculate, 2BD, 2B,+ foundation for other instru-
second bedroom, each with full office, FP, AC, W/D, 1 acre, ga- Ocean Front Brant Rock ments or just for fun. lindarob
bath on top floor; eat-in kitchen, rage. On Chandler's Mill Pond. 10 Brant Rock ocean front for sale! 3 or call PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY
living room with dining ell and min to ocean, expressway, com- bedroom, 2 bath, finished 3rd 781-789-6140.
hardwood floors, powder room, muter rail. $1900/mo +util. Refer- floor home renovated in 2008.
deck with seasonal views of Dux-
bury Bay on main floor; walk-out
ences, lease. Call 781-740-2202,
leave message. Sm pet ok. Avail-
New HVAC, electric, custom
kitchen, and hardwood floors.
Have a Pony Party!
Celebrate your child's special day
recreation room on lower floor; able 6/15. Panoramic water views. Detached with pony rides and farm animal
great storage space; all appli- garage with office space. Profes- petting on our 3 acres of farm
ances including W/D; F/P; central Builders, Contractors sionally landscaped with irriga- and forest in Duxbury. $200 per
air; one-car garage. Tennis court, Pembroke, single family building tion. Please contact hour. Call Gerry on 7819342642
pool, and exercise room use in- lot. Approved for 3 BR septic 617-834-9567 for more informa- or 6175849183 for more informa-
cluded. No pets. $2400/month $94,900. Owner 781-953-5850. tion. tion.
covers all condo fees. Utilities not Office Space for Rent
included. 781-934-0040 or Duxbury, Millbrook area. Second GUARANTEED AUTO
781-934-0901 or floor, 300 sq. ft. Call Professional Window Cleaning
One Bedroom Apt Halls Corner Prices start at $4.00 We are PACKAGE WITH PHOTO 781-934-0809.
Second floor, sunny, convenient fully insured. No job too big or Your car, truck, or boat gets
Looking for House to Buy Duxbury Cottage for Rent location, parking. $975/mo. Small small. 10% off when you men-
Wheelchair accessible, in Year-round. One bedroom, office, premium exposure with our
pets okay. Available June 15. tion this ad. Please call for free Guaranteed Auto Deal.
Duxbury/Marshfield area. Two bed- open livingroom, kitchen, loft. Near Short term or long term. estimate. Call Mike Your package includes full
rooms on first floor and wheelchair the beach. Available June 1.
accessible bath. Owners only. $1300/mo. Call 781-934-2108.
781-789-3995 or 781-934-5569. 781-789-3612 exposure in all of our
email Nanny / Babysitter award-winning publications
College junior with own transpor- and website. Best of all you
can put a photo of your
STANDARD RATES tation available for summer job.
Experience with children of all vehicle right in your ad.
There’s no better way to sell
ages. Elementary education ma-
All standard jor. References available. Please your car, truck or boat.
classifieds include EXTRAS! contact Nicole at 617-943-6473. We’re so confident you’ll
agree that we guarantee to
40 words or less.
Each additional � Add dingbat run your ad until the
word is 25 cents. Summer Nanny/Babysitter vehicle is sold!
$1 a week
One Paper Two Papers All Papers UMass Amherst sophomore ma-

1 WEEK $
10 00 $
13 00 $
15 00 � Add border
$2 a week
joring in Communication Disor-
ders. Has own transportation. $3995 INCLUDES

Many years of experience with

9 1200 1400
Customer must supply photo.
$ 00 $ $
2 WEEKS � Reverse ad
references provided upon re-
quest. Available to start at the
May be digital or print.

$ 50 $
1050 $
1250 $4 a week end of May. Please call Liza at
339-933-2389. UNTIL IT’S SOLD!
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 11

At Your At Your At Your

Service Service Service
Painting Etc.
Home Repairs
Full range carpenters, cabinets, cus-

Specializing in interior/exterior tom built-ins, kitchens, baths, decks, Car & Truck Cleaning/Detailing
flooring, tile, doors, windows, paint- Over 20 years experience.
painting, power washing, gut- ing, basement remodels, home thea-
ters, carpentry, dump runs, Interior-steam cleaning, leather
ters, property management. No job treatments and odor removal,
and window washing. Free es- too small. Quality results. Positive
timates, best prices guaran- attitude. Call Jim Holloway,
Exterior-waxing, polishing and
teed. Fast and reliable service. 781-964-6439 or Rick Shea, compounding. Entire job
Please call Mike, 774-454-7548, 508-224-9036. completed by J. Scott Russell,
781-789-3612. Jr., owner. Local pick-up and
SPRING ..CLEAN..UPS delivery. Gift certificates
Painter Save your back! Spring available. For appointments/
Interior, Exterior, and Power clean-ups, step one fertilization, information, 781-424-9113.
Washing. Over 20 Years Experi- mowings and more...508 889
ence. No job to small. Ask for 3010. www. teetimelandscaping Waterproofing
Shawn (508)584-1970. .com Wet basements made dry. Also,
concrete work: floors, driveways,
Loving, Licensed Child Care
in the Dux/Pemb/Marsh area
At Your At Your The Paint Saint pools, patios, and repair work.
30 years experience. Free esti-
Professional interior/exterior
now has openings!10+yrs ex- Service Service painting, gutter cleaning, roof mates. Call John at
perience. P/T and F/T available. cleaning, power washing and 781-447-9913 or 508- 826-5907.
Summer Camp offered every Small Engine Repair House Cleaning
Also chain saws repaired and Residential house cleaning. Also window washing. Best prices Landscape Construction
Tuesday beginning July. For and service always with a Small scale design and con-
more info, please contact Linda sharpened. Outboards, 15hp or available for errands and house-
under, all types of lawn mowers, sitting. Local references available. smile. Will paint your home like struction specializing in walls,
781-834-3721. it was our own. Call Andrew for walkways, patios and plantings.
welding, small engine repair. We Please call 774-269-2654.
Summer Nanny/Babysitter fix rototillers or can rototill. Avail- your free estimate. One man operation to make
UMass Amherst sophomore ma- able 7 days a week. Free esti- 781-264-3628. Fully insured. sure the job is done right the
joring in Communication Disor- mates. All work guaranteed. Let us do your dirty work! first time, every time. Young,
ders. Has own transportation. Pickup and dropoff available. Call TYC Landscape Propety Maintenance Spring Yard Cleanups reliable, experienced and fast.
Many years of experience with Todd, 781-936-8724. Offering Spring clean-ups,mowing, We specialize in raking and Call Jonathan Hopfgarten,
references provided upon re- fertilizing,pruning,planting,weeding, removing leaves, small trees, 781-706-7031.
Rute Cleaner edging, mulching and more. Over 15 branches and yard debris.
quest. Available to start at the Duxbury. Call Tom for an esti-
Many years of experience with Any and all junk removed, in- Cleaning With Love
end of May. Please call Liza at mate @ 781-934-5023 Or email
excellent references. Specializ- side and out. We also clean Many years of experience. Excel-
ing in house and office clean- gutters and wash windows. lent references. I am looking to
ing. Call anytime for free esti- Please call Mike at clean houses and offices and
mate. Fully insured. Speak with Duxbury Computers 781-789-3612. make them sparkle. Please call
High school freshman with lots of
Humberto, 508-732-0182 or Get expert computer and net- 617-821-8243 (cell).
experience working with kids in-
774-454-4982. working help and advice. Your Summer Nanny Available
cluding Magic Dragon, Soccer Patio & Walkway Restoration
Microsoft Small Business Spe- Responsible and caring third year
Stars and babysitting. References If you have a weedy, sunken
cialist and QuickBooks Pro Ad- college student with own trans-
available. Call Kate at 781 Gutter Cleaning patio/walkway, I can make it
visor in Duxbury. Just call Will portation. Great with kids. Avail-
934-5006. We clean gutters and wash look new! By powerwashing,
Zachmann at Canopus Re- able mid May to mid August. 7
Tree Service windows. We also specialize in lifting sunken areas and
search, Inc., 781-934-9800. years experience, references
Tree removal and pruning. raking and removing leaves, poly-sanding, I can bring your
Skilled aborist with over 20 years small trees, branches and yard available. Contact Jackie at patio/walkway back to “like
Roofing and Siding
experience, UMass degree in Ur- debris. Any and all junk re- Experienced quality work. Licensed
781-771-8873, or email jcoak- new” condition. Call Jonathan
ban Forestry. Free estimates. moved, inside and out. Please and insured. Call Dana for free esti- Hopfgarten, 781-706-7031.
Fully insured. Call Steve at call Mike at 781-789-3612. mate. 339-933-0554. Custom Interior Woodworking
781-733-0429. Alterations and interior finish Summer Nanny
Expert Stump Grinding
work, built-in cabinets and media University of New Hampshire junior
40 years experience. 12” below
systems, historic restoration, pe- is looking for a summer nannying job
grade. Stump cutting specialist. from June - August. Have had previ-
riod design, free design and draft-
Free estimates. Call Bob Reardon ous babysitting experience. Available
ing service. See me at
at 781-826-4774 or cell phone most weekdays and weekends, long
617-694-7233. hours needed. Have transportation,
Call Dave Drew, (h) or (c)
DHS Junior excellent local references. Call Liz at
617-835-9044. 508-335-3970.
High School student experienced
in lawn care, mulch, clean-ups, H2Sew Just Small Jobs
etc. Dump runs with my own Custom home furnishings sewn Skilled craftsman solves your
truck. References available. by former Boston costume de- repair needs. Call Jim at (339)
339-832-1077. David McCarthy signer. Choose window treat- 832-0244.
ments, home furnishings and
Furniture Repair alterations at rates you can af- Take Your Marketing Plan to the
From family heirlooms to Ethan ford. Call Hilary to discuss your Next Level with Video/Audio. I’m
Allen... tables, chairs, cabinets, project. Also offering private an experienced voice-over artist
and bookcases to kitchen cabi- sewing lessons beginner to ad- and video editor here to help your
nets. If it is broken - we can fix vanced. 617-869-6499 or visit business stand apart from the
it. Call Ken, 781-585-7541. competition. From producing a
video about the services you offer
to voicing your radio/TV
SUDOKU ANSWERS commercials and phone systems,
I can assist you in reaching more
consumers. Check out my
website or
contact me at voiceovermorag

Boat Maintenance
Mass Maritime Academy student
will do boat maintenance jobs in-
cluding epoxying, gel-coat, paint-
ing, power washing, instrument
installation, engine work and
trailer work. Prices are negotia-
ble. Call James, 781-217-8976.
Private Swim Instructor
At Your Pool. Experienced swim
instructor of 8 years. Has been
teaching at the Percy Walker Pool
for over 5 years. Will teach in the
privacy of your own pool. Ages
3+. $20 per half hour. Refer-
ences upon request. Email Gaby
12 Duxbury Clipper Wednesday, April 20, 2011

At Your Planes, Train Planes, Train

Service & Automobiles & Automobiles
Have Truck 3rd Marine Yard Sale
College students have truck and And Open House, May 7th from
will help move or dispose of 10-2pm, rain or shine at Jesse’s
household items. Need help Marine, 22 Lothrop St, Plymouth
cleaning out basement, attic, Wanna make some $$$? Bring in
garage, bedroom? How about your boat "STUFF" today on con-
dump runs, stacking wood, signment and we will also tag it
cleaning yard or interior for the sale. Last year was a
painting? Call Shawn, Halmatic 8.80 Motor Sailer great success! Questions?
339-933-0804, 781-934-9449. You could buy a new 14’ out- (508)746-0037
board or, for the same price, my
Removal motor sailer which sleeps 5 in
Power Boat Wanted
Nasty vines, sheds, boats, full-length berths. Recently rebuilt Not using your boat much lately?
stumps, brush, pools, brick and 40HP diesel engine, 3 sails, shal- Local family looking to charter/pur-
rubble, appliances, swing sets. low draft. Galley, head, equipped. chase a gently used, approx. 20’
Insured men promptly removing Ideal for local waters. $11,900. power boat for use on Duxbury Bay.
781-934-6575. (We have a private mooring). Please
junque. Many years of local
service. Call Chuck T.,
At Your At Your call 781-820-7234.
781-424-8844. Service Service
Affordable Roofing
Weight Loss Challenge Got Rot?
Roofs starting at $4,000, re-
Join our weight loss challenge. Repair or replace rotted trim
pairs starting at $50. Residen-
Local classes starting in your around your house. Window sills,
tial/Commercial. Also very af-
area. Be this summer's biggest corner boards, facia boards, sills,
fordable vinyl siding, bathroom
loser. Call 781-826-9170 to deckboards, replacement or res-
& kitchen remodeling. Call for
pre-register or for more infor- toration. Large or small jobs. Call
free estimate - 781-733-2156.
mation. One class of 8 people Ken, 781-585-7541.
On completion of job, get a 32”
plasma TV (excludes repairs). lost 916 lbs. Come and hear Junk Busters
their stories. Junk removal, specializing in
Building/Remodeling cleanouts of basements,
Summer Nanny Available
Fine interior and exterior car- Dependable with 3 years experience.
garages, attics, yard debris,
pentry, kitchen/bath design and CPR and First Aid certified. Psychol- odds and ends. We also
construction. Historic and older ogy major at Fairfield University avail- specialize in carpentry,
homes our specialty. Screen able Monday - Friday, beginning June painting, gutter work, and
porches, 3 season rooms, all 1, with own transportation to drive window washing. Best prices,
types of projects and repairs. your children for summer activities. free estimates. Please call or
Neat, clean, professional. Cell# Contact Kira at 339-793-3094. leave a message for Mike,
339-788-7435 781-789-3612.
Paul's Handyman Service
Window And Gutter Cleaning Experienced in carpentry, paint-
Let local firefighters brighten your ing, hardwood and tile flooring, Planes, Train
day! Residential and storefront. kitchen and bath remodeling,win-
Pressure washing - house, patio, dows, decks, plumbing repairs, & Automobiles
deck, etc. Free gutter cleaning landscaping, and all other jobs
with every full house window job. around the house. No job to
Reasonable rates. References small. Also a full line of power
available. Fully insured. Keith washing services. Call Paul at
McWalter. 781-340-5183 or 781-422-6500.
Plantation Shutters & Blinds Child Care provider
Hunter Douglas blinds and Responsible, loving, caring 3rd
shutters. Specializing in plan- year college student looking for
tation shutters in real wood, position as a mother’s helper or Sail $2,200
composite, and vinyl. Free babysitter. Has great references, 1988 Hunter '23 Free winter
in-home consultation, free in- own car, available May 15th . storage. Nissan 8.9 outboard;
stallation. Call for in-home Please call Jen 781-588-5363 Three sails; Free boat stands.
quote. We offer lowest prices Available in Duxbury for viewing.
on shutters and blinds. Call Kevin, 781-296-3878 or Ron,
Absolute Removal
781-985-5480 Frugalblind- 781-724-1270. Call Now Toll Free Pager: 508.866.6860
Large or small cleanouts of base- ments, attics, sheds, yards. Small
construction sites. Storage units. Grady White Marlin 28' 1990
Business Social Networking We do the work or you can make This is a rock-solid cruising fishing
Grow your business with Social a pile and we’ll take it away. Fast machine with a broad beam (10'7")
Networking! Let us do the work, reliable service seven days/week. offering unsurpassed quality and
call us today for a free Free estimates. 781-588-4036. proven owner satisfaction. Cabin fea-
consultation! Erica LaFrance tures compact galley with fridge,
South Shore. stand-up head forward V-berth (coil
781-812-3412 Piano Tuning mattress) and aft berth. Great for
Martin Snow, RPT, Craftsman cruising the Islands!! Call Bill,
Member Piano Technicians Guild, 781-956-8922
Advanced Landscaping plus complete piano rebuilding
Landscape services include: service, sales. 781-837-6531. Selling your car or boat?
immaculate spring cleanup, For less than the cost of a tank of
chainsaw work and brush gas you can reach more than
disposal, pristine lawn main- Summer Vacation Child Care
Responsible, caring college 10,000 potential buyers in the
tenance, pruning and hedge Clipper.Classifieds. To place your
trimming, contoured edging, graduate available for summer
child care. Former camp coun- ad call 781-934-2811 or visit us
mulch and stone, fertilizing, on the web at www.duxburyclip-
and irrigation activation. De- selor, live-in/live-out nanny. Ex-
perience with all ages, newborn
pendable and professional
to preteen. Own transportation Boat for Sale 2001 Blue Fin
service, excellent communi-
provided. Non-smoker, com- 200HP Mercury CC call Larry -
cation, competitive prices, all
fortable around pets. Refer- 781 293 7509.
with a smile! Call Paul for a
free estimate. Fully insured, ences available. Call Anne at
no job too big or small. 617 633 6301.
Michael’s Windows & Gutter
Nanny, Teacher Lifeguard Cleaning
I am a 23 year old grad student A local service. Windows start at
and Duxbury resident, certified $5 each. Also, repair loose and
teacher and lifeguard. Tons of ex- leaking gutters, and can install Economical ‘89 19’ Midland
perience and looking for a fun with Karavan roller trailer, 90hp Mer-
gutter screens. Also, repair win-
family. I have my own car, clean cury outboard motor, fish finder,
dow and door screens. (A great VHF, power winch. $4500 or b/o.
driving record and a beach gift idea!) I answer my phone. HOW TO PLAY: Each row must contain the numbers 1 to 9; each
Call 781-293-2239. column must contain the numbers 1 to 9, and each set of 3 by 3
sticker! Call Lucy, (203) Cell 508-523-9927.
644-2277 boxes must contain the numbers 1 to 9.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Duxbury Clipper 13

Planes, Train Legal Legal

& Automobiles Notices Notices
place noted above. Written accompanying materials in an
comments may be submitted accessible format. Requests
to the Board of Appeals, 878 for accommodation to partici-
Tremont Street, Duxbury, pate in the public hearing
MA 02332 no later than 7:30 should be made at least three
p.m. on April 28, 2011. Any business days in advance by
1973 Orange Corvette Stingray individual with a disability contacting Danielle Brandon
T-tops, 350 engine, Automatic, may request accommodation at (781) 934-1100, ext. 122.
66,000 miles, New leather tan in- in order to participate in the
terior, New Stereo system w/ CD, public hearing and may re- Judith A. Barrett, Chair
New Gas tank & Carb, Runs quest the application and any Board of Appeals
great. Call Lindy 508-400-3855. accompanying materials in an
accessible format. Requests Adv:4/13/11-4/20/11
O’Day 20’ Sailboat for accommodation to partici- Case #11-06
Fiberglass, has main, jib, and genoa pate in the public hearing
sails, cushions, good conditions,
port-o-potty. Sleeps 4. No trailer. Legal Legal should be made at least three
business days in advance by
2D - April 13, 20, ‘11
Fun to sail. $2900. Call Matt.
508-746-8115. Notices Notices contacting Danielle Brandon
ity to foreclose said mortgage benefits of the Servicemem- at (781) 934-1100, ext. 122. TOWN OF
in the manner following: by bers Civil Relief Act as DUXBURY
Judith A. Barrett,
entry and possession and ex- amended and you object to
ercise of power of sale. If you such foreclosure you or your
are entitled to the benefits of attorney should file a written Board of Appeals APPEALS
the Servicemembers Civil Re- appearance and answer in NOTICE OF
lief Act and you object to said court at Boston on or be- Adv:4/13/11-4/20/11 PUBLIC HEARING
Audi A4 Quattro such foreclosure you or your fore MAY 30 2011 or you Case #11-05
2006 Audi A4 Quattro For Sale. attorney should file a written may be forever barred from
Great condition. 63,000 miles. 2D - April 13, 20, ‘11 The Board of Appeals will
appearance and answer in said claiming that such foreclosure
Loaded, GPS, leather, auto- hold a public hearing in the
matic, XM radio. Lovingly
court at Boston on or before is invalid under said act.
maintained. New tires. $18,000. the 16th day of May, 2011 or Witness, KARYN F. TOWN OF Mural Room at Town Hall,
you may be forever barred SCHEIER, Chief Justice of DUXBURY 878 Tremont Street, on April
Please call 781-934- 6396.
from claiming that such fore- said Court on APR 12 2011 28, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. to con-
18' Marshall Sanderling Catboat
BOARD OF sider the application of the
closure is invalid under said
1974 catboat; 6 HP Yamaha out- act. Attest: APPEALS Historic O'Neil Farm, Inc. for
board, 1994 trailer included; both Witness, KARYN F. DEBORAH J. a special permit under Arti-
trailer and boat updated; Pres- cles 400, 600 and 900, Sec-
ently on mooring In Duxbury;
said Court this 1st day of RECORDER tions 601.4, 601.6 and 906.2
$11,000. Call 781-934-6417
April, 2011. 201101-1033-YEL
PUBLIC HEARING of the Duxbury Protective By-
law. The property is located at
1999 Ford Explorer 4x4
Attest: 1D - April 20, ‘11 The Board of Appeals will 144 Winter Street, Parcel No.
for sale $2400. Black, 8-cyl, a/c,
sunroof, am/fm/cd, recent tires, Deborah J. Patterson hold a public hearing in the 110-416-000 of the Duxbury
brakes, battery. 136k miles. Recorder Mural Room at Town Hall, Assessors Map, consisting of
Runs well. Call Ron TOWN OF 878 Tremont Street, on 75.483 acres in the Residen-
781-724-1270. 1D - April 20, ‘11 Thursday, April 28, 2011at tial Compatibility and owned
DUXBURY 7:30 p.m. to consider the ap- by Historic O'Neil Farm, Inc.,
BOARD OF plication of Duxbury Yacht c/o Patricia P. Loring, Treas-
Everything Else THE APPEALS Club, Inc., for a special per- urer, P.O. Box 2755, Dux-
Under the Sun COMMONWEALTH mit under Article(s) 400, 600, bury, MA 02331. The appli-
and 900, Sections 401.2, cant proposes to erect a 30” x
Found 2 Kyaks on Beach 410.3, 603, 906.2, and 906.5 36” x 5' freestanding, un-
Two Kyaks washed up on the MASSACHUSETTS PUBLIC HEARING of the Duxbury Protective By- lighted, double-faced sign.
beach during the winter. (SEAL) law. The property is located at The application may be
Owner(s) can claim by identifying
same. Call 781-934-5996.
LAND COURT 489 Washington Street, Parcel viewed in the Inspectional
The Board of Appeals will Services Department between
DEPARTMENT OF hold a public hearing in the
No. 180-177-000 of the Dux-
Legal THE TRIAL COURT Mural Room at Town Hall,
bury Assessors Map, consist-
ing of 40,393 sq ft. in the
the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
1:00 p.m., or by appointment.
Notices 878 Tremont Street, on Residential Compatibility dis- Any person wishing to
Case No. 445209 Thursday, April 28, 2011 at trict and owned by Duxbury comment on the applicant's
COMMONWEALTH To: 7:30 p.m. to consider the ap- Yacht Club, 23 Mattakeeset proposal should appear at
OF Catherine M. Callahan; plication of Ms. Lauren B. Court, Duxbury, MA 02332. public hearing at the time and
MASSACHUSETTS Timothy R. Callahan Callahan for a special permit The applicant proposes to place noted above. Written
and to all persons entitled under Article(s) 400 and 900, make alterations to an exist- comments may be submitted
(SEAL) to the benefit of the Service- Section(s) 401.2, 401.4, to the Board of Appeals, 878
ing residence and accessory
LAND COURT members Civil Relief 401.9, 410.4 and 906.2 of the garage/bunkhouse and to use Tremont Street, Duxbury,
DEPARTMENT OF Act. Duxbury Protective Bylaw. the lot and structures for a pri- MA 02332 no later than 7:00
US Bank National Associa- The property is located at 12 p.m. on April 28, 2011. Any
THE TRIAL COURT Bay Avenue, Parcel
vate club, administrative and
tion as Trustee claiming to be business offices, and acces- individual with a disability
the holder of a Mortgage cov- No.212-901-075 of the Dux- sory parking. The application may request accommodation
Case No.444464 ering real property in Dux- bury Assessors Map, consist- in order to participate in the
may be viewed in the Inspec-
To: bury, numbered 515 Tremont ing of 11,571 sq ft. in the public hearing and may re-
tional Services Department
Alethea A. Loring Street given by Catherine Residential Compatibility dis- quest the application and any
between the hours of 8:00
and to all persons entitled M. Callahan and Timothy R. trict and owned by Ms Lauren accompanying materials in an
a.m. and 1:00 p.m., or by ap-
to the benefit of the Service- Callahan to Mortgage Elec- B. Callahan, P.O. Box 957, accessible format. Requests
members Civil Relief Act: tronic Registration Systems, Duxbury, MA 02331. The ap- for accommodation to partici-
Any person wishing to
OneWest Bank, FSB claiming Inc., dated October 28, 2005, plicant proposes to move the pate in the public hearing
comment on the applicant's
to be the holder of mortgage and registered with the Ply- house out of the velocity should be made at least three
proposal should appear at
covering real property in mouth County Registry Dis- zone, raze the existing garage, business days in advance by
public hearing at the time and
Duxbury, numbered 9 Church trict of the Land Court as and construct a new contacting Danielle Brandon
place noted above. Written
Street given by Alethea A. Document No.595691 and garage/addition. The appli- at (781) 934-1100, ext. 122.
comments may be submitted
Loring to Mortgage Elec- noted on Certificate of Title cation may be viewed in the to the Board of Appeals, 878
tronic Registration Systems, No. 108192 has filed with Inspectional Services Depart- Tremont Street, Duxbury,
Inc., dated October 21, 2005, said court a complaint for ment between the hours of Judith A. Barrett, Chair
MA 02332 no later than 7:30
Recorded with the Plymouth authority to foreclose said 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., or by Board of Appeals
p.m. on April 28, 2011. Any
County Registry of Deeds at mortgage in the manner fol- appointment. individual with a disability
Book 31643, Page 181, and lowing: by entry and posses- Any person wishing to Adv:4/13/11-4/20/11
may request accommodation
now held by plaintiff by as- sion and exercise of power of comment on the applicant's Case #11-04
in order to participate in the
signment has filed with said sale. proposal should appear at public hearing and may re-
court a complaint for author- If you are entitled to the public hearing at the time and 2D - April 13, 20, ‘11
quest the application and any
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NOTICE OF the event of an error in this Plan Nos. 22298A and
MORTGAGEE'S publication. 22298E.
Other terms, if any, to be Plaintiffs admit the
SALE OF announced at the sale. above-described land is sub-
REAL ESTATE WELLS FARGO BANK, ject to an easement for bitu-
N.A. Present holder of said minous driveway, and an
By virtue and in execution mortgage easement for flagstone walk-
of the Power of Sale con- way.
tained in a certain mortgage By its Attorneys, Plaintiffs also admit the
given by Kathleen S. Dobens HARMON LAW above-described land is sub-
and Charles T. Dobens to OFFICES, P.C. ject to a 30 ft. wide right of
Mortgage Electronic Registra- 150 California Street way, as shown on Land Court
tion Systems, Inc. as Nominee Newton, MA 02458 Plan No. 22298A, subject to
for First Ohio Banc & Lend- (617) 558-0500 easements contained in Book
ing Inc., dated January 19, 201010-0877 - BLU 12108, Page 126 (delineated
2007 and recorded with the Legal Legal 3D - April 13, 20, 27, ‘11
in Book 4628, Page 343).
Plymouth County Registry of The above-described land
Deeds in Book 34012, Page Notices Notices is shown on a plan filed with
317 of which mortgage Deut- sale. The balance is to be paid WESTERLY by Lots 151 said complaint and all bound-
sche Bank National Trust by certified or bank check at and 150 as shown on the plan COMMONWEALTH ary lines are claimed to be lo-
Company, as Trustee for No- ABLITT | SCOFIELD, 304 hereinafter mentioned, by a OF cated on the ground as shown
vaStar Mortgage Funding Cambridge Road, Woburn, line running through the mid- MASSACHUSETTS on said plan.
Trust, Series 2007-1 is the Massachusetts 01801, other dle of a thirty foot way known If you desire to make any
present holder, by assign- terms and conditions will be as Ocean Road, thirty-three objection or defense to said
ment, for breach of the condi- provided at the place of sale. (33) feet; LAND COURT complaint you or your attor-
tions of said mortgage and for The description of the prem- NORTHERLY by Lot 122 (SEAL) ney must file a written ap-
the purpose of foreclosing, ises contained in said mort- on said plan; DEPARTMENT OF pearance and an answer under
the same will be sold at Pub- gage shall control in the event EASTERLY by Massachu- oath, setting forth clearly and
lic Auction at 10:00 AM on of an error in this publication. setts Bay abouth thirty-three
THE TRIAL COURT specifically your objections or
May 4, 2011, on the mort- OTHER TERMS, IF ANY, (33) feet; and defense to each part of said
gaged premises located at 30 TO BE ANNOUNCED AT SOUTHERLY by Lot 124 CITATION complaint, in the office of the
Parkers Grove Lane, Dux- THE SALE. Present holder of on said plan. 09 Reg. Case No. 43437 Recorder of said Court in
bury, MA , all and singular said mortgage, Deutsche Said land is shown as Lot Plaintiff: Caso et al Boston (at 3 Pemberton
the premises described in said Bank National Trust Com- 123, Sheet 2, on subdivision Square, Room 507, Boston,
mortgage, TO WIT: A certain pany, as Trustee for NovaStar plan #11907D, drawn by De- To Robert E. Fallon, Shir- MA 02108), or in the office
parcel of land with the build- Mortgage Funding Trust, Se- lano & Keith, C.E., dated Oc- ley J. Fallon, Rowland P. of the Assistant Recorder of
ings thereon situated in Dux- ries 2007-1 By its Attorneys, tober 5, 1940, and filed with McKinley Jr. and Alice R. said Court at the Registry of
bury, Plymouth County, Mas- ABLITT | SCOFIELD 304 Certificate of Title No. 7315. McKinley both Trustees of Deeds at Plymouth, in the
sachusetts, being Lot B as Cambridge Road Woburn, For mortgagor's(s') title see Rowland P. McKinley Jr. County of Plymouth, where a
shown on a Massachusetts 01801 Tele- deed registered with Ply- Revocable Trust, John C. copy of the plan filed with
plan of land entitled, phone: 781-246-8995 Fax: mouth County Registry Dis- Brink and Betsy B. Brink said complaint is deposited,
"Parkers Grove Definitive 781-246-8994 trict of the Land Court as both Trustees of JBB Realty on or before the sixteenth day
Subdivision Plan in Duxbury, 4/13/2011 4/20/2011 Document No. 615345, as Trust, Leo T. Chylack, Jr. and of May next.
Massachusetts, owned by 4/27/2011 182.0800 noted on Certificate of Title Sara Chylack both Trustees of Unless an appearance is so
Ruth H. Haslett Realty Trust No. 109942. Chylack Realty Trust, Sally S. filed by or for you, your de-
prepared for North Triangle 3D - April 13, 20, 27, ‘11 These premises will be Bouthillier, Henrietta F. Mey- fault will be recorded, the said
Realty trust, September 9, sold and conveyed subject to ers, Oliver R. Scott, Ann complaint will be taken as
1997, prepared by Flaherty, and with the benefit of all Marie Oliver and Claire E. confessed and you will be for-
Stefani & Bracken, Inc., 67 NOTICE OF rights, rights of way, restric- Lewis, all of Duxbury, ever barred from contesting
Samoset Street, Plymouth, MORTGAGEE'S tions, easements, covenants, County of Plymouth, and said said complaint or any judg-
MA 02360," which plan is re- SALE OF liens or claims in the nature of Commonwealth; The Coop- ment entered thereon.
corded with Plymouth County liens, improvements, public erative Bank, a duly existing WITNESS, KARYN F.
Registry of Deeds as Plan No.
REAL ESTATE corporation, having an usual SCHEIER, Chief Justice of
assessments, any and all un-
512 of 1998 to which plan paid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, place of business in Boston, said Court, this seventh day of
reference is made for a more By virtue and in execution County of Suffolk, and said April, in the year two thou-
of the Power of Sale con- water and sewer liens and any
particular description. For other municipal assessments Commonwealth; and to all sand eleven.
mortgagor's title see deed re- tained in a certain mortgage whom it may concern:
given by Paul G. Fusco to or liens or existing encum-
corded with the Plymouth brances of record which are in Whereas, a complaint has DEBORAH J.
County Registry of Deeds in Mortgage Electronic Registra- been presented to said Court PATTERSON
tion Systems, Inc., dated De- force and are applicable, hav-
Book 18872, Page 50. These ing priority over said mort- by David M. Caso and Debo- RECORDER
premises will be sold and cember 12, 2006 and regis- rah J. Caso, of said Duxbury,
tered with the Plymouth gage, whether or not refer-
conveyed subject to and with ence to such restrictions, to register and confirm their From the office of: Sara E.
the benefit of all rights, rights County Registry District of title in the following de- Dulong, Esquire, Topkins &
the Land Court as Document easements, improvements,
of way, restrictions, ease- liens or encumbrances is scribed land: Bevans, 255 Bear Hill Road,
ments, right of ways, cove- No.615346 as noted on Cer- A certain parcel of land Waltham, MA 02451
tificate of Title No. 109942, made in the deed.
nants, liens or claims in the TERMS OF SALE: with the buildings thereon,
nature of liens, improve- of which mortgage Wells situate in said Duxbury, 3D - April 13. 20, 27, ‘11
Fargo Bank, N.A. is the pre- A deposit of Ten Thousand
ments, public assessments, ($10,000.00 ) Dollars by cer- bounded and described as fol-
any and all unpaid taxes, tax sent holder, for breach of the lows:
tified or bank check will be
titles, tax liens, water and conditions of said mortgage
required to be paid by the pur- Southerly by Bradford NOTICE OF
and for the purpose of fore-
sewer liens and any other mu-
closing, the same will be sold chaser at the time and place of Road, 208.12 feet; MORTGAGEE'S
nicipal assessments or liens or sale. The balance is to be Southwesterly, Northerly SALE OF
existing encumbrances of re- at Public Auction at 5:00 p.m. and Northeasterly by land
paid by certified or bank
cord which are in force and on May 11, 2011, on the
check at Harmon Law Of- now or formerly of Ann REAL ESTATE
are mortgaged premises located Marie Oliver, 124.60 feet,
at 19 Ocean Road South, fices, P.C., 150 California
applicable, having priority Street, Newton, Massachu- 155.68 feet and 132.88 feet, By virtue and in execution
over said mortgage, whether Duxbury, Plymouth County, respectively; and of the Power of Sale con-
Massachusetts, all and singu- setts 02458, or by mail to
or not reference to such re- P.O. Box 610389, Newton Easterly by land now or tained in a certain mortgage
strictions, easements, im- lar the premises described in formerly of Deborah J. Caso, given by Robert D. Perry and
said mortgage, Highlands, Massachusetts
provements, liens or encum- 02461-0389, within thirty 34.94 feet. Lisa M. Perry to Citizens
brances is made in the deed. TO WIT: Said land is shown as Lot 2 Mortgage Corporation, dated
That certain parcel of land (30) days from the date of
TERMS OF SALE: A deposit sale. Deed will be provided on a plan hereinafter men- December 6, 2002 and re-
of TEN THOUSAND DOL- situated in Duxbury, Ply- tioned. corded with the Plymouth
mouth County, Common- to purchaser for recording
LARS ($10,000.00) by certi- upon receipt in full of the pur- Plaintiffs claim as appurte- County Registry of Deeds at
fied or bank check will be re- wealth of Massachusetts, with nant to the above described Book 23609, Page 239, of
the buildings thereon, chase price. The description
quired to be paid by the pur- of the premises contained in land the 30 ft. wide right of which mortgage US Bank Na-
chaser at the time and place of bounded and described as fol- way, as shown on Land Court tional Association as succes-
lows: said mortgage shall control in
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Notices Notices
sor Trustee to Wachovia Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100
Bank, National Association, or such other time as may be
as Trustee for Wells Fargo designated by mortgagee. The
Asset Securities Corporation, description for the premises
Mortgage Pass-Through Cer- contained in said mortgage
tificates Series 2005-AR16 is shall control in the event of a
the present holder, for breach typographical error in this
of the conditions of said mort- publication.” SALE
gage and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will be Other terms to be an- BEAT THE ELEMENTS WITH
sold at Public Auction at nounced at the sale. OUR “UMBRELLA POLICY”
12:00 p.m. on May 11, 2011, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as If your garage sale, craft
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TO WIT: US BANK wit: 321 Billerica Road
Lot B as shown on a plan
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Suite 210
Chelmsford, MA
in Duxbury, MA prepared for SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE BURY, MA A certain parcel 01824-4100 DON’T LET IT RAIN
Gerald R. White, Trustee, TO WACHOVIA BANK, of land situated on both sides (978) 256-1500 ON YOUR PARADE!
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wealth, being shown on plan
entitled "Plan of Land in Dux-
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of 2001 and recorded with SECURITIES bury dated March 26, 1962, to 3W-April 6, 13, 20, ‘11
Plymouth County Registry of CORPORATION, be recorded herewith. Said
Deeds in Plan Book 44, Page MORTGAGE parcel is further bounded and
167. Being a portion of the PASS-THROUGH described according to said
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deed dated February 9, 2001 SERIES by land now or formerly of SALE OF
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mouth County Registry of
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ty Registry of Deeds in Book $3995 INCLUDES

force and are applicable, hav- REAL ESTATE Deeds in Book 33886, Page 37891, Page 222, for breach Customer must supply photo.
May be digital or print.
ing priority over said mort- 189-190. of conditions of said mort-
gage, whether or not refer- By virtue of and in execu- The premises will be sold gage and for the purpose of GUARANTEED
ence to such restrictions, tion of the Power of Sale con- subject to any and all unpaid foreclosing the same, the UNTIL IT’S SOLD!
easements, improvements, tained in a certain mortgage taxes and other municipal as- mortgaged premises located
liens or encumbrances is given by Elmira Wheeler to sessments and liens, and sub-
made in the deed.
Option One Mortgage Corpo-
ration, dated March 26, 2007
ject to prior liens or other en-
forceable encumbrances of re- TREASURE CHEST
A deposit of Fifteen Thou- and recorded at Plymouth cord entitled to precedence
sand ($15,000.00 ) Dollars by County Registry of Deeds in over this mortgage, and sub-
certified or bank check will Book 34316, Page 253 of ject to and with the benefit of
be required to be paid by the which mortgage Wells Fargo all easements, restrictions,
purchaser at the time and Bank, N.A., as Trustee for the reservations and conditions of
place of sale. The balance is Certificateholders of Sound- record and subject to all ten-
to be paid by certified or bank view Home Loan Trust ancies and/or rights of parties
check at Harmon Law Of- 2007-OPT1, Asset-Backed in possession.
fices, P.C., 150 California Certificates, Series Terms of the Sale: Cash,
Street, Newton, Massachu- 2007-OPT1 is the present cashier’s or certified check in
setts 02458, or by mail to holder by assignment Re- the sum of $5,000.00 as a de-
P.O. Box 610389, Newton corded at Plymouth County posit must be shown at the
Highlands, Massachusetts Registry of Deeds in Book time and place of the sale in
02461-0389, within thirty 39203, Page 101, for breach order to qualify as a bidder
(30) days from the date of of conditions of said mort- (the mortgage holder and its
sale. Deed will be provided gage and for the purpose of designee(s) are exempt from Sell those treasures in your attic with our guaranteed
to purchaser for recording foreclosing the same, the this requirement); high bidder classified deal. Your package includes full exposure in
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You may change prices, wording or remove items, but new items cannot be added. Limit of 50 words.

said mortgage shall control in Public Auction at 10:00 A.M. payable in cash or by certified PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY
the event of an error in this on May 3, 2011, at the mort- check in thirty (30) days from
$39 95 NOW
publication. gaged premises, more particu- the date of the sale at the of-
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announced at the sale. Customer must supply photo. May be digital or print.
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at 110 DeLorenzo Drive, ley, Reg. Surveyor, duly re- all easements, restrictions, days from the date of the sale CitiMortgage, Inc.
Duxbury, MA 02332 will be corded with the Plymouth reservations and conditions at the offices of mortgagee’s Korde & Associates, P.C.
sold at a Public Auction at County Registry of Deeds as of record and subject to all attorney, Korde & 321 Billerica Road
5:00PM on April 27, 2011, at Plan No. 570 of 1966, in tenancies and/or rights of Associates, P.C., Suite 210
the mortgaged premises, Plan parties in possession. 321 Billerica Road, Suite Chelmsford, MA
more Book 14, Page 122. Terms of the Sale: Cash, 210, 01824-4100
particularly described below, For mortgagor’s title see cashier’s or certified check Chelmsford, MA 01824- (978) 256-1500
all and singular the premises deed recorded with the Ply- in the sum of $5,000.00 as a 4100 (CMI 09-055245 )(Ma-
described in said mortgage, mouth County Registry of deposit must be shown at the or such other time as may be honey)(04-06-11, 04-13-11,
to Deeds in Book 21158, Page time and place of the sale in designated by mortgagee. 04-20-11)(268101)
wit: 86. order to qualify as a bidder The
That certain parcel of land The premises will be sold (the mortgage holder and its description for the premises 3D - April 6, 13, 20, ‘11
situated in Duxbury, Ply- subject to any and all unpaid designee(s) are exempt from contained in said mortgage
mouth County, Massachu- taxes and other municipal as- this requirement); high shall control in the event of a
setts, described as follows: sessments and liens, and sub- bidder to sign written typographical error in this
Lot 29 as shown on a plan ject to prior liens or other en- Memorandum of Sale upon publication.”
entitled " Samoset Village", forceable encumbrances of acceptance of Other terms to be an-
Summer & Cross Streets, record entitled to precedence bid; balance of purchase nounced at the sale.
Duxbury, Mass.," dated May over this mortgage, and sub- price payable in cash or by
23, 1966, by Robert C. Bai- ject to and with the benefit of certified check in thirty (30)


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Proudly Serving all of Duxbury
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Happy Easter! A name

you can trust.


Chocolates in the shape of chickens, eggs, fish and
lobsters, filled with small chocolates (friture) Custom Homes

Our French Tradition continues...
Easter Nest Cakes – chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, Remodeling
and chocolate butter cream - topped with jelly beans!
Project Management
Available in seven inch or individual size.
Waterfront Improvements
Tutti Fruitti Tart – Fresh Fruit and French Custard
beautiful and delicious for the family gathering.

Don't forget our array of croissants for Easter morning Yard Maintenance
or dinner rolls with your Easter Dinner. Patios/Walkways/Walls

Masonry Walls


Sprinkler Systems
459 Washington St. Duxbury, MA
781-934-9020 Shawn Dahlen & Co., Inc.
Please place your order early. We will be open Easter Sunday until 2:00 PM Serving Duxbury Residents 7UHPRQW6WUHHW‡'X[EXU\0$
for your fresh order pick up. Since 1970. 3‡&

The Law Offices of Thomas H. Tucker

& Welch & Donohoe, LLP

“For all your Real Estate and Estate Planning Matters”

Thomas H. Tucker, Esq.
Melissa C. Donohoe, Esq.
Wade M. Welch, Esq.
781-934-8200 or 781-934-9964

Over 95 years combined experience and half a billion dollars closed in real estate
Duxbury Boston

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