Bruce Barrett, Sr. (left), will complete his final term as a Selectman for Thomaston and retire this coming November. First Selectman Ed V. Mone and Selectman Roger Perreault presented Mr. Barrett with an Outstanding Public Service award in appreciation for his 10 years of service to the town. (Chamberlain photo)
THOMASTON — Thomaston resident Will Cummings is continuing the historic plaque project that he has been working on for more than two years. This past month, Mr. Cummings gave a presentation to the Thomaston Rotary Club to explain his project. His idea came from a trip he took to St. Andrews in New Brunswick, Canada. He noticed many buildings had plaques on them. Each plaque gave a brief history of the building. This sparked his idea to do a similar program in Thomaston.
WATERTOWN — Watertown Foundation President Margaret Durkee presided over the 94th annual meeting on Wednesday, October 2 at the Watertown Golf Club. Following the meeting and a reception, the annual dinner featured an awards presentation to former State Rep. Brian Flaherty, who was honored for his continued commitment to the community.
WATERTOWN - After starting October with a draw against Holy Cross High School in their annual ‘Pink Night” fundraiser for Breast Cancer awareness, the Watertown High School girls soccer team went about their business on the field in a most convincing way, tearing off a four-game winning streak during which Melissa Ciarlo’s defending NVL champions outscored their opponents, 25-0.
WATERTOWN — As part of its Music for a While concert series, Taft School will host a performance with three renowned musicians at 7 p.m. Friday, October 18 in the school’s Woodward Chapel, 25 The Green. Pianist Andrew Armstrong, clarinetist Romie de Guise-Langlois and cellist Edward Arron will perform “Rhapsody” on clarinet and piano, “Spiegel im Spiegel” on cello and piano and “Trio” for clarinet, cello and piano.
ROXBURY — This weekend just might turn out to be peak foliage time, and you’d be hard pressed to find a better place to enjoy it than Toplands Farm.Located on a Roxbury hilltop at 102 Painter Rd., the iconic 600-acre farm offers sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. By a stroke of luck, the farm will be open to visitors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, October 19, rain or shine for the sixth annual Open House and Tractor Show.