Saturday, February 9, 2013
Will you need help shoveling after the storm? Or, are you offering shoveling services? Let's try and help out our Medfield neighbors during the blizzard.
Will you need shoveling out after the storm? Are you a student looking to make some money shoveling today or tomorrow? Let's get a list started of people offering shoveling/plow services. Post your info here in the comment section below. If you know someone who needs shoveling or wants to offer shoveling, have them post in the comment section below!
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Here is a look at the names of community members in the region who have passed away recently.
The following obituaries were taken from www.legacy.com Dover Mary (Dawes) Armknecht, Nov. 25. Former selectman and national horticulture judge. Jane McIntosh Sheldon, 96, Nov. 18. Founding member of the Ponkapoag Pony Club, lifelong member of the Norfolk Hunt Club, inspiration for The Jane M. Sheldon Perpetual Challenge Trophy. Sherborn Renate (Rennie) Aschaffenburg Christensen, 83, Nov. 30. Lived in Sherborn for 36 years, avid knitter and crocheter, longtime choir member, great sense of humor. Warren Himmelberger, 90, Nov. 5. Worked at Sherborn Post Office, keen sense of justice, served in World War II as a Navy weatherman. Medfield Mae L. (Kingsbury) Centore, 70, Nov. 20. Lived in Medfield for many years. Celebrated her 50th wedding …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Washek lost her battle with cancer on Sunday, Dec. 2. Calling hours will be on Wednesday at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church of Weston, and a service will be held on Thursday at the same location.
A wife and mother and volunteering icon has died after a 10-year battle with cancer. Pam Washek, the co-founder of the Wayland Angel Food Network (now the Neighbor Brigade), passed away Dec. 2, according to an obituary published on Boston.com. Today, Wayland's chapter of Neighbor Brigade is just one of more than 30 in the state of Massachusetts. There is also a chapter operating in Nashua, N.H., as the only non-Massachusetts chapter at this time. The Medfield Neighbor Brigade chapter was founded in the fall of 2010 (the group started at the Medfield Angels earlier that year). Medfield founders Laurie Nealon and Kathleen Cahill sent a message to the Medfield Angels on Monday to share the news. "Pam started the Wayland Angels in 2001 and …