Notice from Alfred Thomas Funeral Home
Lynch, Christopher Joseph, age 25, suddenly, of Milton, October 20. Beloved son of Ellenmarie (O’Donnell) & Bernard J. Lynch of Milton. Brother of Michael, Matthew & Connor Lynch all of Milton. Grandson of Bernard J. Lynch, III of Milton & the late Marion R. & Teresa O’Donnell of West Roxbury & the late Michael.
Milton cast Members include (L toR) Ken Carberry, Jr., Ken Carberry Sr., Alex Dhima and Jay Morise
The Milton Players’ fall show, “Inherit the Wind”, opens on Friday, October 31st. This play is the dramatic fictionalized version of the Scopes Monkey trial that rocked a small town and the nation. The play inspired four award-winning movies of the same title.
MassDOT Notice of a Public Hearing
A Design Public Hearing will be held by MassDOT to discuss the proposed improvements project under the “Safe Routes to School” program for the Glover Elementary School in Milton, MA.
The Milton Public Library’s teen book club has selected The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefavter as its November pick. “Nineteen-year-old returning champion Sean Kendrick competes against Puck Connolly, the first girl ever to ride in the annual Scorpio Races, both trying to keep hold of their dangerous water horses long enough to make it to the finish line.”
The 2014 Pumpkin Festival will be held Saturday, October 25 at 2:00pm First Congregational Church UCC Milton (www.fccmilton.org) in Milton, MA. This free event is open to everyone.
from The Boston Globe
Milton native Jenny Slate and her husband, Dean Fleischer-Camp, released a third video about their character Marcel the Shell on Monday, just in time for the Tuesday release of their new book, “Marcel the Shell: The Most Surprised I’ve Ever Been.” (Read the full story here.)
There’s always something cool for kids to do at the Milton Public Library! In addition to our regular storytimes on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, we have these exciting programs for the young people in your life happening during the week of November 2 – 8:
by Frank Schroth
Early Monday afternoon, I received a text message: “We lost Chris.”
The day before that I was huffing and puffing my way up Milton Hill along with many others in a collective show of support for Chris Lynch and his family. The community’s collective love, good will and support for Chris and his family was heartwarming. Today is heartbreaking.
Central Avenue now has bike lanes. Nice. We welcome your photos. You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
photo by Frank Schroth
Notice from Milton Police Dept Facebook Page
Attention residents. NEW Telephone SCAM – Write down this number 832-742-7488. It will appear on your caller ID as “Fraudulent Investigations.” A prerecorded message directs you to an alleged investigator who supposedly you have a pending case on an outstanding debt.