The Milton Board of Selectmen is sponsoring a photo contest, “What I LOVE about Milton!”
The subject of the photo should be what you love about Milton. No single or family only portraits are allowed. Group shots are fine (e.g. teams, classes, groups that congregate for a purpose or mission). Similarly, images of single businesses; but a shot of East Milton as a business district is fine.
Entries will be judged on content and composition. All entries are due by 11/15. The winner may be featured on the next Milton Annual Report. In addition, there will be a student award of a one time $125 scholarship.
You can find the complete rules and submission form here.
Japanese Exchange: It was another successful year for the Japanese Exchange. This is just a note of thanks to all ambassadors, leaders, faculty and staff, especially the custodial crew who set-up, broke-down and maintained during the day. It is the effort of all that makes the exchange a great cultural experience. Check out the MHS website to see the video posted of the event. Thanks again. K. Kelley
Group Guidance: Today, Freshmen in Group 9C will meet in the Library
promptly at 9:22 for their first session of Group Guidance. The 9C assignments are posted outside guidance and the main office. Attendance is mandatory. On Thursday, Seniors in Group 12A will meet in the Library for their third session of Group Guidance.
Library: The Library will be closed after school today owing to teacher meetings.
Key Club: The Key Club will be meeting today in room 243 at 2:30. New members welcome!
Facing abysmal conditions only a duck or a fish could love, Bay State Conference football foes Norwood and Milton grappled Saturday afternoon in Week 4 of a season that had both programs desperately seeking an elusive second win.
Under driving, drenching rainfall at Westwood’s Flahive Field, the Mustangs edged Milton 20-14 on Kevin O’Sullivan’s 26-yard touchdown to Sean Keady with 21 seconds remaining in the contest. (Read the full story here.)
The fall session of the Milton Adult Education program is registration schedule has been announced. Courses in digital photography, computer applications, cooking, foreign languages and more are available.
Fall 2009 Registration Information
Walk-in Registration Nights
WHEN: Monday, October 5, 2009 6-9 pm
Tuesday, October 6, 2009 6-9 pm
Wednesday, October 7, 2009 6-9 pm
LOCATION: Milton High School Main Office – 25 Gile Rd
Author Larry Tye will read from his new book, New York Times bestseller, “Satchel: the Life and Times of an American Legend.” The book is a biography of Satchel Paige, the most sensational pitcher ever to throw a baseball. This event is the first in a four-part Author series, sponsored by the Milton Library Foundation.
WHEN: Oct. 6th @ 7:00pm
WHERE: Keys Community Room / Milton Public Library / Milton, MA
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