The following is from the The Dorchester Reporter acknowledging Milton’s Birthday. Thanks for the kind words Bill!
Our good neighbors on the other side of the Neponset River are having a big celebration this weekend: the town of Milton this year is observing its 350th anniversary and three days of events are scheduled. (Read the full story here.)
The Milton Democratic Committee took a road trip last week end to attend their party’s convention in Springfield and elect a nominee to challenge Scott Brown in the fall. Together with fellow conventioneers and Milton neighbor Governor Patrick they nominated Elizabeth Warren. Read more »
Interested in rowing with the Friends of Milton Crew?
Here’s what you need to know!
Registration for 2012 Summer Rowing Program (Sessions 1 and 2)
Registration is on a rolling basis. We prefer to receive your completed registration packet by
June 18, but you may register after that date.
Please contact John Rhee (email@example.com) if you plan to register after June 18 or only for Session 2. Read more »
from Boston.com – Your Town Milton
Like other Braintree officials, Town Councilor Paul “Dan” Clifford was dismayed to learn that Blue Hills Regional Technical High School had $857,000 in free cash. Now he hopes the other towns that fund Blue Hills will tighten up their oversight of the school’s budget in the years to come. (Read the full story here.)
The two dozen or so teenagers and preteens filling a room at St. Mary of the Hills School in Milton all had stories about why they were there. Some had received a magic-trick kit for a birthday and wanted to learn more. Others have parents who are professional performers. Some just wanted a place to hang out with youths a little like themselves — sometimes quiet, a bit goofy, but always at home on a stage. (Read the full story here.)
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The Milton Public Library, located at 476 Canton Avenue, is hosting a wonderful exhibit during May and June called, “My Neighborhood: 350 Years Later,” by a local amateur photographer in honor of the 350th anniversary of the town. Deborah Milbauer, Milton resident, has taken portraits of families who live in her neighborhood, to show the wide diversity present there. Read more »
The Government Review Committee will be meeting in the Carol Blute Conference Room at Town Hall on June 7th @ 7:00PM. The agenda includes but is not limited to debriefings on conferences with town department heads and officials (e.g. Joe Lynch, Emily Innes, Jim McAuliffe) and a report from Leroy Walker on Form of Town Government.
The Annual Children’s Concert at the Gazebo is back and scheduled to be held at the Baron Hugo Gazebo at Town Hall on Thursday, June 7th from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Musician Wayne Potash will return with his toe tappin’, banjo rockin’, groovin’ music, singing and fun for all ages! Kids who are heading on to kindergarten in the Fall can wear their “I’m Going to Kindergarten” t-shirts and meet other kids who are starting kindergarten in the Fall. Read more »