CAbi Clothing Trunk Show

The fall fashion debut for CAbi clothes at the studio of G A L A T E A Fine Jewelry. CAbi’s styling is fun, and easy to wear. Experience elegant shopping in a private setting

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Milton Times News Round Up for 9/25

from The Milton Times

New Animal Shelter Heads for DPW Yard

After much discussion, the Selectmen decided last week that the new animal shelter will be constructed at the DPW yard on Randolph Avenue.

Home Sales Remain Strong Despite Economic Downturn

In the midst of a slowing economy, many housing markets across the country are feeling the heat of financial downturn.

Mimi Sundstrom Rallies Republicans

Mimi Sundstrom – Republican State Committee Woman watched her party’s national convention at home on TV this year.
Sundstrom said you can’t beat being there and getting buried in the balloons.

MDA Ambassador Spreads Goodwill

Emma Russell, the 8-year-old goodwill ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association has appeared on the Jerry Lewis Telethon three times and has given speeches to crowds of hundreds. Now she’s bringing her activist spirit to the streets of her hometown.

Fire Department Returns to Full Strength

The fire department is running all shifts at full capacity after regularly taking one engine out of service last fiscal year to contend with budget shortfalls.

read the full stories at The Milton Times

Milton girls remain unbeaten at 5-0

from the Patriot Ledger

The Milton High School girls cross country team entered Tuesday’s tri-meet with the No. 3 spot in the inaugural Ledgerland poll and did nothing to hurt that ranking with victories over Brookline and Wellesley, 20-43 and 25-33. (read full story)

Celebrate MILTON!

CelebrateMilton! is a registered nonprofit effort of Milton residents who actively encourage Milton’s diverse populations to appreciate and enjoy one another.

They sponsor many local initiatives. Most notably, an annual event has drawn thousands of residents annually since its beginning 14 years ago. Our Community Builder Awards recognize residents who do an outstanding job of supporting our mission. Our annual financial grants encourage community support of that mission.

Please come the celebration at Milton High School on Gile Road, Sunday Sept. 28 from noon – 4:00.

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West Nile virus found in Milton

from Patriot LedgerFall is near but health officials say that’s no reason to let down your guard against mosquitoes and the potentially fatal viruses they carry. Milton is the latest among more than a dozen communities in eastern Massachusetts in which the West Nile virus has appeared in insects. (read full story)

Greyhound Planet Day Celebration

Greyhound Adventures and Trail Bound Hounds celebrate Greyhound Planet 2008 with a leisurely hike around the pond followed by “bring-your-own” lunch (or food to share)picnic.

People and their leashed Greyhounds are invited to meet and socialize with other Greyhounds and their owners on Saturday, September 13 beginning at 11 a.m.

Meet at Picnic Site #5. Bottled water, soft drinks, picnic tables and goodie bags will be provided. Bring a lunch or food to share, grab your blanket and relax with your Greyhound(s).

Attendees are encouraged to bring new or gently used collars, leashes, harnesses, coats and non-liquid first aid supplies for a collection to be donated to “Scooby” – a shelter for our fellow Greys and sighthounds in Madrid, Spain that need medical treatment and refuge as they await adoption.

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Milton baseball a team to watch in Division 2

from The Patriot Ledger

It’s no coincidence that two of the more dominant high school baseball teams in Ledgerland, Milton and Plymouth North, own the two deepest rotations.

Milton boasts dual aces in senior right-hander James Katsiroubas and sophomore righty John Magliozzi followed by steady veteran in senior Ryan Stoller. Katsiroubas (0.60 ERA, 36 strikeouts in 30 innings pitched) and Magliozzi (0.40 ERA, 60 K, 42 inn.) are both 4-0 on the season while Stoller is 3-1. (read full story)