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Our Local Libraries:
Much More than Great Books!
40 Schofield Avenue Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: 508-949-8021 Fax: 508-949-8026
Upcoming and Ongoing Events at the Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library
Walter Brezniak Art Display, Now through the end of February
Local artist Walter Brezniak is currently displaying
oil paintings of historical figures in the Fels Community Room.
consider attending this class. Learn how to download free books from the C/WMARS online library catalog and more. Attendees can bring their own Nooks or watch a demon- stration.
FriendsoftheLibraryBookSale.Thisyearthesale Avenue.Ifyouwouldliketodonatebooks,please August31st
ustoseeEdtheWizarddazzleuswithmagictricks. hroughagenerousgrantfromtheDudleyCultural cil.
Dudley Genealogy Club, Saturday, February 18, 10:30 a.m.
in, the library will waive $1.00 in fines on your account. Replacement/lost item costs are not included, and the fine must be for an item owned by the Pearle L. Crawford Me- morial Library. The maximum waived for any account is $5.00. Donations will be given to a local food pantry. Nook Class, Monday, February 6, 6:30 p.m. Did you receive a new Nook over the Holidays? If so,
Food for Fines, During the month of February For every non-expired, non-perishable food item brought Director
Local College Students Excell
Dean’s List at Western NEU SPRINGFIELD -- Brian James Montville of Charlton,
MA, has been named to the Dean’s List at Western New England University for the fall semester of 2011. Montville is working towards a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Students are named to the Dean’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.30 or higher. Montville is one of 75 learners that make up the inaugural class within Western New England’s College of Pharmacy.
Sacred Heart U. Dean’s List FAIRFIELD - Kristie Konieczny of Dudley was named
Dean’s List at St. Michael’s College
COLCHESTER, VT -- The following local residents were named to the Fall 2011 Dean’s List at Saint Michael’s Col- lege, a liberal arts, residential Catholic college located in Burlington, Vermont, one of the top 10 college towns in America: Mikala Kane, daughter of Michael and Venus Kane of Charlton, a Sophomore Journalism and Mass Communica- tions major, who graduated from Shepherd Hill Regional High School before coming to Saint Michael’s. Stephanie Nadow, daughter of Mark and Michelle Na-
dow of Charlton, a First-Year Mathematics and Secondary Education major, who graduated from Saint Peter-Marian High School before coming to Saint Michael’s. Jeffrey Narus, son of Lorna and Michael Narus of Web-
Dean’s List at Wheaton College NORTON -- The following students have been named to
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to the fall 2011 Dean’s List at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. To receive this honor, a student must achieve a 3.6 grade average, based on a 4.0 scale.
the Dean’s List for the fall 2011 semester at Wheaton Col- lege in Norton, Mass.: Aidan Kestigian, a resident of Charlton and a member of the Class of 2012, is pursuing a major in Philosophy. Laurie Mills, a resident of Charlton and a member of the Class of 2012, is pursuing a major in Art, Studio. To earn Dean’s List honors, a student must complete at
Phone: 508-949-8021 Fax: 508-949-8026
least three graded courses and earn a grade point average of 3.5 or above.
Bartlett Jr./Sr. High School Honor Roll
WEBSTER - Bartlette
ster, a Senior Accounting major, who graduated from Bar- tlett High School before coming to Saint Michael’s. Students who complete a minimum of 12 credits and
achieve a grade point average of at least 3.4 at the end of a semester are recognized for their scholarship by inclusion on the Dean’s List.
on Identifying People in Old Photos. Unlabeled and misla- beled old photographs ask a thousand questions. Join us as we look at the tips and techniques of two case studies to answer those questions. Learn helpful information on how to plan your research and how to preserve these fam- ily treasures. The meeting is free and open to the public. Davis Bates and Roger Tinknell, Wednesday, February 22, 10:30 a.m.
Davis Bates and Roger Tinknell – A perfect way to spend a morning during February school vacation! This program is supported in part by a grant from the Dudley Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massa- chusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Friends of the Library Winter Book Sale, Thursday, February 23 through Saturday, February 25. Join us for our semi-annual Friends Book Sale! The mem-
Saturday,September11,8:00a.m.to2:00p.m.:AnnualFriendsoftheLibraryBookSale.Thisyearthesale willbeheldinthelibrarymeetingroomat40SchofieldAvenue.Ifyouwouldliketodonatebooks,please dropthemoffatthelibraryduringbusinesshoursafterAugust31st Professional genealogist, Mike Maglio, will be speaking .FormoreinformationabouttheFriends
Springfield College dean’s list
Monday,September27,6:00p.m.:EdtheWizard.JoinustoseeEdtheWizarddazzleuswithmagictricks. Allagesarewelcome!ThisprogramismadepossiblethroughagenerousgrantfromtheDudleyCultural Council,adivisionoftheMassachusettsCulturalCouncil.
SPRINGFIELD -- Springfield College has named the fol- lowing local residents to the dean’s list for academic excel- lence for the fall 2011 term. Johanna Burke of Oxford. Johanna is studying Health Sci / Pre-PT. Katelyn Bermingham of Dudley. Katelyn is studying
Dance. Sarah Ducharme of Dudley. Sarah is studying Health Sci / Pre-PA. Vicki Soponski of Dudley. Vicki is studying Human Services (UG).
Join us in our children’s room for music and songs from
President’s List at Western NEU SPRINGFIELD -- The following students have been
ber’s only preview will be Thursday, February 23 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. The sale will be open to the general public on Friday, February 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sat- urday, February 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Donations of gently used books are accepted in the library. For infor- mation on becoming a Friend, see http://www.cr
For more information about events at the library, please
stop by, call 508-949-8021, or visit us on the web at http:// www.crawfordlibrary.org/
Happening at Corbin Library
2 Lake Street, Webster MA 01570 (508) 949-3880 • (508) 949-0537 FAX http://corbinlibrary.org/
FREE VIDEOS and BOOKS!
Borrow videos, books and magazines with your free Webster Library card. Sign up at the Webster Library, 2 Lake St.! Adults please bring a picture ID.
Friday, February 10, 12:30: Free Classic Movie Friday! “Band of Angels” with Clark Gable. Tuesdays until February 14th. 9:30 – 10:00. FATHER GOOSE ON THE LOOSE. Sing Songs, read stories, and participate in other activities. For kids ages 0-3 and their parents. Absolutely Free! No registration is necessary, but parental participation is mandatory. Saturday, February 18th from 10:00 to 12:00. “The Snowy Day” Story Walk at Webster’s Chester C. Corbin Public Library (2 Lake Street). Join us outdoors (dress for the weather) as we reenact Ezra Jack Keats’ classic children’s story. Indoor craft in the Library Children’s Room. Free to participate! Free book to the first 20 families! For more in- formation, contact Danielle Morrow at 508-987-0829 *19 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. Sponsored by the South County Com- munity Partnership, a program of Worcester Community Action Council. Funded by MA Department of Early Edu- cation and Care &Community Health Network Area 5. Shake, Rattle and Roll: Music and Movement Pro-
gram for Young Children. Wednesday Mornings, 11:00 AM – 12:00 thru February 15. At the Chester C. Corbin Public Library, 2 Lake Street, Webster MA. A six-week music and movement program featuring weekly themes, singing, dancing, musical instruments and lots of fun! For children ages 1—5 and their parents/caregivers. Free Pro- gram, pre-registration not required. Questions? Call 508- 765-0292 or email email@example.com
. Sponsored by the Kennedy Donovan Center South Central Early Inter- vention Program. Funding was made possible by the gen- erous support of the Janet Malser Humanities Trust.
named to the President’s List at Western New England for the fall semester of 2011. Students are named to the Presi- dent’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.80 or higher. Timothy X. Piehl of Charlton, MA, a Sophomore major- ing in Electrical Engineering. Alyssa C. DiFronzo of Webster, MA, a Sophomore ma- joring in Accounting. Korey A. Dabrowski of Webster, MA, a Junior majoring in Forensic Chemistry.
Dudley Middle School will be hosting its first ever “Princi- pal’s Coffee” Exploring the Middle School Psyche on “Who is This Monster Inhabiting My Kid’s Body?” on Tuesday, February 7, 2012 from 8:15 – 9:00 a.m. The event’s fea- tured speaker will be School Psychologist, Carl Strazzullo. There will also be a question and answer session with Mr. Desto, Mr. Paire, and other school staff. A Continental Breakfast will be served. If you have a specific question or topic you would like addressed, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dudley-Charlton Education Foundation Announces
3rd Annual Gala Event The Dudley-Charlton Education Foundation Board of
Directors invites you to share a dazzling evening of din- ing, dancing, and spirited bidding. Join us at our Second Annual Gala Fundraising Event, a Semi-Formal Dinner Dance and Auction, 6:30pm., Saturday, March 31, 2012 at the Overlook Hotel in Charlton. Keepsake photographs will be available. Purchase your tickets early and save. Ticket price: $50.00
now thru January 31, $55.00 February 1-20, $60 February 21 – March 17. To find out more details and to purchase tickets, visit us online at www.dcedfoundation.org
. Many tables are booked. Limited seating is available. Here are two additional ways to show your support avail- able on-line or by mail. Sponsorships: Choose one of the following tax-deductible sponsorship levels and receive recognition in the event program and on our web site: Cha-Cha-Cha Level - up to $100; Tango Level - $101 to $200; Waltz Level - $201+. If you choose to mail payment rather than purchase on-line, please be sure to indicate exactly how you wish name(s) to appear in event program. We need to receive by March 16.
Advertise: Submit a copy ready ad to be included in the
5x8” event program. Ad prices: $50 - business card size; $100 - ½ a page; $150 - full page. All ads will appear in black and white. We need to receive by March 16. Mail a check made payable to the Dudley-Charlton Edu- cation Foundation, Inc., PO Box 92, Dudley, MA 01571. All proceeds will benefit the Dudley-Charlton Education Foundation Inc. The Dudley-Charlton Education Foundation is a non-
profit organization that works to strengthen community support and to fund programs that encourage innovation and enrichment in the district’s seven public schools. It is governed by a board of directors comprised of business, community, and parent volunteers and is independent of municipal boards, committees, and school organizations.
Thursday,September30,6:30to7:30p.m.:LocalauthorPaulMacekandillustratorJamesR.Morrisonwill discusstheirtwobooks,EarlyHistoryofWebster,Dudley,andOxfordandWebster,Dudley,andOxfordduringthe NineteenthCentury.
Jr. Sr. High School Princi- pal Michael Hackenson has released the honor roll for the second quarter. Grade 12 High Honor Victoria Annese, Pieter Boersma, Alyssa Bonin, Morgan Devish, Meghan Dwyer, Alicia Garamy, Kay- la Karlon, Robert Kotarba, Conor McCarthy, Kevin Owens, Alexis Podedworny, Karly Tetreault. Honor Matthew Bialoncik, Kendra Byrnes, Rocco DiStefano, Taylor Gabriele, Brianna Guenther, James Guyette, Arthur Hackenson, Tess Haddad, Marisa Mason, Rena McGeary, Matthew Moussa, Matthew Ortiz, Jessica Ritacco. Honorable Mention Manuela Arango, Krista Jalette, Brittany Bray- ton, Kristin Jordan, David Brooks, Amber Lavigne, Al- len Butkiewicus, Jessalyn Levi, Alyssa Dame, Tyler Mandeville, Ariana DiFed- erico, Joshua Millett, Deven Dupuis, Cecilia Sarkodee, Jacqueline Finkel, Brenda Sundara, Rebecca Geller, Lukasz Trzuskot, Megan Walker. Grade 11 High Honor Steven Brennan, Trisha Danforth, Jennifer Grooms, Lauren Hughes, Thomas James, Zoey Pierce, Sara Prunier, Devin Silvestri, Olivia Woods. Honor Kimberly Brown, Alyssa Corey, Steven Dixon, Kylie Dubey, Jordan King, Caro- line Nanfuka, Theresa Robinson, Kayla Smith, Brittany Stewart, Jacyln Vanderhoof, Isaac White- cotton, Mina Zaky Honorable Mention Breanna Beardsley, Tyler Mailloux, Pegui Campov- erde, Tori McIntyre, Lindsey Canty, Cassandra Nadeau, Kelly Chislom, Samantha Nowak, Jacon Decker, Jac- queline Sperling, Jordan Flanigan, Nicholas Terra- nova, Jacon Gatto, Deanna Truhanovitch, Shawn Gau- mond, Jazmin Villegas , Emily Gould, Kaitlin Yeu- lenski, Erika Hernandez, Matthew Huberdault, Dom- inic Iwanski. Grade 10 High Honor Kylie Belletti, Kellie Du- quette, Alexander Gard- ner, Olivia Johns, Patrick Ledue, Indre’ Naujokaite, Kelsie Pipes, Emily Powers, Sean Powers Honor Katrina Adams, Evan An- derson, Alexx Ciras, Lau- ren Cronan, Frank Martin, Sean Scannell.
Honorable Mention Matthew Bernier, Janelle Bombardier, Olivia Budney, Amanda Collins, Christo- pher Czernicki, Julissa Denham, Chyna Henley, Daniel Powers, Catherine Price, Justin Smith, Pat- rick Spooner, Danyel Stone, Melanie Trivino. Grade 9
High Honor Amanda Cotton, Kate Dra- bato, Brent Filgerleski, Chelsey Grandmaison, Collette Guarnieri, Rose Guarnieri, Corryn Har- wood, Daniel James, Sa-
mantha Kelley, Zachary Podeworny, Lexis Sladdin, Natalie Szwarc, Brian Ton- del, Lauren Zajac Honor Lindsey Finkel, Christo- pher Frabotta, Jeremy Guy- ette, Jacob Meloche, Daniel Sochacki, Christine Walker Honorable Mention Mackenzie Adams, Ryan Beauregard, Anthony Ca- farelli
rio, Kali Champagne, Tyler Morrill, Luis Concepcion, Dylan Murphy, Tiara Fer- reira, James Patterson, Neil Flanigan, Brianna Santoro, Stevie Gomes, Mackenzie Stanhope, Ashley Iwanski, Samantha Therrien, Alyssa Keenan, Daviana Vascon- celos, Alex Kraaal, Anoki Mann, Jasmine March. Grade 8
High Honor Angelina Carpenter, Ioana Cojocaru, Tanya Craw- ford, Emily Cutler, Jose De Leon, Brianna Doherty, Nicole Duquette, Briana El- lis, Ryan Flynn, Jonathan Hurton, Victor Ipinmoroti, Shayna Kubilis, Rebecca Miller, Kristin Plant, Rob- ert Price, Hayley Rondeau Nicholas Williams. Honor Steven Barrette, Jonathan Beals, Megan Candito, Trey Carrier, Cole Dubey Honorable Mention Michelle Austin, Brandon McLaughlin, Thomas Bed- ford, Danielle Mello, Mi- chael Candito, Mikayla Per- ry, Cody Chicoine, Caitlin Peters, August Cournoyer, Amadeusz Piwowarczyk, Brandon Franks, Cameron Radcliffe, Katie Kobel, Ali- cia Saladino, Alisha Lalib- erte, Morgan Seremet Brandon Lavigne, Eric Sgariglia, Charrissa Le, Justin Weeks, Olivia Mandeville, Marco Zaky. Grade 7
High Honor Ashley Bega, Nicholas Cz- ernicki, Katelyn Demers, Jolene DesRoches, Leah Dunbar, Suzanne Ellis, Ali Esposito, Ashley Gau- lin, Jeffrey Harnois, Piotr Kiclinski, Lyndsay Makie, Lucinda Orne, Marylee Panient, Madison Poded- worny, Molly Sklarz, Adam Sochacki, Robert Starr, Elizabeth Trotta, Zachary Verrier, Erin Warren, Spen- cer Young. Honor Samatha Czernicki, Domin- ick Dunbar, Keyshia Fal- con, Autumn Foster, Kionna Hazzard, Klarissa Johnson, Christopher Lally, Joshua Lewis, Alyssa Mancini, Gena Melfi, Kelly Moriarty, Daniel Sacco, Mireya Tapia, Grant Wells, Brianna West- moreland, Sarah Wong Kam, Matthew Wyman Honorable Mention Wahdat Abbas, Daniel Al- lison, Alyssa Anyon, Jaime Arnett, Kaylah Brace, Na- riah Carlson, Thomas Car- rier, Tyler Crowley, Tyler Cunningham, Ariana Kacz- marek, Ryan Kenney, Ran- dall Lamoureux, Janeya March, Armani Marquez- Chavez, Victoria Mayotte, Mackensie
Joshua Patterson, Dyane- lis Rivera, Emily Robidoux, Kenneth Rodriguez, Clara- Camille Santoro, James Snyder, Lyndsey Sweat- land
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