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  • 8/17 11:40pm   I'm looking to have the exterior trim and siding of my home painted. Can anyone recommend a reliable, well-priced painter? Thanks
    - KB

  • 8/17 11:39pm   Hi We are looking to purchase a used car for our son. Does anyone know of someone who is selling a reliable, safe car? Thank you,
    - BD

  • 8/17 11:38pm   I would like to recommend Edilaine Lopes cleaning service. We've used her and she and her team did a wonderful job.
    - KL

  • 8/17 11:37pm   In need of daycare for an infant 2-3 days a week. Could you please offer recommendations for daycares that fit this? Please note, I am willing to travel to surrounding towns. Email: amz758720@gmail.com
    - AZ

  • 8/17 11:36pm   PRR, what are you proposing to do to slow cars down? I would not want to confront drivers directly, because I did that once, while walking in front of my house, and the drunk driver stopped and came at me on foot. Luckily, a neighbor saw it happening, and came out to ask if I needed help! So I leave that to the police now.
    - MJS

  • 8/17 11:33pm   Karma's Adventure's Grooming, ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! Offering dog grooming services to all Norfolk and surrounding towns. I also can offer pick up and drop off for dogs if interested. I have over 15 years of experience in pet grooming as well as show grooming. Prices are competitive to the area. Here is the link to my facebook site for before and after photos of some of the dogs I have groomed, https://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo Please contact me thru phone number 508-918-2690 or email Jesstbb1@gmail.com To set up a professional grooming appointment for your pup!
    - JT

  • 8/17 11:30pm   Hi, If anyone found a brown cowboy hat in the vicinity of Grove, Park or Main streets, can you let me know? You can reach me at bp4405@hotmail.com It looks like this one in the picture. Just dustier from use.
    - BP

  • 8/17 11:24pm   We are looking for before school help for a 4th grade girl. We will need someone to arrive at our house at 6:30 and stay until the bus comes. We would also like someone to be able to drop off at F/K for chorus. If interested please contact goldenpaw7@msn.com
    - KP

  • 8/17 11:14pm   Re: rant of drivers: Phones, maps handsfree or otherwise are part of the modern world and I'd sooner have you [deal with it] than have you attempt to make our town into [another] Brookline.
    However if you wrote an article for town meeting stating all roads (not state routes) must be speed limit 20, all culdesacs 15, I'd second the motion. I'd be happy to drive slower.
    Also if we pay for sidewalks on main roads then I want every jackass jogging or waddling in the road beside them "'cause it's smoother" to get a giant ticket! (Cape Cod Estates, I'm callin you out)
    - MN

  • 8/17 11:11pm   15th Annual Haunted Train Ride and Spooky Maze Cosponsored by Norfolk Community League and Norfolk Lions Saturday, October 17th from 5 until 8:30pm at Holmes Fields on Myrtle Street in Norfolk. Rain Date is Saturday October 24th. Come join us a for a Haunted Train ride through the woods and a trip through the Maze. Costumes are encouraged as well as a canned good for donation to the Norfolk Food Pantry. The Haunted Train ride is geared to kids from Kindergarten through Middle School. As the evening gets darker, the ride gets scarier! There will also be food, music and fun to keep you entertained in line! This popular event requires a ticket. Tickets are $6 each with the proceeds going to worthy Norfolk causes through distributions from NCL and Norfolk Lions. Tickets Sale will be Tuesday, September 15- Thursday, September 17th from 3-7 at the Norfolk Public Library. There are a limited number of tickets available and they will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. No tickets will be sold at the event. You must have a ticket to enter the parking lot. Community groups interested in participating in the Haunted Train ride can contact the Committee. Any teens needing community service hours can also be utilized. Please send an email to hauntedtrainride@gmail.com or contact Lynne Covel at 617-968-1856, Kim S. at 508-367-7579 or Tom G. at 508-541-4119.
    - LH, NCL

  • 8/17 11:10pm   Hi. I recently used Old Time Tree Cutter out of Wrentham and want to spread the word. I worked with Dave Brown, the owner, directly and he was probably one of the most helpful and professional people I have met in the trades. He was very knowledgeable, extremely punctual and left my yard much better than he found it. He removed 2 trees and ground down the stumps and even in extremely rocky soil, he took those stumps down to nothing. He stayed true to the quote despite the "extra" rocks in the ground. I will definitely call Dave again and I will recommend him as well.
    - BP

  • 8/17 11:09pm   Along the lines of pedestrian safety please remember you ride a bike with traffic and walk/run facing traffic. This should be taught in schools but apparantley isn't. Not everyone seems to know the rule of the road for pedestrian safety when no sidewalks are present.
    - JR

  • 8/17 11:08pm   Looking for Countryfest tickets @ Gillette box522@norfolknet.com
    - GC

  • 8/9 10:49pm   Effervescent Hedgepig will be selling our handcrafted jewelry at the Medfield Farmers' Market on Thursday, August 13th from 2:00 to 6:30! Stop by and take a look at our earrings, bracelets, and other jewelry. Or visit our website at effervescenthedgepig.etsy.com
    - LR

  • 8/9 10:48pm   FOR SALE: Ping pong table with paddles - good condition. $80.00 Contact alwlotcr@gmail.com
    - JR

  • 8/9 10:47pm   King Philip high school reunion for years 1771-76 is on Fri. Oct.9, @ Luciano's Lake Pearl Ball Room. For more information go to Kingphilipreunion7176.blogspot.com
    - BP

  • 8/9 10:46pm   Does anyone know the history of NCL? When did it start? What did NOVA stand for? Who founded NCL? We are working to update the NCL website and would love to include some history of NCL. If anyone knows the how/why, please contact us at president@norfolkcommunityleague.org
    - MD

  • 8/9 10:44pm   Hi, My husband and I are looking to possibly purchase a home in Norfolk. I have a few questions about the town and was wondering if someone can help?
    We saw a home in the Lake Street area and wanted to know how that neighborhood was and any other info good or bad to help us in our decision if we move to that area.
    Thanks!
    ktrav430@gmail.com
    - KT

    [Update 8/17 11:04pm: appended contact email - Wm.]

  • 8/9 10:43pm   We are looking for a responsible and dependable junior or senior high girl student with a clean driving record to greet our 6th and 7th graders at the bus stop Tues thru Thurs. Responsibilities include helping with homework, preparing simple meals/dinner, driving to activities/sports, etc. Please rely to jmsd0125@gmail.com for consideration. Thank you
    - JMD

  • 8/9 10:42pm   Dear Friends, Ivy Music Academy is enrolling now for the Fall semester. It starts on September 7th and we offer piano, voice, clarinet, flute, guitar, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, violin and viola lessons.
    Your first lesson will be Free of Charge. For more details please visit us at www.ivymusicacademy.com, write us at ivymusicacademy@gmail.com or call us at 781-647-5390.
    - VS, Ivy Music Academy

  • 8/9 10:41pm   Yard work - two areas need weeding and mulching. This is not a huge job. Interested contact jcwlash@comcast.net
    - JW

  • 8/98 10:40pm   In response to MJS' and RD's posts re: traffic speeds and dangerous drivers here in Norfolk!!!
    Dear MJS, RD and anyone else who has had it with the unlawful, dangerous, irresponsible and insane driving that is going on in Norfolk these days!
    WHO WILL STAND UP WITH ME? LET'S SLOW THE CARS DOWN & OUTLAW CELLPHONE USE WHILE DRIVING! OR ELSE!
    This is not an idle rant. This is an appeal to the residents, law makers, police and managers of our town. Please take this seriously. It IS serious.
    Cell phone use while driving is insane. Speeding is insane. Driving to endanger is against the law!
    Who wants to help me do something about it? In Boston I took on the City and got Mayor Menino to come to our home for dinner, and declare that yes, we needed a sidewalk! It took me 5 years to finally make it happen, but there is now a wonderful sidewalk on Allandale Street in Jamaica Plain & West Roxbury (Road in Brookline). I don't have the stomach to fight for 5 years here in Norfolk. I won't even stay that long if we cannot slow down the dangerous and basically really nasty out of control drivers who careen around the curve at Diamond Street, or barrel down the hill before Marshall Street and then keep their feet on the gas past our home!!! They more often than not refuse to move over if you are walking, running or biking along the street... And, the answer is NOT to put "Round UP" on our streets' shoulders to kill poison ivy so we pedestrians have a place to jump into for safety. What??? It is just plain crazy talk!
    A few months ago, a homecare provider for one of our neighbors ran me off the road as she sped around the Diamond Street/North Street curve... she literally RAN me off the road. And yes, into poison ivy!!! She was NOT in control of her vehicle. The next time I saw her in my neighbor's driveway, she did not even apologize! I have had it! And she knew exactly who I was.
    As far as the poison ivy that has taken over way too much of our road sides and how the town and neighbors are dealing with it, our dear dog Mr. Dudley (see his Facebook page - ``Mr. Dudley'' on FB... he's the little white dog! OR if you love dogs, go to his "GiveForward Mr. Dudley" site online and read about our struggle!!) is now dying from Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, AKA high grade T-Cell Lymphoma, which he got a few years ago. His oncologists are in agreement. With all the dogs they are treating with this horrific and incurable cancer, they are now attributing it to Round Up use in general! And Round Up use on the shoulders around town does NOT slow down drivers, it just kills poison ivy and sickens anything else in its path, including pedestrians and animals! ...and most likely fish and other aquatic life. We have been fighting Mr. Dudley's cancer with him at much cost and heart ache to us and sadly, to him. FACT: Round Up, most notably one of its ingredients, Glyphosate, has now been directly connected with NHL as well as autism in children who play in areas treated with it!!! I hate it... to pay thousands of dollars in property taxes to live here and NOT be able to walk down my own street for fear of my life is ridiculous!!!! And RD, you are correct.. these dangerous drivers do force us off the roads, all over town where there are no sidewalks! (And every other town!) There's healthier ways to get rid of poison ivy and there are much safer ways to drive! ...with respect for life and the peace of mind of your fellow neighbors and townspeople! If you are in such a hurry, leave earlier! And feel some shame. To those of you who do not drive responsibly, you are ruining the quality of life of your fellow townspeople and endangering the lives of people who want to take advantage of the beauty that is our town. Get out and go for a walk... see for yourselves if you doubt me! It only takes one speeding car to ruin a nice walk or end a life!
    So, who has the stomach for fighting to slow down the drivers, change the posted traffic speed limits, hopefully get more sidewalks, make it a real crime to drive while using a cell phone or texting, and force the powers that be in this town to ask for as well as support the police in providing more aggressive police safety coverage on our roads? This is about taking back our streets. If people cannot/will not drive responsibly then they should NOT BE DRIVING! We saw a deer get killed right IN FRONT of our home!!!! It's a straight away there... the driver kept going! They did not even stop. It could be your child that gets hit next! Who is going to stand up with me? PRR
    RE: These 2 previous posts.
    (8/3 8:42pm To add to the bicycle rider's tale of woe: even in a car you're not immune to intimidation from drivers who think the road is theirs alone, and the speed limit is a suggestion, which does not apply to them at all. I was tailgated, headlamp-flashed, and horn-beeped while doing 35 mph in a 30 mph zone, near the elementary school. When I tell that story to other Norfolk residents, they relate their local aggressive tailgater experiences. People, please! Courtesy and neighborliness, not to mention safety, are more important than your lateness. Slower careful driving is a state of mind, and once you practice it consistently, you will find it so much less stressful. You will also be adding to the peacefulness of this town, rather than detracting from it. MJS
    7/27 11:33pm Norfolk is a wonderful town full of friendly neighbors and quite streets making it a perfect place to go for a run or enjoy a bike ride. Usually there is hardly any traffic and most cars when they pass a runner or biker provide ample room. However lately I have had more than 1 close call where I have been pushed off the road because a driver does not want to share the road. If you are driving please move over, way over for others on the road. There is no law that says you cannot cross the yellow line provided you do it safely. You may think giving a runner 18 inches of room is plenty but if you are running and 3 ton SUV wizzes by at 40MPH less than an elbow's length away it makes your life flash before your eyes. If the situation comes up where there is oncoming traffic just slow down let that traffic pass then give pedestrian a little extra room. You can speed back up after you pass and trust me you won't be late for your appointment that is almost certainly not important enough to force me into the patch of poison ivy on the shoulder of the road. Thanks Norfolk. RD)

    [Photo credit: "A Stop Sign Down Mowed Down On Union & Diamond Streets" (C) PRRussell All rights reserved]
    - PR

  • 8/3 8:53pm   Looking for someone to install a custom ordered replacement window. Measuring 67 x 65 and a 1/2 circle on top measuring 67 x 35. Pls contact Michelle @508-280-0312
    - MD

  • 8/3 8:43pm   Do you or your child love to sing? Music by Musial is a vocal studio offering private and group lessons to people of all ages. Now booking new students for the 2015 - 2016 school year. Please visit my website for more information. www.musicbymusial.com
    - CM

  • 8/3 8:42pm   To add to the bicycle rider's tale of woe: even in a car you're not immune to intimidation from drivers who think the road is theirs alone, and the speed limit is a suggestion, which does not apply to them at all. I was tailgated, headlamp-flashed, and horn-beeped while doing 35 mph in a 30 mph zone, near the elementary school. When I tell that story to other Norfolk residents, they relate their local aggressive tailgater experiences. People, please! Courtesy and neighborliness, not to mention safety, are more important than your lateness. Slower careful driving is a state of mind, and once you practice it consistently, you will find it so much less stressful. You will also be adding to the peacefulness of this town, rather than detracting from it.
    - MJS

  • 7/27 11:45pm   Norfolk Library will be hosting an Introduction to Banking for Teens: A short, non-branded seminar introducing the ideas of banking to teenagers and young adults who are leaving for college or are beginning to manage their own finances. Come join us August 8th or 22th from 1-2pm to learn what the difference between checking and savings accounts actually are, tips on how to manage money smartly, advice on responsible credit-building activities, and how to protect yourself and your bank accounts when shopping online. Recommended for ages 16-22 and their parents. Delivered by Nicholas Nolin, personal banker for Santander Bank.
    - NN, Santadander Bank

    [Update 7/27 11:45pm: reposted with corrected dates - Wm.]

  • 7/27 11:38pm   Do you worry your dog isn't getting enough exercise? Do you feel guilty about leaving your dog? Are you stressed about where your pet will stay when you are away?
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    or call 781-241-2083
    - AW, Leashrly Life

  • 7/27 11:36pm   Hi KM I offer cleaning service to many families in Norfolk if you're still interested you can reach me by email edilaine_lopes@hotmail.com or text (call) me to 7742911887. thanks Edilaine L.
    - EL

  • 7/27 11:35pm   I looked online and can't seem to find what grade does the Freeman Kennedy let a child ride bike to school?
    - SD

  • 7/27 11:34pm   I lost a antique key on a silver ribbon if you find it please call Donna 774-571-9283 I was at the town hill, the new coffee shop down main street leading to St Jude's Church and in the Rectory and the CCD office. I would be so grateful if someone finds it and returns it to me so I can get into my dresser. Thanks Donna
    - DS

  • 7/27 11:33pm   Norfolk is a wonderful town full of friendly neighbors and quite streets making it a perfect place to go for a run or enjoy a bike ride. Usually there is hardly any traffic and most cars when they pass a runner or biker provide ample room. However lately I have had more than 1 close call where I have been pushed off the road because a driver does not want to share the road. If you are driving please move over, way over for others on the road. There is no law that says you cannot cross the yellow line provided you do it safely. You may think giving a runner 18 inches of room is plenty but if you are running and 3 ton SUV wizzes by at 40MPH less than an elbow's length away it makes your life flash before your eyes. If the situation comes up where there is oncoming traffic just slow down let that traffic pass then give pedestrian a little extra room. You can speed back up after you pass and trust me you won't be late for your appointment that is almost certainly not important enough to force me into the patch of poison ivy on the shoulder of the road. Thanks Norfolk.
    - RD

  • 7/27 11:32pm   Lucky Ducky Daycare in Norfolk, is currently enrolling for our academic school year 2015-2016 to begin on Sept.1,2015. We offer Pre-School/ Pre-K programs five days per week. Hours:8:30 am - 12:30 pm, snack & lunch are served daily. Our curriculum is full of hands on learning, science discoveries, math concepts, pre-reading and reading readiness, building self confidence, making lasting friendships and all around fun. Check out this exclusive offer on GROUPON! www.groupon.com/deals/lucky-ducky-daycare
    Tours are by appointment only: schedule yours today! Email - learn-with-us@luckyduckydaycare.com
    - YR

  • 7/27 11:31pm   We are looking for a field hockey stick that our 8-year old daughter can use for a week of field hockey camp. If you have one we could borrow or purchase inexpensively, please call 508-528-7503. Thank you.
    - BP

  • 7/27 11:30pm   I would like to offer dog walking assistance on an occasional basis without charge to an elderly or disabled person or just someone who cannot walk their dog due to injury or illness. Dog (and owner) must be friendly. I like dogs but cannot have one because my son is allergic. It gets me out and walking and I am sure there is someone in need of this. box521@norfolknet.com
    - DP

  • 7/27 11:27pm   For sale: Lancaster Futon ~ full size frame in natural beech wood with full size 8'' Dacron/foam futon cushion and cover. Purchased from Boston Bed Company. Excellent condition ~ $175.00. Contact alwlotcr@gmail.com
    - JR

  • 7/27 11:25pm   Hi - I have some seasoned hardwood (oak and maple) that I would like to donate to a local family, or families, in need to help alleviate some of the cost of heating in the winter. This is completely anonymous. Please feel free to reach out to me through the webmaster if you are in need or if you know someone that could use a little help. Thanks! box520@norfolknet.com
    - SO

  • 7/20 10:52pm   Norfolk family is looking for a responsible person to take care of our soon to be second grader in the early mornings starting in September. Specifically, we are hoping to have someone get to our house around 7am and see him on the school bus at 8:20am every day. We are also open to more hours after school for someone looking for that as well. In addition, we would like someone who can help us out when school is closed, etc..
    Please call Domenic @ 617-913-9233
    - DMG

  • 7/20 10:48pm   Un-Common's "CARRIE the musical" Opens July 16th
    "CARRIE the musical" presented by The Un-Common Theatre Company opens at the Orpheum Theatre, Foxboro on Thursday, July16th, Friday, July 17th, Saturday, July 18th at 7:30 pm and Sunday, July 19th at 2:00 pm. Pre-Sale Tickets are $20 for Adults and $15 for Students and Seniors and may be purchased by calling (800) 838-3006 or on line at www.unco-carrie.brownpapertickets.com. Tickets purchased at the door are $23 for Adults and $18 for Students and Seniors. For Un-Common Members, group sales or handicapped seating please email uncommontheatre@verizon.net.
    A misfit at school, Carrie White (Katie Fidler, Coventry, RI) is bullied by popular kids Chris (Olivia Losiewicz, Mansfield, MA) and Billy (Joe Spirito, North Smithfield, RI) and invisible to everyone else. Her only allies are Miss Gardner (Alexa Lieberthal, Wrentham, MA), Sue (Katie Armstrong, Mansfield, MA) and Tommy (Charlie Lowiewicz, Mansfield, MA). Terrorized by her holier-than-thou mother (Madeline Canfield, Foxboro, MA) at home, Carrie discovers she possesses a powerful secret. When a prank at the high school prom goes horribly wrong, they all find out just how scary a secret can be...
    Based on the acclaimed horror novel by Stephen King, and featuring a book by Lawrence D.Cohen (screenwriter of the classic film), music by Academy Award winner Michael Gore (Fame, Terms of Endearment), and lyrics by Academy Award winner Dean Pitchford (Fame, Footloose), Carrie the musical has been completely reworked since its legendary 1988 Broadway production to create a fully re-imagined adaptation of this gripping tale of torment and revenge.
    "CARRIE the musical" continues Un-Common's Young Adult Company's mission to present unique opportunities for cast and audiences alike to experience provocative, cutting-edge theatre in our community. Past shows have included the Moss Hart Award winning "Rent - School Edition", the national non-equity premieres of "American Idiot" and "Spring Awakening" as well as edgy dramas such as "Assassins", "Tommy", "Bat Boy" and "Anyone Can Whistle".
    Un-Common's production brings together the talents of Un-Common veteran Director Christa Crewdson (Arlington, MA) and Music Director Linda Barbieri (Attleboro, MA). The cast of twenty-one includes: From Franklin, MA: Casey Capobianco (Chris' Posse), Ian Simpson (Freddy/Sue's Interrogator) From Foxboro, MA: Madeline Canfield (Margaret White) From Holliston, MA: Mai Hartwich (Norma) From Mansfield, MA: Sara Alfaro (Ensemble), Katie Armstrong (Sue Snell), Maria Capece (Sue's Interrogator/ Ensemble), Patrick Driscoll (George), Charlie Losiewicz (Tommy Ross), Olivia Losiewicz (Chris Hargensen), Derek Lynch (Reverend Bliss/Ensemble), Catherine Sapovits (Ensemble) From Milton, MA: Jenna Corcoran (Frieda) From Norton, MA: Amanda Flicop (Mrs. Stephens), Abby Sitte (Helen) From Taunton, MA: Olivia Fonseca (Chris' Posse) From Weymouth, MA: Nate Pacheco (Stokes) From Wrentham, MA: Alexa Lieberthal (Miss Gardner), Maddy Teixeira (Ensemble) From Coventry, RI: Katie Fidler (Carrie White) From North Smithfield, RI: Joe Spirito (Billy Nolan)
    Because of the mature subject matter, this show is recommended for ages 15 and above.
    The Un-Common Theatre Co. is currently in its 35th season of providing a creative place for children, adolescents and adults to develop life skills through exposure to the professional theatrical experience. For more information about the Un-Common Theatre Co. and "CARRIE the musical" please visit their website at www.uncommontheatre.org. This program is supported in part by grants from the Easton, Foxboro, Mansfield, Norfolk and Wrentham Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
    Photo information: Carrie - Katie Fidler (Coventry, RI) as Carrie In - Front Row: Tommy Ross (Charlie Losiewicz, Mansfield, MA), Sue Snell (Katie Armstrong, Mansfield, MA), Chris Hargensen (Olivia Losiewicz, Mansfield, MA) and Billy Nolan (Joe Spirito, North Smithfield, RI) Gym Class - Katie Fidler (Coventry, RI) as Carrie
    - ND, Uncommon Theatre Company

  • 7/20 10:47pm   The corn is awesome at Jane and Pauls Farm on Fruit St.
    - BP

  • 7/20 10:46pm   Good day! I am A friendly, licensed Electrician for over 11 years. Mac Electric is your residential Electrical Specialist. We are an electrical contracting company providing homeowners the best electric repair service in the South Shore area. We service South Shore, North Shore, Metro West, and everywhere in between with fast same day service. If you are looking for an electrician for your project, remember: big or small, Mac Electric does it all. Call Michael MacDougall 508-718-9266. Thank you!! Havea great day!!!
    - MM

  • 7/20 10:45pm   Calling all Teens!! Summertime Photo Contest @ Norfolk Public Library
    Show off your photography skills! Students in grades 6-12 are invited to submit up to two photos on the theme ``Summer.'' Here's an opportunity to think about what summer means to you--is it a trip to the beach, laying in a hammock, or playing a favorite sport? Maybe it's sparklers on the Fourth of July, or an outdoor barbecue. Use your imagination, take a lot of great pictures, and enter our contest!
    Send us your stuff: Photos must be emailed as JPEG attachments to mantosh@sailsinc.org with your NAME, GRADE in the fall of 2015, an EMAIL ADDRESS, and a PHONE NUMBER.
    Although we love photography tricks, please limit yourself to minimal editing and filters. Photos will be printed on 4x6 photo paper. Instagram photos are square and do not qualify for this contest.
    Photos must have been taken within the past year. There will be two groups: grades 6-8 and grades 9-12, with prizes awarded to the top photos in each group. Voting will be done by the public, with the library staff reserving the right to break any tied votes.
    Submission starts: on-going
    Submission ends: Saturday, August 1.
    Voting starts: Wednesday, August 5.
    Voting ends: Friday, August 14.
    Winners announced: Tuesday, August 18.
    - RG, Norfolk Public Library

  • 7/20 10:44pm   Hi - Looking for a good reliable trustworthy cleaning service to come into my home in Norfolk. Thank you!
    - KM

  • 7/20 10:43pm   In search of a 2nd clarinet for our student to have as a spare and to use for marching band. Must be in at least good condition. If you have a clarinet in need of a good home, please get in touch with the details and a price. Call Steve at 774-284-0463, or email to smcdonough@nextphaselegal.com.
    - SM

  • 7/20 10:42pm   Rocky's Auto Body, here in Pondville, is the best. I repeat, the best. I read Marcia's comment to BF and without knowing the history, I would unequivocally recommend you follow-up as they are people of their word.
    - BW

  • 7/20 10:41pm   Looking for high school math tutoring? Need a refresher before school begins in the fall? Need SAT Math tutoring? Contact rondo_18@yahoo.com for details. I have taught high school math for 13 years and have also worked in licensed tutoring centers. I am very confident we can accomplish great things, and I would love to help you succeed!
    - RT

  • 7/20 10:39pm   Norfolk Library will be hosting an Introduction to Modern Banking: A short, non-branded seminar introducing the ideas of banking to teenagers and young adults who are leaving for college or are beginning to manage their own finances. Come join us August 8th or 22nd from 1-2pm to learn what the difference between checking and savings accounts actually are, tips on how to manage money smartly, advice on responsible credit-building activities, and how to protect yourself and your bank accounts when shopping online. Recommended for ages 16-22 and their parents. Delivered by Nicholas Nolin, personal banker for Santander Bank.
    - NN, Santadander Bank

    [Update 7/27 11:44pm: the correct dates are Aug 8 and 22 - NN]

  • 7/20 10:35pm   Looking for someone to do some weeding and other yard work. If interested email me. Genouf@aol.com
    - GO

  • 7/12 2:27pm   Lucky Ducky Daycare on Union St in Norfolk, is currently accepting applications for enrollments in the new academic school year 2015/2016. We offer Before and After School childcare for ages 5-12 years old. Monday thru Friday(7:00-8:30 am) & (3:15-5:30 pm) Our program is open during all school vacation weeks, professional development days, summer vacation and snow days! HOURS: (7:00 am - 5:30 pm) Located at a school bus stop! Schedule your tour today, or register online. All major credit cards are accepted. E-mail learn-with-us@luckyduckydaycare.com; take a virtual tour online: www.luckyduckydaycare.com/#!before-and-after-school-care/c14i4
    - YR, Lucky Ducky Daycare

  • 7/12 2:26pm   DR, I would recommend Hamlin Cabinets on Pond Street to have a custom cabinet built.
    - KF
    [Update 7:08pm: post removed on request - Wm.]

  • 7/12 2:24pm   King size bedspread with matching skirt for sale. Cream colored, light weight. Never been used and still in original package. $30 Email junebug1306@yahoo.com for info or a picture.
    - AW

  • 7/12 2:23pm   Do you love animals and enjoy the outdoors? Interested in spending time with pets and earn some extra money? Growing pet service business is looking for qualified dog walkers/pet sitters in the Norfolk, Franklin, Medfield and surrounding area to add to our staff. Ideal candidate is reliable, responsible, trustworthy, punctual, conscientious and friendly. Having some prior experience with dogs (personal and/or professional) a plus. Individual must feel comfortable with all types of breeds and temperaments and must be willing to work in all types of weather. Email junebug1306@yahoo.com with letter of interest and resume.
    - AW

  • 7/12 2:21pm   Join the Fun! Summer Reading Programs for Children, Teens & Adults are in full swing at the Norfolk Public Library!
    Every Hero Has a Story! and Unmask! are the 2015 Summer Reading Programs for children and teens at the Norfolk Public Library. Anyone can sign up to participate online, then use the library's website to keep track of how much time you spend reading. The goal is for each child to read or be read to for 120 minutes per week. Meet the goal, and you can win great prizes!
    The Summer Reading Program also features exciting activities and performances at the library!
    Follow this link to sign up library.virtualnorfolk.org/public_documents/NPL_childrens/youth
    Summer reading isn't just for kids any more!! Adults (ages 19 to ??) are invited to *Escape the Ordinary * this summer! Here's how it works:
    Finish at least 1 book per week (weeks are measured Sunday-Saturday) and keep track of your books online. REMEMBER, finishing 1 book per week is the minimum goal, but you can read as much as you like! For every week that you achieve the 1 book goal you may print a record of what you read and enter in our summer-long drawing for an *un-ordinary* gift of your choice.
    Follow this link to sign up library.virtualnorfolk.org/public_documents/adultsum2015
    Have fun and read on!!
    Summer reading is sponsored by the Friends of the Norfolk Public Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
    - RG, Norfolk Public Library

  • 7/12 2:20pm   Norfolk preschool has limited openings, offers extended hours, flexible days for ages 2.5 to 4
    Norfolk -- My Little Preschool, an in-home, state certified preschool located in a quiet Norfolk cul-de-sac, invites parents to register their children ages 2.5-4 years old for the upcoming school year. This quality program provides an age-appropriate learning environment on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9AM to 1PM. Parents have the option of choosing how often and which days they would like their child to attend. Space is limited.
    On a typical day, children may engage in open-ended play using a diverse set of materials, including paints, sand and water table, writing and coloring supplies, and imaginative play toys. Children enjoy story time together, and may also explore books throughout the day from the collection in the reading corner. The daily activities may include: art, cooking, science, songs, stories, and music. Weather permitting, the children play outside every day in the fenced-in play yard for fresh air and to exercise their gross motor skills.
    My Little Preschool practices a solely positive approach to children, encouraging them to learn to socialize through play. In addition to a morning snack,
    My Little Preschool offers children a nutritious lunch. The school follows a peanut/nut free diet. Parents may provide food for children with very specific dietary needs.
    My Little Preschool welcomes children who are not yet toilet trained.
    Director Laurie Hayes, also known as ``Ms. Laurie,'' worked in all facets of childcare before founding My Little Preschool in 2008. She is pleased to offer the community a small class size and low teacher-to-student ratio in a play-rich environment that's ideally suited to a child's first school experience.
    For more information or to schedule a visit, call (508) 528-7373 or email littlepreschool@aol.com. You can also visit My Little Preschool on facebook at www.facebook.com/mylittlepreschoolnorfolk.
    - JG, My Little Preschool

  • 7/12 2:19pm   Summer is here, which is the perfect time for outdoor home improvements. If you are thinking of doing any updates to your home, please think of me, Mark McGuckian, for your repairs. I specialize in all aspects of finish carpentry. That includes (but not limited to) siding, window replacements and decks. I am friendly, affordable and respectful, and come with a long list of happy customers. Please call me with any questions or ideas at 508.440.5119.
    - MM

  • 7/12 2:09pm   I'm just setting out to remodel a kitchen and bath and am not sure where to start. I'm sort of new to the area and am spoiled by having had friends in the business back where I used to live. Can someone recommend someone who has helped them design and remodel? I have a pretty clear idea of what I want to do but definitely need guidance!
    - LB

  • 7/12 2:08pm   Looking for any Street Performers who would like to perform, for roughly 30 minutes, on Friday, September 18, 2015, at Lake Pearl Luciano's.
    (jugglers, musicians, magicians, sword swallowing and other colorful acts)
    The Meet Me In Margaritaville Bash has quickly become one of Wrentham, MA must-go-to events of the summer. The event has been the major contributor to The Cure Starts Now succeeding in funding over $2.8 million in pediatric cancer research. You may be shocked to discover that only 4% of all federal cancer research funding is designated for pediatric cancer.
    thecurestartsnow.webconnex.com/meetmeinmargaritavillebash -- all are welcome
    For further information contact: lisa.mackintosh@TheCureStartsNow.ORG
    - MM

  • 7/12 2:07pm   BP: In regards to your power washer. Give me a call and I can take a look at it. My son and I repair small engines. We are in Norfolk. Mike: (508) 400-2836 or Nick: (508) 254-6710. Thank you.
    - MV

  • 7/12 2:06pm   The businesses at 242 Dedham Street, Route 1A, have opened. The Dunkin Donuts is currently open 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. and has a drive through. The Subway Restaurant, Gulf Gas Station and convenience store are also open. This plaza is in a soft open stage, meaning procedural kinks are still being worked out, but they are thirsty for customers, and are they are hiring.
    - DLJ

  • 7/12 2:05pm   Jane & Paul's farm stand is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm. They have U Pick blueberries, from the plant and off the counter, and have some of their own veggies. They will have corn, apples and pumpkins.
    - DLJ

  • 7/12 2:04pm   DR Creative Cabinets in Walpole did a kitchen remodel for us years ago, we are very happy with results.
    - SS

  • 7/12 2:01pm   Norfolk Community Day Youth Art Show Winners on Exhibit at Norfolk Public Library
    Congratulations to all those who entered the 6th annual Youth Art Show! All submitted artwork was displayed at Norfolk Community Day on June 6. In addition, the winning entries are being recognized in an exhibit of their own at the Norfolk Public Library throughout the summer.
    The theme for this year's show was a 'Scene around Norfolk/Your Community'. This art show is unique in that it showcases all levels of interest in art and all manner of creativity. This collection of work was created by young artists and enthusiasts, as well as perhaps one time drawers. It is an exceptional show and we encourage you to stop by the library this summer to view this wonderful exhibit.
    All submitted artwork received an Honorable Mention Award, with place awards given in three age groups: grades 1 & 2, grades 3 & 4, and grades 5 & 6. There was also an overall Grand Prize Winner. Winners were selected based on artistic creativity and originality. The Grand Prize winner and the 1st Place winner of each age group received a Barnes and Noble gift card.
    Again, congratulations to all of our young artists!

    Grand Prize GP Mallory Johnston
    1st & 2nd Grade 1st Samantha Barletta
    2nd Sarah Joy
    3rd Riley Dorosario
    3rd & 4th Grade 1st Brad Guden
    2nd Sydney Cloutier
    3rd Alexandria Cloutier
    5th & 6th Grade 1st Evelyn Luster
    2nd Ashley Hughs
    3rd Alexis Andrews

    - PS

  • 7/6 9:37pm  

  • 7/6 9:36pm   We went to Jane and Pauls Farm on Fruit St. yesterday for our 4th of july tradition. Lots of big blueberries and adorable farm animals to feed. We had a great afternoon on a beautiful farm!!
    - BP

  • 7/6 9:35pm   Hi! Saw a recommendation for the PC Handyman on this website. He was very friendly, polite, and helpful. Another satisfied customer! Thanks!
    - WCH

  • 7/6 9:34pm   Hi, I am looking for someone reliable and knowledgeable that repairs small engines. My power washer was borrowed while it was working, and returned non-working. I have only basic knowledge and can't get it going again. Thank you.
    - BP

  • 7/6 9:33pm   Does anyone have any recommendations for places to have a custom cabinet built?
    - DR

  • 7/6 9:32pm   We are looking for a hardwood flooring company to install a new floor and refinish existing floors, can anyone recommend a business?
    - SS

  • 7/6 9:31pm   I am looking for someone to rebuild and enlarge a small deck off our our screened-in porch. References, please. Thank you!
    - GZ

  • 7/6 9:28pm   Tickets are now available for ``CARRIE the musical'', presented by The Un-Common Theatre Company at the Orpheum Theatre, Foxboro on July 16-19, 2015! This production marks Un-Common's Young Adult Company's 11th year of offering current, cutting-edge theatre to our community and features a cast of high school and college students. Tickets may be purchased by calling (800) 838-3006 or online at www.unco-carrie.brownpapertickets.com.
    A misfit at school, Carrie White (Katie Fidler, Coventry, RI) is bullied by popular kids Chris (Olivia Losiewicz, Mansfield, MA) and Billy (Joe Spirito, North Smithfield, RI) and invisible to everyone else. Her only allies are Miss Gardner (Alexa Lieberthal, Wrentham, MA), Sue (Katie Armstrong, Mansfield, MA) and Tommy (Charlie Lowiewicz, Mansfield, MA). Terrorized by her holier-than-thou mother (Madeline Canfield, Foxboro, MA) at home, Carrie discovers she possesses a powerful secret. When a prank at the high school prom goes horribly wrong, they all find out just how scary a secret can be...
    Based on the acclaimed horror novel by Stephen King, and featuring a book by Lawrence D.Cohen (screenwriter of the classic film), music by Academy Award winner Michael Gore (Fame, Terms of Endearment), and lyrics by Academy Award winner Dean Pitchford (Fame, Footloose), Carrie the musical has been completely reworked since its legendary 1988 Broadway production to create a fully re-imagined adaptation of this gripping tale of torment and revenge.
    - ND, Uncommon Theatre Company

  • 7/6 9:26pm   Hi SC, I offer local home cleaning services and I also have references to give. You can reach me by call or text, Edilaine 774 2918887 or email edilaine_lopes@hotmail.com. Thanks
    - EL

  • 7/6 9:25pm   Hi I would like to get gutter cleaning services. Craig did gutters last time and I need his contact info to get on his schedule. Thanks
    - CB

  • 7/6 9:24pm   BF(2) just a quick note on your experience: At the time you complained, I would have offered you some credit for the work already done, and a price to replace the micro-perforated sheet metal on your truck bed. Micro-perforation is not always easily detected. It's inadvisable to patch it, since it would only break out next to the patch. It's quite expensive to replace a whole bed side, and it would have been understandable if you declined (I don't remember) based on the value of the truck, and/or your finances. There really is no other option. I'm truly sorry you had a bad experience, and I invite you to call me and discuss this with me further.
    - MS, Rocky's Auto Body

  • 6/28 11:17am   I guess if reviews are going out for business' in our area then, in fairness, the not so good experiences have to be mentioned too. Some years back, I hired Rocky's to handle some body work on my Ford pick-up truck which involved some rear quarter rot repair as well as the replacement of the rear chrome bumper. In less than one year, the bumper developed dozens of pin-hole rust spots and the body work, which involve the use of filler began to bump out and crack. It was breaking away from the original metal of the truck. I brought the truck back to them and asked about these problems. I was pleased when they said they would replace the bumper (more loss of use of the truck though) but, the lifting body work... I was told that this is what happens when filler is put upon a rotted body and that if they took an ice pick, it would go all the way through! They would not fix the rot I paid to have fixed, they just covered over it. I thought to myself... that would be like me putting roof shingles over rotted plywood. It just would not hold up. In the end, I did get a new bumper but was forced to live with the degrading body work I paid for... I was over-all unhappy and do not recommend them.
    - BF (2)

  • 6/28 11:15am   Join Holistic Health Coach Katie Lamie for a 90-minute workshop and learn how you can eat to thrive with Superfoods at The Organic Angel (located on 114c Pond St in Norfolk) on Saturday, July 25th 12-1pm. We'll cover ways to incorporate chia seeds, goji berries, cacao and acai into your diet and their various health benefits. Come and learn about how superfoods can help curb cravings and provide your body with a clean boost of energy. Recipes and samples will be provided! Cost $20. Please RSVP to angela@theorganicangel.com Thanks,
    - Katie Lamie

  • 6/28 11:14am   Local artist and designer!
    Hello all, I am Norfolk resident and a full time art student in Brooklyn, New York. I am home for the summer and offering my talent out to Norfolk and other surrounding residents for commission work. I have done numerous commissions in the past and have returning clients. Some of the work I have done includes:
    Pet Portraits
    Human Portraits (Children, Adults, babies, etc.)
    Landscapes (House Portrait, Vacation photos, seascape etc.)
    Styles range:
    Oil Painting
    Watercolor
    Collage
    Sketching
    Graphic Design
    etc.
    For a full portfolio you can check out my website: www.behance.net/lauren_gilleland
    For any interest, questions, or to make a commission you can contact me at Lgillela@pratt.edu
    - LG

  • 6/25 8:13pm   On Monday, June 1, Norfolk Grange at 28 Rockwood Road, began the process of being power washed, scraped, primed and painted after several years of a structural and interior restoration process. At long last, we were able to secure a volunteer paint team and saw exterior restoration become a reality. Norfolk Grange #135, the Historical Commission, the Community Preservation Commission and the community at large are now able to look at this historic building (built in 1863) with pride.
    We would like to thank all of the volunteers involved and would also like to recognize the following vendors both in Norfolk as well as surrounding towns: John Primpas, owner of Dunkin' Donuts, Norfolk: for lots and lots of boxes of ``joe'' and donuts, daily; Camger Coatings, Norfolk, for their many donated gallons of primer; Sherwin-Williams of Franklin, also for many donated gallons of paint; Tom Terpstra of Terpstra Painting, Norfolk, for his hours of consultation; Aqua ~Barriers, Norfolk, for donating the use of their aerial lift without which we could never have reached the really high places much less the steeple. Norfolk Pizza, Papa Gino's (Medfield), Shaws (Medfield), Roche Bros.(Millis), Burger King (Medway) and Whole Foods (Bellingham) also donated huge, delicious lunches and drinks for our hungry, thirsty workers whose boots were on the ground every day--and on staging, ladders and lifts--to work diligently amid sunshine and showers. We urge the public to patronize these vendors and thank them when you can, for helping our historic restoration program which concluded on Thursday, June 11.
    Thank you, all, and enjoy our building at 28 Rockwood Road, home of Norfolk Grange #135.
    - BW, Norfolk Grange

    [Update 7/28: corrected tpyo in grange address - Wm.]

  • 6/25 8:06pm   Moving sale on Saturday, June 27 starting at 8 am, 58 Park St., Norfolk. Items to be sold: round black kitchen table & 4 chairs, dressers, book shelves, side tables, kitchen items, etc.
    - TD

  • 6/25 8:05pm   Rocky's Auto Body is fantastic. Marcia and Rocky are great to work with and extremely knowledgeful in the art of auto restoration and repair. They have restored three of my collector cars and have done fantastic work! Rocky is one of the last true "metal fabricators" left in this business. Great family and a great job always. A 5 out of 4 on my scale!
    - CMW

  • 6/25 8:03pm   Moving soon... Free items at 20 Tucker roadside (girls bikes need a little work, dresser, bed side rail (prevents children from rolling off the bed). Also have a free large four drawer metal file cabinet, and an extra large BBQ grill needs work. There are a few items for sale. 2 firewood stands (2x4 and 2x6 construction) 20.00 each. 2 new, almost full portable propane tanks 20.00 each. 2 life pro extra large room infrared heaters with remotes 45.00 each (bought in January at 140.00). Call 505-507-8377 with questions.
    - DB

  • 6/25 8:02pm   I am looking for a company to clean gutters, can anyone recommend someone?
    - RS

  • 6/25 8:00pm   2015 KP Grad seeks yard work or other unskilled jobs until college begins on Aug 8. I???m hard working and have my own transportation. epkaelbling@gmail.com
    - LK

  • 6/25 7:59pm   Volunteers Needed to Raise Funds for King Philip Track & Field Team!
    We are looking for any and all volunteers who would like to see KP Track & Field reach their fundraising goal in order to buy much needed equipment for our team and we have an easy fun way to do it! We have been asked to staff the registration booth again this year at the Finish at the 50 (a 5K and 10K race) at Patriot place. For the past three years we have used this as a fundraiser and raised over $6,000 for the programs. This is an easy way to make some real money for little effort, but we need your help.
    Each of the registration shifts requires 22 volunteers. Shifts are 3.5 to 4 hours long, and anyone 16 or older can volunteer. Shifts are available on the following dates and times:
    Wednesday, July - 1 3:00-7:00, Thursday, July 2 - 3:00-7:00, Friday, July 3 - 12:00-3:30 and3:30-7:00.
    Sign up to volunteer at www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c45afa62da3f58-20151. Signing up is simple - just go to the website, select the shifts or shifts you can work, click the "Submit and Sign Up" button at the bottom, and then fill in the form. friends@kingphiliptrack.com
    - BB, Friends of KP Track/XC

  • 6/25 7:56pm   CS: It is you who have a [...] problem or you cannot read. Normally, I ignore you but I must answer your comment about me. I did not say anything remotely like what you allege, and wouldn't, and you know it. You raise the question of his/her [medical] condition. Why? Are you going to reach out to him/her? What is behind this preposterous, baseless interpretation? I am astonished your comment was not censored.
    - AB-G

  • 6/21 5:28pm   Happy Summer Solstice!

  • 6/21 5:10pm   The Norfolk Cultural Council would like the residents of Norfolk to take a few moments to complete a survey found by hovering over the following link, holding the CTRL key and simultaneously clicking on the link [should open the page in a new tab - Wm.] www.surveyexpression.com/Survey.aspx?id=c7170f30-eefc-4fac-a1c7-42dc9f0bcd35 There are three questions. Follow the instructions for each question, then click the Submit block when done. The Norfolk Cultural Council thanks you for taking time to complete the survey. We will use the informa tion to help guide us providing the programs that the community wants.
    - RT, NCC

  • 6/21 5:08pm   If anyone this spring is looking for somebody to do any landscape work at all, feel free to contact PGD properties. This is our second year working landscape in the Norfolk, Wrentham & Plainville Area, and with a year of experience, we are excited to be landscaping again this spring. Whether it is Lawn Mowing, Weeding Mulching, edging, or anything else involving Lawn care, we got you covered. With low convenient prices, and a steady work ethic, no job is too dirty.
    Email us: PGD.properties@gmail.com
    - BD

  • 6/21 4:52pm   Thanks for recommending us, SM! We appreciate your referrals - it's our only advertising.
    - MS, Rocky's Auto Body

    Older messages are continued in the archives, (here) - Wm.

     
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    8/8, 8/25 Norfolk Library will be hosting an Introduction to Modern Banking: A short, non-branded seminar introducing the ideas of banking to teenagers and young adults who are leaving for college or are beginning to manage their own finances. Come join us August 8th or 22nd from 1-2pm to learn what the difference between checking and savings accounts actually are, tips on how to manage money smartly, advice on responsible credit-building activities, and how to protect yourself and your bank accounts when shopping online. Recommended for ages 16-22 and their parents. Delivered by Nicholas Nolin, personal banker for Santander Bank.
    [Update 7/27 11:44pm: the correct dates are Aug 8 and 22 - NN]


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    Erica's Cleaning Services

    Cleaner available to service Norfolk residents. Currently working with multiple families and looking to grow my business in this area. References available upon request.

    "I guarantee consistent and high quality cleaning services"

    Cell phone 508-733-7597
    Email: ericahexa@hotmail.com

    8/17  

    Full Set of Sizzler Golf Clubs (2-9, PW & 5 Wood) - $65

    10 clubs in total.

    Sizzler Oversized golf clubs, graphite shaft 2-9, PW and 5 Wood. Great full set to get started and hitting the links. Grips are good and club face has plenty of strike in them.

    Leyland Bulge technology shaft
    Kelmac grips
    Accura HTS Graphite, regular flex 7 & PW

    Make me an offer! Text or call 617. Nine Three Nine . 3 7 4 9

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    8/9  

    Built-In Gas Grill

    For Sale:

    Lynx stainless steel built-in gas grill (used)
    For sale: $495.00
    Was $2,000 new. Needs a little TLC.

    Contact: Pamela
    617-522-2588

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    8/3  

    Matching Tabletop Topiaries

    Beautiful tabletop topiaries in excellent condition. Great for a fireplace mantel or entryway! $35 for pair or best offer. Please contact Julia at juliagaudet@gmail.com

    8/3  

    Swivel bar stools for sale

    Pair of swivel bar height stools for sale. Both in great condition and very comfortable! $40 each or $75 for pair or best offer. Please contact Julia at juliagaudet@gmail.com

    7/27  

    Locally Made Bracelets, Earrings, and More

    Looking for local, handmade jewelry either for yourself or as a gift? Effervescent Hedgepig offers a variety of earrings, bracelets, and more, all made here in Norfolk. Check us out on Etsy at effervescenthedgepig.etsy.com, or visit us at our website at effervescenthedgepig.com!

    7/20  

    Items for sale

    Twin bedroom set - 2 twin beds(head and footboards) and dresser
    Asking $400. But open to offers (pictures 1&2)
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    Ethan Allen hutch. $800. Open to offer
    Willing to sell pieces separately - bottom would make great server (pictures 3&4)
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    7/12  

    Moving Sale

    Leather Sofa, Love Seat, and Coffee Table, Side Table, and Console Table ($800)

    Complete Office Furniture, with Table lamp and a Nice Chair ($100)

    Full-size Bedroom Set ($150)

    Dresser, Nightstand, Lamp ($90)

    Tables ($20) each

    6/21

    Please call 508 404 8303

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    Thule Summit Cargo Box

    Good condition
    $100 or best offer !

    Call 508/479/3893
    ( Norfolk )

    6/15  


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