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  • 11/23 8:05pm   For sale: Baldwin Acrosonic model 2096 upright piano with matching bench. One owner. Mint condition. Fine furniture details. Beautiful cherry finish.
    Impeccable tone and responsive touch. Baldwin Acrosonic is America's number one selling piano and is consistently recommended by piano teachers to their students. $2500. Call 508-384-8179 leave message.
    - DC

  • 11/23 7:29pm   Hello, Can anyone recommend a reasonably priced house cleaner? Thanks!
    - LH

  • 11/23 7:28pm   Tree removal service (insured arborists only!) recommendations please -
    We would like to take down as well as limb some trees in our back yard, but want to have the hard wood cut up in lengths for future use as firewood. The trees would have to be climbed. So we need an insured AND reasonably priced AND knowledgable arborist. Any recommendations please?
    Need name(s) ASAP! Thank you.
    - PAR

  • 11/23 7:23pm   Two male guinea pigs with cage are looking for a forever home. We are fostering two 1 year old guinea pigs for a friend and are looking for a forever home for these sweet boys, Smudge and Caramel. We are asking a small rehoming fee of $50 as we do not want them to become snake food, and are looking for a good home where they will get lots of love. Guinea pigs require a decent amount of space to run, and so we are including their cage setup. The setup will include the cage, the pan, water bottle, hay rack, and hidey houses. The cage, as is, will require a minimum of 28"x 56" of floor or table space, but if needed, the cage can be reduced to 28" x 42". To see what kind of cage they have you can google guinepigcages.com. By the way, if you have never had a guinea pig, guineapigcages.com is an excellent resource to learn about proper guinea pig care. Please contact me with inquiries at lynn.levinson@gmail.com
    - LL

  • 11/23 7:19pm   I began voice lessons a few months ago with Elyssa at Ivy Music Academy. I had taken lessons from another voice instructor here in Massachusetts, as well as from a prominent voice instructor in Newport Beach, California, who trained many of the celebrity singers. In spite of all of my previous lessons, I felt that I never was able to excel with my voice. I have always loved singing but always struggled with my singing voice.
    I found Elyssa to be the most enthusiastic instructor I have ever worked with. She is very talented, attentive to detail and loves her job, which I believe is so important. Additionally, she's just a wonderful person!
    I also have to say that everyone else at the academy is terrific. It's a very warm, welcoming and friendly place to study.
    I look forward to my lessons so much, that, rather than going only once a week, like I started, I now go 3 times a week at my request. I just love Elyssa and Ivy Music Academy.''
    - DD

  • 11/23 7:17pm   Any recommendations for firewood in Norfolk?
    - NH

  • 11/23 7:16pm   Looking for someone to clean my gutters for not too much money. Anyone know of a reliable company or person?
    - RS

  • 11/23 7:15pm   Avaiable 8 foot by 40 foot storage container for rent with electricity and one parking space for $250 per month. Email box505@norfolknet.com
    - SB

  • 11/23 7:14pm   Norfolk Cooperative Preschool will be holding their annual "Open House" for new families on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 from 9:30-11am. Come on in and see what NCP is all about. There will be a free gift for all children attending. www.norfolkcoop.org
    - CP

  • 11/23 7:13pm   If you are looking for a fun activity with your little one please join us on Monday Mornings at the Norfolk Cooperative Preschool for a free playgroup. The Playgroup is held in the Pre-school playroom from 9:15-10am for ages 12 mos - 2.5yrs. Space is limited to 10 children so please sign-up on the schools website at www.norfolkcoop.org
    - CP

  • 11/23 7:12pm   I am reaching out to the community, in search of used highchairs in good condition. I am a teacher in the KP district. Grandchildren are coming for the holidays so I need them soon.
    I would consider purchasing them for a reasonable fee. Thanks!!
    - JO

  • 11/23 7:11pm   EM - please go to Dr. Kevin Cooper at LifeForce Health Center on Route 1. He has a string of initials after his name (which is good for the credential factor but also for integrated therapies). Years ago, I was referred to him by an orthopedic surgeon (which tells you a lot about his effectiveness) and he literally changed my life. You will very happy you found him.
    - CA

  • 11/23 7:10pm   I, too, am wondering what is going in across from Jane and Paul's farm. Doesn't anyone know the answer... for sure? (Not just speculations).
    - JEC

  • 11/23 7:09pm   Robert Roofing and Gutters in Norfolk cleans gutters. Call Rob at 857-247-8709.
    - KS

  • 11/23 7:06pm   Hi, my name is Jennifer and I am a 9th grader at KP High School and I'm looking for babysitting opportunities. I am very good with children and will give 100% of my attention to your kids. I am trustworthy, reliable, loyal, and responsible.
    I can do simple housework when children are asleep. I am available Tuesdays 3:00 - 8:00 PM, and Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. I am also available on short notice. I can be reached at (781) 690-1816.
    - JP

  • 11/23 7:04pm   Hello, I have a set or Remo Rototoms in really mint condition. It comes with the stand and the three rototoms, they sound great! I would like to get $150 for them. I also have more drum stuff that I am willing to sell. You can contact me at 401-580-3545 or email me at 1sharktooth@comcast.net Thanks,
    - DA

  • 11/23 7:01pm   Where's the best place in the area for firewood?
    - NH

  • 11/23 6:59pm   The Un-Common Theatre Company's Young Performers Production is excited to offer auditions for students in grades 1 through 6 for Disney's Alice in Wonderland, JR. on Sunday, December 14, 2014, from 10 am to 1:30 pm. Directed by Mount Saint Charles High School Senior Sean Leehan, Choreographed by Franklin High School Junior Kalen Hughes and Music Directed by Professional Vocal Instructor Linda Barbieri, this show will feature a cast of 1st through 6th graders and will be performed at the Qualters Middle School in Mansfield, MA, March 13-15, 2015.
    Lewis Carroll's famous inquisitive heroine comes to life in Disney's Alice in Wonderland JR., a delightful adaptation of the classic Disney film. Join Alice as she chases the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar, and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game! The story is narrated by not one, but three Cheshire Cats! You'll also meet dozens of other wonderfully wacky characters including rock lobsters, talking fish, royal cardsmen, unbirthday partiers, as well as a group of mean-girl flowers.
    Disney's Alice in Wonderland JR. is a fast-paced stage adaptation of the timeless film, featuring such classic Disney songs as "I'm Late," "The Un- birthday Song" and "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah." The whole family will enjoy travelling down the rabbit hole and joining Alice in her madcap adventures in Wonderland!
    Auditions will be held at the Orpheum Theatre in Foxboro, MA for students in grades 1 through 6 on Sunday, December 14th, from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Callbacks will be held from 3 to 5 pm. To make an appointment, email uncommontheatre@verizon.net. Please provide your name, grade, age, e-mail address and telephone number. A representative from The Un-Common Theatre Company will contact you with an appointment time and more information.
    For those who are new to the audition process or would like to improve their auditioning skills, Un-Common is also offering an Introduction to Auditioning Workshop on Thursday, December 4th from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at the Orpheum Theatre in Foxboro, MA. The workshop will be presented by Michael Hammond, Director and Choreographer of Un-Common's Fall Production of Seussical, and Linda Barbieri, Music Director of the upcoming Disney's Alice in Wonderland, JR., with Alice in Wonderland's Director Sean Leehan and Choreographer Kalen Hughes presenting an overview of the upcoming Young Performers Production. A breakout session for parents will also be offered to introduce and review the process of the production from auditions to opening night. The workshop fee is $25 per child which includes the parent session. Email uncommontheatre@verizon.net to reserve your space.
    For more information about audition requirements and the Introduction to Auditioning Workshop, please visit www.uncommontheatre.org.
    - ND, Uncommon Theatre Company

  • 11/23 6:56pm   Shop Small Business Saturday on November 29, 2014. Lucky Ducky Daycare sells Gift Certificates in the following amounts: $100.00-$500.00! We accept most major credit cards. Receive a FREE Tote bag with your purchase and (save 20% off the face value)"ONE DAY ONLY". Lucky Ducky Daycare is also hosting "Parents Night Out" on Saturday 11/29 from 3-8 p.m. Additional R.S.V.P information and tickets are available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lucky-ducky-daycare-parents-night-out-for-ages-4-11-years-old-tickets-14233547925
    learn-with-us@luckyduckydaycare.com/(508)528-2626 /Pre-School, and School Age Childcare (for Grades K-5) www.luckyduckydaycare.com
    - YM, Lucky Ducky Daycare

  • 11/23 6:56pm   11/16 10:13pm Could somebody please share a reference for an exterior siding professional to replace the siding and three windows for one side of our home. Hoping for somebody local, trustworthy and reasonably priced. Thank you. - DMD
    BH House Frames LLC of Franklin MA is a great contact to repair siding and window replacement. I have worked with Brian Robsham for over a decade on many residential and commercial projects; professional, trustworthy and reasonable. 508-560-2753
    - RD, Complete Builders, LLC

  • 11/23 6:54pm   Immediate opening for infant/toddler in Norfolk family child care. Personalized care in a warm and secure environment where your child can learn and grow.
    Open Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm. Licensed by the Dept of Early Education and Care, MA.
    Small group setting, smoke free home, meals and snacks provided. Located in a quiet family neighborhood. References available.
    I can be reached at norfolkchildcare@live.com or 508-520-3694.
    - TCT

  • 11/23 6:50pm   With school and football season approaching, J. Hockman Inc. will support the local community by donating $5 for every septic pump completed in the towns of Norfolk, Plainville and Wrentham. Proceeds will assist with King Philip's fund raising efforts for a new artificial athletic field.
    Call 508.384.1400 to schedule a pump today!"
    - KG, J. Hockman Inc.

  • 11/16 10:29pm   I am looking for italian classes for my 7 and 9 year old if anyone can recommend somewhere local. Thanks!
    - SG

  • 11/16 10:28pm   Norfolk Lions Club is in full swing with their annual Christmas Tree Sale!! This month long event is one of the Lions Club's most important fundraisers and a great opportunity for the Lions to connect with so many members of the community during the holiday period. Sales begin the day after Thanksgiving, on November 28, and continue until all trees are gone. We hope to see you down at the lot early for best selection.
    As has been its tradition in the past six years, the Norfolk Lions Christmas Tree Sale is located on the lot next to the Dunkin Donuts on Main Street in downtown Norfolk. We thank the owners of our local Dunkin Donuts for their continued support of the Norfolk Lions.
    Selling hours are weekdays from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM and weekends from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. The Lions will be happy to trim the bottom of your tree, wrap it and secure it to your car, although pickup trucks are very much appreciated. We accept cash and checks to the Norfolk Lions Club; sorry no credit cards.
    Did you know that it takes 10 to 12 years of growing time and professional care to bring a Christmas tree to harvest? Our trees come from northern Maine and they are fresh and beautiful! We have both Balsam and Frazier Fir trees, as well as wreaths. We also have tree bags and tree life preservative to promote needle retention and help keep your tree fresh.
    All of the proceeds from the sales of the trees go right back into the local Norfolk community and to various Lions charities. "Monies that the Lions generate go to seed such research as blindness prevention, diabetes prevention and numerous other causes", says Ed Melanson, this year's President and King Lion. "Norfolk Lions has donated over $250,000 in it's over 50 years of service to the community".
    This year we will have a collection bin at the tree lot for Coats 4 Kids. We will be collecting coats for men, women and children to be given to families in need in our community. Any and all coats in good condition are needed and all will be dry-cleaned courtesy of Anton's Cleaners.
    We will also be collecting non-perishable food donations for the benefit of the Norfolk Food Pantry. Like many of us, the food pantry has been hit hard during these economic times and we would like to help out. Bill Hawkins, co-chairman of the Christmas Tree Sale, further comments, "Your contributions to the Norfolk Food Pantry would be appreciated and could not come at a better time of year."
    Again this year, the Boy Scouts of Norfolk will be offering a tree pick up service after the holidays. For $10, the Scouts will pick up a tree at any house in Norfolk and bring it to the transfer station for recycling. You can register for this service at the lot when you buy your tree.
    The Norfolk Lions Club currently has 82 men and women members and is growing! We meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM at the Novatos Bar and Grill at 218 Dedham St (Rt. 1A) in Norfolk, MA. For more information or to get involved with the Norfolk Lions Club, please visit www.NorfolkMALions.org, or send email to norfolk lionsmembership@gmail.com or talk to any Lions member you may know.
    - PS, Norfolk Lions

  • 11/16 10:27pm   Hopefully you have all read your town meeting warrant, up and down, back and forth. Our apologies for the printing challenges that many of you are experiencing. Our printer will have more warrants delivered to town hall on Monday, with pages in the correct order.
    Copies are available today at the Library and Senior Center and on the web at www.virtualnorfolk.org.
    Sorry for the inconvenience. We hope to see you at Town Meeting on Tuesday at 7 pm at the King Philip Middle School.
    - JH, Town of Norfolk

  • 11/16 10:26pm   Hi - does anyone have any recommendations for a local person/company that cleans gutters? Thanks,
    - JS

  • 11/16 10:25pm   FB: for gutter cleaning, call Craig Robinson here in town. You can reach him at 508-530-2453 or 508-520-1459.
    - VR

  • 11/16 10:24pm   Looking for a finish carpenter to do some work on my kitchen cabinets. Anyone have any recommendations?
    - JFO (3)

  • 11/16 10:23pm   We are considering switching cell phone service carriers from Sprint to T Mobile. T Mobile does publish signal coverage maps, but I was wondering what the real-life experience of other T Mobile customers has been with signal strength in and around Norfolk. Thank you.
    - KC

  • 11/16 10:20pm   I go to Absolute Health on South St in Wrentham. Dr. Chris it terrific. Phone 508-384 0944
    - JR

  • 11/16 10:14pm   Hello TG. Many thanks to your reply about my whole house humidifier inquiry. I have never heard that before about these units, so I will proceed with caution before making a recommendation to my neighbor. THANK YOU for replying and for your help.
    - AMG

  • 11/16 10:13pm   Could somebody please share a reference for an exterior siding professional to replace the siding and three windows for one side of our home. Hoping for somebody local, trustworthy and reasonably priced. Thank you.
    - DMD

  • 11/16 10:11pm   KP - ask DESE, MCAS is only mandatory to graduate not to take every year. And just like the SATs there is no studying for it just practice and if the teachers have done a decent job at teaching reading, writing, math and science then any student should be able to walk in and take the test and pass. It is not authentic and again, just like the SATs, (which is why many of the top colleges don't put much credit to them) any student who can sit for three hours straight with a decent enough education should be able to pass without 7 years of taking it! And students can take it several times in high school as needed. I've also been told even students on IEPs rarely fail after the second or third try. It's not authentic, it's not cumulative and the stress and anxiety of these poor kids is palpable in the schools during MCAS time. Btw, I don't work in Norfolk and telling the teachers and the Superintendent about your dismay is preaching to the choir. It starts at the top.
    - JW

  • 11/16 10:10pm   Need someone to clean our gutters of pine needles and leaves. Any recommendations?
    - FB

  • 11/11 12:23pm   Hello: I am looking for a chiropractor in the area. I am interested in one that could possibly help with chronic headache. Any recommendations? Thank you in advance.
    - EM

  • 11/11 12:22pm   Un-Common Theatre Company's Improv Soup Show Friday, November 14th
    Improv Soup continues its 17th season with their monthly show on Friday November 14th at 7:30 pm at the Burrell School Auditorium in Foxboro, MA. This unique teenage improvisational comedy troupe is made up of 14 teenagers from all over Southeastern Massachusetts. The Soupians perform long and short form Improv based on audience suggestions, developing team building skills and learning to work as a unit and supporting each other during the process.
    This year's cast of truly hilarious teens is guaranteed to provide an enjoyable evening of fun for all ages. Created in 1998 by Christa Crewdson (Arlington, MA), Improv Soup is currently produced by ChrisLowey (Foxboro, MA) and directed by Improv Soup Alumni, Colleen Murphy (Brighton, MA) who continues to develop Superior Soupians. This talented group is one of the few teen Improv Troupes in Massachusetts.
    Tickets are a bargain at $5 for students and seniors and $7 for adults, available at the door.
    Please join us for an evening of fabulous improvisational comedy and guaranteed entertainment!
    The current troupe consists of: From Foxboro, MA: James Donoghue & Sophie Philibert; From Mansfield, MA: Shannon Carney, Patrick Driscoll & Derek Lynch; From North Attleboro, MA: Val Stevens; From Norwood, MA: LauraAilinger; From Sharon, MA: Georgia Rose Fraser, Sam Fromkin, Ethan Gekow, Julia Getz & Noah Habbe; From Sherborn, MA: Franci DuMar; From Wrentham, MA: Dan Regnier
    The 2014/15 schedule is as follows:
    November14, 2014
    December 19, 2014
    January 23, 2015
    February 13, 2015
    March 13, 2015
    April 17, 2015
    May 14, 2015
    June 12, 2015
    All shows are held at 7:30 P.M. in the Burrell School Auditorium, 16 Morse St,Foxboro, MA. We hope to see you there!
    - CL, Uncommon Theatre Company

  • 11/11 12:21pm  
    - JT

  • 11/11 12:20pm   Hello, I have been the small engine repair business for a long time (1982), looking to service any and all outdoor power equipment (snow blowers, lawn mower, gas & diesel tractors). I will pick up and return it to you locally (Norfolk) for *free* and beat the local repair shops labor rate by far, so if interested email me [...]. Or call me @ [...].
    I can save you money, with just the pick-up & delivery alone - some of the local companies charge up to $70.00 for Norfolk residents, I'm offering a quick turn around if possible (unless major parts need to be ordered). please remember to provide your contact info and best number and time to call you back.
    we also do residential Snow Plowing (filling up quickly)
    - JV

    [Update 11/16 10:21pm: removed contact info, JV is flooded with work at the moment - Wm.]

  • 11/11 12:19pm   Reminder: The Norfolk Public Library is now open on Sundays, Noon - 4pm. If you have a hard time getting to the library during the week, take advantage of the Sunday hours!
    - RG, Norfolk Public Library

  • 11/11 12:18pm   If you, or someone you know, is still looking for a spot for a 1st or 2nd grade boy for indoor session 1 at Fore Kicks, Rosie Hamilton is looking to form one more team for the "Macro League". Please contact Rosie at rosaliehamilton@forekicks.com if you are interested, or if you have any questions.
    Session # 1 Begins: 11/7/14 Ends: 1/16/15
    Please note first week games for this league will start on Nov 7, 2014.
    NO PLAYER MEMBERSHIP FEES or additional referee fees. SPECIAL: Teams playing in session 1 save $50 off session 2 league fee MORE GAMES: Our leagues include 8 league games.
    Our 5v5 Macro league is designed for 1st and 2nd grade boys and girls (6-8 year olds) to serve as a step towards the 6v6 format and to develop the abilities of our younger soccer players. A goalie position is introduced but still limits the number of field players to four to maximize each player's touches on the ball. Play will be on our special taraflex surfaced courts with a special ball designed for this format. Teams only may register and must have a responsible adult (over 21) accompanying them each week.
    Teams may roster up to 12 players. Games will consist of two 25 minute halves with referees. No standings or scores will be kept or emphasized. Each player will receive our popular Fore Kicks T-shirt participation award.
    Games will be played Fridays, with kick-off between 4pm-7pm for 8 games over 9 playing weeks; starting Nov. 7, 14, 21, Dec. 5, 12, 19, Jan 2, 9 and 16 (no games on Nov. 28, or Dec 26). Please click on the detailed info and registration button below for more information and sign-up information.
    All teams are responsible for providing a valid contact email address when registering as this will be the primary method of communication with all teams prior to and during the season.
    - CM

  • 11/11 12:17pm   Looking to get my hardwood floors sanded and refinished. Any suggestions? Thanks
    - LS

  • 11/11 12:16pm   AMG; I had two different companies tell me not to install a humidifier system because it would rot my duct work. I should have listened to them!! Had to replace the duct.
    I have since bought stand alone humidifiers; they come in different sizes. Good luck!
    - TG

  • 11/11 12:15pm   http://www.virtualnorfolk.org/public_documents/norfolkma_atm/index
    I found town meeting warrant has finally been posted.
    - MN

  • 11/11 12:12pm   Re: Walgreens post of position available. I will help spread the word, only if you mount a cork board in your vestibule so we can share other community events and offers there. I asked once ~two years ago and got the ole "company policy says no". So are you the friendly "corner store" as your current campaign sugggests?
    - MN

  • 11/11 12:11pm   NCTV is getting ready to put together the workshop list for January - June 2015 so our question for you is: What do you want to learn?! We have some new teachers who are excited to get going and we want to tailor our workshop list to your interests. Any and all suggestions are welcome! Please take our quick 6 question survey: www.surveymonkey.com/s/7LP7MFM
    Thanks!
    - KW, NCTV

  • 11/11 12:08pm   We are looking to re-home our two beautiful Goldendoodles. These two dogs are litter-mates, (brother and sister) and were born in August, 2013. They are lively, loving, and full of energy. We are asking that these siblings be taken AS A PAIR. We are not willing to separate them, as they are very bonded to each other. They have been raised in a family with 2 young children (4 and 6), as well as guinea pigs. These two dogs require attention, love, and exercise. A fully fenced (conventional or electric) is highly recommended, as they love to explore. Both dogs have been fully vetted, and are spayed, neutered, and microchipped. Please contact me with inquiries at lynn.levinson@gmail.com
    - LL

    [Update 11/22 7:23pm: We found a home, thanks so much! - LL]

  • 11/11 12:06pm   I want to thank all the first-time Republicans for making a valiant effort in the ``Bluest of Blue States'' to put it kindly. I especially want to recognize Norfolk's Patricia Saint Aubin who worked incredibly hard and was elegant and gracious during her concession speech. Hopefully these brave souls will not give up on politics.
    - AB-G

  • 11/11 12:04pm   11/02 7:20pm Hello. I sure would appreciate the thoughts of you construction experts out there. I want to install 2 new storm doors on a modular home I own in Barrington, New Hampshire. The house is in excellent condition as are the door frames. I have been researching Home Depot and Lowe's products, went out to view them, but when I read about them online, I can't get a good sense of which to buy. There are a lot of negative posts out there regarding Anderson storm doors (even the 400 series that I am considering) and the "Tradewinds" name by Larson. I am trying to find 1 full view and 1 highview with built in screen and I don't want to have to replace them in 2 or 3 years. My budget is mid $200's per door plus installation. Can you experts share your opinions, please? Your thoughts would be very much appreciated.
    Any licensed and insured Norfolk contractor reading this who does pick ups and installations in Southern NH area?? almgl1@verizon.net
    Thanks so much. - AMG
    Hello AMG,
    You requested feedback from construction experts so I thought I would reply to your post regarding storm doors (Complete Builders, LLC of Norfolk: Your Professional MA Residential Builders & Design Specialists www.CBuildllc.com
    I am not familiar with the Tradewinds/Larson brand you mentioned so I will direct the info to the Anderson/EMCO series that HD offers.
    Probably the number one feature to look for as you are making choices/comparisons is whether or not the storm door has a wood core. This is common in the EMCO series found at Home Depot (which is actually an Anderson brand). The downside to the wood core is that if moisture penetrates that wood core it will affect the lifespan of the door (thus counterproductive to your comment that you want it to last longer than a few years).
    Although these doors are within the price range you mentioned it is best to find out if the 400 series that you are considering has that wood core; you may be spending it all again within a few short years. The Anderson 2000 series and 2500 series offer full view and also a foldaway screen option for about $250. Home Depot charges $127 for install. This includes the $30 to come out and measure and see if your door opening needs any other work done to accommodate the storm door; such as a repairs to existing door jam or a "build out". Those types of things would add cost to the install but are evaluated and priced out beforehand. If you should decide after the measuring that it just doesn't work for you, my understanding is that HD will only charge the $30 for the time their installer spent coming out to measure and evaluate. Not sure if you are an avid DIY'er but storm doors tend to be a very challenging install; "some assembly required" is an understatement and the $127 install fee is worth every penny. I hope you find this info helpful in making your storm door selection for your NH home.
    - RD, Complete Builders, LLC

  • 11/11 12:03pm   AMG... Both Andersen and Larson are good choices. When a vendor sells lots and lots of storm doors, they will generate some negative press as there will always be those who can never be happy. Try to look at the positive press too. Choices are somewhat limited and I have installed a lot of both doors over the years. Andersen will immediately back up their door if there is a problem plus they have a great installation guidance phone line as well. Hope this helps.
    - BF (2)

  • 11/11 12:02pm   Hi - Looking for recommendations for companies that build retaining walls. I think it's too big of a job for a mason.
    Thanks,
    - JW

  • 11/11 12:00pm   Don't miss out on the Norfolk Community League's Comedy Night on November 15th at the Italian American Club in Walpole. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $30 per person and includes appetizers and snacks (cash bar). We'll be having three great comedians including Ira Proctor as our headliner! Tickets are limited so get yours today at www.norfolkcommunityleague.org/events. The event is open to everyone so please invite your friends!
    - JT

  • 11/10 11:59pm   The Norfolk Community League is excited to host a Comedy Night on November 15, 2014 at the Italian American Club, 109 Stone Street in Walpole. Doors will open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm sharp. Tickets are $30 per person and includes appetizers and snacks (cash bar). There will be three great comedians - Gary Petersen, Mike Whitman, and Ira Proctor as our headliner! Check him out at www.iraproctor.com and www.capecodcomedy.com! Don't wait, purchase your tickets today - tinyurl.com/nclcomedynight! This is a great chance to meet up with some friends and have a ton of laughs!
    - AB, NCL

  • 11/10 11:58pm   Looking for a personal driver for local trips. Must be available on short notice. Please call Barbara, 508-932-5754.
    - BP

  • 11/10 11:57pm   Does anyone know of someone who is affordable and can do a Fall clean up (raking/leaf blowing only)? No need for mowing or pruning... Thanks!
    - AW

  • 11/10 11:56pm   Hi, if anyone is looking for house cleaner. I have been cleaning for families in Norfolk for 5 years and I have some opening. please call 774 2911887. thanks
    - EL

  • 11/10 11:55pm   Growing pet care company looking for Administrative Assistance. Great opportunity for someone looking for Mother's hours and to grow with an expanding business.
    Appropriate candidate: Is extremely detail-oriented and organized; Can work well independently in a fast-paced environment; Has excellent communications skills (both written and verbal); Is looking for a long-term position in pet care.
    Responsibilities include:
    - Implement and manage recruitment efforts for the business
    - Must be versed in using on and offline recruitment sources
    - Interview, check references, and hire for all open positions
    - Promote business online through directories and other low-cost sources
    - Develop, manage and expand monthly business e-newsletter
    - Experience with MailChimp and top social media sites
    - Support team in the management of all the day-to-day activities of the business such as client communications and timely responses to requests, generating invoices, making deposits, setting up and managing schedules, and more.
    - Marketing support and follow up
    Requirements: Approximately 40 hours a month. Remote, work-from-home position (approx 10 hours a week where some weeks will be more and other weeks will require less time). Individual must have their own computer and access to mobile phone (with a data plan), experience texting, emailing and the ability to manage and navigate web-based software.
    Training is detailed so only looking for someone interested in a long-term, permanent position.
    Please respond via email with salary requirement, a resume and letter of inquiry of why this would be an ideal position for you. Email: junebug1306@yahoo.com
    - AW

  • 11/10 11:32pm   JW - I would be careful with your words. MCAS is a mandatory exam for all students. PARCC is not, yet. I surely hope that your child's Principal, and probably my child's too, didn't tell you that you can opt out of MCAS too.
    That said, you are 100% right that they teach to the exam. It is totally wrong that the standard daily learning activities are altered for this prior to the exam period. I bet the Principal didn't admit to that though. All it does is get the kids worked up about a test that they should be able to pass regardless. Parent/teacher conferences are this week in Norfolk. Every parent should tell their child's teacher that they oppose the 'cram session' before the upcoming exams. If enough parents voice a concern it might make the Superintendent realize that something is wrong; or at least make her comment on it.
    - KP

  • 11/02 7:20pm   Hello. I sure would appreciate the thoughts of you construction experts out there. I want to install 2 new storm doors on a modular home I own in Barrington, New Hampshire. The house is in excellent condition as are the door frames. I have been researching Home Depot and Lowe's products, went out to view them, but when I read about them online, I can't get a good sense of which to buy. There are a lot of negative posts out there regarding Anderson storm doors (even the 400 series that I am considering) and the "Tradewinds" name by Larson. I am trying to find 1 full view and 1 highview with built in screen and I don't want to have to replace them in 2 or 3 years. My budget is mid $200's per door plus installation. Can you experts share your opinions, please? Your thoughts would be very much appreciated.
    Any licensed and insured Norfolk contractor reading this who does pick ups and installations in Southern NH area?? almgl1@verizon.net
    Thanks so much.
    - AMG

  • 11/02 7:19pm   Ocean State Job Lot is offering a 25% Discount to Active Military and Veterans on November 6-12. ID required.
    - PRB

  • 11/02 7:18pm   EM: A1 Paving did my driveway about five years ago and I have been very pleased. 508-384-7314.
    - JK

  • 11/02 7:17pm   JG: MF Landscape in Walpole is super! I have been through many, many plow people due to my difficult driveway. He is meticulous and the best. Call Mike: 508-404-4819.
    - JK

  • 11/02 7:16pm   Whole house humidifier installer wanted.
    Could someone please recommend a reputable and reasonable company or individual who can supply and install a whole house humidifier for my neighbor's forced air furnace? Home is approximately 4 years old, located in Norfolk and the air ducts are easily accessed adjacent to the furnace in the basement with electricity easily accessed. Most of us have Skuttle systems installed by the developer but she did not elect to do so at construction. Square footage is approximately 1800. The installer must be licensed and insured and able to produce documents to that effect as required by our condo association.
    Many thanks.
    - AMG

  • 11/02 7:15pm   Job Posting! Walgreen's, located in the Norfolk Center is looking to hire a new Pharmacy Technician! It/s a part-time position (approximately 20 hours/week). Looking for Tuesday - Thursday - Friday day! Friendly atmosphere & store discount! Apply at the store or at Walgreens.com. Thanks!
    - HE, Walgreens

  • 11/02 7:14pm   Ivy Music Academy has the pleasure to announce that our great guitar teacher and player Steve Marchena will perform at the Arts Instructors Concert at Bentley University on Wednesday, November 5th (6:30 doors).
    - VS, Ivy Music Academy

  • 11/02 7:13pm   KP Parent Network 2015 All Night Party Kick-off
    The King Philip Parent Network will hold a kick-off planning event for the 2015 All Night Party on Thursday, November 20th during Parent Teacher Conferences at the high school. From 5:30-8 p.m., parents are invited to stop by the KPPN table in the main lobby for party information and refreshments. In addition, a sneak preview of the party will be available in the auditorium. Raffle tickets will be sold for prizes such as front row seats and premiere parking at graduation. In addition, to celebrate this year's silver anniversary of the party, there will be a silver ball drop raffle with cash and non-cash prizes. The All Night Party is a 25-year-old tradition that keeps graduates safe on the night of graduation. Over 100 parent volunteers are needed to help decorate, set-up and chaperone the party. For more information about the party and the KP Parent Network, visit the KPPN website at kpparentnetwork.org
    - GA

  • 11/02 7:12pm   Growing business in need of support. If you are looking for flexible, work-from-home part-time work, we have a number of openings on our team. In addition to hiring for dog walking and pet sitting help, we also have an administrative support role opening, an outreach assistant and recruitment position to fill. A combination of roles may also be worked out for the right candidate. Please email us at general0308@outlook.com with interest letter and resume. Please note which position is of interest.
    - AW

  • 11/02 7:09pm   Overwhelmed with the process of organizing your home improvement project? [frequently asked questions] Relax: We'll get you here.
    Design, Permits, Budgets, Financing, Time Management - it can all be overwhelming. Complete Builders will manage the entire process so that it does not become your full time job.
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    Complete Builders, LLC; 774-696-6542
    - RD

  • 11/02 5:13pm   Don't delay, register for the KPMA's Musical Miles Roadrace to be held on Sunday, 11/23, 10 am, at the Cracker Barrell Fairgrounds in Wrentham. Live music to be played at every mile! All proceeds will benefit the King Philip Music Asssociation, supporting musical programming at King Philip and the KP Turf Field Project. Register before 11/7 to be guaranteed a t-shirt and a raffle ticket. Register at www.kpma.racewire.com OR for mail in, there are registration forms at Norfolk Recreation Dept, NCTV station and Norfolk Public Library. Being the week of Thanksgiving, we will also be collecting canned goods/non-perishable food items for the local food pantries. For every 3 items donated, you will receive 1 free raffle ticket!
    - MC

  • 11/02 5:12pm   Does anyone know a good, reasonably priced daycare in the area? We are currently at bright horizons and looking to cut back costs. Thanks!
    - CM

  • 11/02 5:11pm   PJT: I am a special educator in a local district and agree with you about PARCC/MCAS, etc. When my children get older, I will be pulling them from school during those hours of test days and taking them to a museum or some other educational activity. I did not realize parents had a CHOICE to opt their kids out until I asked my principal (which he said do not tell people, lol). I do not directly teach students regarding these tests so I have no "dog in the race." However, I see the teachers take two months before the test and just drill the students on reading MCAS style passages that have nothing to do with the curriculum and writing boring open responses; and special education students placed in extra special classes to continue practicing the same drills and just making those kids "love" reading, math and writing even more. Teachers are told over and over again "differentiate", "have the kids move - don't let them sit for more than 20 minutes", and "do group work and multi-modality assignments to engage all different learners". Then the state says ok, sit the kids down ALL DAY - if needed, do not practice active engagement, do not talk, sit, read, write and that is how we will assess if you learn. This is not authentic. It is a test of endurance/attention. I feel the worst for the students in special education who get ALL their worked modified during the school year, scaffolded, chunked, etc. and then BAM- here now take a test at your grade level and we will see how you do and then their parents are worried when their child does not receive a Proficient score!?! They are being assessed at a reading level sometimes 2 or 3 grade levels above them! Yes, we should assess, but the designs of these tests are laughable to say they truly measure an indiv. child's growth. And any administrator who says "We do not teach to the test" - well I say ask your kids what they do in school starting in January.
    - JW

  • 11/02 5:10pm   Plan Ahead! Are you looking for a reliable snow plow this winter? I am a local plower with experience. If you have any interest please email be at kgbrady524@gmail.com for a free quote.
    - KB

  • 11/02 5:09pm   Giving away a pair of Parakeet birds with cage. Please call me at 508.498.2082 if you are interested.
    - TS

  • 11/02 5:08pm   Hello! The jade plants and others I have for you are free! These are cuttings I take for the health of the big plants. Jades especially need to be pruned.
    - AB-G

  • 11/02 5:07pm   Thanks RJRC!
    - AB-G

  • 11/02 5:05pm   As obtuse as I often am: am I simply missing the town meeting (nov 18th) warrant articles online at town clerks dept link? or are they not available here, with under 30 days notice until meeting! I am feeling like we need it printed again (like a lil news paper) so that the agenda dont keep changing and being silent until the 11th hour. Can Jay Talerman add light to this??
    STOP LITTER: Vote YES ON 2 in November.
    - MN

  • 10/27 7:21pm   NCTV's Halloween Special is on the air, featuring illustrations from participants in the SACC program at the Kennedy School. Katy Woodhams and I produced this over time and we hope everyone enjoys watching it as much as we did making it. Here are the links for the schedule to watch both on TV and on YouTube: www.norfolkcable.com/schedule/ youtu.be/6b0f5TRbQ3c
    - AB-G

  • 10/27 7:20pm   YARD SALE! Something for everyone, tools, furniture and much much more!! 9-2 on Saturday November 1, 2014 @ 46 Needham Street, Norfolk, MA. No early birds please...
    - SJ

  • 10/27 7:19pm   Band Night
    - JN

  • 10/27 7:14pm   Young Performers Variety Show Tickets on Sale Now
    Tickets for the Norfolk Lions' 2nd annual Young Performers Variety Show are now on sale. This show will be held on Sunday, November 9th at 6:00 PM at the King Philip Middle School, 18 King Street, Norfolk. We have a great line up of young performers, ages 8 to 18, who are eager to show you their special talents.
    Proceeds from this show will benefit local Norfolk charities.
    Tickets are $8 for children and seniors, and $15 for adults. You can get your tickets at:
    - Main Street Hardware, 156 Main Street, Norfolk: Mon-Sat 8:00 to 5:00, Sun 9:00 to 1:00
    - Cataldo's Paint & Hardware, 84 South Street, Wrentham: Mon-Fri 7:00 to 5:30, Sat 8:00 to 5:00
    - 1776 Financial Services, 443 East Central Street, Franklin: Mon-Fri 8:00 to 4:30
    Visit www.youngperformersvarietyshow.com to order tickets and pick them up at the will-call table prior to the show.
    Tickets will also be on sale at the door on the day of the show. Checks should be made payable to Norfolk Lions Club.
    We hope that you will join in the fun and support local young talent!
    - PS, Norfolk Lions

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  • 10/27 7:13pm   Hi, Our former snowplow provider is retiring, so we're looking for a local landscaper who does snow plowing in the winter. Anyone have recommendations? Thanks!
    - JG

  • 10/27 7:12pm   The Cilla's Coffeehouse video segment is in the first 8 minutes of the Selectmen's 10/07/14 meeting that can be reviewed at NCTV's youtu.be/_tGq1kpjWXg There is a "Cilla's Coffeehouse Opening Soon" sign on the 5 Liberty Lane building, underground construction is in process, and the business has a Facebook page. Maybe we can plan on saying hello to the owner Mary Ellen Blue by the end of the year.
    - DLJ

  • 10/27 7:08pm   KP Middle schools parents. KP middle school decided to use the PARCC assessment test. Which was developed by a private testing consortium.
    Do not let your kids be guinea pigs for a private company. OPT Out/ Refuse the PARCC test.
    Read about the issues: wrentham.wickedlocal.com/article/20141023/NEWS/141028909
    PARCC is collapsing country wide: [Politico] [Washington Post]
    Go to Common Core Forum to read up on the PARCC and Common Core and get a form to OPT OUT of The test. www.commoncoreforum.org
    - PJT

  • 10/27 7:07pm   We are looking to have our driveway re-paved. We have gotten a few estimates, but they are pretty similar. Any recommendations? Thank you in advance.
    - EM

  • 10/27 7:04pm   All towns welcome to Saint Jude Church electronic recycle day Sat November 8, from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m at 86 Main Street, Norfolk
    Accepting all electronics to include monitors, computers, computer games, stereo equipment, copy and fax machines, printers, TV's, any item that as a plug. We are also accepting any appliances, such as washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators as well as lawn mowers, snow blowers with the gas removed, exercise equipment and grills. The recycle event will have low fees of $5 each r computer, $10 any monitor or small TV less than 19", $15 each TV between 19" and 26" and $20 each TV over 26" wide and wood console TV's, projection TV's $25 each TV 32" and over $30. . Any appliance are $10 each. Any cell phones, bikes car, truck batteries are free.as well as any scrap metal We have no shipments oversSees or in landfills. Any questions please contact J.wood36@yahoo.com
    Bicycle Recycle Day at same parking lot. Please bring any unwanted bicycles to be reused again. No cost to drop off. Bikes are fixed and reused again. Your old bike will be someones new bike. Please bring any kind of bike any condition.
    - JW

  • 10/27 7:02pm   Norfolk Lions Youth Soccer Spring 2015 Registration now open!
    Norfolk Lions Youth Soccer (NLYS) invites players age 3 (as of September 1, 2014) through high school to register for their Spring 2015 season today. You do not have to live in Norfolk to join in the fun!
    To register, please visit the newly designed website at: www.norfolklionssoccer.com
    If you have any questions, please contact the registrar, Reynolds L., at lionssoccer.norfolk@gmail.com or 508-528-8015.
    - CD, NLYS

  • 10/27 7:00pm   It have more little jade plants to give away. I have also rooted a plant with large, glossy leaves shaped like the cross-section of a pear. It grows tall with a woody stem, suitable for a pot in a corner, as it gets taller. It doesn't need a lot of sun, probably just a lot of indirect light. Contact [the Webmaster] for my email. [Use box503@norfolknet.com - Wm.]
    - AB-G

  • 10/27 6:59pm   Looking for a Mother's Helper / Babysitter ? Responsible 14 year old girl seeking after school work (occasional weekends). Experience with babies & toddlers & elementary school children. -Has local references. Can start immediately and has transportation to your home. Please contact: janlynnhealy24@verizon.net or cell 617-230-1477. Thank you
    - JLH

  • 10/27 6:58pm   New Norfolk Stories II now available
    Our Norfolk Stories II Recollections of Norfolk, the second volume of Norfolk Oral History, is now for sale at the Norfolk Town Clerk's Office. It is a wonderful collection of 25 interviews with Norfolk's oldest residents. The book contains photos, art and poetry that show how Norfolk and daily life have changed and developed over the decades.
    In Norfolk Stories II you'll hear many personal stories from growing up on a family farm in Norfolk during the Depression, to teaching in the Norfolk Center School in the 40s, to landing on the Normandy Beaches on D-Day, in 1945.
    Norfolk Stories I, Recollections of our Centry, published in 1995, is also for sale at the Town Clerk's Office. Each book is $15. Contact Thelma R. 508-528-3967 with questions. These books make great gifts!
    - BP, Norfolk Historical Commission

  • 10/27 6:50pm   Interested in the coalition of St. Judes of Norfolk and St. Edwards of Medfield? The Pastor of both churches, Fr. John Culloty, discusses the coalition on Norfolk Community TV's Roundabout Town show. Go to Norfolk Community TV, press watch, then videos, and play the video with the picture of Fr Cullitoy. Very informative.
    - RC

  • 10/27 6:49pm   The Norfolk Lions Club is sponsoring its annual Youth Speech Contest. The contest is open to any high school student grade 9-12 residing in Norfolk.
    This years theme is "Respect: Where Has it Gone?"
    Deadline to sign up is November 17. Speeches will be presented on December 4. First place winner receives $100.
    Winner will move up to the next level and compete in January against students from other towns in MA.
    To register go to www.lionsspeech.webs.com
    - JG, Norfolk Lions Club

  • 10/27 6:48pm   AB-G We have had our trees/bushes trimmed several times by Dave ~ Old Time Treecutter ~ 508-384-5071. He does a fantastic job, cleans up the work area, always comes when he says he will, and is VERY reasonable! Give him a try, I know you won't be disappointed!
    - RJRC

  • 10/20 12:14am   To all Norfolk residents and businesses: The new edition of the NORFOLK LITTLE GREEN PHONE BOOK is currently being updated.
    To have your business included in the yellow pages section of the Norfolk Book in print and on-line you can call 508-429-5588 or go to our website: www.littlegreenphonebook.com. The DEADLINE IS SOON. If you have an addition, correction or want your cell phone listed in the new Norfolk Little Green Phone Book, e-mail the information to: russo@northeasternpub.com or Call 508-429-5588

    The Norfolk Little Green Phone Book will be mailed free of charge to every home and business at the beginning of the new year. The Norfolk directory is over 150 pages and filled with town information, library hours, transfer station hours, places of worship, a school directory, a listing of town officials, clubs & organizations, local mall listings and phone listings by street.
    You can go on our online directory to find local business and services www.littlegreenphonebook.com
    - SR and CR

  • 10/20 12:12am   Hi - can anybody recommend a good learn to skate program in the area? My son took it at the Franklin Rink last year through FMC sports, and I wasn't impressed. Too much standing around on the ice without instruction for a 4-5yr old.
    - TL

  • 10/20 12:09am   Hey Norfolk and other local peeps: great recommendation for septic pumping
    Parker Sanitary - located in Wrentham - easy to get an appointment - very friendly - great price - on time - neat/clean
    508-384-3293 Ask for Jackie or his daughter
    p.s. I have no connection to them, other than very happy with their service and want to pass the word on to help a local small business.
    - CMK

  • 10/20 12:08am   Some of you may know that I occasionally read to children on Norfolk Cable. I have a guest host reading two classics from American literature this Halloween, ``The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'' and ``The Raven'', with illustrations from the originals as well as very recent original art from the SACC program.
    I hope you'll keep an eye out for it.
    - AB-G

  • 10/20 12:07am   Before school Childcare is available for grades K-5... Join the big kids, at Lucky Ducky Daycare!
    Monday-Friday (7:00 A.M.-8:30 A.M.) Your child's tuition includes a delicious hot & cold breakfast buffet that is served daily, and we are conveniently located at a school bus stop. Additional information about our School Age Program is available on our website: www.luckyduckydaycare.com or e mail: learn-with-us@luckyduckydaycare.com
    Enroll Today!
    - YR, Lucky Ducky Daycare

  • 10/20 12:03am   All You Can Eat Breakfast Saturday November 1, 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. Federated Church of Norfolk, 1 Union Street in Norfolk center. The menu includes made to order omelets, made from scratch pancakes, ham, sausage, hash brown potatoes, caramel French toast, and mini cinnamon rolls. Adults $7, seniors $5, & children under 10 eat for free. FMI, please call the church office 508-528-0262.
    - DLJ

  • 10/20 12:04am   KP Band Night
    - JN

  • 10/20 12:02am   Re: 9/14 9:27pm I'm looking to have an addition put on to my house next spring. Can anybody recommend a local contractor they've used for an addition? Would love to use a local company if possible. Thanks - TL
    Hello TL, I recently came across your post from last month regarding recommendations for contractors for an addition to your home.
    I am not sure if you have secured a local contractor yet for your addition but we would love the opportunity to introduce ourselves and find out what your plans are. Complete Builders, LLC is a Norfolk based company that has completed numerousresidential projects throughout the area; visit us at www.CBuildLLC.com to learn more, and contact John@CBuildLLC.com at 774-696-6541. We look forward to hearing from you!
    - RD, Complete Builders

  • 10/20 12:01am   Complete Builders, LLC of Norfolk: Your Professional MA Residential Builders and Design Specialists
    Planning, designing, and hiring the right home improvement and building specialist is more important than ever before. A well planned, well designed, and well executed project will provide both emotional and financial investment for the life of your home.
    See more at: www.cbuildllc.com
    - RD, Complete Builders

  • 10/20 12:00am   Has anyone had bushes trimmed? I have 2 huge Japanese junipers that need to taken down by about half. I don't want to commit to a half-day of work for close to $1k. Also two little jades left. Actually, I create these baby plants periodically, so ask when you want one.
    - AB-G

  • 10/19 11:59pm   *The Bridgewater Triangle* Screening at Norfolk Public Library
    Aaron Cadieux and Manny Famolare, co-directors of *The Bridgewater Triangle*, will screen their film at the Norfolk Public Library on Wednesday, Oct. 22 nd at 7:00 p.m. The 90-minute documentary will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the co-directors, and is free and open to the public.
    The Bridgewater Triangle documentary was a movie decades in the making. Each of the film's co-directors grew up near one of the triangle's most infamous locations. As a resident of East Bridgewater, Famolare had heard bizarre stories of cryptic animal sightings in the nearby Hockomock Swamp. Meanwhile, as a resident of North Dartmouth, Cadieux was well aware of the neighboring Freetown-Fall River State Forest's sinister reputation. Famolare and Cadieux each came to know the concept of the Bridgewater Triangle through reading publications from leading researchers.
    The Bridgewater Triangle sits within the Southeastern portion of Massachusetts, and includes a number of locations known for unexplained occurrences, the most prominent of which include the legendary Hockomock Swamp and the infamous Freetown/Fall River State Forest. The Triangle's traditional borders are revealed by connecting the dots between the town of Abington to the north, the town of Freetown to the southeast, and the town of Rehoboth to the southwest. The region hosts an unusually high volume of reports involving strange occurrences, unexplained mysteries and sinister activities. From ghostly hauntings and cryptic animal sightings, to UFO encounters and evidence of satanic ritual sacrifice, the Bridgewater Triangle serves as one of the world's most diverse hotspots for paranormal activity.
    In 2010, after years of researching many odd occurrences in the Bridgewater Triangle, Famolare, a passionate photographer and videographer, decided to begin the process of making his own documentary on the subject. Through the internet, Famolare and Cadieux stumbled across each other's plans, and eventually agreed to join forces and produce a single comprehensive piece. By 2011, production on *The Bridgewater Triangle *was well underway. After almost three years of filming, scriptwriting and researching, the documentary debuted on October 20, 2013 to a sell-out crowd of more than 750 people at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. It presents the reports of strange occurrences and unexplained mysteries from the region in a way which allows viewers to make their own determinations regarding the legitimacy of the Bridgewater Triangle's existence.
    The film features a number of local residents providing first-hand, eyewitness accounts of unexplained occurrences in the region. In addition, paranormal researchers, folklorists and authors provide expert analysis regarding the many mysteries of the Triangle. Loren Coleman, the author and world-renowned cryptozoologist dubbed the 200-square-mile region in southeastern Massachusetts, "The Bridgewater Triangle" in his 1983 work, Mysterious America.
    Since its debut a year ago, *The Bridgewater Triangle* has been screened at Bridgewater State University as well as several area libraries, and has an upcoming screening at Cinema Salem. Famolare and Cadieux have been interviewed on WCVB's Chronicle as well as WJAR in Providence. *The Bridgewater Triangle* will air on the cable channel, Destination America in November.
    - RG, Norfolk Public Library

  • 10/19 11:58pm   The last day to register to vote in the November 4th election is Wednesday October 15th. The Town Clerks Office will be open that day until 8PM
    - CG, Town of Norfolk

  • 10/19 11:57pm   The Norfolk Community League is excited to host a Comedy Night on November 15, 2014 at the Italian American Club, 109 Stone Street in Walpole. Doors will open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm sharp. Tickets are $30 per person and includes appetizers and snacks (cash bar). There will be three great comedians - Gary Petersen, Mike Whitman, and Ira Proctor as our headliner! Check him out at www.iraproctor.com and www.capecodcomedy.com! Don't wait, purchase your tickets today- http://tinyurl.com/nclcomedynight! This is a great chance to meet up with some friends and have a ton of laughs!
    - AB, NCL

  • 10/19 11:56pm   To DLJ: what was the result of the coffee house discussion at town hall?
    - JK

  • 10/19 11:48pm   Un-Common Theatre Company Announces New Improv Soup Season of Shows
    Improv Soup is an improvisational comedy troupe made up of teenagers from all over southeastern Massachusetts. It was started circa 1998 by Christa Crewdson (Watertown, MA), and is currently produced by Chris Lowey (Foxboro, MA) and directed by Improv Soup Alumni, Colleen Murphy (Brighton, MA) who continues to develop Superior Soupians. They are one of the few teen Improv Troupes in Massachusetts.
    The current troupe consists of: From Foxboro, MA: James Donoghue & Sophie Philibert; From Mansfield, MA: Shannon Carney, Patrick Driscoll & Derek Lynch; From North Attleboro, MA: Val Stevens; From Norwood, MA: Laura Ailinger; From Sharon, MA: Georgia Rose Fraser, Sam Fromkin, Ethan Gekow, Julia Getz & Noah Habbe; From Sherborn, MA: Franci DuMar; From Wrentham, MA: Dan Regnier
    The Soupians perform long and short form Improv based on audience suggestions, rehearse weekly on Sunday evenings and perform one Friday a month in Foxboro, MA during the school year. The 2014/15 schedule is as follows:
    October 24, 2014; November 14, 2014; December 19, 2014; January 23, 2015; February 13, 2015; March 13, 2015; April 17, 2015; May 14, 2015; June 12, 2015
    All shows will be held at 7:30 P.M. in the Burrell School Auditorium, 16 Morse St, Foxboro, MA.
    Tickets to a night of fabulous improvisational comedy cost a mere five bucks for students and seniors and seven bucks for adults! What a deal!!!!
    - CL, Uncommon Theatre Company

  • 10/19 11:46pm   Tickets Now On Sale for Un-Common's Fall Production of "Seussical"
    Tickets are now available for The Un-Common Theatre Company's Fall Production of "Seussical" being presented at the Orpheum Theatre, Foxboro on November 21-23, 2014! Tickets may be purchased by calling (800) 838-3006 or online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/878351. Join us as we bring together kids ages 7 through 17 together on stage for a truly family-oriented theatrical experience for all ages. "Seussical" brings to life many of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters.
    Narrated by the Cat in the Hat (Izzy Johnson, Canton, MA), the story tells the tale of Horton (Joe Spirito, North Smithfield, RI), an elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing Whos, including Jojo (Jackson Flaherty, Mansfield, MA), a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many "thinks." Horton faces a double challenge - not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left to his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird (Olivia Fonseca, Taunton, MA). Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping, and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz (Camryn MacIver, North Attleboro, MA) never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship,loyalty, family, and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.
    The talented cast of 45 is guided by Director and Choreographer Michael Hammond (Holbrook, MA), Music Director Paula Bishop (Foxboro, MA) and Assistant Choreographer Cailin Dyke (Mansfield, MA).
    - ND, Uncommon Theatre Company

  • 10/19 11:39pm   Federated Church Holly Fair
    The Women's Fellowship of the Federated Church of Norfolk will hold their annual Holly Fair on Saturday, November 15th from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM in the fellowship hall of the church.. Bring your children visit with Santa from 10:00 AM-12:00 Noon. The church's own Heavenly Chefs will be serving lunch from 11:30 AM- 2:00 PM. There are many opportunities for Holiday Shopping. This year's Holly Fair will include even more crafters and vendors than ever, as well as the handmade items of our church crafters. A tradition you are sure to enjoy is the church's annual cookie walk where you can select from dozens of different plain and fancy cookies to enjoy now or freeze for later use. You will also find a wide selection of other delicious homemade baked goods for sale. Unique to the Holly Fair is the popular "Children Only" shopping area. Children will be able to purchase Christmas gifts for their friends and family at very nominal prices. Members of the youth group will be available to help the children with their gift choices and gift- wrapping and also help them make some Christmas crafts while you do you shopping. The Federated Church of Norfolk is located at the corner of Route 115 and Main Street in the center of Norfolk, across from the Town Common. Adequate parking is located at the back of the church and the fellowship hall and restrooms are handicap accessible.
    - LD

  • 10/19 11:38pm   Hi, does anyone have an update on Cilla's Coffee House coming to Norfolk center? I am personally very excited for this type of place to join our downtown.
    - KB

  • 10/19 11:37pm   Hi, I have only recently moved to town and am looking for referrals for infant childcare in the Norfolk (or surrounding) area.
    - KB

  • 10/19 11:36pm   Immediate opening for infant/toddler/preschooler in Norfolk family child care. Personalized care in a warm and secure environment where your child can learn and grow.
    Open Monday - Thursday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm. Licensed by the Dept of Early Education and Care, MA.
    Small group setting, smoke free home, meals and snacks provided. Located in a quiet family neighborhood. References available.
    I can be reached at norfolkchildcare@live.com or 508-520-3694.
    - TCT

  • 10/19 11:35pm   Powertools For Sale - if interested email jbabb@umich.edu or call 508.244 2897. Prices negotiable.
    See Notice Board, 10/10
    - Delta 6" bench grinder with flexible lamp and stand $ 100 - 3 " grinder Chicago electric $ 50 - 10" compound miter saw $ 100 - Delta 8" drill press $ 100 - DELTA shopmaster midi lathe with stand $ 200
    - FB

  • 10/10 6:07pm   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

  • 10/10 4:05pm   Hi everyone. I work for the town of Norfolk and I am looking for places in town to hunt deer, ducks, and geese. I know we have a big deer problem in town. If anyone would like to give me permission feel free to email me. I apoligize if anyone shows offense to this. GEisele0606@gmail.com
    - GE

  • 10/10 4:02pm   Woodside Monterri Academy Fall Fair and Chili Cook-Off!
    350 Village St, Millis, Saturday Oct 11, 10am - 1pm.
    - KF

    [It's right up Himelfarb from the skating rink - Wm.]

  • 10/10 3:59pm   My son left a dark green bag at Pond St. Sunday night, field 1. The bag contained red sneakers and his Cub Scout uniform. Please email me through the webmaster if found. [Use box502@norfolknet.com - Wm.] Thank you!
    - SG

  • 10/10 3:58pm   I called TH [Town Hall] and the building dept is gradually taking down those depressing lost dog signs whenever they come across them. They are all over Wrentham and Franklin as well. How selfish of those people not to have come back to clean up the mess. Maybe the dog ran off on purpose. I hope he's with a good family now.
    - AB-G

  • 10/10 3:55pm   The KP Parents' Network is pleased to announce a donation towards the King Philip Warrior Turf Field Project. The group has committed to a fence sign, one of several sponsorship opportunities available. For more information about the KP Parents' Network, see www.kpparentnetwork.org. To learn more about the Warrior Turf Field Project or to donate, see www.kpturf.com.
    Photo left to right: Eileen Green, KPPN Treasurer, presenting check to Dr. Lisa Oliveira, KPHS Principal.
    - GA

  • 10/10 3:54pm   Looking to possibly take piano lessons, but still not ready to commit? Baris Perker of Ivy Music Academy has volunteered to offer FREE 30-minute trial lessons after 6PM on Thursday, October 23rd to the Norfolk Community.
    Email us at ivymusicacademy@gmail.com to reserve a time!
    - VS, Ivy Music Academy

  • 10/10 3:50pm   Town of Norfolk Annual Seasonal Flu Clinic
    The Norfolk Board of Health and Council on Aging, in conjunction with the Walpole Area Visiting Nurse Association, is sponsoring its annual seasonal Flu Clinic for all Norfolk residents ages 4 years and older on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., at the Senior Center, located at 28 Medway Branch Road.
    For more information, please call the Norfolk Board of Health at 508-528- 7747.
    - BF, Board of Health

  • 10/10 3:39pm   S.C. Norfolk Indoor Soccer Session 1 - Registration Now Open
    The registration period for the 2014/2015 Indoor Soccer Session 1 is now open and runs through Tuesday, October 14. We are looking to field Boys and Girls teams from U9 through U14 ages (grade 2 & up) and a grade 2 girls 5v5 team. Please note: unlike last year, that we are now offering U13/U14 Boys and Girls programs. Register for the session here: http://scnorfolk.com/content/online-registration
    Do not register through the Fore Kicks web site.
    U9 through U14 6v6 Boarded and Non-boarded
    SC Norfolk 2014/2015 Indoor Soccer Session 1 (Fore Kicks Session 12) starts 11/3/2014 through 11/9/2014 and ends on 1/25/2015. The cost per player for the 6v6 programs is $150.00 for the session. Each session will include a minimum of 9 scheduled games plus playoffs for the top 4 teams, or top 50% of teams in bracket. An SC Norfolk uniform from the Fall 2012 program, or later, is required. Uniforms can be purchased through the registration page at the same time you register for the program.
    Game times are dependent on age/gender and level of play (team placement):
    Gender Age Levels of Play Days of Week
    Boys U9 Premier ,A ,B Mon (4pm-8pm KO) & ltd Sundays
    Boys U10 Premier ,A ,B Mon (4pm-8pm KO) & ltd Sundays
    Boys U11 Premier ,A ,B Tues & Wed (4pm-8pm KO)
    Boys U12 Premier ,A ,B Tues & Wed (4pm-8pm KO)
    Boys U13 Premier ,A ,B Wednesday (4pm-9pm KO)
    Boys U14 Premier ,A ,B Wednesday (4pm-9pm KO)
    Girls U9 Premier ,A ,B Saturday (8am-8pm KO)
    Girls U10 Premier ,A ,B Saturday (8am-8pm KO)
    Girls U11 Premier ,A ,B Thurs & Fri (4pm-8pm KO)
    Girls U12 Premier ,A ,B Thurs & Fri (4pm-8pm KO)
    Girls U13 Premier ,A ,B Tuesday (4pm-9pm KO)
    Girls U14 Premier ,A ,B Tuesday (4pm-9pm KO)
    Grade 2 Girls 5v5 "Macro Soccer"
    For the grade 2 girls 5v5 "Macro Soccer" program, the cost per player is $90.00 for the session. The session will run for eight weeks, starting on November 7, 2014 and end on January 16, 2015. Games are played on Fridays, with kick-offs from 4-7 PM. SC Norfolk's Macro league teams are for 2nd grade girls to serve as a step towards the 6v6 format and to develop the abilities of our younger soccer players. A goalie position is introduced but still limits the number of field players to four to maximize each player's touches on the ball. Play will be on a special taraflex surfaced court with a special ball designed for this format.
    Uniform purchase not required, as we will use numbered pinnies, so only a tee shirt is required.
    For more detailed information about the programs, please refer to the ForeKicks web site, but DO NOT register for the program through the Fore Kicks web site : http://www.forekicks.com/norfolk/shared/content/index.cfm?fuseaction=leagues
    Do not wait to register. Avoid the late registration penalty and register today! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
    Thanks,
    - MB, SC Norfolk

  • 10/10 3:38pm   The Norfolk Community League is sponsoring a Halloween CandyGive Back on Monday, November 3, from 2:45-6 PM at the Freeman-Kennedy School Drop Off Loop. DRIVE THRU CANDYDROP OFF
    Candy donations received, along with letters and artworkfrom children in the Norfolk Schools, will go to an organization, ``OperationAmerican Soldier'', that puts together and sends care packages to soldiers whoare serving our country overseas.
    For more information, contact Colleen O. or Tricia F. at familybased@norfolkcommunityleague.org
    - AB, NCL

  • 10/10 3:37pm   YARD SALE: Sunday, October 12th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at 19 Robin Road. Girl's/Junior's Clothing (Northface, Abercrombie, PINK, Hollister, Juicy Couture, Under Armour and more), American Girl Doll/Bitty Baby furniture and outfits, household items, Children???s Books, Winnie-the-Pooh comforter and lamps, KP Sports gear, and more! -
    - LM

    [Update 3:52pm: Sunday, because of the weather - LM]

  • 10/10 3:34pm   Snow Blower Service and Repair $139.95 - Small engine mechanic with 30 yrs. experience available for all your Snow Blower equipment needs. Snow Blower Service includes engine tune-up, spark plug, oil change, flush fuel system, install new gas with stabilizer, adjust carburetor, Service and grease transmission, check and adjust transmission and auger belts. Service and grease auger, check shear pins, impeller, gear box lubricant, auger skids and cutting edge. Plus the whole machine gets degreased and power washed. Pick-up and Delivery for Norfolk residents is $80.00. Call Stu at 508-851-0723. Shop is located at 61 Endicott St. unit#6B Norwood, Ma. For customers who want to drop off their Snow Blowers.
    - AC

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

     
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    11/8 All towns welcome to Saint Jude Church electronic recycle day Sat November 8, from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m at 86 Main Street, Norfolk Accepting all electronics to include monitors, computers, computer games, stereo equipment, copy and fax machines, printers, TV's, any item that as a plug. We are also accepting any appliances, such as washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators as well as lawn mowers, snow blowers with the gas removed, exercise equipment and grills. The recycle event will have low fees of $5 each r computer, $10 any monitor or small TV less than 19", $15 each TV between 19" and 26" and $20 each TV over 26" wide and wood console TV's, projection TV's $25 each TV 32" and over $30. . Any appliance are $10 each. Any cell phones, bikes car, truck batteries are free.as well as any scrap metal We have no shipments oversSees or in landfills. Any questions please contact J.wood36@yahoo.com Bicycle Recycle Day at same parking lot. Please bring any unwanted bicycles to be reused again. No cost to drop off. Bikes are fixed and reused again. Your old bike will be someones new bike. Please bring any kind of bike any condition.

    11/12 Beyond the Cornucopia, presented by Maureen Christmas, Joint meeting of the Garden Club of Norfolk and Millis Garden Club Date: Wednesday, November 12 th 2014 Time: 7:00pm Place: Norfolk Public Library,Community Room, 139 Main Street, Norfolk MA. Thinking of ways to get ready for the holidays, then please come join us for what promises to be an informative meeting with Maureen Christmas. She will demonstrate arrangements to welcome the fall and winter holiday season including design tips and some history about the origins of some common customs. Maureen is a member of the Acton Garden Club and is an award-winning designer and a flower show life judge for the National Garden Clubs, Inc.

    11/15 Federated Church Holly Fair The Women's Fellowship of the Federated Church of Norfolk will hold their annual Holly Fair on Saturday, November 15th from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM in the fellowship hall of the church.. Bring your children visit with Santa from 10:00 AM-12:00 Noon. The church's own Heavenly Chefs will be serving lunch from 11:30 AM- 2:00 PM. There are many opportunities for Holiday Shopping. This year's Holly Fair will include even more crafters and vendors than ever, as well as the handmade items of our church crafters. A tradition you are sure to enjoy is the church's annual cookie walk where you can select from dozens of different plain and fancy cookies to enjoy now or freeze for later use. You will also find a wide selection of other delicious homemade baked goods for sale. Unique to the Holly Fair is the popular "Children Only" shopping area. Children will be able to purchase Christmas gifts for their friends and family at very nominal prices. Members of the youth group will be available to help the children with their gift choices and gift- wrapping and also help them make some Christmas crafts while you do you shopping. The Federated Church of Norfolk is located at the corner of Route 115 and Main Street in the center of Norfolk, across from the Town Common. Adequate parking is located at the back of the church and the fellowship hall and restrooms are handicap accessible.


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    Baldwin Acrosonic Upright Piano

    For sale: Baldwin Acrosonic model 2096 upright piano with matching bench. One owner. Mint condition. Fine furniture details. Beautiful cherry finish.

    Impeccable tone and responsive touch. Baldwin Acrosonic is America's number one selling piano and is consistently recommended by piano teachers to their students. $2500. Call 508-384-8179 leave message.

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    11/23  

    Babysitter

    Hi, my name is Jennifer and I am a 9th grader at KP High School and I'm looking for babysitting opportunities. I am very good with children and will give 100% of my attention to your kids. I am trustworthy, reliable, loyal, and responsible.

    I can do simple housework when children are asleep. I am available Tuesdays 3:00 - 8:00 PM, and Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. I am also available on short notice. I can be reached at (781) 690-1816.

    11/23  

    NORFOLK: Loft Bed by Valco Furniture-Rancho Collection

    Solid BIRCH w/ cherry finish. The Rancho Collection by Valco Furniture embodies old-fashioned country charm -- with old-fashioned standards of workmanship and quality. Includes rollout desk (bookshelf to the left pulls out to a desk), desk chair, book shelf and hutch w/ sliding door. Side guard rail and ladder also included. Gently used, like new ??? purchased in 2003 for $1,400 from Gardner, MA furniture store; beautiful solid piece of furniture. Priced at $650.00 or BO
    Dimensions = W: 40 1/8 x L: 79 3/4 x H: 49 3/4

    email box504@norfolknet.com

    11/16  

    Trend High Chair $20

    Baby Trend High Chair. Lightly used. Washed and clean.

    Features:

    3 position seat recline
    3 position one hand operated tray
    Tray storage
    5 point safety harness
    Casters with brakes
    Folds compact for storage
    Dishwasher safe removable tray
    6 position height adjustment

    Call [...]
    S o l d

    11/11  

    Snowblower Toro 1028 LXE - $575 OBO

    10 HP Tecumseh, 28" cutting width. Electric start. Works great! Consistently maintained since bought in 2005. Current model $1799 new. This powerful machine can handle it all. Will use a plow service this year so don't need this any more. Pick up only and you must load. Call Rich 508-479-6611.

    11/10  

    Free Firewood

    2 large Oaks recently cut down & into 2 ft lengths.
    Need your own truck or trailer & load yourself.
    Contact me to schedule time.
    gmclachlan@yahoo.com

    10/27  

    Art Stamps

    Assortment of 50 used and little used art stamps for making greeting cards, etc. Purchased from Hero Arts, Magenta, Stampendous and others. Sizes range from 1-1/2in x 1-1/2in to 5in x 4in. Original value well over $400. All stamps being sold as one group.

    $45-

    Call 508-528-7551

     

    Rockwell "Mind of Her Own" Collector Plates

    There are 8 plates with the first one issued in 1986 and the last one issued in 1988. The series includes: Sitting Pretty; Serious Business; Breaking the Rules; Good Intentions; Second Thoughts; World's Away; Kiss and Tell; and On My Honor. All plates originally bought by me and in excellent condition in original shipping box. There are certificates of authenticity for all but one plate.

    $40-

    Call 508-528-7551

    10/20  

    Booster Seat

    Babies R Us

    $5

    Call 508-528-7551

    10/20  

    Honda Accord SE

    2006 Honda Accord SE, 105K miles, 1 owner, excellent shape
    Best Offer contact shawdoe@verizon.net

    10/19  

    Snow Blower Service and Repair $139.95

    Small engine mechanic with 30 yrs. experience available for all your Snow Blower equipment needs. Snow Blower Service includes engine tune-up, spark plug, oil change, flush fuel system, install new gas with stabilizer, adjust carburetor, Service and grease transmission, check and adjust transmission and auger belts. Service and grease auger, check shear pins, impeller, gear box lubricant, auger skids and cutting edge. Plus the whole machine gets degreased and power washed. Pick-up and Delivery for Norfolk residents is $80.00. Call Stu at 508-851-0723.

    10/10  

    Oak Dining Table And Chairs

    48 " round add two leaves and it measures 72 x 48. 4 side chairs.
    $100.00.

    [pic 2]

    10/5  

    Powertools For Sale

    if interested email jbabb@umich.edu or call 508.244 2897

    Prices negotiable

    - Delta 6" bench grinder with flexible lamp and stand $ 100
    - 3 " grinder Chicago electric $ 50
    - 10" compound miter saw $ 100
    - Delta 8" drill press $ 100
    - DELTA shopmaster midi lathe with stand $ 200

    [pic 2] [pic 3] [pic 4]

    10/5, 10/10  

    Free Firewood:

    Pine and Oak, de-limbed and cut into 6 foot sections. 13 sections total. You are welcome to them all. I'll help you load, but you'll need to bring a truck.

    Respond to: remckinney@yahoo.com

    10/3  

    Girl's Clothing (Like New)

    Great selection of girl's/junior's clothing. Sizes Medium to X-Large. Brands include: Abercrombie, Hollister, PINK, Northface, Gilly Hicks, American Eagle and Juicy Couture.

    [pic 2] [pic 3] [pic 4]

    I have a lot of zip-up hoodies, pullover sweatshirts, sweatpants, tee shirts and a couple of Northface Denali jackets. All clothing is in EXCELLENT condition; some new with tags. Prices range from $3.00 to $20.00. Northface jackets are $45. Please email me with any questions at lisa1213@earthlink.net

    Cash Only
    Pick Up Only

    10/3  

    Brooke's Babysitting

    Hi there! My name is Brooke and I am a life-long Norfolk resident, currently attending the King Philip school system. I am an experienced, fun-loving, and responsible babysitter. Do you need help with your little ones on weekdays after 3pm or on weekends? Well then, I'm the sitter for you! I have experience taking care of babies, toddlers and elementary school kids, too. I love to play and have fun with little ones, and I will also encourage and help school-age kids with homework as needed. Look no further for a local, affordable, reliable, trustworthy babysitter. Please contact me at brookebabysit@gmail.com to tell me about your childcare needs and how I can help.

    9/27  

    King Bed and Bureau

    White formica king bed with headboard and one side table. Six drawer matching bureau. $150.00.

    Pic 2 Pic 3

    9/25  

    Free Wardrobe Moving Boxes

    Free Wardrobe Moving Boxes. 4 Large and 1 Medium
    used twice still in okay shape

    Call Rosemarie 508-498-9636

    9/17  

    Crib, High Chair

    For Sale: Graco Classic Crib, cinnamon color, with mattress, used only one week during a family visit. $100.00

    Fisher-Price Space Saver High Chair. $25.00

    Telephone: (508) 528-0270

     

    Dog Walkers / Pet Sitters wanted

    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 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.

    9/14  

     

    2006 Mustang Convertible for Sale - $8,000

    2006 Mustang Convertible with only 68,000 miles for sale.
    Call or text Scott at 617-901-6092.

    9/6  

    Furniture For Sale

    Victorian Trace hutch with (7) matching chairs [pic 1]

    (7) piece kitchen table set (cherry)

    Thomasville (cherry) Armoire [pic 5]

    Painted Wine/liquor desk/cabinet [pic 4]

    I also have a lot of pictures to sell (or give away)

    Remodeling house and need more space. It all has to go ASAP, first to come with reasonable offers will have some quality furniture for a very low cost.

    Email me at lentinidana@gmail.com

    pic 2 pic 3

    9/1  

    School Band instruments for sale

    Gemeinhardt flute, nice soft case: $150.00.
    [pic]

    Selmer AS 300 Alto Sax, mint condition, with study black hard shell case, $500.00.
    [pic]

    Please message cindy@humancomm.com, or call (508)-520-1572,

    9/1  


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