Tuesday, May 14, 2013

In the News: travel time, Kennedy School, Parmenter School, water adivsory

"Prior to the spring, I tried to go through every day," said Sidwell, part AD, part traveling secretary. "Then you have to figure out when there’s rain. The bus company has been helpful, bussing our kids every day around town. Our baseball and softball coaches have been very patient with it." 
The baseball and softball teams have played many of their games at Dean College. The tennis teams don’t have home matches.
Read more: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/editorspick_mobile/x183057346/High-School-Notebook-Franklin-teams-on-a-long-road-trip#ixzz2TDlboUAD

Recycling Day fundraiser set at Kennedy School, May 18

The J. F. Kennedy Parent Communication Council (PCC) and Cub Scout Pack 126 have joined to sponsor a Recycling Day Fundraiser on Saturday, May 18 from 9 a.m. -12 p.m. at the Kennedy Elementary School parking lot, 551 Pond St., Franklin.

Franklin DPW working on Pleasant Street pump station Monday, Tuesday

ADVISORY TO FRANKLIN WATER CUSTOMERS: The Franklin DPW is working on the Flintlock Pump Station, located off Pleasant Street, today, Monday, May 13, until 4 p.m., and tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Residents may experience a low pressure flow or discolored water. Despite the color, the water remains safe to drink. The DPW advises running water from an outside faucet or tub until the color clears.

On Saturday, May 18, Parmenter School is holding a car wash and a bottle and can drive to benefit the 5th grade class.

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