Thursday, June 9, 2016

In the News: Holocaust survivor speaks, Tri-County graduation, pipeline talk at Milford Library

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Horace Mann School eighth-graders have been reading the names of Holocaust victims as part of the school's "Days of Remembrance" week. 
When Janet Applefield appeared in front of them Wednesday morning, she told them she nearly became one of them. 
"You could've been reading my name," the Holocaust survivor said at the school while recounting her experiences during World War II."

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"Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School handed out 218 diplomas to the Class of 2016 during the school’s 37th graduation ceremony, held June 5. 
Joining Superintendent-Director Stephen Dockray at the stage were school committee Chair Steven Trask; school committee Vice Chair Donna Cabibbo; Principal Michael Procaccini; Vocational Director Jean George; Director of Guidance Scott O’Brien; class valedictorian Jennifer Bowness, of North Attleborough; class salutatorian Thomas Vagnini, of Medfield; and class president Stephanie Brousseau, of North Attleborough."

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"A local group opposed to Spectra Energy’s proposed pipeline is holding an informational meeting at the Milford Town Library Thursday night. 
Carolyn and Rand Barthel from 350 Massachusetts, a network of volunteer activists from around the state, will give a fact-based PowerPoint presentation about the pipeline, which is proposed to run through Milford and several other Milford-area towns. 
The presentation is scheduled for Thursday at 7 p.m. at the library, 80 Spruce St."

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