Monday, January 23, 2023

More Perfect Union - WFPR: 069 - Ethics in Politics, George Santos and The House Ethics Committee (audio)

In this episode, the group is joined by More Perfect Union founder Frank Falvey, to discuss the place of ethics in politics, whether or not there needs to be an ethics test for congress members, the current scandal around George Santos and embezzlement, and much more.

Franklin.TV: A More Perfect Union (audio)
Franklin.TV: A More Perfect Union (audio)
More Perfect Union - WFPR
Discussing American Politics and Current Events
Peter Fasciano, Dr. Michael Walker Jones, Dr. Natalia Linos, Jeff Roy, Chris Woolf and Nick Remissong host a round table discussion on current events and American politics, bringing about thoughtful conversation, compelling discourse, and a look at what the future might hold for the United States.
Find all the episodes online ->  or subscribe with your favorite podcast app

MMA: "Franklin develops Commercial Driver Licensing training program for employees"

"Following changes to federal training requirements for Commercial Driver’s Licenses, the Franklin Department of Public Works has received federal approval of an internal training program, designed to bring in qualified hires while saving money for employees who need a CDL license.

The CDL training changes, which took effect last February, require applicants to receive training by an approved trainer prior to taking the CDL test — and the cost for the training can be as much as $10,000. Prior to the changes, and for the last 15 years, the town was able to train employees in-house, according to Public Works Director Brutus Cantoreggi.

“It’s very hard to find CDL drivers, so I would hire folks without the license and train them in house,” Cantoreggi said. “It brought in a lot of folks who had permits. … But with the regulation change, we couldn’t find people already licensed for these jobs.”
Continue reading the article at the Mass Municipal Assoc page ->

The Franklin Department of Public Works provides internal Commercial Drivers License training for employees. (Photo courtesy town of Franklin)
The Franklin Department of Public Works provides internal Commercial Drivers License training for employees. (Photo courtesy town of Franklin)

Register now for the Paint & Sip night at 67 Degrees Brewery - Feb 10

A collaboration among Creative Corner Art Studios, Franklin artist Ted Cormier-Leger & 67 Degrees Brewery

"Join us @67degrees.brew in Franklin for a Valentine’s themed Paint & Sip Night! You must register for the event on our website.

We hope to see you there"

Register now for the Paint & Sip night at 67 Degrees Brewery - Feb 10
Register now for the Paint & Sip night at 67 Degrees Brewery - Feb 10

High school juniors you can be part of Distinguished Young Women, Info session scheduled for Jan 29

"Calling all high school girls in the Class of 2024!! 

Are you a smart, talented, strong, service-oriented leader? Do you want a share of $1 billion in college scholarships? Do you want community service credit? 

Apply today to be a Distinguished Young Woman! Have fun, build confidence, learn life skills, make friends, win scholarships! All for free! 

Please apply online at or contact Amy Azza at 508 517 4310 or for more info.

We will have a Zoom info session on Sunday, January 29 at 8 PM"

For additional info (including Zoom session) -> 

Pantherbook: "New Student-Led Custom Merchandise Company"

"Do you need apparel to raise money for your club? Well, Swing Merch has got you covered!

Swing Merch is a student-led custom merchandise platform created by Arav Tyagi and Antonio Marzoratti, two seniors at FHS. Swing Merch allows students to buy a wide variety of merch for their club, including sweatshirts, hoodies, shirts, mugs, notebooks, and tote bags.

Arav explained Swing Merch’s mission, “to raise money for the clubs and for clubs to be more unified by wearing matching apparel to show club pride."

Continue reading the article at Pantherbook ->

came up with the idea mid-October 2022 and implemented it in November 2022. Photo used with permission by Antonio Marzoratti.
came up with the idea mid-October 2022 and implemented it in November 2022. Photo used with permission by Antonio Marzoratti.

Franklin TV and schedule for Monday, Jan 23, 2023

  • or 102.9 on the FM dial = Monday

9 AM 12 PM and 6 PM Talkin’ the Blues – Jim Derick & Todd Monjur
2 hours of awesome blues music, info, interviews

11 AM 2 PM and 8 PM A More Perfect Union – Discussing American Politics and Current Events - Peter Fasciano, Dr. Michael Walker Jones, Dr. Natalia Linos, State Rep Jeff Roy, Chris Woolf, and Nick Remissong host a round table discussion on current events and American politics, bringing about thoughtful conversation, compelling discourse, and a look at what the future might hold for the United States.

  • Franklin All Access TV - Our Public Access Channel (Comcast 8, Verizon 26) = MONDAY

8:00 am    SAFE Coalition: Youth Sports
9:00 am    Concerts on the Common: Heather Deary & Carolyn Rae
12:00 pm    Brook'n'Cookin: Tai Salad
12:30 pm    Sandya: Pasta
1:00 pm    Comfort Food: Comfort Food
1:30 pm    Pizzapalooza: Shrimp, Tomato & Greens Pizzetta
2:00 pm    New England Candlepins: Show 3
3:00 pm    Candlepin New Generation: Show 12
5:00 pm    Extended Play Sessions: Season 10 Show 1 - Tweed funk
6:00 pm    Veterans' Call: VA Pension
7:30 pm    Frank Presents: Caron Grupposo
9:00 pm    The Black Box: Wicked

  • Franklin Pride TV - Our Educational Channel (Comcast 96, Verizon 28) = MONDAY

8:30 am    SAFE Coalition: Critical Conversations
10:30 am    Public School Event: Concert Hour Day 1
12:00 pm    FHS Boys Varsity Basketball: v Canton 01-17-23
2:00 pm    SAFE Coalition: Youth Sports
3:00 pm    Public School Concert: Sullivan Winter Music 2019
4:30 pm    FHS Girls Varsity Basketball: v N. Attleboro 01-13-23
6:30 pm    Battleship Cove: Inside the History Pt. 7
7:00 pm    Public School Concert: Elementary Winter Music Pt. 1 12-11-18
9:30 pm    FHS Girls Varsity Hockey: v Medway 01-13-23

  • Franklin Town Hall TV - Our Government Channel (Comcast 11, Verizon 29) = MONDAY

8:00 am    Planning Board: 01-09-23
12:00 pm    Economic Development 01-04-23
2:00 pm    Planning Board: 01-09-23
7:00 pm    Planning Board:  LIVE, Chambers, 891 1981 9166

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Sunday, January 22, 2023

2023 Franklin Cultural Council Grant Awardees

#1 - Janet Applefield, “Combating Hate and Prejudice”
This program will take place at Horace Mann Middle School and is a powerful educational program developed to raise public awareness of the atrocities of the Holocaust and to educate students, teachers and all learners about the importance of defending human rights, combating racism, prejudices and intolerance within our society. May 2023.

#2 - Deepa Bhaskar, “Bollywood Dance Party”
This program is held monthly at the Franklin Public Library and is geared for all ages in the community. Bollywood dance is a fusion of various Indian classical and folk dances. Ms. Bhaskar teaches 4-5 basic steps per class that can be used for many Indian dance songs. Monthly.

#3 - Charles River Chorale, Inc, “Charles River Chorale Organizational Support”
This grant award will provide funding for the Charles River Chorale concerts and organizational needs for 2023. Eight of the current members of the chorale are from Franklin.

#4 - Dean College, “Franklin Community Coffee House Series”
This grant award will support multiple events to engage the Franklin community on the Dean College campus including creative writing workshops, poetry events, interactive improv class, open mic night and an interactive music theater performance night.

#5 - Easton Community Access Television ECAT, Inc., “Hockomock Film Festival”
A competition based film festival, the Hockomock Film Festival encourages high school students to work collaboratively while creating unique films. Thirteen neighboring towns and their high schoolers participate in this competitive festival. June 2023.

#6 - Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School, “Diwali Celebration”
BFCCPS has been awarded a grant to support their large scale cultural celebration of Diwali. Funding will support multiple performances, a sari booth, mehndi booth, diyas booth and a rangolis booth. November 2023.

#7 - Franklin Area Moms, “Little Listeners”
Little Listeners is a sound installation project designed to be an interactive listening experience that encourages children to embrace diversity and inclusion. Three portable speakers with description card will be placed within the Franklin community for children of all ages to come listen to curated audio content. Through active listening, they will be able to experience and embrace different cultures. This project will be a monthly event in Franklin.

#8 - Franklin Art Association, “Guest Artist Demonstrations”
The FAA has been awarded support for their monthly guest series of demonstrations and lectures by visiting New England artists. Demos are held at their monthly meeting which are free and open to the public at the Franklin Senior Center. Monthly.
#9 - Franklin Cultural District, “Discovering Franklin’s Cultural District”
This grant award will fund a comprehensive bus tour/walking tour within the existing Cultural District in Franklin. Supplemental individual tours will also take place throughout the sites in the District. There will be seven stops on the tour with a guide at each location: Historical Museum, Horace Mann statue, Town Common & monuments, Public Library, Dean College, Main Street (with bookstore and art gallery) and THE BLACK BOX. June 2023.

#10 - Franklin Farmers Market, “Music for the Market”
Funding for this project will provide weekly funding for performers at the farmers market in Franklin. The market runs each Friday from June to October on the Franklin Town Common.

#11 - Franklin High School, “Night of the Arts”
Night of the Arts is a community art event run by the high school’s National Art Honor Society members and their advisor. NAHS invites students from the district to come to the high school to visit six country themed rooms. In each room, students listen to the designated country’s local music while engaging in an art activity related to that country’s featured artist. This event will take place March 24th, 2023 at FHS.

#12 - Franklin LGBTQ Alliance, Inc., “Celebrate with Pride”
Celebrate with Pride is the largest LGBTQ+ event in the Franklin area and is held during Pride Month. The event brings local artisans, community groups, and performers together to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and allies. June 2023.

#13 - Franklin Performing Arts Company, “FPAC Family Concert Series”
The FPAC’s Family Concert Series introduces families to the joy of live music. In an engaging and entertaining format, audiences experience the sounds of Classics4Kids and Jazz4Kids brought to life in an informal and intimate setting. Performances are free to the Franklin community and surrounding towns. Winter 2023.

#14 - Franklin Public Library, “Lotus Lantern Craft & Film”
Community members will be lead through making a Korean lotus lantern followed by a film on Korean culture and the significance of the Lantern Festival. May 2023.

#15 - Helen Keller Parent Communication Council, “Oge Mora; Get to Know an Author/Illustrator”
The Helen Keller PCC will host award winning author and illustrator, Oge Mora, for their students in the Spring of 2023. Ms. Mora will be speaking and working with each grade level in the school on the process of creating literature and how artwork can tell a story. Spring 2023.

#16 - Horace Mann Middle School, “Visiting Author”
The Franklin middle schools will welcome a young adult author for a three-day residency (one day at each middle school) to address the entire student body and conduct small group workshops. A evening event for families and community members will also be held to allow families to interact with their students and share a common experience by reading a book. Fall 2023.

#17 - Franklin High School, “The Empty Bowls Project”
High school ceramics students spend the entire year making 300-400 clay bowls with their grant funding. In May of 2023, they will partner with the Franklin Food Pantry and co-host a community dinner. All funds from ticket sales and the silent auction benefit the food pantry.
May 2023.

#18 - “SheGrooves; Using our Voices for Positive Change”
This is an inter-generational community event, equal parts performance and presentation and given by Berklee College of Music women. This 90-minute family friendly concert will be held at the Circle of Friends Coffeehouse in Franklin on Saturday, April 1st. SheGrooves explores female representation and empowerment through original music as well as iconic female performers and writers such as Joni Mitchell and Aretha Franklin. April 2023.

#19 - LiveARTS, “The 2023 LiveARTS Concert Series”
LiveARTS, the renowned concert series based in Franklin, celebrates its twenty-first season with four performances in 2023. All concerts take place at the First Universalist Society in Franklin and feature nationally and internationally recognized artists. March-November 2023.

#20 - MA Educational Theatre Guild, Inc., “The MA High School Drama Festival”
On Saturday, March 4th, the Franklin High School Theatre will again host one of the rounds of the annual festival. The State-wide event features 120 participating schools. March 2023.

#21 - NoteAble Blend Chorus, “NoteAble Blend A cappella Concert”
A 20-member women’s barbershop chorus will perform a free concert at the Franklin Public Library. The concert will last approximately one hour and will have audience participation as well. April 2023.

#22 - SAFE Coalition, “Can you see me?”
This project will encourage students of the SAFE Vaping Diversion and afterschool program in Franklin to explore the duality of their social-emotional wellness needs. Teens will be able to express how they feel and explore through art.

#23 - Solutions Extended Day, “Social Emotional Learning Through Art”
How can repetitive mark marking (doodling) be used as a stress-management tool? Students will explore repetitive mark making, practice noticing and sharing about a work of art, learn how Chinese artists created landscapes with many types of marks and employ focus repeated mark making to create their own designs.
#24 - Southeastern Massachusetts Community Wind Symphony, Inc., “Band Concert”
In the summer of 2023 this 35-piece band will provide a high-quality concert to the Franklin Seniors and their guests. The band will play show tunes, big band numbers, patriotic songs, and other well-known pieces.

#25 - Celia Taylor, “Let’s Get it Started Dance Crew”
This project is a weekly adaptive dance class specifically geared towards adults with developmental and/or physical challenges. Adaptive dance encompasses creative expression, music appreciation and social skills as they pertain to cohesive group dynamics.

#26 - Town of Franklin, “Where’s the Toast Memory Café”
Memory Café’s will take place the third Wednesday of the month for 2023 at the Franklin Senior Center. These are safe and inviting spaces for those who are experiencing memory loss and their loved ones and caregivers. Music can trigger positive memories and bring feelings of happiness and provides space for “a little bit of normal” in what can be a heartbreaking diagnosis and journey.

#27 - Matt York, “Songs & Stories – The Highwaymen”
This is a musical program in which songs and stories about the country supergroup The Highwaymen is presented. Matt York will be performing at the Franklin Library on February 25th for the community of Franklin. February 2023.

#28 - Robert Zammarchi, “Elijah T. Grasshopper’s Rainbow Dance Party!”
This will be an interactive, live musical enrichment program with characters and puppets at the Franklin Public Library in August of 2023. Elijah T. Grasshopper & Friends are a favorite for our youngest community members and promote a message of social harmony and environmental consciousness. August 2023.

How were the grants determined? 

For FY23, the Franklin Cultural Council will give priority to grant applications for projects and programs that meet one or more of the following:
  • are held within the Town of Franklin and/or are of the greatest benefit to Franklin residents
  • are for events within the boundaries of the Franklin Cultural District
  • programs that are service-oriented and best meet the needs of our community
  • programs that elevate the voices and experiences of historically marginalized groups to create a more inclusive cultural sector in Franklin
  • programs that explicitly link the arts to emotional well-being in times of crisis, and contribute to personal and community resiliency

Applicant's project must be clearly related to the arts, humanities, civics, history or interpretive sciences, and embody the following values of the Massachusetts Cultural Council: Mass Cultural Council works to elevate our rich cultural life in Massachusetts. We partner with communities across the Commonwealth to expand access, improve education, promote diversity, and encourage excellence in the arts, humanities and sciences. Through our efforts, we make our state a better place to live, work, and visit for everyone.

Applicant's project must provide adequate public benefit for the Franklin community and provide adequate public access. Explanation of handicap accessibility of the venue, if applicable, must be included in application.

Applicant must have a clear, written commitment of event from sponsoring organization or venue. 

Funding for applicant's project must not substitute for or replace other public funding of programs in the arts, humanities, civics, history or interpretive sciences. 

Franklin Cultural Council funds are not intended to be used as the sole source of funding of projects.

Ticket prices for events will be taken into consideration during grant approval process and must be included in your application.

Applicants must take into consideration local and state COVID-19 guidelines in place at the time of their event. The Franklin Cultural Council acknowledges that the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and encourage applicants/applications that take this into consideration.

Acknowledgement of Franklin Cultural Council support must be given during the program or project and verification of such must be provided for grant payout.

2023 Franklin Cultural Council Grant Awardees
2023 Franklin Cultural Council Grant Awardees

Economic Development Subcommittee + Steering Committee Meeting agenda - Jan 25, 2023 - 6 PM

Economic Development Subcommittee + Steering Committee Meeting
Agenda & Meeting Packet
January 25, 2023 - 6:00 PM

Meeting will be held at the Municipal Building
2nd floor, Council Chambers
355 East Central Street

1. Zoning - Inclusionary Zoning
a. 22-889: Use Regulations Schedule - Residential
i. September 15, 2022 DCPD Memo & Staff Recommendation
ii. Map of a half mile circle from the train station
iii. Sample of a 40,000 square foot development in GRV
2. Initial Discussion: Accessory Dwelling Units

Agenda doc includes remote participation info ->

Economic Development Subcommittee + Steering Committee Meeting agenda - Jan 25, 2023 - 6 PM
Economic Development Subcommittee + Steering Committee Meeting agenda - Jan 25, 2023 - 6 PM

Downtown Zoning Discussion with D'Errico, Frongillo & Hamblen - 01/18/23 (audio)

FM #922 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 922 in the series. 

This session of the radio show shares the audio recording of my conversation with Joel D’Errico, Melanie Hamblen and Cobi Frongillo. Joel, Melanie and I were in the Franklin TV Studio on Wednesday, January 18, 2023. Cobi joined us for almost all of the discussion via phone.

Consider this a continuation of the downtown zoning discussion from the “Franklin For All” project which is underway with review and discussion at the Economic Development Subcommittee Plus that Melanie Chairs and for which Cobi is Vice-Chair.  

We were joined by Joel for this session to include his insights as a lifelong Franklinite, a property owner, and a former Town Councilor.

The recording of our conversation on zoning runs about 56 minutes. Let’s listen in.

Audio recording ->


47 Summer St as referenced during the discussion

Prior discussion with Melanie and Cobi in December -> 

Prior discussion with Cobi on housing conference ->

Prior discussion on Franklin For All project ->


We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio ( or 102.9 on the Franklin area radio dial.  

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Google Maps photo of 47 Summer St
Google Maps photo of 47 Summer St

FHS boys hockey tops KP 3-1 on Saturday

Via, we share the results of the fall sports competition for Franklin High School on Saturday, January 21, 2023. We also provide the link to the full set of Hockomock League results below.

Boys Hockey = King Philip, 1 @ Franklin, 3 – Final 
– Franklin lit the lamp twice in the second period and tacked on an empty net goal with 20 seconds to play to secure a league win over rival King Philip. The Panthers picked up a big win over the Warriors last month but this one played out much closer. After a scoreless first period, Ben Paterson put the Panthers ahead off a pass from Zach Langevin to make it 1-0. Franklin doubled the lead at 5:22 in the second when Dylan McEvoy buried a feed from Ryan Sicchio. KP junior Tim Mullen slammed in a pass from classmate Nate Garstka with 9:39 to go but the Panthers held on. Ben Jarosz scored the empty-net goal for Franklin.

For other results around the Hockomock League

Colby Wagner in goal for the Panthers
Colby Wagner in goal for the Panthers

Franklin.TV: The Road to Normal

It’s a long but steady journey.
by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director 01/22/2023

Resolved in 2023 –
Keep moving ahead toward our new (and improved) normal. For us it means continuing and expanding our live coverage of sports and civic events. This was a critical development in order to continue through the pandemic. Today we are all the better for it.

Resolved in 2023 –
Keep moving ahead with all the excellent radio programming that our talented volunteers produce and broadcast on, Franklin Public Radio. They made our community radio station all the better throughout the pandemic.

Resolved in 2023 –
Resume and expand the production of our studio interview programs. Returning to our schedule: Frank Falvey, Senior Connections with Nan Rafter, Safe Coalition with Jim Derick and Dr. Anne Bergen and more. We also have some new studio series in the works and slated for production in the coming months.

Resolved in 2023 –
Return to our kitchen and develop another tasty cooking series or two. (Our hungry staff is always up for this gig.) Our past cooking programs: Cooking Thyme with Tri-County, Bill Hurley’s Pizzapalooza (with extra cheese), Sandya’s Kitchen, Brooke-n-Cookin’. We’ve also produced tasty specials about holiday cookies and treats with Franklin’s Sons of Italy. We’re always looking for more. If you’re a foodie; love to cook and talk about cooking – call us or email us – info at

Do you have a passion or some expertise that you would like to share with others on local TV or radio? Franklin.TV and can make it happen. We can help you make it interesting and engaging. We also make it easy.

Thanks for listening to 102.9 wfpr●fm.
And – as always – thanks for watching.

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Want to know where to get your Girl Scout Cookies in Franklin, MA?

In case you needed to know, (yes, I'll admit to needing this) the remaining schedule for Girl Scout cookie sales beginning with Sunday, Jan 22, 2023. 
  • 1/22 Fresh Start Market 12-3pm
  • 1/28 
    • King St. Dunkin' 8a-1p
    • Dean Bank 8:30a-12p
    • Stop & Shop 10a-2p
  • 1/29 Learning Express 10a-2p
  • 2/4 
    • King St. Dunkin' 8a-1p
    • Aubuchon's 10a-2p
  • 2/11 
    • Shaw's 9a-2p
    • Stop & Shop 10a-2p
    • Dean Bank 8:30a-12p
  • 2/12
    • King St. Dunkin' 8a-1p
    • Shaw's 9a-2p
    • Stop & Shop 10a-2p
  • 2/18 
    • Learning Express 10a-2p
    • DCU Bank 8:30a-1p
  • 2/19 Learning Express 11a-2p
Want to know where to get your Girl Scout Cookies in Franklin, MA?
Want to know where to get your Girl Scout Cookies in Franklin, MA?

The FHS indoor track team results from the MSTCA D1 Relays, girls bring home some medals

MSTCA D1 Relays - Jan 21, 2023 

Franklin High School Team results

Boys High Jump Relay

Christopher Botchis H1 • Yr: 12 DNS

Quinten Hardt H1 • Yr: 11 DNS

Trey Lovell H1 • Yr: 12 DNS

Girls High Jump Relay

3 Sarah Dumas +2.66pts • H1 • Yr: 11 4-09.00 1.45m

3 Abigail Griffith +2.66pts • H1 • Yr: 11 4-09.00 1.45m

8 Vera Hansen +2.66pts • H1 • Yr: 9 4-07.00 1.40m

Girls Long Jump Relay

21 Cassidy Carmighani H2 4.44m 14-06.75

34 Pfluke Barra H2 4.12m 13-06.25

35 Madeline Damon H2 4.10m 13-05.50

Boys Long Jump Relay

25 Luke Sidwell H3 • Yr: 12 5.69m 18-08.00

36 Quinten Hardt H3 • Yr: 11 5.47m 17-11.50

54 Bryce Dragsbaek H3 • Yr: 11 5.17m 16-11.50

Girls Shot Put Relay

2 Lily Deforge +3.33pts • H5 • Yr: 11 11.26m 36-11.50

4 Elizabeth Hopkins +3.33pts • H5 • Yr: 11 10.55m 34-07.50

14 Darby Nicholson +3.33pts • H5 • Yr: 11 9.22m 30-03.00

20 Boys 1600 Meter Sprint Medley 4:09.92 'A' • H2

9 Girls 1600 Meter Sprint Medley 4:42.80 'A' • H3

11 Girls 4x50 Yard Relay 25.93 'A' • H7

23 Girls 4x50 Yard Relay 26.62 'B' • H5

24 Boys 4x50 Yard Relay 23.36 'A' • H8

34 Boys 4x50 Yard Relay 24.09 'B' • H3

3 Girls Shuttle Hurdle 30.47 'A' • +6pts • H6

14 Girls Shuttle Hurdle 35.01 'B' • H3

11 Boys Shuttle Hurdle 28.97 'A' • H3

6 Girls 4x200 Meter Relay 1:49.98 'A' • +1pts • H9

24 Girls 4x200 Meter Relay 1:58.39 'B' • H5

8 Boys 4x200 Meter Relay 1:33.89 'A' • H9

28 Boys 4x200 Meter Relay 1:39.40 'B' • H5

4 Girls 4x400 Meter Relay 4:09.53 'A' • +4pts • H5

14 Boys 4x400 Meter Relay 3:40.90 'A' • H4

21 Boys 4x800 Meter Relay 9:20.38 'A' • H1

5 Girls 4x800 Meter Relay 9:46.57 'A' • +2pts • H2

15 Boys Distance Medley 11:43.42 'A' • H1


DIV.1 MIAA STATE CHAMPIONS! Congratulations  @lilydeforge11   @elizabe82032317  and  @darbynicholson_  for winning the MIAA Div. 1 Shot Put relay championship
DIV.1 MIAA STATE CHAMPIONS! Congratulations  @lilydeforge11   @elizabe82032317  and  @darbynicholson_  for winning the MIAA Div. 1 Shot Put relay championship 

Girls 4x800 relay takes 5th at relays with a time of 9:46
Girls 4x800 relay takes 5th at relays with a time of 9:46

Girls 4x200 taking home some hardware! 6th overall with a 1:49.99
Girls 4x200 taking home some hardware! 6th overall with a 1:49.99

Girls shuttle hurdles takes 3rd with a 30.47
Girls shuttle hurdles takes 3rd with a 30.47