Yearly Archives: 2011
Tuesday's field hockey game with Somerset was really two games.
Edith Taylor McClintock died peacefully Saturday, October 1, in Bennington, Vermont, where she had made her home since January 2010.
Heather, one of our young patrons at the Edgartown library, approached me last week to say she was raising money for her school band's trip, and could I help? When I said yes, she led me to a table and pulled a fat envelope from her backpack.
Some news stories are fun.
I am writing to commend West Tisbury chief of police Dan Rossi, his officers, and Sgt.
Good luck to the travel teams of Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey as the season gets under way, and to all the kids under instruction and in the recreation leagues.
I would like people to understand that in my letter, published September 29,
I thought it might be important to let the folks at Polly Hill Arboretum know why I didn't attend the Aster Identification Workshop last week.
We just returned from a tour of Scotland, mostly the western highlands, and we traversed a lot of roundabouts, which made me think of the one proposed here.
I can't believe we are still discussing this roundabout.
I have just finished reading the editorial
My family and I are from Michigan and decided to go on vacation to Martha's Vineyard from August 29 to September 2.
Jefferson Munroe of The Good Farm knew he wanted to farm but the point was really driven home five years ago when he was traveling through Africa.
The annual Island Elderly Housing Art Show is Saturday, October 8 from 1 to 3 pm in the Community room at Woodside Village II.
90 Dukes County Avenue, Oak Bluffs
Connie McHugh knows winning tennis. Serve and volley. Keep the ball in play. Set up the winning shot.
Curves in Vineyard Haven, a veteran of Zumbathons, is having another one on Monday, Oct. 10, a breast cancer research fundraiser.
Local favorites as well as internationally renowned instructors will be represented at the festival providing a well-rounded schedule.
A big part of many women's beauty regimens involve tweezers. Ms. Reilly warns tweezing & waxing can be detrimental in the war against unwanted hair.