1. HERC Revitalizing
THe Holliston Emergency Response Corp has not been active for a couple of years and is now about to reorganize and vitalize this important group. Several former active members met on Tuesday to prepared for revitalization.
2. First Summer Concert at Goodwill Park
The Second Story Band of Holliston began the summer music series at Goodwill Park on Tuesday, June 28th. This event was very well attended in spite of the dubious weather and all enjoyed the fantastic program they presented.
3. Water Quality Report
The Holliston Water Department is pleased to announce the availability of the 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (CCR).
4. Mandatory Water Ban
Holliston Water Department has been mandated to impose a water ban on nonessential water use effective May 1st until September 30th. There is a total ban on watering between the hours of 9:00am and 5:pm on all days. Hand held use is allowed on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. Odd number homes and even number homes have assigned watering days.
5. Fire & EMS Log: June 17 - 23, 2016
6. Aviary to Open July 9th
7. Learn Self Defense for Life at Cormier’s Self Defense Academy
Jim Cormier, owner of Cormier’s Self Defense Academy on Jeffrey Ave., believes all women, and even young girls, need to be skilled in the art of self-defense. “From the time they are teens, girls should be involved in some sort of self-defense program,” he said. “Being strong, being assertive is not enough. You’ve got to have a skill.”
8. Local Filmmaker Holds Screening of Short Film
On Friday night, there was a film screening of Beyond the Grid, a short film directed by local filmmaker Raouf Zaki, at Holliston High School.
9. Father's Day Car Show & Breakfast
The 14th Annual Car Show and Breaskfast at the Holliston Historical Society was a very popular spot on Father's Day. Fantastic weather, great food and a variety of classic and antique cars entertained owners and spectators alike.
10. HOLLISTON HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY
11. Now Showing on HCAT
12. Golden Sneaker Award
The coveted Golden Sneaker award. The students not only tried to accumulate distances for themselves, but for their classroom. Each class in grades 3, 4, and 5 competed against each other by tabulating the number of miles they accumulated at home from March to the end of May. Weekly, each classroom’s miles were calculated into an average miles/student.
13. Selectmen Met on Wednesday June 22nd
The Board of Selectmen reviewed past and future programs of the Senior Center, Department of Public Works and the Fire Department and approved warrants, fund transfers and appointments at the June 22nd board meeting.
14. Rose Marie Burkle, 86
15. All About Trusts
If you have been named as a beneficiary of a trust, you probably have many questions about what comes next. To ensure that your financail and other interests are fully protected, you need some basic information about different trust structures and their management.
16. Shot On Location in and around Holliston
RA Vision Productions, Inc., and award-winning director Raouf Zaki of Holliston are pleased to announce that their latest film, Beyond the Grid, will screen for the press, cast, and crew on Friday, June 24th, 2016.
17. A Walk in Their Shoes
The Residence at Valley Farm Welcomes The Community to “A Walk in Their Shoes,” an Innovative Virtual Realty Experience of What It’s Like to Suffer From Dementia
18. Lions Club Has Final Meeting of the Year
The Lions Club hosted the final meeing of the year at Anthony's on the Green. A terrific traditional clambake dinner was enjoyed be all, and charitable donations by the Lions were recognized.
19. Summer Fun at Goodwilll Park
Summer is almost here and so are the summer concerts at Goodwill Park, and a last day of school celebration on Thursday June 23rd, an outdoor movie The Peanuts Movie at 8:30pm
20. Police Log for Week of June 12 - 18, 2016
This week even refrigerators are too fast for HPD to catch but 68 drivers weren't fast enough.