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Historical Society's 37th ANNUAL HARVEST FAIR September 24, 2017

2017 Citizens of the Year Announced

by Paul Saulnier
August 31, 2017

Former Police Chief John Moore, above left, with Benefit organizer Lisa Zais and now Chief Matt Stone, at a fund raiser for Holliston's K9 Cesh

Herb Brockert Jr at a recent meeting of the Eight Arch Bridge Committee.

Full bios of these two citizens to follow.

 

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Congrats Lisa & Herb....

- Paula Blackmer Foglietta | 9/2/17 10:28 AM

Congratulations Lisa and Herb Couldn't be two more deserving people!

- Virginia Beebe | 9/1/17 10:47 AM

Herby great friend to have! An inspiration to all who know him! Be Well; we need you! Milton Cohen

- Milton Cohen | 9/1/17 10:11 AM

Congratulations Lisa, and Herb, Very well deserved Hollistonians who are strong in community spirit and volunteerism !!

- Mark Ahronian | 9/1/17 6:29 AM

Congratulations to Lisa and Herb. 2 worthy recipients. Known Herb and his family for decades. Another benefit of 26 years of Celebrate Holliston, acknowledging unsung heroes in town. Proud to have been part of this yearly opportunity for the citizens, and businesses to promote their contributions to a great town. Kevin FitzGerald

- Kevin FitzGerald | 8/31/17 10:30 AM

Congratulations Lisa and Herb! A well deserved honor, thank you for all you do in this great Town of ours. ~Liz

- Elizabeth Turner Greendale | 8/31/17 10:16 AM

Congratulations to Lisa and Herb. Both very deserving.

- Steve Bradford | 8/31/17 7:51 AM

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