John Johnson Remembered

The Big One Closes out the Summer Concert Series

by Paul Saulnier
August 9, 2018

In the short video above see who attended the last concert

There was a good turnout for the last of the summer concerts at Goodwill Park.

HollistonReporter.com is providing this snapshot of the evening's events but HCAT's Bruce Gilfoy posted it live on Facebook and recorded the entire concert for your viewing and reviewing pleasure. Just go to  https://www.hcattv.org/  to see this concert and much, much more of Holliston's summer activities. 

Holliston's Finest was out in FORCE along with Ashland's Finest to answer resident's questions and display the lastest in crime prevention and emergency response. Ashland has a really nice ATV for chasing squirrels and other ATVs.

Officer Mike Woods, School Resource Officer and Safety Officer, was sure of his answer to the question: If you cross the road in a crosswalk without pressing the crosswalk button and waiting for the Go signal, are you jaywalking?

Parks & Recs Director Mark Frank kept busy passing free hot Marks with mustard and ketchup.

T C Scoops helped lots of folks get through the hot steamy weather.

Home grown band, The Big One, entertained guests with their "progressive" genre of music.

Owen Savage will be a college sophomore in September.

Andrew Milton also will be starting his sophomore year in college in the Fall.

Jacob Curto stars his freshman year in college in September.

Drummer, Henry Smith, rounds out the class of college sophomores in The Big One.. They have had gigs throughout the area including The Rover in Worcester and bars in Haverhill and Pawtucket. Inquiring minds want to know the genesis of the name.

Don't miss Steve Hedrick's candid interview at the end of the video.

 

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