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Celebrate Holliston Field Day - 2008

by Paul Saulnier
August 6, 2017

Celebrate Holliston 2017 is on SEPTEMBER 16th

Remember When: Celebrate Holliston Field Day 2008

 

Field Day activities began at 10:00 AM with the singing of our National Anthem.

Patty Osten listens to Selectman Andy Porter, as he lists the many reasons why Patty was chosen Holliston Woman Of The Year.

 Charlie Coles, a constant presence around the Senior Center, accepts his award as Holliston's Man Of The Year. Congratulations to both Patty and Charlie. You help make Holliston the great town that it is.

 

Members of the Historical Society stand ready to offer their fresh popcorn and other society items, as...

the masses flow onto the field after the parade.

Celebrate Holliston Field Day 2008

 

Field Day activities began at 10:00 AM with the singing of our National Anthem.

Patty Osten listens to Selectman Andy Porter, as he lists the many reasons why Patty was chosen Holliston Woman Of The Year.

 Charlie Coles, a constant presence around the Senior Center, accepts his award as Holliston's Man Of The Year. Congratulations to both Patty and Charlie. You help make Holliston the great town that it is.

Members of the Agricultural Commission display some of the many products grown right here in Holliston.

High school classes fo 2009 through 2012 set up booths.

The bleachers were full as...

Smart Set performed music from the Great Songbook era.

Carolyn Dykema (D), candidate for the Massachusetts House of Representatives, was on hand to meet with residents and hear their concerns. 

Dan Haley (R), left, stopped by the HollistonReporter.com booth to get the Maya's point of view on all the important issues, while Paul Loscocco (our current Rep) and Martha Ellis, Celebrate Holliston Parade Coordinator, listen attentively.

In the spirit of Celebrate Holliston, supporters of both candidates came together for a group hug.

Sponsor Billy Bernard put his stock car on display to give kids a chance to sit in a real race car. About 200 wouldbe racers took advantage of the opportunity as racing legend Rich Maccaganno stuffed them into the driver's seat.

The HHS Chorus and Band performed for an appreciative crowd.

Members of Saint Mary's Council of The Knights Of Columbus were on hand to raise awareness of the Knights' public service activities.

HollistonReporter.com passed out fly swatters, suitable for swatting Democrats and Republicans alike.

 

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Comments (1)

Nice photo article highlighting a grand day, and thanks for mentioning the Knights of Columbus. While still a young council, we strive to help special needs children, and are involved with other civic activities, such as our Red Cross blood drives, basketball and soccer challenges for boys and girls 10-14, and monthly contributions to the Food Pantry.

- Tom Anguish | 10/7/08 7:38 PM

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