* Trash Collection Delayed A Day All Week * President's Day *

Plenty of Food and Ice and Snow on a Wintery Monday

by Bobby Blair
December 9, 2013

The Holliston Police Association held its Annual Senior Christmas Dinner on Monday at noon.

Chief John Moore left, K9 Officer Matt Stone (Cesh is waiting in the cruiser for leftovers) and Sgt. David Gatchell await the hungry seniors.

Susan and Vincent Trunfio are first in line to be greeted by retired Sherborn Officer left Joey Waugh, retired Auxiliary officer Jim Carbino and Sgt. Craig Denman.

Kitchen Patrol Officer Andy MacGray and Dispatcher Kate Hickey handle the cleanup duties. Also helping the boys in blue and not pictured were Sgt. Matt Waugh and Officer Todd Hagan. Later on this icey and snowy day on the opposite side of town and in another town-owned facility, the faces for dinner were slightly younger. The dinner was catered by Out Post Farm.

 

Posted in Police/Fire, Neighborhood, Comings/Goings, News.

E-mail This Article

Comments (0)

Advertisement

Advertisement

Recent Articles by Bobby Blair:

Dog in the Water

[Comments:2]

Continue ...

Signalization Design Project Reviewed

Continue ...

Recent Real Estate Sales

Continue ...

Snow and Accidents Have Begun - Lost Hiker in Town Forest

Continue ...

Inaugural Meeting of Friends of the Holliston Community Farm

[Comments:2]

Continue ...

Advertisement

Recent Articles in Police/Fire:

Fire & EMS Log: February 10 - 16, 2017

by Chief Michael Cassidy

Continue ...

Dog Rescue in Linden Pond

by Chief Michael Cassidy

On Friday, February 17 at 2:40 PM, the Holliston Fire Department and Holliston Police Department responded to a report of a dog through the water on Linden Pond. Photos by Ofc. James Ward (Holliston Police)

Continue ...

Dog in the Water

by Bobby Blair

[Comments:2]

Continue ...

Snow and Accidents Have Begun - Lost Hiker in Town Forest

by Bobby Blair

Continue ...

Police Log for Week of February 5 - 11, 2017

by Paul Saulnier

The devil is in that pothole on Highland Street. If you travel on Highland then you'd best pray to the patron saint of tires.

[Comments:1]

Continue ...

Advertisement