Upper Charles Climate Action (UCCA) of Sherborn, Holliston and surrounding towns will be hosting an EV Fest in the fall. If you are an EV or Hybrid owner, we hope you will join us to “Lift your hood and let interested neighbors see what you’ve got!”  The idea of the event is neighbor to neighbor learning.  We will not have commercial sellers, just you and your cars.  You don’t have to be an EV or hybrid guru, just be willing to share your experience as the owner of an electrically powered vehicle.

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Glenn H. Lewis, 71, passed away unexpectedly on July 12, 2021 at home.  Born in Newark, NJ on June 27, 1950, he was the son of Theodore and Mary (McCall) Lewis.  Glenn grew up in Holliston and spent a few years in Baldwinville.
A private graveside will be held at Lake Grove Cemetery.

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The Town’s 1999 Master Plan cited the East Holliston Commercial District as the eastern “gateway” into town. Under the heading of Town and Village Centers – the plan suggested “Improve the visual appeal of the East Holliston Commercial district by identifying places for additional landscaping.”

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The Holliston Select Board began its July 26, 2021, meeting at 7:00pm.  The meeting was called to order by Chair Tina Hein who noted that Ben Sparrell was absent from this meeting.  Some residents joined the meeting via Zoom after experiencing some audio difficulties with the HCAT broadcast.  HCAT is working with Verizon to repair this week-long disruption.

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Five years ago, after retiring from our respective careers, we chose Holliston as our new home to be close to our daughter’s family (meaning grandchildren). Our retirement dreams included leisure time and travel to explore new places.  Although not a thought when formulating our retirement dreams, The Holliston Reporter became our obsession, and we have gladly given this particular retirement project our all.  Our work on the Holliston Reporter has been a pleasure:  we have immersed ourselves in the community, learning about and enjoying its history, people and events. 

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In the beginning of July, the Holliston Senior Center began to open its doors to programs and classes previously presented on Zoom.  The Writers’ class, watercolor class, yoga, and Zumba  are among those now experiencing a total live or hybrid reintroduction.

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On Thursday, July 22, 2021, Barbara Bement Christensen passed away peacefully from complications related to dementia.
Visitation will be held on Friday, July 30th from 4pm to 7pm at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Holliston, 854 Washington St.

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