An act was passed in the Senate last week for the protection of puppies and kittens written by Senator Karen Spilka. This bill bans the sale of puppies, kittens and rabbits under the age of eight weeks of age. The bill is intended to reduce the number of sick pets sold.
Members of the Lowland Industrial Park joined together in June to collect items to donate to the Holliston Panty Shelf. The result was two full car loads of seven hundred items delivered to the Food Pantry.
Learn Self Defense for Life at Cormier’s Self Defense Academy
by Jennifer Batog
Jim Cormier, owner of Cormier’s Self Defense Academy on Jeffrey Ave., believes all women, and even young girls, need to be skilled in the art of self-defense. “From the time they are teens, girls should be involved in some sort of self-defense program,” he said. “Being strong, being assertive is not enough. You’ve got to have a skill.”
The coveted Golden Sneaker award.
The students not only tried to accumulate distances for themselves, but for their classroom. Each class in grades 3, 4, and 5 competed against each other by tabulating the number of miles they accumulated at home from March to the end of May. Weekly, each classroom’s miles were calculated into an average miles/student.
The seventh annual Kampersal One Pitch Softball Tournment was held on Saturday, June18th at Kampersal Field. Eleven softball teams from Holliston, Franklin, Natick and Medway participated in this Compassionate Care ALS Softball Tournament.