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Notables Attend Book Signing

by Bill Tobin
May 15, 2013

Ted Reinstein autographs his book for many at  the reception on Tuesday at Pejamajo's

Ted Reinstein, reporter for Channel 5's Chronicle, intoduced his book New England Notebook on Tuesday at Pejamajo's and graciously autographed it.

As Ted was signing, his wife Anne-Marie cut and served a decorated chocolate cake.

Jack Harper, a felllow journalist at WCVB  channel 5,  celebrates the occassion with Ted.

 Ted signed his book and chatted with Ken and Carolynn Henderson

John Paltrineri, Jack Harper and Leslie Gaydos, news anchor for NECN, shared the evening. Ted's book, New England Notebook is available now at Fiske's. Ted will be there on a date to be announced soon to autograph his book for you.

 Selectman Jay Marsden had Ted sign his copy of the book.

Representative Carolyn Dykema had her book signed too.

Ted Reinstein expressed his gratitude to those attending and stated that the book will be officially introduced  next week, but he wanted to do it first in Holliston, his town, with friends and supporters. He commented that he wrote much of the book sitting at tables right here at Pejamajo's and thus the chosen site for the initial introduction of his book.

The goodies table was enjoyed by all, obviously.

The Reinstein family, Ted, Anne-Marie and ten year old Kyra and Daisy eight years old proudly hold Dad's book.

Get your copy today at Fiske's.  A great addition to your library.

 

Posted in Neighborhood, Marketplace.

Comments (3)

Great article and photos! Bill Tobin, nice job) Such celebrities in our little town. Ted Reinstein, Jack Harper.. I'm anxious to get the book! I know it will be wonderful. Congrats to Ted!

- Jean | 5/17/13 9:43 AM

What an awesome article! Wish I could have been there! I cannot wait to get my hands on this book beautiful Ted! Great big hugs, Mariaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :) PS Cannot believe how big the girls are!!!!! WOW!

- Maria Salomao-Schmidt | 5/17/13 8:39 AM

BIG "Thank You!" to Bill Tobin, Pejamajo, John P./Fiske's and all of our great friends and neighbors in Holliston who came out to share a special night with me and my family. But the book at Fiske's--then read it next-door over a coffee at Pejamajo's! And thanks again! -Ted Reinstein

- Ted Reinstein | 5/16/13 7:40 AM

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