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TOWN OF MEDFIELD MEETING NOTICE POSTED: TOWN CLERK ,U,ll ¥ t U iO ii:i OF MEDFIELD. MASS 2018 APR 20 A 10: 33 POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF M.G.L. CHAPTER 39 SECTION 23A AS AMENDED. OFF ICE OF THE Board of Selectmen TOWN CLERK Board or Committee PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME Town Hall Chenery Meeting Room Tuesday April 24, 2018 @7:00 PM AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Announcement Disclosure of Video Recording We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving in the Middle East and around the world Executive Session at close of meeting to discuss Collective Bargaining Citizen Comment Action Item Police Chief Meaney requests the Selectmen vote to appoint Police Officer Candidate Paul Treggiari to the Department Vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci sign letter regarding Application for the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Grant Program Vote to sign Memorandum of Understanding for the proposed project, Medfield Green LIP, developer John Kelly Vote Warrant Articles Town Administrator Update Selectmen Report Informational Copy of Town Counsel Cerel's letter regarding Rockwood Lane basketball hoop and backboard

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Janie Boylan – MFi Volunteer Award Nominee

Janie Boylan

Janie Boylan –

MFi Volunteer Award Nominee

Janie Boylan was nominated for recognition in the Medfield Foundation volunteer awards by Meghan Glenn.  This was Meghan’s wonderful description of all that Janie has accomplished:

Primary organization or initiative where she/he volunteers: MCPE

Other organizations where she/he volunteers: Girl Scouts, Medfield K-8 PTO (Winter Carnival), All Night Graduation Party

How many years has the nominee be donating her/his time? 7 years

Janie has never met a challenge that she was not willing to take on. While starting as a classroom volunteer, room parent, and chairperson of a PTO committee, Janie now serves as an active member of the Medfield Coalition for Public Education, Girl Scout and Daisy Scout Leader, and member of the All Night Graduation Party decorating Committee. (She is also the resident artist who sells lovely water colored cards and custom paintings of homes through out Medfield.) Besides being the MCPE graphic artist, Janie has completely revamped the web design for the Coalition, helped in setting up and running the online auctions, Spelling Bee, Trivia Nights, and will chair the 2018 Fall Ball. She will serve as the co-President next year. Janie also co-chaired the Winter Carnival Committee from 2013-2016. In addition to creating and maintaining a webpage for the carnival, Janie oversaw the organization and handling of the over 300 volunteers needed to run an event like the carnival. Likewise, she was pivotal in organizing all games and procuring toy donations from various businesses to use as prizes. In fact, from January to March for years her living room was taken over by boxes upon boxes of toys and prizes waiting to be won. Her tireless energy, commitment to work, limitless creativity and positive attitude is inspiring. As a leader to the Girl Scouts, Janie has created a town wide website as well as provided positive role modeling to groups of young Medfield girls for 6 years now. Currently, Janie has taken an active role in helping her 5th grade troop achieve a “Bronze Award” for their work in educating the town about pollinating bees. She has been instrumental in organizing such events as “Boo Bowling” and the annual Daddy daughter dance. Janie also lends her artistic abilities to the All Night Graduation Party committee and has helped create the fantastic decorations that grace the halls of the high school for our graduating seniors. In addition to all of her endeavors, Janie is also mother to three children in the Medfield School system and a wonderful and generous friend. She is very humble about all her contributions to our town and this is why I feel she should be recognized for her hard work!

 

The public is invited to the reception that will honor all the nominated volunteers at 3PM on Sunday April 8 at The Center.

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The Medfield Foundation volunteer awards are made possible through the generous sponsorship of Roche Bros. and Brothers Marketplace, as well as a contribution for Rockland Trust.

Pack 113 Blue and Gold Banquet

This evening Mike Marcucci and I represented the selectmen at Pack 113’s Blue and Gold Banquet. A large number of the cub scouts, twelve (pictured with their parents) are joining the twenty-three boy scouts in Troop 10.

Excellent food from Cutlets.

Read Across America

I got to read to Mrs. Scier’s first grade class yesterday morning at Memorial School as part of the Read Across America celebration of Dr, Seuss’ birthday.

To have me read, the children first have to vote on the right reading hat, and this year they chose the jester hat shown in the photo.

The cat in the hat card was made by the kids.

Fun morning.

Flu shots

Newton-Wellesley Hospital

 

FREE

Walk-In Flu Clinic

Tues. Feb. 27, 4-7 p.m.

Newton-Wellesley Hospital

East Lobby

2014 Washington St, Newton

 

Have you gotten your flu shot this season? Take advantage of this free walk-in flu clinic! Open to adults 18 or older. For more information, please visit NWH.org/flu or call 617-243-5900.

New Alert Water Main Break Near 18 Snyder Road For www.town.medfield.net

Medfield emergency alert follows. Sign up to get these at town website.

February 08, 2018 02:56 PM

Water Main Break Near 18 Snyder Road

Water Main Break near 18 Snyder Rd. Water shut off in area. Water quality may diminish and/or be shut off entirely at times during the repair. When repair is… Read on
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Congratulations to MCPE (& thanks to Middlesex Savings Bank)

MCPE is excited to announce that we have been chosen by

Middlesex Savings Bank 
as one of 24 local educational foundations to
receive a generous donation of
$50,000!
A huge heartfelt thank you to Middlesex Savings Bank for their support and recognition!
 
Read more about their $1.2 million donation here!
 
Please visit www.medfieldcoalition.org to learn about our foundation and the educational grants we fund to all five of Medfield’s public schools.

MCPE’s Treasured Experiences Auction is happening now!
Click here to bid on over 170 priceless experiences generously donated by Medfield K-12 teachers, administrators, and community members.
Act quickly! This online auction ends on Friday, February 2nd! Bid Now!