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Eagle Scouts

Stephen D. Williams, Garrett T. Gipson, Robert A. Raine, and Tyler J. Hatch receiving their Eagle awards this afternoon at theUCC.


Holiday Stroll

Reportedly the largest Holiday Stroll crowd so far.

Selectman office hours tomorrow


Selectman Office Hours 12/1

Selectman Osler “Pete” Peterson holds regular monthly office hours at The Center on the first Friday of every month from 9:00 to 10:00 AM (his litigation schedule permitting).

Residents are welcome to stop by to talk in person about any town matters. Residents can also have coffee and see the Council on Aging in action (a vibrant organization with lots going on).

Peterson can be reached via 508-359-9190 or his blog about Medfield matters, where any schedule changes will be posted.

Medfield Garden Club Holiday Home Sale

MGC-Holiday Home Sale 2017

Hello friends and neighbors.


The Medfield Garden Club would like to invite you to the 2017 Holiday Home Sale, “Deck the Halls,” on Saturday, December 2 at the Unitarian Church, 26 North Street in Medfield from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The Holiday Home Sale is our biggest fundraiser and this year we’ve created a new fashion forward look for any home decor, inside or out. We’ll still have traditional tabletop and boxwood favorites, but we invite you to experience our beautiful custom wreaths, our welcoming porch and entryway designs and our imaginative arrangements in unusual containers and materials sure to please any decorating taste. 


Included in this email is a poster to share. Please tell everyone you know about our sale and please bring family and friends to our event. We want this “new” holiday sale to be a success so the Medfield Garden Club can continue to support its mission of conservation, community beautification and education. 


The Medfield Garden Club has an eight-five year history in Medfield. Community support has been the cornerstone of our viability as a non-profit and we thank you for that generous support.


In appreciation from the Medfield Garden Club and wishing you the best this holiday season,


Michele Feinsilver Hoye

President, Medfield Garden Club

Angel Run 12/3 – can still register online


MFi Angel Run

Registration is still open for the 12th MFi Angel Run which will take place on Sunday, December 3, 2017 starting at 12:30pm at Medfield High School. Please note this is a new start time.

Registration is available for $30.00 per person. Online registration closes on November 26, 2017 at Midnight. If you miss the online registration, you can register at the race on December 3 beginning at 11:00am in the Medfield High School cafeteria.

If you prefer to print and mail in your registration, you can download our registration form. Please be kind and print clearly. Mail-in forms must be received by November 25, 2017.

For anyone who hasn’t done the Angel Run in the past, this is usually a certified* 5K (see caveat below) with chip timing for the serious runner but it is also a fun-run and walk for anyone looking to enjoy the kick-off to the holiday season. From decorations all along the course to musicians and carolers to an amazing after-party, there’s something for everyone.

For up-to-date information, please Like Medfield Foundation on Facebook or Follow Medfield Foundation on Twitter. We look forward to seeing you in December at the Angel Run!

The Course

The Angel Run course is a USATF certified* 5K. Once again this year we will be offering chip timing to ensure accurate results for all participants. The race begins and ends at Medfield High School.

*Due to continued road construction on the Philip Street bridge, the 2017 course has been modified and is not USATF certified this year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If the bridge construction is completed prior to the race, we will revert back to the original certified course. The modified route is posted below.

5K Training Plan

Are you getting ready to do your first 5K or trying to improve your overall performance? Download this 5K training plan and you’ll be ready to go in time for the 2017 Angel Run.

5K Training Plan

Jingle All the Way!

Enjoy this great kick-off to the holiday season that is sure to get you in the spirit. Over 1,300 enthusiastic runners, walkers, and volunteers – many with sleigh bells on their sneakers and holiday costumes – descend on the festively decorated race course while enjoying entertainment by carolers, and each other as they jingle their way to the finish line!

The Angel Run is open to the public with all ages encouraged to participate. Run, walk, push your stroller, bring your leashed dog, or volunteer…and feel free to costume up for this festive family event!

Upon finishing the route you will receive your race times and are invited to join us at the finish line for a Post Race Party.

Be a Volunteer!

In order to be race day ready we need your help. More than 1,300 runners will descend on the course at noon on December 3rd and there is much to do to be prepared. Please consider signing up for a small task many of which do not conflict with participating in the event.

Want to get involved? Visit our Sign-Up Genius page to pick the volunteer role that’s perfect for you. All volunteers welcome!

Do You Love to Sing?

Then the Angel Run is looking for you!

We are looking for a Medfield middle school or high school student to sing the National Anthem at the beginning of our race on Sunday, 12/3 at 12:30pm. To be considered for this honor, please enter our Sing the National Anthem contest!

    • When:  Accepting entries now through 11/1
    • What: Videotape yourself singing the National Anthem a cappella. Entries will be accepted as a solo, duet or group.
    • How: Submissions are no longer being accepted. Thank you to everyone who entered. We will be notifying the winner shortly. Good luck to everyone.

ntries will be reviewed and a winner will be selected by the Angel Run Planning Committee. Winner will be notified by 11/27 and also announced on Facebook and Twitter. Download the Official Rules for more information.


In 2006 family and friends of Natasha Domeshek organized the Angel Run as an MFI Initiative in remembrance of their beloved third grader. Once the initial goals of the Angel Run were reached in 2012, the Medfield Foundation Board decided to continue the holiday tradition. Since then, the majority of the proceeds support town residents in need.


Thank you to our corporate sponsors to date!

Official Presenting Sponsor


Platinum Sponsor

Hometown Weekly logo

Gold Sponsors

Dunkin’ Donuts of Medfield and Westwood

Silver Sponsors

Acres of GreenMAP logo

L & MK Smith Foundation logo

Medfield Orthodontics

Friends of Medfield Foundation

  • Beginning Years
  • J&L Musto Construction Inc.
  • Thomas Family Dental
  • Dedham Savings
  • Marcus Partners
  • Michele Grondin Graphic Design
  • A&D Appliance Center
  • Wills Hardware
  • Noon Hill Grill
  • Starr and Glick Orthodontics
  • Medfield Veterinary Clinic
  • Blue Moon Bagel Café
  • Starbucks Coffee

Thank You Sponsors!

Be a part of the season of giving through the Medfield Foundation by participating as a corporate sponsor. Your business will receive great exposure on the backs of over 1,000 runner shirts. Thank you to those already sponsoring the 2017 event. To join as a sponsor contact us.


Veterans Day

Luminaries at Baxter Park for Veterans Day, thanks to the Legion and it’s Auxilliary.

Nice and meaningful event.

Arthritis likely after knee injuries

Here’s a story from The New York Times that I thought you would find interesting:

Limited research on the long-term effects of damage to connective tissue indicates that, no matter how young the patient, they have a 50 percent chance of developing arthritis within a decade.  This can be an issue of uncompensated damage in personal injury cases.

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The number of A.C.L. operations at 26 children’s hospitals in the United States has soared as more children and adolescents play sports that involve twisting the knee. Credit Mark Makela for The New York Times

When Jason Lalli tore his left anterior cruciate ligament at age 26, he thought he would be fine as soon as he had his knee repaired. As a soccer player who competed through college and then on recreational teams, he knew that A.C.L. injuries could be debilitating but also that orthopedists could fix them.

He figured that he would miss a season, but that he could play and coach the game he loved for the rest of his life.

Four years later, his knee began to ache, and the pain became more constant over time, nagging almost “like a toothache,” he said. Within about another year, Lalli’s doctor did more work on the knee and gave him bad news: He had arthritis.