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     H AIL                                                         TO THE                                                                                 G RADS



                                                                                                                                                                                                          Kristina Reardon photo
                                                                                         Bagpiper Gerald Newell leads the Douglas High School class of 2010 procession to the school’s athletic fields.




                                                                                           DHS celebrates two generations
                                                                                                  BY KRISTINA REARDON                    “We have the unique honor of hav-             was housed at its current location on
                                                                                                    TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                                                                                                       ing two ends of the spectrum: two               Davis Street, Anna Madigar Resan
                                                               Thomas Mattson photo        DOUGLAS — As the class of 2010              members of the Douglas High                     and Nancy Vecchione Colonero col-
   Gold Medalists included (first row, from left) Andrea Monterotti, Cassandra           processed in last Friday night, two           School class of 1935, and 86 members            lected their diplomas in the midst of
   McGrath and Toni Ambrogio; (second row, from left) Danyelle Doldoorian,               honored guests were watching from             of the class of 2010,” said Nancy               the Great Depression, a time full of
   Gina Halabi and Meagan Fleming; (third row, from left) Megan Brochu,                  the front row — and reminiscing               Lane, superintendent of Douglas                                               ,
                                                                                                                                                                                       challenges, not unlike today Lane
   Rachel Vera amd Caitlyn Labonte; (fourth row, from left) Jarrett Weaner,              about their own graduations from              Public Schools.
   Nicholas Ducey and David Leon.                                                        Douglas High School 75 years ago.               Long before Douglas High School                               Turn To DHS page A15




   NHS sends off 160 UHS class speaks out on future
           BY THOMAS MATTSON                                                                                                                                                                  BY KRISTINA REARDON
            TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER                                                                                                                                                               TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                  SEE VALLEY TECH
      NORTHBRIDGE — Anyone                                                                                                                                                             UXBRIDGE — With two votes for a
   who doubts progress in human                 GRADUATION, PAGE A16                                                                                                                new high school looming near, the
   affairs should reflect on two                                                                                                                                                    103 members of the class of 2010
   facts.                                    Circumstance,” by Elgar, fol-                                                                                                          gathered the morning of June 5 to
      First, the song “Sing Ye for           lowed by Francis Scott Key’s                                                                                                           celebrate graduation — and didn’t
   Northbridge,” to the music of             “The Star-Spangled Banner.”                                                                                                            hesitate to share their opinions
   Gounod, doesn’t scan. It was                There was no quick and per-                                                                                                          about the current school building.
   written about a century ago and           fect digital recording, like a                                                                                                            “Students and teachers to this day
   is so full of good will, hope and         plastic-wrapped line of vegeta-                                                                                                        still don’t have the educational facil-
   appreciation of life one should           bles.                                                                                                                                  ities they deserve,” said graduate
   not cavil about a mere matter of            The band was for real and the                                                                                                        Katelyn O’Neil, who was forced to
   tongue-twisting lines.                    music was, too.                                                                                                                        pause her speech as the audience
      The second fact.                         And if one of the 160 gradu-                                                                                                         erupted in spontaneous applause.
      The Northbridge High School            ates — James Tabur — gained                                                                                                               When reminiscing about her
   Concert Band was as good as a             an appointment to the U.S.                                                                                                             memories of entering the high
   green grocer. It was for real             Military Academy and will                                                                                                              school four years ago, she joked: “A
   when the talented group of                come out an officer, another was                                                                                                       building built in the time of
   musicians under the direction             a kid named Dylan Ferreira,                                                                                      Milanka Reardon photo Roosevelt didn’t scare us away .”
   of James Verdone played “God              who sings in the A Cappella                                                                                                               She went on to praise the accom-
   Bless America” and “Pomp and                                                          UHS graduates wave to their parents and friends, at the suggestion of Superintendent George
                                                            Turn To NHS page A13         Zini, who asked them to stand and acknowledge those who helped them along the way.                           Turn To UHS page A14




Callahan, Peterson to run again New government to
             BY ANDY LEVIN
           TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                take hold next month
  REGION — A pair of the Valley’s
veteran lawmakers will seek reelec-                                                                                                                   BY THOMAS MATTSON                   Guzinski      noted     the     Town
tion this fall.                                                                                                                                        TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                                                                                                                                                          Government Study Committee was
  Rep. Jennifer Callahan, D-Sutton,                                                                                                                                                       formed about 10 years ago. In effect,
                                                                                                                                              DOUGLAS — Nobody really
and Rep. George Peterson, Jr., R-                                                                                                                                                         the Legislature’s approval of local
                                                                                                                                            knows how this town’s newly
Grafton, both announced last week                                                                                                                                                         governmental alterations grew out
                                                                                                                                            streamlined government is going to
they would be candidates in the Nov.                                                                                                                                                      of recommendations by that study
                                                                                                                                            work.
2 general election.                                                                                                                                                                       committee.
                                                                                                                                              But signs point toward a general
  Callahan’s 18th Worcester District                                                                                                                                                        The Board of Selectmen is still
                                                                                                                                            satisfaction, at least on the Board of
is comprised of precincts in Sutton                                                                                                                                                       the chief executive office and policy-
                                                                                                                                            Selectmen.
and Uxbridge as well as the towns of                                                                                                                                                      making board for the town. The
                                                                                                                                              The Legislature has voted to
Blackstone,       Millville     and                                                                                                                                                       selectmen will continue to exercise
                                                                                                                                            approve establishment of a town
Bellingham.       Peterson’s     9th                                                                                                                                                      “all the powers and duties vested in
                                                                                                                                            administrator and a municipal
Worcester District includes Grafton,                                                                                                                                                      boards of selectmen under the
                                                                                                                                            Finance Department. Douglas vot-
Northbridge, Upton and precincts in                                                                                                                                                       General Laws or by vote of the
                                                                                                                                            ers agreed to the act at the May 11
Westborough.                                                                                                                                                                              town…”
                                                                                                                                            election. It will go into effect July 11.
  Callahan, seeking her fifth term                                                                                                                                                          Where things change is in regard
                                                                                                                                              Reviewing the new format at a
on Beacon Hill, is being challenged
                                                                                                                                            recent       selectmen’s       meeting,
                   Turn To RUN page A10                    Jennifer Callahan                                                                Executive Administrator Michael                           Turn To GOVERN page A17
                                                                                                           George Peterson




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 Retiring custodian well received                                                                                                                                                                                    TRIBUNE
              BY THOMAS MATTSON
               TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                      He has held a lot of different jobs over the
                                                    years, including that of a crane operator at a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ALMANAC
   NORTHBRIDGE — There was a lot of clap-           Rhode Island shipyard during a stint in the
ping and congratulations that wafted over the       Navy in the Vietnam War era from 1963 to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 QUOTATION       OF THE    WEEK
heads of seniors and their families at the June     1967.
2 Class Day awards assembly in the                    As a volunteer firefighter in the 1960s and
Northbridge High School Veterans Field              1970s he remembers all too well the huge fires
House.                                              at the Crown & Eagle Mills in North Uxbridge                                                                                                              “Whether it was by making us
   But one roar was deafening.                      in 1975 and at a mill in Millville around that                                                                                                           more knowledgeable about the
   And that came when everybody stood to            time.                                                                                                                                                    world around us, by helping us
cheer for a slender, white-haired man who has         Once it was so cold at a fire, he said, his air                                                                                                        build time management or crit-
been around Northbridge schools 15 years.           mask froze.
   Richard Demrest, a 64-year-old school custo-       In his tribute to Demrest, Halacy noted the                                                                                                            ical thinking skills, by helping
dian and ex-Uxbridge volunteer firefighter          honoree had “always gone above and beyond                                                                                                                 us find our passion in life, or
who will retire in December, stood in the sec-      in all aspects of his job.”                                                                                                                                by giving us a helping hand,
ond row of a group of teachers and award pre-                                   ,”
                                                      “No matter how busy Halacy said, “Mr.
senters taking it in and looking at the students    Demrest always has time to help out anyone in
                                                                                                                                                                                                              they helped prepare us for the
as if the cheers must be for someone else.          need, whether it is a staff member or a stu-                                                                                                                       real world.”
   The father of five and grandfather of eight,     dent.
Demrest drew an ovation that seemed to go on          “Many students over the years have worked                                                                                                              —Valedictorian Danyelle Doldoorian, on
and on, echoing off the walls of the mammoth        for the custodial department during the sum-                                                                                                               the Northbridge High School staff.
field house.                                        mer months and although it was not [always]
   “I’ve known him since I was on the               possible [to arrange, most requested to work
Uxbridge Fire Department,” said fellow custo-       side by side with Mr. Demrest.”
dian Jim Lesiak. “He’s one of the nicest guys         Over the years, Halacy noted, Demrest has
you’ll ever meet. He’d give you the shirt off his   volunteered his time at events such as a foot-                                                                                                                        THE STATS
back.”                                              ball awards banquet, working at these events                                                 Thomas Mattson photo
   Demrest has not had an easy life.                but forgoing his salary .                                         Richard Demrest taking a break.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Major Ancestry Groups (%) Reported by
   “I was widowed 15 years ago,” he said.             “Mr. Demrest does a lot of things behind the                                                                                                           Residents
   Now he lives by himself in North Uxbridge.       scenes that have allowed the high school to                                                                                                                                               German
   A couple of weeks ago, Paul Halacy director
                                       ,            run smoothly on a daily basis,” Halacy lauded.           “I worked on my own car till about two                                                          Auburn ——————————————4
of Buildings and Grounds for the Northbridge        “A lot of these things people just take for            years ago,” he said.                                                                              Brimfield —————————————8
schools, invited all 15 of the school district’s    granted because they were always done.”                  The whole thing is getting too complicated,                                                     Brookfield—————————————6
custodians to the high school library  .              Demrest attended Nipmuc Regional High                he implied.                                                                                       Charlton —————————————5
   There he read the tribute to Richard             School in Upton, then worked three years at              “In the old days,” he reflected, “I used to do                                                  Douglas ——————————————4
Demrest he had written and students put in          Kartiganer’s Upton Hat Shop, one of the                all the repairs.”                                                                                 Dudley ——————————————5
the class of 2010 yearbook.                         biggest businesses of its kind anywhere. It              That included fixing engines.                                                                   Holland ——————————————6
   Senior Rachel Vera read the tribute at the       specialized in women’s hats.                             Demrest has worked for several auto dealers                                                     Leicester —————————————4
exercises. When she finished, she turned to           “The packers and trimmers were mostly                checking out cars before they were delivered                                                      Northbridge ————————————4
look right at Demrest to let him know the           women,” he said.                                       to customers.                                                                                     Oxford ——————————————5
words were not just everyday but meant with
                               ,                      In the Navy he was a crane operator at the
                                                                   ,                                                          ,
                                                                                                             Not surprisingly he likes to watch NASCAR                                                       Southbridge ——————————— 3
affection and respect.                              shipyards in Davisville, R.I., where a dry dock        races.                                                                                            Spencer ——————————————4
   Demrest is a self-confessed fan of               allowed workers access for repairs to the                Halacy said Demrest “will be greatly missed                                                     Sturbridge ————————————8
Northbridge sports, especially of football, bas-    ships.                                                 by all of the students, staff and especially his                                                  Uxbridge —————————————4
ketball and baseball.                                 One of his big interests has been fixing cars.       fellow custodians each and every day “after he                                                    Wales ———————————————9
                                                                                                           retires in December.                                                                              Webster ——————————————5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  * Information as of 2000 U.S. Census

                                                                               • Certain additions to the no parking restrictions will apply to the
Parking restricted for Uxbridge STM                                          western side of Oak Street between Cross and Douglas streets.
                                                                               • Certain parking restrictions on Warsaw Street will be lifted for that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SUNRISE/SUNSET
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sat., June 12 —5:12 a.m.——— 8:24 p.m.
  UXBRIDGE — Police have issued several parking restrictions for the         day only.                                                                                                                       Sun., June13 —5:12 a.m. ———8:25 p.m.
June 19 Special Town Meeting at Uxbridge High School.                          Cooperation in this matter by the citizens of Uxbridge will be great-                                                         Mon., June 14 —5:12 a.m. ———8:25 p.m.
  • No parking on the east side of Capron Street.                            ly appreciated so as to allow for emergency access for police, fire and                                                         Tue., June15 —5:12 a.m. ———8:26 p.m.
  • No parking on the south side of Cross Street between Capron and          EMS and to help reduce traffic gridlock, before during and after the                                                            Wed., June 16 —5:12 a.m. ———8:26 p.m.
Oak streets.                                                                 event.                                                                                                                          Thur., June 17 —5:12 a.m. ———8:26 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Fri., May 18 ——5:12 a.m———8:27 p.m.

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Eagle-to-be crafting Municipal Center sign
              BY THOMAS MATTSON                          an office that moves could be
               TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                         removed and replaced with
   DOUGLAS — Jeffrey Talbot Jr., a 15-year-              the name of a new office, if
old sophomore at Blackstone Valley Regional
Vocational Technical High School in Upton, is
designing and building a sign for the lawn in
                                                         need be.
                                                            Talbot said he plans a
                                                         fundraiser and hopes for
                                                                                                                                                                      A CCURACY
front of the Municipal Center on Depot Street.
   It is an Eagle Scout project.
   Talbot presented selectmen with several
                                                         donations, too. He is also con-
                                                         sidering holding a car wash at
                                                         the fire station.
                                                                                                                                                                        WATCH
ideas June 1 for what the sign might look like.             Talbot estimated each gran-
   Board members expressed enthusiasm for                ite post of the kind he would                                                                              The Blackstone Valley Tribune
the project and suggested they ponder it for             need would cost about $300.                                                                              is committed to accuracy in all
two weeks before giving Talbot a consensus                  Selectman Jeffrey LaPorte
                                                         asked about the possibility of
                                                                                                                                                                  its news reports. Although
on what materials and other aspects of the
sign they favor.                                         having space on a sign to                                                                                numerous safeguards are in
   “I hope to have it put up by October,” Talbot         advertise town meetings and                                                                              place to ensure accurate report-
said.                                                    other events.                                                                                            ing, mistakes can occur.
   Talbot rolled out some photos of signs in                “That’s an issue we’ve got to
front of area town halls.                                address,” said Hughes. “It’s                                                                             Confirmed fact errors will be
   “I’m impressed,” said Michael Hughes,                 potentially a separate issue.”                                                                           corrected at the top right hand
newly re-elected board chairman.                            Executive Administrator                                                                               corner of page A3 in a timely
   “It’s great,” agreed Selectman Paula                  Michael Guzinski spoke of a
Brouillette.                                             glass-enclosed informational
                                                                                                                                                                  manner.
   Selectman Mitchell Cohen asked, “whether              bulletin board Town Clerk                                                                                  If you find a mistake, call
we want to include on the sign other offices in          Christine Furno has pur-                                                                                 (508) 234-2107 during normal
the building, like the police.”                          chased. The 6-by-4-foot bul-                                                                             business hours. During non-
   “I’ll use a computerized machine to cut out           letin board will be placed near
letters on the sign,” Talbot said.                       the ramp leading to the town                                                                             business hours, leave a message
   He noted he would look for help from Gary             clerk’s office. Furno said June                                                                          in the editor’s voice mailbox.
Carter in that regard. He said Carter is expe-           3 she had just purchased the                                                                               The editor will return your
rienced at computerized lettering.                       bulletin board with two glass
   Hughes asked Talbot whether it would be               doors. The cost was about                                                                                phone call.
difficult to include the fact that the Early             $1,125, she said.
Childhood Center and the police department                  Furno said she expects to
are in the same building, a brick structure              receive it and put it up this
originally put up as a high school.                      summer.                                                                           Thomas Mattson photo
   “It could be done, but all the letters would             She explained a new state Jeffrey Talbot Jr. is creating a sign for the Municipal Center as part of
have a reduced size if it had more words on              law requires an outdoors his Eagle Scout project.
it,” Talbot explained.                                   notice of meetings. The town
   A woman suggested Jeff needed to know                 clerk has traditionally main-                     next 15 years.”
whether the board prefers brick or wood. In              tained an interior bulletin board and will con-     Cohen suggested Jeff talk with Patrick
fact, they leaned toward granite posts on                tinue to do so.                                   Colonero, the town’s supervisor of buildings
either side of a sign. The woman said that if a             Selectman Timothy Bonin noted the need and grounds, about the sign’s color scheme,
new police station is built, for example, that           for the town to maintain the proposed among other things.
would make the sign obsolete.                            Municipal Center sign. Hughes agreed, jest-         Jeffrey Talbot Jr. is concentrating in
   At that point, Cohen suggested a segmented            ing that “we can’t expect him (15-year-old Jeff machinery and welding at Valley Tech.
sign. With that, a segment bearing the name of           Talbott), to provide upkeep for the sign for the


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Community Concerts
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                                                        Millville, Hopedale, Douglas and Northbridge
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  REGION — UniBank is proud to announce                 Cultural Councils, local agencies supported
a series of Community Concerts sponsored by             by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
the bank that are held throughout the
Blackstone Valley and Central Massachusetts.
The events are free to the public.
  • Sunday, June 27, at 3:30 p.m. The
Blackstone Valley Community Concert Band
                                                          Uxbridge Library Events
will be performing at River Bend Farm in                                               ,
                                                          • Diabetes Mellitus, Tuesday June 22, 6:30
Uxbridge.                                               p.m.
  • Wednesday, June 30, at 7 p.m. The                     Dr Charles Lutton: Find out the latest infor-
Blackstone Valley Community Concert Band                mation on treatment, exercise and diet
will be performing at Hopedale Town Park.
The rain date for this event is July 1.                    • Genealogy & Family History Workshops:
  • Saturday July 10, at 6 p.m. The Claflin Hill
             ,                                                         ,
                                                        Every Saturday 10 a.m. to noon. Mike Potaski:
Symphony Orchestra will be performing at                For novice and experienced researchers, join
Daniel’s Farmstead in Blackstone. Grounds               us for an exchange of information on creating
open at 4 p.m. for an evening of patriotic cele-        a family history!
bration, food and other festivities.
  • Wednesday, July 14, at 7 p.m. The                      Unless otherwise indicated, all programs
Blackstone Valley Community Concert Band                will be held in the main reading room of the
will be performing at the Second                        library; free of charge and all are welcome!
Congregational Church in Douglas. The rain                 Please RSVP so we have enough seating. All
date for this event is July 15.                         programs are free and open to the public.
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                                                                     OPINION  Opinion and commentary from the Blackstone Valley and beyond

     CHILINSKI                                              LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
     PRESIDENT &
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                               EDITOR


                                                     ‘Accreditation’ doesn’t mean education
                                                                                                                                                            Heroes
         EDITORIAL                          To the Editor:                                       and they do not want pay to be based on per-

                                                                                                                                                      N
                                                                                                                                                                o matter how many times we see
                                               Several friends have called my attention to a     formance.                                                      “Rocky,” there are new things to pick
                                            letter published in the Blackstone Valley               To emphasize the point, President Obama                     up on.

       Just say                             Tribune by Ryan Normandin, a recent
                                            Uxbridge High graduate.
                                               Mr. Normandin, in his appeal to voters to
                                            approve the building of a new high school
                                                                                                 has made millions of dollars available to aug-
                                                                                                 ment teachers’ pay — on the condition the pay
                                                                                                 be performance based. Almost every teachers
                                                                                                 union said “No!”
                                                                                                                                                         Last night I noticed for the first time that
                                                                                                                                                      Rocky Balboa lectured a 12-year-old girl who
                                                                                                                                                      was hanging out with boys on a Philadelphia
                                                                                                                                                      street corner. He gave her a sermon while he
                                            asserts: “One of the primary reasons that new           The people who run schools want nice new

      ‘Yes’ to a
                                                                                                                                                      escorted her about a block or so home. This
                                            construction is so necessary is the accredita-       buildings; it is the job of their union, NEASC,      was the same Rocky who could say “Moo” to
                                            tion of Uxbridge High School.”                       to help them get what they want.                     a cow’s carcass in the meat locker where his
                                               My friends have expressed surprise that any-         I told my friends that they should not be sur-    brother-in-law worked and where he scared
                                            one can still believe that “accreditation” by the    prised that Mr. Normandin and others believe         Apollo Creed’s trainer with his vicious pum-

      new UHS                               New England Association of Schools and
                                            Collages has anything to do with education.
                                            The standards listed on its Website are devoid
                                            of any standard of educational achievement.
                                                                                                 that accreditation has some connection with
                                                                                                 education. A belief need not be based on any-
                                                                                                 thing, nor need it be logical.
                                                                                                    At last count, there are 20,000 members of the
                                                                                                                                                      meling of a side of beef, all captured by a
                                                                                                                                                      local television station. The same Rocky who
                                                                                                                                                      told Adrian how he had got rid of a little
                                                                                                                                                      “mountain”
                                               A quick Google check of the 10 worst per-                              .”
                                                                                                 Flat Earth Society There are people who do
                                                                                                                                                      for pet turtles
                                            forming schools in Massachusetts will show           not believe that men went to the moon. Every


B
       uild it now, or pay more later.      that eight are fully accredited. Surely everyone     few years thousands of people go to some
                                                                                                                                                      because       the
       Uxbridge residents should            has heard of the situation of Central Falls High     mountaintop expecting to be picked up by a fly-
                                                                                                                                                      turtles      kept                  M   USINGS
                                                                                                                                                      reaching the
       keep this in mind when they          School, a school so bad that ALL of the teachers     ing saucer as the earth is destroyed. There is an
                                                                                                                                                      top and falling
                                            have been fired. Central Falls High School is        old saying: “Though 50,000 do a foolish thing, it
head to Town Meeting June 19 and            fully accredited!                                    is STILL a foolish thing.” NEASC accreditation       off.
                                                                                                                                                         The actual                         THOMAS
then to the polls three days later.            No one should be surprised that the worst         is a foolish thing. As for me, I rate schools on
                                            school in Rhode Island is accredited; after all,     how well they educate children.                      fight        with                    MATTSON
  At stake, of course, is whether the                                                                                                                 Creed is of
                                            NEASC is a union. The Uxbridge Teachers                 Uxbridge voters will soon decide on the ques-
town will build a new high school to        Association is the teachers union. The               tion of a new school. At the poling booth, each      course        the
replace a 74-year-old building that         Uxbridge Police Association is the police            person will decide for himself or herself what       inevitable climax of the film, but what pre-
                                            union. No union anywhere wants its members           they want to believe and will vote accordingly  .    cedes it is much rarer.
even a casual observer can discern                                                                                                                       I could never quite figure out how it was
                                            held to a standard of performance. The job of
is unsuitable for the here and now —        every union is to help its members get what                                   PETER BAGHDASARIAN          that movie had such an impact on my older
as well as for the future.                  they want; teachers and police want more pay                                                              son. Then I realized he was about 11 when
                                                                                                                                    UXBRIDGE          the movie came out. Stallone was a real hero
  The economy is indeed terrible                                                                                                                      to him. So he went in for running and body-
and building a $43 million high
school would substantially increase
                                                                         Think before voting                                                          building — not a characteristic of our fami-
                                                                                                                                                      ly.
                                                                                                                                                         There was a gymnast back a couple of gen-
property taxes, even with the state         To the Editor:                                       build, to renew, or to do nothing.
                                                                                                                                                      erations, but my father and I never ran or
                                               I know of no one who would not like a new           I understood that the School Building
paying for slightly more than half          high school and I know of no one who does not        Committee was to assess and to recommend,            did much in lifting weights. Although he did
the construction costs. That said, we       feel the need to update all of our present           and the voters’ decision would be passed on to       hang around a gym in his teens learning to
                                            schools… but we still have no money  .               the MSBA. As it is, a few elected and appointed      box.
repeat the aforementioned mantra:                                                                                                                        Rocky was to my son what Superman or
                                               However, the updating, with state aid, in my      officials made this very important and expen-
Build it now, or pay more later.            opinion would seem less painful financially and      sive decision.                                       the Lone Ranger was to me. Except my son’s
  Indeed, Uxbridge had a chance to          give us the greater bang for our buck.                 Please attend the Town Meeting and express         admiration was based on his impressions of
                                               Every year students are graduating from           your views. Please vote at the polls. Please think   a real person, if one construed by
build a new school almost a decade          Uxbridge High School and many are graduating         before voting.                                       Hollywood. My heroes were pure fantasy     .
ago, at a lower cost and with signifi-      from college and I know of none who were               The teachers and the curriculums educate              About as far as I got in the emulation of
                                            turned away from anything because “they grad-        the children. The building only protects them        my heroes was to put on a cape once and
cantly more state reimbursement.            uated from Uxbridge High School.”                    from the outside elements.                           jump down half a flight of cellar stairs at a
That school building project would             We’ll soon be asked to vote whether to build a
                                                                                                                                                                                               .
                                                                                                                                                      friend’s in the expectation I would fly That
have been well on the way to coming         new high school The MSBA never said we had                                            MERLE LALOR
                                            to build a new school in order to qualify for                                                             was when I was about six. My faith went un-
off the books in the not-so-distant                                                                                                  UXBRIDGE         rewarded. Like Icarus, I came down with a
                                            financial aid; we should be given the option to
                                                                                                                                                      thump.
future, but local politics usurped the                                                                                                                   But I survived.
community’s right to vote on the
matter.
                                                            Do we really need a new school?                                                              My son got to a point where he tried out for
                                                                                                                                                      an Olympic bobsled team. He knew the cap-
  This time, however, residents will                                                                                                                  tain. They all worked out at Northeastern.
                                            To the Editor:                                       attacked certain selectmen for their opinion;        He was one of the last to be cut. In any case,
have their say. We encourage them to           I write in response to many of the proponents     whose views are both accurate and correct. The       the bobsled team turned out to be a bust in
                                            of the new high school building. Several of the      fact remains that most of the proponents of the
do what is right for the future of the      letters to the editor either cannot separate the     new high school have school-aged children and
                                                                                                                                                      the Olympics.
town, even if it means making a                                                                                                                          Revering the Lone Ranger never led to my
                                            issues, or they choose to mix them in a deliber-     are newcomers to town. The common thread to
                                            ate attempt to confuse or persuade the reader to     their letters is “my property value,” an indica-
                                                                                                                                                      wanting to ride a horse. Of course, pearl-
financial sacrifice. The present                                                                                                                      handled pistols were in. But it must have
                                            their point of view.                                 tion that they would like to get their children
building may be suitable for use as a          Regarding the issue of a new school or refur-     through school, get the property values up, and      been fantasy to me because I never devel-
middle school, but in today’s ultra         bishing the old school: Is it not true that the      sell their house and get out of town.                oped any interest in guns, even though I
                                            Commonwealth recommends refurbishing the                 The accreditation issue and the school con-      drilled with a rifle every day for seven years
competitive academic and workforce          old school? As a matter of dollars and sense,        struction issue are separate and distinct. If a      at a military school and won a school-wide
environments it is unfair to place          wouldn’t this seem logical, since the state would    student wishes to learn and succeed and pass         competition in manual of arms as judged by
the town’s future high school stu-          reimburse a smaller amount, that is a given per-     the dreaded MCAS tests, he or she will do so         visiting Marines.
                                            centage of a smaller amount, approximately $19       whether they attend a new school or a refur-            Then I led our Crack Squad (referred to by
dents at such a disadvantage. The           million.                                             bished one, the choice is his or hers. In fact, it   my peers as “Cracked Squad”) in something
building is in rough shape, to say the         The new school option is nearly $21 million,      would be interesting to check the test score after   called Queen Anne’s Drill — a five-minute,
                                            so one would wonder why the state would wish         the voters make their choice.                        silent performance of precision steps and
least, and lacks critical essentials        to reimburse a larger amount in these tough             Lastly comes the question of the infrastruc-      whirling muskets.
for 21st century high school educa-         economic times.                                      ture improvements needed to support a new
                                                                                                                                                         In World War II, my heroes were real peo-
                                               The guest columnist wishes to avoid the issue     school in south Uxbridge. Do we have to pay to
tion. In our mind, this moral argu-         of the economy there is no free lunch, the
                                                              ,                                  connect to the electric grid, even though there      ple — Patton and MacArthur and Admiral
ment trumps any economic case               money for reimbursement comes from “some-            are high lines nearby? Do we have to pay to tie              .
                                                                                                                                                      Halsey They were, to me, unblemished. In
                                            where else,” and frankly most people don’t give
                                                                      ,                          into the existing gas main on Quaker Highway?        later years, I still thought Patton and Halsey
made against the building project by                                                                                                                  were the real thing. MacArthur, though bril-
                                            a damn where as long as they get theirs from the     Do we have to pay to tie into the wastewater
its opponents.                              state. The real truth is that the money comes        facility? Where do we get town water? Are we         liant, seemed consumed with himself.
  We agree with the plan’s critics          from some other poor working schmuck, like           going to have to drill new wells or are we going        I was impressed with General Matthew
                                            you or I, and it’s his and her tax dollars that go   to extend water mains to the new facility? Does      Ridgeway in the Korean War, but by then I
that teachers — not a building — are        to Boston, have a portion skimmed by advisors,       anyone think of the added costs, or were this        was out of childhood. He did remind me of a
the most critical element of educa-         accountants, and politicians, and the measly         rolled over into the state money? What happens       former Army major named Gervais who ran
                                            remains are what we get. If any taxpayer             if the recession deepens, there will be fewer tax-   our school’s military program. Gervais had
tion. But if one thinks that concept        believes otherwise, they are both in denial of       payers paying an increased tax burden, more          a jaw Dick Tracy would have envied. He was
through, the case to build now grows        history and delusional.                              foreclosures, and the cycle may continue.            a kind man who encouraged eighth and
even stronger: What highly qualified           I should mention that there are strings              Do we need a new high school or do we need        ninth graders on the football field. Somehow
                                            attached to such dollars, like the accreditations    to have the old school refurbished? That will be
teacher would want to work in a                                                                                                                       we all vaguely knew about his war record,
                                            we keep hearing about, and one of the strings        the question, please think before you vote.
                                                                                                                                                      mostly in France. He seemed preoccupied
dilapidated high school that is tee-        attached to getting the “free cash” from the
                                                                                                                                                      with something I took to be a prayer he
                                            state.                                                                                    JON WHITE
tering on the verge of losing its              For this, the guest columnist and others have                                                          might be saying to himself before he spoke
                                                                                                                                       UXBRIDGE       to any kid, perhaps forbidding himself ever
accreditation?
                                                                                                                                                      to be harsh, something that would have been
  Additionally, a key point made by
advocates of the building project —                          Disagrees with editor, Guanipa                                                           understandable after what he had been
                                                                                                                                                      through. His eyes narrowed and twinkled.
that millions of School Choice dol-         To the Editor:                                       upon) issued a subsequent statement address-         The playful eyes made smiles unnecessary,
                                               In May 28’s Blackstone Valley Tribune, the        ing the incident and thanking the Capitol police     for there remained something stern and
lars would return to the district           editor’s response to Rick Williams’ letter agreed    officer who escorted his party to safety and dif-    other-place about him. We all worshipped
upon the new school’s opening —             that the paper’s job is “to give its readers unbi-   fused the situation.                                 him. He died at 44. The whole school went to
rings loud and true.                        ased but thought provoking ideas with facts            Mr. Guanipa also writes that it is the “so         his funeral.
                                            behind them.”                                        called progressives, and those influenced by            Our class president, who later became a
  One final point: If Uxbridge does-           Yet on the facing page The Tribune prints         their ideology, which have traditionally             doctor and specialized in oncology, had rid-
n’t approve the project later this          columnist Miguel Guanipa’s ridiculous claim          employed violence as a vehicle towards social        den to school every day with Major Gervais.
                                            that, “Despite any shred of evidence, the media                                 ,
                                                                                                 change.” On the contrary to cite just one recent
month, it will still eventually have to     persisted in peddling a story for weeks, which       example, CNN, The Washington Post and others
                                                                                                                                                      One day he came with tears in his eyes.
build a new high school at some                                                                                                                          When I was an eighth-grader, Gervais
                                            alleged that a peaceful assembly of Tea Party        reported on Restore the Constitution and gun
                                            activists had repeatedly hurled racial epithets      rights rallies held April 19 in Washington, D.C.     tried to make a guard out of me in football. I
point — without any state funding.                                                                                                                    had been quarterback of a younger-weight-
                                            at some black lawmakers [upon the passing of         and also in Alexandria, Va. where protesters
  That is the most effective econom-        healthcare reform legislation].”                     came armed with weapons strapped to their            class team the year before, and I really strug-
ic argument to be made in favor of             All major news networks reported numerous         bodies because it is legal to openly carry           gled with the notion of being an interior
                                            instances of threats, violence and harassment        weapons in Virginia. CNN reports that signs in       lineman. But what made it okay was that
building a new Uxbridge High                of Democratic lawmakers the week of March            the crowd pointed to the role of government          Gervais thought I could do that, or perhaps
School — now.                               21, in direct response to the healthcare reform      with one reading, “My rights come from God,          he lacked any confidence in my backfield
                                            vote. CNN reported on March 25, “...months of        not from the government.” The Virginia Oath          skills at a higher age level. Nevertheless, he
                                            debate on the historic health care bill culminat-    Keepers group (organizing the Virginia rally)        made it seem like an adventure.
                                            ed in unruly protests by the Tea Party move-         pledges that its allegiance is to the Constitution      Although I hated the position, the fact
                                            ment at the Capitol over the weekend. Three          and not the president.                               Major Gervais put me there intrigued me.
                                            African-American House Democrats, including            I sincerely wonder how long a group of hun-           I tried at it for his sake, although I knew
                                            civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis of Georgia,      dreds of armed black or Muslim men openly            even then I had no future as a guard. We had
                                            reported protesters shouted racial slurs at them     brandishing weapons and waving threats to the
                                            and spit at one of them.” On March 25, The New       president, anti-patriotic (terrorist?) signs would   only 90 boys in our high school and I wound
                                            York Times’ news coverage on the story listed        have been allowed to congregate in Virginia          up three years later as a 5-10, 130-pound
                                            over 10 lawmakers who reported damage to             that day?                                            offensive and defensive end with the
                                            their (or their family members’) offices or                                                               Jayvees.
                                            homes, other harassment or who received                                           CAROL BEDROSIAN            What I needed was the Lone Ranger’s
                                            threats of violence in response to their health-                                                          Great Horse Silver.
                                                                                                                                     UXBRIDGE
                                            care vote. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (who was spit
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                                                                OPINION
                                  He’s not just a member, he’s president
P
        resident Obama, welcome                                                   Glenn Becks of the world.                dition of swaying with the wind.         the president’s failings, they don’t
        to the club.                                                              No, we’re talking average, everyday      He ran as the human antidote to          defend him, but they don’t join in
        Whether you like it or not,                            BIRD’S             Americans who are starting to fig-       insider politics, but look at the        on the dissection, either. Instead,
        you are now a card-carry-                                                 ure things out. They’re starting to      health care vote. Within days of         they go on rants about Bush and
ing member, try as you might to pin                            NEST               understand, for example, that it’s       seeing his reform passed, Obama          Cheney and corporate America.
the blame for the BP oil spill on                                                 not a good thing when your own           adopted Palin’s mantra of “drill,          The BP fiasco has only further
your predecessor.                                                                 president throws an entire state         baby.” Then, when the BP spill           chipped away at the carefully con-
                                                               WALTER
  Yes, the president is now a mem-                                                government under the bus, as             occurred — and after much delay          structed façade of a golden child.
ber of an exclusive club whose                                 BIRD JR.           Obama has done with Arizona.             — he called for a postponement of        What is revealed is the hypocrisy
members all presided over the                                                     They’re realizing that, when a           oil drilling. Actions such as this       and double standards that have set
worst “something” to ever happen                                                  major corporate donor to your            have earned him critics both inside      up residence at 1600 Pennsylvania
to the US.                              the Gulf for several days.                campaign is in charge of the worst       and outside his party  .                 Avenue — arrogance, too, which is
  For George W. Bush, it was the          Only after he was forced to con-        ecological disaster in their nation’s      • Obama the candidate sounded          interesting, given that so many
worst ever terrorist attack.            front it by mounting criticism did        history and their president sits on      a call for self-sacrifice and respon-    Bush bashers accused his adminis-
  For Obama, it is the country’s        Obama suddenly get everyone’s             the sidelines while pressuring           sibility, yet he has, at every turn,     tration of acting above and in igno-
worst ever ecological disaster.         pain. He dragged himself out in           Congress to pass this reform and         blamed everything that has gone          rance of a majority of Americans.
  Bush also had the distinction of      front of the press, where he would        that, it’s not really a good thing.      wrong in his presidency on his           Bush, to them, was the epitome of
presiding over one of the nation’s      not have the comfort of a                 They’re noticing that, while he          predecessor.                             corporate corruption, bought out
worst natural disasters with            teleprompter and said all the right       talks a good game, the president           • With one of the states under         by big business — or, more to the
Hurricane Katrina, so in that           things.                                   has done absolutely nothing to           his charge as president showered         point, big oil.
regard he’s one up on his successor.      Only it was too late. The damage,       really help an embattled and             in controversy and facing calls for        Imagine, then, the position so
He was raked over the coals in that     you see, had already been done.           threatened South Korea, other than       protests and boycotts, Obama effec-      many Obamaphiles find them-
instance for failure to adequately        With Obama, finally — finally —         say, “We fully support the South         tively cast it to the wolves by call-    selves in with having to reconcile
respond; subsequent evidence            people are starting to get it.            Koreans.”                                ing for an investigation into the        the fact that BP was a major Obama
showed in fact, that it was             They’re starting to see through the         For many of us, 2012 can’t come        controversial      anti-immigration      donor with the knowledge — and
Louisiana’s own government that         hyperbole and fancy talk. At first,       quickly enough. You better hope          law. It was reminiscent of his earli-    admission — that his administra-
didn’t react properly.                  that’s all people really wanted — a       we’re still in one piece when it         er denunciation of an entire             tion did not do all it could have
  Bottom line: The buck stops with      president that could string togeth-       does, because our country is             Massachusetts police department          done in the immediate days of the
the president.                          er a coherent sentence. Over time,        becoming more fractured than it          as “acting stupidly” when a white        Gulf spill.
  The problem is some presidents        however, they started realizing you       ever was under George Bush —             police officer arrested a black            And Obama is left to reconcile
understand that. Some, like             actually need substance behind            here are a few reasons why:              Harvard professor.                       his own grandiose illusions with
Obama, don’t.                           those      college-educated       (and      • Love him or hate him, Bush             Obamaphiles feel disillusioned         the fact that he is now and forever a
  Oh, he’s all contrite and losing      teleprompter-guided) words.               stuck to his guns, quite often to the    and abandoned, but they haven’t          member of “The Club.”
sleep over the oil spill now. You         Obama has none. And folks are           consternation of his critics. If he      exactly risen up in rebellion. To do
know, now that it came out that BP      finally starting to figure it out.        thought he was right, he saw some-       so, of course, would be akin to con-                     .
                                                                                                                                                                      Walter Bird Jr may be reached at
was one of his top donors. And, you       Forget about “right wing agen-          thing through. Obama, on the other                                    .
                                                                                                                           ceding defeat to the enemy So they       508-909-4107 or by e-mail at
know, after oil had been ravaging       das” and the Rush Limbaughs and           hand, is carrying on the grand tra-      remain silent. When talk turns to        wbird@stonebridgepress.com.




                                                           Voting for a new school
D
          riving all around my                                        the letter I’d received in my    where I’d end up.                                     It may seem that way… until you talk to
          hometown               of                                   hands. It was an acceptance to     I was still staring at the letter in my hands,   Julie, who always earned top grades, but
          Uxbridge, I see signs                       K   RISTAL the Massachusetts Academy             debating my fate: it was rumored that UHS          lagged behind her peers in chemistry labs at
          telling me how to vote                      K    LEAR of Mathematics and Science             could lose accreditation before I was set to       first — and had to log countless hours catch-
on June 22, when the town will                                        to continue my high school       graduate in 2004, and I wouldn’t have the sci-     ing up on basic lab techniques she didn’t learn
again take up the question of                                         career — finishing up my         ence lab facilities there that I’d have at the     as a UHS student because she didn’t have
building a new high school.                                KRIS       coursework during my junior                       .
                                                                                                       Mass. Academy I talked to a few admissions         enough lab experience.
  Before I even entered high                            REARDON year and jump-starting my              counselors at local colleges, including my            “I felt really out of my element and frustrat-
school as a freshman in 2000, I                                       college courses at the           future alma mater, PC, and was assured that        ed when I first started at MIT,” she said. “All
remember the debate to build a                                        Worcester         Polytechnic    even if UHS lost accreditation, since I was at     my peers and lab-mates came in knowing
new school being a divisive issue in the town.     Institute during what would have been my            the top of my class, my grades were good           many lab techniques I didn’t, and I had to con-
Even so, I thought for sure I’d graduate from a    senior year.                                        enough to compensate for that.                     stantly ask them and my teaching assistants
new high school in 2004. When that didn’t hap-        I’d always wanted to be a writer, but after        In my mind, the decision was difficult to        for clarification.”
pen, I thought my sister would, in 2007. When      attending NASA’s Space Academy in                   make, but rather simple: did I want a career in       Talking to top graduating seniors at UHS
that didn’t happen, I thought it would be          Huntsville, Ala. that winter, I had became          science? Or did I want to stick to my original     last week, as I covered the 2010 graduation,
impossible that my brother, now a freshman at      more interested in math and science.                passion of writing? If I’d wanted the science      showed me that Julie’s concerns are still rele-
UHS, wouldn’t see a new school. And while I           When I was in Alabama, I had access to           career, I was genuinely convinced I would          vant.
hope he does, I’m not sure if he will or if he     great facilities for experiments, and it made       have a better shot coming from the Mass.              “Going into a science field is so competi-
won’t.                                             me realize what I was missing out on at UHS:                  ,
                                                                                                       Academy since I’d have access to labs and          tive,” said 2010 graduate Katelyn O’Neil, who
  And — I know this is not a popular opinion       those sorts of facilities that would prepare me     technology that UHS didn’t have.                   is headed to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
— but I must admit, with some time and dis-        for a career in math or science… and that             But if I wanted to study writing and litera-     to study biomedical engineering. “There’s so
tance from UHS and Uxbridge, and despite my        would have gotten me more interested in math        ture, specializing in science didn’t sound like                        .
                                                                                                                                                          much technology We don’t have that here.”
plans to vote yes, I have mixed feelings on the    and science to begin with.                          the smartest plan.                                    Does Uxbridge need a new high school? To
issue.                                                My parents encouraged me to apply to the           In the end, my passion for writing won out,      me, the answer is clear: the school needs to
  Do I want UHS to be housed in a top-of-the-                       ,
                                                   Mass. Academy a charter school in Worcester.        and my choice was a good one: I graduated          keep accreditation — after talking to numer-
line facility? Do I think that the teachers and    I’d taken the entrance exam and was one of 50       from UHS, and then PC with a degree in             ous private college admissions counselors, the
students deserve a new high school? I answer       students who were accepted.                         English and Spanish, and I’m now finishing         answer was clear: only top-ranked students
both of those questions without hesitation,           I sat at the kitchen counter in my parents’      up a master’s degree in writing, and have          are truly considered for admission if they
and with a resounding yes.                         house, contemplating my decision. It wasn’t         never second-guessed my decision.                  come from high schools without accredita-
  So what’s causing my hesitation, then?           that my teachers at UHS weren’t good; on the          But what if I’d made the opposite choice?        tion. State schools around the Commonwealth
  Here’s the catch: I’m pro-education, and for               ,
                                                   contrary they were excellent. Especially in           I don’t have to look further than my younger     usually require accreditation for all students.
providing a high quality learning experience       the areas of the humanities, social sciences,       sister Julie’s experience to see how things        To keep accreditation — which it needs —
for students in Uxbridge.                          foreign languages, and math, I was receiving        would have turned out.                             Uxbridge must construct a new facility So,  .
  But I have to wonder, as budget cuts are         an top-notch education — one which, I would           Graduating valedictorian from UHS in 2007,       yes, a new high school is needed, and I’ll be
made in the town and in the state, once the        later discover, when I entered Providence           she enrolled at the Massachusetts Institute of     voting for one on June 22.
new school is built, if the town of Uxbridge       College’s honors program, had more than just                    ,
                                                                                                       Technology where she is currently a rising
will be able to afford to provide a high quality   prepared me: had given me the background            senior. With a near-perfect GPA as a dual            Kristina Reardon, of Uxbridge, is a Tribune
education to the students it will house.           necessary to graduate in the top 2 percent of       degree candidate in Chemistry and                  columnist.
  I can still remember, as a sophomore at          my college class.                                   Humanities, it seems, on the surface, that
Uxbridge High School back in 2002, staring at         But back in 2002, I couldn’t yet guess that’s    maybe my dilemma was overwrought.




                                    Don’t forget those who wait at home
M
              emorial Day, for all
              of us, should have
                                                      BEACON        able to be united through the
                                                                    bonding experience of read-
                                                                                                       Legislatures (NCSL), a bi-partisan organiza-
                                                                                                       tion of America’s 7,328 state legislators and
                                                                                                                                                          “Olivia” (Ian Falconer); “Amelia Bedelia”
                                                                                                                                                          (Peggy Parish); “Charlotte’s Web” (E. B.
              marked more than                         HILL         ing aloud together. In this        legislative staff, has partnered with United       White); “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”
              the beginning of                                          ,
                                                                    way children feel the security     Through Reading Military Program to collect        (Roald Dahl); “Holes” (Louis Sachar);
summer and time for a cook-                            VIEW         of caring family relation-         children’s books and funds for this important      “Phantom Tollbooth” (Norton Juster); and
out. It should also be a time to                                    ships and develop a love of        effort. NCSL, working with the USO is help-        “James and the Giant Peach” (Roald Dahl).
honor those who fought and                             SEN. RICHARD reading through the read-          ing parents who are deployed overseas to con-        Would you like to help? Go to www.unit-
those who died protecting our                             MOORE     aloud experience. How are          nect with their children by recording a DVD of     edthroughreading.org and make a tax-
freedom and values.                                                 such relationships possible        the parents reading a story aloud to their chil-   deductible donation. Please consider giving
   Last fall, Joanne and I had the                                  when a parent is away on mil-      dren. The DVD and book are sent back to the        whatever you can. Even modest donations will
privilege      of   visiting   the                                  itary duty?                        states giving the children a chance to see the     help.
American Cemetery on Omaha Beach in                   Founded in 1989, United Through Reading is       face, listen to the voice and read along with        There’s another thing you can also do to
            .
Normandy As we walked among the long               a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public benefit organiza-      their loved but absent parent as though they       help those in today’s military forces — espe-
rows of nearly 10,000 white crosses inter-         tion. The nationally-acclaimed program devel-       were right there with them.                        cially our National Guard who make up half
spersed with Stars of David, it was a most         oped by United Through Reading provides               As the incoming president of the National        of the forces currently fighting terrorism
moving experience. So many brave, young            opportunities for emotional bonding that            Conference of State Legislatures, my fellow        overseas. Ask our Congressmen to support H.
Americans died that June of 1944 to begin the      relieve the stress of separation and instill a      legislators and I are collecting children’s        R. 3554, the National Guard Education
liberation of Europe and so many others have       love of reading by providing the opportunity        books and donations to bring to NCSL’s annu-       Equality Act. This proposed legislation now
fallen in the service of our country through-      for family members to read aloud to children                                       .
                                                                                                       al Legislative Summit in July Here is a list of    in Congress includes as qualifying service for
                 .
out its history We remember their sacrifice        on DVD. The program helps bring far-away            the books being collected for this project: “The   veterans educational assistance purposes
and the debt that we all owe.                      family members back home for a little while         Little     Ladybugs”      (Melanie      Garth);    (Post-9/11 Educational Assistance): (1) certain
   As we remembered our honored veterans                     ,
                                                   each day and help turn what might otherwise         “Alphabears” (Kathleen Hague); “Anamalia”          active duty service in the reserve components
                                    ,
and loved ones on Memorial Day let’s also          be tentative, anxious family re-introductions       (Graeme Base); “The Very Hungry                    (including service such as part of an airport
remember the families of our service men           into joyous reunions.                               Caterpillar” (Eric Carle); “Where’s Spot?”         security mission or counter-drug activity);
and women who must remain at home. Many               Separation from a parent is one of life’s        (Eric Hill); “Oh The Places You’ll Go” (Dr.        and (2) discharge from active duty service in
of those who are defending freedom in far off      most stressful events for children, affecting       Seuss); “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue        the reserve components because of a service
places such as Afghanistan or Iraq have young                               ,
                                                   their sense of security their relationships,        Fish” (Dr. Seuss); “Green Eggs and Ham” (Dr.                             .
                                                                                                                                                          connected disability Since our Guard and
children waiting at home and praying for           and their ability to learn. More than one mil-      Seuss); “The Cat in the Hat” (Dr. Seuss);          Reserves are sharing as much of the burden of
their safe return. It is very important that       lion American children are separated from           “Corduroy” (Don Freeman); “The Giving              the war on terrorism as the regular military   ,
these absent parents are able to remain a part     one or both parents due to military deploy-         Tree” (Shel Silverstein); “If You Give a Mouse     they should enjoy the same educational and
of their children’s lives even while their duty    ment and nearly double that for children sep-       a Cookie” (Numeroff & Bond); “How Do               social benefits as the regular military.
takes them thousands of miles away for many        arated from their loved ones due to incarcera-      Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?” (Yolen & Teague);
months at a time.                                  tion, drug treatment, or social services. Still     “The Little Engine That Could” (Piper,               Sen. Richard Moore, D-Uxbridge, is a fre-
   There is a wonderful program, called            others are separated from their grandparents,       Hauman & Hauman); “Where the Wild Things           quent contributor to the Blackstone Valley
United Through Reading, which helps to keep        and therefore, from generational love and           Are” (Maurice Sendak); “Curious George”            Tribune.
those absent parents in their children’s daily     learning.                                           (Rey & Rey); “Shellaluna” (Jannel Cannon);
lives. Families facing physical separation are        The National Conference of             State     “Where the Sidewalk Ends” (Shel Silverstein);



                     THE BLACKSTONE VALLEY TRIBUNE: SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY SINCE 1949
6•     Friday, June 11, 2010                                                                                                                                                          BLACKSTONE VALLEY TRIBUNE



                                                                  VALLEY NOTEBOOK
                                 UFD receives equipment grant
            BY ANDY LEVIN               ried on fire department vehicles
          TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                        ready for use at emergencies.
  REGION — Firefighters in                Ostroskey said the Scott Pak-
Uxbridge will be safer in the line of   Tracker     Firefighter   Locator
duty, thanks to an equipment grant      System would be used during
from a national non-profit group.       training before being put into
  Michigan-based        Firefighters    active service this summer.
Support Services provided the
Uxbridge department with a Scott              GORKY REPORTS
Pak-Tracker Firefighter Locator           Northbridge                School
System. The device can help locate      Superintendent Susan Gorky is
a firefighter who is lost, downed or    looking back at the 2009-10 school
trapped while battling a blaze by       year, her first on the job since
causing an alarm to sound and           assuming the helm last summer.
transmitting a signal that can be         “This year has been an organiz-
used to determine his or her posi-      ing year for us, given many first
tion within a structure. The track-     year administrators who have had
er can dramatically reduce search       to learn about the district, staff,
time and expedite rescue of a fire-     curriculum, and culture,” Gorky
fighter in trouble, according to        wrote. “Change has to be systemic,
Uxbridge      Fire    Chief    Peter    well planned and takes time. While
Ostroskey.                              we know we cannot turn the world
  “Thanks to the efforts of             upside down in one year, we
Firefighters Support Services, [we      believe we have made a lot of
have] another tool in our toolbox       progress in a short amount of
that will contribute to safe opera-     time.”
tions for our firefighters,” he said.     Gorky pointed to several accom-
“It is something we would not have      plishments made within the school
been able to fund on our own.”          district, including:
  Firefighters Support Services           • Math task force
Executive      Director     Matthew       • Responsive Classroom training
Cahillane delivered the tracker to        • NAEYC accreditation at                                                                                                                                Courtesy photo
Uxbridge Fire Department head-          Northbridge Elementary School.         From left, Firefighters James Huth and Leonard Gervais, Matthew Cahillane, Fire Chief Peter Ostroskey and Firefighter Kevin Feen.
quarters on May 27. The organiza-         • NEASC accreditation at
tion is dedicated to bringing safety    Northbridge High School.
gear and support to all branches of       • Active Literacy across the cur-      • Summer curriculum work in               effective online courses.                   Placement courses at the high
the fire service.                       riculum at Northbridge Middle          math, literacy and NAEYC stan-                • Teachers are using data to              school.
  “We are pleased to provide this       School.                                dards.                                      drive instruction through the new             • Increased Virtual High School
technology to assist the Uxbridge         • Inclusion and co-teaching at         • Smart-boards installed in all           Growth Model system and Data                offerings for advanced students.
Fire Department safely protect its      the middle and high schools.           math classrooms and planned                 Warehouse.                                    • Addition of a culinary course
community,” Cahillane said.               • District-wide anti-bulling task    installations in all science class-           • Trained teachers and students           to expand vocational offerings.
  Members of the UFD including          force.                                 rooms.                                      in Link Crew, a freshman orienta-             • Signed on to the Massachusetts
Ostroskey, Firefighter/Paramedics         • Mentor training.                     • Professional development days           tion and student transition pro-            Race to the Top initiative.
Kevin Feen and James Huth and             • New teacher induction pro-         to train in High Expectations and           gram.                                         “In addition to everything the
Firefighter/EMT-I            Leonard    gram.                                  Active Engagement for All                     • Began new summer program                district is doing to enable our staff
Gervais were on hand when                 • The Special Education team         Learners.                                   for at-risk students.                       and ensure our students reach
Cahillane brought the equipment         trained in the Woodcock Johnson 3        • Implementation of new reading             • Reconfigured Title I program.           their potential, the students them-
to headquarters. The equipment          assessment.                            program for elementary grades.                • Anticipate adding extended              selves are excelling in a way that
includes a personal transmitter for       •     Professional     Learning        • Teachers training in Moodle, a          learning blocks at the middle               should make us all proud,” Gorky
each member of the department           Community training.                    course     management      system           school.                                     wrote.
and four receivers that will be car-                                           designed to help educators create             • Addition of four Advanced




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                            PURGATORY CHASM CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Nature’s Playground                               wildflowers. Sturdy footwear highly recom-         Children’s Nature Workshop presented by           at Pavilion at Chasm entrance.
Fridays, June 11, 4-5 p.m.                        mended as well as water bottle, snack, bug         Metacomet Land Trust includes a walk
Time to get outside and play! Try acorn           repellent. About a 1.5-mile hike on moderate       through the park to observe habitats, a craft     Chasm Tour
whistles and curl dandelion stems among           terrain.                                           making program for the kids, and informa-         Sunday, June 27, 4-5 p.m. Learn the history
other fun nature games or crafts! Nature                                                             tional handouts. Crafts are geared to pre-        and mystery of Purgatory Chasm! This pro-
lovers of all ages are invited to meet behind     Kidleidoscope Kids Story Hour                      school and elementary-age children. Meet at       gram suitable for families with children over
the Visitor’s Center by ball field; be prepared   Mondays, June 21, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.              the Visitors Center. We’ll act out the story      5, and all those willing to scurry over and
to take a short 1⁄4-mile walk along the Spring    Nature-themed story and activity hour for          “The Owl and the Woodpecker” by Brian             around boulders and rocks. Be sure to wear
Path.                                             ages 3-5. Siblings welcome! Free program           Wildsmith with handmade puppets and go            shoes with good tread. Wet weather and rain
                                                  designed to connect young children to the          on a walk to observe the birds residing at        cancels.
Healthy Heart Hike: Hiking Beyond the             great outdoors. Nature stories followed by an                .
                                                                                                     Purgatory If we’re lucky, we’ll see the park’s
Chasm                                             outdoor activity and craft. Pack a lunch and       resident Pileated Woodpecker!                     Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturdays, June 26, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.         enjoy the playground! Children must be                                                               For more information please call the park:
Have you ever wondered what is beyond             accompanied by an adult.                           Rock Detectives                                   (508) 234-9610 or (508) 234-3733.
Purgatory Chasm? This fitness walk will                                                              Sunday, June 27, 12-1 p.m. Learn some simple      Purgatory Chasm State Reservation is located
take visitors to explore sections of the park     Family Adventures with Metacomet Land              clues that will help you identify the rocks       off Route 146 on Purgatory Road in Sutton.
that are off the beaten path; with opportuni-     Trust                                              and minerals at Purgatory Chasm in this
ties to view Lady Slippers and other forest       Saturday, June 12, 10 a.m. to noon.                hands-on program, suitable for all ages. Meet


                                                                                         NEWS BRIEFS
                                                                                                                                      to rescue him. Go to www.cmdart.org to learn more about his
Blackstone Valley Community                                                  ,
                                                                    Thursday July 29, 7 p.m.
                                                                    Alternatives
                                                                                                                                      story and for an outline of this upcoming course.
                                                                                                                                        CMDART is a non-profit tax exempt organization assisting
Concert Band Schedule                                               50 Douglas Road, Whitinsville
                                                                    Sponsored by UniBank and the Northbridge Cultural
                                                                                                                                      the communities of Central Mass, helping to plan, prepare and
                                                                                                                                      respond when animals are affected by disasters. CMDART
                                                                  Council                                                             assisted during the ice storm of 2008, during recent floods, for
            ,
  Thursday June 17, 6 p.m.                                                                                                            hoarding cases, and for local fires.
  Millbury Senior Center
  1 River St., Millbury
  Sponsored by Millbury Senior Center                             Large Animal Emergency                                              Antique Fire Museum to open
  Sunday June 27, 3:30 p.m.
         ,
  River Bend Farm
                                                                  Training at Iron Shoe Farm
  287 Oak St., Uxbridge                                                                                                                 UXBRIDGE — The Uxbridge Antique Fire Museum, Inc.,
                                                                    UXBRIDGE — The Central Massachusetts Disaster Animal              along with the Uxbridge Firefighters Association, will host the
  Sponsored by UniBank and the Uxbridge Cultural Council
                                                                  Response Team (CMDARTis offering a large animal                     grand opening of the Uxbridge Antique Fire Museum at 5 p.m.
                                                                  Emergency Rescue Training at Iron Shoe Farm, Quaker                           ,
                                                                                                                                      on Sunday June 13.
            ,
  Wednesday June 30, 7 p.m. (rain date July 1)
                                                                  Highway in Uxbridge. June 19, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The train-        The events will coincide with the annual Firefighter
  Hopedale Town Park
                                                                  ing will be taught by Roger Lauze, Large Animal Emergency           Memorial Sunday Observance.
  33 Dutcher St., Hopedale
                                                                  Rescue specialist with the MSPCA.                                     The museum is located at 18 Depot St. in Uxbridge. As most
  Sponsored by UniBank and the Hopedale Cultural Council
                                                                    The training is sponsored in part by donations from Bay           residents of the Blackstone Valley are aware, the Bernat Mill
                                                                  State Trail Riders, Blue Seal Feeds, the Department of Public       was destroyed by a fire in July 2007. The Uxbridge Antique
             ,
  Wednesday July 7, 7 p.m. (rain or shine)
                                                                  Health Emergency Preparedness Region 2 and from private             Fire Museum was founded in 2006 in the boiler room of the
  Leicester Town Common
                                                                  donations. There is a registration tax deductible fee of $25 for    mill. After the fire, the founders relocated to the Bernat
  Washburn Square, Leicester
                                                                  the general public. Emergency personnel, fire and police            garage. The garage space was donated by Capron Corp. and to
  Presented by Leicester Summer Concert Committee
                                                                  attend at no charge. Emergency response personnel are espe-         date the members have quite an impressive collection, with the
                                                                  cially encouraged to register, but the event is open to anyone      crown jewel being the return of Uxbridge Engine 2, a 1940
            ,
  Wednesday July 14, 7 p.m. (rain date July 15)
                                                                  wishing to learn how to rescue a large animal in an emergency  .    Seagrave Fire Truck.
  2nd Congregational Church
                                                                  Those interested in helping to sponsoring or wish to attend           The public is invited to attend and encouraged to browse the
  289 Main St., East Douglas
                                                                  the event need to contact registrar@cmdart.org or call 508-380-     collection dedicated to the fire service in Uxbridge.
  Sponsored by UniBank and the Douglas Cultural Council
                                                                  4722.                                                               Refreshments will be provided by the First Holiday Night
                                                                    Wayne and Lois Tucker of Iron Shoe are hosting this Large         Committee. The Blackstone Valley Fife and Drum will be on
         ,
  Monday July 19, 7 p.m. (rain date July 20)
                                                                  Animal Emergency training to help emergency responders              hand to provide the music for the event. This event will be
  Choate Park, Medway
                                                                  and large animals who may experience emergencies. The               held rain or shine.
  Sponsored by Charles River Bank and the Medway Cultural
                                                                  Tuckers lost their 2,300-pound Percheron Draft horse last win-
Council
                                                                  ter after heroic efforts by local emergency personnel who tried




                                                             OBITUARIES
               John F. Barry, 74; Korean War veteran                                                          Everet G. Burgess, 85; World War II veteran
  NORTHBRIDGE — John F. “Jack” Barry         ,                            ,
                                                  Equipment Company Inc. in Webster, from              NORTHBRIDGE — Everet G. Burgess, 85,            fighting in the Battle of the Bulge in
                           ,
74, died at home, Saturday May 29.                1985 until his retirement in 2004.                 formerly of Northbridge, passed away at the       Northern France. He received a Purple Heart
  He leaves his wife of 51 years, Muriel J.         He was a member of Saint Patrick’s               Spectrum Health Meijer Heart Center, Grand        after being injured in battle. He was also
(Lavergne) Barry; two sons, Thomas A. Barry       Church in Whitinsville and he was a former                                 ,
                                                                                                     Rapids, Mich., Saturday May 29.                   awarded the Good Conduct Medal and
and his wife, Patricia, of Oxford, and John F.    chairman and 12 year veteran of the                  Everet will be missed by his devoted wife of    Victory Medal for his service. After returning
      ,
Barry Jr. and his wife, Beth, of Newton; a        Northbridge Road Commission. He was the            60 years, Ruth; his daughter, Sharon              from the war, Everet earned a bachelor’s
daughter, Erin M. Rooney and her husband,         ultimate handyman, skilled in carpentry,           Nicholson; son and daughter-in-law Douglas        degree in business administration from
Matthew, of Narragansett, R.I.; eight grand-      plumbing, electrical work and anything that        and Lynnette Burgess; four grandchildren,         Northwestern University in Chicago, Ill. He
children, John Peter, Rachael, and Kati           needed doing. He loved the beach, skiing and       Michael and Benjamin Nicholson, and               was president of Standard Foundry in
        ,
Rooney Kristin, Joseph, Elizabeth, Caroline       boating, but for “Papa Jack” the most impor-       Brendan and Katelyn Burgess; a brother and        Worcester for many years. He also served as
               .
and Jack Barry He was predeceased by broth-       tant things in his life were his family and his    sister, George and his wife Jean Burgess and      deacon, elder and financial secretary for the
ers Robert and Thomas, and by sisters             abiding faith.                                     Shirley and Charles Mannhiem; brothers-in-        Fairlawn Christian Reformed Church in
Margaret and Anne.                                  His funeral Mass was celebrated                  law and sisters-in- law Bernard and Joan          Whitinsville and was the classical treasurer
  Mr. Barry was born Jan. 24, 1936, in                        ,
                                                  Wednesday June 2, in St. Patrick’s Church,         VanSpyker, Terri Visser, widow of John            for    the    Northeast     Division      CRC
Northbridge, a son of the late Thomas F. and      Whitinsville. Burial followed in St. Patrick’s     Visser, Evelyn Visser, widow of Glenn Visser;     Denomination along with school board posi-
                             .
Mary L. (McTiernan) Barry He was a lifelong       Cemetery  .                                        many nephews and nieces.                          tions for Northbridge High School and
resident of Northbridge and Bonnet Shores,          Please omit flowers. Memorial donations            Formerly of Whitinsville, Everet served         Whitinsville Christian School, both in
R.I. He graduated from Northbridge High           may be made to the Cardiovascular Research         three years in the U.S. Armed Forces in the       Whitinsville. During his retirement years,
School in 1954, and from Worcester Junior         Fund, in honor of Dr. Julian Areosty 330  ,        Company K 276th Infantry Regiment during          Everet acted as the fiscal director for the
College. He served in the United States Air       Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA, 02215.               World War II. He was a staff sergeant while       town of Northbridge.
Force during the Korean War.
  Mr. Barry owned and operated Barry
                                                                                                           Rose Malkasian, 84; leaves family in Whitinsville
                                                                                                       NORTHBRIDGE — Rose (Toumasian)                    Mrs. Malkasian and her daughter Kathy
                                                                                                     Malkasian, 84, of Church Street, died May 26,     traveled together on several cruises. Cruising
Fernande Perras Larochelle, 83; leaves family in Valley                                              in the St. Camillus Health Center,
                                                                                                     Whitinsville.
                                                                                                                                                       was a very special time for them and they had
                                                                                                                                                       wonderful memories of those cruises. Rose
  NORTHBRIDGE — Fernande (Boucher)                Whitin Machine Works and Table Talk Pies.            She was the wife of the late Ararat “Hawk”      took monthly trips to the casinos with Foxy
Perras Larochelle, 83, died peacefully at her     In 1988 she retired after 15 years as a secre-     Malkasian, who died in 2000.                      Travel.
home on Legion Way in Northbridge on May          tary for the Northbridge school system.              Mrs. Malkasian was a sales clerk for              She leaves a daughter, Kathleen and her
27, surrounded by her loving family.                 She was a member of Friends of                  Varky’s Cleaners in Whitinsville for 30 years     husband Richard Roberts, of Whitinsville; a
  Fern was born in Northbridge on July 16,        Northbridge Elders and the Northbridge             before her retirement in 1985. In her earlier     brother, Harry Toumasian, of Lincoln, R.I.;
1926, daughter of Euclide and Herminie            Senior Center, where she especially enjoyed        years, she designed jewelry for the former        many nieces and nephews, including Shirley
(Durand) Boucher. Her first husband of 26         the French Club. She was an associate of the       Coro Jewelry Co. in Providence, R.I.              Demagian, of Whitinsville. She was prede-
years, Henry C. Perras, passed away in 1973.      Sisters of the Assumption in Millbury and a          Mrs. Malkasian was born Dec. 30, 1925, in       ceased by a son, Ronald M. Malkasian, and by
Her second husband of 30 years, Joseph            lifetime member of St. Peter’s Church, where       Providence, daughter of the late Hagop and        a brother, Bagdasar Toumasian.
Larochelle, passed away in 2005.                  she served as a eucharistic minister. During       Esquhie (Papazian) Toumasian. She was a             Funeral services were private and held in
  She will be sadly missed by her five chil-      her lifetime, Fern was able to do quite a bit of   graduate of Hope High School in Providence.       the Soorp Asdvadzadzin Armenian Apostolic
dren, Janyce and her husband Paul Murray    ,     traveling. She also enjoyed sewing, knitting,      Rose had been a resident of Providence            Church in Whitinsville.
of Whitinsville, John Perras and his wife         reading biographies and doing crossword            before moving to Whitinsville in 1945.              Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery,
Karen, of Northbridge, Thomas Perras, of          puzzles. Her greatest enjoyment came from            Mrs. Malkasian was a longtime member of         Whitinsville.
Grafton, William Perras and his wife              spending time with her family and her many         the Soorp Asdvadzadzin Armenian Apostolic           Memorial donations may be made to the
Elizabet, of Deland, Fla., and James Perras,      close friends.                                     Church in Whitinsville. She was an avid           Soorp Asdvadzadzin Armenian Apostolic
with whom she resided; three stepchildren,           She was a kind and loving person of great       bowler and won many trophies. Rose enjoyed        Church, 315 Church St., Whitinsville, MA
Mary Larochelle and her husband Dr. Val           faith who was an inspiration in life and death     playing Bingo at local function halls and espe-   01588.
Boudreau, of Wilmington, N.C., Claire and         to all who knew her.                               cially enjoyed the beaches on Cape Cod.
her husband Dr. Robert Grassi, of Wolfeboro,         The family would like to thank the dedicat-
N.H., and Dr. Joseph Larochelle and his wife
Bonnie, of Concord, N.H., 22 grandchildren;
                                                  ed workers and volunteers of the Hospice
                                                  Care of Greater Milford who helped make                     Marsha L. LaHue, 67; leaves family in Valley
24 great-grandchildren; a sister, Florianne       Fern’s final days comfortable and peaceful.
Sullivan, of Wallingford, Conn.; many nieces         Funeral services were held June 2 from the        DOUGLAS — Marsha L. LaHue, 67, of                 She was predeceased by her parents Walter
and nephews.                                      Buma Funeral Home, Whitinsville, with a            Douglas, formerly of North Providence, R.I.,      and Olive Sonner and by a sister Linda Mello.
  She was predeceased by two brothers,            funeral Mass in St. Peter’s Church,                died May 29 at home.                                Marsha was an avid reader and loved time
Reynald Boucher and Gerard Boucher.               Northbridge. Burial followed in St. Patrick’s        She leaves three sons, Kenneth E. LaHue         spent with friends.
  Fern was a member of the class of 1943 of                  ,
                                                  Cemetery Northbridge.                              and his partner James K. Blaisdell, of              A memorial service was held June 5 in St.
Northbridge High School and a graduate of            In lieu of flowers, donations may be made       Douglas, Kevin J. and his wife Mary L.            Mary’s Episcopal Church, East Providence,
Becker Junior College. During World War II,       to the Sisters of the Assumption Retirement        LaHue, of North Providence, and Jeffrey D.        R.I.
she worked for the Office of Strategic            Fund, 211 North Main St., Petersham, MA            LaHue, of Cumberland, R.I.; four grandchil-         In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
Services in Washington, D.C. She later            01366.                                             dren, Alex, Andrew, Dylan, and Nikolas; two                             .O.
                                                                                                                                                       to Center of Hope, P Box 66, Southbridge,
worked as a keypunch operator at the former                                                          nephews, Brian and Joseph Mello.                  MA 01550.



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Douglas budget plan taking final form
            BY THOMAS MATTSON                                        process because of a lack of accu-
              TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                                     rate and timely local aid informa-
   DOUGLAS — The fiscal 2011 town                                    tion from the Commonwealth.
budget — tentatively up 5 percent                                      “I have worked closely with the
from current levels of spending — is                                 town accountant and all department
rounding into shape for the contin-                                  heads over the past six months to
ued Annual Town Meeting set for 7                                    achieve a balanced budget proposal
p.m. on June 21 at the Douglas High                                  without any major negative impacts
School auditorium.                                                   upon the services provided to the
   As it stands, the proposed fiscal                                 citizens of this community  .”
2011 budget is $22,705,979 compared                                    Guzinski said he expected to meet
with the fiscal 2010 budget of                                       with the Finance Committee this
$21,742,822.                                                         past Monday (June 7), when that
   That represents an increase of                                    advisory group was expected to
about $1 million.                                                    make its final fiscal 2011 budget rec-
   The largest increase in the budget                                ommendations in preparation for
pie is for education, which accounts                                 June 21.
for 54 percent of the total budget. In                                 Guzinski told Selectmen the pro-
fiscal 2010 it was $11,480,126. Some                                 posed fiscal 2011 budget presented to
$12,259,080 is proposed for fiscal                                   them May 27 contained a number of
2011. That is a hike of $776,869, or 7.1                             changes from the original budget he
percent. The figures include a                                       submitted to the board April 2.                                                                                                                 Thomas Mattson photo
Blackstone Valley Tech assessment                                      “As you may recall,” he said, “my      Douglas Executive Administrator Michael Guzinski (center) comments on the fiscal 2011 budget to the Board of Selectmen with
of $513,689 for educating students                                   original budget used the Governor’s      Town Accountant Jean Lovett and Selectman Mitchell Cohen in view.
from Douglas in fiscal 2010 and                                      budget proposal (House 2). This
$490,585 for fiscal 2011. Also included                              budget recommendation uses the           $10,000.                                    • Health and Life Insurance             cent cost-of-living increase for all
in the education totals are $27,405                                  latest legislative budget proposals        • Highway maintenance expense           expenses $19,753.                         union personnel for fiscal 2011.”
for students attending Norfolk                                       indicating a 4 percent cut to Local      — $10,000.                                  • Other town expenses and wages           He said the town is still negotiat-
Agricultural School in 2009-10 and                                   Aid.”                                      • Snow and ice expense, $15,000.        totaling $26,529.                         ing a contract with the firefighters
$52,594 for students from Douglas                                      In regard to revenues, Guzinski          • Douglas schools personnel and           Guzinski said the proposed budg-        union for fiscal 2011 and beyond.
enrolled in that school for 2010-11.                                 said, the decrease in Local Aid is       expense — $290,110 — based on             et reflects a 2 percent cost-of-living    And the School Committee is still
   Employee benefits and insurance                                   expected to be $465,263.                 meeting the estimated minimum net         adjustment for all non-union              negotiating a contract with the
are up from $3,697,069 to $3,956,347, a                                The administrator projected the        school spending level.                    employees, but does not allow for         school unions, he said.
projected increase of $259,278.                                      following budget decreases:                • Norfolk County Agricultural           step increases for those personnel.         “This budget proposal preserves
   “As you are all aware,” Guzinski                                    • Local Aid revenue —by $465,263.      School — $21,297.                           “As you know,” he told board            all municipal (non-school) full-time
addressed the selectmen in a May 27                                    • Selectmen expenses — (non-             • Unemployment expenses —               members, “the Police Union con-           staff,” Guzinski said, “thereby main-
memo, “this has been a very chal-                                    union steps) $28,000.                    $10,000.                                  tract contains provisions for a 2-per-    taining all core municipal services.”
lenging and frustrating budget                                         • Municipal Building expense —




Tabur thanks many for West Point appointment
                    BY THOMAS MATTSON                                          true to be standing here as a member of the         administering         the
                      TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                                               West Point class of 2014,” Tabur said.              required physical fit-
  NORTHBRIDGE — James Tabur may be the                                           “It is a tremendous accomplishment,” he           ness test.
only graduate of Northbridge High School                                       said, “but something I would not have been             He also recognized
among its 160 class of 2010 members to have                                    able to accomplish on my own. I have received       Northbridge         High
received an appointment to the U.S. Military                                   help from numerous people, some of them             School          Principal
Academy    .                                                                   close and some of them barely familiar to me.”      Michael Gauthier “for
  But he gives a lot of credit for that achieve-                                 Tabur continued his remarks by thanking           being a great influence
ment to many people.                                                                   ,
                                                                               Cherry his military liaison to West Point, for      on my life since middle
  Addressing his classmates at an awards                                       coming to Class Day exercises as well as guid-      school.”
assembly Wednesday night, June 2, in the high                                  ing him the past several months.                       “To everyone men-
school field house, Tabur followed up on a                                       Tabur noted the first step in the admissions      tioned and all of the
laudatory speech by Donald Cherry of                                           process is applying for a congressional nomi-       teachers, coaches and
Charlton, father of a recent West Point gradu-                                 nation.                                             people      who     have
ate.                                                                             “With the help of outstanding recommenda-         helped me,” he said,
  “It is truly an honor as well as a dream come                                tions from my history teacher, Mr. [Rene]           “thank you.”
                                                                               Lafayette, my Latin teacher [Nancy] Sweeney     ,      Tabur, a two-year
                                                                               and my swim coach Carl Cederquist,” Tabur           guard         on      the
                                                                               said, “I was able to receive a nomination from      Northbridge football
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                                                                                 Tabur said he received a second nomination        application process as
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Contenders gather at Tea Party candidates night
                    BY JOY RICHARD                                                                                                                                            the case with many people she has spoken to
           STONEBRIDGE PRESS STAFF WRITER
                                                                                                                                                                              around the area.
  WEBSTER — Candidates running for all                                                                                                                                          “When people ask me what the Governor’s
levels of state and local government and rep-                                                                                                                                 Council is, I tell them it is critically impor-
resenting both major political parties came                                                                                                                                   tant,” said Caissie, who explained that there
forward Wednesday June 2, to inform voters
                      ,                                                                                                                                                       are eight members to the council, and she
at the Webster-Dudley-Oxford Tea Party                                                                                                                                        would be running for the 7th District, which
Candidates Night.                                                                                                                                                             represents 68 towns. She also said the group
  Candidates ranged from State Treasurer                                                                                                                                      approves appointments that the governor
Tim Cahill, who is running for governor, and                                                                                                                                  makes in terms of judges. Caissie said she
his opponent Charlie Baker, to leaders at the                                                                                                                                 believes this is a very important position,
local level, including state Rep. Paul Kujawski,                                                                                                                              because it is judges that make the important
D-Webster, and his upcoming opponent,                                                                                                                                         choices that directly affect society.
Uxbridge Republican Kevin Kuros. The duo                                                                                                                                        “I have always been an advocate for public
are competing for a spot in the 8th Worcester                                                                                                                                        ,”
                                                                                                                                                                              safety said Caissie. “I know how to ask the
District of the state House of Representatives,                                                                                                                               tough questions. I want to pull the curtain
which represents Webster, Dudley Oxford,
                                       ,                                                                                                                                      back for 68 towns.”
Douglas and Uxbridge. Also at the event were                                                                                                                                    Ford said he is an advocate to tightening the
Oxford Board of Selectmen Chairman and                                                                                                                                        belt on spending, something he said he knows
Governor’s Council candidate Jen Caissie and                                                                                                                                  the average American is unfortunately used
her opponent, Fran Ford, Secretary of State                                                                                                                                   to doing.
candidate Bill Campbell, candidates for State                                                                                                                                   “I want to talk a little about fiscal responsi-
Auditor Kamal Jain and Mary Connaughton,                                                                                                                                      bility because I feel right at home [with the
Treasurer candidate Karyn Polito, candidates                                                                                                                                  topic],” said Ford. “The problem with govern-
for Congress Tom Wesley and Jay Fleitman,                                                                                                                                     ment is the way we spend money is stupid,
and hopefuls for Worcester County Sheriff                                                                                                                                     and it is because its not their money there are
Keith Nicholas and Lew Evangelidis.                                                                                                                                           using. We don’t need to raise more revenue,
  Webster-Dudley-Oxford           Tea      Party                                                                                                                              we don’t need to lay off more people, and we
Candidates Night representative and Dudley                                                                                                                                    need to be smart with the way we spend
resident Brian Germain said he was                                                                                                                    Joy Richard photos      money   .”
“impressed” with the turnout of more than                   Left: Rep. Paul Kujawski, D-Webster. Right: State representative candidate Kevin Kuros.                             Turning an eye to the state representative
100 residents at the event, held at Indian                                                                                                                                    race, Kuros said after completing his second
Ranch on Webster Lake.                                      and what they can do for his state.                  able, accountable state government. The peo-                 term as a selectman in Uxbridge, he felt it was
  During the evening, each of the candidates                  “I think it is important to see which candi-       ple of Massachusetts deserve better than they                time to move forward and pursue a different
was allotted a select amount of time to speak               date agrees with my opinion,” said Humphrey    .     are getting on Beacon Hill.”                                 office.
to residents about what they would be able to               “There is so much confusion as to what people           Cahill said he became involved in the race                  “I am looking to move on and take another
bring to the table if elected in November.                  believe, I want to see where they stand.”            as an independent because he felt “that the                  challenge,” said Kuros. “I see what goes on in
  According to its Web site, www.hand-                        Oxford resident Maresol Biernack said she          two-part system is not working.”                             towns on a daily basis.”
soffmyliberty  .com, the local Tea Party’s mis-             came out to support Kujawski and hear what              He said as a business owner he believes in                  As far as he is concerned, Kuros said,
sion statement is as an organization to be “a               he had to say in his speech.                         fiscal responsibility and like the voter “under-             Kujawski is trying to make himself look like
non-partisan group organizing for and pro-                    “I support Paul Kujawski,” said Biernack.          stands the problems and pressures facing the                 “an outsider” to the voters, Kuros believes
moting individual liberty fiscal responsibility
                           ,                                “I am here for moral support and truly think         middle class today and believe with smart fis-
                                                                                                                                     ,                                        that if he is elected he will be able to bring a
and accountability at every level of govern-                that he has done a lot for the community  .”         cal strategies, we can make Massachusetts a                  new sense of “accountability” to Beacon Hill.
ment and engaging people in the political                     Speaking first were gubernatorial candi-           better place where people want to live, work                   “Paul is trying to paint himself as a maver-
process to advance the cause of smaller gov-                dates Baker and Cahill, followed by candi-           and raise families.”                                         ick/rebel on Beacon Hill, when in fact he has
ernment and lower taxes.”                                   dates for Congress, auditor, treasurer, sheriff,        When it came to candidates for Governor’s                 voted straight party line for the last 10 years,”
  Germain said the goal of the evening was                  Governor’s Council and state representative.         Council, Caissie and Ford both emphasized                    said Kuros.
not to bring debate to the floor while each                   For the candidates, the prominent themes of        several similar points, like fiscal responsibili-              Kujawski said that since being elected in
speaker addressed the crowd, but to give every              the evening were to bring change to Beacon           ty and letting the voters know just what the                 1994, he has being doing his best to serve the
candidate from each party the same amount of                Hill, which they all agreed was desperately          position entails and how important it is.                    people of his area and bring them the changes
time to get his or her point of view across on              necessary and straying from the norm of how             “When I first decided to run for office it was            for the better that they deserve.
current issues. He said residents were encour-              politics is practiced. They agreed from there        very important for my family to be behind me                   “I believe in providing the best service,”
aged to ask the candidates questions later in               they could hopefully make the state a better         100 percent,” said Caissie.                                  said Kujawski. “I hope to listen twice as much
the evening.                                                place.                                                  She said that although they were behind her               as I talk and serve the people as best as I can.”
  Webster resident Mark Humphrey said he                      “When people ask why I have gotten into the        when it came to running for the council, fam-
came out to watch the debate because he                     governor’s race, I say because I have had            ily members were unclear to what the position                  Joy Richard may be reached at (508)-909-4129,
wants to see what the candidates had to say                 enough,” said Baker. “I believe we need afford-      actually was. She said she has found this to be              or by e-mail a jrichard@stonebridgepress.com.




                                 Moore votes for $28.4 billion budget
  REGION — Sen. Richard Moore, D-Uxbridge, joined his                        tated, I am pleased to have joined my colleagues in creating                                                     .
                                                                                                                                                       room time from half day to full day This will make grant
colleagues last Friday in passing a $28.4 billion balanced                   an innovative and resourceful solution to our tightened                   funding available in 2011 for those school districts that
budget for the 2011 fiscal year, focusing on prudent expendi-                finances.”                                                                received the grants in 2010.
tures, reforms and economic development.                                       The overall budget increases spending by approximately                     In addition to increasing support for important programs,
  In a conscious effort to unburden residents and keep the                   1.7 percent from fiscal year 2010 estimated spending, the                 the Senate budget includes important reforms in the areas of
Commonwealth on solid fiscal footing, the Senate’s budget                    majority of which goes toward healthcare and other non-dis-               probation, illegal immigration and municipal plan design.
does not contain any earmarks or rely on any additional                      cretionary spending areas.                                                   The senate proposes significant changes to the state’s pro-
taxes or withdrawals from the stabilization fund. The Senate                   Utilizing the most up to date revenue numbers, the Senate               bation department. The final Senate budget limits the pro-
used a combination of spending reductions and legislative                    was able to provide targeted increases to areas of the budget             bation commissioner’s term to five years and requires all
reforms to close the $2.85 billion budget gap.                               that help cities and towns, schools and families.                         appointments to the trial court to be approved by the chief
  “This is a comprehensive, sound budget proposal that                         These targeted investments include an increase of $13.5                 justice, stripping the exclusive authority from the commis-
reflects the Senate’s commitment to mitigating the effects of                million for the Special Education Circuit Breaker, bringing               sioner of Probation. The Senate budget also establishes a
our economic recession for communities and residents of                      the total funding to $146.4 million. This increases the amount            task force that is charged will making recommendations on
the Commonwealth,” said Moore. “This upcoming fiscal                         district are reimbursed to 44 percent, providing some much                placing the department in the executive branch or else-
year continues to echo the economic storm we have faced in                   needed relief to school districts for the cost of educating stu-          where.
recent times. Though many difficult decisions were necessi-                  dents with special needs.                                                    In an effort to reform and codify state regulations relative
                                                                                                                 The Senate also added $5              to illegal immigrants, the final Senate budget includes a
                                                                                                              million to childcare support             comprehensive bipartisan amendment that will bar illegal



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                                                                                                              increasing its funding to                education benefits.
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                                                                                                              25,000 children on the waiting           izenship status of their employees and any contractors
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gardens fit the bill. From whiskey        depth. Tomatoes, cucumbers,               duce poorly or worse. Also, avoid        dening method is not foolproof.          in the business of dispensing tips,
barrels to plastic buckets, plants        squash and beans grow well in             soaking the leaves when watering,        The     University      of     Maine     not inventing them (although I can
are sprouting up on back decks,           deeper buckets, such as five gallon       as wet foliage encourages disease.       Cooperative Extension offers the         take credit for some), I’m counting
front porches, and even on bal-           buckets, half whiskey barrels, and        And make sure the pot is equipped        following suggestions for treating       on you readers out there to share
conies. Read on for some basic tips       deep patio pots.                          with proper drainage. Inadequate         common container garden prob-            your best helpful hints!
for planting in a pot!                    Bushel baskets, half barrels, wood-       drainage will cause the mix to           lems.
                                          en tubs, or large pressed paper con-      become water logged, and the                                                      Do you have a helpful hint or handy
Choose a Crop                             tainers are ideal for growing toma-       plants will be deprived of neces-        Symptoms: Plants tall, spindly, and      tip that has worked for you? Do you
Luckily, some of the best-loved veg-      toes, squash, pole beans, and             sary oxygen.                             unproductive.                            have a question regarding house-
etables are appropriate for contain-      cucumbers. Note that container                                                     Cause: Insufficient light.               hold or garden matters? If so, why
er gardening. Crops that do well          plants do best when transplanted          Proper Placement                         Cure: Move container to area             not share them with readers of the
include tomatoes, lettuce, peppers,       from seedlings into the container,        Placement is important, since            receiving more light. Reduce feed-       Sturbridge Villager? Send questions
cucumbers, beans, as well as, car-        allowing for a hardening off peri-        growing vegetables need at least         ing intervals.                           and/or hints to: “Take the Hint!”,
rots, cabbage, peas, beans, beets,        od.                                       five hours of direct sunlight each                                                                             ,
                                                                                                                                                                      c/o the Sturbridge Villager 25 Elm
cauliflower and broccoli. In addi-                                                      .
                                                                                    day Flowering and root vegetables        Symptoms: Plants yellowing from          St., Southbridge, MA 01550. Or e-
tion, there are many varieties of         Select Soil                               need even more sun. Check the            bottom, lack vigor, poor color           mail KDRR@aol.com. Hints are
dwarf vegetables that are specially       The perfect planting material for         requirements of each variety you         Cause: Excessive water.                  entered into a drawing for dinner
bred to grow well in containers.          containers should provide quick           are growing. Since the container         Cure: Reduce watering intervals;         for two at the historic Publick House
                                          and steady drainage with enough           garden offers mobility, moving a         Check for good drainage.                 Inn.
Pick a Pot                                water retention to keep the roots         pot to ensure it receives sufficient                                              For more great hints, tune into
The size of the container depends         moist. Some gardeners suggest a           sunlight is a valuable advantage.        Symptoms: Plants wilt although           “Take the Hint!” one-minute snippet
upon the crop that will be grown.         traditional soil mix; others prefer a                                              sufficient water is present.             tips aired twice daily on WORC-FM
Typically most vegetables can             soil free potting mix that offers a       Flora Fashion                            Cause: Poor drainage and aeration.       Oldies 98.9. And for more tips and
thrive as long as there is enough         lightweight medium that is free           Container plants encourage cre-          Cure: Use mix containing higher          talk, be sure to listen to my live
space for proper root development.        from soil borne diseases. A good                 .
                                                                                    ativity A handsome garden pot or         percent organic matter; increase         hour-long show that runs from 9-10
Shallow rooted crops such as let-         rule of thumb is to mix equal parts       two on the patio adds ambiance           number of holes for drainage.            a.m. each Friday on WARE-AM
tuce, peppers, radishes, and herbs        of sand, garden soil and peat moss.       and beauty to an outdoor space. A                                                 1250.




Incumbent state lawmakers seek reelection
RUN                                                  islation earlier this year, but Callahan said the
                                                     measure is not thorough enough. The public,
                                                                                                         Atlas Box & Crating, creating Tri-Centennial
                                                                                                         Park, designing and implementing Manchaug
                                                                                                                                                                             PETERSON
continued from page   A1                                                                                                                                       Peterson, the House’s assistant minority
                                                     she said, still lacks confidence in the way busi-   Village improvements, funding for Lake
                                                     ness is conducted inside the State House.           Singletary Watershed Association and               leader, is a member of the Higher Education,
by Sutton Republican Ryan Fattman.                                                                                                                          Transportation, and Housing joint commit-
Peterson, a state representative since 1994, is         “The legislation passed this session was         Manchaug Pond, preserving Waters Farm and
                                                     only a starting point,” she said. “We must con-     obtaining a new senior van.                        tees, as well as the Bills in Third Reading
unopposed.                                                                                                                                                  Standing House Committee. He has also
   “Since taking office, I have never forgotten      tinue to push for changes which uphold the            She also pointed out her support of school
                                                     integrity of the legislative process.”              building projects in both towns.                   served on the Natural Resources and
it is the people who sent me to Beacon Hill to                                                                                                              Agriculture Joint Committee and the Ethics
be their voice,” said Callahan. “I continue to          During last month’s deliberations on the fis-
                                                     cal year 2011 budget, Callahan achieved a                     FATTMAN RESPONDS                         and Rules committees.
stand up to special interests and [House] lead-                                                                                                                A U.S. Army veteran and a member of the
ership and fight for good government. I will         measure of success when creation of a budget          Fattman, who announced his intention to
                                                     transparency Website was included in the                                                               American Legion Post 92, Peterson is also
continue to push for a wide range of policy                                                              seek the 18th Worcester District seat early this   longtime member of the Board of Directors of
reforms designed to restore the public’s confi-      plan. The Sutton Democrat also touted her           year, welcomed the challenge of facing a well
                                                     “independent voice” in the Legislature, where                                                          the Massachusetts Hugh O’Brien Youth
dence in state government.”                                                                              entrenched incumbent come November.                Leadership group. Last month, he was
   A former selectman and School Committee           she voted against increases in the sales and          “The greatness of our country permits us
                                                     capital gains tax rates and in favor of elimi-                                                         appointed a commissioner of the Blackstone
member in her hometown, Callahan is a reg-                                                               the freedom to debate ideas, and elections pro-    River Valley National Heritage Corridor
istered nurse who also holds a Ph.D. in higher       nating the Bunker Hill and Evacuation Day           vide accountability to the voters,” Fattman
                                                     holidays. Moreover, she was the only member                                                            Commission.
education policy research and administra-                                                                said. “Not having had a significant opponent          As a member of the Legislature’s small
tion. A mainstream Democrat during her first         of her party to vote successively against two       in eight years, Representative Callahan
                                                     House speakers — Salvatore DiMasi and                                                                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                            Republican minority Peterson said he “con-
several years in the Legislature, Callahan has                                                           understands better than anyone that people         tinues to lead the charge against higher taxes
evolved into a party maverick, crusading for         Robert DeLeo.                                       are looking for change, and she is doing a
                                                        “In regard to the first speaker vote, my vote                                                       and fees, to reduce out of control spending
ethics reform and greater government trans-                                                              great job calculating what people want to hear     and to fight to protect local aid to cities and
parency  .                                           reflected a sincere desire to see us change the     in an election year. But election year epipha-
                                                     way we conduct ourselves and I believed we                                                             towns.”
   In the wake of well-documented allegations                                                            nies based on politics, not principles, do not        Because he once owned a small business,
of corruption and misconduct by several              needed new leadership committed to restor-          make you more independent, or government
                                                     ing integrity to the legislative process,” she                                                         Peterson said he understands that
high-ranking state lawmakers in 2008-09,                                                                 more accountable or ethical.”                      Massachusetts’ residents deserve a state gov-
Callahan filed wide-ranging ethics reform leg-       said.                                                 Indeed, he called the Sutton Democrat’s
                                                        Regarding the vote against DeLeo, Callahan                                                          ernment that creates an economically friend-
islation. Her proposals sought to apply the                                                              independent streak a relatively new develop-       ly environment.
state’s Open Meeting Law to the Legislature,         said she “objected to anointing a speaker           ment.
                                                     behind closed doors.”                                                                                     “The current business climate provides a
outlaw all financial contributions from lobby-                                                             “Until 2009, the year before an election,        reason for Massachusetts businesses to move
ists, strip legislators of their leadership privi-      Callahan noted during her almost eight           Jennifer Callahan's career voting record with
                                                     years in the Legislature she has helped secure                                                         and/or expand elsewhere,” he said. “Creating
leges if fined by the Ethics Commission or the                                                           indicted Speaker Sal DiMasi was 94 percent,”       an environment that is conducive to retaining
Office of Campaign Finance and eliminate so-         funds for several local projects.                   he said.
                                                        In Uxbridge, those include replacement of                                                           existing businesses and attracting new busi-
called “pay-to-play” loopholes.                                                                            Moreover, according to Fattman, Callahan         nesses is critical to the financial stability of
   Callahan said adoption of the Open Meeting        the Rice City Pond Dam, development of a            is somewhat guilty of hypocrisy as regards
                                                     new Youth Center, two new fire trucks and a                                                            our state.”
Law proposal remains a top priority    .                                                                 state funding of local projects.                      Peterson began his political career with a
   “We need to take the legislative process out      senior van, repair of flood control gates at          “Representative Callahan touts her record
                                                     River Bend Farm, replacement of bridges on                                                             five-year stint on the Grafton Planning Board.
of the backroom and bring it into the daylight                                                           of obtaining millions in state funding, while      In 1988, he was elected to that town’s Board of
for all to see,” she said. “As a matter of prac-     routes 16 and 122, and rehabilitation of senior     simultaneously excoriating earmarks, and
                                                     housing at Crown & Eagle and Centennial                                                                Selectmen, a position he held until resigning
tice, legislative caucuses, budget deliberations                                                         stating she will no longer take earmarks           to take his seat in the state Legislature.
and conference matters are routinely closed to       Court.                                              because they lead to unethical legislative
                                                        In Sutton, projects included restoration of                                                            “As a former local official, I understand the
the public. This lack of transparency only                                                               behavior,” he said. “Days after writing in to      most critical services are provided on a local
serves to fuel public mistrust and cynicism.”        Marion’s Camp, a solar project at the Sutton        The Tribune, she takes an earmark. You can-
                                                     Early Learning Center, grant funding for                                                               level,” he said. “Because our citizens depend
   The Legislature did enact ethics reform leg-                                                          not be for and against something at the same       so heavily on local services, it is imperative
                                                                                                                                ,
                                                                                                         time. This ‘do as I say not as I do’ approach to   that Beacon Hill lawmakers respect munici-
                                                                                                         legislating is destroying the public trust. One    palities and provide cities and towns with
                                                                                                         can't tout a position they currently are           local aid funding needed to maintain quality
                                                                                                         opposed to. As a representative of the people,     education and municipal services.”
                                                                                                         I wont speak out of both sides of my mouth.”




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BLACKSTONE VALLEY TRIBUNE                                                                                                                                                            Friday, June 11, 2010     • 11




                                                                            SPORTS
                    Nipmuc no match for Northbridge
           BY BRIAN AUSTIN                  Things went from bad to worse for
        SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
                                         the Warriors, as the first six
   NORTHBRIDGE             —      The    Northbridge batters in the second
Northbridge baseball team struck         inning all reached base — five of
early and often against Nipmuc in        which scored. Jake Ryan, Andrew
their second round game Monday       ,   Dupre and Tom Murphy all singled
June 7 in the Central Massachusetts      to load the bases. Matt Consigli
Division 2 Tournament.                   reached on an error, scoring Ryan.
   Warriors starting pitcher Chris       Mackintosh had another base hit,
DiLorenzo could not escape the sec-      this time scoring two. O’Donnell
ond inning without getting hooked        quickly had an RBI single of his
from the mound. DiLorenzo’s              own, for the second time in the
replacement, Josh Manning, fared         game. The end came early for
little better. And the top-seeded        DiLorenzo, having given up seven
Rams cruised to a 15-3 victory .         runs already and only getting three
   At first, things were looking pret-   outs. Manning, who had thrown for
ty shaky for Northbridge, having         nine innings Friday against Hudson
not played in a game for two and a       in the first round — throwing more
half weeks. Nipmuc took advantage,       than 135 pitches in the process —
jumping early off Evan Mackintosh.       was brought from center field to
Kelly Rooney led off with a single,      pitch. After striking out Sean
gapping between first and second         Kinahan, Ben Richards grounded
base. Tom Paine followed with a          out to second, scoring Mackintosh.
double to right field, putting two in       Mackintosh would continue to
scoring position. Manning ground-        help his own cause, hitting a two-
ed out to first base, but enough to      run double to left in the third and
score Rooney and give the Warriors       scoring Ryan and Consigli. At least
an early lead. Dan Geary drew a          several college scouts were attend-
walk, having runners on the cor-         ing the game, watching Mackintosh
ners with one out. But Mackintosh        pitch — holding radar guns and
settled down, striking out Colin         watching the lefty throw 84 mph
Neri and David Sperino to end the        fastballs. And while he did give up                                                                                                                      Brian Austin photo
inning.                                  two runs over 4 1/3 innings, his          A Northbridge batter takes his turn at the plate in the Rams’ postseason debut Monday, June 7 against Nipmuc. The No. 1-seed-
   The Rams struck back, putting up      offensive performance also left an        ed Rams moved on with the 15-3 victory.
three in the bottom of the inning.       impression: reaching base four
Tom Murphy drew a walk, and Matt         times, three hits and a walk, scoring
Consigli followed with a bomb to         four times and driving in four runs.       The Rams added five more runs in         ance in Hudson just three days earli-       of the game.
deep left-center. With no outfield          Mackintosh had one more shaky         the bottom of the fifth, continuing        er, he against the Rams gave up six           Matt Abrain relieved Mackintosh
fence at Northbridge, the ball kept      inning on the mound, the top of the      the offensive onslaught. Dupre start-      runs in 3 1/3 innings. New pitcher          in the fifth, finishing that inning
rolling farther and farther away —       fourth — which saw Nipmuc load           ed the inning with an infield single,      Tyler Helsel got Richards to ground         plus throwing the sixth, only giving
easily giving Consigli a two-run         the bases. Neri led off the frame        stole second, later reached third,         one back to the mound, and ran it to        up the one run. Ben Richards went
home run. Mackintosh helped his          with a base hit, DiLorenzo (now          and scored on a passed ball. Consigli      first for the out unassisted. But           from catching to pitching, and
own cause by following Consigli          playing first base) had a one-out        singled and later moved to second          Kinahan ran in from third on the            threw a scoreless seventh. Sperano
with a deep shot of his own.             walk, and Brian Ferrucci singled to      on a wild pitch, and Mackintosh                 ,
                                                                                                                             play giving Northbridge a 15-2 lead.        lined one straight to Kevin
However, the relay from deep right       be the third man on. Zack Wojtowicz      drew a walk. Consigli scored on an            Ferrucci would get on base after a       Emmerling, and Emmerling threw
stopped Mackintosh at third. He          flew out to center field, deep enough    RBI base hit by O’Donnell, and the         single with one out in the top of the       over to first to double off Neri —
would not stay there for long, as        to score Neri and give the Warriors      other two scored on a Kinahan triple       sixth, then score a few batters later       who had strayed too far from first
Greg O’Donnell singled to center         their second run. But Rooney             deep into the outfield. Manning was        after a misplay by the shortstop. The       base — to end the game.
and allowing Mackintosh to score.        popped out, ending the threat.           finally lifted, right before the           run was the third for the Warriors,
                                                                                  Kinahan triple. Unlike his perform-        and all they would have for the rest




Northbridge cruises against Bartlett in postseason opener
                BY BRIAN AUSTIN                    the right field line, well past the right fielder,
             SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
                                                   to clear the bases and wind up as an inside-
    WEBSTER — Northbridge’s softball team          the-park home run. The ninth batter of the
had to win three games out of its last four just                        ,
                                                   inning, Jenna Kelly grounded to third, ending
to make the Central Massachusetts Division 2       the inning — but not before Northbridge took
tournament.                                        an 8-1 lead.
    On Thursday June 3, the Rams sure did not
                ,                                    Bartlett’s first run came in during the bot-
look like a team that was not long ago was on      tom of the third, which halved a then 2-0
the edge of missing the tournament. No. 11         deficit. Katie Lavallee singled, later moved to
seed Northbridge jumped to an early lead and       second and scored on an error. Tori McIntyre
easily defeated host Bartlett 14-2.                and Lindsay Bond were in scoring position, as
    The sixth-seeded Indians saw their season      Bartlett threatened to take the lead, but
end at 12-7.                                       Bryana Poulin struck out to end the threat.
    The Rams had already scored one run in the     The Indians added another run in the bottom
first inning and another in the third — but        of the fourth, as Moulton helped her own
broke the contest wide open with six in the        cause by doubling to deep left field and scor-
fourth. The first six Northbridge batters          ing not too long later. After this, no Bartlett
reached base in the inning, five of which          runner reached third base safely   .
scored. Kim Cone led off the inning with a sin-      The Rams added six more runs late, three
gle off Makayla Moulton and stole second, but      each in the sixth and seventh innings. In the
was tagged out at third on a fielder’s choice,     sixth, Scherer struck again with a two-run
allowing Elli Smith to reach base. Haley           double, scoring Rymeski and Teressa
Young had a base hit, moving Smith to second.      Wickstrom. She would later move to third
Alyssa Dolson hit a pop up to a gap between        after an error, and score on a Cone grounder.
first and second, which was a little too diffi-      In the seventh, the first three runners
cult for the Indians’ fielders to make a play  .   (Young, Dolson, and Hartman) reached base
Smith scored after the ball dropped into shal-     and all later scored. Rymeski grounded to the
low right field, and Young scored after the        pitcher for the first out, but Moulton would
errant throw to home. Dolson would quickly         give up two more singles (to Wickstrom and
score, after Estelle Hartman doubled to deep       Scherer) before finally being lifted from the
left-center. Genni Rymeski reached base safe-      circle. Magla Barszcz came in to pitch the final                                                                                              Brian Austin photos
ly having runners on the corners for Brianna
  ,                                                two outs, both of which came via strikeout.                                          Bartlett’s Lindsay Bond fouls off a pitch.
Scherer. Scherer hit one deep enough down



                                                        PANTHERS RALLY FOR VICTORY




                                                                                                        David Dore photos
                                              LEFT TO RIGHT: Valley Tech pitcher Sean O’Rourke did well on the mound,
                                              racking up a few strikeouts. The Valley Tech team talks strategy between
                                              innings. Valley Tech’s Jim Bianci (1) warms up as teammate Greg Barlow
                                              takes his turn at bat.



     SPENCER — When the bottom of the third inning started,                         ,
                                                                     game Saturday June 5. But two RBI by Lucas Davis (one in             Davis’ seventh-inning RBI came when he was hit by a pitch
   the David Prouty baseball team was staring down the wrong         the third inning, the other to end the game in the seventh           with the bases loaded. No. 9-seeded Valley Tech’s season
   end of a 2-1 score against Blackstone Valley Tech during a        inning) brought the score to 3-2 and punched the fifth-seeded        ended with a 9-9 record.
   Central Massachusetts Division 2 Tournament first-round           Panthers’ ticket to a second-round contest with Auburn.
12 •   Friday, June 11, 2010                                                                                                                                                      BLACKSTONE VALLEY TRIBUNE




                                                         Calendar
                                                  or at the Uxbridge Town Hall.                     NORTHBRIDGE — The Whitinsville Social
FRIDAY                                            UXBRIDGE — A New England Country
                                                                                                    Library is pleased to have received a $900
                                                                                                    grant from the Massachusetts Department of
JUNE 11                                           Music Club Jamboree will be held from
                                                  12:30 to 5 p.m. at VFW Post 1385, Route 16. A
                                                                                                    Early Education and Care, through the local
                                                                                                    office of Beginning Bridges of Northbridge
                                                  spaghetti dinner will be served from 12:30 to     and Uxbridge.
UXBRIDGE — The Deborah Wheelock                   2:30 p.m. Dancing from 1-5 p.m. Contribution:     The grant will provide books and CDs for
Chapter DAR will meet at 1:30 p.m. at 17          $ 6 per person/after 2:30 p.m. members            adults who are participating in English
Arch St. Betsy Youngsma will speak about          $4/non-members        $6.    House     Band       as a second language (ESL) and English
how to preserve old photos.                       Mountaineer Family and Friends will per-          Language Learners (ELL). Other adults
                                                  form.                                             who are participating know English, but are
                                                                                                    studying to improve their writing and read-
SATURDAY                                          SUTTON — What better way is there to cele-
                                                  brate Father’s Day than with an old fash-
                                                                                                    ing skills.
                                                                                                    The ESL and ELL program offers one-on-one
 JUNE 12                                          ioned Strawberry Social? The social will
                                                  take place from 2-4 p.m. next to the 1757 farm-
                                                                                                    tutoring on a weekly basis at no charge. In
                                                                                                    addition, a conversation class is held weekly
                                                  house on Waters Road at Waters Farm in his-       on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at the library .
NORTHBRIDGE — “Heaven Now,” a day-                toric West Sutton. A generous serving of          The grant will allow the library to support
long marriage seminar, will be held at the        shortcake is $ 3.50 with a children’s size        literacy and to provide resources for those
Pleasant Street Church, 25 Cross St.              available for a $ 2 donation.                     wishing to learn English, or improve their
Whitinsville. The seminar will be presented
by Pastor Rick Larson of the Sierra Bible
                                                  In addition to the complimentary house
                                                  tours, volunteers will also lead visitors in
                                                                                                    English skills. New students are welcome.
                                                                                                    For information, call the library at (508) 234-
                                                                                                                                                          Levasseur completes
Church in Sonora, Calif., who founded the         old-fashioned children’s games. The pro-          2151, ext. 4.
seminar series in 2006 and has been giving it
all over the country since then. This is his
                                                  ceeds of this Strawberry Social will benefit
                                                  the continuing maintenance and restoration        REGION — The Adult Children of
                                                                                                                                                          basic training
first presentation in New England.                activities at Waters Farm, a living history       Alcoholics 12-step support group meets                  DOUGLAS — Air Force Reserve
The seminar discusses a biblical approach to      and education center.                             from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Mondays at the                 Airman 1st Class Megan Levasseur has
the marriage relationship based on                Directions can be found at www.waters-            Hopedale Unitarian Church, 65 Hopedale St.            graduated from basic military training at
Ephesians 5.                                      farm.com.                                         For more information, call Rose at (508) 234-         Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio,
The seminar is free and open to all; dona-                                                          9004.                                                 Texas.
tions to help defray expenses will be gladly
                                                                                                                                                            Levasseur completed an intensive, eight-
accepted. It goes from 8:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.          FRIDAY                                            REGION — Funding continues to be avail-
                                                                                                    able through the UniBank Pharmacy
                                                                                                                                                          week program that included training in
                                                                                                                                                          military discipline and studies, Air Force
Please register by calling the church office at                                                     Assistance Project. This project is
(508) 234-5268 or e-mail office@pscrc.org.
Also visit www.heavennowonline.com or
                                                  JUNE 25                                           designed to offset prescription drug costs for
                                                                                                    eligible individuals aged 60 and over living
                                                                                                                                                          core values, physical fitness, and basic
                                                                                                                                                          warfare principles and skills.
                                                                                                                                                            Airmen who complete basic training
www.pscrc.or/heavennow for more informa-          DOUGLAS — The Congo Bongo Cafe pres-              in one of the 11 Blackstone Valley towns of           earn four credits toward an associate in
tion and to listen to parts of the seminar.       ents Johnny J. Blair, Singer at Large,            Douglas, Uxbridge, Northbridge, Upton,                applied science degree through the
                                                  along with Samuel Bowen, 7:30 p.m. at the         Hopedale, Mendon, Blackstone, Millville,              Community College of the Air Force.
                                                  First Congregational Church of Douglas, 3         Sutton, Grafton or Millbury. Applicants
MONDAY                                            Common St., at the Junction of routes 16 and
                                                  96. Johnny, bass player for Monkee Davy
                                                                                                    must also meet financial qualifications.
                                                                                                    There is no application deadline, but once
                                                                                                                                                            She is daughter of Darlene and Michael
                                                                                                                                                          Levasseur of Worcester Road, Charlton.
                                                                                                                                                            Levasseur is a 2008 graduate of Douglas
JUNE 14                                           Jones, is a true recording artist, known for
                                                  his innovative brand of “pop music with a
                                                                                                    funding is depleted, the project may end.
                                                                                                    Tri-Valley, Inc. is a private, non-profit agency
                                                                                                    providing in-home and community based
                                                                                                                                                          High School.

                                                  twist,” a fast-paced mix of old school
UXBRIDGE — The Uxbridge Rotary Club’s             soul/rhythm and blues, psychedelia,               services in 25 towns in south central
annual golf outing will be held at the            punk/new wave, and a melodicism breathed          Massachusetts.
Whitinsville Golf Club, 179 Fletcher St.,                                                                                                               This is a project of the Northbridge
                                                  by classical, gospel, jazz, and world beat.       For information about services call Tri-
Whitinsville. The Whitinsville Golf Club is                                                                                                             Association of Churches.
                                                  Doors open at 7 p.m. There is a $3 admission      Valley’s free Help-Line at 1-800-286-6640 or go
a private club and the all-day event will                                                                                                               This program is for the uninsured. No
                                                  per person the night of the show and $2 in        the Website at www.trivalleyinc.org.
include both lunch and dinner for all golfers.                                                                                                          appointments needed.
                                                  advance.                                                                                              General comprehensive services and refer-
In addition, there will be prizes, “double or     Any questions, please call Sam at (508) 476-      REGION — For veterans struggling finan-
nothing” for hitting the 7th and 16th green                                                                                                             rals include general physicals, pap smears,
                                                  0022.                                             cially due to a job loss or decreased income,
and a charity raffle.                                                                                                                                   mammograms, lab testing resource, acute
                                                                                                    the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
The format will be Florida-style with a noon                                                                                                            illness care, counseling, medications, spe-
                                                                                                    offers an assortment of programs that can
                                                                                                                                                        cialist referral, chronic illness care. Also,
shotgun start. Cost per golfer is $125 and $500
for a foursome. Each golfer in the foursome       MONDAY                                            relieve the costs of healthcare or provide
                                                                                                    care at no cost.
                                                                                                                                                        referral for financial aid and prayer support
                                                                                                                                                        from 12 churches is available.
will play from the location of the best shot of                                                     Veterans whose previous income was ruled
the foursome.
If you would like to sponsor a hole, your
                                                  JUNE 28                                           too high for VA healthcare may be able to
                                                                                                    enter the VA system based upon a hardship
                                                                                                                                                        REGION — Co-Dependents Anonymous is
company name will be displayed on a golf                                                                                                                a 12-Step Fellowship of men and women
                                                  NORTHBRIDGE — State Rep. George                   if their current year’s income is projected to
ball sign on the course the day of the event.                                                                                                           whose common purpose is recovery from
                                                  Peterson, R-Grafton, will hold office             fall below federal income thresholds due to a
The cost to sponsor is $100.                                                                                                                            codependence and the development and
                                                  hours at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting         job loss, separation from service or some
Please contact Angel Moscatelli at                                                                                                                      maintenance of healthy relationships. The
                                                  at 7 p.m. at the Northbridge Town Hall. He        other financial setback.
angel@angelsrealty  .net or (508) 769-6041 if                                                                                                           group meets at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at
                                                  will be available to meet with constituents       Veterans determined eligible due to hard-
you are interested in taking part in this                                                                                                               Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster Street,
                                                  who have any questions or concerns.               ship can avoid co-pays applied to higher-
event or sponsoring a hole.                                                                                                                             Worcester. For more information, call Rose
                                                  If you need to contact Peterson and cannot        income veterans. Qualifying veterans may
The proceeds from this event will be used to                                                                                                            at (508) 234-9004.
                                                  come to office hours, he and his aide, David      be eligible for enrollment and receive health
fund the Uxbridge Rotary Club’s charitable        Muradian, can be reached at (617) 722-2100 or     care at no cost.
community programs including local schol-                                                                                                               REGION — The Salvation Army is here to
                                                  (508) 839.1000.                                   Also eligible for no-cost VA care are most vet-
arships.                                                                                                                                                help serve emergency needs in the
                                                                                                    erans who recently returned from a combat
                                                                                                                                                        Blackstone Valley. Services include assis-
                                                                                                    zone. They are entitled to five years of free
                                                                                                                                                        tance with food, clothing, utility payments

THURSDAY                                          UPCOMING/ONGOING                                  VA care. The five-year “clock” begins with
                                                                                                    their discharge from the military, not their
                                                                                                                                                        and heating needs. To find out how we can
                                                                                                                                                        help with your emergency needs, contact
                                                                                                    departure from the combat zone.
                                                  UXBRIDGE — The Uxbridge Basketball                                                                    Deb at Salvation Army services at (508) 342-
 JUNE 17                                          Camp will be held July 6-9 for boys and girls
                                                  ages 6-7. For more information, call Mark
                                                                                                    Each VA medical center across the country
                                                                                                    has an enrollment coordinator available to
                                                                                                    provide veterans information about these
                                                                                                                                                        7122. Leave your name and telephone num-
                                                                                                                                                        ber and your call will be returned.
NORTHBRIDGE — The Blackstone Valley               Donahue at (508) 278-8636.                        programs.
                                                                                                                                                        NORTHBRIDGE — Volunteers are needed
Chamber of Commerce Women’s Business                                                                Veterans may also contact VA’s Health
                                                  UXBRIDGE — Dave Hughes and the                                                                        to help adult learners improve their
Network series presents “Staying Nimble                                                             Benefits Service Center at 1-877-222 VETS
                                                  King’s Cats will perform benefit concerts                                                             English as part of the ESL and ELL pro-
with Interactive Marketing” from 11:30                                                              (8387) or visit the VA health eligibility
                                                  at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 12 and at 6 p.m. on                                                       grams at the Whitinsville Social Library If   .
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at UniBank, 49 Church St.,                                                        Website at www.va.gov/healtheligibility.
                                                  Sunday, June 13, at the Church of the                                                                 you are interested in becoming a one-on-one
Whitinsville. Presented by Ellen Duggan of
                                                  Nazarene, 130 Douglas St. Free admission.                                                             tutor, please call the library at (508) 234-2151,
Nichols College. Chamber members $15, non-                                                          HOPEDALE — A new Alzheimer’s
                                                                                                                                                        ext. 4.
members $20. Call (508) 234-9090 to register.                                                       Caregiver’s Support Group meets from
                                                  NORTHBRIDGE — The Whitinsville Social             9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on the second Thursday of
                                                  Library is offering an additional Story and                                                           UXBRIDGE — If you have not yet registered
                                                                                                    each month at Sacred Heart Church on
SUNDAY                                            Craft Time for ages 2-5, each Wednesday at
                                                  10 a.m. continuing through June. Please join
                                                                                                    Hopedale Street. For more information, call
                                                                                                    Cecelia Boatman at (508) 473-9600.
                                                                                                                                                        your child for kindergarten for the 2010-11
                                                                                                                                                        school year, please come to the Early
                                                                                                                                                        Learning Center, 11 Church St., as soon as
                                                  us each Wednesday or Thursday at 10 a.m.
 JUNE 20                                          DOUGLAS — Transfer station permits for
                                                                                                    NORTHBRIDGE — The Blackstone Valley
                                                                                                    Free Medical Program, dedicated to the
                                                                                                                                                        possible. Please bring your child’s birth cer-
                                                                                                                                                        tificate, immunization records and proof of
                                                  the period of March 1 to Sept. 1 are now                                                              residence. Call (508) 234-9164 for more infor-
UXBRIDGE — The Uxbridge VFW Post 1385                                                               memory of Dr. Robert Bajema, is held from 6-
                                                  available at the Board of Health office.                                                              mation.
will host a Fathers Day breakfast from 8-11                                                         8 p.m. on the second Monday of the month at
am. All World War II and Korean War veter-        Permit cost is $110 and $55 for those 65 and      Northbridge High School, 427 Linwood Ave.
ans eat for free. In addition, post members       older. Permits can be obtained Monday
will have a flag burning ceremony at 11 a.m.      through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Anyone who has a worn flag to dispose of          and 1:30 to 4 p.m. and Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m.
may drop it off at the VFW, American Legion




         To the Northbridge
        Rams softball team,
       which soundly defeat-
       ed Bartlett in the first
       round of the Districts.


                                                                                                       WHITINSVILLE RBIS WIN TOURNEY
                                                                                                       NORTHBRIDGE — Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Whitinsville RBIs Storm 12U AAU Baseball
                                                                                                       team won the ‘Winning Pitchers 2010 Memorial Day Tournament.
                                                                                                       The tournament consisted of some of the best AAU teams in the region. The RBIs won three out of
                                                                                                       four games and battled ‘Team Mass. Baseball in two slugfests to take the 2010 crown.
                                                                                                       Bottom row: James Rolleri, Isaiah Alvarado, Nick Dulac, Justin Stone, John Rolleri, Mark Flores.
                                                                                                       Middle row standing: Michael Rolleri, Josh Delsignore, Sean O’Bannon, Joe Michelin, Cody Barsotti
                                                                                                       and Zach Grant. Top row: Coaches Mark Rolleri, Tim O’Bannon and Carlo Barsotti. Missing from
                                                                                                       photo is coach Jim Stone.
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   NHS celebrates 143rd graduation ceremonies




     Waiting in line in the cafeteria just before marching downstairs to the field house for graduation cer-                                                                                  Thomas Mattson photos
     emonies were (from left) Kelly Buurma, Allyson Brown, Lauren Brodeur and Julia Broderick, each with       Several of the outstanding senior athletes included (from left) Nick Ducey, Ben Richards, Casey
     the class flower, a yellow carnation.                                                                     Hippert, John Perro and Matt Consigli.




              Valedictorian Danyelle Doldoorian.                                                                                A view from the balcony




                                                                                                                                   (From left) Flanking valedictorian Danyelle Doldoorian are salutatorian Andrea
                                                                                A proud mother salutes her son at graduation.      Monterotti (right) and third-place senior Caitlyn Labonte (left).
                  James Verdone directs the NHS Concert Band




    NHS                                       completely unpredictable.”
                                                                     ,
                                                 Noting the Friday June 4 com-
                                                                                              School Superintendent Susan
                                                                                          Gorky urged the class members
                                                                                                                                     mountain of life,” said valedictori-
                                                                                                                                     an Danyelle Doldoorian, “and
                                                                                                                                                                              said teacher Rene Lafayette had
                                                                                                                                                                              taught her and her classmates the
    continued from page   A1
                                              mencement in the Northbridge                “to stand up for what you believe          what an important section it has         importance of active citizenship.
    Choir and has enlisted as a rank-         Veterans Field House was the                in, remember ‘Rachel’s Challenge,’         been.” “Every bump, every slip,            “He taught me, and my fellow
    and-file Marine.                          143rd such event in the school’s            and lead your future with compas-          every time we just wanted to stop        classmates, that if you want to get
       The parents of both graduates          history (going back to 1867),               sion, kindness and an open heart.”         climbing, shaped us into the             something, you have to do some-
    were equally proud of their sons.         Gauthier spoke of the accomplish-             Salutatorian Andrea Monterotti           climbers, the people, we are today  .”   thing to get it,” she said. “In other
       In fact, Paula Ferreira held a         ments of the class of 2010 as “a            said, “there is no success without           “If we can look back at this sec-      words, success does not come to
    banner up in the side bleachers           community success.”                         meaning, friendship and happi-             tion of rock and realize that it took    you. You have to go to it.”
    proclaiming the graduation of                He urged the soon-to-be gradu-           ness.”                                     a combination of           personal        A total of 12 seniors received
    “Dante.”                                  ates to “approach life with passion           “We finally [made it to] senior          strength, will, and ability and the      Gold Medals, the school’s highest
       “Everybody calls him ‘Dante,’”         and intelligence no matter what             year,” said Monterotti, “the year          help of others to get us past this       academic award. Established in
    she said of her and Randy                 you do,” and he added that the stu-         we have been reaching toward               section, we will all be successful,”     1895, it is given to a student who
    Ferreira’s son.                           dents should also conduct their             ever since we said goodbye to our          Doldoorian said.                         achieves at least 104 credits of A-
       The announcement of another            personal lives the same way   .             parents and walked through the               She credited teachers, coaches,        minus or higher and no grade
    graduate’s name — Bruce Olson                “Life is perspective,” Gauthier          classroom door on our first day of         friends, family and loved ones for       below a C-minus.
    III — brought the house down. He          said.                                       kindergarten.”                             helping class members.                     The recipients were Toni
    could have just received a Rhodes            His first year as principal of the         “The past four years have been             “Whether it was by making us           Ambrogio,        Megan       Brochu,
    Scholarship to Oxford and he              high school has been “a humbling            full of beginnings and ends,” she          more knowledgeable about the             Danyelle Doldoorian, Nicholas
    might not have been heralded with         experience for me,” he reflected.           said, “and now it seems that the           world around us, by helping us           Ducey, Meagan Fleming, Gina
    as much enthusiasm.                          “Never forget where you come             end has managed to make a                  build time management or critical        Halabi, Caitlyn Labonte, David
       There are individuals everyone         from,” he told the class. “Visit us         greater impact on our memory   .”          thinking skills, by helping us find      Leon,      Cassandra       McGrath,
    seems to love way beyond any-             often. You know where to find us.”                    ,”
                                                                                            “Today Monterotti concluded,             our passion in life, or by giving us     Andrea Monterotti, Rachel Vera
    thing that person can compre-                But Gauthier’s words came                “we embark on an even bigger               a helping hand, they helped pre-         and Jarrett Weaner.
    hend.                                     toward the end of the proceedings.          journey .”                                 pare us for the real world,”
       As Northbridge High Principal             A lot of the ceremony preceded             “Our schooling up to this point          Doldoorian said.
    Michael Gauthier said, “life is           it.                                         is but a section of rock on the              The class of 2010’s top scholar
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   UHS speakers have math and science in common




       (Top, from left) Salutatorian Kelly Cotter and valedictorian Rebecca Brule, alongside (bottom, from                                                                                  Milanka Reardon photos
       left) Student Council President Katelyn O’Neil and class President Kymberly Kerr, are all headed to   Triplets Lisa, Jeffrey, and Samantha Copland pose before Uxbridge’s graduation ceremony.
       study math and science in area colleges next year.




       Track co-captains Andrew Chapin and Jeffrey Copland reminisce about running with the Spartans before Uxbridge’s graduation ceremony.



                                                                                                                                                  Graduates Andrew Jordan and Hailey Lefebvre attempt to cool
                                                                                                                                                  off in the high school cafeteria before the ceremony, which was
                                                                                                                                                  held in the gymnasium due to a stormy forecast for the ulti-
                                                                                                                                                  mately sunny day.




       Valedictorian Rebecca Brule picks up her flute to play with the Uxbridge
       High School Band one last time, along with other graduating band mem-
       bers.




                                                                                  ABOVE: Meghan Bernier delivers her rendition of
                                                                                  Carrie Underwood’s hit “Don’t Forget to Remember
                                                                                  Me” in Uxbridge.




                                                                                  AT LEFT: Uxbridge graduates decorated their caps
                                                                                  to commemorate Saturday morning’s graduation         Andrea Hession processes into the Uxbridge High School gymnasium along
                                                                                  ceremony.                                            with the other 103 graduates of the class of 2010.




   UHS                                        cut,” she said, before telling her
                                              class her solution to the problems.
                                                                                           “It is up to each and every one of
                                                                                        use to remember the in-between
                                                                                                                                  Calling graduation exciting and
                                                                                                                                bittersweet, Brule said she would
                                                                                                                                                                          ning studies in biomedical engi-
                                                                                                                                                                          neering at Rensselaer Polytechnic
   continued from page   A1
                                                 “It’s us,” she said. “We are the       moments,” she said. “Remember           miss retiring social studies              Institute in New York.
   plishments of her class, however.          future. We are the solution.”             all the little things that make up a    teacher Franceen Puckett.                   O’Neil is most excited to partici-
     “We have become the best at                 Salutatorian Kelly Cotter echoed       life.”                                    “She’s more than a teacher —            pating      in    “ground-breaking
   track without actually having              O’Neil’s sentiments.                         Class President Kymberly Kerr        she’s a friend,” she said. “She talks     research.”
   one,” she said, referencing                   “All of us have the ability to         spoke about the importance of           about more than government and              “I’ll be in a field that’s predomi-
   Southern       Worcester       County      accomplish any goal, no matter            memory in her speech as well.           politics. I’m so glad she was here        nantly male,” she said, but noted
   League championship teams in               how big or small,” she said, before          “We are all connected to these       for our senior year.”                     that she’s excited for the challenge,
   recent years, and other accom-             asking the members of the audi-           memories, though we will all go           Cotter has enrolled in the              having gained confidence during
   plishments in the areas of academ-         ence to set a goal, and then do           our own ways after today she  ,”        University of Rhode Island’s six-         her four years at UHS.
   ics, athletics, and fine arts.             everything they could to reach it.        said. “We are all a part of each        year doctoral program in pharma-            “Over the years I’ve learned
     Before she was forced to pause              Valedictorian Rebecca Brule            other’s lives, and no matter where      cy, also pursuing a minor in              what I’m good at, and that I can
   her speech, O’Neil had been speak-         reminded her classmates not to            we go, we will always be a part of      Spanish.                                  continue to grow,” she said.
   ing about the difficult circum-            forget the little moments along the       each other’s lives.”                      “I’m excited, and a little over-          Kerr is will study nursing at
   stances in which students of the           way  .                                                                            whelmed,” said Cotter. “I was in          Regis College in Weston, with a
                                                 “Like the oceans and the moun-                    TOP GRADS                                           ,
                                                                                                                                Spanish class one day and realized        goal of entering pediatric nursing.
   class of 2010 find themselves as
   they head out of high school and           tains, life can be broken up into           If there is one thing that all four   that every week I gave my speech            “I’m excited to experience some-
   into the real world.                       smaller things,” she said. “Not           graduation       speakers       from    on medicine. I realized the two           thing new — I’ve lived in Uxbridge
     “Soldiers are fighting in a war          everybody can remember the little         Uxbridge High School’s class of         together would be the perfect thing       all my life,” she said. “I’m interest-
   that seems to have no end, unem-           things.”                                  2010 have in common, it’s a com-        for my future.”                           ed in the medical field, and with
   ployment hovers around 10 per-                She noted that big moments —           mitment to math and science.              O’Neil, president of the Student        nursing, I’ll get to be with patients
   cent, oil is spilling into the Gulf at     like graduation — are often cap-            Brule will pursue studies in sec-     Council, will take the first step         and build more of a relationship
   an alarming rate, local aid is being       tured on camera. But the moments          ondary education and math at            toward fulfilling her goal of             with them.”
                                              in between are often forgotten.           Gordon College in Wenham.               becoming an engineer by begin-
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                               DHS bids adieu to class of 2010




                                                                                    Kristina Reardon photos
      DHS#2: Valedictorian Amanda Roper sings the National Anthem to kick-start Friday night’s cere-
      monies in Douglas.
                                                                                                              Douglas High School Class President Danielle Lombardi delivers the welcome address, extending a spe-
                                                                                                              cial welcome to two special audience members: Anna Madigar Resan and Nancy Vecchione Colonero,
                                                                                                              both graduates of the DHS class of 1935.




                                                                                                              The men of the Douglas High School class of 2010 listen intently as speeches are delivered by their
                                                                                                              peers.




       Anna Madigar Resan and Nancy Vecchione, commemorating the 75th anniversary of their gradua-
      tion from Douglas High School in 1935, hold flowers, a gift from the graduates, from their seats in
      the front row.




                                                                                 AT LEFT: Class Vice-President Emily Asp waits
                                                                                 under the arch to receive her diploma Friday night
                                                                                 in Douglas.

                                                                                 ABOVE: Alexander Comendul receives his diploma
                                                                                 Friday night at Douglas High School.

                                                                                 AT RIGHT: Lindsy Graichen, a member of the
                                                                                 Douglas High School graduating class, walks to the
                                                                                 podium to read an original poem, titled “Together
                                                                                 Forever.”




    DHS                                      quoting the guest of honor. “I bow
                                             before the sage advice of Mrs.
                                                                                       milestone — and by preparing to
                                                                                       head to a host of New England
                                                                                                                                  Lombardi agreed, telling her fel-
                                                                                                                                  low classmates: “Don’t be afraid to
                                                                                                                                                                           which she encouraged parents to
                                                                                                                                                                           reflect upon their own high school
    continued from page   A1
                                             Resan.”                                   schools in the fall, including             challenge the unknown and get            graduations and impart a piece of
    said.                                      Students from the class of 2010         Boston College, Emerson College,           involved in the activities and           advice they wish they’d known
      Lane invited both women to the         presented Resan and Colonero              Worcester Polytechnic Institute,           events you missed out on in high         then      to    their    graduates,
    ceremony after learning they             with bouquets of flowers, and             UMass      Amherst,       and       the    school.”                                 Salutatorian Jessica Slavin read
    would be celebrating the milestone       Principal Kevin Maines quipped:           University of Rhode Island.                  Lindsy Graichen read a poem            an original poem with a slightly
    anniversary of their high school         “Class of 2010, when you’re cele-                  ,
                                                                                         “Today we celebrate the past,                                        ,
                                                                                                                                  she wrote for the ceremony titled        different message than Graichen’s,
    graduations. She imparted advice         brating your 75th, will someone           but also the future,” said                 “Together Forever.”                      titled “Sen10rs” near the end of
    from Resan, telling the students         please call me? I would love to           Valedictorian Amanda Roper, who              “We are all here for one thing. /      the ceremony  .
    not to forget the lessons they           come. Of course, I’ll be 129 — so         also sang the national anthem at           One thing to share; / Never to for-         “We will not all be together, /
    learned in Douglas.                      someone’s going to have to come           the beginning of the ceremony     .        get, always to remember,” she            Here our paths will part ways,”
      “Now you should apply those les-       pick me up.”                                “Take advantage of all possible          read, “The people we have met /          she read. “But this is a beginning,
    sons in your life. Now you should          For now, members of this year’s         opportunities, and go down the             And the times we have shared. /          as well as an end, / Here’s to the
    put those into practice,” Lane said,     graduating class were happy to            path that is right for you,” she said.     Together forever, we are one.”           class of two thousand and ten.”
                                             take their first step toward such a         Class      President       Danielle        After delivering a speech in
16 •    Friday, June 11, 2010                                                                                                                                                              BLACKSTONE VALLEY TRIBUNE




               Blackstone Valley Tech graduates 260




                                                                                   With the class of 2010 looking on, top student Lindsey Beschi of Northbridge speaks during the Blackstone Valley Tech gradua-
                                                                                   tion ceremonies on Thursday night.
                                                                  Courtesy photo
       Victoria Schotanus of Northbridge is all smiles as she looks for a class-
       mate prior to the Blackstone Valley Tech graduation at the Hanover
       Theatre on Thursday night.


         REGION — Amidst challenging            Class of 2010 was the seventh
       economic times, the class of 2010        straight to have 100 percent of its
       from Blackstone Valley Regional          membership achieve competency
       Vocational Technical High School         proficiency on the Massachusetts
       has “an ocean of opportunities”          Comprehensive           Assessment
       ahead.                                   Systems tests.
         Within the splendid atmosphere             “We did have our shining
       of the Hanover Theatre in                moments of accomplishments,”
       Worcester on Thursday night,             said class President Haley
       June 3, the 260 Valley Tech stu-         Bouchard of Uxbridge, whose
       dents took the final steps of their      sense of humor brought forth
       secondary careers by receiving           much laughter from the more
       diplomas and certificate of occu-        than 2,300 people in attendance.
       pational proficiency during the          “We did many great community
       41st commencement exercises in           service projects, performed to our
       the system’s history.                    greatest     potential    on     the
         “We encourage you to take full         Advanced Placement tests, and
       advantage of the training, knowl-        had a huge success rate for stu-
       edge and skills you gained in your       dents accepted to their college of
       time      at     Valley     Tech,”       choice. We can now leave high
       Superintendent-Director Michael          school with a sense of accomplish-
       Fitzpatrick told the graduating          ment and relief knowing that it is
       seniors. “As Valley Tech gradu-          over and we have left our mark at
       ates, you are made of the same           BVT.”
       cloth — threads of a unique fab-           Nearly 65 percent of the gradu-
       ric.”                                    ating class is pursing some form of
         Guest speaker state Sen.               post-secondary education while
       Michael      Moore,    D-Millbury,       some 35 percent will enter directly       Class of 2010 President Haley Bouchard of Uxbridge draws a laugh from Principal Christopher Cummings (left) and
       encouraged the students to use           into the workplace or military .          Superintendent-Director Michael Fitzpatrick.
       their training and education to            “We are headed to many
       help them get ahead “despite fac-        places,” said National Honor             that although the class represent-        While the many accomplish-            is what I had to keep telling
       ing some of the toughest econom-         Society president Erica Poirier of       ed the 13 contiguous district mem-      ments of the Class of 2010 were         myself. I quickly learned that set-
       ic times since the Great                 Blackstone. “Some of us are going        ber towns it came together to           lauded, Honors Speaker Lindsey          ting goals is the key to success.”
       Depression.” He said they are well       to college, while others are enter-      “become the amazing class of            Beschi of Northbridge recalled            “Your education does not stop
       prepared because “you have               ing the workforce, and then there                               .
                                                                                         leaders we are today Those les-         how the students reached their          tonight,” Dr. Fitzpatrick said. “We
       attended one of the finest educa-        are those who we owe a big thank         sons learned were designed to           potential.                              hope we have instilled in you the
       tion institutions.”                      you to for their bravery, those          help us create a good life by find-        “I learned a lot about setting       desire to be life-long learners.
         Between senior night and grad-         entering the armed forces.”              ing a career path that made us          and achieving goals while at            Whatever problems you must
       uation, more than 450 awards and           Poirier quoted Dr. Seuss in say-              .
                                                                                         happy So my challenge is this: do       BVT,” Beschi said. “As a fresh-         solve, we know you will apply the
       scholarships were bestowed upon          ing, “And only you are the one           what you like and like what you         man, it was really hard to imagine      fortitude and inventiveness in
       the Valley Tech class of 2010,           who’ll decide where to go.”              do. If you do, I know all the rest      myself four years into the future,      finding solutions to what others
       including 70 John & Abigail                Student Council President              will fall into place.”                  but it was not impossible; and that     find insurmountable.”
       Adams Scholarship winners. The           Alyssa Hennessy of Mendon said




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National Grid unveils Whitinsville solar facility
                                               BY ANDY LEVIN                               more renewable [energy] to the New England
                                            TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
                                                                                           energy mix and take tangible action to help
  NORTHBRIDGE — National Grid has com-                                                     mitigate climate change.”
pleted construction of the state’s largest solar                                              On hand in Whitinsville for a ribbon-cut-
power site, a single-megawatt generation facil-                                            ting celebration May 27, Lieutenant Governor
ity at the utility’s New England Distribution                                              Timothy Murray lauded the project’s benefits.
Center warehouse in Whitinsville.                                                             “As Governor Patrick and our administra-
  The solar site is the first to be owned by a                                             tion continue to make strategic investments to
public utility company in the state, as part of                                            support innovation, job creation, and the
the 2008 Green Communities Act. Under the                                                  state’s long-term economic growth, we are
program, utilities are permitted to own as                                                 also investing in a clean, green and healthy
much as 50 megawatts of solar generation.                                                  future for our Commonwealth,” Murray said.
Last October, the company received permis-                                                 “The Green Communities Act supports our
sion from the state Department of Public                                                   efforts to encourage the use of clean technolo-
Utilities to begin design and construction of                                              gies, and our administration applauds
the renewable energy project. The                                                          National Grid’s leadership by installing the
Whitinsville facility is the first to go online,                                           first utility-owned solar generation facility in
but National Grid has four additional solar                                                the state.”
power projects in development across the                                                      Secretary of Energy & Environmental
state.                                                                                     Affairs Ian Bowles was also in attendance at
  The project is expected to cost approximate-                                             the Whitinsville event.
ly $6 million, according to National Grid, cost-                                              “I congratulate National Grid on this
ing ratepayers about a penny per month over                                                impressive solar installation — the largest in
two-decades.                                                                               the state and the first to be owned by an elec-
  “Completion of this facility is yet another                                              tric utility under the Green Communities
major milestone in helping to advance policy                                               Act,” he said. “This solar array consists of
objectives across the Commonwealth, develop                                                Massachusetts-made solar panels, installed by                                                                                                                                                   Courtesy photo
a greener local economy and use more clean                                                 Massachusetts firms and workers, generating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                A bird’s-eye view of National Grid’s solar system in Whitinsville.
energy in our day-to-day lives,” said Ed White,                                            clean, renewable energy for Massachusetts
vice president of Energy Products for                                                      consumers for years to come. This is what our
National Grid. “The project supports the solar                                             clean energy future looks like.”                                                            hour. If the panels were laid out end-to-end,              200 homes each year. Moreover, according to
industry both in materials and in construc-                                                   The facility consists of 4,683 photovoltaic                                              they would stretch almost five miles, accord-              National Grid, the system will reduce approx-
tion jobs within the state. We applaud the                                                 panels, each rated at 210 watts, located on the                                             ing to National Grid.                                      imately 1.3 million pounds of carbon from the
Patrick-Murray administration and the                                                      warehouse roof. Each panel weighs 41 pounds                                                   The solar generation facility is expected to             atmosphere each year.
Legislature for supporting programs such as                                                and can withstand the impact of a hailstone                                                 produce enough electricity to power almost
this. We are proud to be the first utility to add                                          traveling at a velocity of up to 52 miles per




Revamped Douglas rule takes effect next month
                                                                                 The town administrator need not                                              the assessors will continue to exer-                  abolished and the terms of the             men have often voiced their sup-
GOVERN                                                                        be a Douglas resident. The town                                                 cise all the duties and responsibili-                 elected incumbents ended. The              port for the current treasurer, col-
continued from page                             A1                            administrator must not have                                                     ties of a Board of Assessors.                         appointed town accountant hold-            lector and accountant. They have
                                                                              served in an elective position in                                                  The legislative act calls for                      ing office as of the start of the new      emphasized that the changes are
to expanded authority for a town                                              town for the previous 12 months.                                                appointment of a director of the                      format will become the director of         not directed at any current town
administrator, and a rearrange-                                                  Most of the duties of the town                                               Department of Municipal Finance.                      Municipal Finance. At the same             employee, but are intended to safe-
ment of the financial machinery of                                            administrator are the same as                                                      The town administrator will                        time, the appointed assistant asses-       guard the town’s interests in
the town.                                                                     those currently performed by                                                    appoint the director of Municipal                     sor holding office at the time of the      unforeseen circumstances that
   “A lot of hard wok went into                                               Guzinski.                                                                       Finance, who will be responsible to                   transition will become the princi-         may arise in the future.
this,” said Selectmen Chairman                                                   The Board of Selectmen may by    ,                                           the town administrator.                               pal assessor.                                The town treasurer and town col-
Michael Hughes. “It’s very good for                                           a vote of two-thirds of those mem-                                                 The requirements for the posi-                       The elected incumbents holding           lector will maintain the same
the community   .”                                                            bers present and voting, suspend                                                tion are a master’s degree, prefer-                   the offices of town treasurer and          salary and benefits as they received
   “I’ll be interested in how it                                              the town administrator.                                                         ably in accounting or business                        town collector will become the first       in their elected capacities and will
affects town government,” said                                                   The executive administrator                                                  administration. Professional expe-                    appointed town treasurer and town          be eligible to receive salary
Selectman Mitchell Cohen. “It’ll be                                           holding office as of the effective                                              rience must include at least three                    collector.                                 increases in the same manner as
good to hear what happens.”                                                   date of the legislative action                                                  years of full-time paid service in                      In the run-up to the new town            other non-union personnel.
   “We’ve been working two and a                                              (Chapter 145) will have the same                                                accounting or business administra-                    government arrangement, select-
half years on this,” he said. “Now                                            powers and duties of the town                                                   tion. Alternatively, five years of
let’s go back and look at some of                                             administrator and will continue to                                              similar professional experience
the other recommendations by the                                              serve for the remainder of his con-                                             and a bachelor’s degree in an
Town        Government         Study                                          tract.                                                                          appropriate discipline qualify an
Committee.”                                                                      Upon expiration of the term of                                               applicant. Seven years of appropri-
   “I’m extremely satisfied,” Cohen                                           the contract or sooner resignation,                                             ate experience can also qualify an
said of the new arrangement.                                                  the Board of Selectmen will                                                     applicant. The Board of Selectmen,
   The educational qualifications                                             appoint the town administrator.                                                 by a four-fifths vote, may waive the
for the town administrator position                                           The act does not preclude the                                                   education or experience require-                                                    “Specializes in Estate Planning”
include a master’s degree, prefer-                                            appointment of the current execu-                                               ments.
ably in public or business adminis-                                           tive administrator as town admin-                                                  The director of Municipal
tration. He or she must have at                                               istrator. Guzinski has served the                                               Finance may serve as the town
least three years of full-time, paid                                          town eight years as executive                                                   accountant.
executive service in public or busi-                                          administrator.                                                                     The finance director will be
ness administration.                                                             The       municipal        Finance                                           responsible for coordinating all
                 ,
   Alternatively five years or more                                           Department is perhaps the biggest                                               financial tasks required by the
of such professional experience                                               change in the new local govern-                                                 General Laws, town bylaws, admin-
and a bachelor’s degree in an
appropriate discipline qualifies an
                                                                              ment format.
                                                                                 It will be responsible for all fiscal
                                                                                                                                                              istrative codes and rules and regu-
                                                                                                                                                              lations.
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applicant. Or seven years or more                                             and financial activities of the                                                    Upon the effective date of the act,
of full-time paid service in public
or business administration quali-
                                                                              town, including what has hitherto
                                                                              been performed by the town
                                                                                                                                                              the positions of elected town treas-
                                                                                                                                                              urer and town collector will be
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                                                                    Postseason Scoreboard
                               Thursday June 3
                                          ,                              Saturday June 5
                                                                                   ,                               (2)Nipmuc 1, Leicester 0
                               Baseball, Division 2                      Baseball, Division 2                      (3)Groton-Dunstable 10, Northbridge 0
                               (4)Auburn 7, (13)Oakmont 0                (5)David Prouty 3, (12)Valley Tech 2      Softball, Division 3
                               Baseball, Division 3                      Softball, Division 1                      (2)Murdock 3, Quaboag 0
                               (9)Southbridge 6, (8)Worcester North 2    (5)Shrewsbury 9, (4)Tantasqua 7           (6)Uxbridge 2, (3)Assabet Valley 0
                               Softball, Division 2                      Softball, Division 3
                               (7)Leicester 5, (10)Millbury 4            (4)Valley Tech 7, (5)Worcester Tech 4               ,
                                                                                                                   Tuesday June 8
                               (9)Auburn 10, (8)Blackstone-Millville 0                                             Softball, Division 3
                               (11)Northbridge 13, (6)Bartlett 2         Monday June 7
                                                                                  ,                                (1)Monty Tech vs. Valley Tech, 3 p.m.,
                               (13)Oakmont 12, (4)Douglas 6 (10          Baseball, Division 2                      Hudson High School
                               innings)                                  (1)Northbridge 15, (9)Nipmuc 3
                               Softball, Division 3                      Auburn 14, David Prouty 9                             ,
                                                                                                                   Wednesday June 9
                               (7)Quaboag 12, (10)Maynard 8              Baseball, Division 3                      Baseball, Division 2
                                                                         (7)Douglas 5, (2)Hopedale 1               Northbridge vs. Auburn, 7 p.m.,
                                      ,
                               Friday June 4                             (1)West Boylston 17, Southbridge 16       Worcester Tech
                               Softball, Division 1                      Softball, Division 2                      Baseball, Division 3
                               (8)Holy Name 3, (9)Shepherd Hill 0        (1)Narragansett 1, Auburn 0               (3)St. Bernard’s vs. Douglas, 7 p.m.,
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                                                                                                             NORTHBRIDGE — The annual General
                                                                                                          NYSA meeting has been scheduled for 7 p.m.,
                                                                                                          Sunday June 13 in the selectmen’s room of the
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                                                                                                          the four positions, please e-mail Tom Wollen
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                                                                                                             All nominations need to be sent to Wollen
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                                                                                                          will result in a ballot election on this date.
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                                                         The big cod are in!
D
       ave Parker of Uxbridge took                                                     • The 200 Sportsmen’s Club will
       the first Clipper Fleet charter                                               hold its annual spring field day and
       available, along with his                               THE GREAT             clambake this Sunday, June 12.
                       .
buddy Craig Hovey They landed                                                        Ample free parking and dancing to a
numerous large cod in the 20-25-                                OUTDOORS             country band will highlight the
pound bracket, but did not hook into                                                 event. A full kitchen menu and
the huge cod that were being har-                                 RALPH              clambake with lobster will be avail-
vested a few days before. The 50-70-                                                                             .
                                                                                     able throughout the day This is a
pound cod taken a few days before                                 TRUE               well-attended annual event, so bring
aboard the Clipper Fleet were not                                                    along a few chairs and enjoy some
hitting on that day, but many             buy and the Westport River area in         great music and great food.
anglers walked off of the boat with       Massachusetts is not much better in          • Black bear are being spotted
plenty of fresh fish fillets.             reference to legal-size fish!                                      .
                                                                                     throughout the Valley One guy told
  • Stripers had arrived in large            • Freshwater fishing for trout and      me he saw one crossing near my
numbers this past weekend in and          salmon is starting to slow except for      home on Mendon Road recently and
around the Providence River. This         the diehard angler who has the             another was spotted by a different
writer managed to boat an impres-         patience and time to put into it! Now      resident off of Rock Meadow Road
sive 30-pound fish only to return a       that the spring stocking of salmon         just last week. If everyone leaves the
few days later and find slim pick-        and trout has been completed by the        bears alone they will move on, as
ings. It did not take long for the com-   state Division of Fisheries &              they are no real threat to humans
mercial fishing trawlers to deplete       Wildlife, you will need to wait for the    unless provoked. A recent tranquil-
the porgies (baitfish), which in turn     fall stocking for action to resume!        izing of a bear proved deadly for the
spoils the fishery for sportsmen.         Freshwater bass fishing remains            animal, as officials tried to move
Plenty of bluefish are mixed in with      very good!                                 him to another location. They are
the stripers, as this writer found out       • The Massachusetts Outdoor             best left alone.
on our last trip. Although they are       Exposition is being planned for              • Many deer have been killed in
not great table fare, they are fun to     Sunday Sept. 26, at the Hamilton
                                                  ,                                  the Valley; in fact, more than usual
catch. Some will disagree with me         Rod & Gun Club in Sturbridge.              at this time of year. It is a sure sign
on the eating of bluefish, but I do not   Archery, fishing, target shooting,         that the deer herd is growing. Stay
enjoy it.                                 firearms safety wild game tasting,
                                                          ,                          alert when driving. A deer can pop
  • Fluke fishing is still not great in   etc. are only a few of the activities.     out of the woods and into the path of
Rhode Island waters, but there are        Admission, parking and all activi-         your car at any given moment!
some nice fish being caught on a          ties are free! Be sure to mark your
daily basis. Don’t expect to fill your    calendar for this mammoth family              Take a Kid Fishing and Keep
daily bag limit of six fish if you are    event! For more information, visit         them Rods Bending!                                                                                           Courtesy photo
planning a trip for this tasty fish.      fawnsocity .com.                                                                           Dave Parker of Uxbridge with some of the cod he caught up north.
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Worcester Irish music festival and rock for autism this weekend
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         assachusetts prides itself on its terrif-
         ic outdoor music festivals, and the one
         causing the most buzz these days is                                        GETTING
the Worcester Irish Music Festival.
   The event runs June 11-13 this year and is                                       IN TUNE
already regarded as a “must-attend” event by
the region’s Irish-American community With .
great bands like Solas, ( which the Irish Echo                                        MARK
described as “the first truly great Irish band to                                   RENBURKE
arise out of America”), Canada’s ever popular
Glengarry Bhoys, the ballad-singing Makem
and Spain Brothers, the great U2 tribute band
Joshua Tree, and Prince Edward Island’s ris-         Green, Worcester
ing fiddle star Cynthia MacLeod. The Festival          *The Last Call Band, 9:30 p.m., The Irish
takes place at the Worcester Hibernian Center.       Times, 244 Main St., Worcester
On the Web: worcesteririshmusicfestival.com            *New Bay Colony, 9 p.m., Jillian’s of
   The second annual “Rock for Autism” bene-         Worcester, 315 Grove St., Worcester
fit concert will be held Saturday June 12 at the
                                 ,                     *The Wintons, 7 p.m., The Mill Church Cafe,
Oliver Ashton American Legion Post 343, 198          45 River St., Millbury
Church Ave. in Northbridge. Doors open at 5            *Killing Time, 9 p.m., Wales Irish Pub, Wales
p.m. for this all ages event that features live        *Rob Adams, 7- 1 p.m., Ugly Duckling loft @
music, food and drink, raffle drawings, and          The Whistling Swan Restaurant, Sturbridge
much more.                                             *McMurphys, 9 p.m., TJ O’Brien’s,
    Performing at this year’s fundraiser organ-      Sturbridge
ized for the non-profit Autism Speaks founda-          *Tall Heights, 8:30 p.m., Playa Del Carmen,
tion are four musical groups, each having            Sturbridge
diverse backgrounds into their specific musi-          *THE GROOVE STREET BAND, 9 p.m., The
cal genres. One of the acts on the bill is a band             ,
                                                     Cannery 12 Crane, Southbridge, $8
consisting of four siblings from Connecticut           *Songwriter       Sessions      with     Lisa
called Scarlet Fade. The band features high-         Martin/Kristen Graves/Marc VonEm/Guy-
energy pop-rock music combined with the              Michael Grande, 7:30 pm., The Vanilla Bean,
                                                     Pomfret, Conn., $5                                                                                 Solas
positive message that the band has been deliv-
ering at various church functions, fairs and                                                              Laurel House, Dayville, Conn.                     Greendale’s Pub, Worcester
                                                                SATURDAY, JUNE 12                           *Johnny Press Mess, 9 p.m., The Lake
fundraisers throughout the Northeast area.
The band has been professionally recorded,             *CRUSH, 8 to 11 p.m., Statz Bar & Grill,           Tavern, Dayville, Conn.                                       THURSDAY, JUNE 17
and currently has a new album out entitled           North Brookfield                                                                                         *Brett Brumby, 7 p.m., Point Breeze,
“The Faithful And The Bruised,” which is               *Charlie Johnson, 8 p.m., Granville’s Pub, 40                   SUNDAY JUNE 13
                                                                                                                                                            Webster
available       on      their      Web        site   Chestnut St., Spencer                                  *Instagators, 4-8 pm, Wales Irish Pub (pavil-     *Bad Tickers, 8 p.m., Statz Sports Bar &
www.scarletfade.com, as well as iTunes.                *White Rose Confession, 9 p.m., TJ                 ion), Wales                                       Grill, North Brookfield
Scarlet Fade takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. Also       O’Brien’s, Sturbridge                                  *Rock House 6 (The Center of Hope Family          *Rob Adams, 6-10 p.m., Ugly Duckling loft @
on the bill is Around The Corner with their            *Rob Adams, 7-11 p.m., Ugly Duckling loft @        Festival Fundraiser), 12 p.m., Hylands            The Whistling Swan Restaurant, Sturbridge
great renditions of Classic Rock tunes at 9          The Whistling Swan Restaurant, Sturbridge            Orchard, Sturbridge                                 *Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic World, 7:30 p.m.,
p.m. The Spare Parts Band closes out the show          *Rock for Autism w/ Brodie, Scarlet Fade,            *Dead Aces, Stomping Ground & TBA, 6:30         Applebee’s, Sturbridge
playing their style of “Outlaw Blues” at 10:45       Around the Corner, Spare Parts, 6 p.m.,              p.m., Mill Street Brews, Southbridge                *Open Mic w/ROAD, 8 p.m., The Village
p.m., and opening the night will be the              American Legion, Northbridge, $15/Children             *Jake Armerding, 7 p.m., The Vanilla Bean,      Lounge, Route 171, Woodstock, Conn.
Alternative Rock sounds of Brodie at 6 p.m.          under 12 free                                        Pomfret, Conn., $15
Admission is $15, and tickets will be available                                            ,
                                                       *EQUINOX, 9 p.m., The Cannery 12 Crane,              *Blues Jam w/Bootsy and Da Funk, 3- p.m.,           If you’re a live act that would like to be fea-
at the door the day of the show.                     Southbridge, $5                                      Chooch’s, North Brookfield                        tured, know of someone else who is, or simply
                                                       *All Folked Up, 9 p.m. to 12 a.m., Upper Deck        *Open Mic w/Rick Harrington Band, 3 p.m.,       want to let us know about an upcoming gig, e-
              FRIDAY, JUNE 11                        Sports Bar & Grill, 377 Stetson Road, Barre          Cady’s Tavern, 2168 Putnam Pike, West             mail me at the address below. Events must be
  *Mark Renburke, 8-11 p.m., Statz Bar &               *Mark Renburke, 8:30 p.m., Chuck’s                 Glocester, R.I.                                   within 10 miles of the readership area and sub-
Grill, North Brookfield                              Steakhouse, Auburn                                                                                     mitted to me by 7 pm Thursday of each week to
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                                                                                  LEGALS
    NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF                  MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE                       MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE OF                   MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE
                 REAL ESTATE                            By virtue and in execution of the Power                       REAL ESTATE                             By virtue and in execution of the Power
By virtue and in execution of the Power of        of Sale contained in a certain mortgage             By virtue and in execution of the Power of        of Sale contained in a certain mortgage
Sale contained in a certain mortgage given        given by Jessica Magnant and Ian Casucci            Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given        given by John A. Taylor to “MERS”, Mortgage
by Timothy J. Cox a/k/a Timothy Cox               to Mortgage Electronic Registration                 by Ralph True to Mortgage Electronic              Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., a sep-
a/k/aTimothy J. Cox, Sr. Patricia A. Cox a/k/a    Systems, Inc. ("MERS") acting solely as             Registration Systems, Inc., dated September       arate corporation that is acting solely as
Patricia Cox to Old Merchants Mortgage,           nominee for Lender (Countrywide Home                30, 2004 and recorded with the Worcester          nominee for New Century Mortgage
Inc., dated January 19, 2006 and recorded         Loans, Inc.) and Lender's successors and            County (Worcester District) Registry of           Corporation, “Lender”; and its successors
with the Worcester County (Worcester              assigns, dated December 31, 2001, and               Deeds at Book 34740, Page 1 as affected by        and assigns dated October 16, 2006 and
District) Registry of Deeds at Book 38574,        recorded in the Worcester County                    Partial Release of Mortgage dated October         recorded with the Worcester County
Page 152 as affected by the Loan                  (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in           15, 2007, recorded on November 19, 2007 in        (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds, in
Modification Agreement dated May 30, 2008,        Book 25641, Page 38, which mortgage was             Book 42084, Page 185 of which the                 Book 40072, Page 261, of which mortgage
recorded at Worcester County (Worcester           assigned to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP            Mortgage the undersigned is the present           the undersigned is the present holder, for
District) registry of Deeds Book 43228, page      f/k/a Countrywide Home Loans Servicing,             holder by assignment for breach of the con-       breach of the conditions of said mortgage
196 of which mortgage Wells Fargo Bank,           L.P. by assignment dated March 5, 2010, and         ditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose      and for the purpose of foreclosing the same
N.A., as Trustee for the Structured Asset         recorded in the Worcester County                    of foreclosing same will be sold at Public        will be sold at Public Auction at 12:00
Securities Corporation Mortgage Pass-             (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in           Auction at 10:00 AM on July 1, 2010 at 91         Noon, on June 18, 2010, on the premises
Through Certificates, Series 2006-OPT1 is         Book 45552, Page 49, of which mortgage the          Quaker Highway, Uxbridge, MA, all and sin-        known as 330 Mendon Street, Upton,
the present holder by assignment, for breach      undersigned is the assignee and the present         gular the premises described in said              Massachusetts, the premises described in
of the conditions of said mortgage and for the    holder, for breach of the conditions of said        Mortgage, to wit: The land in said Uxbridge,      said mortgage, together with all the rights,
purpose of foreclosing, the same will be sold     mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing,        with the buildings thereon, situated on the       easements, and appurtenances thereto, to
at Public Auction at 4:00 PM on June 18,          the same will be sold at public auction at          westerly side of Quaker Highway, bounded          wit:
2010, on the mortgaged premises located at        12:00 P.M. on Wednesday the 7th day of              and described as follows: BEGINNING at the        THE LAND SITUATED ON MENDON ROAD
108 Main Street, East Douglas, MA , all and       July, 2010, on the mortgaged premises               Northeasterly corner of the premises herein       IN THE TOWN OF UPTON, COUNTY OF
singular the premises described in said mort-     located at Unit 4D, Strathmore Shire                described on the Westerly line of said            WORCESTER, COMMONWEALTH OF
gage, TO WIT: A certain parcel of land, with      Condominium, 4 Strathmore Shire Road,               Highway and at land now or formerly of            MASSACHUSETTS, MORE PARTICULAR-
the building thereon of every nature and          Uxbridge, Massachusetts, all and singular           Walter G. Brown, said point of beginning          LY BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOL-
description and all the privileges and appur-     the real estate described in said mortgage as       being 26 feet Southerly from a                    LOWS:
tenances thereto belonging, situated in Town      follows:                                            Massachusetts Highway Bound. THENCE               BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH-
of Douglas, County of Worcester,                        "...the following described property locat-   Westerly with said Brown land, 550 feet,          EASTERLY SIDE OF SAID MENDON ROAD
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, all as             ed in WORCESTER County, Massachusetts:              more or less, to land now or formerly of          IN SAID TOWN OF UPTON, SAID POINT
shown on a plan entitled, "Plan of Land in        see attached legal description                      William A. L. Bazely; THENCE Southerly with       BEING 20.33 FEET FROM A WORCESTER
Douglas, Mass, surveyed for Gertrude M                     Exhibit A - Property Description           said Bazely land, 200 feet; THENCE Easterly       COUNTY HIGHWAY BOUND OPPOSITE
Brule dated December 24, 1982, Robert F.          Closing date: December 31, 2001                     with land, now or formerly of said Brown, 545     STATION 12+29.73, SAID POINT ALSO
Pare, Land Surveyor, Southbridge, Mass.,          Borrower(s): Jessica Magnant and Ian                feet more or less, to the Westerly line of said   BEING THE NORTHWESTERLY CORNER
and recorded with Worcester District              Casucci                                             Quaker Highway; THENCE Northerly with the         OF LOT “B” AS SHOWN A PLAN HERE-
Registry of Deeds, Plan Book 502 Plan 101,        Property Address: 4 Strathmore Shire Road,          Westerly line of said Quaker Highway 200          INAFTER REFERRED TO:
"further bounded and described as follows:        #4D, Uxbridge, Massachusetts 01569                  feet to the point of beginning. The above         THENCE N 68° 28 30” E, 341.12 FEET TO A
BEGINNING at an iron pipe on the Northerly        Condominium Unit No. 4D of that certain             premises are hereby conveyed subject to an        POINT AT OTHER LAND OF THE
side of the Worcester County Highway              condominium known as the Strathmore Shire           easement given to the Town of Uxbridge for        GRANTOR;
Layout of Main Street ( Route 16) at the          Condominium situated in Uxbridge,                   the purpose of maintaining a water hole.          THENCE N 22° 08 32” W, 232.24 FEET BY
Southeast corner for tract herein described:      Worcester County, Massachusetts, created            Hereby releasing a life estate in the above-      SAID GRANTORS OTHER LAND TO A
THENCE Westerly along the Northerly side          by Master Deed dated October 2, 1985,               described premises as recited in deed dated       POINT;
of Main Street along a curve to the left, hav-    recorded with the Worcester District Registry       August 25, 1998 and recorded in Worcester         THENCE S 69° 47 20” W, 337.36 FEET BY
ing a radius of Two Thousand Three Hundred        of Deeds in Book 8972, Page 69, as amend-           District Registry of Deeds, Book 20360, Page      OTHER LAND OF THE GRANTOR TO A
Fifty-five and Fifty-eight Hundredths             ed, together with the percentage interest in        316. Being the same premises as conveyed          POINT ON THE EASTERLY SIDE OF SAID
(2355.56) feet and a length of Thirty-six and     the common areas and facilities of said con-        to the Grantor by deed of Stephanie T. Crook,     MENDON ROAD;
Sixty-two Hundredths (36.62) feet to a            dominium appertaining to said Unit as pro-          dated August 25, 1998 and recorded with the       THENCE S 20° 12 40” E, 81.66 FEET TO A
Worcester Highway Bound opposite station          vided for in said Master Deed, as amended.          Worcester District Registry of Deeds, Book        WORCESTER COUNTY HIGHWAY BOUND
12.31.47: THENCE South 70 degrees of 56           Said premises are conveyed together with            20360, Page 316. For title see deed recorded      OPPOSITE STATION 13+69.23; THENCE
minutes 10 seconds, West along the                the exclusive right and assessment to use           herewith. 34739-387 On information and            SOUTHERLY BY SAID MENDON ROAD BY
Northerly side of Main Street, a distant of       the deck, bulkhead and balcony shown on             belief there is excepted that portion of said     CURVE WITH A RADIUS OF 2970 FEET,
seventy-six and Eighty-five Hundredths            the Phase Plan recorded in Plan Book 549,           land described as follows: A certain parcel of    FOR A DISTANCE OF 138.01 FEET;
(76.85 feet to an iron pipe; THENCE North 15      Plan 10.                                            land situated in the town of Uxbridge,            THENCE S. 22° 52 25” E., 20.33 FEET BY
degrees 53 minutes 10 seconds, West along         Said premises are subject to the following          Worcester County, Massachusetts. Said par-        SAID MENDON ROAD TO THE POINT OF
land, now or formerly of Scoody Mobil Pipe        encumbrances:                                       cel is shown as parcel a on a plan by heritage    BEGINNING.
Line, a distance of One Hundred Sixty-one         1. The provisions of Massachusetts General          design group, dated July 31, 2007 and is          CONTAINING 80,362.20 SQUARE FEET OF
and forty Hundredths (161.40) feet to an iron     Laws, Chapter 183A, easements, restric-             bounded and described as follows:                 LAND, MORE OR LESS, AND BEING THE
pipe; THENCE North 73 degrees 09 minutes          tions, covenants, reservations, terms and           Beginning at the most Westerly corner of the      SAME PREMISES SHOWN AS LOT “A” ON
30 seconds, East along land of Magnolia           conditions contained or referred to in said         parcel to be described at land now or former-     A PLAN ENTITLED “LAND OF W. VINCENT
Pipeline Co., a distance of Sixty-eight and       Master Deed, as amended, and the                    ly of Walklewiecz & Ahern and land now or         POWERS, UPTON, MASS., JUNE 29, 1983”,
Thirty-five Hundredths (68.35) foot to a drill    Declaration of Trust of the Strathmore Shire        formerly of Nabil & Hyderfarooq and at the        ANDREWS SURVEY AND ENGINEERING,
hole in a corner of walls; THENCE North 88        Condominium Trust dated October 2, 1985             most Northerly corner of Lot 1 as shown on        RECORDED WITH THE WORCESTER DIS-
degrees 38 minutes 50 seconds, East along         and recorded with said Deeds in Book 8972,          the aforementioned plan; Thence N                 TRICT REGISTRY OF DEEDS, PLAN BOOK
a stone wall and said Pipeline Co., a distance    Page 20, as amended.                                10°13'18" E, a distance of 200.94 feet by         510, PLAN 28.
of Seventy-four and                Seventy-one    Being the same premises conveyed to the             land now or formerly of Walkiewiecz & Ahern       FOR TITLE REFERENCE SEE DEED IN
Hundredths (74.71) feet to a drill hole;          Mortgagors by Deed of Amy J. Alberta dated          to a point at land now or formerly of Leduc       BOOK 9219 PAGE 43.
THENCE South 4 degrees 36 minutes 10              December 28, 2001 and recorded herewith             and now or formerly of Bishop; Thence S           Terms of Sale: These premises are being
seconds, East along land, now or formerly of      as Instrument No. 215933                            81°45'03" E, a distance of 274.05 feet by         sold subject to any and all unpaid real estate
one smith, a distance of One Hundred Thirty-      A deed from Amy J. Alberta to Jessica               land of said Bishop to a point at Lot 2 as        taxes, water rates, municipal charges and
nine and Ninety-two Hundredths (139.92)           Magnant and Ian Casucci to be recorded.             shown on the aforementioned plan; Thence S        assessments,        condominium       charges,
feet to the point BEGINNING Parcel 1 a cer-       which has the address of 4 STRATHMORE               10°39'15" W, a distance of 201.47 feet by         expenses, costs, and assessments, if appli-
tain tract of land containing one half acre,      SHIRE          ROAD        #4D,     UXBRIDGE        said Lot 2 to a point at Lot 1; Thence N          cable, federal tax liens, partition wall rights,
more or less, situated at Boston-Hartford         Massachusetts 01569- ("Property Address");          81°39'05" W, a distance of 272.51 feet by Lot     statutes, regulations, zoning, subdivision
Road, in what is called Centreville, in                 TOGETHER WITH all the improvements            1 to the point of beginning. The above-           control, or other municipal ordinances or
Douglas,        County        of     Worcester,   now or hereafter erected on the property, and       described parcel contains 54,947 square feet      bylaws respecting land use, configuration,
Massachusetts, and bounded as follows:            all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures          more or less. As evidenced by a Partial           building or approval, or bylaws, statutes or
Northerly and Easterly by land now or for-        now or hereafter a part of the property. All        Release dated October 15, 2007 and record-        ordinances regarding the presence of lead
merly or Eilpha Rawson Estate; Southerly by       replacements and additions shall also be            ed with said Deeds in Book 42084, Page            paint, asbestos or other toxic substances,
the road leading from Douglas Center to East      covered by this Security Instrument. All of         185. The premises are to be sold subject to       sanitary codes, housing codes, tenancy, and
Douglas Village; and Westerly by land for-        the foregoing is referred to in this Security       and with the benefit of all easements, restric-   , to the extent that they are recorded prior to
merly of Elsi M. Arnold. Parcel II A certain      Instrument as the "Property". . ."                  tions, building and zoning laws, unpaid taxes,    the above mortgage, any easements, rights
tract of land situated in the central part of           Said premises will be sold subject to         tax titles, water bills, municipal liens and      of way, restrictions, confirmation or other
Douglas, opposite the "Old Road Lot" con-         and/or with the benefit of any and all restric-     assessments, rights of tenants and parties in     matters of record.
taining One-eight acre, more or less. Parcel      tions, easements, improvements, covenants,          possession. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of           Purchaser shall also bear all state and coun-
ID # 171-26 For mortgagor's title see deed        outstanding tax title, municipal or other pub-      FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND 00                      ty deeds excise tax. The deposit of $5,000.00
recorded with the Worcester County                lic taxes, assessments, liens or claims in the      CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a certified      is to be paid in cash or bank or certified
(Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in         nature of liens, and existing encumbrances          check or bank treasurer’s check will be           check at the time and place of the sale, with
Book 7648, Page 23, and Book 17842, page          of record created prior to the mortgage, if any     required to be delivered at or before the time    the balance of the purchase price to be paid
96. These premises will be sold and con-          there be.                                           the bid is offered. The successful bidder will    by bank or certified check within thirty (30)
veyed subject to and with the benefit of all            Said premises will also be sold subject to    be required to execute a Foreclosure Sale         days after the date of the sale, to be deposit-
rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements,   all leases and tenancies having priority over       Agreement immediately after the close of the      ed in escrow with Guaetta and Benson, LLC,
right of ways, covenants, liens or claims in      said mortgage, to tenancies or occupations          bidding. The balance of the purchase price        at 229 Billerica Road, Chelmsford,
the nature of liens, improvements, public         by persons on the premises now or at the            shall be paid within thirty (30) days from the    Massachusetts.
assessments, any and all unpaid taxes, tax        time of the said auction which tenancies or         sale date in the form of a certified check,       In the event that the successful bidder at the
titles, tax liens, water and sewer liens and      occupations are subject to said mortgage, to        bank treasurer’s check or other check satis-      foreclosure sale shall default in purchasing
any other municipal assessments or liens or       rights or claims in personal property installed     factory to Mortgagee’s attorney. The              the within described property according to
existing encumbrances of record which are in      by tenants or former tenants now located on         Mortgagee reserves the right to bid at the        the terms of this Notice of Sale and/or the
force and are applicable, having priority over    the premises, and also to all laws and ordi-        sale, to reject any and all bids, to continue     terms of the Memorandum of Sale executed
said mortgage, whether or not reference to        nances including, but not limited to, all build-    the sale and to amend the terms of the sale       at the time of the foreclosure, the Mortgagee
such restrictions, easements, improvements,       ing and zoning laws and ordinances.                 by written or oral announcement made              reserves the right to sell the property by fore-
liens or encumbrances is made in the deed.              THE TERMS OF SALE: FIVE THOU-                 before or during the foreclosure sale. If the     closure deed to the second highest bidder or,
TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of TEN THOU-             SAND and 00/100 ($5,000.00) DOLLARS                 sale is set aside for any reason, the             thereafter, to the next highest bidders, pro-
SAND DOLLARS ($10,000.00) by certified or         will be required to be paid by bank or certified    Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to   viding that said bidder shall deposit with said
bank check will be required to be paid by the     check only by the purchaser at the time and         a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser       attorney, the amount of the required deposit
purchaser at the time and place of sale. The      place of sale, and the balance of the pur-          shall have no further recourse against the        as set forth herein within five (5) business
balance is to be paid by certified or bank        chase price shall be paid by bank or certified      Mortgagor,      the    Mortgagee      or    the   days after written notice of the default of the
check at ABLITT|SCHOFIELD, P.C., 304              check in or within thirty five (35) days there-     Mortgagee’s attorney. The description of the      previous highest bidder.
Cambridge Road, Woburn, Massachusetts             after with Attorneys Stanton & Davis, 1000          premises contained in said mortgage shall         Other terms, if any, are to be announced at
01801, other terms and conditions will be         Plain Street, Marshfield, Massachusetts.            control in the event of an error in this publi-   the sale.
provided at the place of sale. The description    The successful bidder at the sale of the            cation. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE.              Present holder of said mortgage
of the premises contained in said mortgage        premises shall be required to sign a                Other terms if any, to be announced at the
shall control in the event of an error in this    Memorandum of Sale of Real Property By              sale. The Bank of New York Mellon Trust           Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as
publication. OTHER TERMS, IF ANY, TO BE           Auctioneer containing the above terms at the        Company, National Association fka The Bank        Trustee for Morgan Stanley ABS Capital I Inc.
ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. Present holder             Auction sale.                                       of New York Trust Company, N.A. as succes-        Trust 2007-NC2, Mortgage Pass-Through
of said mortgage, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as            Other terms, if any, to be announced at       sor to JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. as Trustee        Certificates, Series 2007-NC2
Trustee for the Structured Asset Securities       the time and place of the sale.                     for RAMP 2004RS11 Present Holder of said          by its Attorneys
Corporation        Mortgage       Pass-Through          SIGNED: BAC Home Loans Servicing,             Mortgage, By Its Attorneys, Orlans Moran          Guaetta and Benson, LLC
Certificates, Series 2006-OPT1 By its             LP f/k/a Countrywide Home Loans Servicing,          PLLC P.O. Box 962169 Boston, MA 02196             Peter V. Guaetta, Esquire
Attorneys,       ABLITT|SCHOFIELD,         304    L.P., Present Holder of Said Mortgage, By:          Phone: (617) 502-4100 6/4/2010 6/11/2010          P.O. Box 519
Cambridge Road, Woburn, Massachusetts             STANTON & DAVIS, As its Attorneys, FROM             6/18/2010                                         Chelmsford, MA 01824
01801 Telephone: 781-246-8995 Fax: 781-           THE OFFICES OF: Jon S. Davis, Esquire,                                                                May 24, 2010
246-8994                                          STANTON & DAVIS, 1000 Plain Street,                 June 4, 2010
5/28/2010 6/4/2010 6/11/2010                      Marshfield, MA 02050, (781) 834-9181                June 11, 2010                                     May 28, 2010
96.2153                                           (1253-4308-1209F /Magnant)(06-11-10, 06-            June 18, 2010                                     June 4, 2010
May 28, 2010                                      18-10, 06-25-10)(252001)                                                                              June 11, 2010
June 4, 2010                                      June 11, 2010
June 11, 2010                                     June 18, 2010
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                                                                                     LEGALS
                                                       NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF                         MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE OF                     NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF
Continued from page 3                                                REAL ESTATE                                           REAL ESTATE                                       REAL ESTATE
     Commonwealth of Massachusetts                  By virtue and in execution of the Power of            By virtue and in execution of the Power of             By virtue and in execution of the Power
                 The Trial Court                    Sale contained in a certain mortgage given            Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given        of Sale contained in a certain mortgage
          Probate and Family Court                  by John J. Doyle, Jr. and Elaine H. Doyle to          by Darrin J. Kirk and Kathleen M. Kirk w/s/a      given by John P. Grady to Mortgage
    Worcester Probate and Family Court              Champion Mortgage, A Division of KeyBank              Kathleen Kirk to Mortgage Electronic              Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., dated
                225 Main Street                     National Association, dated April 13, 2006            Registration Systems, Inc., dated February        January 5, 2007 and recorded with the
             Worcester, MA 01608                    and recorded with the Worcester County                12, 2007 and recorded with the Worcester          Worcester County (Worcester District)
          Docket No. WO10P1567GD                    (Southern District) Registry of Deeds at Book         County (Worcester District) Registry of           Registry of Deeds at Book 40479, Page 319,
            NOTICE AND ORDER:                       38831, Page 304, of which mortgage                    Deeds at Book 40680, Page 161 of which the        of which mortgage BAC Home Loans
         Petition for Appointment of                Beneficial Massachusetts Inc. is the present          Mortgage the undersigned is the present           Servicing, LP is the present holder, for
             Guardian of a Minor                    holder by assignment, for breach of the con-          holder by assignment for breach of the con-       breach of the conditions of said mortgage
               In the interests of                  ditions of said mortgage and for the purpose          ditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose      and for the purpose of foreclosing, the same
                  Taylor R Cael                     of foreclosing, the same will be sold at Public       of foreclosing same will be sold at Public        will be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 a.m. on
              of Whitinsville, MA                   Auction at 10:00 AM on June 18, 2010, on              Auction at 10:00 AM on June 24, 2010 at 45        June 21, 2010, on the mortgaged premises
                      Minor                         the mortgaged premises located at 14 Pine             Lake Street, Uxbridge, MA, all and singular       located at 16 Hartness Road, Unit 2,
  NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES                  Street, Whitinsville, MA , all and singular the       the premises described in said Mortgage, to       Wampus Greens Condominium, Sutton,
1. Hearing Date/Time: A hearing on a                premises described in said mortgage, TO               wit: The land with the buildings thereon locat-   Worcester County, Massachusetts, all and
Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a           WIT: Certain parcel of land, with the buildings       ed on the southeasterly side of Lake Street in    singular the premises described in said mort-
Minor filed on 05/18/2010 by Sheryl Robbins         thereon and all the privileges and appurte-           Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts         gage,
of Charlton City, MA will be held 06/15/2010        nances thereto belonging, situated on the             shown as lot 3R on a plan entitled,               TO WIT:
08:30 AM Motion                                     easterly side of Pine Street, in the Village of       "Canterbury Hills Revised Plan of Land in         The Unit known as Unit No. 2 at 16 Hartness
Located COURT ROOM 8, Worcester                     Whitinsville, in the Town of Northbridge,             Uxbridge, Mass. Prepared for Blackstone-          Road ('Building') in Sutton, Worcester
Probate Court, 225 Main Street, Worcester,          Worcester County, Massachusetts and being             Chicago Corporation," scale: 1"=40, dated         County, Massachusetts, in the Wampus
MA 01608                                            more particularly bounded and described as            June 27, 1994 drawn by Andrews Survey and         Greens Condominium, a condominium
2. Response to Petition: You may respond            follows: Beginning at the southwesterly cor-          Engineering Inc., which plan is recorded in       established by the Grantor pursuant to
by filing a written response to the Petition or     ner thereof at a point on the easterly side of        the Worcester District Registry of Deeds Plan     Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter
by appearing in person at the hearing. If you       said Pine Street and at the Northwesterly             Book 683 as Plan 103. The land is more par-       183A, by Master Deed dated September 30,
choose to file a written response, you need to:     corner of land now or formerly of the Whitin          ticularly bounded and described as follows:       1985 and recorded with Worcester County
     File the original with the Court; and          Machine Works; thence N. 76 degrees E., by            Beginning: at a point on the southeasterly        Worcester District Registry of Deeds in Book
     Mail a copy to all interested parties at       said land now or formerly of the Whitin               line of Lake Street, said point being the most    9013, Page 157 which Unit is shown on the
least five (5) business days before the hear-       Machine Works, 140 feet to a point; thence N.         northerly corner of the lot herein described:     floor plans of the Building filed simultaneous-
ing.
                                                    14 degrees W., by land now or formerly of             THENCE: S. 54 degrees 45' 43" E, 247.66           ly with said Master Deed in said Registry of
3. Counsel for the Minor: The minor (or an
                                                    Barnes, 50 feet, more or less, to land now or         feet to a point; THENCE: S. 77 degrees 44'        Deeds simultaneously with said Master Deed
adult on behalf of the minor) has the right to
                                                    formerly of John B, Dunbar, Jr.; Thence S. 76         26" W., 157.00 feet to a point; THENCE: N. 56     in said Registry Of Deeds and on the copy of
request that counsel be appointed for the
                                                    degrees W., by land now or formerly of John           degrees 04' 23" W., 89.86 feet along Lot 3R       the portion of said plans attached to the first
minor.
                                                    B. Dunbar, Jr.; 140 feet to said Pone Street;         as shown on said plan to a point; THENCE:         Unit Deed of said Unit, to which was affixed
4. Presence of the Minor at Hearing: A
                                                    Thence S. 14 degrees E., 50 feet, more or             N. 61 degrees 43' 32" W., 58.67 feet continu-     the verified statement of a registered archi-
minor over age 14 has the right to be present
                                                    less, by said Pine Street, to the place of            ing along said Lot 1R to a point on the south-    tect in the form required by Section 9 of said
at any hearing, unless the Court finds that it is
                                                    beginning. Being the same property con-               easterly line of Lake Street; THENCE:             Chapter 183A.
not in the minor’s best interests.
                                                    veyed from Peter G. Livingston to John J.             Northeasterly by a curve to the right the         Reference is also made to plan Book 543,
THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: An important
court proceeding that may affect your rights        Doyle, Jr. and Elain H. Doyle in a deed               radius of whose arc is 352.10 feet, a curved      Plan 21 and Plan 20.
has been scheduled. If you do not understand        recorded on 5/20/1994 in book 16302 page              distance of 66.32 feet along the southeaster-          For mortgagor's title see deed recorded
this notice or other court papers, please con-      394 containing 7,000 square feet of land,             ly line of Lake Street to a point; THENCE: N.     with Worcester County (Worcester District)
tact an attorney for legal advice.                  more or less. For mortgagor's title see deed          41 degrees 03' 52" E., 59.00 feet along the       Registry of Deeds in Book 18252, Page 267.
                           Stephen G. Abraham       recorded with the Worcester County                    southeasterly line of street to the point of           These premises will be sold and con-
                             Register of Probate    (Southern District) Registry of Deeds in Book         beginning. Said lot 3R contains 23,544            veyed subject to and with the benefit of all
Date: May 18, 2010                                  16302, Page 394. These premises will be               square feet of land, more or less, according      rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements,
                                                    sold and conveyed subject to and with the             to said plan. Subject to easements, restric-      covenants, liens or claims in the nature of
June 11, 2010                                       benefit of all rights, rights of way, restrictions,   tions, takings, covenants, reservations, con-     liens, improvements, public assessments,
                                                    easements, right of ways, covenants, liens or         ditions, and agreements running with the          any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens,
   NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF                    claims in the nature of liens, improvements,          land if any of record in so far as the same are   water and sewer liens and any other munici-
                 REAL ESTATE                        public assessments, any and all unpaid                now in force and applicable. The premises         pal assessments or liens or existing encum-
     By virtue and in execution of the Power of     taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and sewer         are to be sold subject to and with the benefit    brances of record which are in force and are
Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by       liens and any other municipal assessments             of all easements, restrictions, building and      applicable, having priority over said mort-
Michael F. McCain and Cheryl M. Murray to           or liens or existing encumbrances of record           zoning laws, unpaid taxes, tax titles, water      gage, whether or not reference to such
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,           which are in force and are applicable, having         bills, municipal liens and assessments, rights    restrictions, easements, improvements, liens
Inc., dated August 17, 2007 and recorded            priority over said mortgage, whether or not           of tenants and parties in possession. TERMS       or encumbrances is made in the deed.
with the Worcester County (Worcester                reference to such restrictions, easements,            OF SALE: A deposit of FIVE THOUSAND               TERMS OF SALE:
District) Registry of Deeds at Book 41686,          improvements, liens or encumbrances is                DOLLARS AND 00 CENTS ($5,000.00) in                    A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00)
Page 78, of which mortgage SunTrust                 made in the deed. TERMS OF SALE: A                    the form of a certified check or bank treasur-    Dollars by certified or bank check will be
Mortgage, Inc. is the present holder, for           deposit of TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS                       er's check will be required to be delivered at    required to be paid by the purchaser at the
breach of the conditions of said mortgage and       ($10,000.00) by certified or bank check will          or before the time the bid is offered. The suc-   time and place of sale. The balance is to be
for the purpose of foreclosing, the same will       be required to be paid by the purchaser at            cessful bidder will be required to execute a      paid by certified or bank check at Harmon
be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 a.m. on          the time and place of sale. The balance is to         Foreclosure Sale Agreement immediately            Law Offices, P.C., 150 California Street,
June 25, 2010, on the mortgaged premises            be paid by certified or bank check at                 after the close of the bidding. The balance of    Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to
located at 85 Balm of Life Spring Road,             ABLITT|SCHOFIELD, P.C., 304 Cambridge                 the purchase price shall be paid within thirty    P.O. Box 610389, Newton Highlands,
Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts,          Road, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801, other              (30) days from the sale date in the form of a     Massachusetts 02461-0389, within thirty (30)
all and singular the premises described in          terms and conditions will be provided at the          certified check, bank treasurer's check or        days from the date of sale. Deed will be pro-
said mortgage,                                      place of sale. The description of the premis-         other check satisfactory to the Mortgagee's       vided to purchaser for recording upon receipt
TO WIT:                                             es contained in said mortgage shall control in        attorney. The Mortgagee reserves the right to     in full of the purchase price. The description
The land with buildings thereon, situated in        the event of an error in this publication.            bid at the sale, to reject any and all bids, to   of the premises contained in said mortgage
the Town of Uxbridge, County of Worcester,          OTHER TERMS, IF ANY, TO BE                            continue the sale and to amend the terms of       shall control in the event of an error in this
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, located on           ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. Present holder                 the sale by written or oral announcement          publication.
the northerly of South Street and the easterly      of said mortgage, Beneficial Massachusetts            made before or during the foreclosure sale. If         Other terms, if any, to be announced at
side of Ironstone Street, being shown on a          Inc. By its Attorneys, ABLITT|SCHOFIELD,              the sale is set aside for any reason, the         the sale.
plan of land entitled, ''Plan of Land owned by      304       Cambridge          Road,       Woburn,      Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to            BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP
Albert A. Mowry, Uxbridge, Mass., October           Massachusetts 01801 Telephone: 781-246-               a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser                      Present holder of said mortgage
1973, Scale: 1 inch = 40 feet,'' and recorded       8995 Fax: 781-246-8994                                shall have no further recourse against the
with the Worcester District Registry of Deeds       5/28/2010 6/4/2010 6/11/2010                          Mortgagor,       the    Mortgagee       or  the                           By its Attorneys,
in Plan Book 392, Plan 67, to which a more          38.0370                                               Mortgagee's attorney. The description of the                   HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
particular description may be had.                  May 28, 2010                                          premises contained in said mortgage shall                             150 California Street
Being the same premises conveyed to                 June 4, 2010                                          control in the event of an error in this publi-                        Newton, MA 02458
Mortgagors by Deed recorded with said               June 11, 2010                                         cation. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE.                                       (617) 558-0500
Registry of Deeds in Book 37063, Page 289.                                                                Other terms if any, to be announced at the                            200912-1901 - GRN
     For mortgagor's(s') title see deed record-                 COMMONWEALTHOF                            sale. Chase Home Finance LLC Present              May 28, 2010
ed with Worcester County (Worcester District)                     MASSACHUSETTS                           Holder of said Mortgage, By Its Attorneys,        June 4, 2010
Registry of Deeds in Book 37063, Page 289.                           LAND COURT                           Orlans Moran PLLC P.O. Box 962169                 June 11, 2010
     These premises will be sold and con-              DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                      Boston, MA 02196 Phone: (617) 502-4100
veyed subject to and with the benefit of all        (SEAL) Case No. 09 MISC 395199                        6/4/2010 6/11/2010 6/18/2010                               THE COMMONWEALTH OF
rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements,     To:                                                   June 4, 2010                                                   MASSACHUSETTS
covenants, liens or claims in the nature of         Elizabeth S. Moore                                    June 11, 2010                                                     LAND COURT
liens, improvements, public assessments,            and to all persons entitled to the benefit of         June 18, 2010                                        DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT
any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens,    the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.                                                                    (SEAL)        Case No. 425338
water and sewer liens and any other munici-         Bank of New York as Trustee for the                               COMMONWEALTH OF                       To:
pal assessments or liens or existing encum-         Certificate Holders of CWABS 2004-05                               MASSACHUSETTS                        Cynthia L. Boucher a/k/a
brances of record which are in force and are        Claiming to be the holder of mortgage                                 LAND COURT                        Cynthia L. Boucher Lahhoud
applicable, having priority over said mort-         Covering real property in Sutton, numbered                DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                 and to all persons entitled to the benefit of
gage, whether or not reference to such              11 Coldspring Drive, Unit B in Building 11                      Case No. 10 MISC 425038                 the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
restrictions, easements, improvements, liens        in Phase XI of the Woodburyville Heights              To:                                               PNC Mortgage, a division of PNC Bank, N.A
or encumbrances is made in the deed.                Condominium Given by Elizabeth S.                     John C. Doiron Therese J. Doiron                  successor by merger to National City
TERMS OF SALE:                                      Moore to "MERS", Mortgage Electronic                  and to all persons entitled to the benefit of     Mortgage, a division of National City Bank
     A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00)         Registration Systems, Inc., a separate                the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act: GMAC         claiming to be the holder of a Mortgage cov-
Dollars by certified or bank check will be          corporation that is acting solely as nomi-            Mortgage, LLC claiming to be the holder of        ering real property in Upton, numbered 158
required to be paid by the purchaser at the         nee for Full Spectrum Lending, Inc.,                  mortgage covering real property in Uxbridge,      Westboro Road given by Cynthia L. Boucher
time and place of sale. The balance is to be        "Lender"; and its successors and                      numbered 127 Douglas Pike given by John           Lahhoud to National City Mortgage a division
paid by certified or bank check at Harmon           assigns, dated April 12, 2004, and record-            C. Doiron and Therese J. Doiron to Mortgage       of National City Bank, dated February 27,
Law Offices, P.C., 150 California Street,           ed at the Worcester County (Worcester                 Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. dated       2007, and recorded with the Worcester
Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to          District) Registry of Deeds in Book 33293,            October 05, 2004, Recorded with the               County (Worcester District) Registry of
P.O. Box 610389, Newton Highlands,                  Page 177, and now held by plaintiff by                Worcester County (Worcester District)             Deeds at Book 40772, Page 98 has filed with
Massachusetts 02461-0389, within thirty (30)        assignment; has filed with said court a com-          Registry of Deeds in Book 34808, Page 248,        said court a complaint for authority to fore-
days from the date of sale. Deed will be pro-       plaint for authority to foreclose said mortgage       and now held by plaintiff by assignment has       close said mortgage in the manner following:
vided to purchaser for recording upon receipt       in the manner following: by entry and pos-            filed with said court a complaint for authority   by entry and possession and exercise of
in full of the purchase price. The description      session and exercise of power of sale. If you         to foreclose said mortgage in the manner fol-     power of sale.
of the premises contained in said mortgage          are entitled to the benefits of the                   lowing: by entry and possession and exercise           If you are entitled to the benefits of the
shall control in the event of an error in this      Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and you               of power of sale. If you are entitled to the      Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as amend-
publication.                                        object to such foreclosure you or your attor-         benefits of the Servicemembers Civil Relief       ed and you object to such foreclosure you or
     Other terms, if any, to be announced at        ney should file a written appearance and              Act and you object to such foreclosure you or     your attorney should file a written appear-
the sale.                                           answer in said court at Boston on or before           your attorney should file a written appear-       ance and answer in said court at Boston on
                SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.             the 5th day of July, 2010 or you may be for-          ance and answer in said court at Boston on        or before JUL 19 2010 or you may be forever
               Present holder of said mortgage      ever barred from claiming that such foreclo-          or before July 05, 2010 or you may be forev-      barred from claiming that such foreclosure is
                                                    sure is invalid under said act.                       er barred from claiming that such foreclosure     invalid under said act.
                          By its Attorneys,         Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief Justice              is invalid under said act. Witness, KARYN F.           Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief
               HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.             of said Court this 21st day of May, 2010.             SCHEIER Chief Justice of said Court on May        Justice of said Court on JUN 04 2010.
                      150 California Street         Attest:                                               20, 2010.                                         Attest:
                       Newton, MA 02458                                 DEBORAH J. PATTERSON              Attest:       Deborah J. Patterson, Recorder                        DEBORAH J. PATTERSON
                           (617) 558-0500                                              RECORDER                                   (618.4115)(6/11/2010)                                      RECORDER
                      200910-2009 - ORE                             (MOORE )(06-11-10)(251933)            June 11, 2010                                                                 201002-1164-GRY
May 28, 2010                                        June 11, 2010                                                                                           June 11, 2010
June 4, 2010
June 11, 2010
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                                                                                   LEGALS
                                                    place of sale, and the balance of the pur-        ing organization located in Douglas,               POINT OF BEGINNING.
Continued from page 4                               chase price shall be paid by bank or certified    Worcester County, said Commonwealth;               CONTAINING 3.658 ACRES ACCORDING
                                                    check in or within thirty five (35) days there-   Whitinsville Water Company, in care of             TO SAID PLAN.
 MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE                    after with Attorneys Stanton & Davis, 1000        Attorney Dennis F. Gorman of Fletcher, Tilton      SOURCE OF TITLE: BOOK 9974, PAGE 87,
      By virtue and in execution of the Power       Plain Street, Marshfield, Massachusetts.          & Whipple, P.C., now or formerly of                (RECORDED 11/17/1986.)
of Sale contained in a certain mortgage             The successful bidder at the sale of the          Worcester,       Worcester    County,   said          For mortgagor's(s') title see deed recorded
given by Michael J. Simmons to Washington           premises shall be required to sign a              Commonwealth; Naylor’s Kitchen, Bath &             with Worcester County (Worcester District)
Mutual Bank, FA, dated February 16, 2007,           Memorandum of Sale of Real Property By            Interiors, Inc. and Howlett Lumber Co., Inc.,      Registry of Deeds in Book 9974, Page 87.
and recorded in the Worcester County                Auctioneer containing the above terms at the      both in care of Attorney Edmond A. Neal, III          These premises will be sold and conveyed
(Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in           Auction sale.                                     of Neal Law Firm, LLP, now or formerly of          subject to and with the benefit of all rights,
Book 40702, Page 360, which mortgage was                 Other terms, if any, to be announced at      Sturbridge,      Worcester    County,   said       rights of way, restrictions, easements,
assigned to Bank of America, National               the time and place of the sale.                   Commonwealth;          Commonwealth        of      covenants, liens or claims in the nature of
Association as successor by merger to                    SIGNED: Bank of America, National            Massachusetts (Department of Revenue –             liens, improvements, public assessments,
LaSalle Bank NA as trustee for WAMU                 Association as successor by merger to             Child Support Enforcement Division), located       any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens,
Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series           LaSalle Bank NA as trustee for WAMU               in    Chelsea,      Suffolk   County,   said       water and sewer liens and any other munici-
2007-OA3 Trust by assignment dated April            Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series         Commonwealth; or their heirs, devisees,            pal assessments or liens or existing encum-
20, 2009, and recorded in the Worcester             2007-OA3 Trust, Present Holder of Said            legal representatives, successors and              brances of record which are in force and are
County (Worcester District) Registry of             Mortgage, By: STANTON & DAVIS, As its             assigns;                                           applicable, having priority over said mort-
Deeds in Book 44203, Page 31, of which              Attorneys, FROM THE OFFICES OF: Jon S.                                                               gage, whether or not reference to such
mortgage the undersigned is the assignee            Davis, Esquire, STANTON & DAVIS, 1000                  Whereas, two (2) complaints have been         restrictions, easements, improvements, liens
and the present holder, for breach of the con-      Plain Street, Marshfield, MA 02050, (781)         presented to said Court by the Town of             or encumbrances is made in the deed.
ditions of said mortgage and for the purpose        834-9181                                          Sutton, in the County of Worcester, and said       TERMS OF SALE:
of foreclosing, the same will be sold at public     (2139-2455-109F /Simmons)(06-11-10, 06-           Commonwealth, to foreclose all rights of              A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00 )
auction at 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday the 7th           18-10, 06-25-10)(252000)                          redemption from the tax lien proceedings           Dollars by certified or bank check will be
day of July, 2010, on the mortgaged premis-         June 11, 2010                                     described in said complaints in and concern-       required to be paid by the purchaser at the
es located at Unit 2, Trowbridge                    June 18, 2010                                     ing two (2) certain parcels of land situate in     time and place of sale. The balance is to be
Condominium, 107-111A Church Street,                June 25, 2010                                     said Sutton, in the County of Worcester, and       paid by certified or bank check at Harmon
Northbridge, Massachusetts, all and singu-                                                            in said Commonwealth, bounded and                  Law Offices, P.C., 150 California Street,
lar the real estate described in said mortgage         MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE OF                  described in said complaints as follows:           Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to
as follows:                                                         REAL ESTATE                                                                          P.O. Box 610389, Newton Highlands,
      "...the following described property locat-   By virtue and in execution of the Power of        No. 09TL139506                                     Massachusetts 02461-0389, within thirty (30)
ed in the COUNTY of WORCESTER:                      Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given            Property: Land containing about .28            days from the date of sale. Deed will be pro-
THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION IS ATTACHED                   by Gregory P. Giemza and Brenda C. Giemza         acres +/-. Location: 56 Highland View Drive.       vided to purchaser for recording upon receipt
HERETO AS A SEPARATE EXHIBIT AND IS                 to      Mortgage Electronic Registration          Assessor’s Map / Parcel: Map 0012, Lot             in full of the purchase price. The description
MADE A PART HEREOF.                                 Systems, Inc., dated August 4, 2006 and           00292 Registry of Deeds Book 13093, Page           of the premises contained in said mortgage
         Exhibit A - Property Description           recorded with the Worcester County                63.                                                shall control in the event of an error in this
Closing date: February 12, 2007                     (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in                                                            publication.
Borrower(s): Michael J. Simmons                     Book 39530, Page 91 of which the Mortgage         No. 09TL139745                                        Other terms, if any, to be announced at the
Property Address: 107-111A Church Street            the undersigned is the present holder by              Property: Land containing about .58            sale.
#2, Northbridge, MA 01534                           assignment for breach of the conditions of        acres +/-. Location: 277 Manchaug Road.                    U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
Unit No. 2 (the "Unit") of Trowbridge               said Mortgage and for the purpose of fore-        Assessor’s Map / Parcel: Map 0048, Lot 0065                   AS TRUSTEE FOR MASTR ASSET
Condominiums in Northbridge, Worcester              closing same will be sold at Public Auction at    Registry of Deeds Book: 12678, Page 240.              BACKED SECURITIES TRUST 2006-NC1
County, Massachusetts (the "Condominium")           9:00 AM on July 8, 2010 at 36 Sheryl Drive,                                                                         Present holder of said mortgage
created pursuant to a Master Deed dated             Northbridge, MA, all and singular the premis-          If you desire to make any objection or                                       By its Attorneys,
December 28, 2005, and recorded in the              es described in said Mortgage, to wit: That       defense to said complaint you or your attor-                       HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
Worcester District Registry of Deeds (the           certain piece or parcel of land, and the build-   ney must file a written appearance and an                                     150 California Street
"Registry") in Book 38152, Page 158, as             ings and improvements thereon, known as           answer, under oath, setting forth clearly and                                  Newton, MA 02458
amended, which Unit is shown on the floor           36 Sheryl Drive located in the Town of            specifically your objections or defense to                                         (617) 558-0500
plans recorded with the Master Deed dated           Northbridge, County of Worcester, and             each part of said complaint, in the office of                                  200710-2657 - YEL
December 29, 2005 and recorded with the             Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and being          the Recorder of said Court in Boston (at the        June 4, 2010
Registry in Plan Book 836, Plan 82, and also        more particularly described in a Deed             Courthouse located on 226 Causeway                 June 11, 2010
on the plan attached hereto to which is                                                               Street, Boston, MA 02114), on or before the        June 18, 2010
                                                    recorded on 09/09/1994 in Book 16564,
affixed a verified statement in the form pro-       Page 66 of the Worcester County Land              twelfth day of July in the year two thousand
vided by Chapter 183A of the Massachusetts                                                            and ten.                                                       COMMONWEALTH OF
                                                    Records. For title reference see Deed record-
General Laws.                                                                                              Unless an appearance is so filed by or for                 MASSACHUSETTS
                                                    ed September 9, 1994 in Book 16564, Page
Said Unit is conveyed together with:                                                                  you, your default will be recorded, the said                       LAND COURT
                                                    66. The premises are to be sold subject to
1. An undivided 20 percentage interest in the                                                         complaint will be taken as confessed and you          DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT
                                                    and with the benefit of all easements, restric-
Common Elements as defined in said Master                                                             will be forever barred from contesting said        (SEAL)        Case No. 410030
                                                    tions, building and zoning laws, unpaid taxes,
Deed and the exclusive right and easement                                                             complaint or any judgment entered thereon.         To
                                                    tax titles, water bills, municipal liens and
to use the parking space designated to Unit                                                                And in addition to the usual service of       Stephen Ivey
                                                    assessments, rights of tenants and parties in
2 as shown on the Site Plan recorded in the                                                           this notice as required by law, it is ordered      Karen J. Ivey
                                                    possession. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of                                                              and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the
Registry in Plan Book 836, Plan 82.                 FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND 00                      that the foregoing citation be published forth-
Said Unit is conveyed subject to and with the                                                         with once in the Blackstone Valley Tribune, a      Servicemembers Civil Relief Act:
                                                    CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a certified                                                         Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as
benefit of:                                         check or bank treasurer's check will be           newspaper published in Southbridge.
1. Provisions of Chapter 183A of the                                                                       Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Esquire,           Trustee for Fremont Home Loan Trust 2004-
                                                    required to be delivered at or before the time                                                       2, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2004-2
Massachusetts General Laws;                         the bid is offered. The successful bidder will    Chief Justice of said Court, this first day of
2. Provisions, easements, agreements,                                                                 June in the year two thousand and ten.             claiming to be the holder of mortgage cover-
                                                    be required to execute a Foreclosure Sale                                                            ing real property in Linwood (Northbridge),
restrictions       and    covenants     of    the   Agreement immediately after the close of the           Attest with Seal of said Court.
Condominium as set forth in said Master                                                                                         Deborah J. Patterson     numbered 286 Union Street, given by
                                                    bidding. The balance of the purchase price                                                           Stephen Ivey and Karen J. Ivey to Fremont
Deed and exhibits thereto, as the same may          shall be paid within thirty (30) days from the                                         Recorder
be amended from time to time by amend-                                                                Plaintiff’s Attorney: Laura A. Mann, Esq., 221     Investment & Loan, by and through its nomi-
                                                    sale date in the form of a certified check,                                                          nee Mortgage Electronic Registration
ments recorded in the Registry;                     bank treasurer's check or other check satis-      East Main St., Suite 205, Milford, MA 01757
3. The By-Laws of the Condominium record-                                                             Telephone: (508) 478-7765                          Systems, Inc., dated May 24, 2004 and
                                                    factory to the Mortgagee's attorney. The                                                             recorded with the Worcester County
ed in the Registry in Book 38152, Page 166,         Mortgagee reserves the right to bid at the        June 11, 2010
which provisions, together with any amend-                                                                                                               (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in
                                                    sale, to reject any and all bids, to continue                                                        Book 34598, Page 20, and now held by
ments thereto shall constitute covenants run-       the sale and to amend the terms of the sale              NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE
ning with the land and shall bind any persons                                                                       OF REAL ESTATE                       Plaintiff by assignment has filed with said
                                                    by written or oral announcement made                                                                 court a complaint for authority to foreclose
having at any time any interest or estate in        before or during the foreclosure sale. If the        By virtue and in execution of the Power of
the Unit, his or her family, servants, tenants,                                                       Sale contained in a certain mortgage given         said mortgage in the manner following: by
                                                    sale is set aside for any reason, the                                                                entry and possession and exercise of power
invitees and visitors, as though such provi-        Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to   by Peter A. Amorello and Nancy West
sions were recited and stipulated at length                                                           Amorello to New Century Mortgage                   of sale.
                                                    a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser                                                               If you are entitled to benefits of the
herein; and                                         shall have no further recourse against the        Corporation, dated October 12, 2005 and
4. Such taxes attributable to the Unit for the                                                        recorded with the Worcester County                 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and you
                                                    Mortgagor,      the    Mortgagee      or    the                                                      object to such foreclosure you or your attor-
current fiscal year as are not yet due and          Mortgagee's attorney. The description of the      (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds at
payable on the date of delivery hereof, which                                                         Book 37733, Page 351, of which mortgage            ney should file a written appearance and
                                                    premises contained in said mortgage shall                                                            answer in said court at Boston on or before
taxes the Grantee hereby assumes and                control in the event of an error in this publi-   U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee
agrees to pay.                                                                                        for MASTR Asset Backed Securities Trust            July 19, 2010 or you may be forever barred
                                                    cation. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE.                                                                 from claiming that such foreclosure is invalid
The Unit may be used only for residential                                                             2006-NC1 is the present holder, for breach of
                                                    Other terms if any, to be announced at the                                                           under said act.
purposes in accordance with the Zoning                                                                the conditions of said mortgage and for the
                                                    sale. Deutsche Bank National Trust                                                                        Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief
Bylaw of the Town of Northbridge, subject, in                                                         purpose of foreclosing, the same will be sold
                                                    Company, as Trustee under NovaStar                                                                   Justice of said Court on June 3, 2010.
all events, to the restrictions set forth in said                                                     at Public Auction at 4:00 p.m. on June 28,
                                                    Mortgage Funding Trust, Series 2006-5                                                                                          Deborah J. Patterson
Master Deed.                                                                                          2010, on the mortgaged premises located at
                                                    Present Holder of said Mortgage, By Its                                                                                                    Recorder
The address of the Unit is 107-111A Church                                                            54 Uxbridge Road , Sutton, Worcester
                                                    Attorneys, Orlans Moran PLLC P.O. Box                                                                June 11, 2010
Street, Unit 2, Northbridge, Massachusetts.                                                           County, Massachusetts, all and singular the
                                                    962169 Boston, MA 02196 Phone: (617)
For title see Confirmatory Deed recorded                                                              premises described in said mortgage,
                                                    502-4100 6/11/2010 6/18/2010 6/25/2010                                                                        THE COMMONWEALTH OF
with the Worcester County Registry of Deeds                                                           TO WIT:
                                                    June 11, 2010                                     The land in Sutton referred to herein is situat-                 MASSACHUSETTS
at Book 40494, Page 43.                             June 18, 2010                                     ed in the State of Massachusetts, Worcester                        LAND COURT
Parcel ID Number: which currently has the           June 25, 2010                                     described as follows:                                 DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT
address of 107-111A CHURCH ST #2
                                                                                                      BEING          MORE          PARTICULARLY          (SEAL)         Case No. 383044
NORTHBRIDGE, Massachusetts 01534                            COMMONWEALTH OF                           DESCRIBED AS LOT #2 ON 1 PLAN OF                   To:
("Property Address"):                                        MASSACHUSETTS                            LAND DRAWN BY LAVALLEE BROTHERS,                   Dawn Christopher; Ed Chauvin
      TOGETHER WITH all the improvements                       LAND COURT                                                                                and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the
now or hereafter erected on the property, and                                                         INC. AND RECORDED IN THE WORCES-
                                                      DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                   TER DISTRICT REGISTRY OF DEEDS,                    Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures           COMPLAINT TO FORECLOSE TAX LIEN                                                                     CitiMortgage, Inc. claiming to be the holder of
now or hereafter a part of the property. All                                                          PLAN BOOK 462, PLAN 54 DATED MARCH
                                                    [seal]  Nos. 09TL139506 & 09TL139745              29, 1979.                                          a Mortgage covering real property in Sutton,
replacements and additions shall also be            TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to                                                                   numbered 7 Cole Avenue given by Dawn L.
covered by this Security Instrument. All of                                                           BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE
                                                                                                      SOUTHERLY SIDELINE OF UXBRIDGE                     Christopher and Edward J. Chauvin to
the foregoing is referred to in this Security       No. 09TL139506                                                                                       Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,
Instrument as the "Property". . ."                                                                    ROAD AT AN IRON PIPE
                                                    To any former stockholders, officers, credi-      THENCE S. 28° 21' 05'' W. A DISTANCE OF            Inc., dated March 29, 2007, and recorded
      Said premises will be sold subject to         tors, and any other persons claiming any                                                             with the Worcester County (Worcester
and/or with the benefit of any and all restric-                                                       418.93 FEET TO A POINT;
                                                    interest in Quality Home Builders, Inc., a dis-   THENCE N. 84° 15' 20'' A DISTANCE OF               District) Registry of Deeds at Book 40901,
tions, easements, improvements, covenants,          solved Massachusetts corporation formerly                                                            Page 202 and now held by the plaintiff by
outstanding tax title, municipal or other pub-                                                        175.14 FEET TO A POINT BY LAND NOW
                                                    located in Sutton, Worcester County, said         OR FORMERLY OF BEATON;                             assignment has filed with said court a com-
lic taxes, assessments, liens or claims in the      Commonwealth; Francis M. Noel, Jr., as he is                                                         plaint for authority to foreclose said mortgage
nature of liens, and existing encumbrances                                                            THENCE S. 77° 46' 13'' W. A DISTANCE OF
                                                    President and Treasurer of said Quality           78.71 FEET TO A POINT;                             in the manner following: by entry and posses-
of record created prior to the mortgage, if any     Home Builders, Inc., now or formerly of                                                              sion and exercise of power of sale.
there be.                                                                                             THENCE N 27° 23' 30'' W. A DISTANCE OF
                                                    Sutton,      Worcester      County,       said    232.86, FEET TO THE SOUTHEASTERLY                       If you are entitled to the benefits of the
      Said premises will also be sold subject to    Commonwealth; Linda F. Gosselin, as she is                                                           Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as amended
all leases and tenancies having priority over                                                         POINT OF LOT 1 AS SHOWN ON SAID
                                                    Secretary of said Quality Home Builders,          PLAN;                                              and you object to such foreclosure you or
said mortgage, to tenancies or occupations          Inc., now or formerly of Sutton, Worcester                                                           your attorney should file a written appear-
by persons on the premises now or at the                                                              THENCE N. 70 ° 13' 41'' E. A DISTANCE OF
                                                    County, said Commonwealth; and as they are        138.83 FEET TO A POINT;                            ance and answer in said court at Boston on
time of the said auction which tenancies or         both Officers and Directors of said Quality                                                          or before JUL 19 2010 or you may be forever
occupations are subject to said mortgage, to                                                          THENCE N. 21° 14' 43'' E. A DISTANCE OF
                                                    Home Builders, Inc.; or their heirs, devisees,    133.78 FEET TO A POINT;                            barred from claiming that such foreclosure is
rights or claims in personal property installed     legal representatives, successors and                                                                invalid under said act.
by tenants or former tenants now located on                                                           THENCE N. 52° 06' 49'' E. A DISTANCE OF
                                                    assigns:                                          175.96 FEET TO A POINT IN THE                           Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief
the premises, and also to all laws and ordi-                                                                                                             Justice of said Court on JUN 03 2010.
nances including, but not limited to, all build-                                                      SOUTHERLY SIDELINE OF UXBRIDGE
                                                    No. 09TL139745                                    ROAD;                                              Attest:                    Deborah J. Patterson
ing and zoning laws and ordinances.                 Thomas W. Judson, formerly of Sutton,                                                                                                       Recorder
                                                                                                      THENCE S. 67° 29' 05'' E. DISTANCE OF
      THE TERMS OF SALE: FIVE THOU-                 Worcester County, said Commonwealth; and                                                                                           200808-1176-BLU
                                                                                                      82.70 FEET TO A POINT;
SAND and 00/100 ($5,000.00) DOLLARS                 now of parts unknown; Barret W. Judson,                                                              June 11, 2010
                                                                                                      THENCE BY A CURVE IN UXBRIDGE
will be required to be paid by bank or certified    now or formerly of Sutton, Worcester County,      ROAD HAVING A RADIUS OF 975.25 FEET
check only by the purchaser at the time and         said Commonwealth; Otco, Inc., a duly exist-      TO A DISTANCE OF 185.28 FEET TO THE                                           Continued on page 6
6•    Friday, June 11, 2010                                                                                                                                                    BLACKSTONE VALLEY TRIBUNE



                                                                                    LEGALS
           COMMONWEALTH OF                          gage.                                                The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
             MASSACHUSETTS                              If you are entitled to the benefits of the                 Town of Uxbridge                      Assessed to BAKER WALTER TRUSTEE
  WORCESTER, SS. PROBATE COURT                      Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act of 1940      David A Genereux, Collector of Taxes            And WALTS REALTY TRUST
               WO10P1692PM                          as amended, and you object to such foreclo-             Office of the Collector of Taxes             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
   To all persons interested in the estate of       sure you or your attorney should file a written               Notice of Tax Taking                   approximately 1.01 Acres located and known
Mary Ellen Morcone of Blackstone in said            appearance and answer in said court at                                                               as 0 RIVER RD shown on the Town of
County, mentally ill person.                        Worcester in said County on or before the           To the owners of the hereinafter described       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
   A petition has been presented to said            seventh day of July next or you may be for-         land and to all others concerned                 Identifier 450327100000 and being part of
Court for authority to sell – at private sale –     ever barred from claiming that such foreclo-                                                         the premises recorded in book 18608 on
certain real estate of said Mary Ellen              sure is invalid under said Act.                     You are hereby notified that on Wednesday        page 312 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Morcone for her maintenance.                            Witness, Barbara J. Rouse, Esquire,             the 30th day of June, 2010, at 10:00 A.M. at     2010 Tax $54.96
   If you desire to object thereto you or your      Administrative Justice of said Court, this          the Tax Collectors's Office, 21 South Main
attorney should file a written appearance in        twenty-seventh day of May 2010.                     Street , pursuant to the provisions of General   Assessed to BAKER WALTER TRUSTEE
said Court at Worcester before ten o’clock in                          Dennis P. McManus, Clerk         Laws, Chapter 60, Section 53, and by virtue      And WALTS REALTY TRUST
the forenoon on the twenty-ninth day of June        June 11, 2010                                       of the authority vested in me as Collector of    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010, the return day of this citation.                                                                  Taxes, it is my intention to take for the Town   approximately 1.64 Acres located and known
   Witness, DENISE MEAGHER, Esquire,                   MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE OF                    of Uxbridge the following parcels of land for    as 20 MEGAN COURT shown on the Town of
First Judge of said Court, this twenty-eighth                       REAL ESTATE                         non-payment of the taxes due thereon, with       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
day of May 2010.                                    By virtue and in execution of the Power of          interest and all incidental expenses and costs   Identifier 450405800000 and being part of
                         Stephen G. Abraham         Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given          to the date of taking, unless the same shall     the premises recorded in book 18608 on
                           Register of Probate      by Amy M. Dirazonian to              Mortgage       have been paid before that date.                 page 312 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
June 11, 2010                                       Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., dated                                                         2010 Tax        $2,931.98
                                                    February 23, 2006 and recorded with the             Assessed To ABF REALTY LLC
   MORTGAGEE’S NOTICE OF SALE OF                    Worcester County (Worcester District)               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     Assessed To BANGMAS FARM LLC
                REAL ESTATE                         Registry of Deeds in Book 38491, Page 376           approximately 1.35 Acres located and known       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
By virtue and in execution of the Power of          of which the Mortgage the undersigned is the        as 20 LACKEY DAM RD shown on the Town            approximately 2.02 Acres located and known
Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given          present holder by assignment for breach of          of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel          as 519 HAZEL ST shown on the Town of
by William Joseph a/k/a W.B. Joseph to              the conditions of said Mortgage and for the         Identifier 150068400000 and being part of        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,           purpose of foreclosing same will be sold at         the premises recorded in book 28591 on           Identifier 220078800000 and being part of
Inc., dated November 2, 2006 and recorded           Public Auction at 9:00 AM on July 1, 2010 at        page 357 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     the premises recorded in book 32672 on
with the Worcester County (Worcester                116 Westboro Road, Upton, MA, all and sin-          2010 Tax        $1,133.04                        page 18 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
District) Registry of Deeds at Book 40106,          gular the premises described in said                                                                 2010 Tax         $857.61
Page 94 of which the Mortgage the under-            Mortgage, to wit: A certain parcel of land          Assessed To ADAM RONALD & PAULINE
signed is the present holder by assignment          located on Westboro Road. Upton, Worcester          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     Assessed To BANGMAS FARM LLC
for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage       County, Massachusetts, as shown on a plan           approximately 0.25 Acres located and known       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
and for the purpose of foreclosing same will        of land entitled "'Plan of land in the town         as 13 PLEASANT ST shown on the Town of           approximately 71.84 Acres located and
be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 AM on            Upton., MA property of Shirley A. Lambert,          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel             known as 500 HARTFORD AVE WEST
June 18, 2010 at 58 D Street, Unit 58,              Scale 1"=40" Dated December 11, 1998,               Identifier 24A243800000 and being part of        shown on the Town of Uxbridge Assessors
Northbridge, MA, all and singular the premis-       Blackstone Valley Survey & Engineering Inc.,        the premises recorded in book on page in         Records as Parcel Identifier 160388100000
es described in said Mortgage, to wit:              268 Upton Street, Grafton, Mass." said plan         the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                 and being part of the premises recorded in
Unit 58 of the #50-#60 D STREET CONDO-              to be recorded with the Worcester County            2010      Sewer Lien    $8.27                    book 32672 on page 18 in the Worcester
MINIUM, situated in Northbridge, Worcester          Registry of Deeds herewith in Plan                  2010 Tax                $736.90                  Registry of Deeds.
County, Massachusetts, a condominium                Book 736 Plan 23 Said parcel contains                                                                Supposed Present Owner C/O WEST
established pursuant to Massachusetts               3.33+" acres according to said plan. THE            Assessed To ALBIN WILLIAM B &                    HARTFORD
General Laws, Chapter 183A, by Master               BORROWER HEREBY SUBORDINATES                        DOROTHY I                                        2010 Tax        $6,339.04
Deed dated October 27, 2006, and recorded           DECLARATION OF H0MESTEAD DATED                      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
in the Worcester District Registry of Deeds         JUNE 12, 2002 RECORDED AT BOOK                      approximately 0.14 Acres located and known       Assessed To BASINER RICHARD A & LORI
on October 2006 in Book 40105, Page 101.            27012 PAGE 32 TO THE WlTHIN MORT-                   as 17 PLEASANT ST shown on the Town of           ANN TE
Said Unit contains approximately 1579+              GAGE. For title, see deed at Book 26447             Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
square feet and is shown on the floor plans of      page 152. The premises are to be sold sub-          Identifier 24A243700000 and being part of        approximately 1 Acres located and known as
the Building recorded with the Master Deed,         ject to and with the benefit of all easements,      the premises recorded in book 06363 on           32 ERIC DR shown on the Town of Uxbridge
                                                                                                        page 104 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier
and on the floor plan attached thereto and          restrictions, building and zoning laws, unpaid
                                                                                                        2010 Tax        $1,486.95                        080336300000 and being part of the premis-
made a part thereof, to which is affixed the        taxes, tax titles, water bills, municipal liens
                                                                                                                                                         es recorded in book 13721 on page 239 in
verified statement in the form required by          and assessments, rights of tenants and par-
                                                                                                        Assessed To ALDRICH WILEY H                      the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
said Chapter 183A, Section 9.                       ties in possession. TERMS OF SALE: A
                                                                                                        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     2010 Tax                $978.62
For title see deed herewith 40106/91.               deposit of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND
                                                                                                        approximately 0.54 Acres located and known       2010 Water Lien         $122.27
The premises are to be sold subject to and          00 CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a certi-
                                                                                                        as 129 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of
with the benefit of all easements, restrictions,    fied check or bank treasurer's check will be
                                                                                                        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel             Assessed To BEAHN DARCIE M
building and zoning laws, liens, attorneys          required to be delivered at or before the time
                                                                                                        Identifier 18C446200000 and being part of        A condominium located and known as 129
fees and costs pursuant to M.G.L.Ch.183A,           the bid is offered. The successful bidder will
                                                                                                        the premises recorded in book 42108 on           QUAKER HWY 12 shown on the Town of
unpaid taxes, tax titles, water bills, municipal    be required to execute a Foreclosure Sale           page 316 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
liens and assessments, rights of tenants and        Agreement immediately after the close of the        2010 Tax         $779.08                         Identifier 350012500120 and being part of
parties in possession.                              bidding. The balance of the purchase price                                                           the premises recorded in book 22136 on
TERMS OF SALE:                                      shall be paid within thirty (30) days from the      Assessed To ALLARD ALLEN & LINDA J TE            page 291 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
A deposit of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS                  sale date in the form of a certified check,         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     2010 Tax         $362.64
AND 00 CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a           bank treasurer's check or other check satis-        approximately 7.51 Acres located and known
certified check or bank treasurer’s check will      factory to the Mortgagee's attorney. The            as 93 HOMEWARD AVE shown on the Town             Assessed To BERNIER DEBORAH A
be required to be delivered at or before the        Mortgagee reserves the right to bid at the          of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
time the bid is offered. The successful bidder      sale, to reject any and all bids, to continue       Identifier 18A152200000 and being part of        approximately 2.08 Acres located and known
will be required to execute a Foreclosure           the sale and to amend the terms of the sale         the premises recorded in book 23227 on           as 149 OLD MILLVILLE RD shown on the
Sale Agreement immediately after the close          by written or oral announcement made                page 362 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
of the bidding. The balance of the purchase         before or during the foreclosure sale. If the       2010 Tax         $869.45                         Parcel Identifier 400151900000 and being
price shall be paid within thirty (30) days from    sale is set aside for any reason, the                                                                part of the premises recorded in book 43546
the sale date in the form of a certified check,     Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to     Assessed To ALLARD ALLEN M & LINDA J             on page 231 in the Worcester Registry of
bank treasurer’s check or other check satis-        a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser         TE                                               Deeds.
factory to Mortgagee’s attorney.             The    shall have no further recourse against the          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     2010 Tax        $1,014.79
Mortgagee reserves the right to bid at the          Mortgagor,      the     Mortgagee     or    the     approximately 2.17 Acres located and known
sale, to reject any and all bids, to continue       Mortgagee's attorney. The description of the        as 110 HOMEWARD AVE shown on the                 Assessed To BIRD STEPHEN M & SUSAN M
the sale and to amend the terms of the sale         premises contained in said mortgage shall           Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as            TE
by written or oral announcement made                control in the event of an error in this publi-     Parcel Identifier 18A076900000 and being         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
before or during the foreclosure sale. If the       cation. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE.                part of the premises recorded in book 23227      approximately 1.03 Acres located and known
sale is set aside for any reason, the               Other terms if any, to be announced at the          on page 362 in the Worcester Registry of         as 40 HERITAGE RD shown on the Town of
Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to     sale. BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP                  Deeds.                                           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser         Present Holder of said Mortgage, By Its             2010 Tax         $7.47                           Identifier 130431600000 and being part of
shall have no further recourse against the          Attorneys, Orlans Moran PLLC P.O. Box                                                                the premises recorded in book 15936 on
Mortgagor,      the     Mortgagee       or    the   962169 Boston, MA 02196 Phone: (617)                Assessed To ANDERSON ROBERT D                    page 017 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Mortgagee’s attorney. The description of the        502-4100 6/4/2010 6/11/2010 6/18/2010               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     2010 Tax        $14.81
premises contained in said mortgage shall           June 4, 2010                                        approximately 0.2 Acres located and known
control in the event of an error in this publi-     June 11, 2010                                       as 18 LAKE ST shown on the Town of               Assessed To BLACKSTONE REALTY LLC
cation. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE.                June 18, 2010                                       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Other terms if any, to be announced at the                                                              Identifier 12A054100000 and being part of        approximately 0.45 Acres located and known
sale.                                                    Commonwealth of Massachusetts                  the premises recorded in book 25382 on           as 4 HAZEL ST shown on the Town of
                  Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC                         The Trial Court                     page 150 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
             Present Holder of said Mortgage,                 Probate and Family Court                  2010 Tax        $2,600.36                        Identifier 18B296400000 and being part of
                               By Its Attorneys,                  Worcester Division                                                                     the premises recorded in book 18685 on
                           Orlans Moran PLLC                  Docket No. WO10P1732EA                    Assessed To ARSENAULT JAMES M &                  page 305 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                               P.O. Box 962169             In the Estate of: Linda S. Dustin            BRENDA L                                         Supposed Present Owner C/O EDWARD K
                            Boston, MA 02196               Late of: Northbridge, MA 01534               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     RENAUD JR
                        Phone: (617) 502-4100                  Date of Death: 05/12/2010                approximately 3.4 Acres located and known        2010 Tax        $1,841.09
May 28, 2010                                                 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR                     as 92 ROCKMEADOW RD shown on the
June 4, 2010                                                      PROBATE OF WILL                       Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as            Assessed To BLACKSTONE REALTY LLC
June 11, 2010                                          To all persons interested in the above cap-      Parcel Identifier 080464600000 and being         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
                                                    tioned estate, a petition has been presented        part of the premises recorded in book 14502      approximately 0.43 Acres located and known
                                                    requesting that a document purporting to be         on page 322 in the Worcester Registry of         as 136 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of
     Commonwealth of Massachusetts                  the last will of said decedent be proved and        Deeds.                                           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
 Worcester, ss.          SUPERIOR COURT             allowed, and that Nancy J. Sagstetter of            2010 Tax          $882.47                        Identifier 18B295200000 and being part of
    DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                   Northbridge, MA be appointed executor/trix,                                                          the premises recorded in book 18685 on
                CIVIL ACTION                        named in the will to serve Without Surety.          Assessed To AYLWARD SEAN P & HERON               page 305 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                  No. 10-1155                          IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT THERETO,                 AMY JO                                           2010 Tax        $4,735.12
To:                                                 YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY MUST FILE A                    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
John H. Sullivan and Delores M. Sullivan, of        WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN SAID COURT                    approximately 0.23 Acres located and known       Assessed to BOSMA HENRY G &
Uxbridge,       County      of     Worcester,       AT WORCESTER ON OR BEFORE TEN                       as 19 GERTRUDE ST shown on the Town of           MARLENE J And TC
Massachusetts AND TO ALL PERSONS                    O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING (10:00 AM)                   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
ENTITLED TO THE BENEFIT OF THE SOL-                 ON 06/29/2010.                                      Identifier 190478900000 and being part of        approximately 2 Acres located and known as
DIERS’ AND SAILORS’ CIVIL RELIEF ACT                   In addition, you must file a written affidavit   the premises recorded in book 41679 on           757 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on the
OF 1940 AS AMENDED: Salem Five Cents                of objections to the petition, stating specific     page 279 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
Savings Bank, a banking institution with a          facts and grounds upon which the objection          2010      Sewer Lien $592.85                     Parcel Identifier 210152300000 and being
usual place of business in Salem, Essex             is based, within thirty (30) days after the         2010 Tax                $1,277.54                part of the premises recorded in book 22614
County, Massachusetts claiming to be the            return day (or such other time as the court,        2010 Water Lien         $425.56                  on page 242 in the Worcester Registry of
holder of a mortgage covering property situ-        on motion with notice to the petitioner, may                                                         Deeds.
ated on Aldrich Street, numbered 812, in            allow) in accordance with Probate Rule 16.          Assessed To BAGLEY ROBERT S &                    2010 Tax         $8.88
Uxbridge given by John H. Sullivan and                 WITNESS, Hon. Denise L. Meagher, First           NANCY A TE
Delores M. Sullivan to Salem Five Mortgage          Justice of this Court.                              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,     Assessed To BOUCHARD CELINA
Company, LLC dated October 13, 2005 and             Date: June 2, 2010                                  approximately 0.48 Acres located and known       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
recorded in Worcester District Registry of                                   Stephen G. Abraham         as 336 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of            approximately 2.34 Acres located and known
Deeds, Book 37586, Page 127 and now held                                       Register of Probate      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel             as 191 ALDRICH ST shown on the Town of
by Plaintiff by assignment of mortgage, has         June 11, 2010                                       Identifier 12C271500000 and being part of        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
filed with said court a Complaint for authority                                                         the premises recorded in book 20391 on           Identifier 440328700000 and being part of
to foreclose said mortgage in the manner fol-                                                           page 220 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     the premises recorded in book 16419 on
lowing: by entry on and possession of the                                                               Supposed Present Owner C/O T & V REAL-           page 235 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
premises therein described and by exercise                                                              TY LLC                                           2010 Tax        $2,753.26
of the power of sale contained in said mort-                                                            2010 Tax         $905.42
                                                                                                                                                                                  Continued on page 7
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                                                                            LEGALS
Continued from page 6                          as 102 HOMEWARD AVE shown on the               Deeds.                                         page 93 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                                               Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          2010 Tax        $27.05                         2010 Tax        $98.87
Assessed to BOUDREAU THOMAS L &                Parcel Identifier 18A079100000 and being
MARY P And TE                                  part of the premises recorded in book 39650    Assessed to CHRISTOPHER                        Assessed To COX KEVIN C
A condominium located and known as 80          on page 48 in the Worcester Registry of        CHRISTOPHER TRUST And FIRST C P                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
TAFT HILL LANE shown on the Town of            Deeds.                                         REALTY TRUST                                   approximately 2.65 Acres located and known
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax          $529.16                      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 674 WEST ST shown on the Town of
Identifier 23044350009A and being part of                                                     approximately 1.04 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
the premises recorded in book 38201 on         Assessed To CAPISTRAN LEE A                    as 43 CONSTITUTION WAY shown on the            Identifier 370246800000 and being part of
page 199 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A condominium located and known as 3 LIN-      Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          the premises recorded in book 16803 on
2010      Sewer Lien   $33.73                  COLN COURT shown on the Town of                Parcel Identifier 110459900000 and being       page 093 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax               $1,291.18               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           part of the premises recorded in book 18363    2010 Tax        $1,302.68
2010 Water Lien        $36.02                  Identifier 17006510011L and being part of      on page 208 in the Worcester Registry of
                                               the premises recorded in book 39256 on         Deeds.                                         Assessed To CROTEAU ROGER H &
Assessed To BOUFFARD CLAUDE D &                page 155 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax          $469.50                      ELLEN G JT
LISE T/E                                       2010 Tax        $39.18                                                                        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  Assessed to CHRISTOPHER                        approximately 1 Acres located and known as
approximately 0.46 Acres located and known     Assessed To CARDIN ERNEST J JR &               CHRISTOPHER TRUST And                          410 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of
as 293 MENDON ST shown on the Town of          MURIEL D T/E                                   FIRST C P REALTY TRUST                         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 230307700000 and being part of
Identifier 190322700000 and being part of      approximately 1.93 Acres located and known     approximately 2.22 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 43208 on
the premises recorded in book 11584 on         as 71 ROCKMEADOW RD shown on the               as 33 CONSTITUTION WAY shown on the            page 277 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
page 088 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          2010      Sewer Lien    $97.51
2010      SBETT 1 Lien $41.55                  Parcel Identifier 140066200000 and being       Parcel Identifier 110454700000 and being       2010 Tax                $664.91
2010      SBI 1 Lien    $4.16                  part of the premises recorded in book 09434    part of the premises recorded in book 18363    2010 Water Lien         $93.65
2010 Tax                $3,206.61              on page 147 in the WorcesterRegistry of        on page 208 in the Worcester Registry of
                                               Deeds.                                         Deeds.                                         Assessed to CROTEAU ROGER H
Assessed To BRIGGS ARTHUR J &                  2010 Tax        $1,050.25                      2010 Tax          $481.31                      TRUSTEE And CROTEAU FAMILY TRUST
JENNIFER V TE                                                                                                                                A condominium located and known as 122
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To CARLITO GROUP LLC                  Assessed To CLARK GREGORY A &                  CARRINGTON LANE shown on the Town of
approximately 1.35 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   JENNIFER TE                                    Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 96 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of           approximately 4.55 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 12A068800180 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 50 DEPOT ST shown on the Town of            approximately 0.9 Acres located and known      the premises recorded in book 41098 on
Identifier 250261500000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 82 HENRY ST shown on the Town of            page 272 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 37457 on         Identifier 250109500000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $1,034.76
page 2 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.     the premises recorded in book 32819 on         Identifier 200258200000 and being part of
Supposed Present Owner C/O AUSTIN              page 394 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 17317 on         Assessed to DALEY JOHN E TRUSTEE And
BRYAN                                          Supposed Present Owner C/O CAROL               page 060 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   THE 20 HIGH STREET REALTY TRUST
2010 Tax         $575.73                       COVE                                           2010 Tax        $2,907.50                      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
                                               2010 Tax        $4,290.10                                                                     approximately 0.5 Acres located and known
Assessed to BROOME JASON R &                                                                  Assessed to CNOSSEN LONG TERM                  as 20 HIGH ST shown on the Town of
REBECCA M And RUSS BROOME TE                   Assessed To CERAMICOLI STEVEN & AMY            INVESTMENT And                                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A condominium located and known as 20          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 250177100000 and being part of
PINECREST RD shown on the Town of              approximately 0.33 Acres located and known     approximately 13.41 Acres located and          the premises recorded in book 37040 on
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 119 MENDON ST shown on the Town of          known as 0 COMMERCE DR shown on the            page 226 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Identifier 13033310000B and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          2010 Tax         $323.72
the premises recorded in book 38158 on         Identifier 190358500000 and being part of      Parcel Identifier 400259500000 and being
page 344 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 12189 on         part of the premises recorded in book 38123    Assessed To DANFORTH LINDA
2010 Tax                $1,799.82              page 181 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   on page 285 in the Worcester Registry of       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010 Water Lien        $452.46                 2010 Tax         $558.91                       Deeds.                                         approximately 0.41 Acres located and known
                                                                                              2010 Tax          $259.67                      as 16 FLETCHER ST shown on the Town of
Assessed to BROWN PEARL R LIFE                 Assessed to CHACE RICHARD E III &                                                             Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
ESTATE And ALBERT L BROWN REM                  MORTIMER And                                   Assessed to CNOSSEN LONG TERM                  Identifier 18B294400000 and being part of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A condominium located and known as 153 S       INVESTMENT And                                 the premises recorded in book 17985 on
approximately 0.21 Acres located and known     MAIN ST B shown on the Town of Uxbridge        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 358 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 63 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of          Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier         approximately 0.53 Acres located and known     2010 Tax         $500.38
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           25034970000B and being part of the prem-       as 0 COMMERCE DR shown on the Town of
Identifier 18B466100000 and being part of      ises recorded in book 41399 on page 206 in     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed to DELANG BRUCE E &
the premises recorded in book 09458 on         the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               Identifier 400286300000 and being part of      MICHELE I And TE
page 179 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax         $582.38                       the premises recorded in book 38123 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010 Tax         $702.85                                                                      page 285 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 2.43 Acres located and known
                                               Assessed to CHARBONNIER BRIAN T &              2010 Tax $9.92                                 as 156 RAWSON ST shown on the Town of
Assessed To BRUNDAGE RAYMOND                   OKENQUI And & CHARBONNIER THOMAS                                                              Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   B TRUSTE                                       Assessed to CNOSSEN LONG TERM                  Identifier 040354900000 and being part of
approximately 3.78 Acres located and known     A condominium located and known as 41          INVESTMENT And                                 the premises recorded in book 21396 on
as 64 BUFFUM RD shown on the Town of           FAGAN ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 377 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier         approximately 3.94 Acres located and known     2010 Tax        $2,306.53
Identifier 370045200000 and being part of      250079900008 and being part of the premis-     as 0 COMMERCE DR shown on the Town of
the premises recorded in book 38335 on         es recorded in book 41936 on page 123 in       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To DELOREY CARL N &
page 295 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               Identifier 400308500000 and being part of      BARBARA J
2010 Tax         $549.82                       2010 Tax       $1,015.21                       the premises recorded in book 38123 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
                                                                                              page 285 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 1.25 Acres located and known
Assessed to BRUNEAU ANDRE J &                  Assessed To CHOSTA HENRY JR &                  2010 Tax        $76.02                         as 300 OAK ST shown on the Town of
BEATRICE LIFE And ALDRICH THERESA              PAULINE M TE                                                                                  Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
B REM                                          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed to COCHRANE REYNOLD B JR              Identifier 130028600000 and being part of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately 2 Acres located and known as     & COLLE And TE                                 the premises recorded in book 6535 on page
approximately 0.2 Acres located and known      43 BUFFUM RD shown on the Town of              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   109 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 10 C ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           approximately 0.36 Acres located and known     Supposed Present Owner C/O DELOREY
Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier         Identifier 370055700000 and being part of      as 207 GRANITE ST shown on the Town of         JOHL & LAREAU
12C268700000 and being part of the prem-       the premises recorded in book 15721 on         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax         $940.14
ises recorded in book 16761 on page 145 in     page 338 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Identifier 12A158100000 and being part of
the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               2010 Tax         $857.43                       the premises recorded in book 26701 on         Assessed To DELOREY CARL N &
2010 Tax         $621.76                                                                      page 087 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   BARBARA J
                                               Assessed to CHRISTOPHER                        2010 Tax         $915.27                       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Assessed To BRUNELLE ALAN H &                  CHRISTOPHER TRUST And                                                                         approximately 2.42 Acres located and known
ELAINE M                                       FIRST C P REALTY TRUST                         Assessed To CONNOR THERESA A                   as 294 OAK ST shown on the Town of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
approximately 1.03 Acres located and known     approximately 1.06 Acres located and known     approximately 1.26 Acres located and known     Identifier 130103700000 and being part of
as 690 QUAKER HWY shown on the Town of         as 20 CONSTITUTION WAY shown on the            as 46 WILLOW LANE shown on the Town of         the premises recorded in book 06535 on
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 109 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Identifier 450399500000 and being part of      Parcel Identifier 110463900000 and being       Identifier 230325100000 and being part of      2010 Tax                 $3,664.60
the premises recorded in book 14087 on         part of the premises recorded in book 18363    the premises recorded in book 21672 on         2010 Water Lien         $478.86
page 125 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   on page 208 in the Worcester Registry of       page 375 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax         $952.52                       Deeds.                                         2010 Tax         $978.50                       Assessed to DELUCA MICHAEL R & LAURA
                                               2010 Tax          $469.83                                                                     And PETRILLO DELUCA TE
Assessed To BURKE JOHN D & MARILYN J                                                          Assessed To CONRAD WILLIAM A & LYNN            A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
TE                                             Assessed to CHRISTOPHER                        S                                              approximately 1.01 Acres located and known
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   CHRISTOPHER TRUST And FIRST C P                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 7 S BOWLDER ST shown on the Town of
approximately 0.82 Acres located and known     REALTY TRUST                                   approximately 1.06 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 246 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 84 HAZEL ST shown on the Town of            Identifier 18D032400000 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           approximately 1.1 Acres located and known      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 34814 on
Identifier 18D041100000 and being part of      as 24 CONSTITUTION WAY shown on the            Identifier 18C355200000 and being part of      page 22 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 06494 on         Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          the premises recorded in book 12767 on         2010 Tax        $1,503.90
page 242 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Parcel Identifier 110466700000 and being       page 060 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax        $1,810.18                      part of the premises recorded in book 18363    2010 Tax        $3,004.47                      Assessed To DEMANCHE DAVID N &
                                               on page 208 in the Worcester Registry of                                                      KAREN M TE
Assessed To CAB REALTY LLC                     Deeds.                                         Assessed To COPLAND PAMELA J                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax          $469.89                      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately 0.69 Acres located and known
approximately 0.1 Acres located and known                                                     approximately 0.14 Acres located and known     as 265 BLACKSTONE ST shown on the
as 307 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of          Assessed to CHRISTOPHER                        as 79 OAK ST shown on the Town of              Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           CHRISTOPHER TRUST And                          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Parcel Identifier 260339800000 and being
Identifier 12C352200000 and being part of      FIRST C P REALTY TRUST                         Identifier 190186700000 and being part of      part of the premises recorded in book 17515
the premises recorded in book 37217 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 21274 on         on page 142 in the Worcester Registry of
page 307 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 1.08 Acres located and known     page 091 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Deeds.
2010      Sewer Lien    $2,680.85              as 21 CONSTITUTION WAY shown on the            2010 Tax         $705.30                       2010 Tax         $47.84
2010 Tax                $2,550.57              Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
2010 Water Lien         $1,420.97              Parcel Identifier 110465200000 and being       Assessed To CORBIN ROBYN M                     Assessed To DEPOT STREET ASSOC
                                               part of the premises recorded in book 18363    A condominium located and known as 35          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Assessed To CAFFREY PETER & PAULA              on page 208 in the Worcester Registry of       PINECREST RD shown on the Town of              approximatel 1.96 Acres located and known
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Deeds.                                         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 38 MENDON ST shown on the Town of
approximately 0.72 Acres located and known     2010 Tax          $470.18                      Identifier 13018750000B and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 60 WITEK ST shown on the Town of                                                           the premises recorded in book 40732 on         Identifier 250012100000 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed to CHRISTOPHER                        page 243 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 09321 on
Identifier 130247400000 and being part of      CHRISTOPHER TRUST And                          2010 Tax        $87.48                         page 289 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 38888 on         FIRST C P REALTY TRUST                                                                        Supposed Present Owner C/O CARLITO
page 27 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To COX KEVIN C                        GROUP
2010 Tax        $2,425.10                      approximately 0.26 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax         $139.81
                                               as 176 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on              approximately 9.45 Acres located and known
Assessed To CALDERON CESAR A &                 the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as      as 0 WEST ST shown on the Town of
ALLISON D                                      Parcel Identifier 110384900000 and being       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   part of the premises recorded in book 18363    Identifier 380178800000 and being part of
approximately 1.57 Acres located and known     on page 208 in the Worcester Registry of       the premises recorded in book 16803 on                                  Continued on page 8
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Continued from page 7                          page 336 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed to FULCHER ROBERT F                   Assessed To HAMEL JEFFRE R & CHERYL
                                               2010 Tax        $14.09                         TRUSTEE And CORNER REALTY TRUST                A TE
Assessed To DESMARAIS VICTOR A &                                                              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
ADELINE                                        Assessed To ENGBLOM RONALD R &                 approximately 1.03 Acres located and known     approximately 1.21 Acres located and known
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   SUSAN K                                        as 680 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of         as 140 BROOKSIDE DR shown on the Town
approximately 0.25 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 37 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of          approximately 0.66 Acres located and known     Identifier 270325500000 and being part of      Identifier 18D025500000 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 92 CHURCH ST shown on the Town of           the premises recorded in book 19499 on         the premises recorded in book 18956 on
Identifier 18B478400000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 063 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   page 367 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 05757 on         Identifier 060297900000 and being part of      2010 Tax        $8,477.53                      2010      Sewer Lien    $604.17
page 169 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 15062 on                                                        2010 Tax                $4,316.95
2010      Sewer Lien    $314.38                page 204 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed to GARDNER MICHAEL J &                2010 Water Lien         $435.70
2010 Tax                $959.12                2010 Tax        $418.63                        ELDRIDGE And BARBARA TE
2010 Water Lien         $93.63                                                                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To HARRINGTON THOMAS
                                               Assessed to ETHIER EMILE J III & WENDY         approximately 0.36 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Assessed to DESRUISSEAUX BARRY R               J And TE                                       as 22 SMITH ST shown on the Town of            approximately 2.28 Acres located and known
TRUSTEE And 146A REALTY TRUST                  A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 11 BUFFUM RD shown on the Town of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately 2.05 Acres located and known     Identifier 18C366700000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
approximately 1.02 Acres located and known     as 155 KASEY COURT shown on the Town           the premises recorded in book 13936 on         Identifier 370135600000 and being part of
as 454 QUAKER HWY shown on the Town of         of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        page 235 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 39646 on
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Identifier 480405800000 and being part of      2010      Sewer Lien    $184.89                page 84 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Identifier 400367200000 and being part of      the premises recorded in book 20628 on         2010 Tax                $1,045.30              2010 Tax         $836.42
the premises recorded in book 41271 on         page 034 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Water Lien         $124.13
page 13 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    2010 Tax         $141.00                                                                      Assessed To HEMMEN NANCY
2010 Tax        $1,828.67                                                                     Assessed To GASTONGUAY BERTRAND                A condominium located and known as 121
                                               Assessed to FAFARD SHARON A & YERKA            A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   CARRINGTON LANE shown on the Town of
Assessed To DILIBERO JUSTON H &                MICHA And JOHN YERKA FAMILY TRUST              approximately 4.43 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
MCDANIEL RO                                    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 119 CHAPIN ST shown on the Town of          Identifier 12A068800130 and being part of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately 0.45 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 35625 on
approximately 0.27 Acres located and known     as 128 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on              Identifier 260203500000 and being part of      page 214 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 74 CROSS ST shown on the Town of            the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as      the premises recorded in book 32120 on         2010 Tax        $1,040.07
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Parcel Identifier 110396400000 and being       page 364 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Identifier 190341300000 and being part of      part of the premises recorded in book 32229    2010 Tax        $1,559.88                      Assessed To HETHERINGTON FRANK J
the premises recorded in book 40840 on         on page 313 in the Worcester Registry of                                                      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
page 118 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Deeds.                                         Assessed to GNIADEK BENJAMIN A &               approximately 2.11 Acres located and known
Supposed Present Owner C/O DILIBERO            2010     Sewer Lien     $55.71                 RITA J LE And WHITE WANDA REM                  as 721 CHOCOLOG RD shown on the Town
JUSTIN H                                       2010 Tax                $3,193.98              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010 Tax         $204.23                       2010 Water Lien         $56.73                 approximately 0.18 Acres located and known     Identifier 420389400000 and being part of
                                                                                              as 19 GARDEN ST shown on the Town of           the premises recorded in book 21099 on
Assessed To DITOMASSO RAYMOND                  Assessed To FAIRHURST JOHN O IV                Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 260 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 18D049700000 and being part of      2010 Tax        $1,710.57
approximately 2.32 Acres located and known     approximately 0.86 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 23014 on
as 460 WEST ST shown on the Town of            as 328 MILLVILLE RD shown on the Town of       page 19 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    Assessed To HIRSCH EDWARD C
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $1,053.54                      A condominium located and known as 8
Identifier 330184200000 and being part of      Identifier 300356800000 and being part of                                                     WASHINGTON CT shown on the Town of
the premises recorded in book 42195 on         the premises recorded in book 27619 on         Assessed To GOYETTE ALMA M                     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
page 179 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   page 90 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 17006510008W and being part of
2010 Tax         $736.65                       2010 Tax                $1,501.05              approximately 0.07 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 34187 on
                                               2010 Water Lien         $86.33                 as 34 SCHOOL ST shown on the Town of           page 60 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed to DOWDEN RICHARD H &                                                                Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010      Sewer Lien   $66.99
SUZANNE M And TE                               Assessed to FAIRWOODS CHRISTIAN                Identifier 12B296400000 and being part of      2010 Tax               $2,419.39
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   RECREATIO And INC                              the premises recorded in book 03161 on         2010 Water Lien        $57.56
approximately 0.85 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 592 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 545 QUAKER HWY shown on the Town of         approximately 3.28 Acres located and known     2010 Tax         $506.05                       Assessed to HITCHCOCK PRISCILLA &
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 0 CONSTITUTION WAY shown on the                                                            BLAINE And CONSTANCE L JT
Identifier 450128100000 and being part of      Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          Assessed To GREEN CHRISTINE R                  A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
the premises recorded in book 20936 on         Parcel Identifier 170154800000 and being       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately 0.18 Acres located and known
page 294 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   part of the premises recorded in book 32688    approximately 0.6 Acres located and known      as 36 SEAGRAVE ST shown on the Town of
2010 Tax        $1,445.86                      on page 213 in the Worcester Registry of       as 122 LINWOOD ST shown on the Town of         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
                                               Deeds.                                         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Identifier 18B383900000 and being part of
Assessed To DOYLE ROBERT E JR &                2010 Tax $9.70                                 Identifier 12D036600000 and being part of      the premises recorded in book 19573 on
KAREN M                                                                                       the premises recorded in book 14599 on         page 399 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To FAITH PROPERTIES INC               page 350 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax        $1,456.25
approximately 5.25 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010      Sewer Lien    $121.60
as 27 FOREST LANE shown on the Town of         approximately 0.22 Acres located and known     2010 Tax                $2,148.39              Assessed To HOLLAND MARCIA E
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 98 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of           2010 Water Lien         $122.77                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Identifier 140388600000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          approximately 4.38 Acres located and known
the premises recorded in book 25797 on         Identifier 250264100000 and being part of      Assessed To GRONDIN LINDA J                    as 164 CHESTNUT ST shown on the Town of
page 189 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 40076 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010 Tax        $1,240.36                      page 43 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    approximately 2.03 Acres located and known     Identifier 440226100000 and being part of
                                               Supposed Present Owner C/O AUSTIN              as 40 STANPHYL RD shown on the Town of         the premises recorded in book 21006 on
Assessed To DRISCOLL JOSEPH T                  BRYAN                                          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 013 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax        $1,242.93                      Identifier 370075500000 and being part of      2010 Tax        $2,079.54
approximately 0.24 Acres located and known                                                    the premises recorded in book 39595 on
as 123 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of          Assessed to FEDDEMA PHILIP A JR                page 297 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To HOLLANDS EXPRESS INC
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           TRUSTEE And 308 HAZEL STREET                   2010 Tax        $4,665.53                      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Identifier 18B301400000 and being part of      REALTY TRUST                                                                                  approximately 2.04 Acres located and known
the premises recorded in book 38469 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To GROVE MARINELLA LLC                as 477 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on
page 106 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 1.18 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
2010 Tax        $2,325.5                       as 308 HAZEL ST shown on the Town of           approximately 1.95 Acres located and known     Parcel Identifier 160302400000 and being
                                               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 20 GLEN ST shown on the Town of             part of the premises recorded in book 04428
Assessed To DROBY LEON & ANITA K               Identifier 170458400000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           on page 171 in the Worcester Registry of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 31981 on         Identifier 360412700000 and being part of      Deeds.
approximately 0.16 Acres located and known     page 121 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 41095 on         2010 Tax        $1,019.98
as 7 OAK ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge      2010 Tax         $959.32                       page 348 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier                                                        Supposed Present Owner C/O J & F               Assessed To HOLPP LAWRENCE &
190348800000 and being part of the premis-     Assessed To FEDERAL NATIONAL                   MARINELLA DEV                                  PAMELA B
es recorded in book 15069 on page 260 in       MORTGAGE                                       2010 Tax         $952.49                       A condominium located and known as 85
the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  CROSS ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge
2010 Tax$11.02                                 approximately 2.03 Acres located and known     Assessed To GUISTI LISA & PINTO BENTO          Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier
                                               as 89 WEST HILL RD shown on the Town of        TC                                             19025960000B and being part of the prem-
Assessed To DUNLAP-VIEIRA MELANIE              Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A condominium located and known as 41          ises recorded in book 38939 on page 216 in
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 020214500000 and being part of      CARRINGTON LANE shown on the Town of           the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
approximately 3.51 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 43611 on         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax         $873.87
as 591 WEST ST shown on the Town of            page 42 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    Identifier 12A068800070 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Supposed Present Owner C/O DEVEAU              the                                            Assessed to HOMUTH-TROMBINO
Identifier 320488300000 and being part of      JUSTIN & TOBIN                                 premises recorded in book 41901 on page        DANIELA & TR And TE
the premises recorded in book 22520 on         2010 Tax        $1,055.14                      179 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
page 45 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                   2010 Tax         $399.16                       approximately 3.48 Acres located and known
2010 Tax         $548.14                       Assessed To FORTIER JODI A &                                                                  as 649 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of
                                               THORSELL MICHA                                 Assessed To H & M BAY INC                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Assessed To EMBDEN CHARLES W                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 270244300000 and being part of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately 0.21 Acres located and known     approximately 6 Acres located and known as     the premises recorded in book 35147 on
approximately 1.13 Acres located and known     as 14 GLENDALE AVE shown on the Town of        65 RIVER RD shown on the Town of               page 144 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 26 HARRIS CIRCLE shown on the Town          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $1,124.53
of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        Identifier 18A138900000 and being part of      Identifier 450131500000 and being part of
Identifier 12A169700000 and being part of      the premises recorded in book 36101 on         the premises recorded in book 25701 on         Assessed To HOOD FAMILY LLC
the premises recorded in book 41390 on         page 229 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   page 99 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
page 268 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax        $97.88                         2010 Tax        $8,093.32                      approximately 0.74 Acres located and known
2010      SBETT 1 Lien $20.77                                                                                                                as 1008 QUAKER HWY shown on the Town
2010      SBI 1 Lien    $1.03                  Assessed To FOX JAMES E                        Assessed To HADFIELD SUSAN F                   of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010      Sewer Lien    $312.03                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A condominium located and known as 100         Identifier 560126600000 and being part of
2010 Tax                $1,283.77              approximately 2.43 Acres located and known     CARRINGTON LANE shown on the Town of           the premises recorded in book 42390 on
                                               as 4 CELTIC COURT shown on the Town of         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 327 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To EMERICK BENJAMIN P                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Identifier 12A068800260 and being part of      Supposed Present Owner C/O LANZETTA
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 370235500000 and being part of      the premises recorded in book 35992 on         SCOTT
approximately 0.67 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 79 on page 20    page 173 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax         $379.01
as 96 OLD ELMDALE RD shown on the Town         in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.            2010 Tax         $915.13
of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        2008 Tax        $1,250.44                                                                     Assessed To HOOD FAMILY LLC
Identifier 300083300000 and being part of                                                     Assessed To HAFERS MICHELLE L                  A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
the premises recorded in book 18606 on         Assessed To FROIAS GEORGE M &                  A condominium located and known as 6           approximately 1.56 Acres located and known
page 371 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   CAROLE S                                       CONCORD LANE shown on the Town of              as 0 QUAKER HWY shown on the Town of
2010 Tax                $503.49                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010 Water Lien         $237.20                approximately 0.87 Acres located and known     Identifier 17006510003C and being part of      Identifier 510097300000 and being part of
                                               as 573 BLACKSTONE ST shown on the              the premises recorded in book 36773 on         the premises recorded in book 42390 on
Assessed To EMMANUEL TRUST CORP                Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          page 90 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    page 327 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Parcel Identifier 350244800000 and being       2010 Tax         $119.97                       2010 Tax$64.01
approximately 0.45 Acres located and known     part of the premises recorded in book 06523
as 294 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of          on page 110 in the Worcester Registry of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Deeds.
Identifier 12C355500000 and being part of      2010 Tax        $1,158.80
the premises recorded in book 43107 on                                                                                                                                Continued on page 9
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Continued from page 8                          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To LAFLEUR JOAN                       page 361 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To HUDON PAUL & KATHY JO              Identifier 220192300000 and being part of      A condominium located and known as 7           2010 Tax        $1,781.48
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 13517 on         POND ST A shown on the Town of Uxbridge
approximately 0.7 Acres located and known      page 074 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier         Assessed To LEVINS GREGORY P & RENE
as 21 RIVULET ST shown on the Town of          2010 Tax         $221.98                       12C27930000A and being part of the prem-       TE
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          ises recorded in book 42740 on page 379 in     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Identifier 12C431500000 and being part of      Assessed to KAMISHLIAN DALE E &                the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               approximately 2.68 Acres located and known
the premises recorded in book 20936 on         KRISTINE And US BANK NATIONAL                  2010 Tax         $474.41                       as 214 EAST ST shown on the Town of
page 234 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   ASSOCIATION                                                                                   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010      Sewer Lien    $402.45                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To LAFLEUR JOAN E & LEO A TE          Identifier 360135400000 and being part of
2010 Tax                $2,096.91              approximately 1.03 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 17221 on
2010 Water Lien         $412.57                as 204 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on              approximatel 0.07 Acres located and known      page 010 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                                               the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as      as 3 POND ST shown on the Town of              2010 Tax        $1,268.12
Assessed to HUNCHARD BRUCE J &                 Parcel Identifier 110455300000 and being       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
BRUNELLI PH And DBA H & B REALTY               part of the premises recorded in book 23494    Identifier 12C276900000 and being part of      Assessed to LEZIAK MARGARET L &
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   on page 138 in the Worcester Registry of       the premises recorded in book 07598 on         HEYWOOD M And
approximately 1.07 Acres located and known     Deeds.                                         page 247 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
as 20 GERVAIS WAY shown on the Town of         Supposed Present Owner C/O TAYLOR              Supposed Present Owner C/O LEO A               approximately 7.25 Acres located and known
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           BEAN & WHITAKER                                LAFLEUR JR                                     as 285 HENRY ST shown on the Town of
Identifier 110368300000 and being part of      2010     Sewer Lien     $710.98                2010 Tax         $404.09                       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
the premises recorded in book 31423 on         2010 Tax                $5,162.83                                                             Identifier 200386900000 and being part of
page 159 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  Assessed To LANDRY MARK E & GAUVIN             the premises recorded in book 10587 on
2010 Tax         $936.58                       Assessed To KARAGOSIAN STEPHEN R               SUSAN                                          page 360 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                                               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A condominium located and known as 14          2010 Tax         $635.41
Assessed to HUNCHARD BRUCE J &                 approximately 0.56 Acres located and known     CONCORD LANE shown on the Town of
BRUNELLI PH And DBA H & B REALTY               as 20 ELM ST shown on the Town of              Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To LIMANEK VINCENTIA
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Identifier 17006510006C and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
approximately 1.15 Acres located and known     Identifier 12C357100000 and being part of      the premises recorded in book 40911 on         approximately 0.28 Acres located and known
as 28 GERVAIS WAY shown on the Town of         the premises recorded in book 10917 on         page 170 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 2 WM WARD ST shown on the Town of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 060 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010      Sewer Lien   $120.33                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Identifier 110366400000 and being part of      2010 Tax         $713.49                       2010 Tax               $1,960.65               Identifier 12A077400000 and being part of
the premises recorded in book 31423 on                                                        2010 Water Lien        $118.20                 the premises recorded in book 03162 on
page 159 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To KAUZENS JEFFREY M &                                                               page 100 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax         $939.19                       SARA E TE                                      Assessed To LANNIGAN ERIK T &                  2010 Tax        $1,302.20
                                               A condominium located and known as 152 S       KIMBERLY A T
Assessed to HUNCHARD BRUCE J &                 MAIN ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To LINTHICUM DONNA M A
BRUNELLI PH And DBA H & B REALTY               Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier         approximately 1.2 Acres located and known      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   250349500002 and being part of the premis-     as 29 ANTHONYS WAY shown on the Town           approximately 0.16 Acres located and known
approximately 0.26 Acres located and known     es recorded in book 26676 on page 90 in the    of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        as 59 RIVULET ST shown on the Town of
as 0 GERVAIS WAY shown on the Town of          Worcester Registry of Deeds.                   Identifier 360229300000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $1,108.13                      the premises recorded in book 36945 on         Identifier 12C345900000 and being part of
Identifier 110368900000 and being part of                                                     page 24 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    the premises recorded in book 07172 on
the premises recorded in book 31423 on         Assessed To KAVANAUGH ANTHONY F JR             2010 Tax        $1,281.79                      page 088 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
page 159 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   & DON                                                                                         2010      Sewer Lien    $896.00
2010 Tax $5.53                                 A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To LANNON WILLIAM E & JANICE          2010 Tax                $749.11
                                               approximately 1.27 Acres located and known     L T/E                                          2010 Water Lien         $623.28
Assessed To HUNT RONALD R & JEAN M             as 133 WEST ST shown on the Town of            A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A condominium located and known as 23          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           approximately 3.88 Acres located and known     Assessed To LINTHICUM DONNA M A
MEADOW RD shown on the Town of                 Identifier 220369900000 and being part of      as 188 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 09873 on         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           approximately 0.86 Acres located and known
Identifier 13022820012B and being part of      page 163 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Identifier 18D202200000 and being part of      as 16 C ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge
the premises recorded in book 18795 on         2010 Tax        $4,249.43                      the premises recorded in book 07752 on         Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier
page 340 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  page 250 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   12C342800000 and being part of the prem-
2010      Sewer Lien   $200.64                 Assessed To KEEGAN EDWARD F                    2010 Tax        $2,653.24                      ises recorded in book 07172 on page 086 in
2010 Tax               $2,956.78               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Water Lien        $190.24                 approximately 6.3 Acres located and known      Assessed to LANOUE RICHARD L JR &              2010 Tax $8.92
                                               as 955 ALDRICH ST shown on the Town of         JUDITH And
Assessed To HUTNAK FRED                        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To LOELL GREGORY J & ANNE
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 520213800000 and being part of      approximately 0.79 Acres located and known     MARIE T
approximately 4 Acres located and known as     the premises recorded in book 27264 on         as 17 FAIR ST shown on the Town of             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
570 MILLVILLE RD shown on the Town of          page 336 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           approximately 1.08 Acres located and known
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $3,635.74                      Identifier 190264600000 and being part of      as 120 ERIC DR shown on the Town of
Identifier 350403500000 and being part of                                                     the premises recorded in book 14825 on         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
the premises recorded in book 32655 on         Assessed To KEEGAN EDWARD F                    page 374 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Identifier 140029800000 and being part of
page 37 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010      Sewer Lien    $97.58                 the premises recorded in book 16675 on
Supposed Present Owner C/O LOISELLE            approximately 17.22 Acres located and          2010 Tax                $843.14                page 338 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
THOMAS &                                       known as 955 ALDRICH ST shown on the           2010 Water Lien         $79.04                 2010 Tax         $876.18
2010 Tax        $1,621.21                      Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
                                               Parcel Identifier 520213806000 and being       Assessed To LAREAU MARK N & DEBO-              Assessed To LOETHER TRAVIS T
Assessed To INTERFACE                          part of the premises recorded in book 27264    RAH L                                          A condominium located and known as 25
MASSACHUSETTS HOLDI                            on page 336 in the Worcester Registry of       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   COTTON MILL WAY shown on the Town of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Deeds.                                         approximately 5.03 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
approximately 0.84 Acres located and known     2010 Tax$15.06                                 as 255 ALBEE RD shown on the Town of           Identifier 290299900010 and being part of
as 0 LACKEY DAM RD shown on the Town of                                                       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 39519 on
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To KEEGAN EDWARD F III                Identifier 460133200000 and being part of      page 1 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Identifier 150065100000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 07858 on         2010 Tax        $1,800.68
the premises recorded in book 41537 on         approximately 0.19 Acres located and known     page 394 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
page 258 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 28 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of           2010 Tax         $898.18                       Assessed To LORENZO EDWARD F &
2010 Tax $9.93                                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          VICTORIA
                                               Identifier 250091700000 and being part of      Assessed To LARKIN GERTRUDE G                  A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Assessed to JEROMINEK EDWARD                   the premises recorded in book 27388 on         ESTATE OF                                      approximately 0.93 Acres located and known
&PARSEKIAN And                                 page 098 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 66 UPTON RD shown on the Town of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010      Sewer Lien    $264.80                approximately 0.5 Acres located and known      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
approximately 1.03 Acres located and known     2010 Tax                $2,251.47              as 0 S GARDEN ST shown on the Town of          Identifier 070132700000 and being part of
as 29 PETER ST shown on the Town of            2010 Water Lien         $197.92                Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 07544 on
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Identifier 12C445500000 and being part of      page 257 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Identifier 24A232900000 and being part of      Assessed To KELLY JOHN J IV                    the premises recorded in book 03886 on         2010 Tax         $928.17
the premises recorded in book on page in       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 215 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               approximately 0.08 Acres located and known     Supposed Present Owner C/O FRANCIS             Assessed To LYNCH JANA L
2010 Tax        $1,630.25                      as 7 MYERS ST shown on the Town of             LARKIN                                         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
                                               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $59.61                         approximately 4.12 Acres located and known
Assessed to JEROMINEK EDWARD                   Identifier 18D129900000 and being part of                                                     as 64 WATERMAN WAY shown on the Town
&PARSEKIAN And                                 the premises recorded in book 28233 on         Assessed To LARKIN GERTRUDE G                  of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 373 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   ESTATE OF                                      Identifier 530018800000 and being part of
approximately 0.65 Acres located and known     2010 Tax        $56.09                         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 39990 on
as 30 PETER ST shown on the Town of                                                           approximately 0.31 Acres located and known     page 42 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To KENNEDY MATTHEW S                  as 4 CREST ST shown on the Town of             2010 Tax        $2,193.64
Identifier 24A232600000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
the premises recorded in book on page in       approximately 0.06 Acres located and known     Identifier 130014300000 and being part of      Assessed To MACDONALD BRUCE &
the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               as 3 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on the            the premises recorded in book 04103 on         AUDREY
2010 Tax        $1,613.93                      Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          page 371 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
                                               Parcel Identifier 12C271600000 and being       2010 Tax         $581.79                       approximately 0.25 Acres located and known
Assessed to JONATHAN WHIPPLE                   part of the premises recorded in book 40143                                                   as 159 HECLA ST shown on the Town of
TRUSTEE And RIVER GLEN ADVENTURE               on page 166 in the Worcester Registry of       Assessed to LARSSON CARL W & ALICE H           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
TRUST                                          Deeds.                                         LIFE ES And CARL P LARSSON REM                 Identifier 250312600000 and being part of
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Supposed Present Owner C/O                     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 38657 on
approximately 0 Acres located and known as     VALENTIN-MACIAS                                approximately 1.38 Acres located and known     page 66 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
10 RIVER RD shown on the Town of               2010 Tax         $1,580.01                     as 57 SYLVAN RD shown on the Town of           2010 Tax        $1,978.39
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Identifier 400448301010 and being part of      Assessed To KING JEFFREY G                     Identifier 110046900000 and being part of      Assessed To MANNING THOMAS &
the premises recorded in book 18768 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 07286 on         DARLENE TE
page 090 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 3.09 Acres located and known     page 377 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010 Tax         $854.41                       as 558 ELMWOOD AVE shown on the Town           2010 Tax        $1,878.15                      approximately 1 Acres located and known as
                                               of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                       307 HIGH ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge
Assessed To KALINOWSKI THOMAS F &              Identifier 490442500000 and being part of      Assessed to LAVALLEE GARY R &                  Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier
KRANTZ                                         the premises recorded in book 12430 on         KIMBERLY A And T/E                             290012100000 and being part of the premis-
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 121 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   es recorded in book 22912 on page 290 in
approximately 0.95 Acres located and known     Supposed Present Owner C/O SNAY                approximately 1.16 Acres located and known     the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 0 WEST ST shown on the Town of              DANIEL                                         as 15 CHARLES AVE shown on the Town of         2010    Sewer Lien      $7.17
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax$33.02                                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax                $2,890.38
Identifier 220183800000 and being part of                                                     Identifier 190302500000 and being part of
the premises recorded in book 13517 on         Assessed To KOLSOI FRANCIS Z &                 the premises recorded in book 18830 on         Assessed To MANSER ROGER & CATERI-
page 074 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   BOZENA A TE                                    page 315 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   NA
Supposed Present Owner C/O HAZLETT             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax$13.22                                 A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
PATRICK                                        approximately 1.55 Acres located and known                                                    approximately 1.54 Acres located and known
2010 Tax        $28.82                         as 241 POND ST shown on the Town of            Assessed To LEDOUX PHILIP G                    as 135 EAST ST shown on the Town of
                                               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Assessed To KALINOWSKI THOMAS F &              Identifier 340179500000 and being part of      approximately 0.73 Acres located and known     Identifier 310369100000 and being part of
KRANTZ                                         the premises recorded in book 34144 on         as 153 GRANITE ST shown on the Town of         the premises recorded in book 11043 on
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 321 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 073 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
approximately 2.6 Acres located and known      2010 Tax         $835.87                       Identifier 12B321700000 and being part of      2010 Tax         $946.86
as 43 WEST ST shown on the Town of                                                            the premises recorded in book 19192 on
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Continued from page 9                          Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as           Supposed Present Owner C/O TOWN HALL           on page 133 in the Worcester Registry of
                                               Parcel Identifier 450096800000 and being        2010 Tax $7.53                                 Deeds.
Assessed To MANSER ROGER & CATERI-             part of the premises recorded in book 18285                                                    2010 Tax     $5,390.23
NA                                             on page 216 in the Worcester Registry of        Assessed To OWNER UNKNOWN
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Deeds.                                          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To PLANTE JESSICA & RICHARD
approximately 1.06 Acres located and known     2010 Tax          $513.33                       approximately 3.5 Acres located and known      A condominium located and known as 18
as 138 EAST ST shown on the Town of                                                            as 0 SOUTHWOODS DR shown on the Town           MEADOW RD shown on the Town of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To MOSSMAN JILL M                      of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Identifier 310377200000 and being part of      A condominium located and known as 52           Identifier 370302800000 and being part of      Identifier 13022650011A and being part of
the premises recorded in book 08598 on         POWER ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge          the premises recorded in book 00000 on         the premises recorded in book 37697 on
page 092 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier          page 00 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    page 284 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax        $1,904.03                      19039390000B and being part of the prem-        Supposed Present Owner C/O TOWN HALL           2010 Tax        $1,394.28
                                               ises recorded in book 35638 on page 343 in      2010 Tax        $28.87
Assessed To MARCHAND DONALD R &                the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                               Assessed To PLEASANT STEVEN M & AMY
CAROLE M                                       2010 Tax        $1,260.75                       Assessed To OWNER UNKNOWN                      D
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
approximately 0.33 Acres located and known     Assessed To NADEAU GERALD P                     approximately 2.38 Acres located and known     approximately 0.11 Acres located and known
as 57 LACKEY DAM RD shown on the Town          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    as 0 PAINE ST shown on the Town of             as 308 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of
of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        approximately 0.51 Acres located and known      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Identifier 090151900000 and being part of      as 471 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of          Identifier 370071700000 and being part of      Identifier 12C352100000 and being part of
the premises recorded in book 08979 on         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            the premises recorded in book on page in       the premises recorded in book 40754 on
page 236 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Identifier 230364600000 and being part of       the Worcester Registry of Deeds.               page 361 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax         $585.23                       the premises recorded in book 04851 on          Supposed Present Owner C/O TOWN HALL           2010 Tax        $1,016.73
                                               page 211 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    2010 Tax        $20.08
Assessed To MARCHAND KENNETH R &               2010 Tax         $923.77                                                                       Assessed to QUINTILIANI ANNE LIFE
LINDA G                                                                                        Assessed to PADAVANO RICHARD W                 TENANT And QUINTILIANI PETER &
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed To NAPPA ANNA M                        TRUSTEE And STRICA REALTY TRUSEE               HELEN G REM
approximately 0.51 Acres located and known     A condominium located and known as 15           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
as 82 WM WARD ST shown on the Town of          NATURE VIEW DR shown on the Town of             approximately 5.99 Acres located and known     approximately 0.19 Acres located and known
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            as 35 BUXTON ST shown on the Town of           as 388 MILLVILLE RD shown on the Town of
Identifier 070414700000 and being part of      Identifier 19011930015I and being part of the   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
the premises recorded in book 13043 on         premises recorded in book 40047 on page         Identifier 560222700000 and being part of      Identifier 350045500000 and being part of
page 139 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   345 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.         the premises recorded in book 22176 on         the premises recorded in book 34509 on
2010 Tax        $8.25                          2010 Tax         $573.93                        page 343 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   page 50 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                                                                                               2010 Tax       $23,305.35                      2010      Sewer Lien    $120.21
Assessed To MCCROHAN MICHAEL                   Assessed To NELSON ALBERT G &                                                                  2010 Tax                $1,993.75
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   MARIANNE E T                                    Assessed To PANARELLI RONALD J                 2010 Water Lien         $128.84
approximately 0.24 Acres located and known     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
as 68 ELMDALE RD shown on the Town of          approximately 1.08 Acres located and known      approximately 11.35 Acres located and          Assessed To RBRA LLC
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           as 128 EAST ST shown on the Town of             known as 0 GLENDALE ST shown on the            A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Identifier 260418200000 and being part of      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          approximately 28.81 Acres located and
the premises recorded in book 25456 on         Identifier 310374200000 and being part of       Parcel Identifier 540287100000 and being       known as 53 OLD RICHARDSON ST shown
page 001 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the premises recorded in book 16545 on          part of the premises recorded in book 19241    on the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records
2010 Tax                $1,359.16              page 377 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    on page 270 in the Worcester Registry of       as Parcel Identifier 340375700000 and being
2010 Water Lien         $547.84                2010 Tax        $1,015.95                       Deeds.                                         part of the premises recorded in book 43371
                                                                                               2010 Tax          $116.77                      on page 57 in the Worcester Registry of
Assessed to MCGRATH SEAN P TRUSTEE             Assessed To NEUBAUER AMY E                                                                     Deeds.
And CRANDON REALTY TRUST                       A condominium located and known as 1            Assessed to PAQUETTE GEORGE A JR &             2010 Tax           $254.32
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   JESTERS WAY shown on the Town of                SYLVIA A And
approximately 1.06 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Assessed to RENAUD EDWARD K &
as 15 PATRICK HENRY ST shown on the            Identifier 29022340017A and being part of       approximately 4.19 Acres located and known     WUNSCHEL R And QUAKER HIGHWAY
Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          the premises recorded in book 20799 on          as 167 CHAPIN ST shown on the Town of          REALTY TRUST
Parcel Identifier 190326100000 and being       page 210 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
part of the premises recorded in book 23657    2010      Sewer Lien   $74.11                   Identifier 260298500000 and being part of      approximately 0.57 Acres located and known
on page 206 in the Worcester Registry of       2010 Tax               $1,336.68                the premises recorded in book 19888 on         as 250 PROVIDENCE ST shown on the Town
Deeds.                                         2010 Water Lien        $66.38                   page 324 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010 Tax         $53.56                                                                        2010 Tax        $3,535.81                      Identifier 510186100000 and being part of
                                               Assessed to NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT                                                               the premises recorded in book 25371 on
Assessed to MCQUADE JOHN H &                   GROUP L And BARNES LARRY TRUSTEE                Assessed To PASCUCCI ROBERT J &                page 085 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
MCQUADE CHA And CFM REALTY TRUST               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    KAREN M                                        2010 Tax        $1,509.34
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   approximately                                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
approximately 0.24 Acres located and known     11.25 Acres located and known as 65 GLEN        approximately 1.17 Acres located and known     Assessed To RICHARDS VALERIE A
as 15 LAKE ST shown on the Town of             ST shown on the Town of Uxbridge                as 30 EVANS WAY shown on the Town of           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           approximately 1 Acres located and known as
Identifier 12A054600000 and being part of      360423500000 and being part of the premis-      Identifier 170306200000 and being part of      10 HERITAGE RD shown on the Town of
the premises recorded in book 41502 on         es recorded in book 32894 on page 121 in        the premises recorded in book 19166 on         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
page 210 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                page 278 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Identifier 130437100000 and being part of
2010 Tax         $729.81                       2010 Tax        $1,032.65                       2010 Tax        $5.90                          the premises recorded in book 19183 on
                                                                                                                                              page 199 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To MERCER EDWARD E &                  Assessed To NUMMELA RICHARD G &                 Assessed To PATRIOT PIPELINE LLC               2010 Tax        $13.62
JANET                                          ALYSON G                                        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    approximately 3.03 Acres located and known     Assessed To ROBBINS WILLIAM E II &
approximately 0.3 Acres located and known      approximately 1.09 Acres located and known      as 85 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of           CINDY J TE
as 49 HAZEL ST shown on the Town of            as 27 COUNTRY RD shown on the Town of           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            Identifier 250253100000 and being part of      approximately 2.98 Acres located and known
Identifier 18C288400000 and being part of      Identifier 310202500000 and being part of       the premises recorded in book 43532 on         as 114 CHOCOLOG RD shown on the Town
the premises recorded in book 07196 on         the premises recorded in book 35061 on          page 210 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
page 008 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   page 278 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    2010 Tax        $3,889.25                      Identifier 390304800000 and being part of
2010 Tax         $186.94                       2010 Tax         $148.78                                                                       the premises recorded in book 29917 on
                                                                                               Assessed To PAUL WILLIAM G                     page 85 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To MESQUITTA ANGEL                    Assessed To NYDAM HENRY A & JOAN M              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax        $1,265.94
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    approximately 0.2 Acres located and known
approximately 1.04 Acres located and known     approximately 2 Acres located and known as      as 31 ELM ST shown on the Town of              Assessed To ROBERGE RICHARD R & AMY
as 11 COTTON MILL WAY shown on the             85 RAWSON ST shown on the Town of               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           M TE
Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            Identifier 12C354100000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Parcel Identifier 290215700000 and being       Identifier 100049400000 and being part of       the premises recorded in book 07268 on         approximately 2 Acres located and known as
part of the premises recorded in book 35649    the premises recorded in book 12626 on          page 080 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   420 ELMWOOD AVE shown on the Town of
on page 335 in the Worcester Registry of       page 295 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    2010 Tax        $1,996.69                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Deeds.                                         2010 Tax        $3,118.65                                                                      Identifier 490407900000 and being part of
2010 Tax        $2,873.86                                                                      Assessed To PELKEY RONALD & LYNDA              the premises recorded in book 14476 on
                                               Assessed To OBRIEN KEVIN E & PAULA J            A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 004 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To MGJL REALTY LLC                    TE                                              approximately 2.02 Acres located and known     2010 Tax        $2,557.48
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    as 258 SUTTON ST shown on the Town of
approximately 3.49 Acres located and known     approximately 0.78 Acres located and known      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To ROMASCO BARBARA A
as 77 INDUSTRIAL DR shown on the Town          as 59 WM WARD ST shown on the Town of           Identifier 110092500000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            the premises recorded in book 16151 on         approximately 0.34 Acres located and known
Identifier 450072700000 and being part of      Identifier 12A082300000 and being part of       page 296 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 97 HOMEWARD AVE shown on the Town
the premises recorded in book 35330 on         the premises recorded in book 19269 on          2010 Tax        $1,409.09                      of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
page 179 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   page 257 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                   Identifier 18A152300000 and being part of
Supposed Present Owner C/O TURF                2010 Tax         $836.38                        Assessed to PERKINS ARTHUR A &                 the premises recorded in book 21731 on
TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                   GRACE S And JT                                 page 254 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010      SBETT 1 Lien          $166.20        Assessed to OREFICE ROGER S TRUSTEE             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax        $2,123.07
2010      SBI   1 Lien          $8.31          And RSO NOMINEE TRUST                           approximately 0.12 Acres located and known
2010 Tax                        $4,604.68      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    as 31 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of          Assessed To RUIZ PETER E SR &
                                               approximately 0.17 Acres located and known      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           DEBORAH F TE
Assessed To MIKULSKY BENJAMIN A &              as 310 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of           Identifier 18B478900000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
DORIS C T                                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            the premises recorded in book 18561 on         approximately 1.04 Acres located and known
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 12C351300000 and being part of       page 256 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 132 ERIC DR shown on the Town of
approximately 0.68 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 13399 on          2010      Sewer Lien    $275.54                Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 93 GRANITE ST shown on the Town of          page 348 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    2010 Tax                $803.77                Identifier 140106400000 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010      Sewer Lien    $282.19                 2010 Water Lien         $205.60                the premises recorded in book 23164 on
Identifier 130338100000 and being part of      2010 Tax                $1,979.31                                                              page 352 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 17813 on         2010 Water Lien         $186.99                 Assessed To PERKINS CHRISTOPHER                2010 Tax        $1,005.96
page 061 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010 Tax         $646.90                       Assessed To OTT KATHLEEN S                      approximately 0.17 Acres located and known     Assessed to SAMPSON MARJORIE &
                                               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    as 312 N MAIN ST shown on the Town of          COSCIA BAR And SAMPSON REALTY
Assessed To MORIN DAVID & CHERYL E             approximately 0.63 Acres located and known      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           TRUST
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 29 WITEK ST shown on the Town of             Identifier 12C277900000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
approximately 10.2 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            the premises recorded in book 13142 on         approximately 3.61 Acres located and known
as 89 ALDRICH ST shown on the Town of          Identifier 130325900000 and being part of       page 164 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 240 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 19717 on          2010      Sewer Lien    $298.65                Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Identifier 450101700000 and being part of      page 370 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    2010 Tax                $2,978.12              Identifier 300192600000 and being part of
the premises recorded in book 18560 on         2010 Tax        $2,300.85                       2010 Water Lien         $271.59                the premises recorded in book 10277 on
page 047 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                                                                  page 317 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
2010 Tax         $332.69                       Assessed To OWNER UNKNOWN                       Assessed To PETITT MARK A & KAREN M            2010 Tax        $5,721.72
                                               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,    TE
Assessed to MORIN DAVID R & CHERYL E           approximately 0.17 Acres located and known      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
And D/B/A ARROWHEAD ACRES                      as 0 CHESTNUT ST shown on the Town of           approximately 1.98 Acres located and known
CHRISTM                                        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel            as 703 BLACKSTONE ST shown on the
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 500124500000 and being part of       Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
approximately 15.59 Acres located and          the premises recorded in book on page in        Parcel Identifier 400161300000 and being
known as 101 ALDRICH ST shown on the           the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                part of the premises recorded in book 31134
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Continued from page 10                         Assessed To SMITH JAMES F                      Identifier 280174600000 and being part of
Assessed To SAVAGE JOHN T & DEANNA             A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 43078 on         Assessed To TTK REAL ESTATE LLC
F TE                                           approximately 10.18 Acres located and          page 258 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   known as 230 ALBEE RD shown on the Town        2010 Tax        $2,103.38                      approximately 2.51 Acres located and known
approximately 5.25 Acres located and known     of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                       as 30 SAND WEDGE DR shown on the Town
as 138 QUAKER HWY shown on the Town of         Identifier 410474500000 and being part of      Assessed To TAMEIRAO DIEGO S &                 of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           the premises recorded in book 23742 on         CARLY G TE                                     Identifier 430369400000 and being part of
Identifier 350021900000 and being part of      page 397 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A condominium located and known as 29          the premises recorded in book 39477 on
the premises recorded in book 36109 on         2010 Tax        $4,441.75                      HARVEST RD shown on the Town of                page 94 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
page 247 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax         $433.66
2010 Tax        $1,151.25                      Assessed To SMITH MARYANE R                    Identifier 13015440029A and being part of
                                               A condominium located and known as 14          the premises recorded in book 34806 on         Assessed To TZEREMES KONSTANTINOS
Assessed to SCHERER RICHARD P JR &             HAZEL PLAZA A shown on the Town of             page 176 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
DONNA A And TE                                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax         $570.14                       approximately 0.13 Acres located and known
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 18C27750000A and being part of                                                     as 6 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of
approximately 1.77 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 41234 on         Assessed To TAYLOR DAYNE R                     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 47 CHARLES AVE shown on the Town of         page 294 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 24A086700000 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $1,593.83                      approximately 0.34 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 26647 on
Identifier 190222500000 and being part of                                                     as 271 HARTFORD AVE EAST shown on the          page 299 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 19058 on         Assessed to SMITH ROGER W JR &                 Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          2010 Tax        $1,184.67
page 041 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   CYNTHIA D And KING SMITH TE                    Parcel Identifier 070428900000 and being
2010 Tax        $1,340.83                      A condominium located and known as 52          part of the premises recorded in book 22631    Assessed To TZEREMES KONSTANTINOS
                                               HARVEST RD shown on the Town of                on page 244 in the Worcester Registry of       A condominium located and known as 67
Assessed To SCHNORR DUANE J &                  Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Deeds.                                         HARVEST RD shown on the Town of
MONIQUE TRU                                    Identifier 13014250017B and being part of      2010 Tax          $644.79                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 32291 on                                                        Identifier 13006650034A and being part of
approximately 8.73 Acres located and known     page 339 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To TELLIER ALYSON                     the premises recorded in book 18469 on
as 534 CHOCOLOG RD shown on the Town           2010      Sewer Lien   $150.64                 A condominium located and known as 129         page 042 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        2010 Tax               $1,105.48               QUAKER HWY 15 shown on the Town of             2010 Tax         $618.36
Identifier 430432300000 and being part of      2010 Water Lien        $106.81                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
the premises recorded in book 39477 on                                                        Identifier 350012500150 and being part of      Assessed To UXBRIDGE CROSSING LLC
page 93 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    Assessed To SMITH ROSS W & NANCY M             the premises recorded in book 26826 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Supposed Present Owner C/O TTK REAL            T/E                                            page 151 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 17.53 Acres located and
ESTATE LLC                                     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax         $374.48                       known as 515 DOUGLAS ST shown on the
2010 Tax        $1,571.64                      approximately 2.48 Acres located and known                                                    Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
                                               as 76 ROCKMEADOW RD shown on the               Assessed To THANTHAVONGSA                      Parcel Identifier 230354500000 and being
Assessed To SCOTLAND YARD LLP                  Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          CHRISTOPHER                                    part of the premises recorded in book 42012
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Parcel Identifier 140062400000 and being       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   on page 182 in the Worcester Registry of
approximately 3.19 Acres located and known     part of the premises recorded in book 15851    approximately 2.01 Acres located and known     Deeds.
as 7 THE MEWS shown on the Town of             on page 168 in the Worcester Registry of       as 75 ACORN DR shown on the Town of            2010 Tax                $3,345.09
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Deeds.                                         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Water Lien         $187.24
Identifier 340085800000 and being part of      2010 Tax        $3,884.13                      Identifier 440162500000 and being part of
the premises recorded in book 18515 on                                                        the premises recorded in book 37461 on         Assessed To UXBRIDGE MJ REALTY LLC
page 241 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To SMITH SUSAN A                      page 367 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010 Tax        $92.20                         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010 Tax        $1,323.93                      approximately 4.32 Acres located and known
                                               approximately 2.9 Acres located and known                                                     as 20 WATERMAN WAY shown on the Town
Assessed To SCOVIL TRACY L                     as 48 IRONSTONE ST shown on the Town of        Assessed To THOMAS CORBY D & KAREN             of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           A TE                                           Identifier 480413600000 and being part of
approximately 0.54 Acres located and known     Identifier 450392300000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 43107 on
as 18 HOMEWARD AVE shown on the Town           the premises recorded in book 05988 on         approximately 2.17 Acres located and known     page 126 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        page 352 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 480 HARTFORD AVE EAST shown on the          2010 Tax         $909.46
Identifier 18A212600000 and being part of      2010 Tax         $750.03                       Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
the premises recorded in book 35105 on                                                        Parcel Identifier 070233800000 and being       Assessed To UXBRIDGE MULTI FAMILY
page 299 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To STANOVICH RAYMOND P                part of the premises recorded in book 42458    REALTY L
2010 Tax        $6.06                          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   on page 334 in the Worcester Registry of       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
                                               approximately 0.36 Acres located and known     Deeds.                                         approximately 1.55 Acres located and known
Assessed To SKEEAN GERALD F                    as 218 OAK ST shown on the Town of             2010 Tax         $34.50                        as 0 CROWNSHIELD AVE shown on the
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
approximately 0.34 Acres located and known     Identifier 130268700000 and being part of      Assessed To TONELLI ARTHUR & LINDA TE          Parcel Identifier 290486500000 and being
as 109 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of          the premises recorded in book 04268 on         A condominium located and known as 10          part of the premises recorded in book 25726
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           page 535 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   MARYWOOD ST shown on the Town of               on page 38 in the Worcester Registry of
Identifier 250259900000 and being part of      2010 Tax         $820.21                       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 08607 on                                                        Identifier 18B46850000A and being part of      Supposed Present Owner C/O FRE
page 133 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To STEFANCYK THOMAS &                 the premises recorded in book 14007 on         BUILDING CO INC
2010      Sewer Lien    $465.51                JUNE A                                         page 131 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax         $19.62
2010 Tax                $791.85                A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   2010      Sewer Lien   $334.76
2010 Water Lien         $336.60                approximately 0.28 Acres located and known     2010 Tax               $2,363.17               Assessed to UXBRIDGE SPORTS LIMITED
                                               as 56 CROSS ST shown on the Town of            2010 Water Lien        $231.52                 And
Assessed To SKEEAN GERALD F & BETTY            Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
A                                              Identifier 190343200000 and being part of      Assessed to TRACY FLORENCE LIFE                approximately 5.84 Acres located and known
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 07156 on         ESTATE And MAJEAU ANNA M REM                   as 374 WEST ST shown on the Town of
approximately 2.03 Acres located and known     page 201 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 148 WEST ST shown on the Town of            2010      Sewer Lien    $132.74                approximately 0.69 Acres located and known     Identifier 280415200000 and being part of
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax                $2,262.77              as 165 HARTFORD AVE EAST shown on the          the premises recorded in book 19200 on
Identifier 220452100000 and being part of      2010 Water Lien         $159.25                Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as          page 236 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
the premises recorded in book 06381 on                                                        Parcel Identifier 12A156400000 and being       2010 Tax       $17,177.70
page 289 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To STEVENS BRIAN M & GALE M           part of the premises recorded in book 21741
2010 Tax        $1,089.10                      TE                                             on page 312 in the Worcester Registry of       Assessed To VANDERZICHT BRIAN T
                                               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Deeds.                                         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Assessed to SKEEAN GERALD F & BETTY            approximately 1.46 Acres located and known     2010 Tax          $538.45                      approximately 0.17 Acres located and known
A TE And RENAUD EDWARD K JR &                  as 105 BALMOF LIFESPRING RD shown on                                                          as 11 TAFT ST shown on the Town of
GERALDIN                                       the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as      Assessed to TRACY MAUREEN O & T                Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Parcel Identifier 500072200000 and being       MICHAEL TR And THOMAS J TRACY                  Identifier 18B385800000 and being part of
approximately 0.25 Acres located and known     part of the premises recorded in book 23676    MARITAL DEDUCT                                 the premises recorded in book 37199 on
as 5 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of            on page 256 in the Worcester Registry of       A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 293 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Deeds.                                         approximately 0.33 Acres located and known     2010 Tax         $884.22
Identifier 24A085900000 and being part of      2010 Tax          $965.99                      as 70 MENDON ST shown on the Town of
the premises recorded in book 24240 on                                                        Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed to VOLPE MICHAEL L &
page 399 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   Assessed To STINCHFIELD ALAN L &               Identifier 190421500000 and being part of      MAUREEN R And TE
2010      Sewer Lien    $2,895.83              DOREEN E                                       the premises recorded in book 35493 on         A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
2010 Tax                $1,691.02              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 228 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   approximately 1.25 Acres located and known
2010 Water Lien         $1,437.12              approximately 0.24 Acres located and known     2010 Tax         $928.95                       as 11 WILSON DR shown on the Town of
                                               as 22 KENNEDY ST shown on the Town of                                                         Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Assessed To SKEEAN GERALD F &                  Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           Assessed To TRUE DAVID A                       Identifier 190226700000 and being part of
RENAUD EDWA                                    Identifier 190391600000 and being part of      A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 20494 on
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   the premises recorded in book 12766 on         approximately 0.85 Acres located and known     page 102 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
approximately 0.13 Acres located and known     page 310 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   as 614 MENDON ST shown on the Town of          2010 Tax        $1,773.95
as 11 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of           2010 Tax         $349.62                       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Identifier 140234200000 and being part of      Assessed To VOSS LAWRENCE G &
Identifier 24A088400000 and being part of      Assessed to STOCKTON ROBERT                    the premises recorded in book 41703 on         ROSEMARY
the premises recorded in book 09525 on         TRUSTEE And STOCKTON FAMILY                    page 356 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
page 338 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   REALTY TRUST                                   2010 Tax         $852.96                       approximately 1.19 Acres located and known
2010      Sewer Lien    $1,114.02              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  as 298 HARTFORD AVE EAST shown on the
2010 Tax                $1,192.05              approximately 0.22 Acres located and known     Assessed To TRUE SCOTT K & KELLY A             Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as
2010 Water Lien         $691.40                as 15 WHITINS ST shown on the Town of          A condominium located and known as 2           Parcel Identifier 070349900000 and being
                                               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           ASCOT LN shown on the Town of Uxbridge         part of the premises recorded in book 05918
Assessed To SMALTZ WILLIAM R &                 Identifier 12A144100000 and being part of      Assessors Records as Parcel Identifier         on page 113 in the Worcester Registry of
ISABELLA V                                     the premises recorded in book 06875 on         29022340007B and being part of the prem-       Deeds.
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 184 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   ises recorded in book 33426 on page 85 in      2010 Tax        $1,080.51
approximately 0.83 Acres located and known     2010      Sewer Lien    $294.43                the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
as 13 MOORLAND DR shown on the Town of         2010 Tax                $762.73                2010    Sewer Lien      $4.20                  Assessed To WALKER ROBERT D &
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Water Lien         $224.79                2010 Tax                $610.52                CRICKET TE
Identifier 12B463500000 and being part of                                                                                                    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
the premises recorded in book 15453 on         Assessed To STUART HARRY M & LISA M            Assessed To TTK REAL ESTATE LLC                approximately 0.41 Acres located and known
page 357 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 96 MENDON ST shown on the Town of
2010      SBETT 1 Lien $10.39                  approximately 5.35 Acres located and known     approximately 2.36 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010      SBI 1 Lien    $2.59                  as 88 PROVIDENCE ST shown on the Town          as 35 SAND WEDGE DR shown on the Town          Identifier 190349100000 and being part of
2010 Tax                $1,077.55              of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        the premises recorded in book 31801 on
                                               Identifier 510452500000 and being part of      Identifier 430443900000 and being part of      page 339 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To SMITH JAMES F                      the premises recorded in book 35809 on         the premises recorded in book 37618 on         2010 Tax         $256.55
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   page 51 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.    page 184 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
approximately 3.34 Acres located and known     Supposed Present Owner c/o FEDERAL             2010 Tax         $431.96                       Assessed To WALLIS WILLIE N/F
as 240 ALBEE RD shown on the Town of           HOME LOAN                                                                                     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax        $1,265.94                      Assessed To TTK REAL ESTATE LLC                approximately 14 Acres located and known
Identifier 410469600000 and being part of                                                     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   as 0 LACKEY DAM RD shown on the Town of
the premises recorded in book 23742 on         Assessed to STUCZYNSKI PAUL J                  approximately 2.09 Acres located and known     Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
page 397 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   TRUSTEE And HARRIS AVENUE REALTY               as 25 SAND WEDGE DR shown on the Town          Identifier 150144300000 and being part of
2010 Tax        $1,946.19                      TRUST                                          of Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel        the premises recorded in book on page in
                                               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,   Identifier 430442800000 and being part of      the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                                               approximately 2.35 Acres located and known     the premises recorded in book 37618 on         Supposed Present Owner C/O TOWN HALL
                                               as 626 DOUGLAS ST shown on the Town of         page 184 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.   2010 Tax        $60.24
                                               Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel           2010 Tax         $429.19
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                                                                                             WEBSTER – 3 Klebart Ave! Stately 7              DUDLEY - 6 Jaybee Ave! Down Sizing?             DUDLEY – 109 W. Main St! Stately          DUDLEY – 13 Corbin Rd! 4,262’ 12 Rm         WEBSTER – 25 Black Point Rd!                DUDLEY - 14 Hall Road! 9 Rm
    WEBSTER - 11 Oakwood Dr!               WEBSTER - 824 School St! 11 Rm
                                                                                                                                             Just Starting Out? 6 Rm Brick Ranch! 3          Brick Colonial! Multi Use! 13 Rms!       Custom Split Built Around In-Gr Pool! 1+
 Spectacular 10 Rm 3,362' Contemp Set Federal Colonial! Foyer! Liv Rm w/Frplc!                Rm Colonial! Frplcd Liv Rm w/Crown                                                                                                                                                   6 Rm 2050’ Colonial! 6Yrs Young!           Brick Cape! Super In-Law Set Up!
                                                                                            Moldings! Applianced Kit! Formal Din Rm          Bdrms! 1.5 Baths! Character & Charm!            Single Fam w/Inlay Apart / Super 2       Acre! Center Isl Kit w/Granite, SS Appl &
  On 2 Acres! Soaring Entry! Marble &     Din Rm! Library! New Kit! 5 Bdrms!                  & Fam Rm w/Hrdwds! Entry Foyer! 3                                                             Family! Business Zoned! Live & Work        Pantry! Frplcd Fam Rm w/Cherry Walls!         Applianced! Form Din Rm! 22’               2 Complete Living Levels! All
 Hardwoods! Custom Kitchen! Marble       Master w/Sitting Rm! Maids Rm w/Sep.                                                                Some Updating Needed! Recent Roof,              From Here! Park Like Grounds! 6/7                                                     LivRm! 22’ Mstr Bdrm/Mstr Bath!            Spacious Rooms! Hardwoods! 5/4
                                                                                             Bdrms w/Hrdwds! Master w/Cedar & 2                                                                                                         13x18 Din Rm! 23’ Liv Rm! 25’ Master
   Frplc! 1st Flr Master w/Bath! 4/5    Entrance! 3rd Flr for Add'l Rms! Hrdwds!                                                               Replacement Windows & Furnace!               Rms! 2/4 Bdrms! 2 Frplcd Liv Rms! 3         w/Whirlpool Tub! 4 Bdrms, Media Rm,        3 Bdrms! 2.5 Baths! Corner Lot!            Rms! 2/2 Bdrms! Walk-out Lower
                                                                                              Dbl Closets! Sunroom! Tile Bthrms!
 Bdrms! 2.5 Baths! C/A! 3 Car Attached!    Office w/Sep. Entrance! 3 Car Gar!                 Garages! Newer Roof! Easy Rte.395                 Hrdwds! Fireplace! Expandable               Baths! Brand New Furnace! Check It        Office Suite, Workout Rm, Rough Plum for        Webster Lake Colonial Park              Level! 3 Baths! Huge .91 Acre Lot!
     Super Views! $389,900.00                  2006 Roof! $349,900.00                               Access! $224,900.00                            Basement! $198,900.00                           Out!!! $324,900.00                 3rd Bath! 4+ Car Garage! $324,900.00          Beach Rights! $289,900.00                          $239,900.00
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 OPEN HOUSE SUN 6/13 • 12-2                       WEBSTER – OPEN HOUSE                        WEBSTER - 69 Park Ave! Easy Access to              WEBSTER – 17 Slater Street!       WEBSTER – 11 Morris St! 6 Rm                         WEBSTER – 34 Colonial Rd! Across           WEBSTER – 47 N. Main St! 2 Fam!           DUDLEY – 24 D’Alessandro Ave!
  WEBSTER – 826 School St! 10 Rm                    Sat & Sun 12:00-2:00!                      Everything! Character Abounds in this             Garrison Colonial 2 Family! 5/5  Cape! Easy Access to 395, Shopping,                    From Lake – Beach Rights! Basically       5/5 Rms! 2/2 Bdrms! 1/1 Baths! Eat-in         Better Than New Ranch!
Colonial set on 4+ Acres! 4 Bdrms! 1.5           New England Commons! Adult 55+              Classic 6 Rm, 3 Bdrm Colonial! Yesteryear            Rooms! 2/2 Bedrooms! Pantry    Banks, School! Ideal Back Yard! Eat-in               Brand New! Completely Renovated Inside          Kitchens, Din & Liv Rms! Bdrms
                                              Community! Applianced! Solid Counters!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Completely Renovated 1.5 Yrs Ago!
  Baths! Newly Remodeled Kitchen &                                                          Charm! Hardwoods Everywhere Even in the              Kitchens! Dining Rooms! Living    Applianced Kit! Liv Rm & Fam Rm                    & Out! 5 Rm Colonial! 2 Bdrms! 1.5 Baths!     w/Hrdwds! Sun Rms! Walk-up Attic!
    Bathroom! Recent Roof! Recent            Hardwoods! 2 Bdrms! 2 Baths/Master! Full                                                               Rooms w/Wall to Wall over                                                          Applianced Kit w/ Tile Flr! Front to Back
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Applianced Kit! Liv Rm & 3 Bdrms
                                                                                           1.5 Bathrooms! Recent Roof, Heat, Windows,                                             w/Hrdwds! 3/4 Bdrms! 1st Flr Master                                                                 Partial Finished Basement! Add          w/Hrdwds! New Bath, Electrical,
Furnace & More! Have a Horse – Bring            Basements! Garage! C/Air! Security!                                                           Hardwoods! Bedrooms w/Hardwoods!                                                          Liv Rm w/Wood Flr! Deck! The Work's
                                                                                             Electric, Light Fixtures & Int. Paint! Great                                                                                                                                            Deeded Parking Lot for Off Street
it Home! Attached Barn! Easy Rte. 395      Irrigation! Community Center! Walking Trails!
                                                                                                        Yard! $239,900.00                     2 Car Garage! Replacement Windows! w/Hrdwd Flr! Updated Windows, Siding,                       been Done - Just Move In!                                                        Windows, Siding & Hardwoods!
                                              Low Fees! Easy Access! $224,900.00                                                                    And More! $189,900.00           Heat & Electric! $189,900.00                                                                   Parking! Vinyl Sided! $144,900.00            Dead End! $209,900.00
        Access! $253,975.00                                                                                                                                                                                                                       $189,900.00




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  WEBSTER – 11 Spring St! Well          OXFORD – 66 Pleasant St U15!        DUDLEY – Similar One to be Built                                   WEBSTER – 493/495 School Street!              THOMPSON - SCHOOLHOUSE                    THOMPSON – 225 Wagher Road! 6                WEBSTER – 55 Ash Street! 6+ Rm         WEBSTER - 64 Old Douglas Rd!
  Maintained 6 Rm Cape! Applianced Overlooks 4th Green “Pine Ridge”! 5 Rm - 60 Eagle Drive! Spacious 2760’!                                  Ideal Duplex! 5/7 Rms! 2/3 Bdrms! 1.5/1.5        POND! Western Exp! Beautiful             Rm Split! 3 Bdrms! 2 Baths! Open Flr         Cape “Plus” 5+ Rm Gambrel set on
                                                                                                                                               Baths! Applianced! Great Investment                                                                                                                                         Custom Split Entry Cape! Over 1
 Kitchen! Liv Rm & Formal Din Rm! 3 Townhouse! Easy Access to All Routes! Granite Kitchen! All Hardwoods! 3                                                                               Sunsets! 100' Waterfront! 10+ Rms w/4         Plan! Applianced! Recently Finished        30,884’! Live in One, Collect Rent from Acre of Privacy! 6 Rms! Cathedral
                                                                                                                                             Opportunity! 493 Remodeled from Studs,       Decks! Open Flr Plan! Liv Rm w/Frplc!        Lower Level Fam Rm w/Pellet Stove!
   Spacious Bdrms! 1st Flr Laundry     Applianced! Granite! 26' Liv Rm! 2     Bdrms plus Office! 3 Full Tile                                  Custom Kit, Walk-in Closets! Laundries!                                                                                                 the Other! Cape w/Frplcd Liv Rm!      Ceilings! 3 Bdrms! Master Suite
                                                                                                                                                                                          3 Bdrms! Master w/Waterfront Deck &              Storage Rm/Workshop! Garage                 3 Bdrms! 1.5 Baths! Hardwoods!
 w/Washer & Dryer! 1.5 Baths! 2 Tier Bdrms! Master Bdrm w/Loft, Skylight & Baths! 2X6 Construction! Hydro Air!                               Sep Basements & Walk-up Attics! Recent
                                                                                                                                                                                          Bath! 3.5 Baths! Finished Lower Level!        w/Opener! Private Backyard w/Trex           2 Car Garage! Gambrel w/2/3 Bdrms! w/Bath! 2 Full Baths! Detached 2 Car
    Deck & AG Pool! Fenced Yard!     Fan! 1.5 Baths! Stackable Washer/Dyer!  2 Car Garage! And Much More!                                      Windows! Garages! Sep Basements!                                                                                                                                              Garage w/500sq.ft. Loft - "Man
                                                                                                                                                        New Electric! etc.                         In Time for Summer!                           Deck! 1.39 Acres!                   Full Bath! Nice Kitchen! And More!
           $214,900.00                   C/Air! Garage! $182,900.00                  $359,900.00                                                          $199,900.00                                 $389,900.00                                 $204,900.00                                  $229,900.00                       Town"! $259,900.00




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   WEBSTER LAKE – 284 Killdeer              WEBSTER LAKE – South Pond! 92          WEBSTER LAKE! 53 Bates Point!                                   WEBSTER LAKE! Middle                SUTTON – 100 Town Farm Road!                         DOUGLAS - 5 Common St!                  WEBSTER LAKE – 3 Bates Grove!             SUTTON - LAKE SINGLETARY!
  Island! North Pond! Gently Sloping!      Lakeside Ave! Southwestern Exposure! Eastern Exp = Spectacular Sunrises! 9 Rm                        Pond/Western Expo = Spectacular        Private 2.5 Acre Hillside Lot! 6 Rm                Spectacular 9 Rm 2,900’ Antique               South Pond Yr Rd! Applianced!         Young Custom Built 6+ Rm Contemp!
 Level 70’ Waterfront! 8 Rms! 3 Bdrms!      Sunsets! Huge Lake Views! Complete     Contemp! 3 Levels w/Panoramic Lake                       Sunsets & Views! 80' Waterfront! "Wawela Country Cape! 3 Bdrms! 2 Baths! New                                                           Furnished! Dock! 19’ Pontoon Boat w/50
                                                                                     Views! Granite, Marble & Hrdwds!                                                                                                                 Colonial! 4 Bdrms! Fireplaced Din Rm &                                                     Applianced Custom Kit w/Center
 2 Baths! Frplcd Liv Rm w/Cathedrals &           2005 Remodel Inside & Out!                                                                 Park"! Ideal 2nd Home or Yr Round Living!   Furnace 2004! Title 5 Complete!                                                             HP! 6 Rms! Screened Porch! Fam Rm
                                                Open Floor Plan! Cathedrals!    Fireplaced! 3 Bdrms - Lake Facing Master!                    Frplcd Liv Rm w/Cathedral! Applianced!   Great Access to Major Highways and               Study! Spacious Modern Kit! Updated                                                    Island! Liv Rm w/Cathedral Ceiling! 3
   Skylights! Deck! Finished Walk-out                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              w/Cath Ceiling! 1st Fl Master w/Hrdwds!
  Lower Level Fam Rm w/Bar & Wood            Fireplace! 2 Bedrooms! Applianced!    Media Rm! Detached 3 Car w/2nd Flr                        Din Rm or Office! 2 Bdrms - Lake Facing  Schools! Come and Enjoy all of what              Roof, Buderus Furnace, Electrical, &                                                      Bdrms! Master Bath! 2.5 Baths!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3 Bdrms! 2 Baths! 14,190’ Lot! Sandy      Walkout Lower Level! Enjoy all Lake
     Stove! Great for Entertaining!                  Central Air! Garage!           Expansion Potential! 220' Deep Lot!                     Master! 3 Season Porch! Gas Heat! CAir! 3      West Sutton has to Offer!                     More! A Must See!! Convenient to          Beach! Freshly Paint Ext! Recent Roof!
             $454,900.00                               $449,900.00                   Permanent Dock! $539,900.00                            Car Garage! Deck! Docks! $429,900.00                 $314,800.00                           Highways & Airports! $409,900.00                                                        Living has to Offer! $488,500.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               $374,900.00




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 WEBSTER LAKE! Spectacular 10 Rm              LEICESTER – Cedar Meadow Lake!                 WEBSTER LAKE – 120' Waterfront!       WEBSTER LAKE - Snug Harbor                             WEBSTER LAKE! Middle Pond Southern            WEBSTER LAKE - 104 Treasure                  WEBSTER LAKE - 63 Bates                   WEBSTER LAKE – Pt Breeze! Middle
 w/Panoramic Views across South Pond!           12.5 Acre Dream w/180’ Waterfront!             9 Rm Brick Cape! Grand Views of    Villas! 3,300'! Luxurious Waterfront                      Exposure! Panoramic Lake Views! 112’       Island! Rare End Unit w/1ST FLR MAS-        Point Rd! 90' Waterfront! 1/2 Acre!        Pond - Western Exp - Super Lake Views &
  Sunsets! Great for all Water Sports!         Southern Exposure! Private 12 Room            South Pond! Frplcd Liv Rm & Fam Rm! Living! 7 Rms! 2/3 Bdrms! 4.5 Baths! 3                      Waterfront! Level 13,016’ Lot! Sandy                                                  Main House plus 2 Separate Rental          Sunsets! 2 Yr Rd Homes! 7 Rm Cape! Lake
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TER BDRM w/Bath! Skylight Kit! Frplcd                                                   Facing Liv Rm! Formal Dining! Applianced!
  Master Bdrm Suite that you'll never         2,920’Cape! 500’ Driveway! Frplcd Fam          Lake Facing Mstr Bdrm! Main & Lower Frplcs! Gourmet Kit! S/S Appliances!                      Shoreline! 8 Rm Ranch! Applianced Kit!        Fam Rm w/Screened Porch & Trex             Units! Beautiful Grounds! Sandy
 want to Leave! 3 Fireplaces! 3.5 Baths!      Rm! Formal Liv Rm! 1st Flr Master! 4/5               Level Kitchens! Beautifully                                                            Frplcd Liv Rm w/Lake Views! 3 Lake Facing                                                                                          Recent Bathrooms, Roof, Furnace & Electric!
      2 Car Garage! Professionally                                                                Landscaped! 26X30' Garage!     Master Suite w/Private Balcony! Great                      Bdrms! Master Bath! 3 Skylights! 2 Car       Deck! 5 Rms! 2 Bdrms! 2.5 Baths!           Beach! Eastern Exp = Beautiful              Frplcd! 4 Rm Waterfront Yr Rd Guest
                                               Bdrms! 2 Tile Baths! Ceramic Tile &
     Landscaped! Mahogany Decks!              Hardwoods! 2 Car Garage! And More!                       Roof 07! Siding 09!        Rm w/ Cathedrals, Frplc, Hot Tub &                         Garage! Convenient Killdeer Island!        Garage! C/Air! 2 Boat Slips! Heated          Sunrises! Great Opportunity!              House/Rental! 110’ Waterfront! Garages!
    And Much More! $774,900.00                            $724,900.00                                   $479,900.00                 Steam Shower! $549,000.00                                          $439,900.00                      Pool! Sandy Beach! $319,900.00                      $699,000.00                                    $689,900.00




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    WEBSTER LAKE - Exceptional WEBSTER LAKE – Killdeer Island - WEBSTER LAKE - South Pond!                                                     WEBSTER LAKE - South Pond – 105’                     WEBSTER LAKE                  WEBSTER LAKE – 86 Bates Point                        WEBSTER LAKE - South Pond!              WEBSTER LAKE – 220 Killdeer
   Property! Spectacular Sunsets! 100'         North Pond! Western Exp –        Almost New 4,400’ Custom 8 Rms!                               Level Waterfront – Western Exposure =           Middle Pond – Reid Smith Cove!        Road! Views across Middle Pond!                   25 Bates Grove Rd! 88’ Waterfront!        Island, 75’ Sandy Beach! Fantastic
 Waterfront! 5700'! 4 Fireplaces! Cherry Phenomenal Sunsets! Custom 3000’           All the Extra’s! Beautiful                                Beautiful Sunsets! 10 Rm Contemp! Lake                                               Breathtaking Sunsets! 7 Rm Ranch!                     20,712’ Lot! 2 Complete Living         Lakefront Home! Cherry Kitchen!
                                                                                                                                                                                          Western Exposure – Beautiful Sunsets!                                                                                               Lake Facing Din & Liv Rms! 5 Bdrms -
  Library! Granite Kitchen! Media Rm! Dream! 10’ Tray Ceilings! Killer Lake      Sunrises! Applianced! Granite!                              Views - Most Rooms! Fireplaced! Open Flr                                            Multi-functional 13x21 Brady Sun Room!                 Levels - 2 Kitchens! Cathedrals
 Black Pearl Foyer! Tray Ceilings! Master                                      Lake Facing Master & Master Bath!                                                                             7Rms! 3/4 Bedrooms! Cathedrals!                                                                                                   2 on 1st Flr - 3 Lake Facing! Master
                                                                                                                                              Plan! 4 Bdrms! Master Bath w/Jacuzzi! 2.5                                          Applianced! 3/4 Bdrms! Master w/Lake                       w/Skylights! Fireplace! 3
     Suite & Office Suite! Lake Level     Views! Super Lake Facing 3 Rm Master 2 Fireplaces! 4/6 Bdrms! 3Baths!                                                                              1.5Baths! Garage! $399,900.00                                                                                                           Bath! 3 Full Baths! 11X46
                                                                                                                                              Baths! Great for Entertaining & All Water                                           Views! Fully Finished Walk-out Lower                Bedrooms! 3 Full Baths! Panoramic
   w/Kitchen &10x20 Resistance Pool! Suite! 3 Bdrms! 3 Marble Tile Baths!          Office! Hrdwd & Slate! Air!                                Sports! Slate Patio! 2 Car Gar! And More!
                                                                                                                                                                                           2 Additional Waterfront Lots – 8500’! Level! 2.5 Baths! Garage! Decks! Prime
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Office/Workshop/Utility! Garages! AC!
      Gardens! Security! And More!         Theramador Kitchen! C/Air! Garages!  Finished 3rd Level! 2Car Garage!                                                                               $184,900.00 + $224,900                                                                      Lake Views! 2 Car Garage!             Pro Landscaped! Level Lot! Trex
                                                    $739,900.00                                                                                            $549,900.00                                                               50’ Waterfront! $499,900.00                                 $599,900.00                       Deck! Dock! $799,900.00
            $1,599,000.00                                                                $679,900.00




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Continued from page 11                                                                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Assessed To WHITE WILLIAM A III                                                           the premises recorded in book 39702 on
                                                                                            Identifier 110328500000 and being part of                                                     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                              page 325 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Assessed To WALSH MICHAEL A & NANCY                                                         the premises recorded in book 39498 on                                                        approximately 3.22 Acres located and known                                                2010 Tax         $636.50
A TE                                                                                        page 364 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  as 621 HARTFORD AVE WEST shown on
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                2010 Tax        $1,692.55                                                                     the Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as                                                 Assessed To YOUNG THOMAS C &
approximately 0.87 Acres located and known                                                                                                                                                Parcel Identifier 220034100000 and being                                                  KIMBERLEY A
as 421 HARTFORD AVE EAST shown on the                                                       Assessed To WHEELER ROBERT A & JULIE                                                          part of the premises recorded in book 35206                                               A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Town of Uxbridge Assessors Records as                                                       A                                                                                             on page 164 in the Worcester Registry of                                                  approximately 1.32 Acres located and known
Parcel Identifier 070304300000 and being                                                    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  Deeds.                                                                                    as 199 GRANITE ST shown on the Town of
part of the premises recorded in book 23021                                                 approximately 4.04 Acres located and known                                                    2010 Tax          $982.11                                                                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
on page 332 in the Worcester Registry of                                                    as 31 EBER TAFT RD shown on the Town of                                                                                                                                                 Identifier 12A158700000 and being part of
Deeds.                                                                                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Assessed to WILLIAMS DOUGLAS LLC And                                                      the premises recorded in book 21999 on
2010 Tax          $174.97                                                                   Identifier 280473300000 and being part of                                                     WILLIAMS JUMBO DONUTS                                                                     page 094 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
                                                                                            the premises recorded in book 21274 on                                                        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                              Supposed Present Owner C/O KIMBERLEY
Assessed To WASSENAR HAROLD                                                                 page 119 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  approximately 0.06 Acres located and known                                                YOUNG
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                2010 Tax        $91.99                                                                        as 2 COURT ST shown on the Town of                                                        2010 Tax         $953.61
approximately 6.8 Acres located and known                                                                                                                                                 Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 0 SUSAN PKWY shown on the Town of                                                        Assessed To WHITE DAVID M & MICHELLE                                                          Identifier 24A081100000 and being part of                                                 Assessed To ZAJAC MARTIN F
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                        A                                                                                             the premises recorded in book 26972 on                                                    A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
Identifier 300453600000 and being part of                                                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  page 140 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                              approximately 0.3 Acres located and known
the premises recorded in book 07436 on                                                      approximately 0.09 Acres located and known                                                    2010 Tax         $995.70                                                                  as 46 S MAIN ST shown on the Town of
page 227 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                as 0 HIGHLAND PK shown on the Town of                                                                                                                                                   Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
2010 Tax        $55.93                                                                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Assessed To WING STEPHEN                                                                  Identifier 250098100000 and being part of
                                                                                            Identifier 060357800000 and being part of                                                     A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                              the premises recorded in book 11053 on
Assessed To WASSENAR HAROLD                                                                 the premises recorded in book 12967 on                                                        approximately 2 Acres located and known as                                                page 195 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                page 391 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  265 POND ST shown on the Town of                                                          2010 Tax        $6,129.42
approximately 12.5 Acres located and known                                                  2010 Tax         $255.91                                                                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
as 0 POND ST shown on the Town of                                                                                                                                                         Identifier 340267200000 and being part of                                                 Assessed to ZAPELLA ANTHONY S &
Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                        Assessed To WHITE DAVID W & KELLY A TE                                                        the premises recorded in book 42883 on                                                    PATRICIA A And T/E
Identifier 340127300000 and being part of                                                   A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                  page 286 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                              A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,
the premises recorded in book 09185 on                                                      approximately 4.54 Acres located and known                                                    2010 Tax        $1,300.56                                                                 approximately1.18 Acres located and known
page 248 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                as 125 JOHNSON RD shown on the Town of                                                                                                                                                  as 66 MY WAY shown on the Town of
2010 Tax        $31.19                                                                      Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel                                                          Assessed to WOOD RYAN & KERIANNE                                                          Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
                                                                                            Identifier 480223600000 and being part of                                                     And TE                                                                                    Identifier 070319200000 and being part of
Assessed To WELLS DIANE C                                                                   the premises recorded in book 23495 on                                                        A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                              the premises recorded in book 19084 on
A parcel of land with any buildings thereon,                                                page 289 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.                                                  approximately 0.37 Acres located and known                                                page 100 in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
approximately 2.33 Acres located and known                                                  2010 Tax        $4,261.98                                                                     as 92 GLENDALE ST shown on the Town of                                                    2010 Tax        $1,119.15
as 7 SUTTON ST shown on the Town of                                                                                                                                                       Uxbridge Assessors Records as Parcel
                                                                                                                                                                                          Identifier 490351700000 and being part of                                                 June 11, 2010



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                                                                   DEAL…Contemporary          home LOT included with this 2.31+ acre                                                                           SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2010
                               street in a country town? Then      with private setting on 5.4 acres parcel near Quaboag Pond. The 2+                                 SUTTON:
                               look here, this four bedroom colo-  set back from the road with a acre parcel maybe dividable, or redo
                                                                   man made pond and a barn. current three season cottage and                                         11 Boston Road           SF        12:00-2:00       $189,900       Century 21 Maher Real Estate/Ron Garabedian 508-615-5058
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                               and has been recently remodeled.    3 1/2 baths, estate sale being dead end street in area of newer
                               Call and view today. $204,500.                                                                                                         AUBURN:
                                                                   sold as is. $153,000              homes. $159.900
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                                                                                                                                                                      4 Merriam Terrace        SF        12:00-2:00       $99,900        Century 21 Maher Real Estate/Janice Ward 508-847-4277
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                                                    JOIN WORCESTER COUNTY’S LEADING CENTURY21 OFFICE                                                                  33 Church Street         SF        3:00-5:00        $249,900       Coldwell Banker/Inger Christensen 508-769-3823
                                    Personal and online training • Team support • License school reimbursement for new agents                                         OXFORD:
                                                            Competitive Splits • Great business benefits                                                              14 Westview Avenue       SF        3:00-5:00        $274,900       Coldwell Banker/Elaine Armstrong 508-353-1932
                                                   Call today for a confidential consultation…ask for Jim Lovett
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                                                                                                                                                                      49 Locust Avenue         SF        12:00-2:00       $109,900       Aucoin Ryan Realty 508-765-9155
                                                                                                                                                                      5 River Avenue           SF        12:00-2:00       $124,900       Aucoin Ryan Realty 508-765-9155
                                                                                                                                                                      134 Chapin Street        M         1:00-3:00        $219,900       Aucoin Ryan Realty 508-765-9155
                                                                                                                                                                      631 Alpine Drive         SF        12:00-3:00       $244,900       Liz Banas Real Estate 774-230-5026
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                                                                                                                                                                      3 Falls Road             SF        11:00-1:00       $329,900       Century 21 Maher Real Estate/Ann Marie Sorensen
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                                                                                                                                                                      826 School Street        SF        12:00-2:00       $253,975       Century 21 Lake Realty 508-943-9306
                                                                                                                                                                      3 Greystone Avenue       SF        11:30-1:30       $169,900       ERA Key Realty Services/Diane Strzelecki 508-335-2384
                                HOLLAND. Yearround water-                        HOLLAND. Cozy waterfront retreat!         OAKHAM. 4 BR, 2.5 bath Colonial            WORCESTER:
                                front! 2 BR, 2 full bath ranch on                3 BR fireplaced home has spectac-         being sold ‘as is’. Approved for
                                Hamilton Res. Fully furnished!                   ular views and 85' on the water,          HomePath financing w/ as little            47 Zenith Drive          SF        12:00-2:00       $210,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate/Lorraine Jankowski
                                Large deck overlooking your                      sandy beach. Updated electric, con-       as 3% down. 2 car garage, IG                                                                                  508-277-5831
                                cove! $319,000. Mary Sears.                      ventional septic. Plenty of parking.      pool needs repair, on 2.3 +/-
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                                                                                                                                                                                   Owner/Broker                         $269,900                                       $329,900                                        $399,900+
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Motivated sell-                                  Sandy beach, 125’                                                                                                               12:00 PM-UXBRIDGE (Linwood)
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Pond,       boating,                                                                                                       16 Church Street a/k/a 14-20 Church Street
                                                                                                                        631 Alpine Drive, Southbridge, MA                                                                            ting, open floor
                                                                                                                         SUNDAY, JUNE 13th, 12PM-3PM                                                                                 plan offers 1st fl                               fishing, skiing, pri-                                                                                                    multiple-houses, 0.76 ac lot, house #1, 3 fam, 3,272 sf
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                                                                                                                               REDUCED! $244,900                                                                                                                                      open contempo-                                                                                                            liv area, house #2, 2 fam, 2,160 sf liv area, house #3,
                                                                                                  Directions: Main to Elm; bear left at the fork (Lebanon Hill), right onto Alpine Drive.                                            country kitchen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      rary floor plan,
                                                                                                  Move right into this one owner 2000 sq. ft. cape/gambrel, located on 8+ acres with                                                 w/center island,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     central vac, 1st                                 lower level conven-                                                                                                      2 fam, 1,400 sf liv area, house #4, sgl fam, 1,144 sf liv
                                                                                                  over 260 ft. of road frontage in a private, serene, country setting; Seven rooms, three
                                                                                                  bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths; home features wide pine board floors, wainscoting, fireplace,                       fl laundry, 10 minutes to Mass Pike, Rte        ient walk out, 3rd bedroom, small second             SELECT YOUR PLAN NOW!!                                                                               area, Worcester(Worc): Bk 39841, Pg 108
                                                                                                                                                                                                             395. Easy commute to Worcester, walk            kitchen, convenient bath and den area,
                                                                                                  brick hearth for a woodstove, chair rail and six panel doors. 3 bay carriage shed. Close                                                                   upper level has 28’ deck with screened-in           OWN A VAL-GO HOME NOW!!
                                                                                                                                                                                                             out basement. 217 Dudley-Southbridge
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                                                                                                                                                                                                             Rd. 508-943-7669 Jo-Ann                         area. 29 Flaxfield Rd. 508-943-7669 Jo-Ann                7 Jonathan Pass                                                                         TERMS: $5,000 cash or certified check at the time and place
                                                                                                  Call ‘Liz’ Banas Real Estate at 1-508-765-5452/ 1-774-230-5026. Owner is broker.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         OXFORD: 5 Rm. 3 Br. ranch in desirable                                                                                                               street parking. Features:
                                                           AUBURN: 6 Rm, 3 Br. 1 Bath Cape, Great           STURBRIDGE: DEEDED Beach Rights! 4                 SUTTON: 8 Rm, 5 Br. Antique Colonial.        WORCESTER: 6 Rm, 4 Br, 2.5 Ba Ranch.            BROOKFIELD: Short Sale. 3 BR Ranch
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                                                           location! Home is in need of repairs. Siding,    Br Ranch Frplcd DR Master BR w/ cath ceil-         Located on Sutton/Grafton line. Mansard                                                      w/Finished Rm. in lower level. House fea-                                                                                                                                                         cathedral ceiling living,
                                                                                                            ings & hot tub. Hdwds finished LL. New             roof, new furnace & hot water tank, newer,   new roof on 200?, storage shed, garage under.   tures wood stove, younger roof and septic.   packed eat in kitchen, fenced yard, 2 car
                                                           roof, furnace and windows are 12 years old.                                                                                                      Appliance incl, washer, dryer & microwave                                                    attached garage all on lg. landscaped lot.                                                                                  kitchen, dinette area, maple cabinets, tile floors in
                                                           Sold as is. 4 Merriam Terrace                    roof, septic, boiler & water tank. 2 car garage.   siding and windows, 1+ acre level lot. 11    47 Zenith Dr.                                   Minutes to 148, convenient to Rts. 9 & 67
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            $155,900 Call: 508-832-5831                  $255,000 Call: 508-832-5831                                                                              Caroline           kitchen and baths. (1344 sqft. living space).
                                                           $99,900 Call: 508-832-5831                       3 Falls Rd. $329,900 Call: 508-832-5831            Boston Road $189,900 Call: 508-832-5831      $210,000 Call: 508-832-5831                                                                                                                                                                           Bianchi            $219,000 Call Caroline 508-832-6888 X222.
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                                                                                                                                                                                 AUBURN: 925 square feet of office                 Class Rebate!          Sandra Loughlin                                                                                                                                                          ing living/dining/kitchen area, set on 0.67
                                                           SOUTHBRIDGE:              Contemporary WEBSTER: Waterfront Property! 6 Rm                           6 Rm, 2 Br., 2 Ba.- Waterfront!
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                                                           Colonial 8 Rm, 4 Br. 1,5 BA, Formal DR 2Br. Colonial on Webster Lake. Applcd
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                                                           ground pool $265,000.                   $349,000 33 Colonial Rd.                    6 Rm, 3 Br., 1 Ba. - Fenced Yard. 528 SF Bldg. for rent                    or email at C21Maher@aol.com SLGarbo@aol.com
                                                           Call: 508-832-5831                      Call: 508-832-5831                                                            Call: Sandy 508-832-5831 x 12                                                                                                                                                                                                         Visit my web site: www.carolinebianchi.com
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                                                             N EW                       hood – applianced kitchen           RE                          - gleaming hardwoods                                         dining room -- three bedrooms
                                                                                        open to dining area – spacious                                  throughout -- applianced                                     -- stainless steel kitchen -- 2 full
                                                                                        cathedral ceiling family room –                                 kitchen -- dining area -- living                             ceramic baths -- French door to
                                                          breezeway – deck - hardwood floors – 1st flr laundry – ceram-                                 room -- two large bedrooms                                   enclosed three-season porch --
                                                          ic bath – garage – walk-out basement – town services – close                                  -- ceramic bath -- three-sea-
                                                                                                                        son porch -- HWBB oil heat -- recent furnace -- attached hardwoods floors -- recent roof, windows, hydroair heat and a/c
                                                          to schools and shopping                                       garage -- shed -- backyard patio for your summer cook-outs! -- 2-car garage -- excellent neighborhood -- close to everything!
                                                           R/E Tax $1862                                      $214,900 R/E Tax $1783                                         $232,900 R/E Tax $1820                                           $239,900

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                                                                                                    formal dining room --living room                                                                   level living space on a half acre                                                             dry finished basement - detached
                                                                                                    -- three bedrooms -- full bath --                                                                  close to everything. Spacious                                                                 garage - shed - dog coop - three-
                                                                                                    hardwood floors -- pellet stove --                                                                 kitchen - dining area - 30 ft. liv-                                                           zone oil heat - recent roof, furnace
                                                                                                    oil heat -- recent roof and gutters                        ing room and three extra large bedrooms - 2.5 baths - 36 ft. screened                                                                 and electric - town services - good
                                                                                                                                                               back porch overlooking level back yard - partially finished basement,                                                                 commuter location close to high-
                                                                                                    --garage -- patio.                                         tons of storage - oil heat, recent roof, garage, town services.                                                                       way access.
                                                          R/E Tax $1885                                                      $184,900                          RE/Taxes $2268                                                $209,900                        R/E Tax $1464                                                     $177,000

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 SAT. &             $0 DOWN* / PAYMENTS   $79 / MONTH*                                                                                                            AND UP
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                                2007 ACURA TL                                                                      2002 TOYOTA                                              2007 GMC SIERRA PICKUP
                                   3.2 LITER, 5OK,
                                 LOADED, NAVIGATION                                                                 CAMRY L2                                                                      4X4, V8
                                                                                                                 AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, CC, CD
                               $21,900*                                                                          $7,999*
                                                                                                                                                                                              ONLY
                                                                                                                                                                                    $14,900*
                   2006 CADILLAC STS4                                                             2007 NISSAN ALTIMA                                                2006 CHEVY EQUINOX
                   AWD, BLACK, LEATHER, SUNROOF, CHROME                                                                                                             AWD, AUTO, AC, SUNROOF, PW, PL, CC, CD,
                   WHEELS, PW, PL, CC, CD, WOOD, MINT COND.                                       27K, AUTO, AC, PW, PL                                             ALLOY WHEELS, EXCELLENT COND            2 TO
                   $19,999*                                                                       $15,900*                                                          $14,999*                                         CHOOSE

                  2008 CHEVY IMPALA LS                                                             2007 DODGE CHARGER
                                                                                                   AUTO, AC, SUNROOF, ALLOYS, ONLY 21K, PW, PL,                     2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
                  PW, PL, V6, AUTO, AC                                                             CC, CD                                                           LOW MILES, PW, PL
                  $13,900                        *
                                                                                                   $17,999                     *
                                                                                                                                                                    $18,900*                                         1 LEFT !!
                  2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING LIMITED                                                   2007 HONDA ACCORD LX                                            2007 FORD XLT
                  AUTO, AC, WOOD, ALLOYS, PW, PL, CC, CD, EXCELLENT                               36K, AUTO, PW, PL, ALLOYS
                                                                                                                                                                  65K, 5.4 TRITON V-8, AUTO, AC. BEDLINER, PW, PL, CC CD, CHROME WHEELS
                  COND.
                                                                                                  $12,900                          *
                                                                                                                                                                  $19,999*
                  $14,999                      *

                  2006 HONDA PILOT EX
                                                                                                  2005 DODGE DAKOTA CREW CAB                                        2008 HYNDAI SONATA
                                                                                                  AUTO, AC, 4-DOOR, CD, BEDLINER                                    AUTO, AC, PW, PL, CC, CD
                  AWD, SUNROOF, PW, PL,, CC, CD, AC, ALLOYS

                  $18,999                       *                                                 $12,999*                                                          $14,999*
                                                                                                                                                                    2007 DODGE RAM SLT 4X4
                  2006 JEEP COMMANDER 4X4                                                         2007 MAZDA 3                                                      CREW CAB, AUTO, AC, CD, PW, PL, CC, BEDLINER,
                                                                                                                                                                    TOUNEAU COVER
                                                                                                  AUTO, AC, ALLOYS, LOW MILES
                  AUTO, AC, 7 PASSENGER, SUNROOF, CC,                                                                                                               $24,999*
                  PW, PL, ALLOY WHEELS.                                                           $11,999                          *
                                                                                                                                                                    2008 NISSAN MAXIMA
                  $17,999*                                                                       2006 JEEP WRANGLER X 4X4
                                                                                                                                                                    24K, PW, PL, V-6, SUNROOF

                                       ONLY                                                      AUTO, AC, SILVER, MINT COND
                                                                                                                                                                    $20,499*
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                                                                                                                                                                     AUTO, AC, PW, PL, CC, CD, ALLOYS

                  2008 CHEVROLET SILVERADO Z71
                                                                                                 2007 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4X4
                                                                                                 5.4 TRITON V8, AUTO, AC, BEDLINER, XLT PKG,
                                                                                                                                                                     $12,900                    *

                                                                                                 PW, PL, CC, CD, CHROME WHEELS
                  4X4, EXTRA CAB, AUTO, AC, CD, PW, PL, ALLOYS                                                                                                        2008 FORD EXPLORER
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                                                                                                                                                                      $18,900*
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                  SPECIAL                                                                                                                                         SPECIAL
                              2001 VW JETTA GLS                                                              2005 DODGE GRAND
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                                    $6,999*                                                                      $9,999               *
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                                              $16
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Carburetors. Good For Either            Small, Runs Great                                          New Echo Gas 17’ Trimmer
 Rebuilds, Or Parts Engine                     $20                                                  Chainsaw & Accessories
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                                                                                                                                          508-885-2400
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                                             $12
                                                                            (Furnished)
                                                                                 $75                    Screen Doors                                                     Biolet Composting                           Laminate Kit
          Or Garden
                                                                                                                                      Air Conditioner                                                                                            860-774-8008
(1) McCormick Horse-Drawn             Slipcover For Sofa                Electric Stove $100
                                                                                                            $50 Each                                                            Toilet                         Installiation Tile Cutter
           Mower                                                                                                                     Whirlpool Window Mount                Great For Cabins!
   (1) Single Gang Tractor
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                                                                      2 Garage Doors                   42” Wide                       4W296, HK Potter 2790                                                                                     Includes California
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           King-Sized Waterbed Frame,
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                                                                           7 Feet x 9 Feet
                                                                                                      Mitsubishi TV                                                               $75 Each                        Cimbali                      Large Armoire, Large
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (2) Large End Tables. Sturdy
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                                                                     All In Excellent Condition        Not Wall Mounted,                    $200 OBO                               $4 Each                        Machine                       Cherry In Excellent
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                                                                                                                                          508-867-6546                                                                New $850                      $2000 OBO
                                                                                                          Asking $500
     Showcase                       Conair Foot Massage                  2 Grayish                       508-248-9248                                                          Black Wrought
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Asking $350             MUST SACRIFICE AT
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           $300                          508-410-6017                   Bucket Seats                   454 350HP                       Paper Cutter                              Iron Table                       Used Only Twice.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             (3) Original Factory
                                                                   Fit In 1999 Plymouth Minivan                                                                            60”x38” With Six Chairs.                 508-987-0549
       413-245-1241                                                                                                                               $150
                                                                         Excellent Condition          Marine Engine                                                       Umbrella, Stand And Chair                                                Hubcaps
   (2) Girls Bikes                        15’ Pool                            $70 Each                 Complete & Running.           Antique Cast-Iron                      Cushions. Great Quality                 Clawfoot                   For Hyundai Sonata
                                    Ideal For Young Family!               Or Both For $100          Includes Alternator, Power                                               And In Great Shape.                      Tub                           $35 Each
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                                    Bought From & Serviced                  508-885-3136            Steering Pump, Raw Water           Wire Stitcher                                $360                                                           Call Alan At
          $10 Each
                                         By Ideal Pool.                                                                                           $100                                                            Good Condition
                                                                            860-888-5207                    Pump, Etc.                                                            508-943-1117                                                   508-509-5407
      508-756-9296                   5 Years Old, Excellent                                                                                                                                                           $300
                                                                                                              $3500                       Cast-Iron                                                               508-867-9566
(2) Green Colonial
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                                             $1000
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                                                                                                                                         Cyprus Wood                              .50 To $1 Each
     Asking $250 OBO              18 Foot Fiberglass                 With Koeler 25HP V-Twin                $20 Each                              $100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                & Collectibles                     $175 FIRM
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                                        Boat                       Engine. Less Than 100 Hours                                            Black Canvas                         & Two Separate Bases             X-Mas Items, Sewing
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                                                                      Use. 48” Deck, Newly              10 Aluminum                                                                                                                            Caresoft Upholstery,
                                     21 Foot Cabin Boat                                                Storm Windows                    Truck Bed-Cover                             Baby Seat                    Material, Etc., Etc.          Looks Like Leather.
(2) Mercedes-Benz                     Aluminum Toolbox
                                                                        Serviced. Includes
                                                                                                           $200 For All               Fits GMC/Chevy 1/2-Ton                     (All Purchases At              Call For Appointment                $65 FIRM
                                                                     Craftsman Dump Trailer.
   Alloy Wheels                         For Pickup Truck                    List $3295                    860-923-3569
                                                                                                                                              Pickups                              Babies R Us)                 Weekdays 4pm-8pm                  508-867-9786
  Fit 190-124 Body Style,                                                                                                                       $75                                                              Weekends Anytime
                                        Fiberglass Cap                    Asking $2000                                                                                          Call 508-943-3342
 1985-1992. Wheel Size Is                                                 860-774-1261                                                     774-452-3514                           Ask For Pattie                    Liz And Mike             Coolant System
         6.5” x 15”                         For Truck                                                                                                                                                               508-949-7277
                                                                                                        ‘60s Stereo                                                                                                                         1/4HP 208/230V 3-Phase
 1 Wheel Includes Michelin                 Cultivator                     24 Foot                    Credenza Cabinet                Antique Dresser                                                                   Webster
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               6-Gallon Flood-Type
     XM+S Alpin Radial                     With Motor
                                                                       Above-Ground                                                      Bird’s-Eye Maple.                Brand New Juki                                                           $300 New
 (195-65-15) In Near-New                                                                                    With Radio                   Beautiful, In Great                Commercial                          Coin-Operated
                                           Band Saw                                                            $150                                                                                                                                $150 OBO
         Condition.
                                            On Stand                       Pool                                                              Condition.                                                         FoosBall Table
        $165 For All                                                 All Hardware, Solar Cover,
                                                                                                        In Good Condition
                                                                                                                                              $275                        Sewing Machine                               $300                 120V 6-Gallon Flood-Type
      774-230-8816                     NEW Lawnmower                                                     Call 10am-7pm                                                   Walking Foot, Table, Motor,                                             Coolant System
                                                                             Filter, Etc.                 508-885-6831                    508-885-2170                                                             Or Best Offer
                                                                         Only Used 5 Years.                                                                                   All Accessories.                     860-774-8008                    $300 New
      (2)25 Ft. &                        Fishing Rods                                                                                                                                                                                              $150 OBO
                                            With Reels                          $800                                                  Antique Victorian                      Beautiful Machine.
      (2)18 Foot                         508-278-2684
                                                                          508-223-6003               8-Foot Tonneau                   8pc. Black Marble                         Paid $1600                       Coleman                        Call 5pm-8:30pm
                                                                                                                                                                            Will Sell For $1200
      Parking Lot                                                          2500                          Cover                            Fireplace                           Only Used Once                    Powermate                        508-867-6546
      Light Posts                    1930’s Antique                     Sports Cards                    For Pickup Truck               Mantle Surround                         508-341-6941                  5000W Generator                        Couch
      w/Double Lamps                                                                                          $200                       Good Condition                                                           110V/220V, 20A.
        New $1500                    Hand-Painted                     Mostly Stars & Rookies
                                                                                                      (4) Chrome Wheels                 Best Offer For Both                       Brunarhans                      Well Maintained.            Navy Blue Leather
                                                                     Baseball, Football, Hockey,
       508-764-8330                    Decorative                      Basketball, And More!             15-Inch, Were                   Leave Message                         12-Gun Hutch-Style              10HP Briggs & Stratton            $1000 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Engine. Recent New
                                        Washtub                                    $50                   On Dodge Van.                    860-923-2987                           Gun Cabinet                         Magneto.                   774-230-6152
  (6) HEPA Filters                         Asking $175                     508-864-9223
                                                                                                      Asking $200 For All 4                                                            $500                     Runs Well. Used For
        1/3HP, 120V
                                          508-765-0342                                               Call 508-873-1394              Beautiful Antique                                                             Power Outages.           Crystal Glassware
      2x4 Area Output
                                                                    3-Wheel Electric                                                     Hutch                                      Dry Bar
   Floor Or Wall-Mount                                                                                                                                                            With 2 Stools
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    $450 FIRM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   508-320-0133
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Of All Kinds
                                                                    Handicap Scooter                                                       Purchased At
  Great For Woodworking                  60 Foot                                                     8-Inch/10-Inch                    Brimfield Flea Market.                         All Oak                                                Plus A Few Bowls, Etc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Good Stuff, For Cheap!
            Area.                                                        Has New Batteries,                                                                                            $500                    Colonial Wood
      Cost New $1000                    Magnesium                      Lightweight, Great For       Porcelain Plates                         Paid $950                                                                                           413-245-6246
  Sell For $125 Each OBO                 Ladder                         Foxwoods Or Travel.        All With Children’s Pictures           Asking $600                             Scuba Gear                   Hutch and Base
    Call 5pm-8:30pm                            $400                            $500                   By Well-Known Artist.
                                                                                                   With Certificates & Numbers,
                                                                                                                                    Oak Dining Room Set                   Tanks, Wetsuit, BC, Fins,              Honey Pine finish.           Custom-Made
                                                                           508-987-6395                                                                                 Regulator With Octopus, Etc.               Asking $350
     508-867-6546                  Ryobi 10-Inch Mitre Saw                                            Still In Original Boxes.            Great Condition
                                                                                                                                                                                   $300
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Wrought Iron
                                                                                                                                           With 6 Chairs                                                         Antique Czech
      27’ Above
                                                $35                     All In Brand                     If Interested, Call
                                                                                                                                            Paid $2500                         860-779-6171                                                     Pot Rack
                                         Potbelly Stove                                                    508-347-3238                                                                                           Crystal Set                   18 Inch Diameter.
     Ground Pool                                $60
                                                                       New Condition                    Will Discuss Prices                Asking $500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Valued at over $1800.                  $90
   Top Of The Line Quality                 NordicTrac
                                                                              2 Sets Of                                                    Please Call                         Californa King                   Hand cut, very ornate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wrought Iron
                                                                          Twin Mattresses                                                 508-764-6825                                                               Appraised.
      (Ester Williams)
 Includes Brand New Liner,
                                                $50
                                                                         2 Black Bar Stools
                                                                                                     80-Gallon Ruud                                                            Bedroom Set                        Will sell for $900             Single-Panel
  Large Deck, Stairs, Filter,               TorsoTrac                   Black Leather Chair
                                                                                                      Electric Water                        COINS
                                                                                                                                                                             New Matress, Split
                                                                                                                                                                           Boxsprings, Headboard.               Call (508)943-6367
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Fireplace Screen
                                               $15                                                                                                                                                                                                  31” x 39”
     Pump, And All The                                                     With Ottoman                   Heater                        State Quarters                     With Beveled Glass-Top                                                     $70
        Accesories.                    4-Foot Steel Shelves
                                                                               27” TV                     3 Years Old.                                                      Bureau & 2 Endtables.            Dale Ernhardt Sr.
     Over $10,000 New                    Very Heavy Duty                                                                                Still In Bank Rolls!                                                                                       Andirons
        BEST OFFER                             $50                    (2) Boys Chopper Bikes
                                                                                                       Excellent Condition
                                                                                                                                      Complete Set, ‘P’ & ‘D’                    $1500 OBO                      Letter Coat
                                                                                                              $400                                                             Ask For Ron Jr.                New, With 2 Cars In Case                 $25
       508-344-0195                                                        508-987-2502                  508-341-6669                     774-232-0407                         508-943-1000
                                          413-245-7388                                                                                                                                                                 $150
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    010 FOR SALE                     010 FOR SALE                   010 FOR SALE                   010 FOR SALE                   010 FOR SALE                    010 FOR SALE                     010 FOR SALE                      010 FOR SALE
  Dasher Electric                   eMachines                      Jenny Lind                 Maple Headboard                    Player Piano                                                 TOOL SHEDS                              White GE Profile
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  30” Convection
     Scooter                                                       Oak 3/4 Bed                  & Footboard                     Excellent Condition
                                                                                                                                                                                                Made of Texture 1-11
           $300                     Desktop PC                   Headboard & Footboard,                    &                     150 Rolls Go With It
                                                                                                                                                                                                    8x8 $625                        Wall Oven
                                  With 20” Samsung                 With Spring & Rails,                                                 $850
Electric Lift Recliner                                                                           Maple 6-Drawer                    508-234-9020                                                     8x10 $800                         GE Spacemaker
                                     LCD Monitor                  Plus 5-Drawer Dresser
           $300                                                       And Mattress                  Dresser                                                                                         8x12 $875                      Microwave Oven
                                  140GB Hard Drive, 1GB                                            Full-Sized w/Rails,         Pratt & Whitney                                                      8x16 $1175                           And Vent
        Never-Used                 RAM. CD/DVD Burner,                 Asking $500
                                                                                                      From 1970’s
         Daybed                     Digital Media Card             Jenny Lind                             $200                 Flat-Belt Driven                   Solid Oak                        Delivered And                         GE Profile
           $200                      Reader (4 Slots).                                                                           Metal Lathe                                                        Built On-Site                 Induction Stovetop
                                 Running Vista Smoothly!          Maple 3/4 Bed                     774-452-1668                                               L-Desk & Hutch
  Antique Hooked Rug                                                                                                             Overall Dimensions;                                            Other Sizes Available                  All For $550
           $100
                                     Asking $500 For             Headboard & Footboard,
                                                                                                                                 7’ Long By 2’ Wide
                                                                                                                                                                   $1995                         Call 413-324-1117                Moving, So MUST SELL
                                       The Combo!                 With Spring & Rails.                                                                       Light, Distressed Oak Wheat,
                                                                                                                                Comes With 3 & 4 Jaw                                                                                  508-347-8029
 Honda 1400 Generator                 774-232-6617                    Asking $250                Miscellaneous                         Chucks.                Integrated Surge Supressor
          $300                                                       774-452-1668                    Items                               $450                Power Unit, Storage Curios,              Trac Vac                      Wizard Of Oz
                                                                                                                                                               Open Shelf (Built-In Lamp)      Model 662, 3-Point Hitch.
        Call Dave                Farm Equipment                                                                                     860-923-3532
      508-892-8242                                               John Deere 2243               Maytag Wall-Mount                     Ask For Ron                 Top Drawbridge Slides        Dual 44-Gallon Containers,               Books
                                     Cultivator Toolbar             Greens Mower                Microwave Oven                                                  Forward And Illuminated        6.5 HP Briggs & Stratton                Older Editions
                                  5-Foot, 5-Spring Tine,                                                                                                                Desktop.              Motor, 8-Inch Intake, 6-Inch
  Diamond Ring                     2 Hiller Discs, 3-Point
                                                                       $5900 OBO                    Works Fine. $50
                                                                                                                                 Prom Dress                        68”Wx81”Dx72”H                Exhaust. For Massey           Victrola Talking Machine
Gents 14K Yellow & White                    $350                    John Deere 220A                  Head Skis,                                                     (Includes Left-L)          Ferguson, Will Fit Others.               Floor Model
  Gold. Center Diamond                                         Walk-Behind Greens Mower                                             New - Size 4
                                      Lime Spreader                                               Bindings & Poles           Beautiful Paisley Multi-Print      One Owner/1yr Old/MINT          Paid $2100, Used Twice                  Book Shelf
 90/100 Surrounded By                                                  $1995 OBO                      Never Used!                                                   Originally $2400                508-892-1412                         6 Feet Tall
                                Tow-Behind, Ground Driven.                                                                    With White Background.
   6 03/100 Diamonds.                                                508-764-8330                        $150                    Spaghetti Straps.                   508-765-1231
     All Fine Brilliance                    $150                                                                                                                                                  Trestle-Style                    Call 860-779-0947
                                                                                                  Pioneer & Technics          Purchased From David’s
26 Year Old Appraisal Was             860-974-7099                 Kawai Organ                    Stereo Components                Bridal For $200           Solid Wrought Iron                   Library Table                       Yamaha
           $5560                                                      Asking $2000                                                   Asking $100
                                                                                                       Best Offer                                              Flat Fireplace                    Antique, 72”x32”Wide
 Will Sell For Same Now!
     774-232-0407
                                  Farmer’s Hutch
                                                                         Tools                                                     508-278-6693                                                         Boards.                     V-Star 1100
                                            $200                                                 Call 508-949-7040                                                 Screen                             Asking $175               Studded Seat & Pillion Pad
                                                                All Kinds Of Home Tools                                                                                                                                                  $200
 Double Window                      Call 508-943-3711           Some New, Some Lightly          Mitsubishi 65”                 Punch Bowl Set                  With Matching Andirons
                                                                                                                                                                      44”x33”                             Also
 New, Vetter High Pro 4                  After 6pm                        Used                                                      With 18 Cups                                                                                   FitnessQuest Edge
    With Screens.
                                                                                                Projection TV                           $30                             $50                      Antique Victor Victrola,
                                                                                                                                                                                                1850’s Melodeon Organ,                Crosstrainer
  Measures 76”Long
                                     Fish Tanks                       508-347-3380              With Oak Entertainment                                           10.5’ Grey Corion                     And More                   Used Only A Few Times
                                    125 & 75 Gallon                                                     Center
        61”High                                                  Kimball Spinnet                        $700                     Kerosene Lamp                      Countertop                       508-248-1951                      Asking $250
                                Complete Setups, Including                                                                               $25                           With Sink
       $650 OBO                   Wood Cabinet Stands,               Piano                      Tomos 80 Motorcycle                                                      $75                      TT Custom Fit                     Sears Craftsman
                                Canister Filters For Salt Or          Solid Wood.                                                                                                                                                  Gas-Powered Edger
  Call 508-259-8805
                                  Fresh Water, Heaters,            Excellent Condition,
                                                                                                     3-Speed Auto             (2) Clear Candy Dishes              Grohle Ladylux                    Car Cover                              $75
                                                                                                         $500                        $5 For Both                   Cafe Faucet                    For 2002 Roadster
Downsizing Sale!                 Pumps, Lights & Extras.             Needs Tuning.
                                                                                                      End Tables                                                         $40                      Convertible (Will Fit               508-892-1550
                                   $600 & $500 FIRM                Appraised At $2500                                                Music Box
  Solid Maple 2-Piece              Call 508-949-7040                    Will Sell                 (2) Glass-Top With                                              Call 508-234-2647
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Other Years)
     Formal Hutch                                                                                 Wrought Iron Base                Stein (German)                                                         $90
                                                                       $800 FIRM                                                         $20                                                                                         100 GENERAL
     68”Hx40”Lx18”W                     FOR SALE:                    508-892-9103                    $90 For Both                                            Sony Wega 32” TV                     Excellent Condition.
          $300                      Clothes Dryer                                                                                                                                                 Original Cost $260
                                                                                                    860-774-1833                    1 Pair A/R                        Like New!
   Solid Maple Desk                                               Kitchen Center                                                Bookshelf Speakers                       $150                 Roberts Reel-To-Reel               105 BULLETIN BOARD
                                 Stainless Steel Sink
   With Attached Hutch                                               By Oster                   MOST ITEMS                              $150                                                  Tape Player/Recorder
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               IN REMEMBRANCE
         (Basset)               Dual Action Bike+Arm           Complete Set Of Attachments                                                                       Beautiful Oak                         Best Offer
    76”Hx42”Lx18”W                Exercise Machine                For Food Processing,
                                                                                               HALF ORIGINAL                        508-764-1439              41”W x 54”H x 23”D                                                Julie Ann Bainton
           $200                                                                                                                                                                                     508-764-9309
                                      860-428-0656                 Cooking & Baking.              PRICE!                                                        Cabinet For TV                                                     (Knurowski)
 Solid Maple Tea Cart                                               Great Condition.                                                Rototiller                 With Recessed Doors.           Turn Of The Century
                                                                                                    Arien Tractor                                                                                                                36 Year Senior Secretary
       With Drawer                Full-Length                             $65                                                 Ariens, Rear Tine, Electric
                                                                                                                               Start. Newly Serviced,
                                                                                                                                                                     Paid $800                  4-Piece Living                    Bay Path High School
           $50                                                       508-949-1320                  Arc Welder                                                       Asking $200
Stainless Steel Flatware
                                Mahogany Female                                                                                      7HP Engine.              Photos Available By Email
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Room Set                      Dear Friend, Please Visit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Our Guest Book And Leave A
                                 Mink Fur Coat                  Ladies Fur Coats                Wood-Burning Stove                      $550                                                     Couch & Three Chairs,
   Service For 10, Some                                                                                                                                            508-764-4103                   Mahogany Framed.              Note To Pay Your Respects
                                  Size 16, Good Condition         New & Refurbished             Fishing Equipment                  508-234-6096                                                                                  www.tinyurl.com/JulieBainton
       Service Pieces                                                                                                                                                                              Good Condition.
            $25                            $1600                      Great Prices.              Archery Equipment                                             Stainless Steel                        $350 OBO
  (2) Large Crystal-Base
                                       860-935-0355              With The Look Of New,                                        Ruby & Diamond                   Double Tub Sink                                                 IN REMEMBRANCE OF
                                                                  And Not The Price.              Machinist Tools             14K Ladies’ Ring                                                                                  John H Goodhall, 84
          Lamps                     FURNITURE                     Mink, Raccoon, Fox,                 Auto Tools
                                                                                                                                                                       On Stand.                 Above Fireplace                     Military Service
         $20 Each                                                                                                               Ruby Wt. Appx. .60ct            Great For Workshop Or
                                 Beautiful Brown Paisley           Shearling, Coyote,                                        2 Diamonds Are Set To The             Laundry Room.                     Mantle                          June 12, 2010
Medium Crystal-Base Lamp              Couch, Chair                     And More!                    Antenna Tower                                                                               With Shelves & Beveled
            $15                                                                                                                   Side. Fine Color &                      $40                                                       Holland Cemetary
                                     With Matching                   Long & Short                   35mm Camera                     Good Quality.                                                       Mirror                             1pm
   Horizontal & Vertical          Large Beveled Mirror.              508-885-8940                                            Documented Replacement                 413-262-9990                        $100                        Light Refreshments
 Decorative Plate Holders                  $700                     Leave Message                 146 VHS Disney                     Value $1375                                                    508-885-3124                      Directly After At
  Free-Standing Jewelry               Antique Oak                                                     Movies                       Asking $750                    Storm Door                                                       Holland Senior Center
          Armoire                    Rocking Chair                  Landscape                       508-885-5189                Call 508-347-5813                     30” x 80”                Unique Oak Table
            $30                            $100                     Equipment
                                                                                                                                                              Never Used. With All Parts.
                                                                                                                                                                      Paid $108
                                                                                                                                                                                                     72” Round                      Parents Of
                                                                                                                                                                                                        $550                     1st-8th Graders!
 Ann Klein Womens Dress
                                   Antique Pine Buffet                Trailer                        MOTORS                       Schwinn                            Sell For $59               Must See To Appreciate
                                           $200
        Winter Coat                                                     $995 OBO                     1/2HP 230/460V            Electric Scooter                         ALSO:                       508-756-6120                   Are You Tired Of The
    Black, Calf-Length,               508-867-8948                                                                             Needs new battery, $60.                                                                               Peer Pressure?
   Never Worn, Size 2X                                            Aluminum Folding                1725RPM, 56 Frame.                                                Metal Door                      774-289-6982                   Are You Tired Of The
                                                                  Staging/Scaffolding                    $45 OBO                  (508)764-6560                  With 15 Glass Lites,
            $75                                                                                                                                                                                   Utility Trailer                    Large Classes?
 Ann Klein Womens Grey
                                   Gas Fireplace                 2 Sections w/Platforms,              5HP, 230/460V                                              Left Or Right Hang.
                                                                                                                                                                                                4’x6.5’, 15-Inch Wheels
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Perhaps An Alternative Is
    Dress Winter Coat                Log Set                       On Wheels, w/Steps
                                                                  4’6”W, 7’3”L, 6’-12’H
                                                                                              1740RPM, 184T Frame/TEFC
                                                                                                        $125 OBO
                                                                                                                                  Scuba Gear                             $40
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Good Condition
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Our New Unique And
                                                                                                                                      For Sale                      Call Richard                                                     Exciting School
  Calf-Length, Worn Only           Brand New, Original                  $895 OBO                                                                                                                          $300
    Few Times, Size 12                Unopened Box.                                                   5HP, 230/460V          Includes Sherwood Octopus,            508-885-9046                                                    Oxford Community
            $50                   R.H. Peterson 24” Split           Call 5pm-8:30pm           3495RPM, 184T Frame/TEFC          Cobra 2pc Lg. Genesis 3                                            Lawn Sweeper                     Christian School
       Call Chris                   Oak Vented Log Set                508-867-6546                      $125 OBO              Combo Gauge. 2 Aluminum                  Stove                   Pull-Behind Riding Mower           www.oxfordcommunity
                                  With 24” Triple-T Burner                                                                   Tanks With Tank Boots. Insp.           Franklin Style                 4’, Good Condition              christianschool.com
                                                                                                  1/2HP 208/230/460V
     508-764-3736                 Either Gas Or Propane.           Large Oak &                Large Overhead Door-Opener       8/2009. Womens Size 14               Wood-Burning                          $75                     occschool@yahoo.com
                                       Original $650               Glass Hutch                                                  5MM Neosport Wetsuit.                   $275
  Early 2-Drawer                       MUST SELL!
                                                                                                        $120 OBO
                                                                                                                                  Excursion Bag And                                                Cement Mixer                     107 MISC. FREE
  Blanket Chest                          $400 OBO
                                                                 Lighted Interior, Storage
                                                                 Underneath, Silverware
                                                                                                4 Motor Speed Controls              Some Weights                     Gas Log                        Good Condition
                                                                                                                                                                                                        $150
                                      860-928-5266                        Drawer
                                                                                                 Hitachi J100, 400/460V                 $1200                        Never Used                                                           FREE
 4-Drawer Bureau                                                           $600
                                                                                                        Best Offer              Bought From Local Dive                  $90                         508-885-6975                (4) Strapped Bundles
                                 Good Flea Market                                                   Call 5pm-8:30pm            Shop, Can No Longer Use              508-832-6234                                                    Of Slab Wood
 Hoosier Cabinet                      Items!                        Oak Twin Bed                      508-867-6546                     Call Deb                                                     Vanity Set                         508-867-6703
       Glassware                      OVER 70 ITEMS             With Storage Underneath                                             508-347-1492                 Sustain Pool                      Veneer & Wood,
         Lamps                         Various Items,                    $100                    Mountain Bike                     Shed Door                      Supplies                     With 2 Doors, 4 Drawers,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 With Beveled Mirror
                                      Some Antiques                   Primitive
       Old Dishes
    Excellent Condition
                                    Package Deal ONLY               Pottery Hutch
                                                                                                 Timberline GT
                                                                                               Rock Shox, Clipped Pedals
                                                                                                                             Interior Bi-Fold Doors
                                                                                                                                                               Shield Energizer (15 lbs)
                                                                                                                                                             Cholorination Tablets(16 lbs)
                                                                                                                                                                                                      And Bench.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Asking $200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               FREE WOOD
                                     Everything Works                                                                            Some Lumber                   Shock Treatment (2 lbs)
      Other Antiques
        Available!
                                            $45
                                                                           Black
                                                                           $100
                                                                                               (But Have Regular). Great
                                                                                               Condition, Very Little Use.             MORE!
                                                                                                                                      $15 Each
                                                                                                                                                               1/2 Bottle Winter Shield
                                                                                                                                                                     Asking $100
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tile-Top Table                 PALLETS
    508-764-8801                          ALSO:                  All Very Good Condition                 $300                                                                                    With Flower Designs,          You pick up. Monday thru
                                                                                                       Call Chris                   508-248-1951                    508-476-5357              Pedestal Legs. With 2 Stools.
                                  Yard Tractor Tires                  508-735-9703                                                                                                                                                Friday 8am-noon.
   Electric Stove                                                                                   508-798-3560                                                                                      Asking $225                 Stonebridge Press
                                On Wheels. Directional Tires
                                                                                                                             Shoprider Scooter                Sylvania Record
           $150                       23”x8.5”x12”               Lexmark Printer              MTD Lawn Tractor                                                     Player                           774-452-1668                   25 Optical Drive
                                          $100                          $50 OBO                                                         $1000                                                                                   (located behind Southbridge
   GE Refrigerator                                                                                Complete Tune Up.                Practically New!          Exponent 4/40, Solid State,        Washer & Dryer                   Hotel & Conference Center)
           $300                      508-248-6783                 Wood Piano Bench                 Runs Like New                                                 On Original Stand.                   White, Used.
                                                                       With Storage                     $500                        Men’s Suit                   1960’s or 1970’s,                       $250                       130 YARD SALES
      Double Bed                   Hand-Crafted                         $25 OBO                                              Size 42 Regular, Black, New!           Very Retro!
  Dresser With Mirror                                                                               508-434-0315                         $100                                                       508-333-8090
                                                                                                                                                                    $150 OBO
       End Table                     Jewelry                               Call
                                                                      508-892-1679                 NASCAR                            Other Items                Victrola 1904-1906             Wedding Gown &                      DEADLINE FOR
           $150                       Many Varieties                                                                           Dishes, Small Appliances                                                                             YARD SALE
      5-Drawer
                                           Rings
                                                                     Liner Tray                Die-Cast Models                        And More
                                                                                                                                                              Victor Talking Machine           Flower Girl Dress                   SUBMISSIONS
                                      Lucite Bracelets                                              They’re Back!                                            Electrified, With Accessories.    Both Worn Once. Gown Is
   Chest Of Drawers                      Earrings                For Cargo Area/Floor For             $5 And Up!                    Call After 4pm                      $350 OBO              Satin With Sequins, Bead &          IS 1:30PM MONDAY
            $75                         And More!                 2008 Subaru Outback                                               860-935-0112                      508-885-3124              Lace. Sleeveless, Long              FOR ALL MASS.
                                                                       Never Used.                   BRAND NEW
     774-280-0556                      508-410-5783                                                  SHIPMENT!                                                                                  Train & Veil. Gorgeous!             WEEKLY PAPERS
                                                                         Cost $70                                                                               Tan Genuine
                                     Haywood                        Asking $45 CASH                                            Small Antique                                                  Dress Is Satin, Sleeveless,           *Deadlines Subject To
Electrical Material                                                                                                                                           Sheepskin Men’s                     Goes To Ankles. Has              Change Due To Holidays
 Industrial, Commercial,             Wakefield                          Brookfield                     Saddles
                                                                                                      $100 Each
                                                                                                                                 Cabinet                                                        Embroidered Flowers &                Call For More Info.
                                                                      508-867-2224                                                  w/Lock & Key                   Jacket                            A-Line Shape.
         Residential
Wire, Pipe, Fittings, Relays,       Bedroom Set                                                Bureaus, Bookcases, Etc.                 $60                      Size 46, Never Worn.             $200 For Both OBO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  GARAGE SALE
  Coils, Overloads, Fuses,      Double(Full-Sized) Bed With    Living Room Sofa                     Blessings Farm                 Antique Yard                          $150                       774-289-1871
     Breakers, Meters,           Mirror, Bureau, And Table.         & Chair                        50 H Foote Road               Tractor Cultivator
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MOVING!
  Punches, Pipe-Benders.                   $350                                                                                                                 Portable Olympia                   Wedding
                                                               Ethan Allen. Sturdy Lifetime            Charlton                        $100                                                                                      Crown And Eagle Way
   New Recessed Troffer                508-943-8482              Frame, Excellent Quality.          508-248-1411
                                                                                                                                                                   Typewriter                     Gown (Satin)
                                                                                                                                  Two Electric Boat           In Case. In Good Condition                                                Uxbridge
    Flourescent 3-Tube                                            Floral Pattern, Country                                                                                                        From David’s Bridal             (Off East Hartford Ave)
     T-8 277V Fixtures            Hegner 19 Inch                          Styling.                 Nordic Trac                     Trolling Motors                        $75
                                                                                                                                                                                                Worn Only Few Hours.
          Enclosed                  Scroll Saw                    Solid Wood Coffee           Walk Fit Skier/Rower                   $40 & $60                 Vintage Royal Typewriter          Like New! Size 12/14             Saturday, June 12th
          $56 Each                      With Stand                   & End Table                         $100                       508-248-6783                     Table Model                With Sequins, Matching                  9am-4pm
     Call 5pm-8:30pm                    $400 FIRM                                                                                                                      $35 OBO                  Veil & Train. Gorgeous!               Rain Or Shine
                                                                    Over $3500 New                   508-885-9992                                                   508-756-3690                        $99 OBO
       508-867-6546                 Call 508-987-5515
                                         After 4pm
                                                                    $800 Steals It!                                                 Snapper                                                         Leave Message
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Furniture, Housewares,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NordicTrac ($50), TV’s,
     Electronics                                                   Call 508-949-7040             Oak Computer                      Roto-Tiller                                                       508-981-2636
    Huge Speakers                Hewlett Packard
                                                                   Living Room
                                                                                                   Armoire                       IR5003, Used Twice               The                                508-885-4580
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                And Lots More Great Finds!

                                  Color Printer                                                           $150                       Paid $1295                                                                                     Multi-Family
     Paid $500 Each
   Asking $300 For Pair                     $25                    Sofa & Chair
                                                                Multi-Colored, Dominantly
                                                                                                     Trumpet $100                       $950                   Book Bear                        Western Saddle
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Black, With Pad. Only               Yard Sale
Sony Surround-Sound                                                                             Electric/Acoustic Guitar              TracVac                 Books! Books! Books!                Used A Few Times.
                                       Whirlpool                      Green. Clean,                Vinci Brand $100             Model 385-IC/385LH                                                       $150
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Saturday, June 12th
      System                        Air Conditioner                  Good Condition.                                                                           We have 100,000 lively                                                  8am-1pm
                                                                                                                                   Used Once.                       old books at
           $250                 Energy-Efficient, 8000 BTU              $150 OBO                     508-864-7159                  Paid $1300                                                            Also:                         Route 131
                                                                                                                                                                  THE BOOK BEAR                Child’s Western Saddle
  Set Of 4 Speakers                        $125                    Call 508-892-9212                                                  $1100                                                                                        (Quinebaug Road)
                                                                                                       Organ                                                                                       With Bridle, Black                   Dudley
           $300                     Computer Desk                                                                            Bear Cat Vac-N-Chip Pro
                                 Glass Top, Pull-Out Leaf,          Mahogany                        Technics SXEN4
                                                                                                       Best Offer                   & Vac Pro
                                                                                                                                                                                                         $150
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Raindate: Sunday, June 13th
   Call 508-949-7040                                                                                                                                                                                508-943-4365
                                   Attached File Cabinet           Bedroom Set                   Rascal Scooter                 Models 72085, 72285,
  ELECTRONICS                             $150                  Bed, Dresser With Mirror,                                              72295                                                     WHIRLPOOL                          Multi-Family
                                                                                                       600 Series
 (Sturbridge, MA)                    Beige Shermag             Chest On Chest, Night Table.
                                                                    $1500 Negotiable                   Best Offer
                                                                                                                                    Used Twice
                                                                                                                                    Paid $2772                                                   GLASS-TOP                           Yard Sale
                                    Glider & Ottoman                                                                                                             We have books for the                                            Saturday, June 12th
 SAMSUNG LN52A850                          $225                                                     508-892-8316                       $1900                     scholar, collector and        ELECTRIC RANGE
                                                                Mahogany Cedar Chest                                                                                                                                               Sunday, June 13th
   LCD 1080p HDTV                                                                                                                  508-765-5763                     general reader.                      $275
  52”, Slim 1.9” Thin
                                    Call 508-949-8851                $600 Negotiable                Panasonic                                                 Located on Route 9 in West                                               9am-3pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                Frigidaire Top-Mount
      120Hz RSS                  Hewlett Packard                      508-234-2897                   Color TV                   Sofa & Chair
                                                                                                                                                              Brookfield, halfway between
                                                                                                                                                                 Amherst & Worcester.                Refrigerator                   101 Barnett Road
           $3099                                                                                     CT-36SX12F                                                                                                                          Sutton
          $1799
                                 DeskJet 970 CSE                    Mahogany                   36” HDS Flat Screen With        Cream Color Sofa With             Open 7 days a week,
                                                                                                                                                                       10am-6pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $225
                                       Color Printer                                                                              Blue Floral Print.                                              Emerson Microwave               Old Tools, Wide Variety
                                With Automatic Duplicating         Bedroom Set                   Remote & Operating
                                                                                                     Instructions.             In Excellent Condition.           We Also Buy                               $25                          Of Items.
    SONY VCR/VHS                           $30                   Full-Size Bed. Highboy,                                        Matching Chair With                                                                                   Come And See!
      SLV-780HF                                                     Mirrored Dresser,                     $475                                                BOOK COLLECTIONS,                All White, Good Condition.
                                                                                                  Call 508-943-1206            Ottoman, In Very Good
           $199                       508-764-9309                     Nightstand.                                                   Condition.                  LIBRARIES &                       Call 508-801-6367                Multi-Family
                                                                  Excellent Condition.                 After 7pm                                                   ESTATES!
            $99                                                                                                                    $250 For Both                                                  Whirlpool                          Yard Sale
                                   Hunting Camo                           $1200
     SONY DSC-H1                     Clothes &                                                     Pellet Stove                    508-248-7150                    CALL FOR INFO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Washer & Dryer                    Saturday, June 12th
     Digital Camera
                                                                  Solid Oak Bed                  Fireplace Insert With                                            508-867-8705                  In Storage For 2 Years.                8am-2pm
           $299
                                    Equipment                          Full-Sized.               Flue Piping Included.
                                                                                                                                 Square Foot                       or call Toll Free           Good Condition, Only Been
                                 Mostly New, Some Used.            Excellent Condition.               4 Years Old.                                                877-809-2665                                                       Lovelace Lane
                                                                                                                                                                                                Used A Year And A Half.
           $179                 Sizes Medium, Large & XL.                 $850                           $1100                    Concrete                                                             Like New.                      Northbridge
                                                                                                    774-241-0327
     SONY FX330
                                  Insulated Suit, Jackets,
                                Vests, Hats, Gloves, Pants.
                                                                     508-756-6120                                               Footing Forms                    Thomasville                           $275 OBO                    Good Stuff Cheap!
   Video Camcorder                                                   774-289-6982                                                  SF32 - $45 Each                                                  For Both Pieces
                                     Archery, Shotgun,                                                                                                             Cherry                             Call Rene
           $299                        Black Powder                Manchester                   Pioneer Stereo                     Wheelbarrow
           $149                       Call For Prices                                              System                                $20                     Bedroom Set                        508-909-6156               Multi-Family Yard
                                      508-949-1320                  China Set                  With All Original Manuals.    (5) Steel Lally Columns
                                                                                                                                                               Dresser, Mirror, Chest,             Wood Stove                         Sale
  BOSE LIFESTYLE 35                                               24K Gold, Complete,          Includes Turntable, Radio                                      Nightstand, Headboard &         Vermont Castings Resolute              In Cul-De-Sac
   SOUND SYSTEM                   Large Colonial                8 Servings. Used Only A       Tuner, 5-Band Analyzer For
                                                                                                                                         $200                  Footboard. With Queen           Excellent Condition. Very
                                                                 Few Times For Special                                                                          Mattress & Boxspring                                              Saturday, June 12th
           $2999                  Bedroom Chest                        Occasions.
                                                                                                Speakers. Cassette Tape         (8) Antique Milk Cans
                                                                                                                                         $110                         Included.
                                                                                                                                                                                               Clean Burning, Firescreen               8am-1pm
          $1499                 4 Large Drawers & 3 Smaller                                   Player/Recorder, CD Player.                                                                        And Warming Shelves
                                                                 Plus Sugar & Creamer.            Original Cost $1250                                           Very Good Condition!                   Included.
                                    Drawers. Mahogany.            Large Bowl & Platter,                                      Frigidaire Gallery Gas Dryer          Seldom Used.                                                       Taylor Drive
    Call Mr. Desai                       Paid $500                                                Excellent Condition                     $70                                                         $2100 New                       Spencer, MA
                                                                   Excellent Condition.                                                                            $750 Steals It!
  732-309-9366 (Cell)                Will Sell For $300                $100 OBO                          $425                                                   Call 508-949-7040
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Asking $1100              (Off Of East Charlton Road)
                                       508-347-7520                                                 413-245-3402                   413-245-7388                                                     508-943-0277
                                                                     774-289-1871
4 ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ A STONEBRIDGE PRESS PUBLICATION ☎    June 09, 2010


  WATER SYSTEMS OPERATOR
       North Brookfield Water Department
      is seeking a Water Systems Operator.
            Grade 1T & 1D required,
        3-5 years of experience preferred.
      Full time position with weekend and
              on call time included.
     Position open until filled, review begins
              Thursday, July 8, 2010
     Submit cover letter and resume to
       Board of Water Commissioners,
  14 Bell Road, North Brookfield, MA 01535
     For information call (508) 867-0207.
                    EOE

    130 YARD SALES                 204 WATER EQUIPMENT
    Nanatomqua                     2005 Ski-Doo Jetski
  Mobile Home Park                    Apple Green & Black.
                                      Less Than 65 Hours.
      Yard Sale                        3-Cylinder 15003cc                 225 INSTRUCTIONS                                             283 PETS                     285 PET CARE                  285 PET CARE               298 WANTED TO BUY           298 WANTED TO BUY
    Saturday, June 12th               Supercharged Engine.
                                                                                                                                  Pure Bred
         8am-2pm
      Rain Or Shine!
      No Early Birds!
                                   3-Seater, 130 Inches Long.
                                              $7500
                                     Includes Dock & Trailer
                                                                       • FULL SERVICE •
                                                                          RECORDING                                                Puppies                                                    Tall Pine                                      ATTENTION:
     Route 148 South
      To Lake Road
                                         508-347-8956                                  $30/hour
                                                                         BATCAVE STUDIOS
                                                                                AT
                                                                                                                               Over thirty breeds available.
                                                                                                                               Health checked/guaranteed.
                                                                                                                                     State licensed.
                                                                                                                                                                                               Farm &                           WWII & KOREAN WAR VETERANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Local History Buff Looking To Purchase
       Brookfield                         205 BOATS
    Miscellaneous Items
                                     15.5 Foot OMC
                                                                         SHARP RECORDING
                                                                             SERVICE
                                                                                                                                www.laughlinkennel.com
                                                                                                                                Laughlin Kennel                Going... Going...               Kennel                         M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, US Govt. .45 Pistol
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           War Souvenirs
   Neighborhood                         Sunbird                              • PRIVATE •                                         Call 508-987-7161             Gone to the Dogs                   Going Away?
     Yard Sale                      1989-90 Bowrider 70HP                  PROFESSIONAL                                                                        Training and behavior               Where Is                                  TOP DOLLAR PAID
     Blueberry Hill
                                   Outboard, Very Low Hours.               DRUM LESSONS                                                                        management in your               Your Dog Going?                             No Dealer Inquiries!
        Webster
                                   Well Maintained. Galvanized
                                                                         Top quality instruction                               Spencer Animal                           home.
                                    Custom Trailer. 3 Custom
   Saturday, June 12th              Covers - Convertible Top,            Best value in the region
                                                                               at $25/hour
                                                                                                                                  Control                         Positive methods                                                            Call Wally At
                                     Mooring Cover, Custom                                                                       Desperately needs                       used.
        8am-2pm
                                         Storage Cover.                            Jim Sharp                                                                      Certified Pet Dog                                                           508-234-5860
Raindate: Sunday, June 13th                                                                                                       homes for many
                                          $2500 OBO                                                                                                             trainer and member
          8am-2pm
                                         203-879-3221                      508-765-0802                                         abandoned cats and
Furniture, Household Items,                                            www.batcavestudios.net                                    sometimes kittens.                     APDT                                                    286 LIVESTOCK            298 WANTED TO BUY
 Oriental Rug, Baby & Kids
 Clothes & Toys And More!              1960 16 Foot
                                                                            SINCE 1998                                            Shots, wormed,                Call Renelle at
                                                                                                                                  leukemia tested,              508-892-1850
      Yard Sale
                                        Penn Yan
                                    40HP Evinrude, Holsclaw
                                    Trailer. Beautiful Classic.
                                                                            265 FUEL/WOOD                                       spayed & neutered.
                                                                                                                                Call 508-885-2306
                                                                                                                                                                         email:
                                                                                                                                                                  cherrydals@aol.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Dog Boarding In A
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Country Setting              Stowe                        ROUTE
      Nelson Street
      Webster, MA
                                     New Mahogany Deck,
                                       Seats & Transom.
                                                                           A. Jeffers                                            284 LOST & FOUND                    J&L
                                                                                                                                                                                                 BOOK NOW!!!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Farm                          169
   Saturday, June 12th                        $5000                       Tree Service                                                 PETS
                                                                                                                                                                                               Small Kennel, Your Dog
                                                                                                                                                                                               Gets Individualized Care                                    ANTIQUES
  (Raindate: June 19th)                   508-341-6941               °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°

                                                                              Tree Removals                                                                        Pet Sitting                                               StoweFarm.com
                                                                                                                                                                                               • Experienced Staff                                        884 Worcester St.
        9am-3pm                                                                                                                      LOST CAT
  Something For Everyone!
                                    1970 Sea Sprite
                                      14’ w/Trailer & 33 HP
                                                                                  Logging
                                                                              Land Clearing
                                                                                                                                  Grey & Black Calico,
                                                                                                                                With White Belly & Legs.
                                                                                                                                                                    Service                    • Large Play Yard
                                                                                                                                                                                               • Grooming Available
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Family Fun!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Opening June 5th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Southbridge MA
                                       Johnson Outboard.                          Firewood                                      Fixed Male. Green Eyes.           Professional at Home            Make Sure Your                Every Saturday            Looking To Purchase
       Yard Sale                       All In Good Shape.                        $175/Cord                                             Last Seen               Pet Sitting and Dog Walking         Dog Gets A                                                  Antiques
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  & Sunday
   Saturday & Sunday                           $750                            WOOD LOTS                                           15 Central Street,                                            Fun, Peaceful,                   10am-3pm                 And Collectibles
       6/12-6/13                                                                                                                     Brookfield, MA                Member of National
                                       Sylvania Vintage                           WANTED
                                                                                                                                                               Association of Professional      Country Vacation                                             Single Items
       8am-2pm                          Stereo Console                       FREE ESTIMATES                                      On Saturday, June 5th                                                                       ROCK WALL CLIMBING
        Rain Or Shine                                                                                                                   @ 10AM                           Pet Sitters           We’re Filling Up                                            Or Entire Estates
                                            Circa 1960                      Call (774)239-0285                                                                                                                                 MOON BOUNCE
                                     Solid Oak & Oak Veneer                                                                        Any Information                   Established 1996              Fast!!!                                                   We Buy It All
     156 Arnold Road                                                                                                              Call 774-823-9181                                                                             GEM MINING
        Sturbridge                           Cabinet                                                                                                           Certified • Bonded • Insured                                                                   And Also Do
                                                $75                         All Seasoned                                                                                                       tallpinefarm.net               MOO-CHOO TRAIN              On-Site Estate Sales
Huge Variety, Too Much To                                                                                                                                           508-347-3826                                                AND MORE!
  List. Fishing, Waterskis,               508-868-2860                       Hardwood                                               285 PET CARE                                                508.248.9993                                                      And
New Dog Crate & Dog Beds.                                                 Cut, Splt & Delivered                                                                                                                                    NEW!                     Estate Auctions
    Housewares, Decor.                  1984 15.5’                           Prompt Delivery                                                                                                                                     MECHANICAL              CALL MIKE ANYTIME
                                       Thundercraft                        MC & Visa Accepted                                  Apple Acres                                                        286 LIVESTOCK
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2003 HAWK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 BULL-RIDING               508-765-9512
       Yard Sale                       Tri-Hull Boat                         Westview Farms

   Saturday, June 12th              With Chrysler 85HP Force                111 East Hill Road
                                                                               Monson, MA
                                                                                                                                 Kennel                                                           Custom 2-Horse
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Gooseneck Trailer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                $3 Admission
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Includes:
                                         Outboard Motor.                                                                             • Rubber-Matted
                                                                              413-246-1721
        8am-2pm                      Galvanized 2001 Venture
                                                                                                                                 Heated/Air-Conditioned
                                                                                                                                                                                               Dressing/sleeping area.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Excellent condition.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Petting Zoo                 Antiques
     49 Daniels Road                          Trailer.                                                                                                                                                                             Hay Climb
      Charlton, MA                  Good Shape, Runs Good!           Central Boiler E-Classic                                        Sleeping Areas.                                                  $12,000.                    Playground                  Wanted!
                                                                                                                                                                                                   860-634-4632
      Cleaning House!              Impella, Battery & Ignition 3       1400/2400                                                • Large Individual Runs,                                           Woodstock, CT                 Sand Diggers                Call Now!
                                            Years Old.                                                                           Outdoor Exercise Pens,                                                                           AND MORE!
  Baby, Baby Girls Clothes,
  Kitchen, Furniture, Toys,                $1800 OBO                 OUTDOOR WOOD                                                     Country Walks                                                                                                        508-248-5150
  Pool Ladder, Table Saw,              Call 508-680-2435                FURNACE                                                       • Large Indoor                                          Bagged Shavings                  Ice Cream And                Northside Village
  Foosball, Light Fixtures,
         And More.                1985 Ski Nautique
                                                                              Cleaner & Greener
                                                                                EPA Qualified                                            Play Area             Same Owners                        Kiln-Dried Pine                Buck’n BBQ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ALWAYS OPEN!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Antiques,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           A Family Business
                                                                              25-Year Warranty                                                                      Tom & Camila                    Paper Bags.                                          Located In Charlton MA,
                                       “2001”                                                                                      •Bathing Available
                                                                                                                                                                                                  3.25 Cubic Feet
      YARD SALE                       400 Hours On Engine,                       Call Today
                                                                                508-882-0178                                       • Monitored By ADT              New Stuff!                  $5.00 Each (No Limit)        (508)865-9860                 For Over 25 Years, Is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Looking To Purchase
  Saturday, June 12th                  Newer Upholstery.                                                                                                                                                                                                      Antiques And
                                           $4000 OBO                      CrystalRockFarm.com                                     Open 7 Days A Week            Reconnective Healing                 Pick Up In
      8am-Noon                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Collectables, One Piece
                                         413-222-2058                                                                               8:30am-10:30am                Animal Massage                  West Brookfield                                          Or An Entire Estate.
 104 Walker Pond Road
      Sturbridge                    1990 Glasport
                                                                                Cut & Split
                                                                                   Green
                                                                                                                                     3:00pm-5:00pm
                                                                                                                                Call (508)865-2227
                                                                                                                                                               Animal Communication              Rock Valley Farm
                                                                                                                                                                                                   508-867-2508             Tall Pine                    We Also Do Attic And
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Cellar Cleanouts
     Everything Must Go                20 Foot                                                                                                                     As Always!
  Furniture, Clothing, Beds,
        Books, Misc.              Open Bow Ski Boat
                                  New 350 Engine, Zero Hours.
                                                                                 Firewood
                                                                            2 Cord Minimum
                                                                                $175/cord
                                                                                                                                   St. Bernards
                                                                                                                                     Available!
                                                                                                                                                                  Reiki/Feng Shui
                                                                                                                                                                   Natural Foods
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Hay
                                                                                                                                                                                                     For Sale                 Farm                          We Do It All!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Call Us Before You Have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A Yard Sale.
                                   New Interior, New Flooring.         (Delivered - Limited Area)                                                                 Flower Essences                   $4 Per Bale
       Yard Sale                        Drive-On Trailer.               Premium Dark Pine Bark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Always Interested In
     To Benefit The                                                                                                                                              Alpha Wave Music                    Shavings                                              Old Lighting, Pottery,
                                      Sacrifice At $7200                     Mulch Available                                                                                                                                                                Stoneware, Old Toys,
    Susan G. Komen
                                      12 Foot Jon Boat
                                                                               $20.00/yard                                       Collinswood                        Boarding
                                                                                                                                                                                                    $5 Per Bag                                           Paintings, Prints, Frames,
   3-Day For The Cure                                                          plus delivery
  115 Pakachoag Street
                                      Seats, Electric Motor,             T. Jepson & Son, LLC.                                   K-9 Services                   Indoor/Outdoor Runs
                                                                                                                                                                                                   508-892-4428                                           Furniture, Snowshoes &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Wood Skies, Iron Banks &
                                           On Trailer.                        508-885-3037                                                                           Skylights                     Horse Tack
         Auburn                               $1500                                                                                                                                                                                                      Doorstops, Phonographs,
                                                                              774-272-3729                                                                     Heated/Air Conditioned           Bits, Bridles, Saddles,                                      Telephones, Radios
  Saturday, June 12th                    508-234-6096                                                                                                                                          Accessories. New, Used,                                     Above Average Prices
     From 9am-4pm                                                                                                                                                                                                            Riding Lessons
    Housewares, Bikes,              2004 Carver 360                            FIREWOOD
                                                                                                                                                                    Day Care                  English, Western, Blankets,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Gift Items, Reins.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Paid! Cash Paid!
       Games, Toys                    Sport Sedan                          Green Or Seasoned
                                                                                                                                                                 Supervised Groups                 Almost Anything            For All Ages                     Call Us
                                                                                                                                                                 Daily/Weekly Rates                 Horse-Related                                           508-248-5150
  Come Shop Or Donate To            (2) 375HP Volvo 8.1 Liter              Cut, Split & Delivered                                                                                                                                Hunt Seat,               scbc101@msn.com
  Help End Breast Cancer!            Engines. 7.3KW Kohler                                                                                                        Large Play Yards                Rock Valley Farm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Dressage & Western
                                                                       WOOD LOTS WANTED                                                                                                            West Brookfield
                                    Generator, 2 State Rooms,
 135 LOST AND FOUND                  Fresh Water Vacu-Flush                         Call Paul
                                                                                  508-769-2351                                   Exceptional boarding                Training                       508-867-2508
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Now Accepting
                                         Head, Full Galley.
                                                                                  508-987-5349                                    environment with                Basic - Advanced             OPEN HOUSE                    Applications                   CASH PAID
         FOUND                          PRICE REDUCED                                                                           unique daycare setting            Group Or Private                                                                       For Coins And Jewelry
                                            $199,000                                                                                                                                            Visit Our Farm &               For Our
          Canoe                            $179,000                                                                                 Monday-Friday
                                                                                                                                                                New - Open Enrollment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Buying/Selling
  Washed Onto Our Shore
 On Cedar Lake (Sturbridge)
                                      Call 774-230-8295                    Firewood                                                daycare available
                                                                                                                                                                    Grooming
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Country Kennel
                                                                                                                                                                                                      FREE                  Summer Horse                      Gold & Silver
                                                                               Green, $135                                                                                                                                                               One Piece Or Collection
  After The Storms A Few
        Weeks Ago.                  2004 Glastron                                                                               State of the art indoor         Baths To Full Grooms               Admission!                  Camp!
                                                                              128 cubic feet.                                      training facility                                               Horse Riding                                          Lee’s Coins & Jewelry
       508-450-6707                17-Foot Bowrider                                                                                                             Certifications!                      Demos                   PONY PARTIES!!!              239 West Main Street
                                      3.0L Volvo Penta I/O,             (508)476-3073                                            Group or private day                                                                           Call For Details             East Brookfield
                                           135 HP V6.                                                                            and evening classes             PCSA Levels I & II            Pony Rides & Raffles
  200 GEN. BUSINESS                   Less Than 80 Hours!                     or                                                                                    CPR Certified               To Benefit Charities         tallpinefarm.net
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (Route 9 - Panda
                                                                                                                                Agility obedience and                                                                                                        Garden Plaza)
                                        E-Z Load Trailer,
                                      2 Pairs Of Waterskis.
                                                                        (774)696-7879                                               conformation
                                                                                                                                                                    Reiki Master                  Facepainting &              508.248.9993                   508-637-1236
                                          $10,000 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                 Lighterian Reiki VII             Other Activities                                           508-341-6355
   203 SNOWMOBILES                       508-347-2279                                                                            Puppy Kindergarten            Reconnective Healing II
                                                                                    283 PETS                                                                                                       Horse-Drawn
    1998 Yamaha                             After 6pm                                                                              Starting Soon               ICNDF Certified Trainer
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Wagon Rides
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   286 FEED                   WANTED
      VMax 500                      2008 Southwind                             4 Adorable                                        Beginner Obedience            Experienced, Caring Staff       Bring The Whole Family!      Quality Horse Hay              Beatles Items
                                                                                                                                                                  Individualized Care           Sunday, June 13th             800 Pound Square Bales      Record Sleeves, Record
        3400 Miles.
                                     By Bennington                             Fawn Pugs                                           Starting Soon
                                                                                                                                                                  Attention To Detail                                       Timothy & Orchard Grasses     Players, Dolls, Statues,
          $1700                                                                Ready To Go                                                                                                         11am-2pm                                               Mugs, Toys, Magazines,
       508-987-7686                 Sport Deck Boat                             Born 4/27                                           Beginner Agility                                                                                Fertilize Fields
                                      With 4-Stroke 150HP                  2 Females & 2 Males                                       Starting Soon              508-987-0077                    Tall Pine Farm                 First Cutting $100 Each
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Second Cutting $130 Each
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Promo Items, Displays,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Movie Posters, Etc.
                                             Yamaha                             $600 Each                                                                      205 Federal Hill Road          29 North Sullivan Road                                          860-779-2469
     2002 Polaris                     Trailer, Seat Covers.                    Negotiable.                                                                          Oxford, MA                    Charlton, MA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Delivery Fee Extra
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Rock Valley Farm
       Edge X                              24.1 Hours.                          413-967-8089                                       New Competition                                                508-248-9993                     West Brookfield              WANTED
   Electric Start, Reverse,                  $21,500                                                                                 Obedience                 starwoodpetresort.com             tallpinefarm.net                   508-867-2508         Insulated Copper
    2992 N. Maine Miles.                 508-943-5062
       $2800 Or BRO                                                    ADOPT A NEEDY                                                  All Breed                                                                              298 WANTED TO BUY                   &
                                       Larson 1997                                                                                                                                                                                                        Aluminum Wire
1996 Skidoo MXZ 583                      Ski-Boat                       DOG OR CAT                                                    Grooming
    3717 N. Maine Miles.
        Runs Great.
       $1800 Or BRO
                                    19 Foot, With Volvo Penta
                                       Engine. With Trailer.
                                             $5000
                                                                           Tested, Vetted, Fixed,
                                                                           And Ready For Love!
                                                                                                                                      Available
                                                                                                                                 “It’s all about the               “Every Town                                                        $                     25 Pounds Or More
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          We Will Come To You,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Weigh It, And Pay Cash
       508-949-7388                      508-476-5476
                                                                             Please Consider                                           dogs!”                                                                               ROSS RECYCLING                     On The Spot!
                                                                              Adopting From                                                                                                                                     We Pay More!!                  Contractors &

     Arctic Cat
    Snowmobiles
     2006 570 Panther
                                       Pontoon Raft
                                       With Flooring & Rug
                                      Replaced 3 Years Ago.
                                           With Ladder.
                                                                              Second Chance
                                                                              Animal Shelter
                                                                              508-867-5525
                                                                     www.secondchanceanimals.org
                                                                                                                                      Call Terri
                                                                                                                                  508-832-9394
                                                                                                                                 or visit our website
                                                                                                                                                                    Deserves                                                 All Scrap Metals,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Cars, Trucks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Batteries,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Electricians Welcome
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Call To Make An
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Appointment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              508-269-2593


                                                                                                                                                                     a Good
      2-Up, 579 Miles,                         $895                                                                            www.collinswoodk9.com
 Automatic Start & Reverse                508-867-6296               Need Help Fixing Your Pet?                                                                                                                                Copper Wire,
         Like New
        1996 ZR580                 Sailboat For Sale
                                                                     Call Us, We Have Low Cost                                                                                                                                 Appliances...                  Local
 2300 Miles, Real Fast Sled!
                                                                              Programs!
                                                                                                                                   FAN-C-PET                                                                                  64 Tucker Hill Rd.         Heroes
                                                                                                                                                                      Local
                                      2000 Hunter 212
 Take Them Both For $5900                                                                                                                                                                                                     Putnam, CT 06260
     508-340-5334
                                        Great Day Sailer!
                                      21 Feet, Cuddy Cabin,                             AKC                                         Mobile
                                   Galvanized Trailer. Extra Jib.
                                          Great Shape,
                                                                                  German                                        Grooming Salon                                                                                  860-928-7165

                                                                                                                                                                   Newspaper”
204 WATER EQUIPMENT                     Used Very Little.                        Shepherd
   1994 Sea-Doo
                                    30% Under NADA Retail                         Puppies                                             Vicki Kelley                                                                                WANTED
                                             $4950
  Bombardier SP94                         508-340-7697
                                                                        100% European, Old
                                                                         World Shepherds.                                          Professional                                                                              Cat’s Meow Village
    With Trailer                     Spinnaker Sail
                                                                         Parents Have Great                                          Groomer                                                                                  Reproduction Of The
  Excellent Condition, Runs
 Great. Seat Just Recovered,
  Low Hours On Jet Pump.
                                      & Genoa Sail
                                     Harken Boom
                                                                          Temperment And
                                                                       Soundness. DDR/Czech
                                                                      Workinglines, Hips/Health
                                                                           Guarantee. True
                                                                                                                                     20 Years Exp.
                                                                                                                                  “We Go Right to
                                                                                                                                                                    TheHeartOf                                                Unibank Of Uxbridge
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (No Longer Made)
    Has Been Winterized.                                                                                                                                                                                                     If You Have One To Sell,
            $1600
          Call Deb
        508-965-7077
                                         Vang
                                          $350 For All
                                       Excellent Condition
                                                                             Shepherds.
                                                                          Contact Daryl At
                                                                            SIT K-9 Grp.
                                                                                                                                    Your Door”
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                                                                                                                                                                                   JUNE 09, 2010    ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ A STONEBRIDGE PRESS PUBLICATION ☎ 5


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                                       WANTED                           WANTED                                                                                      500 REAL ESTATE
       WAR                        HELP WANTED                          Part-Time                     Call The                       Have Your
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      RELICS                                                           Hair Stylist                 Junk Man                        Furniture                        501 REAL ESTATE
                                                                                                                                                                         WANTED                                Helping Hands, Healing Hearts
                                                                     Needed For Brookfield                                        Professionally
             &                                                            Area Salon.
                                                                      (Part-Time To Start)
                                                                                                       FREE BBQ
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                                                                                                       REMOVAL!
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                                                                                                                                    At Reasonable
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Full-Time

  SOUVENIRS                                                                                                                                                                                                      RN VISITING NURSE
                                                                                                  Removal of Metal,                                                                                                        Per Diem
      WANTED                                                       Sunshine Haven                     Appliances,                                                                                           Homecare, IV And Computer Experience
 WWII & EARLIER                                                      A Group Care Facility          Furniture, TV’s.                                                                                         Preferred For Visiting Nurse Positions
 CA$H WAITING!                      Surrogate                     For Special Needs Children,
                                                                         Is Seeking A
                                                                                                     Construction
                                                                                                       Materials.
                                                                                                                                                                 **************                                 PHYSICAL THERAPIST
   Helmets, Swords,
  Daggers, Bayonets,
                                     Mothers                      Part-Time Child Care
                                                                         Worker
                                                                                                     Cellars/Attics                                              EQUAL HOUSING                                         Per Diem
                                                                                                       Cleaned.                                                   OPPORTUNITY                           Homecare And Computer Experience Preferred
 Medals, Badges, Flags,
    Uniforms, etc.
                                     Needed                             For 3pm-11pm &
                                                                            11am-7pm.               Small Building
                                                                                                                                  Furniture Facelifting,
                                                                                                                                     Painting, Caning,           **************
                                    Be part of a miracle           Individual Must Be Caring,      Demolition, Tires.            Stripping to Refinishing,
                                                                                                                                                                  All real estate advertising in
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Competitive Pay And Benefits!
 Over 30 Years Experience.                                                                                                             And Repairs.
                                   The rewards are more             Responsible And Mature.        Leaves Removed.                                                this newspaper is subject to
        Call David                                                     CNA Or Healthcare           Small Residential                    Guaranteed.              The Federal Fair Housing Act                            Auburn VNA
                                       than financial
    1-508-688-0847                                                 Experience A Plus, But Will
                                                                                                   Moves. Trees Cut                   Free Estimates.                of 1968, which makes it              191 Pakachoag St., Auburn, MA 01501
   I’ll Come To YOU!                 Seeking Women                   Train Highly Motivated                                                                           illegal to advertise any
                                    21-43 Non-Smoker                         Individual.             Brush/Limbs                    Pick-up & Delivery.              preference, limitation or                        Call (508)791-0081
                                       With Healthy               Looking For A Team Player,           Removed                                                   discrimination based on race,                   Email: mstake@auburnvna.org
                                    Pregnancy History                 Who Is Able To Follow
                                                                     Specific Care Plans, Be      Furnaces Removed                  Antique                      color, religion, sex, handicap,
                                                                                                                                                                    familial status (number of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      www.auburnvna.org
  300 HELP WANTED                                                  Flexible With Assignments
                                                                      And Administer, Or Be
                                                                         Willing To Learn.
                                                                                                  Check-our-down-to-
                                                                                                   earth prices first!              Doctor                        children and or pregnancy),
                                                                                                                                                                 national origin, ancestry, age,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       505 APARTMENTS FOR
   310 GENERAL HELP                                               If You Want To Work Where       Weekends also!                   508-248-9225                        marital status, or any        505 APARTMENTS FOR
                                                                                                                                                                    intention to make an such              RENT                              RENT
       WANTED                             For More                    You Can Truly Make A           Central Mass                 theantiquedr.com                   preference, limitation or
                                      Information Call                      Difference.                                                                                 discrimination. This
                                                                    Experience With Medical         and Connecticut                                                                                         Dudley                     SOUTHBRIDGE
      Accounts                    888-363-9457                       Administration And/Or                Dave
                                                                                                                                                                         newspaper will not
     Receivable/                  reproductivepossibilities.com      Willing To Learn. ADL &                                    New Mattress Sets                      knowingly accept any
                                                                                                                                                                    advertising for real estate
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Two Bedroom Apartment.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Nice Area, Good Parking.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            15 Ballard Court

       Billing                                                      Community Outings With          508-347-7804                 Still Wrapped In Plastic        that is in violation of the law.      Gas Heat. First Floor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         3 Bedroom, First Floor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Heat & Hot Water
                                                                      Children. Flexible With       413-262-5082                       $250, $350,                    Our readers are hereby                $750/Month
    Business Located In                                                    Assignments.                                                                                                                                                         Included.
                                                                                                                                         Or $450                   informed that all dwellings         First/Last & Security.
  Southbridge/Sturbridge             INSTALLERS                               Apply At                                                                           advertising in this newspaper                No Pets.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $975/Month
                                                                                                                                 You Choose The Quality                                                                                     16 Ballard Court
   Area. Monday Through
  Fridays, 8am-5pm. Must
                                       WANTED                          Sunshine Haven
                                                                                                      433 CLEANING
                                                                                                                                                                    are available on and equal             508-479-7681
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3 Bedroom, Second Floor.
                                     Entry Level Fireplace             49 Linwood Ave                                            Available At Perriwinkles,            opportunity basis. To
  Be Able To Multi-Task &                                                                                                               Oxford, MA                        complain about                                                    Heat & Hot Water
                                   Installation Opportunity            Whitinsville, MA                                                                                                                                                         Included.
    Have Good Computer             5 Day Work Week, Year                                                                          Saturdays & Sundays                 discrimination call The           E. Brookfield
                                                                            Or Call
     Skills & Quickbook
  Experience. MUST HAVE
                                     Round, Full Benefits               508-234-3240              * TLC Home *                          10am-3pm                  Department of Housing and             3 Bedroom, 1 Bath,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $975/Month
                                                                                                                                                                   Urban Development “HUD”                                                186 Hamilton Street
        EXPERIENCE!
                                    Package. Starting Pay
                                    Based On Experience.                                             Cleaning                         508-494-8757                toll-free at 1-800-669-9777.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             1st Floor
                                                                                                                                                                                                               $875                    Second Floor, 2 Bedroom
   Wages Commensurate                                                                               Have You Heard The              Or By Appointment
      With Experience.
                                      Training Available.              Travelodge                Phrase, “GOING GREEN?”
                                                                                                                                                                   For the N.E. area, call HUD
                                                                                                                                                                   ad 617-565-5308,. The toll              Spencer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Heat & Hot Water
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Included.
      Benefits Available.            Email Inquiries To:                Part-Time                We Use & Supply Organic                                          free number for the hearing        Large 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath,             Wall-To-Wall Carpet
       Positions Start             auburn@arc-fire.com              Front Desk Clerk &            Cleaners To Ensure Your              454 HOME                  impaired is 1-800-927-9275                 Second Floor                      $750/Month
        Immediately!                                                                                   Family’s Safety.
                                   Or Come In And Fill Out            Housekeepers                                                    IMPROVEMENT                                                                $700                    105 West Main Street
      Send Resume To:                 An Application At:               Weekends A Must               Gift Certificates For                                                                              4 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath                    2 Bedroom
     Town-to-Town                 Architectural Fireplaces            For Both Positions.              Baby Showers,                                                      WANTED                              Deleaded                        Second Floor
 Classifieds, PO Box 90,           4 Washington Street                                           Anniversaries, And More!
  Ad Reference 00009,               Auburn, MA 01501
                                                                      Apply In Person At:              A Perfect Gift!               DiGeronimo                     Farms Or Houses                             $1275                         $600/Month
                                                                       400 Haynes Road                                                                                With Acreage                   Small 5 Room, 2 Bedroom              94 West Main Street
    Southbridge, MA                 Fax (508)757-0623                     Sturbridge             CALL TAMMIE TODAY                    Painting                       For Relocating                        1.5 Bath House                      2 Bedroom
          01550.                  Phone (508)757-0622                                                                            Quality, Affordability                                                          $850                         Second Floor
           M/F/EOE                                                                                 FOR A GREENER                                                        Families
                                                                                                                                                                                                        3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath                    $600/Month
                                                                     319 HEALTH CARE                TOMORROW!                           & Trust                               Also:                           Deleaded
                                                                                                                                 Without Compromise                                                                                      105 West Main Street
                                                                      PROFESSIONALS                 508-347-3275                                                     Waterfront Home                             $950                   2 Bedroom, Third Floor
      Auto Body                    LANDSCAPE                                                                                                                         Any Lake Considered              Large 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath                   Left Side
      Technician                                                                                    774-230-7885                    Interior Rooms                          Also:                             First Floor
 For Sturbridge Automotive         Experienced                      Music Therapy                                                      As Low As                  Multi-Family Or House                          $750
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $575/Month
                                                                  Students/Grads, Musicians             Office/Homes                                                                                                                         96 North Street
     Call For Details                                                                                                                     $139                    With In-Law Apartment
      508-347-9970                Techs/Foreman                     Share Your Talents With
                                                                       Elderly, Disabled.
                                                                                                   Spring Or Fall Cleanings
                                                                                                                                      Ceilings $59                     Will Do Repairs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2nd Floor, One Bedroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wall-To-Wall Carpet
                                                                                                    Weekly/Bi-Weekly Or
                                     Wanted for lawn              Rewarding Positions Locally.        Monthly Cleanings             Woodwork $59                      Plasse Real Estate                                                      $575/Month
          Driver                      maintenance &                  Make A Difference In            Flexible Hours/Days                                                508-987-5588                                                       Service Pets Only
                                   construction divisions                People’s Lives                                            Serving Central Mass.
   Ice Company Looking                                             Send Your Resume With             Registered/Insured/           James DiGeronimo                                                                                          W/D Hookups,
     For Delivery Driver,                                                                                   Bonded                                                                                  HouseworksRealty.com                  Stove/Refrigerator.
   Full-Time & Part-Time.         Job Requirements:                     Cover Letter To                                            Cell 508-577-7940              505 APARTMENTS FOR                       508-867-0903                   First/Last/Security,
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    Includes Weekends.                 •Drivers license                                                                                                                 RENT                                                                  References
      413-245-7480                   w/clean DMV record                                                                                                                                             Leicester/Rochdale
                                                                     325 PROFESSIONAL                                              JJ’s Painting                                                                                             774-437-1596
         Driver
                                    •2-3 years experience
                                    w/landscape company
                                                                                                    Affordable                                                          Brookfield                            Duplex
                                                                                                 Cleaning Service                                                  Sunny & Spacious Two              2 Bedrooms, Cellar, Yard,
Valet Parking Attendant-                 •D.O.T. card                                                                                                            Bedroom Apartment, Third            Deck. Off-Street Parking,         SOUTHBRIDGE
 to work at several locations         •Pesticide license             JOIN OUR TEAM                We Offer Quality Work At                                         Floor. Big Yard, Next To         Laundry Hookup, 1.5 Baths.
       in Worcester, MA.                                                                           An Affordable Price!
 IMMEDIATE OPENING! F/T-
                                          preferred
                                                                     INCOM, Inc.                  • Homes & Offices
                                                                                                                                                                     School & Bus Stop.                No Pets. No Smoking.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          First & Security
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           BRAND NEW
                                                                                                                                                                      Off-Street Parking.
   P/T available. Potential to      Salary and benefits              294 Southbridge Road         • Carpet Cleaning                                                  Appliances & Trash                    $1095/Month                    APARTMENTS!
 earn $11 and more to start.          commensurate                       Charlton, MA             • Floors                                                       Removal Included. Storage.             Heat, Electricity &
Great benefits health, dental,         w/experience                                                                                508-887-1914                      Will Consider Pets.                 Water Included!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2 Bedrooms/$775.
                                                                                                  • And Much More!                                                                                                                         Available now.
401k plan, plenty of room for
  growth! Applicant must be               Call                      CNC Machinist                      REGISTERED,
                                                                                                                                                                         $675/Month                         Call Mary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Stove, refrigerator and
                                                                          (2nd Shift)                                                     We Offer:                     508-867-4966                      508-989-9385
   over 18, must be able to       A. Arsenault & Sons                                               INSURED & BONDED
                                                                                                                                • Painting (Interior/Exterior)                                                                         dishwasher included.
                                                                   Must Have 3-5 Years Of           Give Maria A Call
         drive standard            located in Spencer               Hands-On Experience                                         • Wallpapering                                                                                            Secure building.
 transmission vehicles, have         508-885-5589                                                    508-764-2500                                                                                                                        Off-street parking.
    valid license, and prior                                       With CNC Programming,                                        • Light Carpentry                                                    North Brookfield
customer service experience
             a plus!!!
                                      Fax resume
                                     508-885-9889
                                                                    Editing And Operating.
                                                                    Experience With HAAS            R&D Cleaning
                                                                                                                                  (Ext. Rotted Wood, Int.
                                                                                                                                   Molding & Trim)
                                                                                                                                • Power Washing
                                                                                                                                                                   Brookside                                2 Bedrooms
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Heat/Hot Water Included
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NO Pets.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Call (508)765-5852
                                                                   CNC Milling Machinery
   Please contact us at
   877-455-5552 or at:
                                                                           Preferred.                 Services
                                                                                                   Available For Houses,
                                                                                                                                  (Wood & Vinyl)
                                                                                                                                • Gutter Cleaning/Installation      Terrace                          Elevator Accessible, Onsite
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Laundromat, Trash Removal,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Southbridge
     www.valetparkof
                                 Local Foodservice                     Email Resume To            Apartments, Offices, Etc.       Of Gutter Guards                   Heat/Hot Water
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Private Parking.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Appliances Included.                141 Elm Street
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                                                                                                 Landlord & Daily Discounts
                                                                                                                                • House Cleaning
                                                                                                                                • Senior Discounts                     Included!                          For More Info                 Recently Remodeled
                                      Seeks Experienced              Or Come In To Apply                                                                                                                                              Two Bedroom Apartment.
                                                                                                      FREE Estimates              Save 15%                                                               (508)867-4277
                                     Warehouse Employee               NO PHONE CALLS,                                                                              FREE RENT!!!                                                       Appliances, Washer/Dryer
     Driver                         For Shipping, Receiving
                                    And Inventory Control.
                                                                            PLEASE
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Hookups. Off-Street Parking.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              No Pets.
                                                                     Visit Our Website At              774-289-2387                                                Affordable 2 Bedroom
     Wanted                      Experience With UPS, FEDEX
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                                                                                                                                      No Job Too Big
                                                                                                                                       Or Too Small                Apartments For Rent.
                                                                                                                                                                      Spacious, Fully
                                                                                                                                                                                                        24 Spring Street
                                                                                                                                                                                                          3 Large Rooms,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            $650/Month
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        No Utilities Included.
                                    Competitive Wage And                                                                                                                                                                                  1-508-328-9093
                                     Health Benefits Paid.                                          The Cleaning                                                        Applianced.                   Second Floor. Like New!
                                                                                                                                                                                                              No Pets.
                                  Town-To-Town Classifieds,
                                          PO Box 90,
                                                                                                      Woman                         PAINTING                         Starting at $797
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $600/Month                     Southbridge
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        191 Worcester Street
                                                                                                  Over 20 Years Experience                                                                             References & Security
                                     Ad Reference 00008,                                         Cleaning In The Local Area!              Interior/                          • Pool                          Required.               Second Floor, One Bedroom.
                                   Southbridge, MA 01550.                                           References Available                  Exterior                                                         508-867-7404               Includes Heat, Lights, Hot
                                                                                                        Call Linda                                                    • Basketball Court                                             Water & Appliances. Laundry
                                    Maids Wanted                                                      774-289-3163                 Power Washing                                                                                        Facility On Premises.
  CDL CLASS B                           I Am Looking For               400 SERVICES
                                                                                                                                     Carpentry
                                                                                                                                                                         • Playground                    Northbridge                           No Pets.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             $650/Month
                                        Someone Who Is                                                                                                                • On-Site Laundry              One Bedroom Apartment.
    Required                         Mature/Responsible &                                          442 LICENSED DAY                 • FREE ESTIMATES •                                                    Ample Parking,                 Call 508-248-4784
                                      Teachable And Eager         402 GENERAL SERVICES                   CARE                        • FULLY Insured •              INCOME LIMITS APPLY              Coin-Op Washer & Dryer.
       Benefits                   To Work, To Join My Staff,                                                                       • Reasonable Rates •             Section 8 Welcome                        No Pets.                      Southbridge
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $650 Security                     2 Apartments,
     APPLY AT
                                             Cleaning
                                    Residential/Businesses.
                                                                                                 ***************                   Rich O’Brien                      Office Open From:                     $650/Month                      Near Downtown.
     LeBoeuf’s                   Qualifications Are: Have Your                                    The Commonwealth of                Painting                          Monday-Friday                     Call After 3pm               1 Bedroom & 2 Bedroom.
  Rubbish Removal                    Own Vehicle, Cleaning                                       Massachusetts Office of          28 Years Of Experience             9:00am to 5:00pm                    508-839-4806                   Appliances, Gas Heat,
                                    Experience, Personable,                                         Child Care Services                                                                                                               Parking, Laundry Facilities.
   126 Ashland Ave                    Organized, Punctual,                                          requires that all ads
                                                                                                                                   508-248-7314                     Weekend & Evening                                                    $550 & $675/Month
   Southbridge, MA                   And A Problem-Solver.                                                                                                             Appointments                      Northbridge                         Plus Utilities
                                       This Is A Permanent                                       placed in the newspaper                                                  Available                        One Bedroom                      508-595-9982
                                                                                                 for child care (daycare)                                                                                                                  Leave Message
                                       Part-Time Position.
                                     Hours Start At 8:45am.          A CALL                        in your home include
                                                                                                                                  457 LAWN/GARDEN                                                      From $500 Per Month.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          First, Security &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Southbridge
      Foster                         We Do Withhold Taxes.                                         your license number.                                                                                 Reference Required.
  Parents Wanted                    If You Would Like More
                                   Information, Please Call
                                                                    WE HAUL                                                     ALL RUBBISH                        Brookside Terrace
                                                                                                                                                                                                      No Pets. Must Be H.U.D.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Income Eligible.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2 Bedroom Aparment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              First Floor.
  Seeking Quality Homes                                              Fast, Reliable                                                                                 11 Village Drive                        Call Dave                     Off-Street Parking.
  Throughout Central MA
   To Provide Foster Care
                                            Tammie At
                                      508-347-3275                  Rubbish Removal
                                                                                                   Licensed                      REMOVAL                          Southbridge,MA 01550                    508-234-4041
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mon-Fri
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Stove & Refrigerator
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Included. No Utilities.
    To Children In Need.               Now Hiring For
                                                                        Attics                                                     Furniture Removed              (508)764-7675                                 EOH                   Security Deposit Required
                                     Brookfield & Dudley.
  24/7 Support. Generous
      Reimbursement.
    $500 Sign-On Bonus
                                                                      Basements
                                                                       Garages
                                                                                                    Home                               Mattresses
                                                                                                                                          TV’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     CORI/Credit Check Required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Section 8 Accepted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               No Pets.
      Call For Details                                              Household Items
                                                                      Appliances
                                                                                                   Day Care                          Brush & Leaves
                                                                                                                                         Lumber                          C&C                         *Southbridge*                           1-Year Lease
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            508-248-3743
                                                                                                  Immediate Openings                                                                                      Beautiful Area
                                                                      Demolition                                                         Metals                       Properties                            Near Town                      Southbridge
                                                                                                   Various Time Slots                     Tires                       LOOK & COMPARE                   Central/Post-Office,            2 Bedroom Apartment In
                                                                     Visa/MC/Check                                                     Appliances                                                                                       Owner-Occupied Home.
                                                                                                  Available For All Ages.                                          Southbridge/Charlton                  Large, Peaceful                  Quiet Neighborhood,
 Devereux Therapeutic                                               WE TAKE IT ALL!                                                                                        Line                       2-Bedroom Home On                    Off-Street Parking.
                                                                   1-800-414-0239                      Very Flexible.               Cellars & Attics                                                      Private Street,
     Foster Care                                                                                                                                                          2 Bedroom                                                     Washer/Dryer Hookups.
    508-829-6769                                                    www.acallwehaul.com                                                 Cleaned                         Luxury Condo.                       Appliances                   No Pets. No Smokers.
                                                                                                    Reasonable Rates.                                                                                w/Dishwasher, Oil-heat,             $725/Month + Utilities
                                                                                                                                    Demolition Work                       Appliances,
                                                                                                                                                                    Central Air, $795/Month          Fireplace, Porch Facing          First/Security & References
    Town Of Charlton                 N.E.D.A.S.                                                     Healthy Meals And                  Performed                                                        Brook, Nice Yard,                       Required.
     Highway                          New England
                                     Dental Assistant
                                                                      Cleanouts                      Snack Provided.                  CALL FOR OUR                      Southbridge
                                                                                                                                                                       Quality 1, 2 & 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                      On/Off-street Parking.               Available July 1st
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            508-764-4986
    Temporary                                                                                          Large Indoor                    LOW RATES                                                        Please Call
 Position Opening
                                         School
                                    120 Stafford Street
                                                                      Cleanups                          Playroom.                     Ask For JD
                                                                                                                                                                    Bedroom Apartments!
                                                                                                                                                                    Appliances, Off-Street
                                                                                                                                                                                                      (508)765-3739
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    The Town Of Charlton                Suite 201                     Haul-Away                                                      508-867-2564                         Parking.                                                         Southbridge
                                                                                                   Large Fenced-In Yard                                            Call (508)765-0501                                                       2 Bedroom
   Highway Department Is                Worcester
     Looking For Two (2)           www.nedentalschool.org               Basements                    Call Michelle                                                                                                                      Apartment Available.
    Temporary Full-Time                                                                                                                                                                                 Southbridge                   Stove, Refrigerator. Laundry
Laborers, Starting June 21st,
    2010 For A Period Of
                                    Dental Assistant
                                       Program
                                                                          Attics
                                                                       Apartments
                                                                                                     508-943-2526
                                                                                                    For More Details
                                                                                                                                 Shrub & Tree                          DOUGLAS                        2 Bedroom Apartments             Facility On-Site. Off-Street
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Parking. Freshly Painted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Starting At $150/Week
Approximately Eight Weeks.
  Person Must Hold A Valid
                                   • Graduate In Just 120
                                     Days                                Garages                     License #2087686             Trimming                        1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
                                                                                                                                                                 Apartments Available                       Dudley
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 No Pets.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             $525/Month
   Massachusetts Drivers           • In-Office Training                   Yards                                                          Hedges                   Prices start at $845/month.               2 Bedroom                   First, Last and Security.
License. Previous Experience       • Evenings, 1 Night A                                          Mimi’s Leicester                     Shrubbery
                                                                                                                                                                   Includes heat, hot water,                $165/Week                       Available Now
  In Highway Maintenance             Week                            Rental Property              Home Day Care                                                    A/C, pool, fitness center                                               Call (508)864-5605
 Helpful, But Not Required.        • Job Placements
                                                                     Estate Cleanouts                                                   Trees Cut                    & children’s program.                 Webster
 Employment Applications             Assistance Available                                         Quiet Street, Fenced Yard,                                           Off street parking.
                                   • Only $960 (Includes                                         Meals. 14 Years Experience.       Liming & Fertilizing               Call (508)476-3777               Brand New House
  Can Be Picked Up In The
 Highway Department Office           Book/Materials)
                                                                      Small Building                 Immediate Openings            Edging & Mulching                                                         2 Bedrooms
       37 Main Street              • Payment Plan Options               Demolition               All Ages, Including Infants!
                                                                                                                                   Cutting Tall Grass
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $1200/Month                    Southbridge
     Charlton, MA 01507              Available                                                   Flexible Hours, Great Rates                                               Dudley                     All are newly remodeled,         Large Heated 2 Bedroom.
Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pm               Careers You Can
                                                                         If You Want                 And Sibling Discount            Our Specialty!                                                       carpeted, stove &              Stove & Refrigerator
                                                                                                                                                                    Five Room, 2 Bedroom
        Or Online At                    SMILE About!                   To Get Rid Of It,                   Offered.                        ALSO                    Apartment, Second Floor.             refrigerator included.                 Included.
  www.townofcharlton.net                                                 We’ll Do It!                                                                                                                   Section 8 Approved.                     No Pets.
                                   Call (508)425-6644                                                   Call Now                  All Types Of Fencing                 Country Setting.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           No Pets Allowed              Washer/Dryer Hookups.
   Deadline For Receiving            For More Info                                                                                                                 $700/Month Plus Utilities
     Applications Will Be                                             FREE Estimates!                 508-892-9983                      Installed                   No Smoking. No Pets.                  Security Deposit &               Hardwood Floors.
      June 14th, 2010,                 Start Your New                                                 508-769-1437                                                                                      References Required           Lease & Security Required.
   No Later Than 3:30pm                 Career Now!                  774-230-8586                       Lic#2084989                  508-867-2564                         First & Last.
                                                                                                                                                                       Available August               Call 774-289-1714                      $750/Month
                                                                                                                                                                         508-943-2345                                                       508-764-2866
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 505 APARTMENTS FOR                 505 APARTMENTS FOR               505 APARTMENTS FOR             505 APARTMENTS FOR               505 APARTMENTS FOR                     510                        530 HOUSES FOR SALE              550 MOBILE HOMES
       RENT                               RENT                             RENT                           RENT                             RENT                       COMMERCIAL/BUSINESS
     Southbridge                       Southbridge                     Southbridge                        SPENCER                                                                                          FOR SALE                         Sturbridge
      3 Bedroom, Large            First Floor, Three Bedrooms,
                                                                             SPECIAL
                                                                                                    Remodeled One Bedroom,                  Webster                                                        BY OWNER                     Attractive Mobile Home
   Apartment. Appliances,
   Washer/Dryer Hookups.
                                              No Pets
                                     New Floors, Cleaned &                    $499
                                                                                                   Lake View, Duplex, Laundry,
                                                                                                   Off-Street Parking One Car,
                                                                                                                                       Modern Second Floor,
                                                                                                                                     Two Bedroom Apartment.
                                                                                                                                                                          Southbridge                   2000 Sq.Ft. 5-Bedroom,               In Sturbridge
                                                                                                                                                                             For Lease                 2-Bath Colonial, Located             Retirement Park
     Section 8 Approved.            Painted. Some Carpeting,           1 Bedroom. Modern.                 Quiet, 1.5 Bath.                Includes Stove &                                                In Worcester’s Lovely         Two Bedrooms, One And
      Off-Street Parking.           Stove, Off-Street Parking,        Wall To Wall, Appliances      First/Last & $500 Security      Refrigerator. Washer & Dryer        10,850+ S.F. Building                   West Side.             One Half Bath, Deck, Patio,
 First, Last And References.         Washer/Dryer Hookups           Included, Coin-Op Laundry,         Criminal/Credit Check        Hookups, Off-Street Parking.              Ideal For                      Huge Kitchen &            New Roof, New Windows,
       $750 Per Month                      In Apartment                 No Pets. Lease And                  $750/Month              Minutes To I-395. Nice Yard.        Commercial/Industrial              Double-Sized Living             And Many Updates.
             Also:                  Deposits. References and           Security. Utilities Not         INCLUDES UTILITIES                      No Pets.                Use. Town Water/Sewer,           Room. Hardwood Floors,           Beautifully Landscaped.
   Two Bedroom Available             Credit Check Required.                  Included.                   508-885-5216                        First & Last              Loading Dock. Includes                Dining Room &                      $85,000
             $625                           No Utilities.              Call (508)764-2866                                                   $825/Month                                                 Three-Season Front Porch.             508-347-8791
                                         $750 Per Month                                                                                                                1,400 S.F. Office Space.
        Four Bedroom                                                                                                                      508-864-9117                  Located On Worcester             Classic Art Deco Interior
             $875                     Plus Water & Sewer.
                                                                         Southbridge                      Uxbridge                                                       Street (Route 169)            Details. Needs Minor TLC.
                                    Call (508)637-1074                                                Updated 2 Bedroom,
    Call (978)852-0886
                                                                        Studio Apartment
                                                                                                     2 Bathroom Apartment.                                                       Call                     Finished Deck & Yard.                 Ware
                                                                          $575/Month                                                                                                                      New Roof & Windows.           Large 3 Bedroom, Family
                                                                                                      First/Last & Security.                                               (508)765-5421
     Southbridge
  3 Bedroom, Second Floor
                                       Southbridge
                                      Large One Bedroom,
                                                                       Electric Included.
                                                                      Close To Harrington
                                                                   Memorial Hospital. Off-Street
                                                                                                            1-Year Lease
                                                                                                        No Pets/Smoking
                                                                                                                                      WEBSTER                                                           Perfect Starter Home For
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Family Looking To Live In
                                                                                                                                                                                                         One Of The City’s Finest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Park, Pets Welcome!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Country Living Near Quabbin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        14’x67’, Must See Inside!
        $900/Month
                                     First Floor Apartment.
                                      Refrigerator & Stove.
                                                                       Parking, Coin-Op.                    $825/Month
                                                                                                      Utilities Not Included.         Prospect                            Southbridge                        Neighborhoods.            Modern & Fully Renovated!
                                                                     No Pets. No Smoking.                                                                                    For Lease                    Priced To Sell At            New Roof, Windows, Deck,
  4 Bedroom, Second Floor            5 Minute Walk To Main               413-426-2829                    508-667-8746                                                                                                                   Plush Carpet And Freshly
        $950/Month
    Refrigerator & Stove
                                    Street. Heat & Hot Water
                                            Included.
                                                                         Southbridge
                                                                                                                                       Estates                           9,400+ S.F. Ideal For
                                                                                                                                                                           Commercial/Light
                                                                                                                                                                                                              $190,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Or Best Offer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Painted Throughout. New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Front Load Washer/Dryer,
          Included
    Deleaded Certificate.
     Off-Street Parking,
                                       Call 774-230-0680
                                                                           Three Bedroom
                                                                        First Floor Apartment
                                                                                                     Webster                              3 Bedroom
                                                                                                                                         Apartments.
                                                                                                                                                                            Industrial Use.
                                                                                                                                                                         Town Water/Sewer.
                                                                                                                                                                          Includes 1,850 S.F.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Call (508)754-1527
                                                                                                                                                                                                       For An Appointment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Side-By-Side Stainless Steel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fridge With Ice/Water,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         And Stove All Remain.
   Washer/Dryer Hookups.              Southbridge                              For Rent.
                                                                             $800/Month             NORTH VILLAGE                       Now Available:                       Office Space.                                                    $52,900
  Spacious. New Windows,              Large Three Bedroom                                                                             Historical Buildings              Located On Worcester                                                413-687-9151
      Doors, Plumbing,               Apartment. Large Yard.             Recently Remodeled.             ONE MONTH                                                         Street (Route 169)            546 CEMETERY LOTS
          Electrical                     Nice Location.                No Pets. Washer/Dryer                                            Must Income Qualify
    MOVE-IN CONDITION                                                 Hookups. Section 8 OK.             FREE RENT!                         SECTION 8                             Call
          Call
                                          $800/Month                 First & Security Required.       2 Bedroom Units                     CERTIFICATES                      (508)765-5421                    Two Lots
                                          First & Last                 Call 508-949-0630                                                    WELCOME                                                      Available At Worcester       575 VACATION RENTALS
      617-645-2811                                                                                    Starting At $783!!                                                                                 County Memorial Park
                                      Call (508)764-2293                                                                                  Call                                                                 In Paxton.
     Southbridge                                                            Spencer                  Heat And Hot Water
                                                                                                                                     (508)943-9567                         Webster                           Non-Selected.
       Ashland Street
   2 Bedroom Apartment.
                                       Southbridge
                                           Low Rent!
                                                                     2 Bedroom Townhouses.
                                                                        Electric Appliances,
                                                                                                        Is Included.
                                                                                                                                                EHO                          For Rent
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Asking $1200 For Both
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Or Best Offer            Cape Cod
                                                                                                         Must Income                                                        2500 Sq.Ft
Modern, Clean, Wall-To-Wall
  Carpets, Ceramic Tiles In
                                   Two Bedroom Apartment.
                                  Very Clean, Freshly Painted.,
                                                                             Hookups.
                                                                     One Year Lease. No Pets.
                                                                            First & Last
                                                                                                           Qualify.                                                             &
                                                                                                                                                                                                            508-885-1071
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dennisport
   Kitchen/Hall/Bathroom.            Refrigerator & Stove.            $625/$720 per month.           Section 8 Vouchers                     Webster                         7500 Sq.Ft.                                                   Immaculate
Recent Cabinets, Fresh Paint,         Quiet Neighborhood.            Security Deposit ($500)              Accepted.
                                                                                                                                     Second Floor, Large Three        Free Standing Buildings.               Two Plots                 2 Bedroom Cottage
   A/C. Off-Street Parking.          No Pets. No Smokers.                                                                              Bedroom Apartment.                   Great Space!                In Worcester County
                                                                       Call (508)886-4312
     Section 8 Accepted           A Very Affordable Apartment                                                                         Washer/Dryer Hookup,                                            Memorial Park, Paxton, MA               Cable TV.
         $750/Month                  For The Right Tenant.                                              Please call                     Off-Street Parking.                    ALSO:                   At Garden Of Heritage II            Walk To Beach.
    First/Last/References            Credit Check Required                  Spencer                   (508)987-1595                   No Pets. Non-Smoking.                  2500 Sq.Ft.                $1500 OBO For Both                 Sorry, No Pets.
   Available Immediately             First & Last Required.             2 Bedroom. Centrally                                            Available June 1st                   3000 Sq.Ft.                   508-864-7159                   Large Private Lot.
      508-892-1793                       508-765-0580                  Located. Second Floor.                                              $895/Month                        9000 Sq.Ft.
   salas125@charter.net                 Leave Message                                                                                     508-943-8755                                                                                    Great For Children!
                                                                         Off-Street Parking.                                                                                  Available!
                                                                               No Pets                    Webster                                                                                       550 MOBILE HOMES                       •••••••••
                                                                             $650/Month                                                                                 Owner Will Give You                                                 $595 A Week
     Southbridge                       Southbridge                      First/Last & Security
                                                                                                           2 Bedroom                                                   Price You Can’t Refuse!
      Beautiful, Three                                                     508-885-6005
                                                                                                            Apartment                       Webster                                                   1977 Mobile Home
  Bedroom, Second Floor.            One Bedroom Apartment.                                           Modern, New, Nice Area.        Three Bedroom Apartment.                  Call                             $70,000                      508-280-8331
                                     Second Floor, Includes                                           Includes Dishwasher,
    Range, Refrigerator,
                                     Stove, Refrigerator, Hot
                                                                                                                                     Large Newly Renovated               1-508-275-9275                     Plus Park Share
     Washer & Dryer
                                    Water, Off-Street Parking.
                                                                            Spencer                    Off-Street Parking,             Kitchen & Bathroom.                                               FOR SALE BY OWNER
         Included.                                                         Attractive Two            Washer/Dryer Hookups.              Washer Hookups,
                                             No Pets.                                                       Third Floor                                                                                 Located In Wagon Wheel
       $800/Month
  (Includes Hot Water)
           No Pets.
                                           $625/Month
                                      First/Security Deposit
                                                                       Bedroom Apartments,
                                                                      Townhouse Or One Floor
                                                                       Appliances, Some With
                                                                                                           $735/Month
                                                                                                     Call 508-769-2500
                                                                                                                                        Off-Street Parking.
                                                                                                                                       First/Last & Security
                                                                                                                                              No Pets.
                                                                                                                                                                      530 HOUSES FOR SALE                 Park, Brookfield, MA
                                                                                                                                                                                                             508-347-3837              Hampton
                                                                                                                                                                              Auburn
       No Waterbeds.
    First/Last & Security
                                          & Credit Check
                                           Call Irene
                                         413-781-4633
                                                                      Washer/Dryer Hookups,
                                                                         Modern & Bright,
                                                                       Quiet Country Setting.              Webster
                                                                                                                                            $850/Month
                                                                                                                                           Heat Included.
                                                                                                                                          50