LOOKING FOR A JOB? Insulation Technology (https://insultech-eps.com/
)in Bridgewater is a manufacturing company, been in business for 47 years. Looking for full time, 7-3:30 Starting @$17 but get a review in 3mths. Also get insurance, paid holidays, paid sick days, and paid vacation, 401k. There is room to grow and make more $. If interested call 508-697-6926
Job: working with a team to get orders cut, recycling foam, loading and packaging. Also learning how to manufacture it into a big block.
Please SHARE with family and friends. Classes start in January! Affordable community college program, Financial Aid and Scholarships available. Choose morning or evening classes. Students receive job offers of $66-$75,000 before they graduate!
Call or text 774-994-0197 for a tour and more information.
Join the Carlos A.F. DaSilva Committee Fundraiser in Plymouth on July 21st from 5-7pm at the Second Wind Brewing. Campaign cost money and your support would be greatly appreciated. This is a grassroots campaign and Carlos cannot do this alone! Carlos is with you! Are you with Carlos? Request a lawn sign, donate:
If God allowed the US to lead the world in the 21st century as well, it must be because the US kept on dripping sweat, shedding blood and tears during those days in Vietnam.”
• Chapter1 Recollection by the Vietnam veteran
• Chapter2 Vietnam War history
• Chapter3 The question to the Vietnam War view
• Chapter4 The analytical viewpoint of the Vietnam War
• Chapter5 Japan,Vietnam and Combodia
• Chapter6 The ruling war by the revolutionary power
• Chapter7 The revival of US
• Chapter8 New understanding
• Chapter9 The revival of the veteran
All Things Great and Small ...
The troubled times began in my hometown about a year ago. The tension was always there, simmering beneath the surface. The demographics began to change in this rural community about 25 years ago. That's when the commuter rail arrived. Then came Wal-Mart and Stop & Shop. Young families began to move in. Halifax, a town in Massachusetts that most people couldn't find on a map, was suddenly split between older conservatives and younger liberals.
There was mostly peaceful co-existence until last year. That's when someone working at the Recycling Center began flying a Back The Blue Flag at the facility. Someone apparently called Town Hall and explained that the flag violated the U.S. Flag Code because it altered the basic design of the Stars and Stripes. After conferring with town counsel the flag was removed from taxpayer-owned property. It should have ended right there.
But it didn't. A Republicans candidate for state representative saw political opportunity. She organized a "Back The Blue" rally in the center of town and told the crowd she would champion their cause. If she had done an ounce of research she would have known the Back The Blue flag violated the flag code and the decision to remove it from the Recycling Center had nothing to do with politics. The Back The Blue flag is disrespectful to the actual flag of the United States of America because it attempts to co-opt patriotism to promote a chosen profession. That isn't what the Stars and Stripes is supposed to represent.
It didn't end there, either. The Republican candidate's campaign sent out postcards to thousands of local residents. The cards featured the Back The Blue flag and accused her opponent of trying to destroy the police department with her "socialistic" agenda. Her opponent has been married for years to a police officer who worked in New York on 9/11. Thankfully her Democratic opponent won re-election by a comfortable margin, but this Republican divider still sits on the local school committee.
The vile rhetoric continued on social media. A former resident and fervent Trump supporter took over as administrator for what was once a normal town page and turned it into QAnon Central. Anyone who challenged the political rhetoric too strongly was deleted from the page. Not wanting their rhetoric challenged on the actual town page, they bombarded Facebook with complaints, claiming the real town page was promoting hate speech. They were actually able to get that page shut down while people in town were debating the school committee's decision to remove inclusion flags from classrooms at the local elementary schools.
The School Committee, in violation of Open Meeting Law, secretly voted to permanently remove inclusion flags from the school after a handful of parents claimed the flags "politically marginalized" their children. The School Committee actually said in a prepared statement that the flag was banned because it made some children feel unsafe. Yes, a flag representing inclusion for everyone made some kids feel unsafe. The irony of that is absolutely stunning.
The backlash to all this has been heartwarming. Local liberals now have their own page. There is a slew of people stepping forward to run against the divisive forces in this town. Inclusion flags are popping up in windows everywhere. The fight for the soul of this community is now underway.
It is very important to engage in national politics. It is equally important to make sure the fight starts at home. That's where the seeds of hatred and division often grow.
The Big Brother Big Sister Foundation is coming to Halifax and Plympton on November 21 2019
Picking up donations of used clothing and housewares.
Donations are used to support at-risk girls and boys throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
The pickup is free and convenient, we come right to your home.
Call 800-483-5503 or visit bbbsfoundation.org and click on "Schedule a Pickup".
Thank you for your kindness and generosity.
Please feel free to follow us on [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/BBBSFoundationMass/?ref=bookmarks
The PCO Hope Drop In Center in Plymouth will be open tonite from 5pm - 8:30pm. Please stop by if you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, resources and HOPE. At 6:30 we welcome guest speaker, comedian Mike Cordry, who found recovery through the Teen Challenge program. All are welcome. Dinner will be available.
Deb's Barber Shop, 6 Union Street, Bryantville is celebrating 20 years in business this month. I have been cutting hair for 40 years now, barbering for the past 22. I Specialize in flat tops, long layers, special needs with sensory and behavior issues. I also do home visits for these more severe individuals. Looking forward to another 20 years of being
"Your Bryantville Barber".
I found this cute lil girl today running up Plymouth Street right before the Rte 58 intersection. I am not sure how far she travelled. I couldn't locate a chip in her. If you recognize her, please message me. Thank you.
Halifax Girls Basketball will be having a walk in registration night at the Halifax Elementary School Gym Lobby on Monday November 26th from 6-8 pm.
Please contact me (Ken Boudreau) with any questions at [email protected]
A 4th Grade Girls Travel Basketball Tryout will be on October 24th Halifax Elementary School at 5pm.
- Games will be played at the Starland Sportsplex in Hanover MA.
- Games begin December 1st and go thru March.
We also still have openings for the 5th Grade Girls Travel Basketball team. This team has two very experienced coaches. Courtney Yost played for Silver Lake High School and for Roger Williams University. Scott Roche is a former High School coach for baseball, soccer and basketball. It's a great opportunity if your daughter if she is interested in playing basketball, regardless of experience.
Please contact Ken Boudreau at [email protected]
for more information or if your child is interested in playing but could not make the tryouts
Looking for 7D drivers & 7D Wheelchair Drivers for immediate employment with Mass Quality Ride 480 Neponset St Canton Ma. $14/hr for regular drivers & $15/hr for wheelchair drivers. Free personal use of our vehicles that you take home with a company gas card. We also have any amount of hours someone is willing to work. We are all 1 big family at mass Quality Ride I'm the supervisor and the manager is amazing. Our daily route always runs smooth and stress free. We have route all over Massachusetts so we will do our best to accommodate your route requests. PM me if you have the 7D Student Transportation License or if interested.
To the woman that posted me on town Facebook get your story straight you have been at this station for moths. U act lime iam stupid do knot come back to Super petroleum in hason u will be asked to leave we have you on video with your plate number and make and model of you car stay away thank you
For those looking for a friendly indoor basketball league!