I am handicapped and can not get out to shovel. I have two small dogs as well. I am looking for help with getting my driveway plowed and walkway shoveled. I am kin Holbrook, Mass
I am seeking Pca to work 8a-11:45a
5-7 days a week. I am located in
Duties expected help me out of bed, assist me to commode as needed,
Light housekeeping, light meal prep
Shower as needed.
Please call or text me at 508-468-5228 ASAP
Thank you, Janet
Hello Holbrook! A few of us Town Meeting Members want to get organized. Please consider adding your email to our e-list. Our planning group is small and our first goal is to build a fast, easy and direct way to communicate outside of Facebook. We'd also love for you to join us in helping to build out a communications plan for our community ... just give me a shout if you want to learn more! http://bit.ly/3aBhtJs
IF ANYONE HAS PICTURES OF MY GRAM (Marylin Keegan) CAN YOU MESSAGE ME. I WILL GIVE YOU MY CELL TO TEXT THEM. I WANT TO MAKE A MEMORY BOARD IN HONOR OF MY AMAZING GRANDMOTHER. Any help will be appreciated.
This is an important seat that affects people's lives every day. As a trial attorney and elected official, I have the experience and qualifications to be the next Register of Probate. I respectfully request your vote in the September 1 primary.
JOHN C CAIN, JR.
NORFOLK & PLYMOUTH DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE MAN
I am running for State Committee Man to represent our district residents in Norfolk and Plymouth County. I respectfully ask for your vote on Presidential Primary Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 2020. The state committee of each party includes one man and one woman from each of the 40 state senatorial districts in Massachusetts. They are elected at the presidential primary election for a four-year term.
I am passionate about promoting the aims of the Democratic Party. When elected I will work in cooperation with our national, state, and local committees to organize and coordinate for the nomination and election of our party’s candidates.
When elected, I will keep you informed of all federal, state, and local democratic party strategies, plans and goals; allowing everyone to have an opportunity to share and include your opinions and views. I want to know what is important to Abington, Rockland, Braintree (precincts 3, 3A, 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 6, and 6A), Holbrook, and Quincy!
As the current Quincy Ward 3 Chairman, I utilize Social Media, Facebook, email, and postal mail to keep my community engaged and informed through a shared platform of communication. When elected, a page will be created, keeping you informed regarding all democratic party matters and creating a space for sharing.
As a two-time cancer survivor, God decided it wasn’t my time. I’m committed to doing something positive for my community and giving back every day. As your state committee man, I will be able to do just that!
Thank you for your consideration, and your vote on March 3rd.
FREE at Turner Library in Randolph
BOTTING, David P., of Canton, formerly of Holbrook, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, after a courageous battle with cancer, on January 23, 2020, at the age of 53. Born in Boston, David grew up in Holbrook and went to Holbrook High School. He worked as a waiter for several restaurants in and around the South Shore and was considered the “Best” waiter by his family and friends. David was an avid sports fan who enjoyed horse racing and especially loved cheering on all his New England sports teams. He will be fondly remembered for his great sense of humor and his practical jokes. A devoted son, brother, uncle and friend, David will be greatly missed by all who were blessed to have known him. David was the son of the late Richard and Barbara (Drinkwater) Botting. Devoted brother of the late Dianna Miles, Deborah Gulya and her husband Jeffery of Whitman, Richard Botting and his wife Dawn of Manchester, NH, Doreen O’Connor of Quincy, Gail LeClerc of Canton, Janet Burgess and her husband Joseph of Easton and William Botting and his wife Toni of Randolph. Dear uncle of Stacey, Michael, Rachael, Jonathan, Richard, Jr., Kelly, Ashley, Jacqueline, Lynne, Olivia, Kimberly, William, Jr., Robert, James and Nicole. Also survived by 16 great nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a visitation period on Monday, February 3rd, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon in the Cartwright Funeral Home, 69 So. Franklin St. (RT. 37), Holbrook, immediately followed by a Celebration of Life service at 12:00 Noon. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to The Jimmy Fund. For directions or to leave a sympathy message for the family, visit
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