Southborough residents in the news

by susan on October 22, 2010

Here’s a collection of stories from the local media about Southborough residents doing notable things this month.

Southborough World War II veteran finally gets medal (Metrowest Daily News)
It took 65 years, but World War II Army veteran Arthur Butler finally got his Bronze Star, an award for which he didn’t even know he was eligible until last month. (keep reading …)

Southborough resident to sing for President Obama (Metrowest Daily News)
The Boston Children’s Chorus (BCC), made up of 20 members including a resident of Southborough, will sing the national anthem for President Barack Obama at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston Saturday. Caroline Joyner of Southborough will join other children between the ages of seven and 18 to sing for the President. (keep reading …)

Southborough soldier takes part in Operation New Dawn (Community Advocate)
Southborough native Matt Deschamps, who graduated from basic training at Fort Benning in February, was recently deployed with the 1st Cavalry Division of the United State Army infantry in northern Iraq near Kirkuk. (keep reading …)

Southborough woman is ‘one of the lucky ones’ (Metrowest Daily News)
Sharon Clewes is a survivor. Her story began in Feb. 2009 when it happened to be time for her mammogram. “I was actually late,” she said Wednesday. “I had been putting it off for a while. (keep reading …)

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