Roundup of residents in the news: a hometown sports star, teen leaders, and our infamously dull men

by beth on July 30, 2013

Here are some stories of residents in the news recently that you may have missed.

Southborough’s Matt Karis sets the bar high for the Lexington Blue Sox – from boston.com:
After tossing a complete game five-hit victory for the Lexington Blue Sox against the Intercity League defending champion Andre Chiefs, Southborough’s Matt Karis made it home Tuesday in time to watch the College World Series.“I was able to see the last six innings. If I’m not playing then I’m studying the game,“ said the 2011 Gettysburg College graduate who has been an elite pitcher in the amateur league since 2007. (read more)

PHOTOS: Leaders in training T the rescue from The Metrowest Daily News:
Teens from Hopkinton, Westborough, Ashland and Southborough in leadership training at the Boating is Fun Camp at Hopkinton State Park work from one viking-style war canoe to right another as part of a teamwork building exercise. (read more)

Self-proclaimed dull men meet weekly in Southborough – from Community Advocate:
If you’re a man who appreciates keeping it simple, then join the club. More specifically, you can join the Dull Men’s Club (DMC), which meets Fridays, 10 to 11 a.m., at the Southborough Senior Center. The only requirement for membership is a good sense of humor. (read more)

 

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