Calling it “a great idea,” the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday voted unanimously to create a new 5-member committee charged with maintaining and managing Southborough’s network of trails. They’ll also play a key role in the creation of new trails. Read the full article → from Selectmen create new trails committee, members sought
If you made a resolution to get healthy this year, Boot Camp, sponsored by Southborough Recreation, just might be the program to help you do it. Read the full article → from Southborough Recreation boot camp aims to help you meet your fitness goals
You may have noticed construction of the community ice skating rink is underway at Woodward School. For the past three winters the Recreation Department has set up a public outdoor rink for recreational skating and ice hockey. Read the full article → from Get ready for the rink!
Drive down Deerfoot, Parkerville, or Middle Roads during the summer and you’re sure to see at least one person casting their fishing line in the Sudbury Reservoir. Same goes for the causeways over Framingham and White Bagley Roads. There are no shortage of people fishing, but what exactly are they catching? Read the full article → from Is fishing in the Sudbury Reservoir any good?
Construction has started on a new sand volleyball court at Neary School. The court is the work of Boy Scout Adam Wolfset who is building it – with the help of his fellow scouts – as his Eagle Scout service project. Read the full article → from New volleyball court expected to be finished this month
Open registration for the 2009 girls youth lacrosse season begins on Monday (12/8). If you’d like to learn more about the program, attend the Information Night on Monday from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the Algonquin cafeteria where you can speak with the board, try on uniforms, order apparel, and get your questions answered. Read the full article → from Girls youth lacrosse registration and information night
Gobble Wobble participants starting their run at Trottier on Thanksgiving Day. (Photo published by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette’s onthecommon.com) Results of the 2nd Annual Gobble Wobble have been posted. View the overall results, age group winners, or results for walkers. First to cross the finish line was Keiron Tumleton with a time of Read the full article → from Gobble Wobble results
(Photo from NYSLA) Registration is open now through 12/5 for the Northborough-Southborough Youth Lacrosse Association’s spring 2009 season. Leagues are available for boys in grades 2 through 8. Practices start in March, with games beginning in April. For more information or to register, visit the NYSLA website. Update: There’s also a girls lacrosse organization in Read the full article → from Register for youth lacrosse by 12/5
Gobble Wobble course map. Click to enlarge. I’ve heard lots of people talking about the Thanksgiving Day Gobble Wobble 5 K run/2K walk. If you haven’t signed up yet, better get moving. You can register on the Rec Department website. Sign up by 11/25 for discounted pricing and a free t-shirt. The race is open Read the full article → from Get ready to wobble your gobble
How many scenes like this played out all over Southborough today? It couldn’t have been a more perfect day for it. … And in case you’re wondering, Southborough won the game 4-3 over Concord-Carlisle. Read the full article → from Saturday Soccer
Today is the last day to register for the Second Annual Parent-Child Tennis Tournament sponsored by the Rec Department. The tournament will be held on Sept. 27 and 28. Can’t get enough of tennis tournaments? There’s also the Third Annual Mixed Doubles Tournament on Oct 4 and 5. Registration deadline for this tournament is Sept. Read the full article → from Parent/child tennis tournament – last day to register