North Quabbin Notes, Jan. 24

  • Athol Library staff member Marie Lehmann with puzzles. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Published: 1/23/2023 3:22:07 PM
Modified: 1/23/2023 3:21:40 PM
Harlem Wizards to face off against Narragansett teachers

BALDWINVILLE — On Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m., the Harlem Wizards will be coming to Narragansett Regional High School to play Narragansett teachers from across the district. Teachers from TES, NMS, and NRHS join forces as they go up against the world famous Harlem Wizards. This slam-dunk event for the whole family will feature comedy and athletic tricks that will amaze. Seats are limited, so be sure to use pretix.eu/harlemwizards/Baldwinville/ to buy them early. This is a show not to be missed. All attendees, with the exception of children 3 and under, need a valid ticket to watch the show. Tickets sold at the door will be a higher price. Any questions, contact eodea@nrsd.org or lcaouette@nrsd.org.

Quabbin-Ware River Region virtual program

BELCHERTOWN — On Sunday, Jan., 29, 2-3 p.m, a program entitled Myths and Mysteries of Quabbin Reservoir and the Ware River Watershed will be held.

The history, construction and management of the Quabbin Reservoir and the Ware River watershed hold fascination for both visitors and residents of the area. Explore the mysteries and clear up some persistent myths. Visit https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/85cfacfdf92146efab43575f21224025 to register.

Frost, Family & Fun at Athol High School

ATHOL — Frost, Family & Fun Event being held inside Athol High School on Wednesday from 6-7:30 p.m.

Families will arrive through the front doors of Athol High School. The event will allow the family to select what activities they would want to participate in:

Registration - (Families receive tickets for dinner and movie concessions)

Story Walk (Gymnasium) An opportunity to walk and read a book together as a family. by Valuing Our Children.

Two Showings of “Frosty The Snowman” in the auditorium with popcorn and water.

A photo opportunity area for families or the children

Pin the nose on the snowman

Craft provided by Seven Hills Foundation (they will have two staff attending)

Cookie decorating

Paint by Instruction by MassHire (Laura Robinson )

Pizza, chips and a drink 

Area resident named senior VP at Renasant Bank

ATHOL — Robert Haven has been promoted at Renasant Bank, headquartered in Tupelo, Mississippi. Haven is a former long-term resident of Athol and Orange. He was the Senior Vice President and a Trustee of Athol Savings Bank. For the last 10 years he has worked at Renasant Bank in a variety of officer roles, and now is the senior vice president and director of third-party risk management. Renasant Bank has over $16 billion in assets and operates throughout the southeastern United States.

Celebrate National Puzzle Day at the Library

ATHOL — The town’s library will be celebrating National Puzzle Day on Saturday, Jan. 28. National Puzzle Day is the perfect day to do a little brain exercise. Whether it’s a crossword, jigsaw, or sudoku, puzzles engage the brain in more ways than one. Scientists have discovered that when working on a jigsaw puzzle, people utilize both sides of the brain, improving memory, cognitive function and problem solving skills in the process.

The library will have jigsaw puzzles out on tables both upstairs and down (and puzzles to borrow), sudoku, brain teasers and more. Drop in any time during library hours (9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. on Saturdays). This event is free and registration isn’t required. All ages welcome.

HCC announces Dean’s List for Fall 2022 semester

HOLYOKE — Each semester Holyoke Community College recognizes superior scholarship through the Dean’s List. A student is placed on the Dean’s List if their G.P.A. is 3.2 or higher. The students listed below have earned Dean’s List honors for the Fall 2022 semester.

Erving: James Ryan Leclerc

Wendell: Melissa S. Wilder


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