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LS Athletics: Warriors Review and Weekly Events
[Weekly update courtesy of the Lincoln-Sudbury Athletics Department] Ella Ryan: One of Boston Globe Girls Lacrosse Players of the Week Ryan / Boston Globe Timmy Kearney: Metrowest Fantastic 5 Athletes Kearney / Metrowest Varsity Recap Warriors of the Week MIAA Power Rankings Weekly Events:
Park and Recreation In Peril?
Commission Level-Sets Expectations with Financial Reality Sudbury’s Park and Recreation department has no shortage of challenges, and according to the Park and Recreation Commission (PRC), residents have been voicing frustration with their access to, and the utilization of, the new community center building in recent weeks. Those challenges were a major focus for the commission…
LS Athletics: Warriors Review and Weekly Events
[Update courtesy of the L-S Athletics Department] Nico Begic Triple Winner at MSTCA Fr/So Meet! MSTCA Freshman Sophomore track: Lincoln-Sudbury’s Nico Begic triples his fun Matt Mahoney one of Boston Globe’s Players of the Week! Matt Mahoney and Sophie Jorjorian two Metrowest Fantastic 5 Athletes Varsity Recap Warriors of…
LS Athletics: Warriors Review and Weekly Events
[Submission courtesy of the Lincoln-Sudbury Athletics Department.] Softball Beats Silver Lake in Extra Innings! Lincoln-Sudbury edges Silver Lake in eight-inning softball thriller, 2-1 Girls Lacrosse Beats Westwood in OT! Warriors Ranked in Boston Globe Top 25 Girls Lacrosse #6 Boys Lacrosse #15 Softball #6 Boys Volleyball #15 Wednesday is our first…
Community Center Faces Down Last-Mile Challenges
The Fairbank Community Center is open to the public while the last phases of the project are wrapped up. The Permanent Building Committee met on April 8 to talk through some last-mile challenges. The first challenge is a water leak that the project team believes is coming from the old roof of the Atkinson pool. More…
Finance Committee Reverses Vote on Parkinson Driveway
On Monday night the Finance Committee met to discuss warrant articles for Annual Town Meeting in May. The committee previously voted not to recommend approval of a Community Preservation Committee article that would fund the study and design of a wider driveway to access Parkinson Field and an accessible connection to the Bruce Freeman Rail…
Athletic Fields Needs Assessment To Move Forward Solo
On Tuesday February 6 the Park and Recreation Commission voted unanimously to support separation of the Athletic Fields Needs Assessment from the Open Space and Recreation Plan. The vote came at the request of Adam Burney, Sudbury's Director of Planning and Community Development. In separating the two planning projects, Burney felt the Fields Needs Assessment…
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