September 29, 2019 ~ Building Community One Positive Story at a Time
HUGE Congrats to
Tim & Nancy Holick and the whole crew at Wood Palace Kitchens for their 40th Anniversary!
At the Sept 19th celebration, citations and congratulations from the many guests from Raynham & surrounding towns; Metro South & Cranberry Country Chambers of Commerce; and the Massachusetts Senate, House of Representatives and Middleboro Board of Selectmen (Wood Palace is right over the line off 44.)
Photo Credits: Rich Morgan Photography
Historical Tidbit: The South School
 
"On March 21, 1931, the town meeting voted to have a committee bring in plans and specifications for a four-room school for south Raynham to replace the large wood-framed school. 

On April 25, 1931, it was voted to construct the building at a cost of $29,000. There are now six classrooms. One unique factor in the construction of South School was that one section of the main floor was movable and could be raised or lowered, similar to the stage at Radio City Music Hall in New York. However, the floor has been stationed and secured at one level for many years. Miss J. B. Goodick, long-time South School principal, was an example of the finest teachers of her time."

From: 
The History of Raynham, Patrice White
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Town Hall
558 South Main St. 
 508-824-2707
Mon - Thurs 8:30a - 4:30p,
Fri 8:30a - 12 Noon
 Tues eve 6 - 8p
 
Public Library
760 South Main St.
508-823-1344
Mon - Wed 10a - 8p
Thurs 10a - 6p, Fri 10a - 5p, Sat 10a - 2p

Council on Aging
2215 King Philip St.
508-824-2740
Mon - Fri 9a - 3p
COA

Food Pantry
2nd and 4th Thursday of the month
9:00 am - 11:00 am
494 Church St, Raynham
774-406-5612
Congratulations!
Krista C Benvissuto
 won
2 tickets to the corn maze at Nessralla Farm Rt. 106, Halifax

You should play our
Historical Tidbit Trivia Game
at the bottom of this newsletter.

You could win a
One Free Svaroopa® Yoga Class at
Bliss Through Yoga
484 Bedford St., East Bridgewater
Council on Aging Newsletter
October's newsletter is available for viewing!
Find out about upcoming events, workshops and important information.
Follow this link.
Outreach Positions
The Town of Raynham is seeking two (2) outreach workers to serve the local senior community.
Special Visitor at LaLiberte Elementary
We're so excited to have Rob Surette, Boston native and artist for Disney, DC, DreamWorks, and Star Wars, visit us next Friday, Oct 4th at LaLiberte Elementary School.

If you've never seen what he can do, watch this video of him above at the Celtics and be amazed! A truly incredible talent, AND your ticket is a chance to win a Rob Surette original!

Also, have you seen what he can do with Legos, gumballs, and lipstick?!?! Tickets are on sale for $7.50/ea for elementary and middle school families in town!

There will be also be additional raffle tickets for sale for the chance to win another Rob Surette original painting (You can decide on which one you want yourself.) Bring cash/checks to the show if you want to have a shot at this.

Tickets are still available. Most likely we will be able to sell at the door too. But if you want to be certain of a spot, make sure you send in your order form to your child's school office this week.
Selectmen's Regular Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, October 1st
7:00 p – 558 S. Main Street
 
Pledge of Allegiance
Acceptance of the Minutes
Department Heads / Committees
  • Matt Tanis, Health Agent – Update on Vape Shops
  • Jim Donovan, Police Chief - Monthly Report
  • Ed Buckley, Highway Superintendent – Monthly Report Appointments
Citizen & Community Input
Public Hearing
New Business
  • Approve October 21, 2019 Special Town Meeting Warrant
  • Waste Management Proposed Facility Modifications
  • Set Hearing date for Class I Dealers Application - Advantage Truck Group, Lot 22 Paramount Drive
Completion of Old Business
  • ABCC Approval – Harry’s La Casa Mia Transfer
Town Administrator’s Report, Selectmen’s Report
Correspondence, Press Time, Emergency Business, Admin Duties, Adjournment
Selectman's meeting 9/17/19
Bridgewater Farm Supply – Your Complete Garden, Farm & Pet Store!
Does your lawn need a little boost after the dog days of summer? Come see us for your loam, seed and fertilizer needs!

Stop in today!
1000 Plymouth St (Rt 104)
Bridgewater • (508) 697-0357
Raynham Lions Club
Clamboil with Chowder
Sun, Oct 6th
Chowder at 1p
Clamboil at 2p
King Philip Hall
2234 King Philip St.

Donation: $33

Call for Tickets 508-823-7911
Paid Medical and Family Leave
If you employ Massachusetts workers, you'll be required to comply with the PFML law beginning Oct. 1, 2019

Important dates:
September 30 - Notify all covered individuals
October 1 - Withholding starts
December 20 - Apply for an exemption
January 31, 2020 - Remit contributions

Does your back need a
Back-to-School
check-up?


Call us today!
63 Main Street, Bridgewater
(508) 697-0050

Box Tops for Education
It's National Box Tops Week and earning just got easier!
Now that Box Tops has gone digital, get to know the new mobile app so you can keep earning at your school. It scans your store receipt, automatically finds participating products and instantly adds Box Tops to your school's earnings online. No clipping required!

Learn more here:  boxtops4education.com
Watershed Canoe Kayak
Fall Foliage Canoe/Kayak Trip
Sat, Oct 12th
10a (check-in at 9:30)
South Street East river crossing on the Raynham/East Taunton line
 
You're invited to join the Taunton River Watershed Alliance (TRWA) for a canoe/kayak trip on the Taunton River to enjoy the peak fall foliage.
Please pack a lunch. We will stop mid-way and take a break. It will end approximately four hours later (2:00p) at Weir Riverfront Park on East Water Street in Taunton.
The registration cost is $15 per person. Pre-registration and payment is required and we've made it easy! Now you can register, pay and get the liability form online here. If you prefer to pay by check please make it payable to Taunton River Watershed Alliance and mail by October 7 to: TRWA, PO Box 1116, Taunton MA 02780.  
 
Participants must supply their own canoe or kayak and an extra paddle and wear a flotation device. If you don't have your own, there are three 10-foot kayaks with paddle and PFD are available for rent. Please email the river guide to make arrangements.  
 
Youths under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Shuttle service will be provided as needed. No alcohol is allowed on the river.

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Rent our Billy Goat Outback Brush Mower, with a 24″ cut, to make quick work of clearing your back 40!

Work smarter not harder!

10 Bedford Park, Bridgewater
 (508) 279-0950

Raynham Pride Day was awesome!!!
Free food, goodies & entertainment can't be beat!

Huge kudos to Kevin Ellis, the Scouts & the Lions for all the hard work they do to make this yearly event such a success!
WEEKLY TRIVIA GAME

Have fun with us and bee entered to win
One Free Svaroopa® Yoga Class at
Bliss Through Yoga
484 Bedford St., East Bridgewater

Historical Tidbit Question: 
How many classrooms did the new school have?

Email us your answer at:

Please include your name, phone number with your answer. 
By entering, you give us permission to announce your name in next week's 
Buzz Around Raynham.

On October 2, 2019, we will randomly pick a winner from the correct answers.
Awesome Sauce 

“The Muse visits during the act of creation, not before. Don't wait for her. Start alone.” 
~ Roger Ebert

“I know that you know that I'm awesome, and that you know that I know that you're awesome!” ~ Shreya Gunna

“The beauty that lies hidden, makes my soul tremble with awe.” ~ Patricia Robin Woodruff

“Who we are and how we engage with the world are much stronger predictors of how our children will do than what we know about parenting.” ~ Brené Brown

“You are people with a present and with a future. Don't muff the ball. Be excellent.” 
~ Gordon B. Hinckley
Add your own awesome sauce to everything you do.... it makes life so-o-o-o much more tasty! ~ Jacquie
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