March 28, 2021 ~
Building Community One Positive Story at a Time
Your BuzzAround supports the dignity of all human beings, is actively anti-racist, and supportive of good law enforcement policies. 
Spring Training for Bridgewater Little League

"Some of our 7 and 8 year old players spent time on (a recent )Sunday afternoon working on hitting and fielding at the Glenn Tufts Baseball Training Center. Great to see so many kids interested in sharpening their skills before the season! Bring it on 2021!"

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Historical Tidbit:
Trinity Episcopal Church

Trinity Episcopal Church is located on Main Street in Bridgewater and was founded in 1747. The church was constructed in 1748 under the direction of Worcester architect Stephan Earle and was built on land donated by Samuel Edson.

In 1836, the original church was taken down and was rebuilt at the location where the church still stands. The total cost of the church when it was consecrated in 1884 totaled $8236.12, which was inclusive of land, labor and furnishings. 
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Academy Building Municipal Offices
 66 Central Square 
Services available through phone, email & website only
Bridgewater Public Library
15 South Street
Cole-Yeaton Senior Center
10 Wally Krueger Way
Food Pantry

Central Square Congregational Church
71 Central Square
Thursdays - 10a - 1p
1st Monday of each month from 6 - 7:30 p
Todd DeCouto

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Play our
Historical Tidbit Trivia Game
at the bottom of this newsletter.

You could win a
$10 gift certificate to
Mama Deb's Kitchen & Food Truck.
Bridgewater COA Presents a Series on Aging & Social Justice
March 30 & April 13

Imagine living in Bridgewater in the 1950’s & 1960’s and up to today as a person of color – attending story time at the library, going to high school and encouraged NOT to go to college, raising a family, or relying on The Green Book to safely travel within the United States.

In collaboration with Bridgewater Communities for Civil Rights and Bridgewater State University, we present a three-part series on Aging and Social Justice.

We encourage all ages to participate in this Zoom program to listen, learn, reflect, and take action on social justice issues.
“When My Heart is Almost Breaking”
A musical meditation on mortality and resilience in honor of Good Friday from Central Square.

April 2nd, 4:00p
Congregational Church

Featuring Brianna J. Robinson, Soprano, and
Julia Scott Carey on piano

Easter Bunny
Drive By
Good News!
Easter Bunny Drive By is back by popular demand!

Friday 4/2 & Saturday 4/3 (weather permitting) The EB himself will be cruising the streets of Bridgewater & will pause for a photo with your children (from a safe distance).

Email with your name and address. We’ll add you to our stops & email you the route on 3/31. (We may not be able to fulfill every request.)

There is no fee, although donations are welcome via Venmo @Pam-Madden or snail mail to: GBWOT PO Box 414, Bridgewater, MA 02324.

Any donations allow us to provide assistance to local families in need during a year when so many need it more than ever and our fundraising efforts are limited.
2021 seed packets are in stock! Get yours Today!
1000 Plymouth St (Rt 104) • Bridgewater • (508) 697-0357

Can and Bottle Drive
Eagle Scout Project Fundraiser
Saturday, April 10, 2021
10a - 12:30p
Mitchell School

My Name is Brayden Hackett. I am I am a Scout from Troop 31 Bridgewater. For My Eagle Project. I will be constructing a "Drum Cart" for the Bridgewater-Raynham Marching Band that will be able to move a drum set on wheels and serve as a performance space for the drummer.

Cant make it? Click here to set up a pick up time.
Library of Things
Check out our unique items with you library card. All items go out for one week.
Click here for more details and list of available items to check out!
Are you a Bridgewater resident and you would like to be more involved in your town? Join the Bridgewater Public Library's Board of Trustee in our next election and become a member of our wonderful library. Interested parties are encouraged to direct their inquiries to the Bridgewater Public Library Board of Trustees
Click here for more info.
Working hard to make patients comfortable & healthy!

Physical distancing • spaced appointments
• bacterial cleaning between patients. 

Take care of yourself – See your chiropractor today!
63 Main Street, Bridgewater (508) 697-0050
Hilltoppers Men's Group is back!
Every Thursday
Cole-Yeaton Senior Center
Join us on an afternoon of "real talk" about sport, military, food and how things used to be. Please leave the politics at the door! The program will be a small, 10 person group to start, for safety precaution space has a lot to offer with good chairs & an extra large TV.
All men are welcome!
for more information please email us at
or call us at 508-697-0929.
Estate Planning with Alyssa Asack
Monday, April 5th
The Ousamequin Club of the Bridgewaters is pleased to present Atty. Alyssa Asack on Monday, April 5, 1:00 pm. Atty. Asack will speak to us regarding Estate Planning and the importance and significance of planning and/or updating your estate at any stage of life. She will touch upon integral legal documents such as Health Care Proxy, Power of Attorney, Wills and Trusts.
Click here to email your Zoom link.
Art With Rose
Master your creative instinct with Rose using enamel to make billowy clouds and more.
Click here to watch the YouTube video.
Do you have shoulder pain?

This video explains when/how to know when to get it looked at!

Come see us at Physical Therapy U

75 Scotland Boulevard, Unit A
(508) 697-2000

Mama Deb’s Kitchen
Try our frozen
meals-to-go, like yummy American Chop Suey!
FREE delivery in surrounding towns! 
120 East Grove St, Middleboro

Open Thursdays & Fridays
Noon - 7pm for meals-to-go

Booking Food truck now for YOUR
next special event! 

Gift Certificates Available
Chocolate Scoreboard
Easter is the largest chocolate shopping holiday of the year. What’s really going into the chocolate we buy? Here is surveyed the world’s biggest chocolate companies to find out! Some chocolate companies are rising to the challenge of making cocoa sustainable, but others continue to ignore consumer demand for deforestation-free and child labor free chocolate. This guide breaks down company commitments and policies. Together, Mighty Earth, Be Slavery Free, and Green America are closely monitoring corporate implementation of these policies, working to transform the chocolate industry into one that prioritizes people and the planet. Check out the list
Kudos Town of BW team member & groundskeeper Ray Wilcox, Jr.
He works hard keeping up the basketball courts & area. Mr. Wilcox works for the Recreation Department and helps with upkeep of Legion Field area. Gina Guasconi, member of the Parks & Recreation Commission adds:
Thanks, for all you do for the Parks and Rec Department. I know first hand how how hard you work and the true asset you are to the department and the town!
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Mama Deb's Kitchen & Food Truck.

Historical Tidbit Question:
What year was the Trinity Episcopal Church consecrated?

Email us your answer at: 

Please include your name, phone number with your answer.

By entering, you give us permission to print your name in next week's Buzz Around.
On March 31, 2021 we will randomly pick a winner from the correct answers.
Bee Adventurous!

“Adventure is worthwhile in itself.”
~ Amelia Earhart

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” ~ Andre Gide

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” ~ Mark Twain

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” ~ Ibn Battuta
This past year has all been an adventure in change; an adventure in compassion and an adventure in learning about ourselves. So, this spring, whether you adventure into the depths of understanding, or are off to find a new wilderness as you venture out of your cocoon; explore with an open heart, you never know what you will find!
~ Jacquie
The Buzz Around is brought to you this week by: Jen Bellody, Mohamed (Moe) Ibrahim, Janice O'Brien, Ayman Quader & Jacquelyn Rose
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