EB Jr/Sr High School
Spring Concert 2022
Video Courtesy of EB-Cam
Historical Tidbit:
East Bridgewater Sesquicentennial Commemorative Medal

The face of the Medal depicts the early building of the Carver Cotton Gin Company, including its beautiful bridge spanning the Satucket River.

The structures have long since been replaced, but the location is still the same. The Cotton Gin Company is one of the many early industries which played an important part in the lifestyle of this town.

The words "Pioneering in Industry" and "Time Past - Time Present" appear along with the dates 1823-1973. The reverse of the Medal is the Town Seal. The medal was first available in November of 1972, was designed by Richard Bartlett, and was struck by the V.H. Blackinton & Co. Inc., Attleboro Falls, Massachusetts.

The Town Seal on the reverse of the medal was designed by Mr. Jarvis Burrell and depicts the purchase of the land known as Bridgewater from Chief Ousamequin (Massasoit) of the Wampanoag tribe.

Information from: East Bridgewater Sesquicentennial booklet
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Town Hall
175 Central St
508-378-1601

E. Bridgewater Public Library
32 Union St 508-378-1616

Council on Aging 
355 Plymouth St 508-378-1610
Email & phone contact only

Food Pantries
Union Congregational Church
105 Pleasant St
2nd Wednesday from 12:30 - 2p
& last Saturday from 9:30 - 11a
Pre-Packed bags for pick up only.

St Vincent dePaul Food Pantry
St. John's Catholic Church
210 Center St, EB
(508) 378-3760
Pre-packed bags for pick up only
Congratulations!
Jane Currie
you won a $15 gift certificate to
Pinches & Pounds
Candy Store Rt 18, Whitman!
 
Bee sure to play our Historical Tidbit Trivia Game at the bottom of this newsletter.

Enter for this week's prize of a
free 1.5 hour class at
One Book One Community
“Lev Golinkin emigrated from Ukraine to the US in 1990. He writes on the Ukraine crisis, Russia, and his own escape.

Read his story, ask him questions on Wed. April 27, 7p.

Pick up a copy at a your EB library. Read it. Join us on Zoom April 27th here: Zoom link “ 
THRIFT SHOP of the
EB UNITED METHODIST CHURCH  
54 N. Central St
OPEN:
Wednesday 2:30 - 5:30p
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
10a - 12 Noon
Learn how to make Strawberry Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast and Blueberry Scones with a Sweet Orange Drizzle as we cook along with Simply Creative Chef Rob Scott.

Saturday, April 30th; 1p
Once you register you will receive a list of ingredients and the link to the Zoom presentation. Register here
Regional Employer Road Shows
The Baker-Polito Administration, including MassHire Career Centers and Workforce Boards and the Commonwealth Corporation, is hosting a series of 10 regional employer roadshows from late April to May, with the goal of connecting employers to new and existing workforce supports from the Commonwealth.


Tuesday, April 26th, 3p
Bridgewater State University

The roadshows will be a unique opportunity to hear from MA workforce leaders and to share your perspective with them. Attendance will vary by event but speakers may include Lt. Governor Polito, Secretary Acosta, Secretary Peyser, and Secretary Kennealy, among others.

The roadshows will be hosted by workforce partners, including community colleges and vocational training institutes. Each event will be 1.5 hours and will have roughly the same agenda:
  • Opening remarks by host and special guests
  • Overview of Commonwealth workforce resources for employers
  • Introduction to Market Makers
  • Breakout sessions
*Market Maker / MassHire Engagement Session. Learn about how the MassHire system can help your company build a pipeline of skilled employees. Meet your new Market Maker and hear how you can access more than $200M in workforce funding.
*HireNow Workshop. Learn more about the new HireNow program - you can receive $4,000 per new hire to support hiring, training and retention.
*Workforce Development Roundtable. Sit down with MA workforce leaders to share your perspective and discuss broader workforce trends in the state.
Click (www.mass.gov/futureskills-roadshows) to learn more about the regional employer road shows!
Community Shredding & Prescription Drug Take-Back Event
Sat, Apr 30th
10a - 1p
The Center at Sachem Rock, 355 Plymouth St.

EB Residents Only
Apply to be a Part of the EB Arts Council
Fill out an application to get involved in the community!

Application link:

Info from EB Arts Council FB group: facebook.com/EBArtCouncil
Duval's Pharmacy Inc
Happy Mother's Day from our Family
to Yours!

Stop in and pick up a little something to make Mom smile!

Mon-Fri: 8:30a - 6p | Sat: 9a - 3p
Sun: 9a - 1p

571 Washington St, Whitman
781-447-0606
Reiki with Jacquelyn Rose

Reiki is an energy healing technique that promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety through gentle touch.

Read more
healingstartshere.net
Special and Annual Town Meeting
The Special and Annual Town Meetings will be held at the Junior/Senior High School, 143 Plymouth St
May 9
7p

JOB PLACEMENT
For ages 14 – 24

Get Paid while Earning Certification! 

A wide variety of fields.

Meet with our career counselor & take assessment 


on Tuesdays at 3:30-4:30p and
Fridays 11:30a - 12:30p

MassHire Greater Brockton
Career Center
34 School St, 2nd Floor, Brockton

Mold Guys Restoration
Will Opening My Windows Reduce Mold?



Read more
www.moldguysrestoration.com
EB Board of Selectmen's Meeting
April 13
Video courtesy of EB-CAM YouTube
EB Finance Committee Meeting
April 12
Video courtesy of EB-CAM YouTube
EB Public Schools Welcomes New Member

Please give a warm welcome to Maui, EB Public Schools' newest therapy dog, a beautiful golden retriever.

Maui "wishes all students, staff, and their families a wonderful, safe, and restful break!"

Keep on the lookout for this pup who is ready to give out warm hugs and smiles to all.

Info from EB Public Schools FB page: facebook.com/EBPublicSchools
WEEKLY TRIVIA GAME

Have fun with us and bee entered to win a
free 1.5 hour class at

Historical Tidbit Question:
Who designed the Town Seal on the reverse of the medal?

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 April 27, 2022 before 2p, we will randomly pick a winner from the correct answers.
Bud, Bloom & Begin Again.

"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." ~ Edward Everett Hale

"Keep on beginning and failing. Each time you fail, start all over again, and you will grow stronger until you have accomplished a purpose - not the one you began with perhaps, but one you'll be glad to remember." ~ Anne Sullivan

"First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning, as you will observe, is in your imagination."
~ Napoleon Hill
We have to start ... time to get going : ) ... Enjoy the process & connection, I see the sparks flying from here! ~ Jacquie
The Buzz Around is brought to you this week by: Jen Bellody, Mohamed (Moe) Ibrahim, Janice O'Brien, Jacquelyn Rose, & Greg Venezia
Copyright 2022 Buzz Around East Bridgewater. You have our permission to share and copy this issue in its entirety as much as you like. If you take it in part, please give credit. ("Buzz Around East Bridgewater 4/24/22")
 
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