Duxbury Quarterly Newsletter Volume II|July 13, 2018
Happy Summer!
Summer is finally here, and time to enjoy the outdoors and things that make Duxbury so unique - like walking the Powder Point Bridge, visiting the John and Priscilla Alden Family sites, and hiking the Mass Audubon's North Hill Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary. PACTV is always out and about in Duxbury covering stories for PACTV Community News, so please say hi when you see us!

We invite you to come to PACTV to find out more about our classes and how our professional staff can help you create an amazing video or television show. We hope you will enter our one-minute Video Competition (more information below) and maybe even win a prize!
Fourth of July Parade

The crowds and sunshine were both out in Duxbury to celebrate the Fourth of July. PACTV was proud to be part of the fun and record the parade. Watch it again here and on PACTV's YouTube Channel

Duxbury in the News
Duxbury Couple Bestows Gift to Bridgewater State

Bruce and Patricia Bartlett of Duxbury made a generous donation of land located in the Plymouth Industrial Park to Bridgewater State University .
Marine Biology 101 at Duxbury Maritime School

The Duxbury Bay Maritime School hosts ecology field trips, and many more programs. Students get to rotate through stations, learning about Duxbury Bay, the surrounding area, and the ecology of the bay.

Infrastructure Needs in Duxbury

State Representative Josh Cutler spoke to PCN about the state and federal aid necessary to repair the massive infrastructure damage to the Town of Duxbury after this winter's powerful Nor'Easters

Duxbury's 2018 Speak for Thyself Awards
The Alden Kindred of America held their annual "Speak for Thyself" awards, honoring women from a variety of backgrounds who exhibit a trailblazing spirit akin to Priscilla Alden
Meet Duxbury's Newest Canine Officer

K9 Sirk of the Duxbury Police is a great hunter and hesing person with ease. This 4-legged member of the force is K9 Sirk and he's currently in a 16-week training program. PCN went to the Duxbury Police station to meet this recruit.

Friends Don't Let Friends Die

The " Friends Don't Let Friends Die " program was inspired by parents of overdose abandonment victims and was coordinated by the Duxbury Knights of Columbus with the help of the Duxbury Police and Duxbury Fire Departments.
Our Community
Behind the Scenes of PCN

Find out more about the news shows at PACTV and the staff who covers the stories in our community.

Register's Report

Plymouth County Register of Deeds John Buckley has a new episode. Buckley talks with Attorney and Plymouth Town Moderator, F.Steven Triffleti about conveyance in real estate
Enter to Win The Video Competition!
Everybody has a story to tell and we want to see your story! Enter to win PACTV's Video Competition. Create a one-minute video and tell us:
  • Who inspires you? OR
  • What is your favorite place? OR
  • What does your 5:00 look like?

A screening with all submissions takes place on August 23rd at 7pm at PACTV. 

We will offer a session for people who want to create a video using their phone or tablet at PACTV on August 10th from 6-7:00pm. Sign up here .

We can't wait to see your submissions! 

Enter here: www.pactv.org/vc2018 (Deadline is August 16th)
Ways to Watch
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Thank you to our Supporters!
PACTV is grateful for the support of local businesses and organizations who help enable our mission of informing and empowering our community. If your organization would like to become a PACTV Supporter, please contact Julie Thompson at julie@pactv.org .
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