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Phillips Beach Parking Before Traffic Study Committee Monday Night

The meeting is at 6 p.m. at the Senior Center. Other items round out a snapshot of goings-on today Aug. 16.

Phillips Beach parking. Credit: Terry Date
Phillips Beach parking. Credit: Terry Date
1.Town Notes:

The Traffic Study Committee is scheduled to take up Phillips Beach parking Monday, Aug. 19, at 6 pm in a meeting at the Swampscott Senior Center, at the back of Swampscott High. 


2. Weather Watch:
 

Wednesday's forecast calls for sunshine and a high temperature of 73.

  • Sunrise: 5:51 a.m.
  • High tide: 7:04 a.m.
  • Low tide: 1:08 p.m.
  • Sunset: 7:42 p.m.
3. Academic Acclaim: 

The following local residents were among 1,371 students from Ithaca College who received degrees during the College's commencement ceremony held in May 2013.

Shaun Brown, a resident of Swampscott, graduated from Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications with a major in Integrated Marketing Communications.

Sarah Low, a resident of Swampscott, graduated from Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications with a major in Television-Radio.

4: Stage Notes

 Marblehead Little Theatre Presents The Tempest - Aug. 16 - Aug. 25 

Tickets are now on sale for Marblehead Little Theatre’s upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, running August 16-25th.

Where: Marblehead Little Theatre
12 School Street
Marblehead, MA 01945When:7:30pm
2pm Sunday Matinees Cost:$23 adults
$15 students for Sunday Matinees

5. 
 Racing For a Reason: 

Swampscott and Marblehead participants were among the 31 members of Team PinkOps in the Spartan Race, Aug 10th. 

The team included: Beth Johnson, Jenifer Whitmore, Justin Dean, Lauren Lombardo, Tricia Rockett, Danielle Jacobs, Michelle Schiowitz, Jay Goldman, Sarah Wattendorf, Sarah McCormack, Evan Comeau and Donna Freddo.

For the past two years, the team has raised over 14 k for the local Sue de Vries Cancer Foundation.  The foundation provides funding for a wellness room at the Mass General North Shore Cancer Center to assist patients with complementary therapies while they go through treatment. Local resident Sara MacNamara started this team in 2012 with one goal in mind, to help fund local charities where the significant amount of their proceeds go directly towards its purpose. Sue de Vries Foundation is a nonprofit, grassroots organization with a completely volunteer board that fits this goal.  Founding board member and yoga teacher Larisa Forman states that in 2012, thanks to the generosity of the supporters, the hospital has provided nearly 800 acupuncture treatments, 280 massages and 190 reiki sessions were provided free of charge to help ease pain and discomfort to those receiving chemotherapy.

Team members had been hard at work managing spin-off fundraising events, collecting individual donations and selling Team PinkOps merchandise, with proceeds going towards this amazing foundation. Beth Johnson, owner of EnergyWithin conducted free Wed night hard core training sessions to prepare.

The Spartan Race is a 5k (3.2 mi) race, comprised of mud runs, obstacles, trail racing, physical challenges and mental challenges.

For more information on Team PinkOps visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/256649831119015/



Louis Massei August 16, 2013 at 10:04 AM
What are the results of the Phillips Beach committee?
Fred Hammer August 16, 2013 at 01:19 PM
not a thing other end of town . great job selectman its the end of the summer

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