Norfolk Wrentham


Thanks to Yanks to Hold Refuse to be a Victim® Seminar

Safety experts agree the single most important step toward ensuring your personal safety is making the conscious decision to Refuse To Be A Victim...

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4th Annual Wood Duck Derby Slated for October 7th

Mass Audubon’s Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary and the Norfolk Community League (NCL) are gearing up for the 4th annual Wood Duck Derby to take...

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Minds in Motion Returns to the Norfolk Senior Center

The popular program “Minds in Motion” will be coming to the Norfolk Senior Center once again this fall. Hosted by Jerry Cianciolo, a writer,...

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Evening Programs at the Norfolk Senior Center

On Friday, September 15 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., the Norfolk Senior Center will host popular lecturer Paolo DeGregorio. Known as the Artifactual...

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KP Grid Star Frommer is the Total Package

Shane Frommer is a dynamic example of the type of high caliber player the King Philip football team so often produces.
The 5-foot-11½, 190-pounder from Norfolk is a leader, he’s versatile and he’s also a team player who relies on a strong work ethic to get results....

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Hennessey’s Journey Leads to PMC, Family

Just a few weeks shy of his second birthday, Wrentham’s Dave Hennessey’s father Steve passed away from melanoma. Unfortunately for the then-youngster, he never really got to know his father at all.
“I was too young to remember anything about him,” Hennessey said. “I...

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KP’s Limerick Handles Change, Injuries in Calm Fashion

Pat Limerick is a very flexible and resilient 17-year-old baseball player who’s competed for King Philip Regional and for Freedom Baseball, the American Legion team that’s sponsored by Norfolk Post 335.
The 6-foot, 175-pound Limerick, who’ll be a senior at KP this fall...

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