ABOUT TOWN: Cow Pie Bingo to Drop in on Stoughton High (And Thanksgiving Trash Talk)

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A CRAPPY CONTEST! The student-athletes on the Stoughton High football and Canton High football teams will be the featured players on the SHS football field Thanksgiving morning, but a couple days later, on Saturday, Nov. 24 cows will take over Stoughton High School's football field!

At 1 p.m., the field will be divided into grids and tickets are being sold allowing you to purchase one of these special squares of grid, grass and soil.

Cows will then be allowed to wander on the field, and whoever owns the grid that the cow poops on first is the big winner of $3,000. The second cow's deposit will result in a $1,000 prize!

This fundraiser will help support the Stoughton High School Class of 2013, and will let two lucky players strike pay dirt (and we do mean dirt!) If the Class of 2013 can sell all the tickets, it will enable the senior prom and related activities to be FREE!  

Tickets are $30 each. Buy a ticket yourself or form a group of "investors."

To buy contact class advisor Tim Norton at t_norton@stoughtonschools.org. Ticket sales are limited.


THANKSGIVING TRASH TALK: On Thursday, Nov. 22, there will be no curbside trash collection and recycling in observance of Thanksgiving Day. Trash collection for Thanksgiving Day will be scheduled for Friday, Nov. 23, in addition to the regular Friday collection. This is standard procedure for any holiday.

All rubbish and recyclables must be curbside by 7 a.m. on your collection day. Plastic containers, bags or boxes broken or damaged because of cold weather conditions or animals will be the responsibility of homeowners. Large household appliances (metal items) must be called into the Public Works for appointment for pickup (781-344-2112).

Speaking of the DPW, here is an IMPORTANT NOTICE:

The recycling center at 100 Page St. will no longer be open on Saturdays. Effective immediately and permanently, it will ONLY be open Sundays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

And, for two more Saturdays (Nov. 24 and Dec. 1), the Gay Street pit will be open for leaf disposal.


BELATED BIRTHDAY WISHES: Thomas "Tom" Tedescho, Jr.  electrician and long-time volunteer for many youth sports organizations ; to Heidi Shaputa, also known as "Violet the Clown"; to Graig Kowalczyk of Stoughton, son of former Selectman chairman John Kowalczyk. All celebrated on Saturday. 

And, to Selectman Chairman John Stagnone, who is also president of Stoughton Media Access Corp. and is spearheading the efforts to revive the old State Theatre in our downtown; and also to Nicole Capozzoli, owner and manager of The Village Pub, and the daughter of former ZBA Acting Chair and Selectman Candidate Jerry Capozzoli, the owner of C & J Auto Body.  They celebrated Sunday.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY: To Lisa Goldstein-Rosenberg of Stoughton, owner of "Twice is Nice & Just is Nice."



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