ORDER OF ONE SAMMARCO WELL DONE! On March 10, from 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. at the VFW Hall, the will roast one of Stoughton's most popular characters.
Mike Sammarco, best known for his meatballs at the Sons of Italy Hall, and his decades of service to the youth of Stoughton through Babe Ruth baseball, will be put through the ringer for charity! A portion of the proceeds will benefit Stoughton Babe Ruth Baseball and the Chamber's charitable activities.
Confirmed on the guest roasting Panel are Town Manager Frank Crimmins, AT&T/Cellco CEO Rick Kaplan, Realtor Fred Yaitanes, former Selectman Joe Mokrisky, Youth baseball honchos Donnie Connors, Dennis Gada, Dan Skiba & Rich Jasmin; DPW Superintendent John Batchelder; Planning Board Chairman Joe Scardino; Friends for Seniors volunteer Don Interrante, Tom Flaherty, and Mike Sammarco’s son, Mike.
The event will be hosted by About Town’s own Mark Snyder. Jeff Connors of Audio PA Systems will provide the sound for the event.
Tickets are only $25. A coffee and sumptuous dessert buffet from sponsor in Stoughton will be featured for guests. Information and a ticket order form is at www.stoughtonma.com.
Tickets are also available at in Stoughton and in Canton. For information, call event chairman at 617-212-2365.
GIRLS SOFTBALL SIGNUPS: Sign up for STOYAC Softball on Tuesday, February 28 at the Community Room, from 6-8 p.m. Cost is $80 per player, and up to a $200 maximum cost per family. Payments may be made using credit cards or debit cards, in addition to checks or cash.
There is also a new developmental program for five year olds. (Players must be 5 years old by January 1, 2012.)
Coaches are welcome to sign up on the 28th. There is a mandatory coaches meeting on March 13. Coaches are subject to background checks.
Questions? Call Tony Carafa at 781-492-6799, or go to www.stoyac.org.
QUITE THE PUCK STOPPER! Stoughton High varsity hockey team goaltender P.J. Sheehan must be shell-shocked by now. He made 37 saves on February 18 in a Hockomock Crossover loss to North Attleboro.
On February 22, he made 48 saves against Dennis-Yarmouth in the opener of the Bourne Tournament. Then, the next day, he stopped 31 more against Bourne, and was named to the All-Tournament team.
Sheehan made nearly 700 saves in 20 games this season, including a whopping 62 against Oliver Ames in January.
And, as Coach Dan Mark says, "He's only a sophomore!"
CONGRATULATIONS to John Sawyer, who graduated from Porter and Chester Institute from their Automotive Technology program. That should come in handy, as his dad is “Big” John Sawyer, owner of Classic Limousines of New England, a Stoughton company. Prom season is just around the corner!