REAL ESTATE ROAST ROSTER: The Stoughton Chamber of Commerce is roasting another "victim" on Saturday, March 2.
After previous roasts of Terry Schneider, . and Mike Sammarco, this year's "roastee" is Stoughton real estate legend Fred Yaitanes.
Fred, along with his lovely bride Nadine Israel, owns the Fred & Nadine Realtor Team of Stoughton, which runs out of the Keller Williams Office in Easton. Fred is an active member of the Food Pantry Foundation of Stoughton, and recently directed a murder mystery at Town Hall that raised over $3,000 for SOLA (Support Our Library Association).
The roast, which runs from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Portuguese National Club at 21 Railroad Avenue, will feature decadent desserts and a lot of insults that will have Fred "well done" by the end of the evening!
To date, panelists include such local notables the President of the Little Theatre of Stoughton, Jan Jones; landscaper and cousin of the roastee, a very funny guy, Phil Yaitanes; Linda Werman of the Old Colony Hospice and Stoughton youth sports; and former Stoughton town activist (remember the Recall), Mark Hausammann. Panelists are subject to change.
I will be hosting my fourth roast.
In addition to baked goods, desserts will also feature Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, and all their delicious toppings! DJ Chris Zienko of Men in Black will be playing the music. There will be a 50-50 raffle with proceeds going to the Anne Havlin Scholarship Fund.
MURDER AT THE LIBRARY ENCORE: Speaking of Yaitanes' play, "Murder at the Library," which took place Jan. 18 before a sold out audience at Stoughton's Town Hall - it can be seen on local cable TV. You can find it on SMAC, which is Comcast Channel 9 and Verizon Channel 28.
Final airings will be:
- Friday 2/22 3:30 p.m.
- Saturday 2/23 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
- Sunday 2/24 9 p.m.
The program is also now available on Video-On-Demand on the Stoughton Media Access website www.stoughtontv.com. Click VOD and follow the prompts and search for "Murder Mystery."
STOYAC FOOTBALL AND CHEER REGISTRATION: Stoughton Raiders Football & Cheerleading registration will be held this coming Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Stoughton High gym lobby and at the Gibbons Elementary School.
Registrations will take place at those locations from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 14 as of July 30th will be eligible to play and participate.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: to Stoughton's Brian Turner; and Christine Woodard, an active volunteer with STOYAC cheerleading.