Drew and Cathy Simmons took their Stow independent to West End Paradise, their home away from home on Sanibel Island, Florida. Also inhabiting the property were two alligators, an anhinga, several ibises, catbirds, palm warblers, and turtles, a great egret (eating a skink), lots of anoles, a cuban tree frog, and we even saw a bald eagle fly overhead.
“Hello, Dolly!” has come back to the stage at Nashoba Regional High School with performances this Friday, the 22nd and Saturday, the 23rd at 7:30pm and a Sunday the 24th matinee at 2:00pm. “Hello Dolly!” is a family-friendly treat that both Director/ Producer Bill Grady and Artistic Director/set designer Rob Nierintz believe has a timeless message for all: live life to its fullest, take what you have and find joy and happiness in it! See NashobaDrama.com for more details and information.
After hours and hours of careful and precise design and build work, and finally putting every element and piece together, the Nashoba Regional High School RoboChiefs have brought their build season to a close, sealed their robot in its bag, and await the FIRST Robotics Boston Regional Competition where 55 teams will gather to compete March 21-23 at Boston University’s Agganis Arena. The competition is free and open to the public. Visit www.nashobarobotics.org for more information.
Courtesy Sammy Gjeltema, Team 1768, Nashoba Robotics
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