At their Nov. 16 meeting, the Board of Selectmen acknowledged receipt of a letter from the town’s Board of Registrars indicating that enough signatures were certified to proceed with a recall of Water Commissioner Tim Toomey. Selectmen then approved sending a letter to Toomey to advise him that he has five days to resign or a recall election will be scheduled.
Toomey could not be reached for comment.
The selectmen will meet tonight at 7 at Town Hall.
Triton Arts will present “Father of the Bride” by Caroline Francke on Dec. 3, 4 and 5 at 7 p.m. in the Triton High School auditorium. Under the direction of Natalie V. Safley, Triton students will perform this hilarious story of the Banks family, circa 1950, as they plan their eldest daughter’s wedding.
Tickets are $5 for students and senior citizens and $8 for general admission.
Officer Tom Hills of the Rowley Police Department will address the senior citizens in town about scamming on Monday, Dec. 7, at the Rowley Public Library meeting room from 2 to 3 p.m. Hills will discuss the “dos and don’ts” of scam prevention and provide instructions for protecting yourself, your loved ones, and your home from telephone, email and door-to-door scams with helpful tips and tools. Light refreshments will be served.
Advance sign up is requested by calling the Council on Aging at 978-948-7637.
It’s the time of year when reaching out to help others is most prevalent. Students and families from the Pine Grove School PTA do this through its annual “Helping Hands” program that provides donations to families in need. If you’d like to donate a gift card or cash, contact the school’s PTA at PineGrovePTAemail@gmail.com by Monday, Dec. 14.
The Friends of the Rowley Public Library is hosting a make your own table-top tree event on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 1 p.m. Lisa Giannino from Rowley’s Country Gardens is donating her time to provide the instruction to the group on how to make this beautiful holiday tree centerpiece. Registration is required; call the library at 978-948-2850.
Want to get more in touch with the younger generation? Be a pen pal for a Pine Grove student fifth-grader. Every year, each student in John Collyer’s class seeks a senior citizen pen pal. Some from the Council on Aging have already signed up, but this year’s class is larger, with 24 students, and a pen pal is sought for each student. Seniors correspond with the fifth-graders through letters and meet in the spring for a get-together. Contact COA director Brienne Walsh at 978-948-7637 to sign up to be a pen pal.
Michelle Pelletier Marshall reports on the town of Rowley for The Daily News. She can be reached at email@example.com.