Monday, April 30, 2012
In today’s last chance we bring you football, cheer, bricks and bills. The registration deadline for youth football and cheerleading is today. To register, click here. Paperwork will be collected and cheerleaders will be fitted for equipment on Wednesday, May 9 at Norton Middle School from 6 to 8 p.m. Looking for a unique gift? Personalized bricks in the Norton Tricentennial Park make a great gift For Mother’s and Father’s Day and for graduation. Bricks serve as a meaningful memorial for loved ones. Choose a $50 or $100 brick. Order by today at Haskin’s Pharmacy or www.norton300.org/tricentennial-park.html. For more information contact Kathy Ebert-Zawasky, Zawasky@comcast.net. Fiscal year 2012 fourth quarter real estate and personal …
Monday, October 24, 2011
Many honored at dedication ceremony Sunday, Oct. 23.
Citizens of Norton were brought together Sunday, as they celebrated the dedication ceremony of the new Tricentennial Park, located at 217 W. Main St. “I think Brian Coughlin said it best if you’ve seen his commercial,” noted Dan Rich. “He said this year we’ve had a great time celebrating Norton’s 300th anniversary. We had the picnic, we had the ball we had the parade. But those are memories. This is a park that will last. This park will connect us to those memories.” Speakers of the day included town crier Clarence “Butch” Rich, Tricentennial Committee chairman Dan Rich, Norton Land Preservation Society co-president Kathleen Ebert-Zawasky and Board of Selectmen chairman Bradford Bramwell. They honored the many people who helped make the …
Friday, October 21, 2011
Dedication ceremony is Sunday, Oct. 23, at 2 p.m.
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Friday, October 21, 2011
The Tricentennial Committee announces the dedication of the Tricentennial Park of Norton at 217 W. Main St. A brief ceremony is planned to officially introduce the park and acknowledge the many people who have helped to make it possible. "The park reflects a partnership between the Town of Norton and its generous and dedicated citizens and many local organizations and businesses," said Kathy Ebert-Zawasky in a press release. "This will be a wonderful time to celebrate the fulfillment of our original vision and connect this time and place with Norton’s long history, its vibrant present and its promising future." Under the artistic guidance and expertise of Dana Rappaneau, landscape designer and owner of the Olde Thyme Shoppe, the park …
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Kathy Ebert-Zawasky tells us how the Tricentennial Park is coming together.
Plants are being planted, benches are in and the grass will soon start growing. Watch as volunteers make Tricentennial Park come alive.
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
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New sign put in Friday.
Work has begun on the new Tricentennial Park, a project by the Land Preservation Society and Tricentennial Committee. Located in front of Norton Middle School, the purpose of the park is to serve as a peaceful place for people to congregate and a memorial to the town’s 300th birthday. “A lot of volunteers have pitched in and helped a lot,” said Kathy Zawasky, co-president of the Norton Land Preservation Society. As a project, the Eagle Scouts helped to dig out a path and will lay out blue stone. Other volunteers have done some weeding and rototilled. The design of the park is by Dana Rappaneau of Olde Thyme Shoppe. “He’s like an artist at work,” Zawasky said. Jay Maloney and Joel Vieira of Signs By Tomorrow stopped by the park Friday …