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Contestants Prepare for 6th Annual “Dancing with the Norwood Stars”

Excitement is mounting among organizers, contestants and residents for the sixth annual Dancing with the Norwood Stars event, scheduled to take place on April 11th at the Four Points by Sheraton, in Norwood.
The event is the biggest of the year for the Norwood Circle of Hope, a foundation that helps raise money for residents who are in financial need, and has sold out yet again this year.

2014 Burning Season

The Norwood Fire Department would like to announce that the 2014 burning season has begun. The fee is FREE. Issuance of permits allow outside burning of brush, cane, driftwood and forestry debris from other than commercial or industrial land clearing operations between January 15 and May 1 under the following conditions:

Garden Club Brings 10 Years of Blooming Art to Norwood.

This is the tenth anniversary of Art in Bloom presented by the Norwood Evening Garden Club. Art in Bloom is a community event that displays artwork generated by high school students coupled with floral interpretations done by members of the garden club.

Citizens of the Month

Congratulations to the February winners of the Dr. Philip O. Coakley Middle School's Citizen of the Month. Citizens of the Month exemplify the school's mission statement and are chosen by teachers and staff. To celebrate their accomplishments, an end of the year breakfast celebration will be held for students and their families.
Grade 8: Kathryn Fitzsimmons, Declan Tolman, Julia Costa
Grade 7: Rachael Ringler, Marissa Jurgelewicz, Vera Sabha
Grade 6: Andrew Flavin, Joey Barry, Marisa Silk
Special Subjects: Isabelle Masse (French)
Principal Ann Mitchell

NORWOOD’S COAKLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS READ WITH THERAPY DOGS ‘ADDIE’ AND ‘BANDIT’ TO EASE LITERACY STRUGGLES,

FEBRUARY28AT10:30A.M.,FOR‘ READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK’-­‐Therapy Dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S.Listen to Children Read, Remove Pressure Creating Fun

Contestants Hold Fundraisers for 6th Annual Dancing with the Norwood Stars

Contestants will be holding fundraisers throughout the month of March in preparation for the 6th Annual Dancing with the Norwood Stars fundraiser, which will be held on Friday, April 11, at the Four Points by Sheraton, on Route 1, in Norwood.
The event will raise money for the Norwood Circle of Hope, which is a local foundation that assists Norwood residents who are in financial need. The organization was established in memory of Michelle Kennedy, a Norwood resident who suffered from leukemia.

Norwood Gymnastics

It hasn’t been the best of years for the Norwood gymnastic team, but the Lady Mustangs, under the guidance of Karen Broderick, are continually striving to work hard while hopefully earning individual records. Norwood has competed with the best of the Bay State League where four of its six meets have been decided by 2/10 of a point or less.

Calling all Chicks with Sticks

Chicks with Sticks is a new fundraiser for the Norwood Farmer's Market (NFM), but Norwood ladies will find the evening not only profitable, but highly entertaining. Teams are now being formed for the round-robin, single elimination floor hockey event, that will be held on Friday, March 14, 6-11 p.m., at the Savage Center. Join as a group of 10-12 or individually and be placed on a team. Cost is $200 per team or $20 per person.

Congratulations to the January winners of Dr. Philip O. Coakley Middle School's Citizen of the Month

Citizens of the Month exemplify the school's mission statement and are chosen by teachers and staff. To
celebrate their accomplishments, an end of the year breakfast celebration will be held for all students and their families.
Grade 8: Pedro Gonzalez, Katelin Hawks, Mia Fanizzi
Grade 7: Andrea Stebbins, Mary Panetta, Abdallah Khalil
Grade 6: Noelle Connelly, Amanda Flahive, Jake Mannering
Special Subjects: Christina Adamidis- Spanish
Principal Ann Mitchell

Norwood High School Hockey Captains Lead Their Team

Jack Sheehan and John Galvin played on the same line last winter for the Norwood Hockey Team leading the Mustangs to a 13-5-2 record and a spot in the Division 1 South Hockey Tournament. Unfortunately, Norwood eventually fell 5-4 to Hingham in the Quarter Finals.

With the graduation of Tyler Gover, there was an opening on the first line–now enter Mark Powers. Despite being another winger, Coach Bill Clifford allowed Powers to give it a go, moving Sheehan into the center position.