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A Plethora of Winter Season All Stars

I am solidly in favor of a new high school in Saugus. The current building is over 50 years old and in very bad shape. If you follow the messages of the School Committee, the selectmen, and the town manager, they all favor a new building. The students and young families deserve better than the current school. We have great teachers and administration, but the building detracts from their capabilities to provide the very best education for their students.alt

The Winter Sports All Stars for the North Shore were named this week. Joe Bertrand was chosen Outstanding Player of the Year for his basketball expertise. Joe averaged 26 points, 14 rebounds and five assists this past season, accumulating 1,141 points during his career at SHS. Along with his other achievements, Joe is a National Honor Society Student.

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Memorial Day Parade to be one of Saugus’ Largest

Memorial Day will be celebrated on Saturday, May 24 at 9:00 a.m. with one of our largest parades ever. Memorial Day is a day of remembering those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.

Our Grand Marshal, Captain Thomas J. Hudner, Jr., USN (Ret), Medal of Honor recipient, Korea, will lead the parade. We are honored to have him with us.

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Saugus Sachems Sports Shorts

Track

The Saugus High Sachems boys’ and girls’ track teams each took home wins: The boys won 73-61 and the girls, 103.5-37.5. The boys’ meet was very close, but the Sachems took nine first place finishes.

Double winners Alex Kotkowski, and Ryan Clarke led the way for Saugus. Kotkowski took the 400-meter low hurdles (1:04) and 110 hurdles (18.1). Clarke took the 200 (24.0) and long jump (18-7). Other first place finishers for the Sachems were Evan Covell, mile (5:00); Nick Dessalines, 400 (56.8); Andre Ipojuca, 800 (2:17); Brian Nelson, discus (95-1); and Angelo Bellia, triple jump (38-10). The Sachem boys recorded their first win of the season (1-4).

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Easter Sunday Breakfast at First Congregational this Sunday

The First Congregational Church in Saugus Center will hold its Annual Easter Sunday Breakfast this Sunday, April 20 from 6:30 to 9am. The menu includes: scrambled eggs, sausages, home fries, homemade baked beans, French toast, assorted pastries, coffee and juice. The cost for this full breakfast is a $6.00 donation. Those attending the Easter Sunrise Service in front of the Saugus Town Hall and anyone interested in a time of delicious eating and fellowship are encouraged to attend. Tickets will be available at the door.

 

   

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