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Documentary Film, “Faithkeepers, Be Your Brothers’ Keeper” Monday, June 26 at Temple Ner Tamid

Lappin Foundation invites the community to a free screening of Faithkeepers, Be Your Brothers’ Keeper, Monday, June 26 at 7 pm at Temple Ner Tamid, 368 Lowell Street in Peabody.  In the Middle East, the birthplace of Christianity, Christians and other minorities are being violently persecuted, driven out and wiped out. Even their places of worship are being destroyed.  Faithkeepers, a new documentary, gives a face and voice to the humanitarian crisis and genocide affecting millions in the Middle East as a result of religious and ethnic persecution.  The featured speaker will be Ray Hanna, a Coptic Christian from Egypt, who is president of Christians and Jews United for Israel.

RSVPs requested to Susan Feinstein at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 978-740-4431.  The screening is free and open to all.  Walk-ins are welcome.

The screening is co-sponsored by:  Americans for Peace and Tolerance, Christians and Jews United for Israel, RESPVBLICA, Russian Jewish Community Foundation, Temple Ner Tamid, Temple Sinai, Temple Tiferet Shalom, NSJCC, and JCCNS.

 

Acoustic Archives Concert Series: Alec Hutson at the Peabody Institute Library

The Peabody Institute Library is pleased to announce the next concert in our Acoustic Archives Concert Series, which brings live music to the library’s historic Sutton Room. The series continues with singer/songwriter Alec Hutson on Monday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at the Main Library, which is located at 82 Main St. in Peabody.

A potent mixture of soul, folk and rock, Hutson’s music is set to entrance your mind and move your feet. As a solo artist, he picks and strums beautiful rhythms on guitar and sings soaring indie-folk melodies, all while accompanying himself rhythmically on a suitcase kick drum and foot tambourine. This captivating one-man act performs regularly around the Greater Boston area and beyond.

The Acoustic Archives Concert Series is generously sponsored by the Peabody Institute Library Foundation. For more information and to reserve your seat, please call 978-531-0100 ext. 10, or register online at http://www.peabodylibrary.org.

 

Girls’ lacrosse team rolls to playoff win

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Molly Camelo had a huge day, scoring six times and dishing out five assists to help the Bishop Fenwick girls’ lacrosse team to a 22-7 home rout of Shawsheen on Tuesday in the opening round of the Div. II North playoffs. The sixth-seeded Crusaders improved to 12-7 and traveled to face No. 3 Ipswich in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

On Tuesday, BF stormed out to a commanding 9-1 lead less than 10 minutes into the contest and never looked back against 11th-seeded Shawsheen. Other Crusaders who got into the scoring act on Tuesday were Fran Carpinella with five tallies, Colbi Flickinger with four goals and Maddie Bethune with two goals and four assists.

By Greg Phipps


   

BF Softball team drops two at Corning tourney

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The Bishop Fenwick softball team ended its season with losses to Beverly and Danvers last Saturday in the annual Courtney Corning Tournament at Endicott College. The Crusaders could have qualified for the playoffs by winning both of their games. But they struggled, losing, 16-6, to Beverly in the first round and 13-6 to Danvers in the consolation game.


 

Boys’ lax team defeated in 1st round

The Bishop Fenwick boys’ lacrosse team saw its season end with a 10-3 loss at Newburyport on Tuesday in the first round of the Div. III North playoffs. The Crusaders got two scores from Brian Harrington and single tally from Derek DelVecchio. Goalie Deven Fiandaca played well and kept BF within striking distance for much of the game. Head coach Steve Driscoll also credited the effort of seniors Chris Terry and Matt Gorman.

BF finished the season 10-11.

 

   

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