Lane School Field Day, 2018

Submitted by Rob Ackerman and Lane School

The 2018 Lane School Field Day, captured on video by former Lane School student Rob Ackerman

Musical Theater Cabaret Caps the BHS Theater Department’s Year

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Editor’s Note: Many of the performers will be at Berklee Performance Center in Boston on Saturday night, June 23, to learn the outcome of the 2018 MET awards presented by the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild. Both of Bedford’s 2019 musicals, Seussical and Honk, Jr. were nominated for a record number of awards.

The Bedford High School Theater Department students presented their annual year-end Musical Theater Cabaret on Saturday evening. Performing songs from Broadway musicals as diverse as Hamilton and The Little Mermaid, students also shared original compositions and a song by Bob Marley.

Bedford Black, a U-15 Babe Ruth Travel Team, Wins MSBL Intermediate Division Championship

Special to The Bedford Citizen

On June 19, the Bedford Black under-15 Babe Ruth travel team put the exclamation point on their spring baseball season with a hard-fought 10-3 victory over the Winchester Royals at Arlington High School, winning the MSBL Intermediate division championship and finishing the year with a 13-1 record.

Bedford Black swept through a 10-game regular season schedule unscathed against teams from Winchester, Belmont, and Lexington, while splitting two games with cross-town rivals Bedford Blue. The two Bedford teams, who were the class of the league all season (Blue was 10-1-1 and Black was 10-1 entering their final game) played a winner-take-all game on June 6 to determine which team would represent Bedford in the playoffs, with Bedford Black grabbing a tough win and advancing to the postseason.

31st All Night Graduation Party Welcomed 182 Guests

By Dawn Kociubes and Kerry Rackey

Wynter Cornely and Dishawn Smith had fun with the photo booth

On the night of Bedford High School Graduation, June 7th, 2018, the All Night Graduation Committee welcomed 182 Bedford graduating seniors to the 31st annual All Night Graduation Party. This long-standing Bedford tradition offers a safe and substance-free event on the night of graduation. The seniors arrive at 10:30 pm and stay in a completely transformed Bedford High School until 5:30 am. They are thoroughly entertained throughout the evening with a slew of performers and fun activities. These activities and performers are some of the best-kept secrets in Bedford allowing each graduating class to newly experience it.

Musical Theater Cabaret ~ at BHS on Saturday, June 16 at 7 pm

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Bedford High School’s Performing Arts Department presents a Musical Theater Cabaret on Saturday, June 16th at 7 pm in the Bedford High School auditorium.

It’s time to celebrate the achievements and accolades that cast, crew, pit, and staff of Seussical have earned through the Theater at the Mount TAMY Awards and the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild’s MET Awards. (Click this link to learn more.)

BHS Baseball Beat Wilmington 3-2 in Playoffs’ First Round ~ THEN ~ Round Two, Tonight at 6 pm in Melrose

By Jeff JHO Hoyland

These were two evenly matched teams and the first six inning provided a 1-1 tie going into the final inning. It was at this point that all kinds of thought go threw your head about not being the one to blow the game for the team. And Bedford blinked first in the top of the 7th, when a bloop popup in short center ended up with Bucs colliding and the ball falling to the ground. Wilmington ended up scoring on a hard shot to right field, before Bedford calmed down and got three outs.

Then it was time for the Bedford seniors to show their mettle.

BHS Graduation: The Class of 2018

By Julie McCay Turner

Bedford High School Principal Heather Galante and Superintendent Jon Sills struck similar notes as commencement exercises for the Class of 2018, Bedford’s 61st ceremony, began at the Tsongas Center at the University of Lowell on Thursday evening, June 7.

LIVESTREAM BHS Graduation Tonight ~ Wherever You Are ~ Thanks to Bedford TV!

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Thanks to Bedford TV, tonight’s Bedford High School Graduation ceremonies will be live-streamed from the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, beginning at 6 pm with the ceremony itself beginning at 6:15 pm on Thursday, June 7, 2018

Share this link with family and friends who can’t make it to Lowell for the ceremonies – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omqUEByP9HE

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