Submitted by the Bedford Arbor Resources Committee
Bedford’s Arbor Resources Committee (BARC) will hold a required Town Tree Meeting beginning shortly after 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall’s Reed Room (aka the Multipurpose Room) to discuss the John Glenn Middle School building plan and receive resident input.
Submitted by the John Glenn Middle School
The John Glenn Middle School has released its Honor Roll for the final quarter of the 2018-2019 school year.
By Julie McCay Turner
More than 200 parents, coaches, colleagues, and young people streamed onto Sabourin Field on Saturday afternoon to celebrate National Camera Day and honor Bedford photographer Jeff JHO Hoyland. If you’ve ever read any of the sports stories in The Bedford Citizen, you’ve seen Jeff’s work, or perhaps you watch Bedford Snapshots on Facebook where everything is collected in albums by topic and by season.
High School or Home-School Students ~ Earn College Credit Through Middlesex CC Dual Enrollment Academy
Submitted by Middlesex Community College
Middlesex CC to Host Dual Enrollment Orientation Sessions
This summer, Middlesex Community College will host several orientation sessions for the Middlesex Dual Enrollment Academy, which allows qualified high school and home-schooled students to earn college credit while satisfying their high school graduation requirements.
Submitted by Alyssa Sandoval, Economic Development Director
The images on the utility box reference both the nearby garden maintained by the Bedford Garden Club and the bicyclists who frequent the area at the end of the Minuteman Bikeway – Courtesy image (c) Sean Hagan, 2019 all rights reserved – Click to view a larger image
Bedford’s newest public art project uses a standard utility box located on South Road near Railroad Avenue in the Depot Area as a “canvas” for a community art project. This project is supported in part by a grant from the Bedford Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
By Dawn Kociubes and Kerry Rackey
On the night of Bedford High School Graduation, June 6th, 2019, the All Night Graduation Committee welcomed 159 Bedford graduating seniors to the 32nd 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 variety of food and a constant stream of fun activities. The activities, entertainment options, and performers are some of the best-kept secrets in Bedford, allowing each and every graduating class to experience it anew.
Special from The Cambridge School of Weston
The weather was pleasant and sunny and the mood joyful and proud as students, faculty, staff, alumni/ae, family, and friends came together under the tent to celebrate as a community on June 7 for the 133rd commencement exercises at The Cambridge School of Weston. Bedford residents in the CSW Class of 2019 included Sabrina Alper and Sophia Clouse.
By Nancy Asbedian
Bedford representative to the Shawsheen Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School Committee
On Thursday, June 6, Bedford residents Antonio Attardo and Mia Smith celebrated with more than 300 fellow classmates who graduated from Shawsheen Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School.
Thanks to Andrew Pigeon, Director of Community Services & Post-Secondary Programs, we are pleased to share this information about Mia and Antonio.