WEB Girls Hockey
WB, EB & Southeastern Regional Cooperative High School Team
Wild Vikings, GO!!!

WEB Girls vs St Joseph's Prep
Video Courtesy of WB Community Access TV
WEB Girls Hockey, Going Strong!

Rachel Smith from West Bridgewater. “...went to the principal with two other girls from West Bridgewater,” back in 2018. And Brooke Lydon from East Bridgewater. said : “At first we didn’t think we’d have enough players so we combined with West Bridgewater,” This year they combined with Southeastern Regional Vocational High to put on the ice a 22 player formidable team. Their season goes until the end of February.
Check out WEB Girls Hockey senior night Jan 19th at the Bridgewater Ice Rink 8:10p.

Photo Credits: Christine Green Powers. & Rebecca McPhee LeBaron
Businesses: Ready to move positively forward?
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Historical Tidbit: EB's Train Station
In 1914, East Bridgewater's Train Station was located conveniently near the center of town on N. Central St., where Batti's Automotive is now. 

Trains could take a person as close as Whitman or Brockton or all the way into Boston.
Photo Source & Story Credit: Margaret Alexander
For more EB history from Margaret, check out this EB-Cam Historical Commission video from 2005.
Town Hall
175 Central St

E. Bridgewater Public Library
32 Union St 508-378-1616

Council on Aging 
355 Plymouth St 508-378-1610
Email & phone contact only

Food Pantries
Union Congregational Church
105 Pleasant St
2nd Wednesday from 12:30 - 2p
& last Saturday from 9:30 - 11a
Pre-Packed bags for pick up only.

St Vincent dePaul Food Pantry
St. John's Catholic Church
210 Center St, EB
(508) 378-3760
Pre-packed bags for pick up only
Tina Anthony
you won a 45 minute Reiki Treatment with
Jacquelyn Rose

Bee sure to play our Historical Tidbit Trivia Game at the bottom of this newsletter.

Enter for this week's prize of a
free 1.5 hour class at
Used Clean Blanket & Sock Drive For the Homeless

Winter is here! Your extra blankets & socks could be keeping someone warm & dry. Union Congregational Church is collecting used clean blankets & socks this week to bring to the Homeless Improvement Project &
Clean out your closets, and drop them:
Thursday, January 13, 5 - 7p
Saturday, January 15, 10a - noon or
Sunday, January 16, 9a - noon
(we'll be having service 10 -11a, they can be dropped inside the back door during that time)
Union Congregational Church
105 Pleasant St.
Thanks, Lu Post & Jacquie Rose
All Ages Take & Make
Monday, January 10th
*Pick up a bag with all the materials you will need to complete your little art project at the EBPL.
*Return your finished artwork by February 1st!
*We will display all of the art at the library February 14th - 26th and have patrons vote on their favorites. *Prizes will be awarded in 3 different age categories!
Jennifer Finn 508-378-1616 x1302
Story Time To Go with EB Public Library
Bag pickup January 10 - 19

Register on the library's website for a story time bag with different books and activities related to this month's theme: Fun in the Snow!

No heavy lifting for you - the kits will include at least 5 books to share together, related rhymes to use, a song or two, a simple craft with things you have around the house and more.

There are a limited amount of story time bags each time. Please register here and be sure to tell us how old your child is. Handpicked books, geared for birth - age 5.
Learn about the Taunton River Watershed
East Bridgewater is one of 43 cities and towns which are included in the Taunton River Watershed. This includes rivers that feed into it. Tributaries like the Satucket and the Matfield Rivers. This river system also includes many smaller streams and “headwaters” – the most upstream areas, often wetlands and springs where rivers originate. The Taunton River Watershed Alliance (TRWA) has been a voice for the Taunton River and its watershed since 1988.

They are an Alliance of concerned residents, businesses and organizations united to restore and properly manage the water and natural resources within the Watershed. They advocate for environmental protection, sustainable development and responsible stewardship of our precious and irreplaceable water resources.

The TRWA mission is:
*To protect and restore the Watershed’s natural resources for current and future generations.
*To build and support responsible stewardship of our fragile ecosystems, water quality, forests, farmland and wetlands.
*To be an integral resource for environmental education that is so crucial to the continued health and enjoyment of the Watershed’s waterways, woodlands, meadows, marshes, wildlife and open spaces.
*To be a voice for threatened land and water resources.

If you would like to participate in achieving the mission, you can support by becoming a corporate sponsor, an activity sponsor, a member or volunteer. Whether you can give time or money your help would be greatly appreciated.
MT Elite Spring Youth 2022 Tryouts
January 9 - February 20

Register and join the 300+ players who have already registered for Spring Ducks Tryouts! Registration is $25 per player and girls and boys from grades 3 - 12 are welcome.

For entire tryout schedule and registration link, visit their website.

Questions? Contact: MTEDFamily@gmail.com
 General Quarters! Monthly Roundtable Discussion
Wed, January 12th
EB Council on Aging

This month, General Quarters will present George Luz Jr. who will speak about the experiences of his father, George Luz Sr., who was a member of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment Company E of the famed 101st Airborne "Band of Brothers"!

George Luz Sr. was prominently featured in both the book and HBO Series "Band of Brothers."

All are invited!

Please call the COA to sign up at 508-378-1610.
Keep your feathered friends well fed this winter. We have a large selection of feeders and seeds!

1000 Plymouth St (Rt 104) • Bridgewater • (508) 697-0357
EBHS Girls Vikings Varsity Basketball - VS NHS Clippers...

EB High School Girls Varsity Vikings Basketball VS Norwell High School Clippers 12-21-21.

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Free Boosters: Osco Pharmacy will be at the Center at Sachem Rock, 355 Plymouth Street, East Bridgewater, to host a COVID-19 Booster Clinic on Thursday, January 13, 10a - 2p. Both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will be available for any EB resident. Follow the link to schedule an appointment. If you need assistance please call the Board of Health at 508-378-1612 or the Council on Aging at 508-378-1610. mhealthsystem.com/EastBridgewaterBoosters
Thank You from EB HUGS
That's a wrap on another great season of EB HUGS community Christmas program.
12 years and counting...Gifts have been delivered/picked up and 104 families have been helped to have a happy holiday this year.
I am so truly blessed to have amazing friends and volunteers, local businesses and town groups and organizations who support us, and help me to make this happen every year.
The thank you list is long, but it will be posted after the holidays. Just know that if you contributed in any way, I appreciate you.
I couldn't do it without you all.
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy new year! ~ Theresa McNulty
Support The Brockton Library Foundation!

  • Literacy + Empowerment = Dreams Come True
  • Diverse Artistic Creative Expression
  • ESL & Nationalization Support
  • Increased Access to Technology & STEAM Programs 
  • Local Living History Displays & Presentations
  • Meeting spaces & community building

Brockton Public Library is making all this happen & more,
close to home! 
cup of coffee
Friday, January 15th
Grab a cup of coffee, log on to Zoom and join Emily Williams, Bridgewater Director, Nancy Hill,
East Bridgewater Director and Marilyn Mathers,
West Bridgewater Director for coffee and conversation!
Meeting ID: 995 9607 7695
Passcode: 121179
Call-In: 13017158592
East Bridgewater Food Pantry Distribution
Wed, January 12th
12:30 - 2p
Union Congregational Church,
105 Pleasant St.
If you are in need, please come to the left parking lot of the church and line up with the cars. Each vehicle, in turn, will receive a pre-packed food order, free of charge.

If you are interested in helping bag orders in advance or on the distribution days, contact Emily or Dawn at ebfoodpantry@yahoo.com.
BSU 2022 MLK Virtual Series

Join us for a series of events to inspire service and provide education on issues of social justice to build on the legacy of MLK. January 17 - 27, 2022

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Good Day Metro South
Friday, Jan 28th
11:45a - 1:30p
Martin Institute at Stonehill College
320 Washington St, North Easton

The guest speaker for this event is President & CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, Kenneth Turner.

Questions? Contact Cathryn Schofield cschofield@metrosouthchamber.com or call (508) 586-0500 x 231 for assistance.
Mold Guys Restoration
Mold Guys Restoration services both residential and commercial buildings. If you ever need mold remediation services, water damage repair, air duct cleaning etc., contact Mold Guys today!

(781) 910-5029
Earn while Doing Good

Friendly and organized people are needed explain Buzz Around products. *Work 25 - 40 hours per week*Make your own hours & create your own schedule

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The Anne Kenneally Hynes Memorial Scholarship Fund Cash Calendar
The deadline to purchase a calendar is Saturday, January 22, 2022, and the first drawing will take place on Tuesday, February 1.

$20/ calendar
28 chances to win!
Only 250 calendars will be sold.

All calendar purchases fund the Anne Kenneally Hynes Memorial Scholarship. After you submit the order form (link below) and receipt of your payment is confirmed, we will either email you a digital copy or mail you a hard copy of your Cash Calendar, depending on your preference. If you have any questions, please contact info@AnneHynesScholarship.org and type "Cash Calendar" in the subject line.

Link to order form: www.annehynesscholarship.org
East Bridgewater Board of
Selectmen's Meeting
December 20, 2021

Video Courtesy of EBCAM
Gordon Mitchell Middle School Music Dept Presents The 3rd & 4th Grade Winter Concert
From Dec 21, 2021
Video Courtesy of EBCAM

Have fun with us and bee entered to win a:
free 1.5 hour class at

Historical Tidbit Question:
Who wrote the EB train station history ?

Email us your answer at: 

Please include your name, phone number with your answer.

By entering, you give us permission to print your name in next week's Buzz Around.
On January 12, 2022 before 2p, we will randomly pick a winner from the correct answers.
The Buzz Around is brought to you this week by: Jen Bellody, Amanda Guindon, Mohamed (Moe) Ibrahim, Michelle Montella, Janice O'Brien, Jacquelyn Rose & Greg Venezia
New Horizons, New Opportunities:
Earth friendly lifestyle changes are here; bringing about new industries and ways of living that don't harm the planet.
For energy sourcing, offshore floating wind farms are further out in the ocean, less in the way and more productive: As reported by John Upton of Climate Central and Clarisa Diaz of Quartz: Wind farming is "bringing job training for a growing army of maintenance workers known as wind energy technicians. The skills are being taught by hundreds of community colleges and other training institutions nationwide." Offshore wind farming has been booming in Europe for decades and more recently across parts of Asia. "... oceans are reliably blustery places. Calculations by the nonprofit Environment America indicate that offshore wind farms could provide almost all of the power Americans need by 2050. That means keeping the lights, heaters, and air conditioners on and fueling a nation’s worth of electrified cars, trucks, and transit systems, all from coastal wind farms."

And speaking of farms... this week I learned about how Kelp farming helps the environment, takes minimal start up costs and is perfect for those of us who aren't made for the office lifestyle.
Looking forward folks: imagination, innovation & change. It's exciting. ~ Jacquie
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