Daily Buzz | How Did Lahey Grow into the Level 1 Trauma Center It Is Today?
Find out at tonight's talk by author Alan R. Earls
Good morning, Burlington!
This evening, the Historical Society will be hosting author Alan R. Earls, who will tell the story of how Lahey Clinic began. A century ago, a young surgeon and WWI veteran, Frank Lahey, founded the first Lahey Clinic in Boston, and the network grew to include several small clinics around the area. Later, led by Dr. Robert Wise, and in the face of considerable opposition, Lahey consolidated its scattered facilities into one large one here in Burlington. Since then, Lahey has just kept growing, merging with Beth Israel and becoming a Level One Trauma Center in 2019.
Doors open at 6:30 and the program begins at 7:00, at 61 Center Street. As always, all are welcome. The building is handicap accessible and there is no admission fee.
In partnership with Kadilak Realty Group
Thinking about buying your first home? Join us on Tuesday, 3/14, from 7-8pm for this free Home Buying Seminar, where you’ll get your questions answered about the steps in the buying process, financial considerations, timing, and more. Get your free ticket here or by clicking on the image.
Today in Burlington
Meetings and Events
9:00 AM - “The Course Selection Process” 12th Grade Parents’ Breakfast at BHS
9:00 AM - Ways and Means Committee - DPW/Rec Subcommittee at Human Services Building (61 Center Street); they’ll discuss the proposed FY24 budget for these two departments and any other budget item they expect to come up at May’s annual budgeting Town Meeting.
10:30 AM - Creation Station: Pet Rocks (Library event - REGISTRATION FULL)
6:30 PM - Planning Board at Town Hall and online; see graphic below for topics that will be discussed
7:00 PM - Historical Commission talk by author Alan R. Earls about the founding and evolution of the Lahey Clinic at 61 Center Street. This is a free program and doors open at 6:30.
Sports and Activities
Lots of spring sports candidates’ meetings after school today!
Basketball: Girls travel to Newburyport for a 6:00 game this evening, the second in the league tournament. Boys play their first tourney game tomorrow at 6:00 in Canton.
Hockey: Girls won their preliminary tournament match 4-2 last night against a combined Abington-Norwell team. Their next game will be in Winchester on Saturday at noon.
Good luck, Devils! See everyone tomorrow!
Unfortunately not all people can afford to upgrade to paid so please do not send news that is only available to paid subscribers. It is a tease to say this is news but only if you pay.