Daily Buzz | Varsity Girls Take Home Soccer Night Victory
And, Select Board to hold marathon strategic planning session
I have to conserve my energy for a busy day ahead, so this one is short and sweet. Don’t forget to register for the Flu Clinic and make plans to vote. Early in-person voting opens Saturday and continues through November 4. If you have a mail-in ballot, you can send it in now! And if you don’t yet have one, but want one, you can still request one until November 1.
Today in Burlington
Meetings and Events
5:00-9:00 PM - Select Board Strategic Planning Session. They’ll discuss water fines, Route 3A, a government review, and more. This meeting will not have virtual access.
6:00 PM - Planning Board - DEI Training. The Planning Board and the DEI Committee will meet for a training on how the Planning Board can best ensure equity and inclusion for all members of our diverse community are considered throughout their work.
7:00 PM - Planning Board continues discussing rules and regulations, including another look at Town Center Multifamily zoning. (Join online)
Sports and Activities
Scout Troop 105 is looking for Kindergarteners to join their Lions 🦁 program! If your kiddo is interested, please email them!
Soccer Night was fun and well-attended last night! The Varsity girls shut out Melrose 3-0 thanks to goals from Google and CJ, but unfortunately the boys lost 5-0. JV girls suffered a close 3-2 loss.
Volleyball had a great night, sweeping Stoneham 2-1 (Freshmen), 2-0 (JV), and 3-0 (Varsity).
The Volleyball team is at it again at home today, with JV playing at 4:00, Freshmen at 4:15, and Varsity at 5:30 against Watertown.
Field Hockey plays Wakefield at home, with Varsity playing at 4 and JV at 5:30.
In soccer, freshman boys play Wakefield at home, starting at 4:15.
I forgot to mention yesterday that the MSMS Junior Devils varsity football team had a game against Woburn; JV plays tonight in Concord.
That’s it for today. Be on the lookout tomorrow for the free versions of both the pro- and anti-CPA podcasts.
Have a great day!
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