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Maryanne Haggerty of Bondsville says the Yellow House Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market provides good foot traffic for her handmade clothes. Turley Publications staff photo by Douglas Farmer
Those in need within the Springfield community had a chance to come to the Street Store coordinated by the Monson Girl Scouts and choose from donated clothing to keep free of charge. Turley Publications submitted...
(From left) Tyler Allen, David Burns, Jeremy Haley, Brian McNally and Jared Haley have a friendly competition during the Palmer Police Association Golf Tournament held at Mill Valley Links in Belchertown. Turley Publications staff photo by...
Jacob Fernandes has his poster signed by Doug “Danger” Senecal following a public demonstration in Brimfield. Turley Publications staff photo by Wyatt Aloisio
The Monson Summerfest fireworks light up the sky over Quarry Hill Community School on Saturday, June 27. Turley Publications staff photo by Wyatt Aloisio
MONSON — The inclement weather did not deter hundreds of attendees from partaking of the festivities last Saturday at Quarry Hill Community School, when the Summerfest fireworks lit up the sky over the field where games were played all evening. The fireworks are traditionally launched the Saturday prior to July 4, when thousands flood downtown Monson to celebrate both community organizations and the nation’s independence.
And members of the Monson Summerfest Committee have said that they have done their best to bring another top-notch event to town this coming Saturday, even as the group faces declining membership. READ MORE
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