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WYBSA Celebrates 60 Years; Helps a Friend

Wrentham Youth Baseball and Softball Association will celebrate is 60th year and officially kicks off the season in style on Saturday at 10 a.m. As in past seasons, WYBSA will hold a parade with most of its 500 players marching from the center of town, down South St, over to Randall Rd, and ending at Sweatt Fields for a historic Opening Day ceremony. The day won't just mark six decades of ball, but it will once again serve as an opportunity to gather as a community and raise money for the Gemelli Family Fund setup to help Tim Gemelli, an...
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Famed Autoharpists to Visit Wrentham

Adam Miller, an internationally known autoharpists, folksinger, and storyteller will perform at Fiske Public Library, 110 Randal Rd., on May 6, at 7 p.m. Miller, known for interactive singing along shows that feature his baritone voice sung over his "lively finger-picking acoustic guitar and stunningly beautiful autoharp melodies." The evening will include American folktales and folksongs. To signup visit the Circulation Desk at Fiske Public Library. The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Fiske. (Photo by Sonia Lovewell)
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Vernal Pool Day at Wrentham State Forest

On Saturday, April 25, at 1 p.m. the public is invited to participate in the certification of local vernal pools. Vernal pools are specialized habitats required by certain species such as marbled salamanders and wood frogs, which need to hatch in an aquatic environment that is free of predatory fish. Vernal pools are only filled with water during part of the year, which keeps fish from living there. Because this habitat is vital to a number of species, vernal pools receive special protection under wetlands regulations. The group will meet will at the Taunton St. parking area on the West...
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