Beat the recession - eat pizza! Click on the picture to read about the Harrison Block.

   Foggy moring at the park - June 2.

   The Statue of Hope. Click on the picture for more.

   Memorial day wreath at the Griffin-Dennett Apartments. Click on the picture to read about Richard Griffin.
Click here to read about Mort Dennett.

   The newly completed police memorial beside the Hopedale Police Station. The message on the stone reads "The memorial is dedicated to those who have served on the Hopedale Police Department."

   Hopedale High School graduation at the Community House - June 5. Click on the picture for more.

   Guests at birthday party for Jeanne Kinney, owner of the
Adin Ballou house and founder of the Friends of Adin Ballou. Jeanne didn't divulge her age, but said the digits add up to 10.  37? 91? Probably somewhere in between.

   Apples in bags. No need to wait until fall for that.

   Is she a stray? Seems to be. If you know who her owner is,
email me and maybe we can get her back home again.

   Three houses - five flags - Seven Sisters - Freedom Street.

   Hopedale Pond - birds on a rock.

   The 15th was a nice night, so I took my kayak back to the pond again. Route 140 is just beyond the trees in the picture.

   And here's another regular visitor to our back door. She appears to be a stray. Let me know if you recognize her. Maybe I should start a page for lost and found pets.

   June 21 - Bird lands on chimney top to announce first day of summer.

   Hopedale Pond - June 21. It's starting to get tough to paddle there.

   Hopedale Pond - the island near Lake Street. It's getting a bit low. Control of the dam at Freedom Street belongs to
First American Realty Trust. Click on the picture for more.

   G&U pickup on the tracks near the Parklands Freedom Street entrance - June 26.

   Part of the
G&U Railroad project, looking north from Mendon Street. - June 27.

Hopedale in June 2010

                                    June 1 Hopedale story -
The Town Park  

                         June 15 Hopedale story -
Northrop, Kellogg and Barney  

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