Brimmer and May Class of 2020 Car Parade this Friday

Neighbors, please be aware of this upcoming event:

Date: 5/29/20

Time: 1pm-2pm

Brimmer and May Faculty/Staff will arrive between 12:30pm-12:45pm to line up at marked socially distant intervals for a Class of 2020 Car Parade. Brimmer employees will cheer on members of the Class of 2020 as the students and their families drive through the school’s parking lot and down Middlesex Road.

All employees are required to wear masks while attending the parade.

Cars will pull into the large Brimmer and May parking lot from the direction of Heath St. They will circle around the lot and then turn left onto Middlesex Road. Cars will pull into 69 Middlesex Road where students will receive their diplomas without physical contact. Additionally, a photographer will take a picture of students with their diplomas. Cars will exit by taking a right onto Middlesex Road.

Brimmer employees will only stand on sidewalks that are adjacent to Brimmer. The School will also be directing traffic on Middlesex and along the car route in order to ensure the safety of cars and flow of cars down the street.

Neighborhood meeting October 24

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING WITH MAYOR FULLER
Thursday, October 24th at 6:00 PM
Church of the Redeemer
379 Hammond St, Newton, MA

 

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Save to Date for Houghton Garden Clean up!

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Clean up and cook out.

Houghton Garden

So much fun!

So, save the date.

Details coming March 2019

Come join the Post Office clean up!

Please join friends and neighbors in keeping our neighborhood beautiful. Meet at the Chestnut Hill Post Office with your gardening gloves on and garden tools handy.

Friday, September 21, 8:30-10:30

Friday, October 19. 8:30-10:30

Extra! Extra! The CHA spring 2018 newsletter is here!

Our latest newsletter is jam-packed with news and local information.

Read it here first, or wait for your copy to arrive in the mail. Click on the blue link, or on the newsletter below to enlarge.

CHA Spring Newsletter 2018

 

Webster Woods Advisory Panel

Mayor Fuller has announced the formation of a Webster Woods Advisory Panel to offer guidance on how best to preserve this important community resource. The Mayor has appointed Beth Wilkinson of the Newton Conservators to serve as Chair of the Advisory Panel. Ms. Wilkinson will chair both the Panel’s Executive Committee and the larger Advisory Panel’s membership. All Newton residents interested in serving on the Advisory Panel are invited to complete an online application (a Survey Monkey form) by using the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YR5WGXY. Applications must be completed on or before February 9, 2018, to be considered. Applicants should be willing to commit to monthly meetings throughout 2018.