Manchester by the Sea’s 375th Celebration Committee recently auctioned off authentic town street signs with all proceeds going to installing dedicated trees and plantings in honor of the town’s anniversary. And to ensure that this mission is well stewarded, the committee has happily endowed the Friends of Manchester Trees with this responsibility.
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As I reflect on living through the COVID-19 pandemic during these past months that have been so challenging for everyone, I’ve thought about the many blessings our special community has offered during this time. Here are three of them.
Committee Co-Chairs Sue Thorne and Tom Kehoe have been working with a team of 25 residents to coordinate a series of events throughout the year. Thanks to the hard work of the 375th Celebration Committee, each month will bring new events and a reason to gather together as a community.
There has been a lot of planning for Manchester’s 375th anniversary next year, and after more than a year, the 375th Celebration Committee has settled on a comprehensive year-long calendar of activities that will give residents anything they could ask for when it comes to marking the milestone, from little things to formal, town-wide celebrations.
Manchester-Essex Regional High School student Isabel Lundstrom is on summer break, looking to return to school in the fall as a sophomore. But this Monday, she presented to the Manchester Board of Selectman (BOS) a winning design for a project she completed last spring as a freshman.