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poster for the high school play: Merrily we Roll Along
Jennifer Caufield

December 1 @ 6:30

December 2 @ 2:00 & 6:30

The HWRHS Theatre Department will be performing Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical Merrily We Roll Along, on December 1 @ 6:30 pm and December 2 @ 2:00 and 6:30 pm, in the Ferrini Dramatics Center (775 Bay Rd. South Hamilton, MA).  Come out and support our large team of cast and crew, which includes:

Tickets will be available @ the door ($8 for Seniors/Active Military/Veterans, $10 for Students/Faculty/Alum & $15 for Community).

Run time- approx. 2 hours 15 minutes, with one 20-minute intermission

Cast members:

Quintin Appel
Jake Bassinger
Sofia Brown
Maddie Carey
Cory Colman
Annabella Connell
Sophia Filipov
Jake Flynn
Savannah Gauron
Liam Geaney
John Jones
Myla O'Neill
Caroline Monahan
Lana-Elise Randazzo
Chloe Sacco
Maya Wakeham
Catherine Walsh

Crew members:

Davis Angelli-Nichols
Gillian Begin
Aaron Brown
Adison Caufield
Nicholas DaSilva
Red Herzog
Megan Logemann
Mallory Manganaro
Claire Payne
Niki Pillai
Meyer Scholnick
Ian Swanson
Nat Tangney
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HW School Committee Vacancy
Jennifer Caufield

The Hamilton-Wenham Regional School Committee is currently seeking applicants to fill a vacant seat on the School Committee. 

Interested candidates must be a resident of Hamilton and should send a letter of interest with a resume to the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District by Monday, December 4, 2023, to The School Committee and the Hamilton Select Board will meet jointly on December 6, 2023, at the School Committee meeting to interview applicants and vote to fill the vacancy. This appointment will fill the remaining portion of the previously elected member’s term which concludes on April 11, 2024. If the candidate wishes to stay on the committee for the remaining two (2) years of this term, they may follow the procedures to be elected at the April 11th Annual Town Meeting Election.

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Congratulations to the Boys & Girls Cross Country Teams!
Jennifer Caufield

HW Boys and Girls Cross Country have earned the right to be called Division III-B Champions this weekend at Northfield Mountain.  The Girls' team finished the race by going 1-2-3 and Grace Rich won the race outright.  Not to be outdone, the Boys placed four runners in the top 15 to seal their first division title since 2014 (when, ironically, both Boys and Girls won the Division Championship in the same year). Both teams will compete in the All-State Championships on Saturday, November 18th at Fort Devens at 11:00 AM.

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HWRSD Spartan Race Team
Jennifer Caufield

Congratulations to our five HWRSD faculty & staff who ran in the Spartan Race at Fenway this past weekend: Tom Geary, Kathy Mikulski, Chontelle Clark, Jennifer Sperry, and David Veling. This year, Fenway is part of the Spartan Honor Series schedule. Individuals will race “alongside military heroes who overcome obstacles every day in an effort to serve and protect our country.” #generalspride

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photo of the dishes on a Thanksgiving table
Jennifer Caufield

Acord Food Pantry could use some help from our HW community to support our neighbors experiencing food insecurity. We are in need of "Fixins' Bags" and gift cards to help our clients have a nice Thanksgiving dinner with their families. Please consider making a donation. Drop off times are 11/14 from 9 am - 12 pm and 11/15 from 4 pm - 7 pm. Thank you for helping Acord to help our wonderful community! 

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MA Behavioral Health line
Jennifer Caufield

High-quality mental health and substance use care is critical, and Massachusetts has just made it more accessible than ever before. This January, Massachusetts launched its new Behavioral Health Help Line and established 25 Community Behavioral Health Centers, which together form a new “front door” to mental health and substance use care. Now, with one phone call or text, you can get connected to the mental health and substance use services you need, when and where you need them.

Click here or read on to learn more about the new programs.

Massachusetts Behavioral Health Help Line

Massachusetts' new Behavioral Health Help Line (BHHL) went live on January 3, 2023, offering direct connection to mental health and substance use care for anyone in the Commonwealth – no insurance needed. Available 24/7, in more than 200 languages, the BHHL is a phone, text, and online chat line whose clinically trained staffed will work with you to determine the care that best fits your needs and directly connect you to treatment, including outpatient, urgent care, and immediate crisis care.  Click here to learn more about the Help Line.

If you’re interested in getting mental health or substance use help, but not sure where to start:

Call or text the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Help Line at 833-773-2445 or chat online at

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