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Medford Athletes Complete Boston Marathon

Boston Marathon medal

Ayr, Jason M., 27, 2:25:14, 37th
Wright, Aharon N., 29, 2:47:26
Benson, Pat, 29, 2:47:54
Boland, Thomas, 31, 2:49:23
Mass, Eric, 38, 2:49:34
Pulli, Michael, 38, 2:53:47
Colombo, Michael J., 44, 2:56:48
Trnovcova, Zuzana, 28, 2:56:51
Brown, Peter, 27, 3:00:50
Breider, Thomas J., 31, 3:06:34
Novis, Andrew C., 51, 3:12:12
Levine, Annie J., 20, 3:14:15
Boland, Carrie, 32, 3:14:21
Martin, Kristen M., 26, 3:19:45
Lawlor, Brian C., 29, 3:26:00
Ketterer, Brian, 27, 3:26:27
Hincks, Samuel W., 26, 3:29:16
Stoewe, Reinhard B., 56, 3:30:43
Defarias, Lindomar, 35, 3:31:41
Glotzbecker, Melissa M., 32, 3:32:48
Lafleur, Jennifer C., 36, 3:33:10
Oleson, Kurt B., 21, 3:33:18
Hampson, John D., 21, 3:33:59
Coble, Kathryn A., 27, 3:36:18
Armit, Kara, 39, 3:38:25
Williams, Douglas S., 31, 3:40:11
Blanton, Kevin W., 57, 3:41:01
Glabets, Erin, 27, 3:41:25
Galat, Gabrielle W., 22, 3:44:16
Lessard, Joseph, 25, 3:45:43
Oppenheim, Shoshana, 22, 3:46:20
Krzynowek, Lauren K., 31, 3:48:16
Young, Brittany L., 25, 3:50:20
Stowell, Joanna, 29, 3:50:21
Roberts, Timothy M., 31, 3:50:57
Yocis, Brian H., 45, 3:51:14
Orcutt, Ben, 43, 3:52:20
Williamson, Nicole, 28, 3:52:29
Serafin, Karen, 39, 3:53:53
Calvert, Deirdre C., 46, 3:54:18
Horan, Chrissy, 36, 3:58:28
Nisetich, Alexander, 26, 4:00:47
Sullivan, Michael, 43, 4:01:52
Parzich, Kyle J., 22, 4:05:27
Lee, Brenda, 22, 4:10:20
Lera, Piro, 31, 4:12:07
Buldini, Page M., 31, 4:12:09
Iskenderian, Kara, 21, 4:14:51
Cohen, Ilana, 25, 4:17:39
Bodo, Meghan, 21, 4:18:53
Westcott, Mark E., 41, 4:19:12
Pohl, Caitlin, 21, 4:19:53
Conway, Elizabeth, 25, 4:22:19
Varnum, Peter V., 29, 4:23:44
Shagoury, Lyndsey, 28, 4:29:08
Nink, George E., 21, 4:31:59
Orlandino, Lauren, 43, 4:32:56
Qureishi, Zaid R., 21, 4:33:01
Rindone, Joseph J., 31, 4:33:32
Van Leuvan, Peter W., 42, 4:41:26
Scarpelli, Dina M., 42, 4:41:51
Poirier, Jodie C., 36, 4:44:02

– Information from Boston Athletic Association. Courtesy photo.

In Photos: the Opening of the Lady Mustang Softball Season

Ashley Eisnor

Medford junior captain Ashley Eisnor opened up the softball season in amazing fashion with a dominating no-hitter that included fourteen strikeouts and no walks against Greater Boston League arch rival Malden. The Mustangs defeated the Golden Tornadoes, last season’s league co-champ, 9-0, on April 15.

Brianna Napoleone

Senior captain Brianna Napoleone made the defensive play of the game in Medford’s 4-3 win over Revere April 16. She turned her diving stop of a line drive into a double play to help the Mustangs hang onto the victory.

Medford Mustang softball team

Medford defeated Swampscott and Arlington Catholic in the second annual Krystle Campbell softball tournament on April 18 and 19. Eisnor was the tournament MVP.

Campbells and Julia Kearney

The Krystle Campbell softball tournament is held in honor of Campbell and is a fundraiser for a scholarship at MHS in her name. Her parents, Patty and Bill, embraced senior captain Julia Kearney after she made some remarks and was part of a presentation to the Campbells that included signed balls from the girls and photos from a trip to Fenway last year.

Mustang softball team

The Mustang softball team donned special Medford Strong t-shirts for the tournament; they are shown during opening ceremonies.

game ball

The Lady Mustangs signed a game ball for the Campbells.


Carnival Returning to Medford

The carnival returns to Medford this week. The event is taking place from Wednesday, April 22 through Sunday, April 26 in the Medford City Hall parking lot. A special discount is being offered of $25 for unlimited rides during certain times. The carnival opens at 2PM on Wednesday. More details are available on Fiesta Show’s website.


McGillivray Visits MHS, Honors Campbell

Long-time Boston Marathon Race Director and Medford High School graduate Dave McGillivray visited his alma mater on April 15, the second anniversary of the marathon bombings. The 1972 class valedictorian paid tribute to fellow MHS graduate Krystle Campbell, one of the three people killed. In addition to running a successful sports events management company, McGillivray often delivers motivational speeches. He is pictured giving a medal to an MHS tudent who said he was interested in running a marathon; McGillivray noted that the majority of people he has given a medal to have gone on to run marathons. Video of McGillivray’s talk to tenth grade students is currently playing on Medford’s educational access station. Photos by senior Marcus Howard.


Dave McGillivray at MHS


Burke Commits to SNHU

Brianna Burke

Medford High School senior Brianna Burke is heading to Southern New Hampshire University to play lacrosse. Burke signed her national letter of intent in a special ceremony held at MHS last week. She is pictured with her parents, grandmother, and lacrosse coach Matt Galusi.


Legislators Recognized for Passage of “Fresh Air” Bill

Senator Patricia D. Jehlen (D-Somerville) and Representative Denise Provost (D-Somerville) received awards on Wednesday, April 15, for their work to secure passage of H. 3804, An Act regarding to persons receiving services from programs or facilities of the Department of Mental Health. Known as the “Right to Fresh Air” bill, this law provides a sixth “fundamental right” to patients in mental health facilities – daily access to fresh air and the outdoors.

Senator Jehlen and Representative Provost became the chief sponsors of the Fresh Air bill in 2009, and continued to re-file this legislation until it was enacted by the legislature. After a decade of efforts by advocates, the bill was signed into law by Gov. Deval Patrick on January 7th, 2015. This bill requires that the following addition be made to the statutory list of rights available to psychiatric patients:

“The right to reasonable daily access to the outdoors at inpatient facilities consistent with the person’s clinical condition and safety.”

“These fundamental rights exist so that treatment in mental health facilities succeeds in helping patients progress to a state where they are able to go back to their lives and reenter society,” said Senator Jehlen. “Daily access to the outdoors leads to better lives and faster recoveries.”

Representative Provost noted that “access to fresh air and natural light isn’t just a basic human desire. For those suffering from episodes of mental illness, being able to go out into the natural world is demonstrably therapeutic, speeding the return to mental health.”

The original “Five Fundamental Rights” for those who are in Massachusetts Department of Mental Health programs or facilities include:

1) The right to reasonable access to a telephone to make and receive confidential phone calls.
2) The right to send and receive sealed, unopened, uncensored mail.
3) The right to receive visitors of your own choosing, daily and in private, at reasonable times.
4) The right to have a humane psychological and physical environment including privacy and security in resting, sleeping, dressing, bathing, toileting, and personal hygiene, as well as reading and writing.
5) The right to receive or refuse to receive visits and telephone calls from your attorney or legal advocate, physician, psychologist, clergy member or social worker, at any reasonable time.

– Submitted by State Senator Pat Jehlen’s office

Paul Revere Coming to Medford Monday

Medford will hold its annual Patriot’s Day events on Monday to mark the anniversary of the first battles of the American Revolution. The morning always includes a visit from Paul Revere, who rides through Medford on his infamous ride to warn colonists of the coming of the “regulars.” Festivities begin at 10AM at City Hall. Photo from last year by Vicki Halal.


Grace Church Restores 130-Year-Old Pipe Organ

For 130 years Grace Episcopal Church in Medford has been honorably served by its 1885 Hook and Hastings pipe organ. This week, for the first time since its installation, the organ was completely dismantled piece-by-piece and sent to David E. Wallace and Co. organ builders in Gorham, Maine for a complete restoration.

“In 1875 the parish proudly chose a premier company to design and build an instrument for the acoustics of this sanctuary,” said Allison Andrews, the Grace Episcopal Church parish historian.

Over the years, there has been an accumulation of dirt and grime in the organ and it began to have systems fail. The console for playing the organ had become outdated, and was now too difficult to repair. It was time for the organ to have a complete restoration overhaul.

The organ, with its over 700 pipes, was disassembled over three days, with the pipes placed across the pews of the church before they were packed into boxes and loaded into a truck. There were several surprises during the removal, including an old door, which leads to a bricked up wall that had been covered since the organs original installation.

“I am excited to see our parish community’s commitment and love for music and the arts expressed through this organ restoration,” said the Reverend Noah H. Evans, Rector of Grace Episcopal Church. “We have a long heritage of love for singing and music, and having a fully restored and functioning organ will lead us to more fully embrace this passion.”

This organ restoration project is the final project to be paid for by the 2011 Grace Church Capital Campaign along with additional fundraising done recently to help support this effort.

“There’s nothing like a pipe organ — its ability to affect the emotions, allowing the gathered worshippers to step into the living stream of sacred music and actually feel the sound vibrations, whether or not one is a singer, and feel that amazing power of music to inspire and heal,” said Ruth Roper, Minister of Music at Grace Episcopal Church. The organ will return to Grace Episcopal Church in December, to be re-installed over four weeks, just before Christmas.

Grace Episcopal Church in Medford, located at 160 High Street, is a dynamic and vibrant spiritual home to a diverse congregation of over 200 families with different racial, social, ethnic, cultural, family and religious backgrounds. Built in 1867, the Grace Church Sanctuary is on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by noted architect Henry Hobson Richardson, it is his oldest surviving Church. The chimes in the steeple were raised in 1873, and cast by Blake Brothers Company, successor firm to Paul Revere’s. Between 1882 and 1957, several additions were made to the church building, including the parish hall and education wings.

Grace Church pipe organ

Grace Church pipe organ

Grace Church pipe organ

– Submitted by Grace Episcopal Church

Rep. Barber to host Office Hours in Medford

Somerville and Medford Representative Christine Barber will host office hours Friday, April 24th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Danish Pastry House, 330 Boston Avenue, Medford, MA 02155.

Rep. Barber invites constituents from the Medford areas of Hillside and South Medford, and the Somerville neighborhoods of Teele Square, Winter Hill, and Ten Hills, to attend.

Constituents are encouraged to take this opportunity to meet the Representative and share any thoughts or concerns they might have regarding issues in the district or current legislation.

Drop-ins at the State House are also welcome, or you can schedule a meeting with the Representative by contacting the office at or (617) 722-2430.

– Submitted by Christine Barber’s office

Rhythm, Mystique Seeking Homes


My name is Rhythm and, as my name suggests, I am getting my groove on! I am a young tabby girl who was rescued from outside and my foster parents say I am “becoming bolder by the day”! I now love to play with my toys and with paper, you better keep an eye on that toilet paper roll! I desperately want to befriend one of my foster mom’s cats, I roll and coo for them, but I am ignored. My favorite treats are “Temptations” and I will jump onto my foster mom’s lap to signal that it is time for my treats. I am a sweet cat, but still just a little shy. I have explored the first and second floor of my house and met all of the other cats. I would do best with another friendly cat to become my best buddy … perhaps another young cat who also needs a friend, or, as an only with a pet parent who is home all the time to help me to continue to blossom. If you are interested in meeting me, please contact Kitty Connection to make an appointment with my fosters. The sooner I am in my furever home, the quicker I will learn to love you!


My name is Mystique and I’m a 6 yr old American bully female needing a home. I was used for breeding and I am now no longer needed. I am hoping that I will get a home where I will be loved and cared for as a member of the family. I am extremely friendly and regardless of my build, I still have plenty of energy to want to run and play. I get along well with other dogs and cats, but my favorite thing is snuggling with my people. I would love a home with kids who will play with me every day!

Mystique come to us from a place where she had been used as a breeding dog. She had a C-section when she could not deliver the pups. She was not spayed because her owners were hoping that she would give them yet another litter after her C-section. She needed an ultrasound and was on antibiotics for over a month, but is now healthy and ready to go home.

About Kitty Connection

Kitty Connection is a no-kill, all volunteer rescue based in Medford and dedicated to helping animals in need. KC provides foster homes for them until they are adopted into loving, forever homes.

Cats/dogs are sometimes temporarily staying at foster homes away from the area.

For more information or to make an appointment to see the animals, call 781-393-9995 or email

For more animals or to see videos, check out!

– Information and photos from Kitty Connection