Marlborough Community Calendar - April 2022
A musical, scholarships, a concert, and some spring cleaning are just some of the events covered on this month's edition of the Marlborough Community Calendar. Ryan has the whole rundown in the video below.
Dairy Queen Marlborough Turns 70!
City Officials gathered today to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Dairy Queen Marlborough. Members of the Ginnetti family, who were the original owners of Dairy Queen, along with current General Manager Mike Traiforos were also present.
MHS presents The Addams Family Musical
The MHS Drama Club talks about their upcoming production of The Addams Family Musical
Girl Scout Silver Award: Chorus and Band Closet
The Girl Scouts from Troop 78138 need your help to collect black dressy clothing for the middle school chorus and band! To donate contact the troops gmail: GSEMA78138@GMAIL.COM. To make a monetary donation send it to the Marlborough Women's Club Venmo @MarlboroughJuniors with a note "Girl Scout Silver Award"
Phil Short, a friend to so many in Marlborough passed away last week. In addition to owning Short and Rowe Funeral Home, Phil was involved in many groups and comforted so many families when they were at their worst. Our condolences to his family and friends. We spoke with Phil in 2019. He talked about the family business, working with his father, growing up in Marlborough, and joining forces with the Rowe family.
Business Professionals of America at Marlborough High
Twelve Marlborough High School students won a total of twenty medals at this year's Business Professionals of America state leadership conference. We sat down with seniors Finola McCarthy and Rachel DiDonato as well as their advisor Jayne Haley to learn more about this exciting program offered to MHS students.
WMCT PREMIERE: John and Abigail Adams: Letters from Quarantine
The Greater Worcester Opera brings you a unique event - a dramatic reading of selected letters of American history's first "power couple". John and Abigail Adams both went through times of quarantine during the 18th century small pox epidemic - he shortly before their marriage, and she along with her 4 small children while her husband was helping birth the new country in Philadelphia. As expressed in their letters, they felt the pangs of isolation, fear, uncertainty and separ