With funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Polly Hill Arboretum plans to break ground in September on a $ 1 million educational center and botany lab.
At last, summer has arrived. There have been spectacular surprises with the sunrise and sunset times over the past week. The roses are in bloom across the Vineyard, draped neatly across fences or on trellises.
John R. Wadleigh of Vineyard Haven was named to the spring 2015 dean’s list at Saint Michael’s College.
Gage Rancich of Vineyard Haven has been named to the spring 2015 dean’s honor roll at Oklahoma City University.
Chilmark is turning a deaf ear to my plea to slow things down a bit. June is already almost gone and I am not ready to move on yet. So many things undone, unreported, un-enjoyed . . . is that a word? Anyway, we are moving into summer at a rapid pace.
We got some much needed rain, and some thunder and lightning. Now we have a little muggy weather. Summer has arrived.
Serving Hands Food Distribution will be open during the summer at the First Baptist Church parish house in Vineyard Haven.
All agents licensed with RE/MAX on Island have received production awards for 2014 from RE/MAX International LLC.
The original Oak Bluffs golf course was the Island County Club. The clubhouse overlooked hole number one along Beach Road past Harthaven. The clubhouse eventually became Anthony’s Restaurant until 1994 when Paul and Kathy Domitrovich re-opened it as Lola’s.

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