Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE D. MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

The temperatures have remained in the sixties once again this past week with just a few clouds overhead. It is a pleasure to see the new road signs for Totem Pole Way, Rose Meadow Way and for Attaquin Way: vital necessities in an emergency situation. A few beach plums still are left for picking.

Go Red Sox!

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

The Aquinnah Community Programs Committee will sponsor a bazaar and flea market on Sunday, Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribal Building on Black Brook Road. A luncheon of bass chowder, sandwiches and beverages will be available. A table of interesting raffle items and a giant box of free items also will be there.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

The Aquinnah town hall kitchen committee would like your input on Monday, Sept. 24 at 4 p.m. The committee is in the process of reviewing plans and designs for the new kitchen. Your input is definitely needed with regards to appliances, design, kitchenware and so on.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

The Aquinnah Community Programs Committee will be sponsoring a flea market and bazaar on Sunday, Sept. 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the town hall. There will be vendors with antiques, artwork, books, clothing, collectibles, a giant free box, handcrafted items, jewelry, Native American arts and crafts, pottery, and a vast array of items for sale. Stop by and enjoy the fun and adventure throughout the day. For vendor space, please call Betty Joslow at 508-645-3340.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

The Aquinnah Wampanoag Teen Group will be sponsoring its third annual powwow tomorrow at Aquinnah Circle. Doors open at 10 a.m. with the grand entry at noon. Festivities continue through 6 p.m.

There will be Native American dance, drumming, and singing with guests from several tribes across New England. Vendors will be selling native crafts. Food will be available at booths or at the Dreamcatcher or the Aquinnah Shop at the Cliffs.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Al Alley of Boston recently visited with his father Forrest Alley and with mom Emily Packish Frank in Vineyard Haven.

Joseph Bozyczko, his wife Vicky and their children Michael, Mikayla and Matthew were at their Lighthouse Road home over the long weekend.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Frank E. Andrade Jr. and his youngest brother Edward F. were the guests of Sylvia Thomas while on a Vineyard tour. It was the first time Frank had been home in more than 50 years. We reminisced about my Manning family members who were once neighbors of his in Edgartown. What a treasure to be able to spend some time talking with all three.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE D. MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Martha’s Vineyard Neighborhood Convention convened at the Tribal Building on Veterans Day. Tobias Vanderhoop presented an overview of the Wampanoag history and culture, followed by a question and answer period. Rev. Robert Hensley, president of the convention, offered a prayer before lunch for the 63 attendees.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Sincerest condolences to the family of Mrs. Eleanor (Thurber) Eglinas who died peacefully at home early on Thursday morning. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Smith Cemetery. Ellie was a classmate in the Class of 1964 at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and has enjoyed visits from her fellow classmates throughout the past week.

Roxanne Ackerman returned home recently after spending a month in California with her mother, Barbara Ackerman.

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