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Thank You from the 2019 Angel Run Team

 

Thank you from the 2019 MFi Angel Run Team
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Angel Run

Dear Angel Run Nation,

You did it again! You came out in good cheer and with bells on to make the 2019 Medfield Foundation Angel Run a great success!  Because of your participation, those in our community who need some extra assistance will have their needs met. The generosity of time, talent and enthusiasm from all is the reason we put this event on year after year. Together we are building a stronger Medfield and truly helping our fellow community members.

 

We Need Your Help!

As you probably know, the Angel Run is organized by volunteers from the community and we cannot do it without people being generous with their time and skills. As we like to say, “the Angel Run doesn’t run itself!”

After six years as a co-chair of the Angel Run and the person behind the amazing decorations and entertainment on the race course, our Race Course Coordinator has now retired. We are looking for a new Race Course Coordinator to pick up and run the effort. This is a critical leadership role for the Angel Run for someone with great project management and organizational skills.

Additional Volunteer Opportunities

  • Corporate Sponsorships team
  • Decorations team
  • Post-Event Party team
  • Publicity team
  • Race Course Coordinator
  • Registration & Reporting team
  • Shirts & Bibs team

We have an experienced group of leaders and a great team that work closely together and will help any new volunteers with any questions. And don’t worry, we only meet in person to kick-off the planning and to do a wrap-up so you won’t be bogged down by lots of meetings.

We’d love to have your involvement. Please email us at angelrun@medfieldfoundation.org and let us know if you would like to help or if you have any questions.

 

Photos of 2019 Event

MFi has a Flickr site with high resolution photos available for you to download at no charge. There are over 1,300 photos for you to explore as well as a “Best of 2019” album. And if you have any photos, be sure to upload them so everyone can benefit!

Thank you Jeffrey and Kristina Bunce and MFi Youth Leader John Shelley for the great photos.

 

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Go to Flickr to see hi-res photos from the 2019 Angel Run

 

In addition, RaceWire, the company that provided the timing system at the event, took photos at the finish line. Be sure to check them out to see your finish photo!

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Race Results

If you haven’t already done so, you can view your race results on RaceWire as well.

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Thank You and Save the Date

Save the date for the 15th Annual MFi Angel Run on Sunday December 6, 2020. We hope to see you there. Cheers to all and many thanks from the bottom of our hearts.

On behalf of the Medfield Foundation Board of Directors and the 2019 Angel Run Committee, our most sincere Thank You!
 
The 2019 MFi Angel Run Committee

 

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Brass band and family activities at MSH – 6/15

From Jean Mineo, President, Cultural Alliance of Medfield, MedfieldCulture.org

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Dad’s Brass Band tubist Don Rankin joins Tom Duprey on trumpet for a recent taping at Medfield TV.

Brass band and family activities offered June 15 at Medfield State Hospital

 

Families looking for a fun, free activity on Father’s Day weekend can head to the Lee Chapel grounds at the Medfield State Hospital (45 Hospital Road) from 1:30 to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 15, to catch “Dad’s Brass Band” from 2-4 p.m., as well as lawn games that will kick off at 1:30 p.m.

 

In addition to the band performance and games, other featured activities include a community art project with Kurt Jackson and hands-on papermaking with artist May Babcock. Ruby’s Ice Cream Truck will also be on hand to sell treats.

 

Organized by the Cultural Alliance of Medfield (CAM), the afternoon event is a way to bring community members together to enjoy the property, and see the potential for future arts and cultural activities on the picturesque grounds. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket. In the event of rain, music and activities will take place inside the Lee Chapel.

 

Performers in the “Dad’s Brass Band” include Medfield residents Don Rankin on tuba, and Tom Duprey on trumpet. Rankin is principal tubist with the Portland Symphony Orchestra and Boston Ballet Orchestra; Duprey performs in a number of ensembles, and teaches music in Dover-Sherborn schools and at the college level.

 

May Babcock is a Rhode Island artist who works in papermaking, printmaking, book arts and art installations. She is known for incorporating materials from a given environment into her projects.

 

Look for further details on the CAM website medfieldculture.org, and be sure to check out the Medfield TV promotional video on its YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/tCDRLLqI2AE.

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MHS Jazz at Lovell’s & Blue Moon this weekend

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MHS Jazz at Lovell’s & Blue Moon this weekend

 

The jazz will be flowing from the greenhouse and bakery!  Take a break from holiday craziness and cold temps, and stop into the colorful greenhouse at Lovell’s Nursery on Saturday, Dec. 10, or take in the warmth and great aromas at Blue Moon on Sunday, Dec. 11, to hear some music from members of MHS Jazz Band!  The students will be fundraising for their trip to Cuba in April. All donations are welcome; checks should be made payable to Medfield Music Association (receipts available on site).

 

Lovell’s Nursery (greenhouse) w/hot cocoa & candy canes!

Saturday, Dec. 10 – 1:30 to 3 p.m.

 

MHS Jazz performers:

Francis Brooke

Brigitte Cronin

Dana Cruickshank

Micah Grinnell

Nolan Melia

Joe Pagliazzo

Justin Plakias

Brendan Tormey

Jack Wagenseller

 

Blue Moon

Sunday, Dec. 11 – 9:30-10:30 a.m.

 

MHS Jazz performers:

Melanie Baime

Gavin Connolly

Julie Han

Kyle Infantino

Patrick O’Connor

Dan Stromland

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Angel Run – noon tomorrow

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Don’t Miss the Angel Run!

There’s Joy to share,

An event to remember:

Get your bells and your bib

Wear your Wings, your Antlers or Holiday gear

It’s that Festive Time of Year!

There will be hot cocoa and Christmas Carols

Beautiful Bells and Jazz Ensembles.

You can walk or you can run

For 5K or ‘til you’re done.

Bring the kids, the dogs and Gran,

Call your friends and make a plan.

For Charity and for Fun –

This Sunday,

It’s the Angel Run!

 

Leanne LaBelle 2016

 

Join Us!  December 4, 2016 at 12:00pm

www.MedfieldFoundation.org

Jazz Night tomorrow evening

From the Medfield Music Association –

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MHS Jazz Band takes home awards — in time for May 6 Jazz Night!

 

The Medfield High School Jazz Band, which is scheduled to perform at Jazz Night at 7 p.m., Friday, May 6, took home several awards at the Music Showcase Festival last week in Williamsburg, Virginia, including “Best Overall Jazz Band”, “Best Overall Rhythm Section” and “Best Overall Jazz Soloist” awarded to junior guitarist Dan Stromland.

 

Over the years, the Medfield Jazz Band has had a long track record of success under Music Director Doug Olsen, a professional jazz trumpeter. The band also earned an All-State Gold Award in March, and as part of that top rating, the ensemble was granted a performance slot at the Hatch Shell in Boston.

 

At Jazz Night, Olsen and the MHS Jazz Band will have the opportunity to perform with guest artist, Berklee College of Music professor and saxophonist Dino Govoni. Also performing with Govoni will be three other jazz ensembles – one from the high school and two from Blake Middle School; the Medfield HS Jazz Choir – which earned a “Superior” rating at the festival — will also perform.

 

Jazz Night begins at 7 p.m. in the Medfield HS Lowell Mason Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased Park Street Books and the Medfield branch of Needham Bank ($10 adults, $5 children/students). Tickets can also be purchased online at https://medfieldmusicassociation.givezooks.com/events/jazz-night-2016-with-dino-govoni, or at the door. Jazz Night proceeds support the entire Medfield Music Program across orchestra, choir and band, as well as general music education at the elementary level.

 

This is the fifth year Needham Bank has been the presenting sponsor of Jazz Night, and it is especially proud to support the concert in celebration of Medfield recently earning the “Best Communities for Music Education” designation from the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation – one of just 476 school districts nationwide to receive the distinction.

Singing for your supper tonight at Italian Groceria

From the Medfield Music Association –

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For TONIGHT, Tuesday, Feb. 2 – if anyone is interested in a unique sit-in or takeout dinner experience, more than a dozen Medfield HS and Blake Middle School vocalists will be at Italian Groceria from about 5:45 until almost 7 p.m. tonight practicing their songs for the Sing Off event this Thursday, Feb. 4, in the high school auditorium. The Medfield Music Association receives 30 percent from all Italian Groceria sales between 5 and 8 p.m. tonight. Eligible purchases include gift cards.

For full details about Italian Groceria tonight (including the singer line up), plus the Sing Off on Thursday, check out today’s Patch:

http://patch.com/massachusetts/medfield/tonight-hear-vocalists-italian-groceria-medfield-0

 

 

 

 

Alumni Jam this Saturday at 7PM

Bob Meany and Mark Fisher return to the MHS stage for Alumni Jam this Saturday, Jan. 9! 

(photo on right is Mark while at MHS)

Selectman Mark Fisher likes to joke that when he and Police Chief Bob Meaney were in the band together at Medfield High School, Bob sat behind him with his sousaphone causing trouble, while he was the “good kid” on saxophone and clarinet. While Mark and Bob won’t be playing their old instruments at the Alumni Jam, this Saturday, Jan. 9, in the Medfield High School auditorium, they will be reunited on stage as emcees for the community event to benefit the Lowell Mason House.

 

The event starts at 7 p.m., and throughout the evening you can be sure to hear a lot more bantering between the two former band mates/current town officials, in addition to hearing great music from nearly 25 MHS alumni from across band, orchestra, choir and jazz ensembles representing a range of graduating classes from 1984 through 2015.

 

Our musicians include Essentially Ellington and Mingus jazz players, All-State and Gold medal Orchestra and Band recipients, students leading college orchestras and a cappella groups, Berklee College of Music students, and many other alumni who are either actively engaged in music in college, or working in the field. Music Director Doug Olsen will also be performing on trumpet, and we’ll also have some current students joining in. Also directing will be alumni Keith Curbow and Nick DeSantis.

 

All proceeds from the Alumni Jam benefit the Lowell Mason House to help it realize its vision of being a nationally recognized cultural hub, and an active, artistic venue in our town of Medfield for educators and music aficionados nationwide — as well as for our own community.

 

Alumni Jam tickets are on sale now at Park Street Books, Rock ‘N Roll Rib Joint, and Keith Curbow Studio. Tickets are $10 for regular adult admission, and $5 for students and senior citizens; $10 tickets are also available online at http://bit.ly/1Of0fNg. You can also pay at the door.

 

The event is sponsored by the Medfield Music Association in partnership with the Medfield High School Alumni Association.