GSA Girls Show Promise In Early Losses
The Weekly Packet|12/12/2019
BLUE HILL—In their opening games of the 2019-20 varsity season, the Eagles came out on the losing side but with one big reason to celebrate: the promise of better scores to come.
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Book Bingo is back for the summer and everyone is invited to participate. Starting Monday, June 21, bingo cards will be available for kids, teens and adults. Participants are invited to complete fun book-themed challenges like “read a book outside” or “read a fairy tale.” Prizes, such as limited edition buttons (five original designs by Claire Malina and Kendall Chapman to collect!), will be awarded for finishing a row or a column, as well as special prizes for finishing the whole card.

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