The Blue Hills Athletic Hall of Fame will be hosting its annual golf tournament on Monday, July 20 at Ponkapoag Golf Course in Canton. This is the Hall of Fame’s only fundraiser and we need your help!
We are looking for foursomes to play in the tournament. It is a Florida Style tournament, registration begins at 7:00 am, and the tournament tees off at 7:30 am. The cost $125 per player and includes the greens fees, cart, lunch, and a golf shirt. Following the tournament, there will be a full buffet and prizes given out at Foley’s Backstreet Grille in Stoughton.
Can’t make it to the tournament? You can still help out! The Hall of Fame is also looking for hole sponsors. There are three levels of hole sponsorship: Platinum $250, Gold $100, and Silver $50. Your company logo or name will be displayed at your sponsored hole.
We are also looking for people able to donate prizes to the tournament. We are looking for things such as gift certificates (restaurants, movie passes, etc.), sporting goods (golf equipment or clothing), and sporting event tickets (Red Sox, Patriots, etc.).
Anything you can do to help the Athletic Hall of Fame will be greatly appreciated!
If you are interested in playing in the tournament, sponsoring a hole, or donating a prize, please contact the tournament directors Brian Gearty or Ryan Kiff at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The Blue Hills Athletic Hall of Fame
ABOUT CAMP BLUE
Camp Blue is a summer day camp experience for children entering grades 1 through 6. This summer the Blue Hills Regional School campus will come alive with an amazing variety of activities for children in our general summer day camp. We are proud to offer a variety of exciting and enriching programs designed to meet your family’s summer needs. At Camp Blue, we offer campers a traditional day camp experience as well as the opportunity to explore specific areas of interest in one of our specialty camps.
Our specialty camps will concentrate on skill development and game strategy for the sport chosen. Each of these camps have half-day option for just the specific sport in the mornings or you can select a full day and children will be placed in their appropriate age groups for the afternoon.. Each of the specialty camps will be provided with recreational swim time just before lunch.
All of our programs are created and run by caring and committed educators who seek to provide a vibrant, safe, and stimulating environment for our campers. The camp staff is dedicated to making every camper feel acknowledged and supported as they try new things and interact with others.
We have designed a program for children that provides them the opportunity to select from a variety of sports, games, crafts, swimming lessons and recreational swim, archery and many more camp favorite activities. We will have different special events from carnival day, traveling zoos, story tellers, talent show as well as other themed activities.
Our Mission is to provide each camper with a memorable summer filled with new adventures and lasting friendships.
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Camp Blue Information
Photo of Bridget Kelley by Judy Bass
Bridget Kelley, daughter of John and Susan Kelley of Avon and a senior at Blue Hills Regional Technical School in Canton, has been named the school’s Outstanding Vocational Technical Student of the Year. She, along with other exceptional students from technical high schools and programs across the Commonwealth, was honored for this achievement at the 29th Annual Outstanding Vocational Technical Student Banquet at Mechanics Hall in Worcester on April 15.
The event was jointly sponsored by the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) and the Massachusetts Vocational Association (MVA).
Bridget has excelled in the Engineering Technology program at Blue Hills. Her professionalism and dedication to this technical field have been observed by many while she has participated in a co-operative learning program at LoJack Corporation’s product support department. Bridget participates in a rigorous course of study that has included honors and Advanced Placement courses, as well as courses in math and science at Massasoit Community College. She is ranked first in her Blue Hills Regional graduating class. A recipient of a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship, she received a Rensselaer Medal Award for outstanding achievement in math and science. Bridget has been a member of the girls’ volleyball team, the Green Team and the Math Team in addition to serving as the secretary of the National Honor Society. Outside of school, she works part-time as a lifeguard and plays the violin. Bridget will pursue further education in engineering next fall.
Date: Friday, May 22
Time: 7-11 pm
Location: Venenzia (20 Ericsson St., Dorchester)
***Doors close at 7:30
Grand March (seniors only): 5:30 start (as of now)
Students who are bringing non-BHR students will just write their name down when they buy tickets.
Tickets on sale Monday April 27-Monday May 11
$55 per person
Sold at lunch or Room 313
Yankee Candle sellers, buy from Room 313
CONTINUING EDUCATION 2015
Last chance for CAD 1, EMT and TEAS programs. Log on to www.learnmorebhr.com to enroll. Having problems logging on, call the number below or email. Remember it’s vacation week, so it may take me a bit to get back to you. The EKG program will start in May so it will stay open a little longer and Cosmetology is always open enrollment.
Continuing Education Coordinator
Blue Hills Regional Technical School
800 Randolph Street
Canton, MA. 02021