5 Things Patriots Celebrate Volunteerism at Stony Brook, WYBSA Spring 2013 Registration Open, and More!

In this edition of Five Things you Need to Know, Patriots' punter Zoltan Mesko pays a visit to Stony Brook in Norfolk, the Politicos Comedy Brigade will perform a Obama/Romney comedy debate at Lake Peal Luciano's, Registration for Wrentham You

1. Today's Weather from the National Weather Service


  • Today: Rain, with thunderstorms also possible after 4pm. Patchy fog. High near 67. Southeast wind 7 to 11 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
  • Tonight: Rain and possibly a thunderstorm. Patchy fog. Low around 58. South wind 5 to 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall amounts between a half and three quarters of an inch possible.


2. Zoltan Mesko at Stony Brook

From Mass Aubudon:

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Norfolk served as a perfect autumn backdrop Tuesday, October 16 for the New England Patriots’ Celebrate Volunteerism initiative, which honored Mass Audubon and longtime member and volunteer Ruth Connaughton.

Mass Audubon’s statewide commitment to member volunteerism earned it selection in the Green/Environmental category of the Patriots’ community involvement program. Connaughton, a former teacher and a 15-year volunteer at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary in Wellfleet, was recognized as “Patriots Difference Maker of the Week.” She was presented with a medal and an autographed football.

Those on hand for the event included volunteers from Franklin-based HMEA, an organization committed to working with people with developmental disabilities, and a trio of Pats players, Danny Aiken, Ryan Mallett, and Zoltan Mesko.

All were soon were  “digging in” to help spread mulch for Stony Brook’s new Nature Play Area—at the direction of 16-year-old Daniel White of Wrentham, who is constructing the play area as his volunteer service project to become an Eagle Scout.

Pats' punter Mesko praised Mass Audubon for its community engagement, its position as a New England conservation leader, and for being “pro-active in thinking about the future” of sustainable practices and the environment. "Mass Audubon is leading the way," he said.


3. No Football Game Tonight

With heavy rain and a chance of thunderstorms, tonight's King Philip football game at Mansfield has been postponed. The Warriors will now face the Hornets on October 20 at 5:30 p.m.


4. Politicos Comedy Brigade To Perform Obama Vs. Romney Comedy Debate at Lake Pearl Luciano’s

The Politicos Comedy Bridage will hold a comedy mock debate on November 4 at 7:00 p.m. at Lake Pearl Luciano's.

The group, which has been featured on Comedy Central and HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, is working in conjunction with Boston-based Drinkwater Productions, LLC to bring one of the most popular comedic presidential debates to Wrentham.

The part of Barack Obama will be played by impersonator Maxwell Price who's credits include HBO’s Flight of the Conchords and NPR’s This American Life. Mitt Romney's impersonator will be Jim Gossett who has been featured on The Glenn Beck Program and Michael Savage Show. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno's resident Bill Clinton impersonator Tim Watters will also be a part of the debate.

Tickets are $35 and can be ordered at www.drinkwaterproductions.com, by calling 855-255-5750, or can be at Lake Pearl Luciano’s.


5. Youth Baseball and Softball Registration Open

Registration for the Spring 2013 season of Wrentham Youth Baseball and Softball is now open at the group's official website.

Registration is $65 per a child with discounts for families with three or more kids playing. The deadline to sign up is December 1.


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