Week in Review: Dedham Football Falls, Whiting Ave. Hill Eyed
A look back at some of the stories we covered on Dedham Patch this week.
The Dedham football team helped honor veterans before Thursday's annual Thanksgiving Day game against Norwood, but they struggled mightily in the first quarter en route to a 48-18 loss to the Mustangs.
Thanks to some top notch bowlers, Kings donated turkeys to the Dedham Food Pantry in time for Thanksgiving. Bowlers also received a certificate to be hung up at the bowling alley.
An array of Oakdale School students contributed to an art project with Dedham Patch that described what they were thankful for. Check it out, and add your kid's artwork to the project.
Oakdale School first graders performed an annual Thanksgiving-themed song-and-dance for parents and fellow students.
With nearly two months behind them, the Dedham Square Artist Guild is looking forward to a strong holiday season selling locally produced artwork by more than 20 artists - most of whom reside in Dedham.
A dangerous Whiting Avenue hill needs a pair of speed bumps to slow down drivers and make it safer for homeowners to back out of their driveways, former Dedham Police Chief Dennis Teehan says.
Other stories covered on Dedham Patch this week:
- Fans Brave The Cold for Dedham Marauders Pep Rally
- PHOTOS: Thanksgiving Day Game Halftime Show
- VIDEO: Legal C Bar's Farro Salad in Time for Thanksgiving
- Karten's Diamond Guild Opens in Legacy Place
- Planning Board: New Project Could Cause 'Worse F' Rating for East Street Rotary
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