“No Compressor Station Yard Signs”

We have placed our first order for “No Compressor Station” yard signs.  If you’d like to have one placed in your yard, please email northweymouthca@gmail.com with your name and address.  We will deliver to your address when they come in.  The signs, unfortunately, are not cheap.  We are looking for some donations to not only cover the cost of our first order but for future orders as we are sure the first batch will be requested in high demand.  No donation is too small.  Thank you in advance for any help and we look forward to getting the word out about the compressor station.



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Where in the World is North Weymouth?

Where in the World is North Weymouth?

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We’re pleased to announce a 2014 photo contest!  As you may know, we have been selling “North Weymouth” t-shirts at various Weymouth events.  We still have some – and they are only $6 each and we offer free pickup/delivery in Weymouth.  Please email northweymouthca@gmail.com if you are interested in purchasing one or more.

So what’s the contest?  Submit a picture of yourself or loved one wearing your North Weymouth shirt somewhere exotic – it could be at a corn maze in Bridgewater, in Dubai, in Montana – the possibilities are endless!  In February 2018, the Board will pick their favorite photo based on uniqueness and Facebook likes.  The winner will receive a $50 gift certificate to a North Weymouth restaurant – will it be Kelly’s?  Will it be Cathay?  Will it be The Mooring?  One never knows!  

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The Deloreys in Sedona, Arizona!

Watch for submissions and updates on our Facebook Page:  www.facebook.com/northweymouth

The Great Pumpkin Giveaway – October 2nd

Just a reminder that we will be setting up a booth at this Saturday’s Great Pumpkin-Give-A-Wey.  Come on over to say “Hello!”  We’ll have cards for residents to fill out about their concerns with the Fore River Bridge, Bridge Street and other North Weymouth matters.  We’re excited for this event and look forward to seeing you on Saturday from 12 pm – 4 pm.

Looking for some exercise before  the Pumpkin Give-A-Wey?  The Weymouth Food Pantry is having their SOS Walk at 10 am.  You can get more information on their website by clicking HERE.  The Weymouth Rotary is also having their Family FunRaiser at town hall.  The bike event will kick off at 10:30 am.  The run/walk will start at 11 am.  More information on this event can be found HERE.

Weymouth Rotary Family FUNRaiser Rescheduled

The Weymouth Rotary rescheduled the Family FUN Raiser to Saturday October 2nd and will be held at Weymouth Town Hall and Libby Field (across Street).

The Town of Weymouth is having their annual Pumpkin Give-a-way at 12 noon (til 4pm!) and we will be able to take advantage of the popularity of this event to help promote ours.

As far as times, lets change it a bit to time it with the start of the Pumpkin event.  PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF TIME CHANGES.  (To coincide with the Pumpkin festivities)

Day of Event
9:00    Setup

10:00   BIKE Registration

10:30  BIKE Start

WALK Registration

RUN Registration

11:00  RUN Start

WALK Start

12:30  Breakdown / Clean up

Visit http://www.familyfunraiser.org for more information!

North Weymouth Events This Weekend

Some noteworthy events happening in and around North Weymouth this weekend:

Saturday June 5th:

–  The Weymouth Garden Club is hosting a plant sale from 9 am – 1 pm at the DPW.  The recently made a donation to the NWCA to help beautify North Weymouth.

–  Abigail Adams Antiques is opening today.  This is located in the brown house across from the Dunkin Donuts closest to the bridge on Bridge St.

–  Michelle’s Ice Cream Shop will be donating $1 for every item purchased to the Johnson Early Education Center today.  Please mention the fundraiser when purchasing.

Sunday June 6th:

–  J.B. Auto on Bridge St. will be having a Charity Car Wash.  All proceeds will be donated to their Weymouth Relay For Life team. 

Next Saturday, we’ll be having our Great Esker Clean Up from 10 am – 12 pm.  We’ll be meeting around the picnic tables at the end of Julia Rd.  More details to follow!

Great Hill Park Clean Up – A Success!

On May 8th, the Civic Association along with other residents helped clean up Great Hill Park.  It was a rainy day, but it didn’t stop some tenacious volunteers from showing up.  We managed to drag a lot of debris out of the park:  A mattress, an air conditioner, many tires, a section of old countertop, along with about 20 bags of trash.  We didn’t take after pictures until after some of the garbage was already picked up.  But here are a few:

Although we didn’t get as much done as we would have liked due to the weather, we were able to pick up most of the trash on the road leading up to Great Hill, the actual park itself, and a lot of garbage down the dirt road leading to Baylee Dr./Regatta Rd.  We didn’t get to do any landscaping of sorts, but the park is in pretty good shape.  We still should concentrate on trying to get some of the benches repaired sooner than later.

We cleaned up Great Hill Park in part with Weymouth’s Town Wide Clean Up.  We’d like to thank Mayor Kay, the Department of Public Works, and Pepsi for helping in aid our clean up by providing gloves, bags, refreshments and a great cookout after.

Our next North Weymouth Clean Up will take place on June 12th from 10am -12pm at the Great Esker Playground/Ball Fields.  The original flyer stated that would meet at the entrance behind Margarita’s, but due to the size of Great Esker and the outstanding clean up performed by National Grid on Earth Day.  Because of this, we have decided to concentrate our efforts on just the playground and ball fields by Julia Rd.

Hope to see you at our June 12th get together!