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Kindness matters – Veterinarian is also accomplished author and musician

Shrewsbury – Dr. Monica Mansfield, 55, greets her patients by sitting on the floor – gently hovering her hand – then touching their furry backs. Kindness and compassion are always paramount to the way she conducts her practice of veterinary medicine at the Medway Animal Hospital, as well as all other parts of her life.

Although she loves being a veterinarian, there are many unique facets to this multi-talented woman. She is a published author of two books and a talented musician and passionate fan, producing and hosting Shrewsbury’s award-winning cable show, “Mostly Rock ‘n Roll.

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Chard serves as Wheelock College’s 14th president

David J. Chard Photo/submitted By Jane Keller Gordon Boston – David J. Chard brings a wealth of academic, management and life experiences to his position as Wheelock College’s 14th president. Kate Taylor, chair of the Wheelock College Board of Trustees said in a press release, “Dr. Chard stood out not only for his outstanding leadership… […]

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Find your calm through tai chi and qigong

Ray Caisse (l) and Dave Crocker By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Westford/Ayer – Dave Crocker, 71, and Ray Caisse, 77, have a lot in common. Both have had long careers in management, and describe themselves as former workaholics. Both have had life-altering health challenges: Crocker, a stroke, and Caisse, a heart attack. Now both […]

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Two careers: accomplished software engineer, gifted weaver

Nancy Kronenberg at her 65-inch loom By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Carlisle – Nancy Kronenberg’s mantra, “I haven’t done that, that’s what I want to do,” was woven into her career as a computer software engineer. Now at age 71 and retired, it is also her driving force as a professional hand weaver. Fundamental […]

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Acclaimed author Nicholas Gage calls North Grafton home

Nicholas Gage in his North Grafton home By Jane Keller Gordon North Grafton – Sunlight pours through the windows of the Nicholas Gage’s writing studio in North Grafton. A bookshelf with ionic columns runs along one wall. Behind his cluttered desk, photos are displayed on another. In one, from 1963, President John F. Kennedy stands […]

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Woodworkers of all skill levels encouraged to join club

By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Lexington – The Association of Revolutionary Turners’ 85 members have at least one thing in common – they use a lathe. ART President John Flynn explained that wood turning is, “Using chisels with a variety of points to shape wood that is spinning on a lathe, secured at two […]

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