SPRING 2018 â€¢ Issue 3
Conner Green, well-known Sudbury resident with a heart of gold! Page 3 Catherine Siedel Performer of the Month
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What does he like to do in his spare time? Connor loves to socialize with his friends, bowling, playing basketball, tennis, jumping on trampolines, riding in fast motorboats, swimming at Greenwood Swim and Tennis, skating, and is now learning to ski. He loves buffalo wings and Hot Tamale candy! What’s his favorite sport to play or watch? Connor loves to skate and he loves to watch his siblings play soccer, baseball, and lacrosse. Connor loves being with friends and family. He absolutely hates school vacations because he misses all of his friends at school. He eagerly greets students and staff at the middle school every morning and loves to make people smile. He loves to hang out at Featherland watching his 8th grade friends’ games. He genuinely loves to be with his peers. Stuart Beeby Photography • Stuartbeeby.com
Conner Green, well-known with a heart of gold! An Interview with Connor’s Mother: How old is Connor? 14 • Born May 30, 2003 Connor attends Ephraim Curtis Middles School, 8th grade. Can you share a couple of sentences about Connors school program and schedule? Connor participates in the LEAP program at Curtis which provides for academic instruction in small group settings with modifications and accommodations according to his particular needs. Connor is fully integrated for homeroom, art, engineering, physical education, lunch, recess and other general programs. Connor loves being with all of the 8th grade and really cherishes the friends he has made. Can you share anything about the LS High School program? Just learning about it, so can’t really comment. When did he first discover that he loved Fire trucks and Ambulances? Connor has always loved fire trucks and ambulances. He has very sensitive hearing and used to require headphones in noisy places. Historically, he would become anxious around fire trucks and ambulances due to the loud noise from the sirens, but a few years ago that changed and he now will google different videos of fire truck and ambulance sirens. He has a video from last year’s July 4th parade of the fire trucks and ambulances on the route with the sirens blaring. He watches it and laughs over and over again!
Does he have a particular truck that is his favorite? Connor’s favorites are Ambulance 6 and Engine 2. You mentioned that Connor did some volunteer work at the station before. Can you tell us about that? Last summer, Connor volunteered at the Fire Station in Sudbury once a week where he helped with washing the windows, vacuuming, sweeping and cleaning the trucks. He learned about how the sirens work and which station housed each engine, ambulance and ladder. He was able to try on the gear and helmets. He would love to be able to drive the fire trucks when he grows up!
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Catherine Siedel - Performer of the Month Which instruments do you play? What did you win your award for? I play the piano, cello, saxophone and sing. I won the award at Noteworthy for playing five, memorized, contrasting classical piano pieces. I first recorded two pieces for the first round, then played the five pieces in front of four judges for the second round. Is this the first time you have won a music award? I have also won two blue ribbons at the King Philip Honors Band Festival for saxophone. What was the first instrument you played? I first started on the piano. How old were you when you started learning? 6 years old. How many hours a week do you practice? Each day is a little different, but on average about 1.5 hours a day with a little more on the weekends! So probably 10-12 hours a week for everything. What has been the most important thing that you’ve gained from playing? When I play my instruments, it makes me feel happy and peaceful. I have learned so many things from playing. I have the confidence to go in front of a crowd and play a piece. It has taught me not to be afraid of hard work as I often sit down and learn a hard piece that might take a few weeks to get right. I love to share my music with others and love to see how it makes them feel. I feel that music is a huge part of my life in so many ways and always will be. Who are your teachers? Daniel Dickson at Note-worthy Experiences for piano and cello. Hannah Meloy for voice at Ivy Music Academy in Norfolk and Mr. Fouracre at Freeman Kennedy School for saxophone. I also get to perform a lot of pieces and sing at my church - Federated Church of Norfolk. Do you sing too? Yes, I sing and play the piano at the same time. I started singing along to songs while playing the piano and really enjoyed it, so I started to perform them. Do you have a favorite music artist? I love classical music. My favorite composer is Bach. What grade are you in? 5th grade. Does anyone else in your family play music? Yes, my Aunt Karen plays the piano and my grandfather plays the accordion!! My little brother is just starting the piano, he’s 6. When you are not playing music, what else do you enjoy doing? I also play indoor and outdoor soccer, swim, and I am a girl scout. I also enjoy reading, writing, math and science. And, of course, I love hanging out with my friends, family and two beagles, Jethro and Betty.
What has been the most important thing you’ve gained from playing? The most important thing that I have gained is how to work with others and being part of a team. Current team: Thunderbirds Volleyball Club Grade: Senior in high school Favorite Subject: History and Future of Russia Other sports played? I also played soccer and I play beach volleyball. Favorite Team(s): New England Patriots and Revolution Hobbies? Drawing, Taking Pictures, Netflix
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This year, more than 2,800 Massachusetts kids will become new daily smokers, and 95 percent of adults who smoke started by the age of 21. Passage of An Act to protect youth from the health risks of tobacco and nicotine addiction, would once again make Massachusetts the leader in the fight against Big Tobacco and ensure that the Commonwealth has some of the strongest anti-tobacco policies in the nation. “ACS CAN’s advocates will meet with our elected leaders as representatives of the many Bay Staters who are diagnosed with cancer each day” said Marc Hymovitz, director of government relations for ACS CAN in Massachusetts. “These survivors, caregivers and youth volunteers have gathered together with one goal in mind: to pass legislation that will save lives.” About ACS CAN: ACS CAN, the nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society, supports evidence-based policy and legislative solutions designed to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. ACS CAN works to encourage elected officials and candidates to make cancer a top national priority. ACS CAN gives ordinary people extraordinary power to fight cancer with the training and tools they need to make their voices heard. For more information, visit www.acscan.org.
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The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) recently brought together youth advocates from across the state to increase the states tobacco sales age to 21. At this event were Mason and his sister Maddie Lutz, and their mother, Marisa. All are dedicated cancer advocates from Sudbury. Last year, Mason was one of the “faces” of the “Next generation” tobacco 21 campaign in Massachusetts. Maddie, who has taken her cancer fighting support to a new level, leading a highly successful fundraising team “Peace, Power, Purple” for the Lincoln-Sudbury American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Her team currently ranks third in fundraising for the local Relay.
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A Sudbury MA magazine catered to our residents with the goal of connecting them with our schools, town events, athletes, musicians, resident...
Published on Apr 8, 2018
A Sudbury MA magazine catered to our residents with the goal of connecting them with our schools, town events, athletes, musicians, resident...