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milfoil hand pulled from Martins Pond in 2014

On Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Martin’s Pond will receive treatment for the “Eurasian Milfoil” a highly aggressive invasive plant that can quickly overtake small lakes and ponds.  If not controlled, Milfoil can have damaging effects on natural wildlife, vegetation and recreational activities as it will continue to grow at a very rapid pace.  Aquatic Control Technology of Sutton, MA has been retained to respond to this Milfoil infestation.  Please note the following important information regarding this treatment: All of Martin’s

Fishing Derby Winners

2015 Derby Winners

Many thanks to the Wildside Bass Club, neighborhood volunteers, and our sponsors! The winners of this year’s Children’s Fishing Derby were: Ages 3-7 Molly Kenney,5,  Wilmington, .85 Catfish Brendan Trentsch,7, North Reading, .75 Catfish Mikayla Haley, 7, North Reading, .70 Catfish Ages 8-11 Owen Delano, 10, North Reading, 1.05 Bass Travis Long, 10, North Reading, 1.02 Catfish Evan Wilson, 10, North Reading, .79 Catfish Ages 12-16 Romano Duncan, 14, Andover, .95 Bass Tommy Duncan, 14, Andover .80 Bass Morgan Burke,15,

North Reading Community Band Concert July 16

North Reading Community Band & Martins Pond Association present a Free Summer Concert at Clarke Park 61 Burroughs Rd North Reading on Thursday July 16 2015 from 6:30-8pm.

The North Reading Community Band will perform a free concert Thursday July 16, 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Clarke Park, weather permitting.  This free concert is the first the band will play for the town this summer. No rain date is scheduled. The performance has become an annual event for the Martins Pond Association. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Some attendees even come by watercraft. Judith Allen will conduct the 20 piece concert band and has planned an entertaining program