3. Remember that the Wayland Public Library is still closed on Sundays for the summer. The school year hours start soon.
4. ICYMI. This is my final day as Local Editor of Wayland Patch (you may have already noticed Ryan Grannan-Doll at the top of the website). I'm transitioning to a new role effective Monday. I penned (OK, I typed it) a longer message here.
5. Year in Wayland History. Between 1835 and 1841, Lavius Hyde, minister of the Evangelical Trinitarian Church (predecessor to the current Trinitarian Congregational Church) and an early abolitionist, organized a number of women parishioners, who otherswise had no voice in government, to offer petitions to the U.S. House of Representatives to end the slave trade, prohibit the extension of slavery and to declare the District of Columbia free of slavery.