Today is Monday, Feb. 4. Here are five things to know today in Peabody.
- Five days with a pro: Former Red Sox player and Peabody baseball star Steve Lomasney is running a baseball and softball clinic for kids over February vacation at Latitude Sports Clubs. Lomasney will be covering all aspects of the game. Click here for more information.
- Speaking of February vacation... The Peabody Recreation Department is heading up to Bretton Woods for a cross country skiiing and snowshoeing trip. You can find more details in the winter brochure.
- That public interview with Swampscott High Principal Layne Millington has been rescheduled to this afternoon, starting at 3:30 p.m. with a meet and greet. Millington is one of three finalist candidates for the principal job at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School.
- CRAASH: A special student assembly will be hosted by DECA students at Peabody High and sponsored by Phil Richard Insurance tomorrow on the dangers of distracted driving. The presentation includes a mini play by the drama club, comments from sheriff’s deputies from the Middleton jail, personal and emotional experiences from a local woman whose brother was seriously injured in a crash and a video depicting tragic consequences of texting while driving.
- Return of the Catmobile: The Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society will be back in town at PETCO on Thursday with the Catmobile, offering afforable spaying/neutering services, rabies vaccinations and more for your feline friend.