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Winthrop Massachusetts is an Oceanside town located just northeast of Boston near Logan International Airport. The town is named after John Winthrop who was the second governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and Winthrop is one of the oldest towns, settled in 1630.
The Friends annual meeting will take place at the MWRA Deer Island Treatment Plant in the Historic Pump Station. There will be social time, a brief business meeting with an election of Board members. Remarks by Giles Parker, Superintendent of the Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area and Boston Light volunteers about the 300th anniversary of Boston Light in 2016. Light refreshments will be served and there will be a books and FBHI merchandise table. Pre-registration is required. Your name must be on the registration list at the MWRA Security Gate in order to gain access to the annual meeting. RSVP by Thursday, April 23rd at midnight. Please register EVERY NAME in your party when doing the Brown Paper Ticket reservation. We need people's actual names: instead of "John Q. Public" 4 spots. Come early and explore the public access Deer Island perimeter park; and stay after the meeting to explore some more. The park has 5 miles of trails. Parking for the perimeter park has a seperate parking lot than where the meeting will be held. You may explore the park first and then drive in through the Security Gate to the Historic Pump Station and park there. Public transportation is available via the MBTA Blue Line to Orient Heights. Change to bus #712/713 to Point Shirley which is the last stop. This stop is the entrance to the perimeter public access trail. It is approximately 2/3 of a mile walk to the Security Gate from the bus stop. Bus 712/713 is operated by Paul Revere Transportation for the MBTA. Call them at 617-889-5899 or go to www.mbta.com to see and print out a schedule.
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