Private high class dinner raffle


The Friends of the Blue Hills is offering high-class dining at the highest point in Milton. In celebration of the organization’s 35th year, the group is raffling off a private, catered dinner for six atop the Blue Hills Observatory. The observatory has a 360-degree view of the Boston skyline and the Atlantic Ocean. Joyce White, a chef for 25 years, will cater the meal. Raffle tickets are $15 each or three for $35 and can be purchased online at The drawing will be held at the annual meeting on Oct. 10 at Fuller Village at 1372 Brush Hill Road. The meeting will also feature keynote speaker Jack Murray, the newly appointed commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Recreation. Tickets to the meeting are $35 in advance and $40 at the door.

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