At age 12, Janet Leombruno was one of the first two girls to play Little Leauge baseball in the town of Framingham, Mass., (photo circa 1976)
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Janet Leombruno was born and raised in Framingham. She attended the Mary E. Stapleton Elementary School, the Cameron Middle School, and graduated from Framingham North High in 1981.
Always a trail-blazer, she was one of the first two girls in Framingham to play Little League baseball!
Janet volunteered at the YMCA to help young children in many activities and excelled in training youngsters in gymnastics.
For 13 years, she volunteered for numerous programs at Hemenway School.
She coached soccer for Framingham United Soccer Club for 6 years. She has coached baseball in Framingham for 13 years, (and currently coaches a "Majors" team), and also coaches in the Temple Beth Am Brotherhood "TBA" Basketball League.
Janet currently serves on the board of directors of Framingham Baseball and is a Framingham Baseball Commissioner.
Janet is a long-time Framingham Town Meeting Member and is ...[read more]
Watch Temple Beth Am Basketball "Hoop Madness" on FPAC-TV during the month of April 2011!
FRAMINGHAM, MA - As basketball fans around the country are focused on both the Men's and Women's NCAA Division I Final Four, Framingham Public Access will be showcasing a little homegrown March Madness.
FPAC-TV is pleased to be partnering with the Temple Beth Am Basketball League this year to present coverage of five boys and girls championship games held recently at Framingham High School.
TBA Basketball involves hundreds of youngsters from the fourth through twelfth grades, and organizers made a commitment this season to ensure coverage of the championship game in each level. TBA volunteers stepped up to cover four of the contests, including both the Boys and Girls B and C Divisions.
FPAC's staff brought in three cameras to cover the ...[read more]
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