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Wamesit Lanes Person Of The Week: The Impink Family

Dec 14, 2015 06:34PM ● By Bill Gilman

From left to right, Eric Impink, Wamesit Lanes General Manager Gail Malatesta, Peter Impink and Paige Impink.

This week's honorees as Wamesit Lanes Person of the Week are The Impink Family -- Paige and Victor Impink and their children Rosalyn, 14, Eric, 11, and Peter, 9.
Victor and Paige Impink have lived in Tewksbury 14 years. But when one looks at their involvement in the community, one would think they were lifelong residents.
Paige was elected to serve on the Library Board of Trustees and is also involved on the Town Beautification Committee, as well as multiple school PACs.
Victor is involved with the North Street School Council, the Tewksbury Rail Trails and organizes youth Ultimate Frisbee. 
Rosalyn has been involved in several community service projects through the state's 351 Initiative.
As a family, the Impinks participate in such events as the bi-annual Townwide Cleanup Days, Zero Waste Day and the Livingston Street Playground project.
"It's important to be involved in the community and try and give bck. For us, it's kind of a no-brainer," said Paige Impink. "There are so many jobs that need to be done. There are plenty of opportunities to participate."

Tewksbury resident Cheryl Barnes nominated the Impink Family to be the Wamesit Lanes Person of the Week. Her nomination email read, as follows:
"I would like to nominate Paige Impink and her family. They are so selfless and have helped our community in so many ways. As you know, Paige serves & has served on a number of volunteer committees that have and are making wonderful changes and additions to our town. I think they as a family, surely deserve to be thanked in this special way."
For being this week's Wamesit Lanes Person of the Week, the Impink Family receives a gift card to Wamesit Lanes Family Entertainment Center.

Do you know someone who deserves to be honored as Person of the Week? Send their name, along with the reason you think they should be recognized, to Editor Bill Gilman at

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