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Kristin Ingersoll February 17, 2012 at 03:27 pm
Many thanks to the volunteers! These caps are just wonerful! May God bless each and every one ofRead More you.
Harriet P Lineberger February 28, 2012 at 08:53 pm
Please let me know how I can get the pattern and instructions for the caps. My email address isRead More caddylady@charter.net
Sharon M Lieber November 22, 2011 at 09:21 pm
Please note that four more families were added by Social Services today, Tuesday, November 22nd. ItRead More is easy and rewarding to take a child on the list and buy the clothes. In addition, if anyone knows of a family in need encourage them to contact Social Services at 203 262-0653. The Southbury Needy Fund works with the Town's Social Services Director, but is a private non-profit organization. We have the resources to make sure that every Southbury family in need have plenty of presents for their children on Christmas morning.
Greg Kuehn September 22, 2011 at 07:28 pm
Sorry to be the safety curmudgeon, but I hope Trooper Artes will be using some type of appropriateRead More fall protection. No need for an accident in the course of, what is, a wonderful and creative fundraiser.
barbara May 14, 2011 at 03:44 pm
Not mentioned in the article are also some trails in Monroe that are part of the CFPA PaugussettRead More trail.
Larry Deming May 14, 2011 at 06:55 pm
The Aspetuck Valley Trail in Newtown and Redding connects with Huntington State Park -- we areRead More blessed.
Dave Bonan May 14, 2011 at 07:12 pm
Still River Greenway in Danbury off Eagle Road. One entrance behind Kimchuk at 1 Corporate Drive andRead More the other behind the Marriott. The new Farrington Property, 292 acres, includes old carriage and forest roads with Sanford's Pond; the headwaters of the Still River.
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