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Frank James Pascarelli Sr., 89, of Wallingford, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Saturday, January 25, 2020. He was the husband of the late Edna Isner Pascarelli. Frank was born in New Haven, June 11, 1930, son of the late Dominic and Anna (Piscitelli)Pascarelli. Frank was a proud, highly decorated Veteran, having served with both the Marines and the Army branches of the U.S. Military during the Korean and Vietnam wars until his retirement in 1984. In addition, during his retirement years, he held the position of Security Guard at Lyman Hall High School for 14 years. He will be greatly missed by students, faculty and staff (both past and present). Frank is survived by his daughter Cheryl (Pascarelli) LoGuidice of Southington; two sons, Frank Pascarelli Jr. of Wallingford, and David M. Pascarelli of Hamden; his sisters Rose (Pascarelli) Cicarelli of East Haven, and Ann (Pascarelli) Corso of Hamden; brother James (Lynn) Pascarelli of Boca Raton, Florida and Hamden; as well as many nieces and nephews; his three granddaughters, Jennifer LoGuidice of Southington, Renee Pascarelli (Watson) Carl of Woodbridge, and Kristina Pascarelli (Manning) Derrick of Durham; seven great grandchildren: Sebastian, Jake, Brody, Madison, Callum, Jack and Charles. He was predeceased by brother Harry Pascarelli and sister Margaret Pascarelli.

Antonios D. Touttoulos “Tony� “Papa� “Papou�, 66,


Americans are increasingly becoming more interested in all things natural, including burials. With this in mind, more are choosing “green burials� as an eco-friendly means of reducing their carbon footprint. According to a recent survey by the National Funeral Directors Association, nearly 54 percent of Americans are considering a green burial, while 72 percent of cemeteries are reporting an increased demand for such. The extent to which a burial goes green depends on individual preference. The Green Burial Council recommends minimizing negative environmental effects by forgoing embalming, skipping concrete vaults, rethinking burial containers, and maintaining and protecting natural habitat. Working with an experienced funeral director helps carry out planners’ wishes in accordance with local regulations. QUOTE: “I would request that my body in death be buried not cremated; so that the energy content contained within it gets returned to the earth .� - Neil deGrasse Tyson

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of Wallingford, passed away peacefully surrounded by his beloved wife and children, Monday, January 27, 2020 at Smilow Cancer Hospital. He was the loving husband of Jean A. (Reid) Touttoulos for 39 years. “Tony� was born in Pano Arodes Paphos, Cyprus, January 11, 1954, son of the late Demetris and Angeliki Touttoulos. He came to the United States in 1976. In addition to his wife Jean, he is survived by his loving children Angela (Guiseppe) Suppa, Gina (Brian) Choiniere, Liza (John) Mattiace and Demetris Touttoulos; his grandchildren Joseph, Brian, Jordan, Christian, Derek, SilvioJohn and Nina Jean; his siblings Georgoulla, Anna, Paraskevoulla, Poppy and many cousins, nieces and nephews from Canada and Cyprus. He was predeceased by his loving parents and siblings Andreas, Maritza, Penelope, and Chrystalla.

Louise Emily (Buccaro) Musso, 96, of North Haven, passed away

Friday, January 24, 2020. She was the beloved wife of the late Fred C Musso. Louise was born in Bellegarde (Ain) France on September 6, 1923 and was a daughter of the late Marianna Nonis and Italo. Her family moved to the United States in the late 1920s and settled in New Haven, CT. Upon marriage, she moved to Wallingford in 1946. They moved to their home in North Haven in 1976. Recently, she also had an apartment at Benchmark Hamden assisted living center. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Gary F. Musso and Mairead Bray of Hopkinton, MA and grandaughter Lelia Bray-Musso of Boston, MA and several nieces and nephews in the New Haven area. She also has close cousins Luisa and Chessarina Malacart, in Pordenone Italy. Her daughter. Linda Feinstein and family reside in Illinois. She was predeceased by her brother and wife, Italo S Buccaro and and Roberta A. Buccaro as well as Freds’ brothers Edward Musso and Julius Musso.

Joseph John Pallotto, 92, departed this life on January 16, 2020 at Masonic Care Health Center. He was the beloved husband of the late Helen (MacDonald) Pallotto. Joseph was born in Hamden, CT on March 23, 1927, a son to the late Vito and Mary (Carona) Pallotto and resided in Hamden and later Wallingford, CT. In 1944, at 17 years of age, Joseph enlisted in the US Navy and served during WWII aboard the USS Lake Champlain. He is survived by two siblings Mrs. John (Angelina) Bertolini and Mr. John (May) Pallotto both of Hamden. He was predeceased by a son, Dana Pallotto, sister, Mrs. Frank (Victoria) Esposito and brothers, Anthony and Vito Pallotto. His family would like to thank the staff at Masonic Care Health Center for all the attention and care they gave Joseph during his stay.

Floriana Aguzzi, 84, passed away peacefully, Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at Apple Rehab-Laurelwoods in East Haven. She was the wife of Umberto Aguzzi. Floriana was born in Fano, Italy, June 15, 1935, a daughter of the late Everisto Pedini and Laura (Tomassini) Pedini and had been a Wallingford resident for many years. She is also survived by her three children Marisa DeMatteo and her husband Michael of Madison, Claudia White and her husband Christopher of Guilford, and Mauro Aguzzi and his wife Rasha of Massachusetts; her grandchildren Justin, Ryan, and Felicia DeMatteo, Paige and Daniel White, Lara and Joseph Aguzzi; her sister Lidia Baldarelli and her husband Dino of North Haven; her sister-in-law Paola Pedini of Fano, Italy; several cousins, nieces; nephews and extended family. She was predeceased by her brother Terio Pedini. Should friends desire, gifts in memory of Floriana may be sent to Seasons Hospice, 1579 Straits Turnpike, Middlebury, CT. 06762.

Walter L. Jensen, 80, of North

Haven, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at the Willows of Woodbridge. He was the beloved husband of 59 years to Barbara Burke Jensen. Walter was born in New Haven on March 26, 1939 and was the son of the late Allen L. and Ruth E. Carlson Jensen. Father of Kathleen “Kathy� (Cameron) Consalvo and Walter “Chip� L. (Sandra) Jensen, Jr. Beloved grandfather of Megan Gage, Courtney (Chris) Ricketts, Kaitlin (Chandler) Hazelwood and Walter “CJ� L. Jensen III. Loving great-grandfather of Chandler Dane Hazelwood Jr. Predeceased by a brother Allen R. Jensen. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Drive, Wallingford, CT 06492. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.


Lenten Walk

North Haven: Meet us at All Saints Cemetery Mausoleum, beginning Tuesday, February 25 through April 7 at 12:00 noon, as we journey the Way of the Cross for 7 weeks. Meditations written by Br. Paul Miller, ofs fsdm. For more information or to receive an email reminder, call Barbara at (203) 780-8418.


All prayers cost $12 per prayer, per week. The deadline is Wednesday for the following Tuesday’s Issue. Please mail to The Advisor, P.O Box 460, North Haven, CT 06473-0460 or bring in to our office, 83 State Street (Kings Acres), North Haven, with payment, correct initials and code number found in lower left corner of prayer.

Susan Ann Fratantonio Palange, 63, of North Haven, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at Yale New Haven Hospital with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of Rick W. Birkett. Susan was born in New Haven on January 29, 1956 and was the daughter of the late Rocco Fratantonio and Gloria Elietti. Before her retirement she was a realtor for 30 and worked for the former Beasley Realtors which later became Prudential CT. Susan, an artistic and free spirit was a gifted poet and avid reader. She was a passionate and creative jewelry maker and animal lover. Mother of Rochelle King (Nathaniel). Sister of Diane Zarra (Ralph) and the late Virginia Romano. Aunt of Maryrose Romano, John Romano (Amy), Rocco Romano, Anthony Zarra (Mary An), Dianna Moore (Clayton) and Rodney Zarra (Katherine). Should friends desire, Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Animal Haven, Inc. 89 Mill Road, North Haven, CT 06473. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.

Carmela Barba Amendola, 89, of North Haven, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at her home with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of the late Bartholemew Amendola. Carmela was born in Scafati, Italy on February 17, 1930 and was the daughter of the late Giuseppe and Elvira Battaglia Barba. Mother of Ralph Amendola (Donna), Joseph “Pepâ€? Amendola (Maria), Annamarie Amendola, Bartholemew “Bartâ€? Amendola (Dawn), Vincenzo Amendola and Michael Amendola (Christine). Also survived by 17 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sisters Josephine Pragano and Carolina Falanga. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com. PRAYER TO BLESSED VIRGIN 1HYHUNQRZQWRIDLO 2KPRVWEHDXWLIXOĂ RZHU of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splender of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity, Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me, herein you are my mother. Oh Holy, Mary mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in this necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin pray for us who have recourse to thee (3x). Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hands (three times). Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, light all roads so that I can attain my goal, You who gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances in my life you are with me. I want in this short prayer WRWKDQN\RXIRUDOOWKLQJVDQGWRFRQĂ€UPRQFH again that I never want to be separated from you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine. The person must say this prayer 3 consecutive days. After 3 days the request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the favor is granted. #310 D.S.


Happy Birthday To Erma Marino

2-2-1943 to 4-11-2018

In memory of my dear friend on her 77th birthday. Sadly missed by Lydia.

George Anthony Porto Sr., 81, of Wallingford, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at Yale New Haven Hospital/ St. Raphael Campus with his family by his side. He was the beloved husband of 62 years to Jacqueline Wezenski Porto. George was born in Waterbury on October 2, 1938 and was the son of the late Pasquale and Rose Onofrio Porto. He had served in the National Guard. Father of George (Ronda) Porto Jr., John (Karen) Porto, Michael (Terri) Porto, Sharon (Dave) Marchitto and Lisa (Gilbert) Ortiz; grandfather of Nicole (Danielle) Morreggi, John Porto Jr., Rachael Porto, Julian Ortiz, George Porto III and Christina Casul; also survived by his great grandchildren Grace and Noah. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to Make-AWish Foundation, 126 Monroe Tpke. #E, Trumbull, CT 06611. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.

Marilyn E. Boettger, 81, peacefully passed away on January 22, 2020 at MidState Medical Center. She was the beloved wife of the late Gerhard M. Boettger. A loving mother and sister, Marilyn is survived by her daughters Kara Boettger and Lisa Boettger; stepdaughter Gerda Leveille (Patrick); and brother Charles “Bud� Gould (Patricia). She was predeceased by her step-daughter Helga Glynn (Thomas). Should friends desire, memorial donations in Marilyn’s name may be made to the Petit Family Foundation at www.petitfamilyfoundation.org. Services were held at the www.beecherandbennett.com.

Hamden Rotary Club GRANT PROPOSALS SOUGHT FOR LOCAL PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS As part of its on-going com-

Charlotte H. Sova, 78, of Meriden, wife of the late John J. Sova, passed away peacefully on January 26, 2020. She was born in Waterbury on June 28, 1941, a daughter of the late Thomas Hickox and Vallie (Sankey) Hill. She is survived by her sons, John J. Sova, Jr. and his wife, Karen, of Meriden and Kevin Sova of Wallingford; her daughter, Darlene Ferrari and her husband, Frank, of Wallingford; her grandchildren Jack T. Sova and Jennifer Ferrari and KHU¿DQFH%UDQGRQ5DJR6LVWHULQ law Linda Hickox of Wolcott; Brother-in-law Martin Scott of Waterbury; and several nieces and nephews; She was predeceased by her sister, Marjorie Scott, and her brother, Thomas Hickox. Should friends desire, gifts in her memory can be made to the charity of one’s choice.

Thomas Jasudowicz, 74, of North Branford, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Yale New Haven Hospital with his family by his side. He was the beloved husband of Mary Aronson Jasudowicz for 42 years. Thomas was born in New Haven on October 26, 1945 and was the son of the late John and Josephine Jasiorkowski Jasudowicz. Father of Christine Jasudowicz-Corsini (Michael). Grandfather of Alexis Jasudowicz and Gianna Corsini. Brother of John and Florence Jasudowicz and the late Barbara Jasudowicz. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com. mitment to the greater Hamden community, the Hamden Rotary Club Foundation is seeking funding requests for local projects and programs which will further the goals and priorities of Rotary International. These priorities include the areas of hunger, education, the sick, the elderly, and literacy as well as the promotion of ethics and leadership

Robert Laurence Dewey, of Wallingford, passed away on January 25, 2020. He was born in Meriden, CT. He was pre-deceased by his wife, Lorraine Dewey and is survived by his only son, Lawrence Dewey. Should friends desire, donations may be made to the CT Humane Society in Robert’s name.

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Northford Congregational Church CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE FUNDRAISER DINNER The community is encouraged to come and enjoy a delicious corned beef and cabbage dinner to help raise funds for Northford Congregational Church, “A Little Church with a Big Heart.� The dinner at 5:30pm on Saturday, March 14, is limited to 50 people in the church’s social hall. Take-out dinners can be picked up at 4:30pm if ordered in advance. The menu includes corned beef, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, dessert, coffee, and tea. The deadline for reservations and advance payment is Fri., March 7. Adults are $18 and children under age 12 are $10. For reservations and questions, call (203) 234-7794 (Peter) or (203) 484-0794 (Aloha). Checks payable to Northford Congregational Church should be mailed to: Peter Jenkin, 32 Fieldstone Ct., North Haven CT 064732892, before the March 7 deadline. All meals must be paid for in advance. The historic Northford Congregational Church, “A Little Church with a Big Heart,� is located at 4 Old Post Road at the corner of Route 22 & Route 17 in the Northford village in North Branford. Phone: (203) 4840795. Website: www.northfordcongregational.church. Note new email address: northfordcc@gmail.com. Like us on Facebook.


Sons & Daughters of Italy Lodge #2805 ANNUAL DISTINGUISHED SERVICE DINNER TO BE HELD MARCH 15TH Lois Gripp Miller of North Haven The North Haven Sons and passed away peacefully on December 3, 2019. Born on December 29, Daughters of Italy 2805 will be 1928 to the late Mildred and Law- holding their annual Distinguished rence Gripp, she was the wife of the Service dinner on Sun., March 15. late William Miller. An avid reader of The event will take place at Ill Montheology and archeology, a lover of ticello’s Banquet Facility in Meriden music and wildlife, these interests beginning at 1pm. ¿OOHGKHUWLPHLQWKHJROGHQ\HDUV,Q This year the honorees will be the still of the morning, she quietly Nick Mastroianni and MaryJane kept company with her favorite back- Mulligan. The afternoon will feayard brood of wildlife as they waited ture appetizers, a full family style patiently for their fragile friend to ap- meal with a cash bar and music by pear each day, even if it was only to Michael Nigretti as we honor two wave from the window. Having spent outstanding members of our comher youth growing up in Boston, the munity. arts inspired her to pursue training in Tickets for this event are only opera in her younger days. It was her $50.00 per person. To purchase only regret in life that she wasn’t able tickets or become a sponsor, call to be a part of the Met, she loved it Gail Norup at (203) 494-1820 or eso. But life had other plans for her, a mail Gail.norup@yale.edu or Lenny full life, spent with family and friends, chaotic, busy, never quiet, ever com- Ricciardelli at (203) 507-6509 or plete. Lois is survived by her 5 chil- lric56@yahoo.com. dren Cheryl (John) Scarpa, Kathleen Cacioli, Jan (Edward) Bevins, William Miller, and Michael Miller, 6 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Per Lois’ wishes, services will be SULYDWH IRU WKH IDPLO\ ,Q OLHX RI ÀRZers, kindly consider a donation to a charity of your choice or an open act of kindness to a perfect stranger. It is these special benefactions in life that truly lift the spirits of both the giver and the receiver. The North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Avenue, have been entrusted with the arrangements Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.

among Hamden’s youth. Priority will be given to those programs and organizations which show true need for the funds and are aligned with the goals of Rotary. Requests should not exceed $1,500. Grants will be awarded in the spring. Applications must be postponed no later than Feb. 29, 2020. To request an application, send an email to goralbetsy@ aol.com.



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Pictured: Back to Nature, and Blue III, watercolors by Judy Atlas. Hamden: The Hamden Art League will host Connecticut abstract artist Judy Atlas at its February 11, 2020 meeting. Ms. Atlas’s presentation, “Watercolor Techniques and Some Creative Ideasâ€?, will include a discussion and demonstrations of wet-in-wet techniques to help artists get looser in their paintings. She will also demonstrate some fun and innovative ways to apply watercolor paint. Judy Atlas is an abstract artist. Her watercolor and acrylic paintings, and her collages, are interpretations of the patterns, rhythms, colors, shapes and movements found in nature and everyday life. Ms. Atlas has been teaching watercolor painting and collage classes at the Creative Arts Workshop since 1998. She is a member of the City Gallery, 994 State Street in New Haven, and will be having a solo show there in May, 2020. Her work has been included in numerous solo, group, invitational and juried shows in Connecticut. 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Area Craft Fairs, Bazaars, Festivals, Auctions, Rummage, Flea Markets & Tag Sales Tag/Rummage Sales, Thrift Shops NORTH HAVEN BLESSINGS THRIFT SHOP, 201 Quinnipiac Avenue, North Haven. Great Sales. ALL Christmas items 50% off and quite a few decorations, decor and toys left. One mint condition girl’s 2-wheel bike with training wheels, winter coats and jackets. Also blue dot tags are 30% off. Always in need of donations. Call (203) 824-1170 with questions. Church Services at 10:30am.

Upcoming Area Shows CLASSIC SHOWS, LLC will hold a Train and Toy Show on Sun., Feb. 9th, from 9am-2pm at Zandri’s Stillwood Inn, 1074 South Colony Road (Route 5), Wallingford. The hall will be filled with train vendors selling all gauges of trains including HO, S, O, G from companies such as Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, and LGB. Toy vendors will be selling matchbox cars, diecast, dolls, trucks, and many other items. There is certain to be something for everyone with so many vendors from throughout the region. There will be an operating layout and a test track. Admission is $6.00. Children 15 and under are free with an adult. For information, call (203) 926-1327 or visit www.ClassicShows llc.com

Scheduled Bus Trips JOLLY TIME SENIORS 2020 FOXWOODS CASINO TRIPS: Bus leaves the new home of the Annex Club, 554 Woodward Ave., New Haven at 7:45am, leaving Casino at 4:30pm. Rate $25 (Includes Foxwoods Reimbursement Package.) Free Buffet or $10 off other restaurants and $10 Free Slot Play. Casino Dates: March 19, April 16, May 21, June 18, July 16, Aug. 20, Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Nov. 19. Reserve your seats by calling Howard Saroff, (203) 843-0615. 2020 KC AND THE SUNSHINE TRAVELERS TRIPS: Sat., April 18, MGM Casino & Show at the Majestic Theater: $59 pp includes casino bonus of $20 free bet, $10 food bonus & show 9 to 5 plus $3 snack coupon at theater. Thurs., May 14, Dancing Dream Abba Tribute Band - Aqua Turf Club, Plantsville: $96 pp motorcoach or $76 pp drive on own. Price includes show, family style menu. Wed., July 15, All-You-Can-Eat-Lobster - Delaney House, Holyoke, MA: $107 pp. Entertainer Lou Villano presents The Best of Paul Anka, Deluxe Motorcoach and driver gratuity. Mon.-Wed., July 20-22, Saints & Sinners’ Tour: 2 nights at The Wind Creek Bethlehem Casino & Queen Esther at Sight & Sound Theater in Lancaster. $519 pp/per double, $659 pp single, includes Deluxe motorcoach, 2 nights Wind Creek Casino, Casino Bonus: $60 Slot, 2-$20 Food Credits, 1 dinner at Shady Maple Smorgasbord. Reserved seats at Sight & Sound for Queen Esther production plus the viewing of Jacobs Choice, visit to Kitchen Kettle Village, Friendship Tours Escort, Driver & Tour Director’s Gratuity. Deposit: $200 by April 25. Balance: May 30. Tues.-Thurs., Aug. 25-27, Atlantic City Airshow Thunder Over the Boardwalk: 2 nights at Resorts Casino Hotel - $375 pp double, $569 pp single. Price includes hotel, deluxe motorcoach, $25 slot play, $10 food credit, 1 show, 2-$20 meal credits, drivers gratuity. Deposit: $100 pp by June 2. Balance: July 7. Wed., Aug. 26, The Lighthouses of Boston Harbor: $119 pp. Price includes Motorcoach transportation, driver’s gratuity, and 90 minute narrated cruise of 5 Boston lighthouses and lunch at Venezia Restaurant. Menu: Salad, Choice of Baked Haddock or Chicken Parmesan, Potato, Vegetable, Dessert & Coffee. Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, Canyon Country Experience: Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Deadhorse Point State Park, BBQ on Banks of the Colorado River, Arches National Park, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon National Park, Las Vegas, and Route 66 Museum. Cost: $3,249 pp double. Price includes: Flights from Bradley, deluxe motorcoach on tour, Professional Tour Manager upon arrival in Las Vegas, 6 nights 1st class hotels, 6 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 4 dinners, sightseeing & admissions per itinerary. For reservations: Call Karen Forsyth, (203) 281-1769 (home); (203) 887-2967 (cell) or Cathie Martus, (203) 710-9757. HORIZONS TRAVELERS: Atlantic City - Sun. & Mon., April 19 & 20. $125 double occ., $105 triple occ., single occ. rates available. Trip includes Overnight stay at the Tropicana Hotel, 1 meal voucher, Free Casino Slot Play; Day 2 - Resorts Casino, Free Casino Slot Play. Buses leave 8am from Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Ave., Hamden; 2nd stop at Exit 40 - I-95 Commuter Lot, Milford. For more infor, contact: (203) 671-9384 or (203) 231-5637.

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Animal Haven Pet of The Week Meet Bailey! Bailey is a true sweetheart who gets along well with other cats, kids, and dogs. He is friendly, loves to play, and loves to cuddle. He is a beautiful boy with bright eyes and a very soft, black and white tuxedo coat. Bailey’s 5th birthday is soon approaching on Feb. 16th and his birthday wish is a loving home. Please consider granting this deserving boy his wish! He is neutered, current on shots and will make a wonderful pet! Bailey For more information, please call The Animal Haven, at 203-239-2641 or visit the website at www.theanimalhaven.com. The shelter is located at 89 Mill Road in North Haven and is open to the public every Tuesday - Thursday from 4 pm–7 pm, Saturday from 12 pm-4 pm and Sunday from 12 pm–3 pm.

We honestly wish all pictures could be winners (they were all great) but, unfortunately they can’t, which makes the judging extremely difficult. In our opinion the following were the most outstanding. Please feel free to re-submit your entries (if they have not been chosen as a winner in the past) for the next contest.



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Entertainment NORTH HAVEN LIONS 5TH ANNUAL COMEDY NIGHT: Presenting Misgivings on Sat., March 28th, a divine comedy of Belly laughs, Blessings, Blarney and Bingo. Join “Father” Patrick Aloysius Misgivings for his one-man show of stories and one-liners about growing up Catholic. From miracles and marriage counseling to bazaars and birth control, nothing escapes the good “father’s” razor-sharp wit. The $25 admission includes our Taste of North Haven Pizza; bring your own snacks and beverages. The event will take place at the American Legion Hall, Church St., North Haven. Doors open at 6pm; Showtime is 7:30pm. To reserve tickets, mail check payable to North Haven Lions Club Charities to: Alan Sturtz, Treasurer, North Haven Lions Club, 136 Hartley St., North Haven, CT 06473; or contact lionalanhct@gmail.com. All proceeds support our Service Scholarship and Lion’s Charities.

WANTED TO BUY GRASSY HILL AUCTIONS, an Estate Sale, Liquidation, Attic & Basement Cleanout Company is Always Buying and providing services all over Connecticut. These are just a FEW of the things we are looking for: Antiques, Collectibles, Old/ Vintage Toys, Musical Instruments (Saxophones, Trumpets, Violins, Flutes, Clarinets, Trombone & SO MUCH MORE) Advertising Items, Wristwatches (Broken or Not), Pocket Watches, Tools (Machinist, Woodworking, & MORE) Doorstops, Clocks, Oil Paintings, Old Signs, Old Photographs, Old Postcards, Brewery Items, Hunting & Fishing, PEZ Dispensers, Costume Jewelry, Broken Jewelry, Gold & Silver Jewelry, Gold & Silver Coins, Military Items, Swords & Bayonets, Helmets & Patches, Medals & Uniforms, Pocket Knives, Lighters & Pipes, Fountain Pens, Mechanical Pencils, Fraternal Order Items, Religious Items, Industrial Items, Winchester Items, Sikorsky Items, Pratt & Whitney Items, Colt Items, Native American Items, Vintage Electronics, Slot Cars, Toy Trucks, Matchbox & Hotwheels, Barbie’s, Folk Art, Statues, Bronzes, Trains, Cameras, Mid Century Modern Furniture, Straight Razors, Shaving Items, Political Items, Comic Books, Sports Cards & Autographs…& THE LIST GOES ON! So please give us a call at your earliest convince. Grassy Hill Auctions (203) 868-1816; GrassyHill Auctions.com






Cal & Kai “Oh no Mommy, nap time can’t be now, we are having too much fun!” submitted by Alessandra Scutnik

“I’m so comfy chilling out. Cat nap time!” submitted by Debbie Petruzzelli

Winners can pick up All Pets Club Gift Certificates at: The Advisor, 83 State St., North Haven.

The next contest is for February To resubmit the same picture for the February contest, you may do so by calling The Advisor at 203-239-5404.


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Registration for the 2020-2021 school year for children ages 2-6 will be held at:

(Successor to St. Frances Cabrini Daycare and Preschool Learning Center) 90 Chapel Hill Rd, North Haven, CT on the following days: Monday, February 3 & Tuesday, February 4 from 8:00am-1:00pm Wednesday, February 5 & Thursday, February 6 from 1:00pm-4:00pm Saturday, February 8 from 1:00pm-5:30pm We offer the most affordable program and the most academically rigorous curriculum. Come and experience our unique approach. If the dates above are not convenient, please call 203-889-2531 OR 203-239-8012 to schedule an appointment.

Books & Bears!

Hamden: Children ages 2, 3 & 4 are invited (with their own stuffed animal for snuggling) as we read aloud and do a connected learning activity. Free to children ages 2-4. Child must be accompa-

nied by parent. Free gift with attendance. Books & Bears will be held on Thurs., Feb. 13, from 3:304:30pm at K’Tanim Nursery School at Temple Beth Sholom, 1809 Whitney Avenue. RSVP: (203) 499-9321 or HPDLOOEVNWDQLP#JPDLOFRP

Valentines For Veterans From The Children Of St. Therese Nursery School


Children’s Birthday Notices Birthdays celebrated from Sun., Feb. 9, 2020 to Sat. Feb. 15, 2020 MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE BY Wed., Feb. 5, 2020 to appear in our next issue FREE of charge. Digital photos are gladly accepted, but MUST be on &'ÀDVKGULYHRUHPDLOHG NOT printed out. No cell phone photos. FOR SALE: Bike rack, Thule Vertex hitch, brand new $75; (203) 284-0648 FOR SALE: Wire, 12 ga. stranded 250 ft., hi-temp Teflon, 398ºF/200ºC, MilSpec, ag/cu conductor $25; (203) 265-0881

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St. Therese Nursery School January Service Project - Snowman Clothesline

North Haven Public Schools Integrated Early Childhood Program

We are currently seeking typically developing, 3 and 4 year old children to serve as role models for our preschool program located at Green Acres Elementary School for the 2020-2021 school year. Typical role models are an integral part of our program and must have typical developing skills in all areas of development. Strong English language skills are preferred. There are a limited number of spaces. The Early Childhood Program is a NAEYC accredited program with preschool classrooms that focus on social, emotional, physical, language, and cognitive development. The curriculum is aligned with the Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards. Our early childhood staff consists RIFHUWLÂżHG6SHFLDO(GXFDWLRQ7HDFKHUV6SHHFKDQG/DQJXDJH3DWKRORgist, and Paraprofessionals. You must be a North Haven resident for your child to attend the program. There is a monthly fee for all typical role models which is due RQWKHÂżUVWRIHDFKPRQWKOur program has an AM session 8:30-11:10 and PM session 12:20-3:02. Parents must provide transportation for their children. Further information will be provided once your application has been received. All applications can be found on https://greenacres.northhavenschools.org/ under news & announcements. Do not register on line only paper application is needed. Submit Applications to: Julie Belcher at Green Acres Elementary School, 146 Upper State Street North Haven, CT 06473 By February 1st 2020

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North Haven: In preparation for Valentine’s Day our children have been busy making Valentine’s for Veterans! This is an annual service project where our children create valentines for the veterans at the West Haven Veteran’s Hospital. The valentines are given to both the inpatient and outpatient veterans. For the past 19 years we have honored our veterans with this small token of appreciation and love for their service to our country. This program was started by Ann Landers 31 years ago to demonstrate our gratitude for those who serve in a small but impactful way! Please let us know if you are a veteran or know of a veteran that would like a Valentine! We will gladly mail them a Valentine! St. Therese Nursery School families participate in a monthly service project related to children and those in need! We have been serving our community for twenty years through a variety of service projects. We pray that they will become life long givers as a result of starting at such a young age! We are currently accepting registration for the Fall of 2020 for our three year old, four year old, and playgroup programs. Please contact WKHGLUHFWRU0LFKHOH$GLQROÂżDWRUPDGLQROÂż#JPDLO com. Be sure to visit our website at www.sttheresenurseryschool.com for more information on our program and pictures of our other service projects!

North Haven: Our January service project of a “Snowman clothes lineâ€? is in full swing. Each January a clothes line adorned by snowmen is put up in the foyer of our school. Children are asked to bring in hats and mittens for children and adults to be donated to a woman’s VKHOWHU7KHFKLOGUHQXVHWKHLUÂżQHPRWRUVNLOOVWRSLQFKWKHFORWKHVSLQ to hang their donation. This small act of helping others warms not only those in need but the hearts of our children as they learn how good it feels to help others! St. Therese Nursery School families participate in a monthly service project related to children and those in need! We have been serving our community for twenty years through a variety of service projects. We pray that they will become life long givers as a result of starting at such a young age! We are currently accepting registration for the Fall of 2020 for our three year old, four year old, and playgroup programs. Please contact WKHGLUHFWRU0LFKHOH$GLQROÂżDWRUPDGLQROÂż#JPDLO com. Be sure to visit our website at www.sttheresenurseryschool.com Hamden: The Heronettes, a local synchronized swimming team, for more information on our program and pictures of our other service are again offering INTRO TO SYNCHRO classes for school-age projects! swimmers. This next session of ten classes starts February 10 and FOR SALE: 750-1500 watts FOR SALE: Todd Krieg- UXQV0RQGD\VDQG:HGQHVGD\VIURPWRSPDWWKH+DPquartz tower heater, 10 set- er autographed unused, GHQ+LJK6FKRROSRRO QRFODVVHV)HE  6ZLPPHUVZKRWDNH least one session of classes during the year will be invited to pertings, keeps you warm $12 Koho hockey stick, Night- at form with us in our annual Watershow coming up in May. Discover or best offer; call (203) 239- hawks, Whalers, Ducks the Heronettes and enjoy the only sport which combines swimming, 4397 • caps $75 or best offer; dance, and gymnastics! For more info, visit www.heronettes.org.



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1RUWK +DYHQ )XQHUDO Home is offering a bereavement support program designed to help those who have lost a loved one and ¿QGLQJLWGLI¿FXOWWRFRSHZLWK their loss. Hamden Miller Library Sr. Center 2901 Dixwell Ave, Hamden, CT. Wednesdays 6-8PM. There is no charge to participants. Next session begins March 11 – April 29, 2020. )RU LQIRUPDWLRQ FDOO -HDQ 0 +DGOH\ )DFLOLWDWRU   433-4552. Pictured (L-R) Above:+:&+RPHOLIH&RPPLWWHH-XG\)HDWKHUDQG/LQGD %LVKRS -HDQHWWH0XUGRFN &R&KDLUZRPHQ ¿OOLQJWRWHV KDPSHUVIRU1HZ 5HDFK)RXQGDWLRQRight:+:&+RPHOLIHGRQDWLRQVSDFNHG UHDG\WRJR Hamden: On Wednesday, January 22, members of the HWC Homelife &RPPLWWHHYLVLWHGWKH1HZ5HDFK)RXQGDWLRQLQ1HZ+DYHQWRGHOLYHUHLJKW pop-up hampers and eight cleaning totes, plus many additional large shopSLQJ EDJV ¿OOHG WR WKH EULP ZLWK HVVHQWLDOV IRU PDLQWDLQLQJ D FOHDQ KHDOWK\ home environment. Each hamper contained towels, bath mats, tissues, toilet paper, bath soaps, toothbrushes and other personal items. The cleaning totes contained dish soap, paper towels, sponges, and many useful supplies that QHZRFFXSDQWVZLOOGH¿QLWHO\QHHG7KHKXJHVKRSSLQJEDJVSURYLGHGDZLGH variety of extra supplies to help the new occupants of the eight apartments that the New Reach has created for youths, who were formerly homeless and will be learning to live on their own. 7KH1(:5($&+)RXQGDWLRQLVDQRQSUR¿WRUJDQL]DWLRQIRXQGHGE\0DUN and Wendy Wilson in 2000 to help children in need - physically, socially, and ¿QDQFLDOO\7KHIRFXVRI5($&+KDVH[SDQGHGWRLQFOXGHFKLOGUHQZLWKSK\VLFDOVRFLDODQG¿QDQFLDOLVVXHV7KHSULPDU\PLVVLRQRI7KH5($&+)RXQGDtion is to reach out to advocate and help young women in crisis and children in need and to provide programs to improve their environment. Our Hamden :RPDQœV&OXEUHFRJQL]HVDQGVXSSRUWVWKHZRQGHUIXOZRUNWKH\GR:HHQjoyed helping by providing supplies for the new apartments, and we wish them much success. 7KH+DPGHQ:RPDQœV&OXEPHHWVRQWKH¿UVW:HGQHVGD\RIHDFKPRQWK from September to June, from 7-9pm, at the Hamden Miller Memorial Library, 'L[ZHOO$YH LVRSHQWRDOOZRPHQRYHUWKHDJHRILQWKH*UHDWHU New Haven area. 7KH+:&³$*URXSWKDW6KDUHV &DUHV´SURYLGHVVHUYLFHWRRXUFRPPXnity in a great many ways, and it is also a fun way to meet new people, make friends, and share common interests and fun experiences. ,I\RXZRXOGOLNHWRDWWHQGRXUQH[WPHHWLQJRQ:HGQHVGD\)HE ZKHQRXUDQQXDO$576 &5$)761,*+7LVSODQQHGSOHDVHFDOO&DURO1Rble, 203-288-6986, or Pat Trenchard @ 860-637-8433 for more information. Please consider coming to see what special talents many of our members SRVVHVV7KLVLVDOZD\VDORZNH\IXQPHHWLQJ¿OOHGZLWKIXQIULHQGVKLSDQG fabulous food! We hope to see YOU there!

Free Blood Pressure Clinics at Masonicare

Wallingford: Every Wednesday, from 1-3pm, the Outpatient Specialty Clinic at Masonicare Health Center is open to the community, with trained staff on hand to check blood pressure readings at no charge. Checking your blood pressure yourself at home or at the local supermarket is a simple procedure, but a trained technician can get a more accurate reading and help you understand what the results might mean for your overall health and well being. Residents from the community are encouraged to visit the clinic, conveniently located on the Masonicare campus off Route 150 in Wallingford. Once on campus, follow directions to the Sturges Entrance (Wellness Center) and park in visitor parking area E. Enter the building and follow signs to the Clinic. If you have questions or would like additional information, please call the Clinic at (203) 679-5902 or the Masonicare HelpLine at 1-888-6799997.


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Donations of GFWC Women’s Club of North Haven Medical Equipment to Host Blood Drive

The GFWC Women’s Club of North Haven will be hosting a blood drive for the American Red Cross at the Hope Christian Church, 211 Montowese Avenue on Tues., Feb. 4, between 8am and 1pm. Members of the GFWC Women’s Club of North Haven will be there and will supply homemade baked goods and other items for blood donors at the blood drive. Winter is an especially critical time for blood donations which tend to decrease at this time. Right now, there is a critical need for blood in Connecticut! Donations are urgently needed now to help ensure blood types, A, B & O, don’t go missing. Don’t wait until the letters A, B and O go missing from hospital shelves. Blood is needed now! Schedule your critically important appointment today, through the Blood Donor App, at redcrossblood.org and enter North Haven to schedule an appointment, or by calling:

Breastfeeding Support Group February Meeting

Hamden: On Mon., Feb. 10, La Leche League of Hamden/ North Haven will hold its monthly meeting to provide information and support for families interested in breastfeeding. The meeting runs from 9:30-11:30am at Grace & St. Peter’s Episcopal Church (upper level), 2927 Dixwell Ave. (just off Whitney Ave.). Parking lot is directly behind the church. Any newcomers planning to attend - please call or text Marcella, an accredited LLL Leader at (203) 435-8512 or email Leader Alyssa at Alyssa.D@lllct.org or text her at (203) 623-4203 to FRQ¿UP3KRQHKHOSLVDOVRDYDLOable for breastfeeding questions/ concerns. Should there be icy/snowy weather on the morning of the meeting -- please check before

1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-7332767). The Women’s Club of North Haven invites those who wish to make a meaningful contribution to the community to become involved with other like-minded ladies. The GFWC Women’s Club of North Haven is open to women 18 and over who are interested in making a real difference in their community through education and community service projects. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month between September and June at the North Haven Congregational Church. Women who wish to become involved in community service with the GFWC Women’s Club of North Haven should contact Pam Lerner at (203) 281-3090 for additional information. Like us on Facebook at GFWC Women’s Club of North Haven. You may also contact us at gfwcnh@ gmail.com.

coming out. We normally postpone with poor winter weather. The topic of February’s meeting is Finding Answers for Your Breastfeedng Questions. Pregnant women, and mothers and babies are always welcome. In addition to the stated topic, any questions or concerns related to breastfeeding can be discussed. We pay special attention to the needs of pregnant women and families of newborns and adGUHVVWKHLUFRQFHUQVÂżUVW Books, DVDs, and information sheets on pregnancy, breastfeeding and parenting topics are available for borrowing. Find us on Facebook! @lllham dennorthhavenCT. Our page can be found by following the above link or by searching for our username, @lllhamdennorthhavenCT. We invite you to “likeâ€? our page for updates, current breastfeeding information, and our upcoming meeting events!


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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT 10am-11am: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:30pm: Artists’ Studio; Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mahjong; Scrabble. 1:30pm: Pickleball. 2pm: Parkinson’s Fitness Class. 3pm: Gentle Yoga. Friday: 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Zumba Gold. 10am: Beginner Mahjong; Senior Fitnessize. 10am-12:00 noon: Massages. 11am: Strength and Balance. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness. 12:30pm: Pinochle. 1pm: Knit and Crochet; Ping Pong. Subject to Change. We make every effort to reschedule to a later date any event or activity that is changed or cancelled. SPECIAL WEEKLY EVENTS Wed., 2/5: 9am: AARP Driver Course. 12:30pm: Military Whist. Thurs., 2/6: 10am: Hospitality Committee. Fri., 2/7: 12:30pm: Movie: Downton Abbey. 1pm: Foot Clinic. Mon., 2/10: 9am: Reiki. 9:30am: iPad Users Group. 1:15pm: Great Courses DVD Series. 1:30pm: Financial Q&A. 2pm: Hearing Services. Tues., 2/11: 10am: Guided Imagery; Q&A Wlfd. PD.


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2I¿FHRI6RFLDO6HUYLFH7KDQNV +ROLGD\3URJUDP'RQRUV 3DUWLFLSDQWV North Branford:7KLV2I¿FHRI6RFLDO6HUYLFHZRXOGOLNHWRH[WHQG thanks and praise to all the community members that generously participated as donors during the holiday program. These donors were not solicited. Each called and wanted to participate, each person chose to do this because they wanted to. This RI¿FHLVJUDWHIXODQGDSSUHFLDWHV\RXUJHQHURVLW\DQGWKRXJKWIXOQHVV This is a giving community that has historically and continue to embrace the community with time, effort, generosity and grace.  ,Q DGGLWLRQ WR GRQRUV WKLV RI¿FH ZRXOG OLNH WR WKDQN &DURO\Q )DOcigno and Caitlin Roshka, educator with North Branford High School Life Skills Program and the students for setting up the Christmas tree. Ann Marie McCarthy, Director of the Family Resource Center, teachers and students for creating ornaments and decorating the tree in the Social Service lobby. The North Branford Police Department Staff for allowing the site to be a drop off for Toys for Tots. Jerry Fucci for volunteering his time to pick up and drop off toys. The Public Works Staff for setting up signs for Toys for Tots picking up new bicycles for the program from Wishing Wheels Bike Program. St. Mary’s High 6FKRRO$OXPQL5XWK&DUUROO2U¿FHIRUVHWWLQJXSWR\V.HUU\%RXJKWRQ for helping to move all the Christmas decorations and tree. Parks & Rec. and Senior staff for their help. The Family of Amanda Gargiulo; Second Grade Jerome Harrison Students; Mrs. Aiken, Second Grade Educator, Jerome Harrison School; Knights of Columbus, St. Ambrose Parish, Council 6801; Damian DeNegre, 4th Degree Knights of Columbus; Gary Johnson, Recorder, Knights of Columbus; Wayne Humphrey, Deputy Grand Knight, Knights of Columbus; Dave Coombs,Trustee, Knights of Columbus; Network Electric and Security Company; Henry FernanGH] 7KH 2U¿FH )DPLO\ 6W$QGUHZV &KXUFK /HVOLH :LOOLDPV &\Qdie Baker, Operations Manager, St. Ambrose Parish; Fran Beaumont Family; Gerry Moyer; Fire Company #4; Laura Burick; Fire Co # 1; John DelFino, Vice Chairman; Louis Romano, Chairman, Fire Co #1; Evergreen Woods Staff; Jaclyn Martinelli, Evergreen Woods, Care Services Administrator; Empire Services; Victoria Lanza Family; Nina Burkhardt Family; Giovanna Lavorgna; Eddie Prunier; Wishing Wheels Organization; John and Sarah DellaVentura; Wishing Wheels Bike Drive; Jessica DellaCamera; Fran Merola, Director of Public Works; Dept of Public Works Staff; North Branford Police Department Staff; All Donors to Toys for Tots; Lea Campagna; North Branford High School Life Skills Students; Caitlin Roshka; Family Resource Center Students; Cecile Stone, Honeywell Corporation; Honeywell Corporation Staff; Sara and Scott Monde; Nancy Brigano Family; Delrocco Family; Nichole Gomez; Joe Cecarelli; Roberta and Marissa Romano; Amanda Reynolds and Mosier Family; Ron and Joann Colavolpe.

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FEBRUARY 2020 WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Monday: 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Tai Chi for Health. 9:30am: Texas Hold’em. 10am: Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Canasta; Chorus. 11am: Zumba Gold. 11:15am-12:45pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:00 noon: Art Appreciation. 12:30pm: Arthritis Exercise Class. 1pm: Cards/Nickel-Nickel. 1:30pm: Tap Class. 2:30pm: Let’s Play Powerball. Tuesday: 9am-10am: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Morning Total Fitness. 9:30am: Ballroom Dance Lessons. 10am: Gentle Exercise; Tuesday Dance Party. 11am: Strength and Balance. 11:15am-2:15pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness. 12:30pm: Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mahjong; Quilting. 2pm: Parkinson’s Fitness Class. 3pm: Parkinson’s Drumming Class. Wednesday: 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Setback; Tai Chi for Health. 10am: Tap Dance; Rummikub. 11:15am-12:45pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:30pm: Arthritis Exercise Class. 1pm: Cribbage. 1:30pm: Current Events; Tai Chi. 2:30pm: Tai Chi for Beginners. Thursday: 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Morning Total Fitness. 10am: Bible Discussion; Gentle Exercise; Thursday Dance Party; Virtual Bowling.

Tues., 2/4: 9am: Ceramics; No Computer Class. 10am: Knitting/ Crochet Class. 10:30am: Beginner Chair Yoga. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Mahjong. 12:45pm: Oil Painting. 1:15pm: Senior Songsters. Wed., 2/5: 9am: Oil Painting. 9:15am: Moving for Better Balance. 9:30am: Fitness Fun. 10am: Paint Flower Pots & Plant Seeds w. ACES Mill Academy. 10:30am: Moving for Better Balance. 12:00 noon: Mahjong. 12:30pm: Intermediate Bridge. 1pm: Bingo Returns. Thurs., 2/6: 8am: Pinochle. 9am:

North Haven Seniors Hat And Mitten Tree

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Ceramics; Conversational Canadian French Hour with Marlene. 10am: Paul Mitchell School - Manicure & Hand Massages. 10:30am: Line Dancing. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Open Game Play. 1pm: Drawing Class - New. Fri., 2/7: 9:15am: Moving for Better Balance. 9:30am: Scrabble;

Fitness Fun. 10:30am: Moving for Better Balance. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:00 noon: Setback.. 12:15pm: Intermediate Bridge. 1pm: Bingo - “Wear Red Day� *Wear Red to receive 1 free Bingo Card. See our Senior Center Newsletter on-line at www.town.north- haven. ct.us.

Nick Mastroianni To Be Honored By The Sons And Daughters Of Italy At 2020 Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner

North Haven: Nick Mastroianni is well known around North Haven for all the wonderful things he has done for the North Haven Community, volunteering for many events and organizations around North Haven. Nick belongs to the Knights of Columbus Council 3605 of Hamden, he belongs to the American Legion, has helped and judged many events, especially art, at the North Haven Fairgrounds. Nick is a great puzzle maker and has won contests FRPLQJLQÂżUVWSODFHLQDYHU\IDVW time, he is also a great carpenter, where he has used his great skills to help anyone who needs his help. The Sons and Daughters of Italy is with great pleasure to honor such a wonderful man. The dinner is being held on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at II Monticello Banquet Facility 577 Broad Street, Meriden Ct. from 1:00pm 5:00pm, $50 per person. Anyone who knows Nick and would love to attend this wonderful event,

Nick Mastroianni get in touch with the Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge 2805 P.O. Box 193, North Hasven, Ct. 06473 by February 17th, 2020. Story by Nick Mastroianni and Jo-Ann Buccetti. Photo by Jo-Ann Buccetti.

The Wallingford Garden Club Will Host Michael Russo

North Haven: The Senior Center took the ornaments off the Christmas tree and transformed it into their 2020 Outreach Project, making it a Hat and Mitten Tree. Throughout the month of January, seniors donated warm items such as hats, gloves/mittens and scarves. These will be donated to our area homeless shelter. A round of applause to all the Seniors for making a difference for those less fortunate.

Wallingford: The Wallingford Garden Club will meet February 11 at 11:30 am at the First Congregational Church in Wallingford, 23 South Main Street. The luncheon features VDQGZLFKHVÂżQJHUIRRGVGHVserts and beverages. Guest fee is $5 and this is open to the public. Following the luncheon, there will be a short business meeting. The guest speaker will be Michael Russo, owner of Trout Lily Farm in Guilford. He is a UCONN Master Gardener and member of CTNOFA. He is an RUJDQLFIDUPHUDQGĂ€RUDOGHVLJQHU7KLVLVVXUHWRLQVSLUHXVWRJURZĂ€RZHUV KHUEVYHJHWDEOHVDQGJRXUGV3LFWXUHGLVRQHRIKLVĂ€RUDOGHVLJQV The Wallingford Garden Club is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of CT., Inc. and the National Garden Clubs, Inc. Visit the Wallingford Garden Club on Facebook.


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ELECTRICAL SERVICES GZ ELECTRIC: Reliable and affordable work, from lights and outlets to generators and more. Lic. #0199713. Call anytime, (203) 641-0741. CFS ELECTRIC, LLC: All phases of electrical work. No job too small. Fully licensed & insured. (CT Lic. #186688) Free estimates and friendly service. (860) 398-1000. AIR COMPRESSORS, MINI EXCAVATORS, SCISSOR LIFTS, Trenchers, Wood Chippers, Rototillers, Pressure Washers, Broom Lifts & more. Equipment Rental & Sales, (203) 2309901. www.equipmentrentalct.com


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VFW POST 591, WALLINGFORD is offering a Hall Rental Special on Monday-Thursday. 4 hours for any occasion only $125.00. Hall Rentals are also available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with discounts for Military and First Responders. For the Towns of Wallingford and North Haven we offer the Hall, free of charge, Monday-Thursday for Community Service events and Fundraisers (depending on availability). Please contact the Hall Manager, Les Forbes, at (203) 443-9487 for details.

HANDYMAN NICK THE HANDYMAN: No job too big or too small, we do it all. (203) 500-1066 or (203) 269-2498. Lic. #HIC 0638465. EXPERIENCED - ALL WORK & REPAIRS: Yard cleanup, painting, carpentry, power washing, gutter cleaning, unclog pipes and drains. Also clean attics and basements. Call (203) 467-1234.



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REPAIR WORK, SMALL JOBS, Carpentry, Sheetrock & Finishing, Wall & Ceiling repairs. Free estimates. Insured. HIC #0647093. Now accepting MC & Visa. Call Bill, (203) 901-2136. CUSTOM DESIGN & REMODELING BY VACCARO since 1996. Bathroom renovation, kitchens, trimwork, custom display and bookcases, entertainment centers and more. Lic. #549819. Fully insured. Call (203) 239-5760.

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JUNK REMOVAL WE HAUL AWAY one item or a truck load. Reasonable rates. Neat and prompt. Gregoryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hauling, over 20 years. (203) 235-6210.

LANDSCAPING PERFECT LANDSCAPING, LLC: Complete landscaping, Fall cleanups, plantings, dethatching, seeding, custom waterscapes, walkways, patio and retaining walls, fertilizer programs. Two Free Cuts with Full Maintenance Contract. Free estimates. Commercial/Residential. No job too big or small. Fully insured and licensed. Backhoe available upon request. Call Anthony at (203) 239-2382. Reg. #572716- Dep. B1613. JUNK REMOVAL & MORE: Fall cleanup. Brush removal and yard cleanup. Free estimates. 10% off. Call (203) 535-9817 or (860) 575-8218. We service all of CT. COMPLETE LANDSCAPING, LLC: Complete lawn care, Fall cleanup, seeding, waterscapes, walkway, patios, planting, PXOFKLQJKHGJHWULPPLQJ)UHHÂżUVWFXWZLWKVHDVRQFRQWUDFW Licensed and fully insured. Commercial/Residential. Call Bobby for your free estimate, (203) 824-2162.

LAWN SERVICES VK PROPERTY PRESERVATION, LLC: Complete Lawn Care, Fall & Spring Cleanup, Mulching, Hedge & Bush Trimming. Commercial/Residential. Free Estimates. Call John, (203) 626-1230.

PAINTING SERVICES JIM KENNEDY PAINTING: Interior, exterior, wallpapering. Insured. Power washing. (203) 288-6057. Reg. #0621006. TCB ENTERPRISES painting contractors. Interior, exterior painting, popcorn ceilings, plaster repairs, aluminum siding repaint. Free estimates, fully insured, senior discounts. Terry, (203) 288-8203. Reg. #568568. BARLETTAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PAINTING: 30 yrs. experience, interior & exterior. Call for free estimates. Insured. Senior discount offered. No job too big or small! Lic. #572311. (203) 676-9070, cell. DACOSTA PAINTING: Providing all aspects of exterior and interior painting since 2005. Fully insured. HIC #0606596. Based in Hamden, serving New Haven county. Call Mike, (203) 466-2223. Visit us at www. dacostapainting.com KENDRICK PAINTING: Experienced painter seeks interior painting and wallpapering work. Finest quality work at very affordable prices. Free estimates, senior discounts, references, fully insured. Call Charlie, (203) 376-6628, (203) 271-9287. Lic. #562711. JC PAINTING: Now is the time to call for great savings on interior painting and staining projects. Senior and Veterans discount. Free estimates & insured. HIC #0651932. (203) 439-1403, ask for Joe.


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ROOFING CHAMPION CO. ROOFING, LLC: Flat roofs, shingles, slate, gutters, chimneys, all type repairs. Over 40 years experience. License #0629828. (203) 777-4183.

RUBBISH REMOVAL/HAULING A & R CLEAN-OUT-SERVICE: We clean out entire estates, attics, garages, basements and businesses, one item or all. Our company will not only clean out unwanted items, but we have the manpower and equipment to accept demolitions as well. We are prompt and reliable at a reasonable price. Discount on salvageable items. â&#x20AC;&#x153;No job too small or large.â&#x20AC;? Call (203) 281-6387. A #1 RUBBISH REMOVAL: No job too small. Discount rates for all seniors. Call (203) 997-6523.

SEPTIC/SEWER SERVICES SIOHOLM EXCAVATION: B-100A compliance. Repairs, Inspections, New Installations. Engineered systems. Septic Lic. #05331. Sewer installations & repairs, lateral extensions, root removal & cleaning, new installations. All work & materials guaranteed. 25+ years experience. Lic. #P-7 278805. Call (203) 239-3838, anytime.


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EXPERT TREE REMOVAL: Tree removal, chipping, lots cleared, stump removal. Tree climbing experts. Free estimates, fully insured. Steve McLean, (203) 248-7326, (203) 506-4655. EZ TREE & BRUSH REMOVAL: Tree and shrub removal, brush chipping, stump grinding. Prompt service. Free Estimates. Licensed and Insured, #583726. Reasonable. Bruce, (203) 671-8180, cell; (203) 272-1396. DeNISI TREE SERVICES: Pruning, trimming, tree removal, stump grinding. Seasonal rates. Free estimates. Licensed and Insured. Call Rob, (203) 288-5118. Lic. #62724. BRUSH & TREE REMOVAL: Also leaf cleanup and extra if needed. Call Nick, (203) 500-1066, also (203) 269-2498.


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WATERPROOFING BASEMENT WATERPROOFING: Install a permanent de-watering system without the need of pumps. 32 years experience. Lots of references. Fully insured. Registered & Licensed for storm water removal. Quality work. HIC #550872, #P-7 278805. Wm. Sioholm Excavating Co., (203) 239-3838.



&<&/( &<&/((1*,1(6 Snow blowers, Chainsaws and many more. Pickup/delivery available. Sales also located in Wallingford, (475) 201-9001. NICK THE HANDYMAN: Snow removal. Residential. Serving Wallingford, North Haven and Hamden. Call (203) 500-1066 or (203) 269-2498. SNOWPLOWING - CALL NOW: Residential, Commercial, 24 hour service. Reliable, insured and very experienced. North Haven area, salt & sanding also. (203) 239-9801. VK PROPERTY PRESERVATION, LLC: Residential snow removal, serving Northford, North Haven, Wallingford, parts of Hamden. Call or text John, (203) 626-1230.


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PLUMBING & HEATING WALLINGFORD PLUMBING & HEATING: Water Heater Specials - 40 gallon gas $950; 50 gallon electric $900. Prompt service on all repairs and new installations. Water heaters, boilers. Free estimates. Licensed and insured. (203) 269-6175. Lic. #280395. ROUSSEAU PLUMBING & HEATING: Small to large plumbing & heating jobs. Over 8 years of service in the New Haven area. Lic. #282011. (203) 288-9090.


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WANTED TO BUY WANTED: OLD FURNITURE, Collectibles, glassware, pottery, silver, linens, jewelry, toys, frames. Anything old or unusual. Call (203) 641-0307.

WATER TESTING - LABORATORY HOMEOWNERS WITH PRIVATE WELLS: Avoid health risks due to potential bacterial contamination of your drinking water. Call Aqualogic at (203) 248-8959. Lic. #PH0454.

WELDING SMALL WELDING REPAIRS, FABRICATIONS from drilling or tapping a thread, to welding a lawn mower handle, to machining a bushing, to fabricating a bracket, or even repetitive job shop welding on a rotary positioner. Often itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the small things that can present bigger issues. If I can help, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be happy to. All types of welding, TIG, MIG, Stick, Plasma cutting. Steel, cast iron or aluminum. Lathe and milling operations also. Retired welder, hobby shop, very reasonable. Call Joe, (203) 288-5832.


For Sale - Rentals Vacations REAL ESTATE WANTED WE BUY HOUSES. Any condition. Any situation. Any area. We pay market value. Call (203) 915-5223.

GARAGE RENTALS NORTH HAVEN - QUIET SIDE STREET near center of town. Two bays available February 1st for storage. Safe and secure location. Perfect for car storage. (203) 444-3462.

New Haven Sail & Power Squadron SEAMANSHIP/BOAT HANDLING COURSE Offered by New Haven Sail & Power Squadron, part of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boating ClubÂŽ, starts Tues., March 17, 2020 at 6:30pm for nine weeks, at Bradford Manor Firehouse, 85 George St., East Haven. Cost: Members $80, Nonmembers $100. Information/registration: Past Commander Art Andrea, (203) 641-0954 or email: andreaa112@ comcast.net. Sign-up deadline: March 10, 2020. The Seamanship (Boat Handling) course contains material applicable to both power and sail, covering such topics as the construction and functioning of a boat, the skipperâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s responsibilities, preparing the boat for use, handling and maneuvering a vessel under various conditions in close quarters and on the open water, rules of the road, anchoring, emergencies, and marlines pike/basic knots. New Haven Sail & Power Squadron (NHSPS) is a 501(c)(3) QRQSURÂżW HGXFDWLRQDO RUJDQL]Dtion dedicated to making boating safer and more enjoyable by teaching classes in seamanship, navigation, and related subjects. For information on NHSPS go to: www.nhsps.org.

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES PART-TIME CEMETERY GROUNDSKEEPER for morning YOUR CAR CAN SAVE LIVES Your boat, truck, RV, or motorwork. Varied duties include: perform burials, maintain grounds and equipment, foundation work. Inquire: (203) 269-9840, be- cycle could, too. Donate your vehicle to The American Lung Astween 8am and noon daily.

HELP WANTED PART-TIME MATURE, RELIABLE WOMAN to assist elderly woman with lunch, dinner, in local facility. References. (860) 614-1664. RANCH HAND WANTED: Care for farm animals and muck stalls. Other farm work. Must have own transportation and valid CT driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. Must have working cell phone and be available to work on weekends. Call (475) 222-6011.

POSITIONS WANTED CNA WITH 20+ YRS. EXPERIENCE will care for your elderly with TLC. Willing to work days, eves, nights. Hamden, West Haven, New Haven, North Haven areas. (203) 901-3570. COMPANION HEALTH AIDE looking for part-time morning work caring for an elderly client. Call (203) 850-8482; email: louisewiggin219@yahoo.com

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sociation of New England today by calling 1-877-LUNG or log on to www.donateyourcar.org. Every vehicle can help combat lung disease. Lung disease is the third leading cause of death in the United States, and the number one killer of babies in the world. The American Lung Association has been your local lung health charity for over a century. Help drive out lung disease for good! Call 1-877-LUNG now! The American Lung Association of New England is part of the American Lung Association, the oldest voluntary health organization in the U.S. Established in 1904 to combat tuberculosis, our mission today is to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. The focus is on air quality, asthma, tobacco control, and all lung disease. For more information, please visit: www.lungne.org.


Donate Your Car

Donate your car, truck or van and help raise funds for a local private school. FREE, FAST, TOW AWAY. Running or Not Running. Can be used for a charitable tax deduction. Call Charter Oak Education dba Sterling Education at (860) 643-1100.



WANTED: Cash paid for any SUMMER SLIPS FOR BOATS under 20 ft. at $50 LF, QuinToyota, any condition, run- QLSLDF5LYHU0DULQD)LUVWFRPH¿UVWDYDLODEOHRIILISDLG ning or not, crashed ok. Will in full. (203) 777-3625. consider other makes and models. (203) 600-4431

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3rd Marine Division Association Seeking Members The Third Marine Division Association invites anyone who served with/or in direct support of the 3rd Marine Division at any time to join our association. For a membership application or more information, please contact Ray Kelley at (508) 4599937 or mgkm60@yahoo.com.

CASH FOR CARS We buy cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, campers, trailers, RVs

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RUNNING OR NOT And get a Tax Deduction TO PARTNERSHIP CENTER FOR ADULT DAY CARE Call Toll Free (have title with you) 1 (877) CARS-4-US Ext.1089 Cars, Boats, Trucks, RVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Motorcycles, Snowmobiles, Vans, Jet-skis, Motor-homes, and even Buses


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Cars, Boats, Trucks, Motorcycles, RVs Snowmobiles, Vans, Jet-skis, Motor-homes, and even Donate your used vehicles- Buses. RUNNING or NOT and get a tax Call toll free (have title with deduction to Partnership Center you), 1-(877)-CARS-4-US, ext. for Adult Day Care. 1089.



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