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REFUSE COLLECTION: LINCOLNâ€™S AND WASHINGTONâ€™S BIRTHDAY The North Haven Public Works-Field Operations wishes to advise all North Haven residents that the Refuse and Recycling collection for Mon., Feb. 12 and Mon., Feb. 19, Lincolnâ€™s and Washingtonâ€™s Birthday will be UNCHANGED. The Transfer Station on Universal Drive is closed on Mondays and will be open as usual, Tuesday through Saturday, 7am12:45pm. The Recycling Center on Elm Street will be open on Monday. The Recycling Centerâ€™s normal hours are Monday through Friday, 8am-11:45am and Saturday, 8am-1:45pm.
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North Haven Earth Day will be celebrated on Sat., April 7, 10am2pm at North Haven High School. If you are an environmentalist, a lover of the planet or have ideas and/or creations with recycled items, please contact Ray Sola at email: raymondwsola@gmail. com by March 16 if you would like to participate. The Conservation Committee will consider what you have to offer. This event is a fun day for children and adults alike. This is no cost to participate.
Garden Club Presents â€œWho is the Sleeping Giantâ€?
The North Haven Garden Club will hold a meeting on Thurs. February 8, 7:30pm at the North U \ Congregational Church, H HOURS: Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9-5pm; Thurs. 9-7pm; Sat. 9-3; Closed Sun. & Mon. Z Haven 28 Church Street, across from the Green, featuring â€œWho is the Sleeping Giantâ€? by Julie Hulten. NORTH HAVEN Julie serves on the Board of DiRECREATION rectors of the Sleeping Giant Park Association as its CommuDEPARTMENT nity Outreach Chair. She is also a For information call: member of the North Haven His(203) 239-5321 ext. 530 torical Society: Archivist. Rec Info Line: (203) 234-2535 5HVLGHQWLDO6SHFLDOLVWV Julieâ€™s program will tell the stoMENâ€™S OPEN BASKETBALL ry of the Sleeping Giant and will 18 & OLDER WE WELCOME INSURANCE CLAIMS provide us with insights related to Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6:30- the history of The Giant, a popuAND PROVIDE INSPECTIONS AND 9:30pm, Ridge Road School. lar Hamden park. Hereâ€™s a little Feb. 6, 8, 13, 15, 22, 27 FULL EXTERIOR REPORTS info about the Giant: Two miles of Mar. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 mountaintop resembling a large Lic.# 0648365 April 3, 5. man lying in repose, the â€œsleep(203) & Insured North Haven Residents - ing giantâ€? is a popular feature of The Supervisor at the gym will the south central Connecticut ask participants for PROOF OF FOR SALE: Step 2 stur- WANTED: Antique country RESIDENCY. Those working full skyline. A 1Â˝ mile scenic trail leads to the stone observation dy kitchen combo, table, store items, old tins, bins, time in the Town of North Haven tower on the peak of Mt. Carmel fridge, stove, microwave signs, boxes or anything must show PROOF OF EMPLOY- which provides an excellent view oven, good cond. $75; (203) related; (203) 915-7662 of Long Island Sound and the â€˘ MENT. Dates are subject to change New Haven area. In 1924 Sleep376-0400 FOR SALE: Duck decoys, without notice if the Gym is needing Giant was designated as a FOR SALE: Man cave items: assorted types, solid and state park. Coca-Cola/Calvert Extra LQĂ€DWDEOHDERXWÂłELUGVÂ´ ed for school functions. $GGLWLRQDOLQIRUPDWLRQRQĂ€LHUV The meeting is open to the wall clock $25; (203) 239- $35 negotiable; (203) 397- at Recreation Center. public for a $5 guest donation. 4397 â€˘â€˘ 5188 For more information, contact Maryanne at (203) 239-0348. Hostesses for the evening are Mary Cameron, Italia Avitable and Maryann Angelopoulos with table arrangement by Gerri Giordano. The North Haven Garden Club is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of CT, New England Garden Club and the National Garden Clubs, Inc.
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North Haven: The North Haven Garden Club will have a meeting on February 8th at the North Haven Congregational Church on 28 Church st, across from the Green at 7:30pm featuring â€œThe Resort Era at Sleeping Giantâ€? by Julie Hulten. Julie serves on the Board of directors of the sleeping Giant Park Association as its Community Outreach Chair. She is also a member of the North Haven Historical Society: Archivist. Julieâ€™s program will be on â€œThe Resort Eraâ€? which will provide us with insights related to the history of the â€œsummer cabinsâ€? at Sleeping Giant Park. Hereâ€™s a little info on the Giant- Two miles of mountaintop resembling a large man lying in repose, the â€œsleeping giantâ€?, is a popular feature of the south central Connecticut skyline. A 1 1/2 mile scenic trail leads to the stone observation tower on the peak of Mt. Carmel which provides an excellent view of Long Island Sound and the New Haven area. In 1924 Sleeping Giant was designated as a state park. The meeting is open to the public for a $5.00 guest donation. For more information contact Pat B at 203-281-6943. Hostesses for the evening are Mary Cameron, Italia Avitable and Maryann Angelopoulos with table arrangement by Gerri Giordano. The North Haven Garden Club is a member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, New England Garden Clubs and The National Garden Clubs, Inc.
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MILITARY WHIST PARTY TO BENEFIT SHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The North Haven Sons and Daughters of Italy, Lodge #2805, is holding a Military Whist Party on Fri., March 9. Coffee and, will be served starting at 6:30pm. Admission is $10, with proceeds EHQHÂżWWLQJ WKH /RGJHÂśV 5HJLRQDO Scholarship Program. The Lodgeâ€™s Regional Scholarship is open to graduating public high school students of Italian heritage from North Haven, Hamden, Wallingford and North Branford, who wish to further their education at any collge, university or trade school. Applications may be found in WKHVFKRROÂśV*XLGDQFH2IÂżFHDQG on the Lodgeâ€™s website at www. northhavenlodge2805.club. For more information, please contact David Dâ€™Aniello, Scholarship Chair at (203) 234-7636.
hold its next meeting on Tues., February 6, 7pm at Hope Christian Church, 211 Montowese Ave. This meeting will feature a video on portrait photography, with a possible Q & A session afterwards. North Haven Camera Club welcomes new members at all biweekly Tuesday meetings. The &OXERIIHUVZRUNVKRSVÂżHOGWULSV and competitions at all skill levels. For more information about North Haven Camera Club, visit the Clubâ€™s website at North HavenCameraClub.com.
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Pictured Above: Henry Bessonett, Alice Bessonett, Sue Iverson, Bob Iverson, and Bill Duncan posing in front of the Iversonsâ€™ Rising Sun Tavern. Right: Bill Duncan, .DWK\3UHQWLVVDQG+HQU\%HVVRQHWWÂżULQJ a Revolutionary War era musket. North Haven: The North Haven Historical Society and Museums sponsored its ÂżUVWIXQGUDLVHUIRUWKH0DUWKD&XOYHU+RXVH Restoration Fund. The Rising Sun Tavern was open to the public at the start of the holiday season, and all donations made that day were deposited to the restoration fund. A highlight of the open house was a visit by members of the Fifth Connecticut Regiment, a recreated New England Continental regiment. According to their website, they â€œare dedicated to educating the public on the role the State of Connecticut and its citizens played in the creation of these United States through the display of uniforms, camp life, tactics, crafts, weapons and accouterments of the period.â€? The group was represented by Bill Duncan, who acted as a British soldier, Henry Bessonett, who played the Tavernâ€™s innkeeper and a colonial soldier, and Alice Bessonett, who represented the innkeeperâ€™s wife. Approximately 120 people attended the event, and $800 was collected. Thank you, everyone! The Town of North Haven owns and has been restoring the Martha Culver House, a nineteenth-century Greek Revival home located on Quinnipiac Avenue. The structure was willed to the town when the last memEHURIWKH&XOYHUIDPLO\0DUWKD&XOYHU6PLWKGLHGLQ7KHSURSHUW\KDVVLQFHSURYLGHGVSDFHIRUDÂżUH KRXVHDQGEDOOÂżHOGVDQGWKHKRPHKDVEHHQXVHGDVDOLEUDU\E\WKHWRZQ5HFHQWO\WKHWRZQKDVDOORZHG the North Haven Historical Society to use the home as a museum. While the town has completed exterior renovations and structural repairs, the society plans to use the money from the restoration fund to complete interior painting and other cosmetic work needed to improve the museum. When completed, the home will once again be open to the public and used as an educational resource for North Haven students. Please consider donating to the restoration fund - checks may be sent to: North Haven Historical Society and Museums Martha Culver House Restoration Fund 27 Broadway North Haven, CT 06473. You can also get rid of all that change piling up on your bureau; Connex Credit Union is donating all fees charged to the restoration fund when coins are cashed in through March 2018. The Credit Union is located at 412 Washington Avenue in North Haven. If you have questions about the Historical Societyâ€™s projects or upcoming events, please call 203-2397722, or email email@example.com for more information - weâ€™re always happy to hear from you!
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Private Lessons Pictured (L-R): Rotary members Frank Buono, Rich Anderson, Anita Anderson, Lu Ann Buono, Claudia Giulletti, Jim Giulletti, Isabel Alvarez, and Mabel Lines. North Haven: Rotary Club members volunteering their time at St. John Episcopal Church on 3 Trumbull Place North Haven. Every Friday night at 6pm a great meal is served for a small donation of one GROODU(YHU\RQHJHWVWRJHWKHUÂżUJRRGFRQYHUVDWLRQVODXJKVDQGDJUHDWPHDO7KDQNVWRWKHYROXQWHHUV they cook, serve food and drinks with a smile. Everyone has an enjoyable night out. Photo and text by Jo-Ann Buccetti
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North Haven Memorial Library February Programs for Adults
To register for a program at North Haven Memorial Library (17 Elm St.), call (203) 239-5803 or online at Northhavenlibrary. net. Programs are free to all except where fees are noted. Millenials Assemble - Awesome 80â€™s Movie Night - The Breakfast Club: Thurs., February 8, 6:30pm. Ages 18-35. Join us in watching this 80â€™s cult classic, only this time you can text comments that will be displayed onscreen along with the movie. Popcorn will be served. Rated: R. Runtime: 97 min. Saturday Concert SeriesAshley Cruz: Sat., February 10, 2-3pm. Ashleyâ€™s dynamic personality will get you up and dancing as she entertains you with Besame Mucho, Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia and other Latin favorites. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Tuesday Morning Movie The Big Sick: Tues., Feb. 13, 10:30am. Kumail is a Pakistani comic who meets an American graduate student named Emily at one of his stand-up shows. As their relationship blossoms, he soon becomes worried about what his traditional Muslim parents will think of her. When Emily suddenly comes down with an illness that leaves her in a FRPD .XPDLO ÂżQGV KLPVHOI GHveloping a bond with her deeply concerned mother and father. Rated R for Language. Runtime 119 min. Millenials Assemble - Love Stinks - Itâ€™s Anti-Valentineâ€™s Day: Wed., Feb. 14, 6:307:30pm. Ages 18-35. Join others, mingle, and create the worst possible artwork at our
BAD VALENTINE ART NIGHT. The creator of the most hideous piece of art will win a ridiculously tacky award. All supplies will be provided. We will toast the single life with sparkling cider and indulge in some delicious chocolate. Registration is required. Stem Coffee Hour - The Biology of Smell and Taste: Thurs., Feb. 15, 7-8pm. Come smell and taste a variety of items while learning the science behind it all with Dr. Tom Torello from the Dept. of Biological Sciences at Quinnipiac University. Coffee Hours are for adults (18+). Light refreshments served. Registration is required. SAT Practice Test - Princeton Review: Fri., Feb. 16, 10:30am-3pm. This is a fulllength practice SATÂŽ test (with essay) given under the same testing conditions as the actual exam. Two weeks after the test, you will receive your personalized SATÂŽ Score Report, which will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. This program is free, but enrollment is limited. Students should bring sharpened pencils, a calculator, and some water/snacks. Registration is required. Registration deadline: February 8th. Healthy Indulgences - Chocolate: Sat., Feb. 17, 1-2pm. Join author, Alissa Monteleone, founder of Simply Good Thinking, and learn about the health EHQHÂżWV RI FKRFRODWH 3OXV JHW a chance to create your own chocolate bark. There is a $3.00 non-refundable material fee. Payment is required at the time of in-person registration. Registration ends February 14th.
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Hamden: New York Times bestselling author, Michael Perry will be speaking at the Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Avenue in Hamden on Monday, February 26th at 6:30 pm. Perry is a humorist, playwright, and radio show host from New Auburn, Wisconsin. His bestselling memoirs include Population 485, Truck: A Love Story, Coop, and Visiting Tom, and his latest, Montaigne in Barn Boots: An Amateur Ambles Through Philosophy. Perryâ€™s esVD\VDQGQRQÂżFWLRQKDYHDSSHDUHG in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, The Oxford American, Backpacker, Outside, Runnerâ€™s World and Salon.com. He lives with his wife and two daughters in rural Wisconsin, where KHVHUYHVRQWKHORFDOYROXQWHHUÂżUH and rescue service and is an intermittent pig farmer. He hosts the nationally-syndicated â€œTent Show RaMichael Perry dio,â€? performs widely as a humorist, and tours with his band the Long Beds (currently recording their third album for Amble Down Records). He has recorded three live humor albums including Never Stand Behind A Sneezing Cow and The Clodhopper Monologues, and can be found online at www.sneezingcow.com. Registration for the program is required. Please go to www.hamdenlibrary.org or call 203-287-2680 to register.
Sen. Fasano Leads General Assembly in Overriding Governorâ€™s Veto to Restore Funding for Elderly and Disabled On January 31st, the General Assembly, in a bipartisan vote, successfully overrode Governor Dannel P. Malloyâ€™s veto of a bill that will restore funding for the Medicare Savings Program. In voting to override the governorâ€™s veto, Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano (R-North Haven) and fellow state lawmakers are now able to restore funding for WKH FXUUHQW ÂżVFDO \HDU WR RYHU 100,000 seniors and disabled individuals. The Medicare Savings Program uses Medicaid money to help individuals pay for medical expenses that Medicare does not cover, such as co-pays and premiums. â€œLawmakers worked together in a bipartisan effort to restore
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The Hamden Fathersâ€™ Basketball Association reports the following scores from our games held the weekend of Jan. 27-28 in the girlsâ€™ league. 9-11 Year Old League: Donlin Law defeated Pacelli Contracting 20-13. Simone Johnson led Donlin with 12 points. Gabrielle Draughn added 5 and Nicole Timario scored 3. will be on hand to assist. RegisAlana Philpotts scored all 13 tration is required. points for Pacelli. Valentine Craft: Sat., Feb. 10, JD Environmental edged Kim2:30pm. Ages 4+ with Adult. can Academy 26-20. Dillyn Boyd Make a special treat for the perled JD with 18 points. Andrea son who lights up your heart this Bonifaz added 4 while Saige Valentineâ€™s Day. Create a card Sampson and Genevieve Keidiand craft with Ms. Sue. Registraasch each scored 2. tion is required. Kimcan Academy was led by Book It to the Movies: Tues., Leah Philpottsâ€™ 15 points. KamoEW NGLAND ETWORK Feb. 13, 6:30pm. Ages 8-14. ra Moore added 5 for Kimcan. 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North Haven Library February Childrenâ€™s Programs Most programs are open to both North Haven residents and non-residents. Registrations are accepted in person, by phone (203) 239-5803 or online at www.northhavenlibrary.net. Phone registrations will not be taken prior to 10am. Please see program listing for details. All programs are free. Sponsored by the Friends of the North Haven Library. As a courtesy to others, you must call a staff member in the Childrenâ€™s Department if your child is registered for a program but cannot attend. Failure to do so may result in your child being dropped from future programs. Celebrate the Year of the Dog: Wed., Feb. 7, 6:30pm. Ages 6-10. Help us ring in the year of the dog with a clever craft and a boisterous parade while you learn about some of the Chinese New Yearâ€™s traditions. Registration is required. Baby Rhyme Time (4 week series): Thursdays, Feb. 8, 15, 22 & March 1, 10:30am. Ages 0-18 mos. This program brings caregivers and babies together for a stimulating experience intended to nurture the bond between caregiver and child and to increase the caregiversâ€™ awareness of the childâ€™s development. No registration is required. I<Dogs: Thurs., Feb. 8, 6:30pm. Ages 6-10. Join us for some cool dog facts, share a furry friend story and make a handmade dog toy to keep or donate to local animal shelters. *Please bring in old clothing GHQLPĂ€HHFHFRWWRQRUĂ€DQQHO to repurpose into dog toys. Registration is required. Sensory Playtime: Sat., February 10, 10:30am. Ages 4-14. For children on the Autism spectrum or for those who enjoy sensory play. Quinnipiac University Occupational Therapy students
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Solarize Hamden Deadline Approaches Feb. 14 The Solarize Hamden program LVDSSURDFKLQJLWVRIÂżFLDOGHDGOLQH on February 14. Solarize Hamden offers solar installations to homeowners at discounted pricing. Homeowners still have time to take advantage of the savings by getting a free site evaluation before the deadline. Hamdenâ€™s chosen solar installer, C-TEC Solar, will be holding RIÂżFH KRXUV DW WKH *RYHUQPHQW Center on Wed., Feb. 7, from 47pm at the Hamden Government Center, 2750 Dixwell Avenue, 1st Floor Conference Room. ResiGHQWVFDQÂżQGRXWLIWKHLUKRPHV are good for solar with a private consultation with the installer. Residents who already have proposals can discuss them with representatives of C-TEC Solar. Solarize Hamden is a coordinated effort across the community, supported by the Town of Hamden. Through a competitive selection process, the Town selected C-TEC Solar as their solar installer. +RPHRZQHUVZKRZDQWWRÂżQG out if their home is good for solar can go directly to Solarizect. com/Hamden. Residents who live in surrounding communities can also participate in Solarize by going to SolarizeCT.com. More information about Solarize Hamden can be found by visiting Solarizect.com/Hamden by contacting Hamdenâ€™s Energy (IÂżFLHQF\ &RRUGLQDWRU .DWKOHHQ Schomaker at (203) 287-7036.
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ACKNOWLEDGING YOUR FEELINGS There is no doubt that the death of a loved one will prompt those left behind to experience a variety of feelings ranging from disbelief to yearning and resentment. These emotions are a natural response to loss, which helps us cope and make sense of death. At the same time, we may feel so threatened and vulnerable that we try to bottle up our feelings in an effort to go forward. As we experience this FRQĂ€LFW EHWZHHQ GHHS VRUURZ and self-preservation, it is important that our emotions be given full expression. Crying is not only an appropriate expression of grief, but it is soothing and necessary for relieving stress. Allowing oneself to feel vulner-
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Karen Ann (St. Onge) Downey, age 60, of Wallingford, passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 29, 2018 at Hartford Hospital after a courageous battle with Parkinsonâ€™s. Karen was the daughter of late Albert and Jeannette (Tenerowicz) St. Onge. She was born in Meriden, Aug. 6, 1957 and raised in Wallingford. She eloped and married her longtime friend and love, David Downey, March 1979 who preceded her in death last February. She is survived by her many brothers and sisters and their spouses, Mark St. Onge and Marie Bloom St. Onge, of East Lyme; Neil St. Onge, of Aliso Viejo, Calif.; David St. Onge, of Bristol; Brian St. Onge, of Minneapolis, Minn.; Thomas St. Onge, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Peter St. Onge, of Flagler Beach, Fla.; Paul St. Onge and Celeste (Folk) St. Onge, of Las Vegas, Nev.; Michael St. Onge, of Edmunds, Wash.; Janice St. Onge Raccio and Daniel Raccio, of Cheshire; Michelle St. Onge Ursini, of Woodbridge; and her sister-inlaw, Lynn Lanzoni and husband, Michael. She was the beloved Aunt, often referred to as â€œPunkinâ€? and adored her nephews and nieces, Kimberly Cardoza, Kristen St. Onge, Michael and Cole Raccio, Isabella and Matthew Ursini, Michael Lanzoni Jr. Karen is predeceased by her sister-in-law, Sharon (Diane) Nations St.Onge; and her nephew, Alexander Ursini. Should friends desire, gifts in memory of Karen may be sent to the Parkinsonâ€™s Disease Association, CT Chapter, P.O. Box 719, Old Mystic, Ct. 06372.
Sidney J. Margolis, 93, of Hamden, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at the Branford Hills Health Care Center. He was the beloved husEDQGRIÂżIW\HLJKW\HDUVWRWKHODWH Marcia Krinsky Margolis. Sidney was born in New Haven on August 11, 1924 and was the son of the late Morris and Rose Shrobe Margolis. He served his country faithIXOO\LQWKH86$UP\LQWKH3DFLÂżF during WWII having received the American Campaign and Asiatic3DFLÂżF&DPSDLJQ0HGDOVDQGWKH World War II Victory Medal. Father of Mark R. Margolis and his wife Janice Heggie, Sheryl Smith and her husband David. Grandfather of Matthew and MalORU\ 0DUJROLV &HGDU /RĂ€DQG DQG Joshua Heggie and his wife Tara Cass. Great- Grandfather of Cee -D\ DQG ,VDLDK /RĂ€DQG 5RKQ Heggie. Uncle of Steven Margolis and his wife Rhonda, Stuart Margolis and his wife Joanie, and David Margolis. Predeceased by his brother Leonard E. Margolis. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to MADD, CT, 317 Foxon Road, East Haven, CT 06513 or the CT Hospice, Inc., 100 Double Beach Road, Branford, CT 06405. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
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Edmund Robert â€œBobâ€?, Gregan 81, of Northford, CT, passed on Wednesday January 31 in Hospice of Branford after a wellfought battle against lymphoma. Born on February 4, 1936 in New Haven, Conn., Bob was the son of the late Edmund Arthur Gregan and Elizabeth Kochiss Gregan. Bob was a long-time resident of North Branford and was the former chairman of the Land Trust and Conservation Commission. Bob now joins his beloved wife of 48 years, Janet Shaw Gregan. He leaves behind his son Edmund R. Gregan II and his wife Sandra, his daughter Darianne Sidera and her husband Louis and his daughter Christyn Godfrey and her husband Scott. He also leaves seven loving grandchildren, Emylee Sidera, Edmund Robert Gregan III (Ned), Oliver S. Gregan, Tessa Sledge and her husband Tom, Ethan Godfrey, Shawn Godfrey and Louis Sidera IV (Mack). He is survived by his brother Eugene Gregan and family of Napanoch, N.Y. and his sister-in-law Ruth S. Neville and family of Barrington, R.I. He also leaves behind his companion Vuokko Munsill of Killingworth, Conn. Should friends desire, donations be made to the North Branford Land Trust, P.O. Box 378, North Branford, CT 06471-0378 or the Totoket Historical Society, 1 Library Place, North Branford, CT 06471, to be put towards the maintenance of the Janet S. Gregan Memorial Clock on the grounds of the Atwater Memorial Library.
Evelyn Helen (Pryde) Dortche, age 86, of Hamden, entered into eternal life on Sunday January 28, 2018 in her home with her family by her side. Born on January 28, 1932 in Brooklyn, NY to the late Arthur and Azi (Johnson) Pryde. Beloved wife over 45 years to the late Alfred Dortche Sr. Cherished mother of William Thompson. Wanda Thompson-Coles, Rene Thompson, Robert (Nicole) Thompson, Richard Thompson all of NY, Alfred (Shannon) Dortche Jr. of AL, and Dorothy (Jesse) Rodriguez of Hamden. Survived by 24 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, two great great grandchildren. Predeceased by one son Calvin Dortche and nine siblings. She was cared for by her loving grandson Mario Calderon.
Pauline D. Lathrop, 85, of Hamden, entered eternal rest on January 27, 2018. She was the widow of Daniel Lathrop, Jr. Mrs. Lathrop was born in New Haven, CT on March 26, 1932, daughter of the late George Dixon, Sr. and Estelle Adams Dixon. She leaves to cherish loving memories, a daughter, Paula Lathrop; sons, Daniel Lathrop, III (Sylvia) and Michael Lathrop (Tami); a brother, James Dixon; sisters, Ernestyne Mayers, Lucy Phillips and Linda Fripp; two grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by a brother, George Dixon, Jr. and sisters, Ruby Moore, Stella Payne and Catherine Robinson.
Theresa R. Massaro DeAngelis, 99, of Wallingford, died at Masonicare Jan. 28, 2018 after a long illness. She was the wife of the late James J. DeAngelis. Theresa was born in New Haven, July 31, 1918, the daughter of the late Louis and Julia Massaro and had resided in Hamden all her life. She is survived by her sons, Kenneth (Frances) DeAngelis of Northford, Vincent (Esther) DeAngelis of Ft. Meyers, FL and Raymond (Elizabeth) DeAngelis of Hamden, grandmother to Kristin DeAngelis (Matt Schmidt), Robyn McManus (Tom), Debbie Flonc (Joey), Michele McLaughlin (Pete), David DeAngelis and Stevin DeAngelis (Jennifer) and 8 great grandchildren. She was pre-deceased by her siblings, Mary Romano, Rose Tyner, Viola Cassella, Pauline Parmalle, Fanny Massaro and Louis Massaro. Should friends desire, contributions may be made to the Alzheimerâ€™s Association, 2017 Silas Deane Highway, Suite 100, Rocky Hill, CT 06067. Services were held at the
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Joseph F. Hamed, 81, of Wallingford passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at Yale New Haven Hospital with his family by his side. He was the beloved husband of 53 years to Rose Ann Roberto Hamed. Joseph was born in Danbury on August 11, 1936 and was the son of the late Thomas and Rusheda Pouclus Hamed. He served his country faithfully in the US Navy during the Korean War. Father of Stephanie Hamed Borowy (David) and Michelle Hamed. Grandfather of Andrew John Dickinson. Brother of Thomas Hamed (Lorraine) and June Roland. Also survived by his two beloved poodles Penny & Bella. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517 Topeka, Kansas 66675. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Aliva H. Mabry, 91, of Hamden, entered eternal rest on January 30, 2018. She was the widow of Leroy Mabry, Sr. Mrs. Mabry was born in Salters, SC on Septemer 14, 1926, daughter of the late Richard Hugee and Carrie Nelson Hugee. She leaves to cherish loving memories, daughters, Lorraine Bullock (Hugh, Jr.), Carrie Johnson, Deborah Alston (John, Jr.) and Louise Mabry; an adopted sister, Grace Prioleau; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by a son, Leroy Mabry, Jr.
Pierre M. Wolff, Episcopal Priest and Jesuit Priest at heart, and beloved husband of Mary Morgan Wolff passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. Born in Marseilles France on Nov. 2, 1929, he lived through World War II, served as a French Jesuit priest, giving the Spiritual Exercises and retreats to the Sisters of St. Joseph and lay people. In the early 70â€™s, Pierre came to the States to do the same type of ministry with many communities. In 1988 Pierre married Mary; they made their home in Wallingford; and later he became an Episcopal priest, continuing his ministry and authoring numerous self-help books pertaining to living in Love. In addition to his wife, Pierre is survived by four cherished nephews and their families. The family would like to extend their sincere appreciation to Masonicare Home Hospice and Right at Home in-home care and assistance. Should friends desire, donations in Pierreâ€™s name may be made to the Alzheimerâ€™s Association, CT chapter, 200 Executive Blvd, Suite 4B, Southington, CT 06489.
Tracy L. (Roberts) Pereira, 54, loving wife of Antonio D. Pereira, passed away unexpectedly, Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. Tracy was born in New Haven, Aug. 29, 1963, a daughter of the late Robin Roberts and Joyce (Palm) and had been a Wallingford resident for many years. Tracy was currently employed by the Wallingford Board of Education as a cafeteria and recess aide at Parker Farms Elementary School. In addition to her beloved husband Tony, she is survived by her two children, Troy Pereira, of Wallingford and Savannah Falcone and her husband, Joseph, of Meriden; her sister, Denise 6DODÂżD DQG KHU KXVEDQG &KULVtopher, of Killingworth; her two brothers, William Jones, of East Harford, Timothy Roberts, of Clinton; many nieces and nephews; and all her family and friends. Should friends desire, gifts in memory of Tracy may be sent to the Wishing Well of Wallingford, 382 North Cherry St., Wallingford, Ct. 06492.
Melissa A. Geleneau, 33, beloved daughter of George W. and Roseann Carusone Geleneau passed away January 21, 2018. Should friends desire, donations in her memory may be made to the Church on the Rock Youth Group Missions, 95 Hamilton St., New Haven, CT 06511. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
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Angelina Calabrese Rosabianca, 98, of Hamden passed away peacefully on Monday, January 29, 2018 at her home with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of the late Andrew Rosabianca. Angelina was born in New Haven on February 4, 1919 and was the daughter of the late Catello and Maria DeLieto Calabrese. Mother of Charlie Rosabianca (Adeline) and Joseph Rosabianca 3DWWL /H4XLUH *UDQGPRWKHU RI Carrie Ann Rosabianca, Christina Wilonski (Brian), Angelina Coughlin (Brian), Theresa Kingston (Edward), Lisa Rosabianca, Andrew Rosabianca (Alison) and Gina Knust Graichen (Greg). Sister of Andy Calabrese and the late Joseph Calabrese, Mary DeMatteo, Diane Costanzo, Connie Steele, Assunta â€œSueâ€? Esposito, Blaze â€œPeterâ€? Calabrese and Anna Sagnella. Also survived by 12 great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the Clelian Adult Day Center, 261 Benham Street, Hamden, CT 06514. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Margaret Robear Harrigan, 97, of Wallingford, formerly of North Haven passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at the Skyview Center, Wallingford with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of the late John Harrigan. Margaret was born in Morristown, New Jersey on August 6, 1920 and was the daughter of the late Ernest and Beatrice Davis Robear. Mother of Margaret (Edward) Woods and Patricia (Stephen) Jankowski. Grandmother of Alicia (Nick) Riso, Marin Woods and Jennifer (Joseph) Mesquita. Great-grandmother of Nicky and Stephen Riso, Aidan and Bryce Mesquita, Kaily DeMatteo. Predeceased by a brother Charles Robear.
George Andrew Crowley, 100, of North Haven, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at his daughters home in Northford with his family by his side. He was the beloved husband of Florence Sylvie Gibbons Crowley. George was born in Bristol, CT on August 15, 1917 and was the son of the late Andrew and Mildred Holcomb Crowley. He served his country faithfully in the U.S. Army during ::,,LQWKH3DFLÂżF+4VW%1 169th Infantry 43rd Division received the Purple Heart and the Division Medal of Honor. Beloved father of William G. Crowley, Dolores V. Borrelli, Andrea J. Gibson and the late John A. Crowley. Also survived by 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Predeceased by a grandson and his brothers and sisters. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to Shriners Hospital for children, &DUHZ 6WUHHW 6SULQJÂżHOG MA 01104 or St. Judeâ€™s Children Hospital, PO Box 50, Memphis, TN 38101-9929. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Cinderella Miller, 88, of Hamden passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at Yale New Haven Hospital with her family by her side. She was the wife of the late Joseph Miller. Cinderella was born in Hamden on August 13, 1929 and was the daughter of the late Louis and Lillian Telor Lacosse. Mother of Carolyn Miller. Grandmother of Angela and Joseph Miller, David Holland and Patrick Holland, Sr. Sister of Goldie Jackomenee, Mae Burzynski, Gloria Miranda, Louise Corriouve, Dorothy Elliott and the late Richard, Louis, Arthur and Lester Lacosse, Marie Burzynski. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Thomas F. Maher III, 92, of Hamden passed away Friday, Jan. 26,2018 at his home. He was born June 18,1925 in West Haven a son of the late Thomas F. and Marjorie Maloney Maher Jr. Tom was a member of the Knights of Columbus council # 7124, the John Barry Assembly 4th Degree, the Knights of St. Patrick and was a life member of B.P.O.E.#2224, along with many other groups. He expressed extreme gratitude to Sonny at the Playwright Irish Pub and the folks at Books and Company for years of friendship. He is survived by a sister Mildred Oâ€™Heady of NC, a niece Maureen Steiner and her two daughters Alicia Tucker and Jessica Bethke. +H ZDV SUHGHFHDVHG E\ KLV ÂżUVW wife Bernice Davis Maher his second wife Helen McCauley Maher and a nephew Steve Oâ€™Heady. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the New Haven Register Fresh Air Fund, 100 Gando Dr., New Haven, CT 06513.
Mary M. (Canning) Canty, 63, loving wife of Michael Canty, died peacefully, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 at home with her family by her side. Mary was born in New Haven, Sept. 6, 1954, a daughter of FranFHV0F9HUU\ &DQQLQJRI)DLUÂżHOG and the late John J. Canning. She grew up in Hamden, and had been a Wallingford resident for 30 years. In addition to her husband, Michael, she is survived by her two children, Molly Canty, of Washington, D.C., and Michael Canty, Jr., of Wallingford; two sisters, Claire Canning of Milton, Mass., and -DQH &RQQRUV RI )DLUÂżHOG KHU brother, John J. Canning, of Branford; her niece, Kelley Connors; her nephew, Luke Connors. Should friends desire, gifts in her memory may be sent to The Get in Touch Foundation, P.O. Box 2144, Milford, CT. 06460, online getintouchfoundation.org, or to Special Olympics Connecticut, 2666 State St. 1, Hamden, Ct. 06517 online at give.specialolympics.org.
Roland P. Marshall, 89, of Northford, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford. He was the beloved husband of the late Dorothy Williams Marshall. Roland was born in Westford, Massachusetts on July 31, 1928 and was the son of the late Warren and Angeline Degagne Marshall. He served his country faithfully in the US Navy for four years from 1941 to 1945 during WW II, stationed at Subic Bay in the Philippines. Step-Father of Diana Craig and her husband David. Grandfather of Sharon Long, Debbie Hedderman and Sandi Pullo. Great-grandfather of Michael Long. Brother of Ann Fairweather, Brother Victor (Robert) and David Marshall, and the late Warren Marshall, Jr., Herbert and Joseph Marshall. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the CT Hospice, 100 Double Beach Rd., Branford, CT 06406. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Bruce Perkins, 80, departed this life on January 29, 2018 at the home of his son while surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of the late Eleanor (Boyd) Perkins. Bruce was born in Somerville, NJ on November 17, 1937 to the late William and Charlene (Salkins) Perkins. He was a veteran of the US Coast Guard. Bruce will be cherished in the memories of his sons: Boyd (Cathy) of South Carolina, Thomas (Cammy) of Vermont, Christopher (Jennifer) of East Hampton, and Brett (Yolanda) of Wallingford; daughters: Cheryl Wood (Christopher) of Florida, Dawn Backus (Kurt) of Meriden, and Heather Perkins of Meriden and ten beloved grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Hamden: All married and engaged couples in the community are invited to join us for our 27th annual Valentineâ€™s Mass and social on Saturday February 10, 7pm at St. Rita Church, in Hamden. The Mass entitled, Mass of the Marriage Covenant, will be a beautiful candlelight service with music provided by the Notre Dame Boys Choir. Come join us in a celebration of the Sacrament of marriage and to bless those engaged couples about to start a life together in partnership with God. A reception will be held downstairs following the Mass complete with dancing, beverages and hors dâ€™oeuvres. If youâ€™d like, please bring a snack or hors dâ€™oeuvre to share at the reception. In Case of inclement weather please contact Tim at (203) 2309379 for information on cancellation of the mass. St. Rita Church is located at 1620 Whitney Ave.
A Special Lenten Faith Experience
North Branford: Father Robert Turner and St. Ambrose Parish invite you to join us on a very special Lenten 2019 faith experience! Come with us as we experience a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. There is no better way to experience Lent than to walk in the footsteps of Jesus. You will never be the same! We will begin with a bus trip from North Branford to JFK for a Ă€LJKW IURP 1HZ <RUN WR WKH +RO\ Land on February 12, 2019. As we wind our way through our pilgrimage, we will visit sights such as the River Jordan at the site where it is said Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist, Jericho, the archeological sites at Herodian, Bethany and Bethlehem, Cana, Nazareth, Capernaum, a sail on the Sea of Galilee, the Mount of Beatitudes, the Upper Room, Mount Tabor, Emmaus, the Pool of Bethesda, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, just to name some of the exciting stops on this breathtaking pilgrimage. In addition, we will celebrate Mass each day at one of the important religious sites of our faith. 2Q )HEUXDU\ VW ZH ZLOO Ă€\ back to New York for a bus trip back to North Branford. This will be a Lent that you will never forget! Price is $3098 per person, double occupancy, (single accommodations are available for an upcharge) which includes roundtrip airfare, fuel surcharges and Government taxes (subject to change), admission charges, Entrance fees, hotel gratuities, daily buffet breakfast, all dinners, GHOX[H PRWRU FRDFK ÂżUVW FODVV hotels and much more! For more information, or a detailed brochure of this great trip, please call Mary or Jim Lovelace, Mount Carmel Travel, at (203) 481-6082.
The Compassionate Friends Support Group
Alexander â€œAlexâ€? Moisescu, 73 of Hamden died suddenly at his home on Saturday, January 27, 2018. He was the beloved KXVEDQG RI ÂżIW\ \HDUV WR 0DULD Buzea Moisescu. Alex was born in Bucharest, Romania on March 4, 1944, a son of the late Marin and Dumitra Stroeiscu Moisescu, and had resided in Hamden since coming to the U.S. thirty one years ago. He is also survived by his daughter Camelia Moisescu and her husband Brian Smith of Hamden, one sister, Mariana Radulesco and her husband George of Hamden, and one niece, Diana Radulesco. Services were held at the
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Frank V. Esposito, Sr. 97, of Hamden passed away in Hamden, January 28, 2018. Husband of the late Annette Campeau Esposito. Loving father of Frank V. Esposito, Jr. (Janet) of Hamden and Mary Anne Ferro (Anthony) of Hamden, brother of John and Edward Esposito both of Hamden. Also survived by his 5 cherished grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. He was predeceased by 9 siblings. Frank was born in New Haven September 28, 1920 son of the late John and Carmela Esposito. He proudly served his country during WWII with the US Army. Should friends desire, make contributions to a charity of oneâ€™s choice.
Margaret A. (Mazeau) Brown, 86, of Wallingford, wife of the late William E. Brown, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018 at her home. She was born in Milford on Sept. 12, 1931, a daughter of the late Donald and Rosa (Spencer) Mazeau. She is survived by her children, Marshall Brown, of Henderson, Nev., Tory Blue, of San Luis Obispo, Calif., Patricia Taft and her husband, Kris, of Tucson, Ariz., Becky Mazeau-Ahkeah and her husband, Steve Ahkeah, of Brigham City, Utah, Melanie Porter and her husband, Bruce, of Durham, N.C., and Charmaine Glidden and her husband, Michael, of Wallingford; 12 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Colette San Giorgio Cavaliere, 94, of Hamden passed away peacefully on Feb. 1, 2018. She was the wife of the late Andrew Cavaliere. Survived by a daughter Carolyn Graziano and husband Frank of Cromwell, two sons, Robert Cavaliere and Gary Cavaliere, both of Hamden, a grandson, Michael Guthrie and wife Jaime of Bethany and a great grandson Andrew Guthrie. She was predeceased by a daughter Rosemary Guthrie, a sister Mary Sette and a brother Louis St. George. Colette was born Sept. 4,1923 in New Haven a daughter of the late John and Antonia Stefano San Giorgio. Coletteâ€™s family would like to thank the entire staff of Masonicare Home and Hospice Care and ACU and the staff at the Cheshire Regional Rehab Facility for the compassionate and loving care given to her during her illness.
The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is a group that supports families after the death of a child at any age and from any cause. We are a group of bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings who help others in coping with the pain associated with the death of a child in a structured, healing, and nurturing environment. The Shoreline Chapter of TCF meets the 2nd Monday of the month at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 1109 Main St., Branford at 7pm. Our chapter phone number is (203) 361-7109.
Bible Study Bible Study on Wednesdays at 7:30pm, Wallingford at home. Non denomination. No donations necessary. For more information, call (203) 631-3203.
Shawl Ministry in Need of Volunteers
North Haven: The Shawl Ministry at Saint Frances Cabrini Church is in need of volunteers to help knit or crochet shawls for the sick and homebound. We regularly receive calls for shawls to be donated to the hospitals since they are in great need. If you would like more information, or know anyone that wants to donate yarn or funds to our shawl ministry, please call (203) 239-5700. Shawl Ministry Sessions are held every Wednesday at 1pm in the Saint Frances Cabrini Church meeting room, 57 Pond Hill Rd. If youâ€™re interested, please call to sign up at (203) 239-5378.
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity North Haven: All are welcome to join us for a Healing & Prayer Service on Tues., March 13, beginning at 5:30pm at St. Frances Cabrini Church, located at 57 Pond Hill Road. Doors open at 5pm. Service will include: Prayer (Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and 5RVDU\ 5HĂ€HFWLRQ DQG EOHVVing by Br. Paul Miller, OFS and Confession with Fr. Cosmas Archibong and Fr. Ed Nadolny. A small reception will follow the service in the lower level. For more information, please call Barbara, (203) 605-9845 or email her: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caritas Christi Center Announces Upcoming Programs Hamden: The following programs will be held at Caritas Christi Center, 295 Benham St. Registration and payment (either by check or online) are required for each program one week prior to the scheduled program. You can register online for programs at www.caritaschristicenter.org. The information you give us enables us to inform you if there is a schedule change. Please call Sr. Jeanne Marie Vonder Haar, ASCJ, Director, (203) 281-2569. The Luminous Mysteries in Scripture: Thurs., Feb. 8, 9:3011:30am (New Program): We will examine the Scriptual foundation IRU WKH ÂżYH /XPLQRXV 0\VWHULHV of the Rosary, meditating on each mystery with personal prayer and UHĂ€HFWLRQ&RVWIRUSURJUDP Family Constellations: Thurs., Feb. 22. A fresh experience that exposes the hidden dynamics within families that are often behind the traumas and misfortunes that we experience and that play out in our present day relationships, marriages and family life. Cost per session: $20/person, $30/couple, $10/student. Lenten Retreat - Awake in the Garden with Jesus: Sat., Feb. 24, 9:30am-3pm. (Snow date March 24 if needed.) Amy Ekeh, Catholic author and retreat Director will present a day of close reading of the Gospel accounts of the story of Jesusâ€™s struggle in the garden. The day will include meditations on the Agolny in the Garden and time IRU TXLHW UHĂ€HFWLRQ Pre-registration is required. Cost for program $60 includes lunch. All registrations and payments are due by February 16. Ongoing Centering Prayer: Sat., Feb. 24, 1:30-3pm. Sr. Carolyn Severino will facilitate. Twilight Retreat: Mon., Feb. 26, 7-9pm. Spend time to stop and pray. Sometimes one needs to get away to be able to do this. 6SHQG DQ HYHQLQJ LQ UHĂ€HFWLRQ sharing and quiet prayer centered on a theme proper to the calendar year or liturgical season. Cost per session: $20. The Sacred Heart of Jesus: Taken, Blessed, Broken, Shared (New Series) - Will explore Sacred Heart devotion as an age-old but ever-relevant spirituality. March 1: The Merciful Heart of Christ. April 5: The Reparative Heart of Christ. May 3: The Eucharist Heart of Christ.
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Pictured Above: Cindy Golia, Kyra Nelson and mom Christine Nelson. Right: National Garden Clubs contest poster 2017. North Haven: The North Haven Garden Club is pleased to announce the grand prize winner of our 2nd annual poetry contest, Kyra Nelson, who is home schooled. This is the second year our club participated in The National Garden Clubs Poetry Contest that is We are currently seeking typically developing, designed to â€œexcite and encourage three-year-old children to serve as role models our youth to express and explore for our preschool program located at their creative thoughts through difCall for a personal tour ferent types of poetry. 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Pictured (L-R): Lejla Regan, Gigi Noushin, Nina McDonald, Maya Quintman, Maggie Blatchley, Lisa Xiao, and Molly Regan. (Not pictured troop leaders: Lisa Micali and Heather McDonald). Hamden: Spring Glen Girl Scout Cadet Troop #60340 has unveiled a â€œFree Libraryâ€? at Spring Glen School in Hamden, Conn. The new library installed on the playground of Spring Glen Elementary School is the culmination of a year-long project to earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve and the third highest award in Girl Scouts of the USA. The award requires girls to independently research and implement a community project with lasting impact. In the research phase, the girls in troop #60340 realized there are some children at Spring Glen cannot afford to buy books or canâ€™t always get to a public library to borrow books. The â€œFree Libraryâ€? idea was immediately chosen since it promotes both literacy skills and community engagement with its focus on â€œTake a Book, Leave a Bookâ€?. The girls, all 6th graders built and painted the library with original designs. Their dedication to literacy has created a lasting mark on the community of Spring Glen School community. As the girls head to middle school later this year, the care and upkeep of the library will be left to a junior girl scout troop at the school. It is troop #60340â€™s hope the library will continue to inspire young readers in the exchange of knowledge, reading and learning for years to come.
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Pictured (L-R): Christa and Jaime Lorusso, members of the Daytime Gardeners of North Haven, design a living picture with succulents, shells, and moss. The completed design can be placed on a table or hung on a wall in the home. North Haven: The Daytime Gardeners of North Haven are offering a planting party for guests to participate in designing and planting a succulent living picture for their home. The workshop, â€œLiving Pictures with Succulentsâ€? will be on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 10:00 AM at the North Haven Recreation Center. Frames, which are 9 Âžâ€? x 9 Â˝â€? overall, will be available and are ready for planting. Participants will select materials to create their design from a variety of succulents, shells, and colored moss. Information on how to care for the living picture will be provided. The workshop registration fee is $25, which covers all the materials. If you would like to join us for this creative workshop, please register before February 9, 2018. Space is limited and registration ZLOOFORVHHDUOLHULIWKHZRUNVKRSÂżOOV3D\PHQWLVGXHDWWKHWLPHRI registration. To register, please call Daytime Gardeners at 203-2391557. The Daytime Gardeners of North Haven is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of CT, Inc, the New England Garden Clubs, and the National Garden Clubs, Inc. New members are always welcome. Please contact Daytime Gardeners for more info @ (203) 239-1557. Find us on Facebook: Daytime Gardeners of North Haven.
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The Wallingford Camera Club invites photographers of all skill levels. We are a friendly club that encourages our members to develop their skills. We hold competitions and offer workshops through the entire year. Our meetings are held at the Chauncey Conference Center on the Gaylord Hospital campus in Wallingford. We meet every second Wednesday of the month at 7pm.
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Soup Luncheon at the Wallingford Garden Club
The Wallingford Garden Club will hold its Tues., Feb. 13th meeting at the First Congregational Church, 23 South Main Street. The luncheon is at 11:30am and will feature homemade soups, breads and desserts. This will be followed by a
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A free Estate Planning Workshop That Will Satisfy Your Thirst for Knowledge and Coffee! North Haven: Attorneys George and Marc Guertin of Guertin and Guertin, LLC invite the public to join them for the popular workshop, â€œCoffee, Donuts & Trustsâ€? on Saturday, February 10 at 10am coffee and donuts. Enjoy coffee and donuts while Attorneys George and Marc Guertin present an enlightening and often entertaining look at some commonly used Trusts including Revocable, Irrevocable, Asset Protection, and Special Needs Trusts. This informative session is being held at Guertin and Guertin, //&ÂśVRIÂżFHVDWWKHKLVWRULF&HQWHU)LUH+RXVHEXLOGLQJDW%URDGZD\$GYDQFHUHJLVWUDWLRQLVUHTXLUHGDQGVHDWVÂżOOXSTXLFNO\7KH public should call 203-234-7400 or email email@example.com to reserve a seat. Guertin and Guertin, LLC is veteran-owned and is dedicated to Estate Planning, Elder Law, Probate and Trust Administration. The practice can be found on the web at www.GuertinandGuertin.com and by phone at 203-234-7400.
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North Haven High School Jazz and Vocal Ensembles â€“ Saturday February 24 at 7pm The North Haven Congregational Churchâ€™s Pierpont Concert Series continues with an annual treat from the stellar music department of North Haven High School. The award winning North Haven High School Jazz and Vocal Ensembles will entertain us with their musical talents. Adult tickets are $10 at the door and will EHQHÂżWERWKWKHVFKRROPXVLFLDQVDQGWKH3LHUSRQW concert series; children under 12 free. The church is located at 28 Church Street. A Pre-Pierpont Concert Dinner will be held at the North Haven Congregational Church, 28 Church Street, before the Pierpont Concert on Saturday February 24, at 5:30 p.m. in Carroll Hall. The Womenâ€™s and Menâ€™s Fellowships will prepare a pork loin dinner with applesauce, potato, vegetable, bread, JDUGHQVDODGEHYHUDJHDQGGHVVHUW5HVHUYDWLRQVVKRXOGEHPDGHZLWKWKHFKXUFKRIÂżFH The cost of dinner with a reservation: $12.00 adults and children under 12 years old $5.00. ($14.00 for all ZLWKRXWDUHVHUYDWLRQ 3OHDVHFDOOWKHFKXUFK2IÂżFH WRPDNHDUHVHUYDWLRQ Join us for a delightful evening of food and wonderful music. You are welcome to attend the dinner, the concert, or both events. Ample free parking, handicapped accessible. All are welcome!
At the Terrace: Hair Studio, there is a dedication to making you feel your most beautiful and it has spanned decades. This January, owner & stylist Kathryn Riccio did a salon birthday party for seven-year-old Abrielle. Back in 1997 and 1998, Kathryn also did salon birthday parties for Abrielleâ€™s mother when she was 8 & 9 years old. Kathryn and the Terraceâ€™s passion for making your childâ€™s special day truly sparkle has been carried on for generations. Call for an appointment or to schedule an unforgettable salon birthday party for your child
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Joyce C. Budrow Senior Center 189 Pool Rd., North Haven Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm Phone: (203) 239-5432
Rep. Yaccarino And Sen. Fasano Held North Haven Senior Update
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Join our Community Conversation to Help Plan for Your Future Tuesday, February 13, 2018 2:30 â€“ 4:00 pm Benchmark Senior Living at Hamden 35 Hamden Hills Drive, Hamden Limited space available
Light Refreshments will be Served & Enter to Win A Special Valentineâ€™s Dinner For Two! RSVP by Thursday, February 8 to 203.248.1864 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Exercise Class. 1pm: Cards/Nickel-Nickel. 1:15pm: The American West (begins Feb. 26). 1:30pm: Ping Pong. 1:45-3:30pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. Tuesday: 9am: Morning Total Fitness. 9am-10am: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9:30am: Basic Social Dance Lessons, Managing Digital Photos. 10am: Gentle Exercise; Tuesday Dance Party. 11am: Strength & Balance. 11:30am-1:30pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness. 12:30pm: Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mah Jongg; Quilting. 2pm: Parkinsonâ€™s Fitness Class. 3pm: Parkinsonâ€™s Drumming Class. Wednesday: 9am-12:00 noon: Studio apartment available for viewing Reiki Treatments. 9am-4pm: Monday-Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Setback; Tai Chi for Health. 10am: By Appointment Tap Dance. 11:15am-12:45pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. Age and income limits apply 12:30pm: Arthritis Exercise Class. TRS message relay via CCC: 1pm: Cribbage. 1:30pm: Current Events; Tai Chi. 2:30pm: Tai Chi TRS (800) 842-9710 for Beginners. Equal Housing Thursday: 9am: Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Morning Total FitOpportunity ness. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 10am: Bible Discussion; Gentle Exercise; ThursELDERLY PERSONALIZED SERVICES day Dance Party; Virtual BowlTHERE TO HELP. Are you in need of someone to help you ing. 11am-12:00: Gentle Pilates. with shopping, run errands, or take you to the doctors? (203) 11:30am-1:30pm: Club 60 Plus 927-5469, ask for Vanessa. Honest & dependable personal- Fitness Trainer. 12:00 noon: Haized service. waiian Dance Class. 12:30pm: Artistsâ€™ Studio; Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mah Jongg; PickleMiller Senior Center ball; Scrabble. 2pm: Parkinsonâ€™s Fitness Class. 3pm: Gentle Yoga. 2901 Dixwell Ave., Hamden Friday: 9am: Zumba Gold. INTERNATIONAL 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus, Billiards. Hamden: Do you want to FOLK DANCE CLASSES 9:30-11:45am: Sue Murphyâ€™s Art stay in your own home as you The Hamden Miller Senior Loft Classes. 10am: Beginner Mah get older? If you do, then join with others who feel the same Center is looking to start Interna- Jongg; Senior Fitnessize. 10amway. Aging At Home, the greater tional Folk Dance classes, to be 12:00: Chair Massages. 11am: Hamden â€œvillageâ€? plans a monthly held on Tuesday afternoons from Strength & Balance. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness. breakfast (weather permitting) at 3:30-4:30. International Folk Dance is 12:30pm: Pinochle. 1pm: Knit The Three Brothers Diner, 1038 Dixwell Avenue. The next one will great fun and wonderful exercise and Crochet; Ping Pong. Subject to Change. We make be on Thurs., Feb. 15 at 10am. for the mind and body. Reap the Everyone pays for themselves. SK\VLFDO DQG PHQWDO EHQHÂżWV RI every effort to reschedule to a latdance today. Prior experience er date any event or activity that All are welcome to join us. is changed or cancelled. Aging At Home, a program of not required. Each class will be $5.00 per Interfaith Volunteer Care Givers, SPECIAL WEEKLY EVENTS was founded in 2005 to provide person, payable to the instructor. Tues., 2/6: 9am: M Team MeetPlease contact the senior center support for seniors who wish to ing. 9:15am: Red Sox at Yankees to register at (203) 287-2547. remain in their own homes and trip registration. neighborhoods. It has helped â€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘ Wed., 2/7: 9am-1pm: AARP many seniors to remain indepenSmart Driver Course. 12:15pm: dent since then. With a phone Military Whist Card Party. call you can receive assistance Thurs., 2/8: 9:30am: Meet & ZLWK ÂżQGLQJ WKH KHOS \RX QHHG Greet Wallingford Police. 12:00 whether it be a ride to a doctorâ€™s noon: African Heritage & Drum(203) 265-7753 appointment, a person to help ming. with home maintenance or other Fri., 2/9: 9:15am: The Full FEBRUARY 2018 support services. Monty trip registration. 12:30pm: WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Aging At Home also orgaMovie. 1pm: Billiards Tournament. nizes monthly social gatherings Monday: 9am: Tai Chi for Health. Mon., 2/12: Lincolnâ€™s Birthday. and small groups where you can 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. Senior Center Closed. 9:30am: Texas Holdâ€™em. 10am: meet other members. Tues., 2/13: 10am: Creative For further information, please Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Ca- Mindfulness; Mardi Gras Dance nasta; Vintage Voices. 11am: call (203) 230-8994 or email Party. 11:45am: February BirthZumba Gold. 12:00 noon: Art day Party. email@example.com Appreciation. 12:30pm: Arthritis â€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘ â€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘
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Mon., 2/5: 9am: Line Dancing. 9:30am: Fitness Fun. 10am: Tai Chi New Class; Canasta. 10:30am: Sitercise. 12:00 noon: Pinochle. 12:30pm: Bingo. Tues., 2/6: 9am: Ceramics; Computer Class. 10:30am: Chair Yoga. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Mah Jongg. 12:45pm: Oil Painting. 1:15pm: Senior Songsters. Wed., 2/7: 9am: Line Dancing. 9:30am: Fitness Fun. 10am: Finance Meeting. 10:30am: Sitercise. 12:00 noon: Mah Jongg. 12:15pm: Intermediate Bridge. 12:30pm: Bingo. Thurs., 2/8: 9am: Ceramics. 10am: Crafts; Pinochle. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Canasta. 1pm: Gentle Hatha Yoga. Fri., 2/9: 9:30am: Fitness Fun; Scrabble. 10am: Taste of New Orleans. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:15pm: Intermediate Bridge. 12:30pm: Bingo; Setback; Pinochle. See our Senior Center Newsletter on-line at www.town.northhaven.ct.us
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Collection Begins: Westchester Broadway Theater - A Chorus Line: Thurs., March 22. Cost: $104 - Residents, Now through Feb. 15.. Free Valentineâ€™s Afternoon of Beauty: Wed., Feb. 14, 2-4pm. Paul Mitchell School of Beauty is back at the Senior Center! Please call the Center to register by February 12, during the hours of 9am-2pm. Special Valentine Luncheon: Thurs., Feb. 15, 11:30am. Cost: $5. Menu: Roast beef with chefâ€™s gravy, Twice baked potato/sour cream/chives, String beans almondine, Dinner roll/margarine, Black Forest Cake. Registration through February 7.
Benchmark Senior Living at Hamden UPCOMING EVENTS Caregivers & Support Group for families and caregivers. Join a group of caring individuals along with Maria Tomasetti from the Alzheimerâ€™s Association the last Wednesday of every month from 10-11:30am at Benchmark Senior Living in Hamden, 35 Hamden Hills Drive; (203) 248-1864. Arthritis Exercise Program: This routine can be done sitting or standing, recommended for older adults. Free of charge, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30am. Call Daniella at Benchmark Senior Living, (203) 248-1864.
Pictured (L-R): State Sen. Len Fasano, First Selectman of North Haven Micheal Freda and State Representative Dave Yaccarino at the North Haven Senior Center, located at 189 Pool Rd., on Friday, January 26, 2018. North Haven: On Friday, January 26, 2018, Rep. Yaccarino and Sen. Fasano held a Senior Update at the North Haven Senior Center, located at 189 Pool Rd., in North Haven from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A large part of the discussion centered on the Medicare Savings Plan (MSP) and the legislature working in a bipartisan way to restore MSP after Gov. Dannel Malloy vetoed the bill earlier this month. The legislators vowed to keep residents informed and up-to-date as information unfolds at the Capitol with the 2018 legislative session commencing on February 7. As of right now, the portion of MSP that helps pay for prescriptions is still funded until December of 2018. As far as the Medicare premium and cost shares, that portion will be paid for until June of 2018. The legislators also stated that they hope to come back into special session to take up the MSP override by Wednesday, January 31, to take action and overturn the governorâ€™s veto. â€œOver 500 seniors and disabled individuals in North Haven survive off of a limited income and rely on help from the state for critical services,â€? said Rep. Yaccarino. â€œMy colleagues and I worked diligently to call the legislature back in for a special session to restore funding to the Medicare Savings Program in Fiscal Year 2018, which seniors and individuals with disabilities depend on to help pay their medical bills. With DÂżVFDOFULVLVORRPLQJRYHURXUKHDGVZHQHHGWRFRQVLGHUKRZVWDWH government can do the most good for the most people.â€? â€œI want to thank all the seniors and disabled individuals who shared their stories and experiences with state lawmakers over the past few months,â€? said Sen. Fasano. â€œIt was those voices that moved the legislature to work together in a bipartisan manner to restore funding for the Medicare Savings Program without worsening this yearâ€™s budget GHÂżFLW,WZDVDFKDOOHQJHEXWRQHWKDWWKHVWDWHQHHGHGWRRYHUFRPH to do what was right for the thousands of impacted elderly and disabled individuals. I am disappointed that the governor vetoed our bipartisan SODQ WR UHVWRUH WKLV IXQGLQJ EXW , DP FRQÂżGHQW WKDW ZLWK WKH SXEOLFÂśV support the legislature will have the courage to stand up to governor Malloy and stand up for the many seniors who are counting on us to restore this funding again and bring them peace of mind. It was great to discuss this issue, as well as other important state issues, with so many at the North Haven Senior Center and I look forward to keeping in touch throughout the session.â€? This meeting was an opportunity for residents to express any conFHUQV WKH\ PD\ KDYH DQG WR DVN TXHVWLRQV DERXW VSHFLÂżF SLHFHV RI legislation or issues that affect Connecticut seniors.
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Wallingford: Masonicare at Ashlar Village is pleased to offer a FREE â€œMoving Made Easyâ€? Expo on Tues., Feb. 13, from 13pm in the Hartog Auditorium, 74 Cheshire Road (snow date Feb. 15). Meet one-on-one with experts in downsizing, organizing, interior design, senior relocation, and more! Plus see a special presentation from Lynn McPhelimy on how to â€œDeclutter & Organize Your Life.â€? To RSVP, please call (203) 679-6425.
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Benchmark Senior Living Donates 67 Coats to Needy Hamden: Recently, Benchmark Senior Living at Hamden donated 67 coats to children and adults in need of warmth. The coats were donated in the local community after Benchmark Senior Living at Hamden held a coat drive as part of One Warm Coats Coat Drive program. We were so glad to partner with One Warm Coat this winter. There is a real need for coats in our local community and One Warm Coats program made it easy to us to make a difference and spread much needed warmth. We had a goal of collecting 50 coats, and we surpassed it! said Daniella Tartakovsky, Program Director. Each year, hundreds of thousands of gently worn coats are
Pictured: Donna Oddie coaches Mary Ann Martindale and Annamarie Bodich on bow making. Wallingford: One of the featured activities at the Wallingford Garden Club was provided by Donna Oddie, a member of the club. She has been making bows for decades and offered to teach members how to make bows with a variety of ribbons. Ribbons with wire in them were the easiest to use and Donna brought lots of ribbons to the meeting, so everyone could make a ribbon or two. These can be used RQJLIWVRUĂ€RUDODUUDQJHPHQWV0DQLSXODWLQJWKHULEERQVFDXVHGDORWV of laughs for many and it was a great skill to learn. distributed across North America to children, women and men in need through One Warm Coats Coat Drive program. We are so grateful for our wonderful Coat Drive Ambassadors like Benchmark Senior Living at Hamden. We are thrilled our community
came together to provide warmth for their neighbors in need and are thankful to the many area residents who donated to Benchmark Senior Living at Hamdenss coat drive! said One Warm Coat President & CEO, Jennifer Stockard.
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8TH ANNUAL ADULT SPELLING BEE *TEAMS WELCOME* The Wallingford Education Foundationâ€™s 8th Annual Adult Spelling Bee will be held Thurs., Feb. 15, 7pm at Moran Middle School. Wallingford School Superintendent Dr. Salvatore Menzo will emcee the event. Teams are comprised of three members plus an alternate. The entry fee (after Jan. 26) is $225. $OOSURFHHGVEHQHÂżWWKH)RXQGDtionâ€™s annual teacher mini-grants and other educational endeavors. Last year, 17 teams competed; the team â€œThe Librariansâ€? comprised of three workers from the Wallingford Public Library, won with the word â€œOyez.â€? In addition to the winning team, prizes will be awarded for Best Costume, Best Team Name and Most Spirited. There is also audience participation between rounds with a gift of $25 each for two winners. â€œItâ€™s really a great community event,â€? says Elizabeth Napolitano, chairman of the Bee. â€œSo recruit two friends or co-workers and sign up your team of three as soon as possible.â€? Rules and registration forms are a click away at www.Walling fordEducationFoundation.org or you can call (203) 949-6502.
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Rotary Club Foundation Seeks Proposals Hamden: As part of their ongoing commitment to the greater Hamden community, the Hamden Rotary Club foundation is seeking funding requests for local projects and programs that seek to further the priorities of the Rotary Club. These priorities include addressing the areas of hunger, education, the sick, literacy, the elderly, as well
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YOUR LINK TO QUALITY HEALTHCARE Bardon Hearing Service 605 Washington Ave., (Nutmeg Bldg.) North Haven Specializing in: â€˘ Repairs - some while you wait â€˘ Free Clean & Check of present Hearing Instrument â€˘ 10% AARP & Senior Discounts â€˘ Title 19, Union Plans accepted JEFF BURKHOLZ â€˘ St. Raphaels Hearing Instrument Care Card Provider Specialist * In Home Appointments Available *
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Edward Smith Library 3 Old Post Rd., Northford HOW CAN WE HELP? We are happy to announce that Teresa Holabird (Adult Services Librarian at the Edward Smith Library in Northford) has completed the training with My PlaceCT and is available (by appointment) to help you search for resources around our state to KHOS\RXÂżQGWKHFDUHDQGVXSport services needed to live independently. This site also can direct you to state and federal programs which may help you pay for health care, medications, food and more, making it easier with respite care for family caregivers. Contact holabirdt@yahoo. com or by phone, (203) 4840469 to get started.
North Haven Lions Collecting Used Glasses for Charity The box pictured at right is for used glasses for the underprivileged that cannot afford them. The North Haven Lions would appreciate help in collecting glasses for these people around the world. Listed below are the locations where glasses can be dropped off: New Alliance Bank (Washington Ave., North Haven); North Haven Library (Elm St., North Haven); North Haven Congregational Church (28 Church St., North Haven); St. John Episcopal Church (3 Trumbull Place, North Haven); St. Therese Church (555 Middletown Ave., North Haven); Total Vision Eyecare Center (81A Washington Ave., North Haven); Arnoldâ€™s Jewelers (117 Washington Ave., North Haven); North Haven Senior Center (189 Pool Road.); Montowese Baptist Church (201 Quinnipiac Ave), North Haven Pharmacy (278 Maple Ave.), Nelcon Service Center (302 Maple Ave, North Haven), Heins/Sight Optical (117 Washington Ave. North Haven), There now is box in the North Haven Town Hall. For more information, contact Joan Hunt, call 203-4304317.
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With the ridiculously frigid weather Connecticut has been experiencing, you might not be aware of the animals who live outdoors 365 days a year and so do not have the option of escaping the cold. And while it is true that wild animals are pretty much acclimated to the outdoors, moulting into a thicker coat of feathers or fur for example, elderly animals, including pets are not used to below zero temps and stand a very slim chance of surviving. Water nâ€™ Webs Rehab Centre recently admitted an adult house wren who seemed perfectly healthy except for appearing a bit lethargic. An exam revealed a healthy weight with no injuries and no leg or wing abnormalities.
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THE WHITNEY PLAYERS THEATER COMPANY presents 13, The Musical at the Thornton Wilder Auditorium, 2901 Dixwell Avenue, Hamden, March 8th-11th. Thursday through Saturday performances begin at 7pm and there is a matinee on Sunday. Ticket prices are $15 in advance, $18 students & seniors, and $20 general admission at the door. Tickets can be purchased in advance on Thursdays (2/15-3/1) from 6-7:30pm at Thornton Wilder. Cash or checks only or online. Go to www.thewhitneyplayers.org. The show is directed by Cindy SimellDevoe with choreography by Joan Christensen. This production is co-sponsored by the Hamden Arts Commission. For more information, call (203) 281-6007.
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The New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) will celebrate its 124th Season on Friday, February 9 at Anthonyâ€™s Ocean View with â€œThe Toni Awards,â€? a fundraising gala. The Gala will highlight the work of New Haven Mayor Toni Harp and Connecticut State Representative Toni Walker, whose efforts in supporting the arts and VSHFLÂżFDOO\WKH1HZ+DYHQ6\PSKRQ\KDYHEURDGHQHGWKHLPSDFW RIWKHRUFKHVWUDDQGKHOSHGWRVWDELOL]HLWVÂżQDQFLDOIXWXUH This special fundraising gala will kick off Valentineâ€™s Day weekend with a VIP chocolate tasting for Benefactor level attendees at 7pm, followed by a cocktail hour at 7:30pm for all attendees. The eveningâ€™s festivities also will include live music, dinner, and a silent auction. The gala is chaired by two NHSO Board Directos: Brian Gedicks, Associate General Counsel for the Knights of Columbus, and ChrisWLQH-HDQ/RXLV$VVLVWDQW$WWRUQH\*HQHUDODWWKH2IÂżFHRIWKH$Wtorney General for the State of Connecticut. Proceeds from the gala will support the artistic and educational mission of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. Opportunities to support the gala include purchasing a table or individual tickets, varying sponsorships of the gala, purchasing an ad in the galaâ€™s program book, or participating in the silent auction. Tickets start at $150 and can be purchased online at www. NewHavenSymphony.org/Gala or by calling (203) 865-0831, ext. 18. The Toni Awards Gala is sponsored by Yale New Haven Health Heart and Vascular Center and United Personnel.
huddle together in the houses to keep warm. 3) Consider leaving some food outside for wildlife. Ducks and geese will relish cracked corn. Squirrels will appreciate some peanuts in the shell left at the base of a tree or scattered in the park or your own backyard. 4) Never throw food scraps away. Leave them outside ANYWHERE and you will provide a hungry animal with sustenance that might just mean the difference between life and death.
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Upcoming Area Shows CLASSIC SHOWS, LLC will hold a Train and Toy Show on Sun., February 11th, from 9am-2pm at Zandriâ€™s Stillwood Inn, 1074 South Colony Road (Route 5), Wallingford. (Zandriâ€™s Stillwood Inn is located off I-91, exit 13 northbound and southbound. From Route 15 take exit 63 northbound and southbound.) Exhibitors from throughout the region will have toy trains of all sizes and gauges, both old and new, for sale. Look for items from manufacturers such as Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, and LGB. The show will feature train-related paintings and artwork for sale. Diecast vehicles and other toys may also be IRXQG 2SHUDWRUV FROOHFWRUV DQG PRGHOHUV ZLOO EH DEOH WR ÂżQG WKH items for which they have been searching. An operating layout will be set up for everyone to enjoy. A test track is available to check that items are in operating condition. Admission is $6.00. Children 15 and under are free with an adult. For information, call (203) 926-1327 or visit www.ClassicShowsllc.com.
Scheduled Bus Trips 2018 SCHEDULE FOR FOXWOODS CASINO TRIPS: Bus leaves the new home of the Jolly Time Seniors, 509 Laurel St., East Haven at 7:45am, leaving the Casino at 4:30pm. Rate: $25 (Includes Foxwoods Reimbursement Package, Free Buffet or $10 off other restaurants and $10 free slot play.) Casino dates: Feb. 15, March 15, April 19, May 17, June 21, July 19, Aug. 16, Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15, Dec. 20. Reserve your seat by calling Charlie Parsons, (203) 245-9326 or writing Jolly Time Seniors, 489 Durham Road, Madison, CT 06443. KC AND THE SUNSHINE TRAVELERS: Sat., April 21: One World Observatory 9/11 Memorial Museum - Cost: $115; Price Includes: Motorcoach, Sky Pod Elevator, Sky Portal Main Observatory, See )RUHYHU7KHDWHU/XQFKRQ\RXURZQDW%URRNÂżHOG3ODFHQHZXSVFDOH food court in lower Manhattan) Tour Director and Gratuities. Departs Devine St. & Hartford Tpke., North Haven. Sat., July 21: CT Light House Cruise Aboard the Sea Jet New London - Cost: $110. Price Includes: motorcoach, weâ€™ll see 8 Lighthouses, Late Lunch at Steak Loft in Olde Mistick Village, plus gratuities. Departs 10:30am from Hartford Tpke. & Devine St., North Haven. Returns: Approximately 7:15pm. Sat., Aug. 18: Saratoga, NY - Admission & Grandstand Setting at Saratoga Race Course: Deluxe motorcoach and drivers gratuities. Lunch on your own at the Raceway. Cost: $94 pp, deposit of SSWRFRQÂżUPGDWHDQGSXUFKDVHWLFNHWVGXHE\%DODQFHGXH July 10. Depart 7:45am commuter lot at Hartford Tpke. & Devine St., North Haven. Estimated return 10pm. Sept. 14-16: Washington DC 2 nights at Holiday Inn in Arlington, VA. Guided City Tour, Free time at Smithsonian, Washington-By-Night tour, Arlington National Cemetery. $485 per double, $640 Single. Price Includes: motorcoach, 2 nightsâ€™ hotel, 2 breakfasts, 2 dinners, sightseeing & admissions as per itinerary and Friendship Tours Escort. Deposit $150 by June 22. Final Payment by: July 27. Also the following Cruise is Available! Nov. 3-17: Panama Canal Cruise Aboard the Brand New Norwegian Bliss15 days/14 nights. Prices starting at $2,879 pp twin. Includes: Air, Ă€LJKWVIURP+DUWIRUGWR/RV$QJHOHVKRPHIURP0LDPL,WLQHUDU\/RV Angeles, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Guatemala Costa Rica. Full transit of Canal Cartagena and Miami. Call Karen Forsyth, (203) 2811769 home, (203) 887-2967 cell or Cathie Martus, (203) 710-9757 for reservations or more information. HORIZONS TRAVELERS: Atlantic City: Sun. & Mon., April 22 & 23. $129 dbl. occ., $109 triple occ., single occupany 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, Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Ave., Hamden, 2nd stop at Exit 40 - 195 Commuter Lot, Milford. For more info, contact (203) 671-9384 or (203) 231-5637. â€œFâ€? SENIORS & FRIENDS: May 14, 15, 16: Atlantic City - Resorts Casino - Slot Play, Show, Meal Tickets. $229 per person. Send to: Fred Morgillo, 37 Yates St., West Haven, CT 06516. Call (203) 3895808 or (203) 927-4249. JOLLY TIME SENIORS, INC. TRIPS: Each trip costs $110 per person. Checks payable to: Jolly Time Seniors, Inc. For additional information or reservations, contact: Jolly Time Seniors, Inc., Charlie Parsons, 489 Durham Rd., Madison, CT 06443 or phone: (203) 2459326. All trips depart from 509 Laurel St., East Haven (home of Jolly Time Seniors). Wed., June 13: Westchester Dinner Theatre - Sister Act: Leave 9:15am. Matinee performance, fabulous lunch included with choice of entrees offered upon arrival. ($55 Deposit due 4/13/18, Balance of $55 due 5/13/18). Mon., Aug. 13: Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant - No Tell Motel: Leave 8:30am. We will enjoy an extensive â€œLobsterfestâ€? then move into the showroom to see the play ($55 Deposit due 6/13/18, Balance of $55 due 7/13/18). Thurs., Oct. 11: Oktoberfest at Kruckerâ€™s (Ponoma, NY): Leave 8:30am, DUULYHDSSUR[DP7KHGD\ZLOOEHÂżOOHGZLWKORWVRIJUHDWIRRG German Folk Dancers & German Music. From noon-4:30, enjoy all you want beer, wine & soft drinks. At 3pm, there will be 3 games of Bingo for a nice bottle of wine (at no cost). ($55 Deposit due 8/11/18, Balance of $55 due 9/11/18). Wed., Dec. 5: Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant - Saving Grace: Leave 8:30am. Enjoy an extensive luncheon buffet, then move into the showroom to see the play. ($55 Deposit due 10/5/18, Balance of $55 due 11/5/18).
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NORTH HAVEN ELECTRIC, LLC: We do it all! Residential and Commercial work. No Job is Too Small! 24-Hour Emergency Service. Family owned. Fully Licensed and Insured. (CT Lic. #103238) Over 30 years experience! Call us today for a free estimate! (203) 239-5695. We accept all major credit cards. ELECTRICAL WORK: Specializing in small jobs, plugs, light hookups, etc. Cheap rates. Call (203) 230-1833. Lic. #154114. ELECTRANET, INC.: Family owned, over 30 yrs. experience. Fully licensed, insured. CT license #123734. All phases of electrical work, new, old. (203) 314-9928 or (203) 484-9064.
EQUIPMENT RENTAL & SALES 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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FURNACE CLEANING RESIDENTIAL BOILER & FURNACE CLEANINGS: $95+ Tax Includes: Nozzle, strainer, oil cartridge, also oil burner repair service. Licensed and insured. (203) 230-1404.
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HEATING SERVICES DENNIS SHARP HEATING SERVICE: Repairs, installs and oil tank replacements, $1,400 complete. (860) 517-6382. DENNIS SHARP HEATING SERVICE: Tune-ups, installs, boilers, furnaces, water heaters, oil tanks installed $1,800 complete. Serving all of Conn., 15 yrs. experience. CT-1 0403312. (860) 517-6382.
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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. REPAIR WORK, SHEETROCK, Ceilings, Walls, Holes, Water Damage, Painting, Carpentry, Decks, Stairs, Doors, etc. (203) 889-2901.
HOUSECLEANING BEST HOUSECLEANING IN TOWN. Will clean your condo, house, or apartment weekly, bi-weekly, or once a month. Will clean refrigerators & ovens, also organizing, and clean out when people move. For an excellent housecleaning, call Theresa, (203) 974-3655 or (203) 468-0642 for a free estimate. Ask for Senior discount. FAMILY TIME IS FOR WEEKENDS Not Cleaning. Let me take care of that. 15 years in business. Lots of TLC. Call/XF\ (203) 915-0732. CHILEAN HOUSEKEEPER: I work hard and well, very responsible, reliable and trustworthy. Flexible hours, work weekends. Call Maria Adriana, (229) 347-9137.
JUNK REMOVAL JUNK REMOVAL/CLEANOUTS: Need your attic, basement, garage, barn, shed, etc. cleaned out for cheap? Free estimates. Call or text Claudio at (203) 530-8552. WE HAUL AWAY one item or a truck load. Reasonable rates. Neat and prompt. *UHJRU\ÂśV +DXOLQJ over 20 years. (203) 235-6210. REMOVE ALL UNWANTED Furniture/Appliances. Whole estate cleanup. Remove automobiles and scrap metal, â€œwhatever.â€? Call Rich, (203) 927-1527. JUNK REMOVAL & MORE. We clean out estates, houses, apartments, attics, basements. Fall cleanups, garages, sheds, decks, yards. Foreclosure property cleanup, metal cleanup, and unwanted vehicle removal. Free estimates, (203) 535-9817, (860) 575-8218. Mention this ad, get 10% off. We service all of CT. DUMP RUNS - ANYTHING UNWANTED we will remove. %UXVK ÂżOO FHPHQW ZRRG PHWDO VKHGV SRROV HWF *LYH XV a call, we will haul. Free estimates. Floriano Designs, Inc., ZZZĂ€RULDQRGHVLJQVFRP
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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.
TILE INSTALLER: Experienced in all aspects of ceramic tile, marble, etc. Kitchens, baths, foyers, backsplashes. References available, competitive pricing, 12 years in trade. Mark, (203) 641-9896.
PLUMBING & HEATING WALLINGFORD PLUMBING & HEATING: Water Heater Specials - 40 gallon gas $925; 50 gallon electric $875. 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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PAINTING SERVICES 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. C. RUSSELL DECORATIVE FINISHES: High quality interior painting services, including straight painting and decorative cusWRPDFFHQWZDOODQGIXUQLWXUHÂżQLVKHV/LFHQVHGDQG,QVXUHG H.I.C.# 0609957. Call (203) 671-8064, Curt Russell. 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. SEMI-RETIRED PAINTER: Repairman, interior & exterior, water spots, cracks & holes. 35 years experience. Free estimates. Recent references. No job too small. Reasonable, Ranch or Cape (Special). (203) 915-2029. â€œONE CALL COVERS IT ALL.â€? MRP Painting and Carpentry. Interior/Exterior Painting and Power Washing. Commercial/ Residential. Wallpaper Removal, Water/Smoke Damage, Sheet Rock Repair. References available. Free Estimates. Discounts for Veterans. Fully Insured. Call Marc, (203) 514-1584. We will drive away with you smiling! JIM KENNEDY PAINTING: Interior, exterior, wallpapering. Insured. Power washing. (203) 288-6057. Reg. #0621006. BARLETTAâ€™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.
PLANT HEALTH CARE TECHS: â€˘ Pruning â€˘ Spraying â€˘ Stump Grinding â€˘ Removals â€˘ Deep Root Fertilizing. Free estimates and site inspections. CT Licensed Arborist. (203) 248-1203 or (203) 265-4405. License #S4440. EZ TREE & BRUSH REMOVAL: Tree and shrub removal, brush chipping, stump grinding. Prompt service. Free Estimates. Licensed and Insured, #583726. Reasonable. Bruce, (203) 272-1396. 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. TREE REMOVAL & LAND CLEARING: Experienced, safe crew providing top quality work at reasonable prices. Bucket truck/climber. Full tree removal or take downs only. Brush and pricker removal, hedge, shrub trimming. Courteous, professional service. Fully insured. Free estimates. Call Bill, (203) 675-9152.
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.
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CNA - CERTIFIED looking for around-the-clock position. Also overnight. (203) 641-0817. CNA WITH 20+ YRS. EXPERIENCE will care for your elderly with TLC. Willing to work days, eves, nights. Hamden, West PLUMBING Haven, New Haven, North Haven areas. (203) 901-3570. PLUMBING PROBLEMS?? Leaky faucets, leaky showers and RETIRED R.N.: Personable, reliable, experienced seeks popipes, bathroom sinks, common toilet problems, clogged sinks sition as companion for elderly. $15/hour, 3 hr. minimum. All and drains, hot water heaters installed, garbage disposals. Call towns outside New Haven, including New Haven. Jane, (203) (203) 584-6868. 314-7788.
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