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Family Music Center Announces Randy Bost As The Teacher Of The Month For April 2018
North Haven: The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) Chapter 257 monthly meeting will be held Mon., June 4, 1pm at the North Haven Congregational Church, 28 Church St. All active and retired federal workers are invited to attend. The guest speaker will be Debbie Herget, BC/BS Federal Employees Program Consultant, who will discuss the Medicare Part B partial premium reimbursement for 2018. A luncheon is planned; a $6 per person charge will be collected at the door. Members planning to attend are asked to contact Judy at (203) 239-9234 by May 28. NARFE is dedicated to protecting and preserving the earned EHQH¿WV RI IHGHUDO ZRUNHUV DQG retirees. For more information: http:// www.narfe.org/
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Hamden: The Family Music Center is proud to announce Randy Bost as our Teacher of the Month for April 2018 for his outstanding instruction and dedication to his students. Randy plays and teaches rock, funk, jazz, and classical trumpet. He is a welcome addition to our teaching staff and we are delighted to have him here. For additional information, please contact the Family Music Center at 203288-5647 or FamilyMusicCenter@yahoo.com.
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Camera Club Meeting
North Haven Camera Club will have an instructional meeting on Tues., June 5, 7pm at Hope Christian Church, 211 Montowese Avenue. This meetingâ€™s presenter will be Carmela Castiglione, speaking about Image Restoration and Enhancement. Carmela has been working in Photoshop for over 20 years; editing and enhancing images for weddings, doing photograph restoration and sensitively retouching faces. She will show how she opens eyes, repairs a torn photograph, recreates some part of an image that is missing and much more. Although she will be working in Photoshop, many of these features are available in other programs. Also between 6:30-7:30pm, North Haven Camera Club will have a photography sale for individuals to buy and sell. Some items will include small soft boxes, studio lights, props for portraits, backdrops, canvas backgrounds and more. )RU VSHFLÂżF GHWDLOV DERXW WKH presentation and sale, contact Laura Parisi at laura.parisi@ northhavencameraclub.com
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The North Haven Rotary Club is always seeking new members who want to give back to the greater community. The Club is not only for business professionals but people from all walks of life. The club meets every Tuesday morning, 7am at the Breakfast Nook on Washington Ave in North Haven, and hosts regular social events. Throughout the year the club fundraises with events like Wine & Roses, the pancake breakfast, Kids For Kids, and the Tessa Marie Memorial 5K and Fun Run. 0RQH\UDLVHGEHQHÂżWVORFDOFKDULties, organizations and causes, including the North Haven Education Foundation, NHTV, Special Olympics CT, Fix & Feed North Haven, Camp Rising Sun, Vets 4 Vets, the Community Soup Kitchen, the Ronald McDonald House, the North Haven Garden Club, and the NHHS girls rugby team. Anyone interested in joining can contact LuAnn Buono at (203) 641-4690.
The Northford Womenâ€™s Club, GFWC, has designed a custom throw showing highlights of various locations in our town. There is still time to purchase them for graduation gifts. The throws are 48â€?x68â€? with fringe on 4 sides. 100% machine washable and dryable cotton and are made in the USA. There are 4 color choices available: Cranberry, Dark Gray, Hunter Green and Purple. The price is $45. All proceeds will be used towards our charity budget which supports local programs in our town and surrounding areas. For more information, please email email@example.com or call Mary Ellen at (203) 484- 9079. You can also view our webpage at www.northfordwom ensclub.org or check us out on Facebook. The Northford Womenâ€™s Club is a member of the General Federation of Womenâ€™s Clubs.
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North Haven: State Representative Dave Yaccarino (R-87), in conjunction with Veterans Services of New England is hosting a â€˜Stuff D+XPYHHÂśHYHQWWRFROOHFWLWHPVWREHQHÂżWORFDOYHWHUDQVLQQHHG The event will take place on Saturday, June 2nd from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at American Legion Post 76 located at 20 Church Street in North Haven. There will be a â€˜Humveeâ€™ on the premises to collect non-perishable food items and toiletries that will then be donated to local Veterans in need. Rep. Yaccarino is working with town social services departments to identify organizations or veterans that are in most need of these items in the New Haven Country. Âł,WÂśVFULWLFDOWKDWZHQHYHUIRUJHWWKHJUHDWVDFULÂżFHWKDWRXUEUDYH men and women in the Armed Forces gave so that we can enjoy our IUHHGRP,DSSUHFLDWHWKRVHVDFULÂżFHVDQGEHOLHYHWKDWLWLVRXUGXW\ to at least provide some basic needs and services to our most vulnerable veterans,â€? Rep. Yaccarino said. Some of the needed items include: Personal Care: Deodorant, menâ€™s and womenâ€™s, Razors, menâ€™s & womenâ€™s, Shaving cream, Soap, Hand soap, Shampoo/conditioner, 6KRZHU JHO 7RRWKEUXVKHV 7RRWKSDVWH 0RXWKZDVK 'HQWDO Ă€RVV Feminine hygiene products, â€œDependsâ€? type products, Vaseline and KDQG ORWLRQ 0HGLFDWHG IRRW SRZGHU 1DLO ÂżOHVQDLO FOLSSHUV &RXJK drops, Vicks vapor rub, Reusable water bottles, Combs/hairbrushes, Hand sanitizer, Contact solution/eye drops, Chapstick/lip balm, Individual tissue packs, Band aids, Wet Ones type hand wipes, Q-Tips, Dry shampoo, No-rinse wipes (for adult personal hygiene). Clothing: New or unworn adult winter jackets, New or unworn adult mittens and gloves, New or unworn adult winter hats and scarves, NEW packs of adult socks, male and female â€“ cotton or wool, NEW packs of menâ€™s & womenâ€™s underwear, New or unworn menâ€™s & womenâ€™s shoes/boots/winter boots, New or unworn childrenâ€™s winter jackets, mittens, gloves, hats and scarves. Food Items: Nonperishable food items, Cases of individual bottled spring water, Gallon size spring water, Regular â€œgroundâ€? coffee, Nonperishable canned goods, Packages of hard candies, Instant coffee and hot cocoa, Powder drink mixes, Chewing gum. Miscellaneous: New household cleaning supplies, Non-prescription reading glasses (â€œReadersâ€?), Hand/feet/body warmers, Can openers for nonperishable foods.
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North Haven Memorial Library June Programs for Adults To register for a program at North Haven Memorial Library (OP6W FDOO or online at Northhavenlibrary. net. Programs are free to all except where fees are noted. Meditation & The Wow Factor - Feel Younger, Thinner, Healthier and more: Tues., June 5, 7-8pm. Based on his own experience as a gerontologist and someone who has been meditating for many years, Dr. Matthew Raider will talk about what keeps you young even as your body ages. He will also explore the eternal nature of consciousness and explain how you can experience it for yourself. Dr. Raider is a national speaker and a contributing author to the book, Meditation as Medication for the Soul by Rajinder Singh. His chapter, Meditation: 25 Years Experience in Primary Care Medicine chronicles meditation as it has moved from â€œbeing considered a fringe practice to now being called the secret to optimum health.â€? Registration
required. Queer, There & Everywhere23 People Who Changed the World: Wed., June 6, 6:307:30pm. Learn about the long, once-hidden history of LGBTQ people around the world to celebrate Pride Month! Program presented by Sarah Prager, Wallingford resident and author of Queer, There, and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the World, a critically-acclaimed young adult book about LGBTQ KLVWRULFDOÂżJXUHV6DUDKZLOOKDYH books available for purchase and signing. Small Business WorkshopsElements of the Marketing Plan: Thurs., June 7 & June 14, 6:30-8pm (2-week program). A well-designed marketing plan can help you raise awareness of your business, attract more customers, and boost sales. In
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Special Olympics Connecticut Will Host Summer Games, Celebrate its 50th Anniversary, June 8-10 Hamden: Special Olympics Connecticut will host its annual Summer Games presented by United Technologies, and celebrate its 50th Anniversary - Fri., June 8 through Sun., June 10. As in past years, the event will be held at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven as well as Hamden Hall Country Day School Skiff Street Athletic Complex in Hamden. A new location, Yale University West Campus in Orange, has been added this year for the cycling competition. Along with cycling, athletes will compete in swimming, soccer, athletics (track and ÂżHOG DQGWHQQLVWKURXJKRXWWKH weekend. The action kicks off on Friday night with Opening Ceremonies at the Jess Dow Field at Southern Connecticut State University at 7:15pm. The public is wel-
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Inclusiveness & the LGBTQ Community: Mon., June 11, 6:30-8pm. Representatives from Stonewall Speakers, a volunteer speakers group comprised of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, will talk about personal accounts of their life experiences in an effort to dispel myths and stereotypes. Topics covered will include tolerance, compassion, respect, understanding, and acceptance. Feel free to bring any questions you may have. The North Haven Memorial Library offers an inclusive and safe environment, welcoming everyone with equality, respect, and dignity regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, or gender expression. Local Author Amy BloomWhite Houses: Wed., June 13, 6:30-7:30pm. Amy Bloom will discuss her latest book, White Houses, a love story inspired by one of the most intriguing relationships in history between ElHDQRU5RRVHYHOWDQGÂłÂżUVWIULHQGÂ´ Lorena Hickok. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Registration required. Carnival of Fun - The Summer Reading Club Kickoff: Sat., June 16, 11am-2pm. Come one! Come all! Everyone is invited to the Libraryâ€™s Carnival of Fun to kick off our Summer Reading Club! Weâ€™ll have games, crafts, live entertainment, food trucks and more!
Pictured Top: North Haven Town Public Works employees Steve Swiatek, Italo Colonna, Jim Lazack, John Lazack. Bottom left: Gerri Giordano. Bottom right: Cindy Golia. Right: Arbor Day Tree Northern Red Oak. North Haven: On Tuesday May 1st, our hard working employees from the North Haven Public Works just starting to dig the hole for the Arbor Day Tree when North Haven Garden Club member Cindy Golia came by, with the tree in tow, with the help from husband Anthony, unloaded the tree. Member Gerri Giordano joined Cindy and with not too much trouble the tree was planted in a beautiful sunny spot at the top of the North Haven Town Green. The tree, a Northern Red Oak will grow and provide shade as well as a habitat for many a small creature, whether it EHDFUDZOLQJRQHDĂ€\LQJRQHRUDVFXUU\LQJRQH Donâ€™t forget to check out The North Haven Garden Club on Facebook for lots of useful and entertaining information and pictures of all our club does in the great Town of North Haven and like our page!! FUN FACT- Northern Red Oak is a medium to large deciduous tree and is one of the tallest and fastest growLQJUHGRDNVWKDWVXSSRUWVPRUHPRWKVDQGEXWWHUĂ€LHVWKDQDQ\ other type of tree. It can support over 150 species of animals. North Haven Garden Club is a member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, New England Garden Club and The National Garden Clubs Inc. Article and photos by Cindy Golia
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North Haven: The Daytime Gardeners of North Haven are sponsoring a Blue Star Memorial project with support from Arnoldâ€™s Jewelers, The Gould Insurance Group, and with cooperation from the Town of North Haven. The unveiling and dedication ceremony will be on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 9:00 AM on the Town Green before the Memorial Day parade. The American Legion is coordinating the dedication program in conjunction with the garden club. The Daytime Gardeners will design and maintain DVPDOOJDUGHQRIUHGZKLWHDQGEOXHĂ€RZHUVDURXQGWKHEDVHRIWKH%OXH Star Memorial Marker. The Blue Star Memorial Program, sponsored by the National Garden Clubs, Inc., is unique in that it honors all men and women who have served, those who are currently serving, and all those who will serve, in the United States Armed Services. The program began with the planting of 8,000 Dogwood trees by the New Jersey Council of Garden Clubs in 1944 as a living memorial to veterans of World War II. In 1945, the National Council of State Garden Clubs adopted this program and began a Blue Star Highway system that covers thousands of miles across the Continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii. A large metal Blue Star Memorial Highway Marker was placed at appropriate locations along the way. 7KHÂżUVW%OXH6WDU0DUNHULQ&RQQHFWLFXWZDVLQVWDOOHGLQWKHWRZQRI Guilford in 1950. No other markers were installed until 2003 when the Danbury Garden Club dedicated a Memorial Marker at Exit 5 off eastbound I 84. The program has slowly grown over the years and North Haven will dedicate the 14th Blue Star Marker in the state. Two more markers will be dedicated later this year, one in Bridgewater and another in Roxbury. From itsâ€™ early beginnings, the program has expanded to include all men and women who have served, are serving, or will serve in the armed services of the United States. It has expanded from the Highway Markers, to now include Memorial Markers and By-Way markers used at locations such as National cemeteries, parks, veteranâ€™s facilities, and gardens. 7KH%OXH6WDUEHFDPHDQLFRQLQ:RUOG:DU,,DQGZDVVHHQRQĂ€DJV and banners in homes for sons and daughters away at war, and in churches and businesses. This program has been active all through the years to the present, an appropriate tribute to our Armed Forces. Daytime Gardeners of North Haven is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of CT, Inc., New England Garden Clubs, and National Garden Clubs, Inc. New members are always welcome. For information on our activities and membership, call Daytime Gardeners at (203) 239-1557.
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North Haven: The North Haven Garden Club wants to remind parents to encourage their children to write a poem and submit it by the deadline of June 21st. The children have a chance to win a prize in their grade grouping from the North Haven Garden Club. If you win at our level your poem will be submitted to the National Garden Club for review with the possibility of being published in a booklet. Below are the guidelines and rules for the contest. The National Garden Clubs Annual Poetry Contest which is open to students in North Haven from Kindergarten to Ninth grade. The contest theme this year is â€œPOP GOES THE SEEDâ€? . We hope this program will â€œexcite and encourage our Youth to express and explore their creative thoughts through different types of poetry. National Garden Clubâ€™s Poetry Contest enables our youth to embrace their creativity through the art of writing. Be imaginative and join the winners to see your poetry in a printed booklet!â€? This year we are running the poetry contest in April to coincide with the North Haven school systems poetry month. FIVE GRAND PRIZES will be awarded to the winners in this breakdown- Kindergarten & 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 4th & 5th, 6 & 7th and 8th & 9th. So come and get your â€œGROWâ€? on and try your hand at poetry, youâ€™ll never know if you have a hidden talent if you donâ€™t try! Eligibility: Special Education and English as a Second Language: Kindergarten through Ninth Grade General Education: Kindergarten through Ninth Grade. Dates for Submission: All entries are due to Youth Chair Cindy Golia on or before June 21st 2018. Entries can be dropped off at the North Haven Memorial Library Childrenâ€™s Department or by mailing entries to The North Haven Garden Club, 12 Stanton Road, North Haven, CT 06473 Contest Rules: 1. All entries must be typed and titled 2. Include name, address, age, grade, telephone number and school of participant on the back of entry 3. Sponsoring garden club (North Haven Garden Club) and state garden club (Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut Inc.) name PXVWDOVREHLGHQWLÂżHG 4. Sponsoring garden club may be that of a grandparent 5. All entries become the property of National Garden Clubs, Inc. 6. Poems do not have to rhyme 7. Poems may be traditional verse, acrostics, blank verse, cinquains, diamond poems, limerick, or Haiki Note: Only regional winners are considered in the judging for national winners. Contest winners will not be allowed to win two consecutive years. All of the winning entries will be compiled into a booklet, which will be made available to the winners. Donâ€™t forget to check out The North Haven Garden Club on Facebook for lots of useful and entertaining information and pictures of all our club does in the great Town of North Haven and like our page!! FUN FACTSome seeds need to be soaked in water overnight for easier germination. Make sure you read you seed packet before planting. North Haven Garden Club is a member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, New England Garden Club and The National Garden Clubs Inc. Article and photo by Cindy Golia
The Town of Hamden is looking for musical talent for its 2018 Farmerâ€™s Market season! The Farmerâ€™s Market runs for 15 weeks every Thursday afternoon from June 28 through Oct. 4. Hours are 4pm-7:30pm with certain dates closing at 7pm in September and October. The Hamden Market draws an average of 500 attendees per week, and reaches an audience of approximately 20,000 local residents through our weekly social media and email announcements. Each week, the Market hosts up to 2-dozen vendors with products ranging from fresh veggies and produce to meats, poultry, dairy, specialty prepared foods, hand crafted items and clothing, and your favorite local food trucks! The Market also hosts weekly guest organizations DQG UDIĂ€HV VXFK DV WKH DQQXDO â€œPaint Hamden Pinkâ€? event organized by the American Cancer Society. Interested artists and musical groups will be expected to perform sets that are DW OHDVW WZR KRXUV ORQJ Submissions must contain a video or an MP3 that consists of two songs, as well as a set list and a set length. All songs must be family friendly. Submissions must be in the form of a direct link to content. (E.g. Dropbox, Youtube, Google Drive). 6WDQGDORQHÂżOHVXEPLVVLRQV ZLOO QRW EH DFFHSWHG All submissions should be emailed to Patrick Donnelly at pdonnel firstname.lastname@example.org. Compensation is negotiable.
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Adele Barton, 87, beloved mother and friend, passed away at Masonicare Hospice on May 12, 2018 after a brief illness. She entered this world on January 7, 1931 in Torrington, CT, born to Arthur Lake and Irene (Walker) Leonard. She grew up in Yalesville, CT and was raised by her mother and grandparents, Faye and Bessie Walker. She is survived by her daughter Linda Barton Rolstone and three sons; Kenneth Barton (Michael Cowles), David Barton (Diana), Glen Barton (Loy Hayes), and Sri Lankan son, Anu Walaliyadda (Paula Clogher). She was especially proud of her six grandchildren Emily Brandt (Chris), Geoffrey Rolstone, Hilary Rolstone, James Rolstone, Shea Barton, Conlan Barton and and her very special great grandchildren Reaghan and Easton James â€œEJâ€? Brandt as well as her long-time four-legged companion Tucker. Although an only child, Adeleâ€™s cousins, Maridell Mason (2017), Betty Czaplicki of South Glastonbury, CT, Marcia Felber of Watch Hill, RI, Bryce Honeywell of 6SULQJÂżHOG97DQG5XVV/HRQDUG of Yankton, SD were very much like her sisters and brothers. Should friends desire, a donation can be made in her name to St. John the Evangelist Church or The Covenant House (covenanthouse.org), a charity near and dear to her heart and to which she has been a supporter for over 25 years.
Deborah Snedeker Hodio, 67, of West Haven, formerly of North Haven, passed into eternal rest on Monday, May 14, 2018 after a brief illness with her loving family and friends surrounding her. Predeceased by her husband Theodore Hodio. Deborah was born in Richmond, Virginia on November 10, 1950 and was the daughter of the late Rodney and Frances &LRIÂż 6QHGHNHU 6KH LV VXUYLYHG by her son Lewis (Stephanie) Acampora and four siblings, Mr. & Mrs. Rodney (Mary Ann) Snedeker of Asheville, N.C., Mr. Richard Snedeker of West Haven, Mr. & Mrs. Gregg (Cynthia) Snedeker of Wallingford and Ms. Karyn Snedeker of West Haven. She also leaves behind six granddaughters, Cassandra, Nicole, Madison, Darby, Hope and SumPHU $FDPSRUD ÂżYH QLHFHV DQG nephews, three great-nieces and nephews as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. Predeceased by her exhusband Lewis Acampora, a son Kevin Acampora and her brother Brian Snedeker. Her grandchildren were the light of her life. The family would like to extend their appreciation for all the love and support from family and friends throughout this trying time. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Helen Malon Bosco peacefully returned home to the Lord on Monday, May 14, 2018. She was born in Waterbury on March 5, 1931, daughter of John and Agnes (Krolczyk) Malon and has resided in Wallingford for 62 years. She is survived by her loving children, Nancy Germain and husband Bob, son Richard Bosco, and Marcia Gade and husband David; grandchildren Rob Germain and wife Leslie, Terri Williams and husband Ed, Matthew Gade, Brandon Gade, and Alyssa Gade; great-grandchildren Nadilie and Ethan Germain, EJ, Zeke, and Eli Williams; and sister Stella Bush as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by sisters Laura Jean Devit and Dorothy Butler. Should friends desire, please consider a donation in her memory to the In A HeartBeat Foundation located at 30 Dutton Street Wallingford, CT 06492. http://inaheartbeat.org/.
Thomas J. Salvati, 49, of Northford, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at Yale-New Haven Hospital with his family by his side. He was the husband of Debra Nuniz Salvati. Thomas was born in New Haven on August 4, 1968 and was the son of Pasquale Salvati and the late Martha Ross Salvati. Father of Thomas and Christina DeMayo. Step father of Buddy Rodriguez, Jonan and Frank Gervaiso. Grandfather of Nataliah and Cataleya DeMayo, and Leveon Robinson. Brother of Pasquale Salvati (Joyce), James Salvati, Anthony Salvati (Anna) and Gina Cintron. Also survived by Patricia DeMayo mother of his children and several nieces and nephews. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Frances Josephine DeMorro Campano, 83, of Hamden passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Frances was born in New Haven on January 27, 1935 and was the daughter of the late Joseph and Theresa Piccirillo DeMorro. Mother of Donna (Charles) Forselius, Joseph (Diana) Campano, Marc (Linda) Campano, Lori (Kevin) Conway, Michael (Kari) Campano and the late Pamela Perrotti. Grandmother of Gina, Paul, Sean, Aimee, Taylor, Kristina, Kaitlyn, Leah, Gabrielle, Ava and Jack. GreatGrandmother of Joseph and Julian. Sister of Eugene DeMorro, Elizabeth DeMorro-Leahy, Alfred DeMorro and the late Howard Jack, Thomas and Robert DeMorro. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Patrick â€œFrenchieâ€? Moreau, of Northford, passed away peacefully May 11, 2018. He was the husband of the late Debra Collier Moreau. Patrick was born in Canada, February 14, 1935, a son of the late George and Suzanne Morneault Moreau. Loving father of Michael Moreau and his wife Sandy, cherished grandfather of Aiden Moreau, brother of Juliette Turgeon, Joe and Paul Moreau. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to Habitat for Humanity of Greater New Haven, 37 Union Street, New Haven, CT 06511.
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Marie A. Oâ€™Connor Varrone, 94, of Hamden, formerly of North Haven, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford. She was the beloved wife of the late James A. Varrone. Marie was born in Hartford on April 5, 1924 and was the daughter of the late Jeremiah F. and Catherine J. Courtney Oâ€™Connor. Mother of Mary C. Varrone. Sister of Catherine J. Walton, Eileen Camp, and the late Ruth Ottati, Dorothy and Daniel Oâ€™Connor. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Raymond Joseph Gervais, 94, of Wallingford, beloved husband of the late Rita (LeBel) Gervais, passed away on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at Regency House in Wallingford. Raymond was born on June 8, 1923 in Meriden, a son of the late Emile P. and Melvina (Boisvert) Gervais. Raymond served in the United States Army during World War II. Raymond is survived by his sons, Allen Gervais and his wife, Linda, Gene Gervais and his wife, Carol, Donald Gervais and his wife, Patricia, and Mark Gervais, all of Wallingford; his daughter, Pamela Rule and her husband, James, of Trumbull; and many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. He was predeceased by his sons, Paul and Kenneth, and his siblings, Thomas, Robert, Jeanette Ratte, and Emile.
Muriel A. Smith, age 97, of Wallingford, passed away on May 15, 2018. Born in Brooklyn, NY on February 17, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alma (Strawson) Vacaro. Muriel was predeceased by her husband, Thomas F. Smith Sr. and her son Thomas F. Smith Jr. Muriel is survived by her son Ronald Smith of Wallingford; her granddaughters, Jennifer Nelson of Wallingford, Carrie Bartomeli and her husband Chris of Seymour, and Lauren Ucol and her husband Elvin of San Diego, CA and her greatgrandchildren, Nicole and Jeremy Moore and Isabella Nelson. Muriel was a resident of New Haven most of her life. Services were held at the www.beecherandbennett.com.
Sean A. Oâ€™Brien, 55, of New York, NY, formerly of Wallingford passed away peacefully on April 28, 2018 after a sudden illness. Sean was born on April 28, 1963 in Meriden to A. Bruce and Carol A. Oâ€™Brien of Wallingford and brother to Patrick (Mary) Oâ€™Brien of North Haven.
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Bell Tower Update
Lea Doran, on May 10, 2018 at 11pm, in her home in Hamden, CT and surrounded by her mother and father, 6 year old Lea lost her battle against DIPG. Lea was a joyful, creative, sweet and special soul who touched thousands of people. She brought communities together. She brought out the best in people. She showed us what it means to be brave. She VKRZHGXVKRZWRODXJKDQGÂżQG joy in the face of adversity. She showed us how to love deeply DQG KRZ WR ÂżQG WKH EHDXW\ LQ every day. She showed us what truly matters in life. From the day Lea was born, she made people smile and laugh with her bright smile, sparkling brown eyes and MR\IXO VRPHWLPHV GHÂżDQW VSLULW When Lea wasnâ€™t present, people knew it, as she brought a â€œsparkâ€? to the room and exuded joy wherever she went. Even at a young age she knew who she was and danced to her own beat. She made us laugh and was a joy to EH DURXQG 6KH WRRN WLPH WR ÂżQG the beauty in nature, reminding us to slow down, be present and â€œsmell the roses.â€? Even in the face of cancer, Lea was able to be positive, smile, sing, snap and use her manners. In just nine months, Lea touched thousands of lives and brought awareness to a rare form of pediatric brain cancer. Leaâ€™s bright light will be greatly missed. Lea is survived by her parents Michael and Christa Doran, her beloved sisters Livia and Keira, her maternal grandparents David & Tura Vancini, her paternal grandparents Michael & Marilyn Doran, her maternal aunt Kate Vancini, her paternal aunt & uncle & cousin Margaret, Jeff and James Lembke. Should friends desire, the family is requesting that you make a donation to the Connecticut chapter of the Cure Starts Now, which was started in Leaâ€™s honor. https://thecurestartsnow.org/ get-involved/chapters/connecticut/ Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
:LOOLDP:)ULW], 78, of Yalesville, loving husband of the late State Representative, Mary (Sherry) Fritz, who he was married to for 52 years, passed away Sunday May 13, 2018, at the home of his daughter with his family by his side. He was born in Meriden on July 18, 1939, a son of the late Frank and Marjorie (Meyer) Fritz. He is survived by his six children, William W. Fritz Jr. (Sondra), Kathleen Romania (Peter McConnell), Michael Fritz, Heather McDonnell (Patrick), Matthew Fritz (Deidre), and David Fritz (Ariana); his brothers, Frank Robert â€œBenâ€? Fritz and James B. â€œJimâ€? Fritz; his sister, Maryann Fuller; and 14 grandchildren, Will, AJ, and Brady Fritz, Kaitlyn and Anthony Romania, Jack, Mae, and Cole McDonnell, Aidan, Layne, and Ainsley Fritz, and David, Olivia, and Michael Fritz. Should friends desire, gifts in his memory may be sent to the Mary G. Fritz Memorial Scholarship Fund, C/O The Wallingford Funeral Home, 809 North Main Street Ext., Wallingford, 06492 or Masonicare Home Health & Hospice, 104 S Turnpike Rd, Wallingford, CT 06492.
3KLOLS0+RUERFN6U, of Wallingford, died peacefully on May 3, 2018 with all his family by his side in the home he built in 1953. Philip was born on February 3, 1928 to the late Rose and John Horbock and was a lifelong resident of Wallingford. After attending Lyman Hall High School and Trade School, he joined the U.S.M.C. where he proudly served his country. Philip leaves behind his loving wife of 67 years, Irene, and his sons, Philip Jr. of Meriden, James and his wife, Nanci, of Durham, daughters, Lindy Lathrop and her husband, Steve, of Berlin, Laurie Stoorza and her husband, Robert, of Florida and Wendy Heidgerd and her husband, Robert, of Cheshire, Grandchildren, Bryan, Philip III, Michael, Kristen, Lauren, Torrie, Elizabeth, Mary, Kelsey, and Megan, and Greatgrandsons, Jaydin and Bryan Jr., along with his faithful kitty, Gracie. He was predeceased by his brothers, James and Ambrose Horbock.
-RKQ 5RVVRWWR -U Âł-XQLHÂ´ of Hamden died Sunday, May 12, 2018 at his home with his loving family by his side. He was the beloved husband of sixty years to Virginia Hair Rossotto. John was born in Greenwich, CT on April 26, 1935, a son of the late John and Bettina Tessiore Rossotto, Sr. and had resided in Hamden since 1945. In addition to his wife, John is survived by two daughters, Suzanne Rossotto, and Lynn (Rick) Orser of Hamden, four grandchildren, Jonathan (Sarah) Orser, Blake Orser, Virginia Hally and Emily Orser, and one great granddaughter, Lillian Orser. He was predeceased by one brother, Walter Rossotto. Should friends desire, memorial contributions in Johnâ€™s name may be made to Yale New Haven Geriatric Home Visit Program, 842 Howard Ave., New Haven, CT or Masonic Home Hospice Program, 104 S. Turnpike Rd., Wallingford, CT 06492. Services were held at the
$QWRQLHWWD 6DQWDQLHOOR 6XS pa, 65, of North Haven, passed away on Friday, May 11, 2018 at Yale-New Haven Hospital with her family by her side. She was the wife of Francesco â€œFrankâ€? Suppa. Antonietta was born in Quindici, Province of Avellino, Italy on December 3, 1952 and was the daughter of Amibella Santaniello and the late Francesco Santaniello. Beloved mother of Alfonsina Fraschilla (Angelo), Vincenzo Suppa (Lauren Freedman) and Francesco â€œFrankieâ€? Suppa, Jr. (Vanessa Torres). Loving and devoted grandmother to Angelo (AJ), Matteo and Alessio Fraschilla. Sister of Marisa Troiano (Emilio), Giuseppina Jarrin, Carmelina Piscitelli, Wanda Garzillo (Clifford III) and the late Margherita Maffettone. Sister-in-law of Giovanni Maffettone, Giuseppe and Maria Suppa. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
$- $QJHOR *ROLQR, 89, of North Haven and Cape Coral, FL, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May12, 2018 with his wife and son by his side. He was the beloved husband of 68 years to Eleanor DelMonaco Golino. A.J. was born in Meriden on February 1, 1929 and was the son of the late Angelo and Angelina Fileto Golino. Father of John P. Golino. Grandfather of John Golino, Jr. and Paul Golino. Great -Grandfather of Andrew, Annika, Aiden, Gabriella and Nathan. Brother of Anna Jacquelin, Phyllis DeFelice and the late Vito, Frank & Philip Golino, Mary Ciarelli and Carmel Dighello. Also survived by a step granddaughter Alexis. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
$QQ 7 (QJOLVK 'R\OH, 86, of Hamden passed away peacefully on May 11, 2018 at the Vitas Hospice Unit of St. Maryâ€™s Hospital, Waterbury with her loving daughter by her side. She was born July, 19,1931 in New Haven, a daughter of the late Michael and Mary Sugrue English. Wife of the late James F. Doyle. She is survived by her beloved daughter Mary T. Doyle with whom she resided; two nephews, Francis Brandt and wife Marguerite of East Haven and John Brandt and wife Deborah of West Haven and several grand nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a sister Mary Brandt. Should friends desire, Memorial contributions may be made to Vitas Hospice, 199 Park Rd. Extension, Suite 102, Middlebury, CT 06762.
$XGUH\ &HOHVWH %ULJKWPDQ Murphy, 52, of East Haven, formerly North Haven, passed away suddenly on May 10, 2018. Born in New Haven on July 1, 1965, she was the beloved daughter of Harold C. Brightman, Jr. and Stella H. Mierzejewski Brightman. Audrey is survived by a large and loving family. Mother of Christina L. and Danielle C. Murphy. Sister of Susan A. Goettlich (Curt) and Vincent J. Kupinski (Nora). She also leaves behind KHU ÂżDQFp -RKQ ' )UDQFR RI â€œJohn Franco All Appliance Repairâ€?, and his children John A., Christina T., and Annamarie K. Franco. Grandmother to Aliyah, Jeremiah, and JadaLynn; as well as her dog Toby, whom she cherished endlessly.
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Donald Robert Warner, Sr., 83, of Northford, passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at his home. He was the beloved husband of 55 years to Martha Slater Warner. Donald was born in New Haven on September 30, 1934 and was the son of the late Pasquale and Philomena Cremese Warner. He served his country faithfully in the US Navy. He was the beloved father of Laura Warner Pinto and Donald Robert Warner Jr. (wife MaryAnn). Grandfather of Jessica, Amanda, Alexandra & Jake Warner and Gabriella Pinto. GreatGrandfather of Kayden Warner. Predeceased by two sisters and two brothers. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of oneâ€™s choice. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Northford: Construction activity at Northford Congregational Church, â€œA Little Church with a Big Heart,â€? should be commencing soon now that a contract has been signed with the company that will be building the base for the bell tower and steeple. Work had been delayed as various companies studied the work necessary to prepare the base upon which to place the tower and steeple. Proposals were very slow to come in, and costs were much higher than originally anticipated. Petra Construction of North Haven, which has done similar work at other churches, was selected as the most qualiÂżHGIRUWKHMRE Due to the higher costs, donations are still being accepted for the Bell Tower Fund. Completion of the bell tower and VWHHSOHZKLFKZDVSXWRQKROGXQWLOWKHEDVHZDVÂżQDOL]HGLVH[SHFWHG WREHÂżQLVKHGRXWRIVWDWHLQWKHQHDUIXWXUHEHIRUHEHLQJVKLSSHGWR Northford. All donations of any size are gratefully accepted and appreciated. In recognition of donations of $750 or more from individuals, organizations, businesses, and groups, a bronze plaque with the name of the donor(s) will be permanently placed on a monument at the base of the tower. Tax-deductible donations can be made payable to NCC Bell Tower Fund, P. O. Box 191, Northford CT 06472. For any questions or more information, call 203-234-7794. The historic Northford Congregational Church (203-484-0795) is located at 4 Old Post Road at the corner of Route 22 and Route 17 in the Northford village in North Branford.
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North Haven: St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish will host A Day RI5HĂ€HFWLRQRQ7KH+HDUWRI Jesus, Sat., June 2, beginning at 10am-4pm at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Worship site in North Haven. This event will include: All meals (breakfast and lunch), a series of talks by Brother Paul 0LOOHU 2)6 prayer/meditation, Confession, Healing Service, Exposition, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Benediction, and much more. All are invited to attend Vigil Mass at St. Barnabas Worship site at 5pm (Route 22, Clintonville Rd. and Church St.). Cost: $30 per person. Registration is recommended. Please call Barbara at (203) 605-9845 or (203) 234-9447. Visit us at www.healingministryofdivinemercy.com.
Hamden: The Mt. Carmel Congregational Church, 3284 Whitney Ave., will host a Pasta Dinner on Fri., May 25, between 6-8pm. A free will donation will be acFHSWHGWREHQHÂżWWKHFKXUFKDQG its missions. All are welcome and reservations are preferred E\ FDOOLQJ WKH FKXUFK RIÂżFH DW (203) 248-7408.
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North Branford: Have you ever thought about making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land? Father Robert Turner and St. Ambrose parish in North Branford 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 â€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘ the footsteps of Jesus. You will never be the same! As of this point in time, there are only 10 seats remaining. Now is the time to book your Hamden: On Wed., May 23, spot on this once in a lifetime a Pro-Life Novena and Holy pilgrimage.We will begin with a Hour will be prayed from 6-7pm bus trip from North Branford to -). IRU D Ă€LJKW IURP 1HZ <RUN at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel RC to the Holy Land on February Church, 2819 Whitney Avenue. 12, 2019. As we wind our way Holy Hour includes Exposi- through our pilgrimage, we will tion of the Blessed Sacrament, visit sights such as the River Respect Life Rosary and Bene- Jordan at the site where it is said Jesus was baptized by John the diction. Please join us. Baptist, Jericho, the archeologiâ€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘ cal 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, Hamden: The following pro- and the Church of the Holy Sepgrams will be held at Caritas ulcher, just to name some of the Christi Center, 295 Benham exciting stops on this breathtakSt. Registration and payment ing pilgrimage. In addition, we will celebrate (either by check or online) are required for each program one Mass each day at one of the week prior to the scheduled pro- important religious sites of our gram. You can register online faith. for programs at www.caritas- 2Q )HEUXDU\ VW ZH ZLOO Ă€\ christicenter.org. The informa- back to New York for a bus trip tion you give us enables us to back to North Branford. This will be a Lent that you will never forinform you if there is a schedule get! change. Please call Sr. Jeanne Price is $3,098 per person, Marie Vonder Haar, ASCJ, Di- double occupancy, (single acrector, (203) 281-2569. commodations are available for 3L]]DDQGD0RYLHMoana: an upcharge) which includes :HG 0D\ SP An ad- roundtrip airfare, fuel surcharges venturous teenager sails out and Government taxes (subject on a daring mission to save to change), admission charges, her people. During her journey, Entrance fees, hotel gratuities, Moana meets the once-might daily buffet breakfast, all dinners, demigod Maui, who guides her GHOX[H PRWRU FRDFK ÂżUVW FODVV in her quest to become a mas- hotels and much more! For more information, a deWHUZD\ÂżQGHU-LP3HSLWRQHZLOO tailed brochure of this great trip, facilitate this discussion. Cost: or a personal presentation on this $15 per person. You must regwonderful trip, please call Mary ister ahead for this pizza and or Jim Lovelace, Mount Carmel movie event. Travel, at (203) 481-6082.
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Bible Study Bible Study - Genesis from Precambrian period to Cenozoic period, to be held on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm. Call (203) 631-3203.
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Janet Sola Earns Marquis Whoâ€™s Who Achievement Award Hamden resident Janet S. Sola has been recognized by a 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Whoâ€™s Who. A Business Educator at local colleges, high schools, adult education, and the Federal MDTA program, Sola was President of the CCSU Alumni Association, Hamden Lions Club, Mt. Carmel Garden Club, The Marian Guild, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church and VP of American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 88. She is a recipient of the Hamden Notable Award, Ruth Boyea Womenâ€™s Center 20th Century Award, CCSU Alumni Award, and Hamden High School Teacher of the Year. In addition, Sola was a Board Member of the CT Business Education Association and Wepawaug-Flagg Federal Credit Union. Throughout the years, Sola was involved with many community, religious organizations and politics. Married to Ray for 59 years, they have six children and eleven grandchildren.
Picnic Seating at Yard Goats Game for the Disabled
The Hamden Commission on Disability Rights and Opportunities is sponsoring a picnic at a Hartford Yard Goats Baseball Stone Walls game on July 8th for people with Patio Pavers disabilities and their families. The picnic starts at 12:05 (the Paving â€˘ Concrete game at 1:05pm) and goes until Chimneys, etc. the ninth inning. It includes hot Commercial & dogs, hamburgers, chicken, salads and soda, etc. with a game Residential ticket in the picnic pavilion. 10 Years Experience The cost $30 per person (kids 3 & under are free) and parking is CALL 2IÂżFH $5. CT Lic # HIC 0645007 â€˘ Insured Eelinor Korcari, owner To register and for more inforFREE ESTIMATES mation contact Pat Delaney at 287-1414. The registraFREE: Firewood available. FOR SALE: AC unit, Zenith, (203) tion fee must be paid by Sat., Oakwood, seasoned one %78 DOO June 6, so donâ€™t wait as most of \HDUFDOO RU Â‡ the Yard Goats games have been Â‡ WANTED: Old woodwork sold out and seating is limited.
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Pictured: Hamden Lions seated, Sally Forte, back row, Shari Pratt, Guest Speaker Genevieve Piturro, Fred Watson, second row, Ann Inzero and Janet Sola. Hamden: At the Hamden Lions Club Pajama Program Fundraiser held recently at Eliâ€™s, members as well as dignitaries from the District Lions were joined by Founder from New York City, Genevieve Piturro. Also in attendance was Emily Lancor, member of Hamden High National Honor Society, who is coordinating the pajama program drive this week at the High School with other members of the Honor Society. Pajamas, childrenâ€™s books and donations will be accepted for this good cause.
Veteranâ€™s Awareness Day May 25th
Hamden: More than 350 high school and middle school students and 90 veterans with visual displays of their service experiences will share in the 18th Annual Hamden Veterans Awareness Day events at Quinnipiac Universityâ€™s Athletic Center (main campus) on Fri., May 25, starting at 10am until noon. The annual event builds on the increased awareness of the Memorial Day weekend to enhance studentsâ€™ understanding of the freedoms we often take for granted. â€œVeterans Awareness Day is a great opportunity for students and veterans to discuss one- on-one, and learn what has made this nation great,â€? said Abner Oakes, Chairman of the Hamden Veterans Commission. â€œVeterans bring exhibits and memorabilia of their time in the service and the students really enjoy the interaction.â€? In addition to veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, and O.E.F. there will be exhibits from the Civil War and many other groups that support veterans. The Hamden Veterans Awareness Day was conceived by Daniel Levy, a Coast Guard veteran and middle school Principal, and has always been about speaking WITH students, not at them. If the displays donâ€™t prompt interaction with the students, new â€˜Scavenger Huntâ€™ booklets will get things started. Each student has a copy and the questions require an observant eye and thoughtful inquiries WRÂżOORXWWKHSDJHV7KLV\HDUÂśVERRNOHWV include questions about current events in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as living KLVWRU\GHWDLOVIURPHDUOLHUFRQĂ€LFWV7KHUH are many new exhibits and surprises this year both inside the Athletic Center and RXWVLGHLQWKHQHDUE\EDOOÂżHOG Dan Levy noted, â€œQuinnipiac University has been a great host and once DJDLQZHORRNIRUZDUGWRÂżOOLQJWKH$WKletic Center with a living example of the meaning of service.â€? For more information, contact Abner Oakes at (203) 215-4675 or Dan Levy at (203) 407- 7131. To see a video of a previous event posted on YouTube, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_xOIrPvk2lQ.
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East Haven: Visit the East Haven Town Beach on 148 Cosey Beach Avenue on Thursday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m. and see a wonderful performance by the Breaking Rubrics Jazz Ensemble! They will play several Jazz favorites! This special concert is sponsored by the Friendsâ€™ of the East Haven Hagaman Memorial Library. The Friendsâ€™ of the Library will have a special swearing in FHUHPRQ\RIQHZ2IÂżFHUVPHHWLQJDWSPLQVLGHWKH7RZQ%HDFK+RXVH Breaking Rubrics is a favorite pastime of certain rebellious and creative Episcopal clergy who like to take liberties with the directions in the Book of Common Prayer. They are an image for describing the way jazz musicians follow the rules of music theory and reinvent them all at the same time. %UHDNLQJ5XEULFVLVDMD]]TXLQWHWPDGHXSRIÂżYHOD\SHRSOHDQGRQHFOHUJ\ from two different Episcopal churches and one Catholic Church in the area. Stefan Fedeyko, Trumpet, is a Hamden resident who studied Jazz Performance at the University of North Texas. He is a member of St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal Church, 1RUWK+DYHQDQGIRXQGLQJPHPEHURIWKH6W-RKQÂśV+RW)LYH+HSOD\VÂżUVW chair trumpet in the Hamden Symphony Orchestra. Al VanLeuvan, Bass, is the exclusive bass player for Breaking Rubics. Although Al is a classically trained musician he enjoys the improvisational adventures of playing jazz and swing music. He has been a member of numerous symphony orchestras in ConnectiFXW)DELDQ2UWL]3LDQRLVWKHGLUHFWRURIPLVVLRQDOGHYHORSPHQWSURJUDPÂżnance, and strategy at St. Jamesâ€™ Episcopal Church, in New Haven, CT, and is an economics and piano student at New York University. 1DQF\ .UL] Ă€XWLVW D ELRORJ\ JUDGXDWH RI :KHDWRQ &ROOHJH LV WKH IRUPHU supervisor and medical technologist of the Clinical Hematology Laboratory at Yale-New Haven Hospital, and in her retirement, has continued her love of muVLFE\SXUVXLQJSURIHVVLRQDOVWXG\DQGSHUIRUPDQFHRIĂ€XWH5HFHQWO\0V.UL] KDVWDNHQXSMD]]VWXGLHVZLWKWKHDFFODLPHGMD]]Ă€XWLVW$OL5\HUVRQDQGKDV already performed live and on-stage with Ms. Ryerson. The Reverend Canon Dr. Barbara Cheney, Drums, is currently the Missional Priest-in-Charge of St. James Church in the Fair Haven Heights neighborhood of New Haven, and the retired Rector of the Episcopal Church of St. Paul and St. James, located in the Wooster Square area of New Haven. A lifelong musician as a vocalist, autoharpist, and pianist, in the past several years, Dr. Cheney has added playing drums professionally. Dr. Cheney is a student of the famous jazz drummer, Arti 'L[VRQDQGVKHKDVSHUIRUPHGZLWKMD]]Ă€XWLVW$OL5\HUVRQDQGOHJHQGDU\MD]] bassist, Ron McClure. This concert is free and open to everyone! Please bring your own lawn chair or beach blanket. We hope you will join us for this special family friendly concert! No need to sign up ahead, but come early to assure that a good spot to watch the concert at the Town Beach House Pavilion! If you have any questions about this event, please contact Cynthia at 203468-3891.
Achievements Mercy High School Third Quarter Honor Roll
Sr. Mary A. McCarthy, President of Mercy High School, Middletown, has announced the Honor Roll students for the third quarter for school year 2017-18. Hamden: High Honors: Autumn Anderson; Honors: Hope Hammond, Kayla Richardson, Jaelynn Solorzano. Northford: High Honors: Isabella Lucibello, Rita Sherban. North Haven: High Honors: /LO\ =HIÂżUR Honors: Sierra Vollero. Wallingford: High Honors: Emily Babcock, Kaci Buono, Alexandra Dwyer, Samantha Girasulo, Mae Grochowski, Emma Kennedy, Karena Kulakowski, Kaila Lujambio, Shahbano Rao. Honors: Ava Bibisi, Sarah Brice, Mara Geisler, Hayley Little, Dilawaiz Rao, Claudia Tapler, Charlotte Walsh.
Matthijs van Mierlo Inducted Into Honorary Society
Wallingford resident, Matthijs van Mierlo has been selected for membership in the St. Lawrence University chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honorary society. van Mierlo is a member of the Class of 2019 and is majoring in Computer Science. van Mierlo attended Hopkins School.
Pomfret School Honor Students Named
The following local area students attending Pomfret School were named to the Winter 20172018 Head of Scholar Honors List. Northford: Alisyn Narracci, Class of 2018. Wallingford: Aubrey BenzingPlourde, Class of 2018. Students named to this list earned a grade point average of 4.00 and received no grade lower than an A- for the Winter 20172018 Term.
Ahmed Said Named to Knox College Deanâ€™s List
Wallingford resident, Ahmed Said has been named to the Knox College Deanâ€™s List of distinguished students for the 2018 Winter Term. Said is a graduate of Mark T. Sheehan High School in Wallingford.
Local Residents Inducted into Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
The following Hamden residents were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nationâ€™s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Rory Martorana was initiated at San Jose State University. Christopher Shine was initiated at Fort Hays State University.
Area Eastern Students Recognized at Inclusive Excellence Awards
Eastern Connecticut State University recognized the academic achievements of African, Latino, Asian and Native American students on May 5th during its sixth annual Inclusive Excellence Awards ceremony. Awards were given out and more than 200 students were recognized for achieving GPAs of 3.5 or higher. Among the students recognized were: Hamden: Liah Sinquefield, class of 2018, majors in Early Childhood Education and Philosophy. Cyera Williams, class of 2020, majors in Communication.
Matthew Webb Inducted Into UPE Honor Society
A group of Eastern Connecticut State University students majoring in Computer Science and Business Information Systems was inducted into Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), the national honor society for the computing and information disciplines, on April 25th. Among the inductees was Wallingford resident, Matthew Webb, class of 2018, who majors in Business Information Systems and Business Administration.
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Ryan Wilson Named to Deanâ€™s List at NEIT
North Haven resident, Ryan Wilson has achieved Deanâ€™s List status at New England Institute of Technology for the quarter ending March 17, 2018. Students must achieve a GPA of 3.6 or higher on a maximum scale of 4.0 to qualify.
Elise Porrazzo Earns Degree from Kettering
Wallingford resident, Elise Porrazzo received an Associates degree in Radiologic Technology from Kettering College during its 50th Commencement ceremony held at the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center on April 29th.
Yazmin Spearman Inducted Into Eta Beta Rho at Wheaton College
Hamden resident, Yazmin Spearman was inducted into Eta Beta Rho, the National Hebrew Language and Literature Honor Society. This award was announced by the Department of Biblical and Theological Studies at Wheaton Collegeâ€™s Honors Convocation.
Bryant Univ. Students Named to Deanâ€™s List
Bryant University is committed to the pursuit, recognition, and celebration of academic excellence and extends congratulations to the following students who have been named to the Deanâ€™s List for the Fall 2017 semester: Hamden: Isabella Mignosa, class of 2021. North Haven: Amanda Montano, class of 2019. Wallingford: Kimberly Flynn, class of 2019; Mitchell Healy, class of 2018; Jacob Hunt, class of 2018; Mitchell Munger, class of 2018, Sarah Volpe, class of 2018.
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QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY LOCAL STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO BETA GAMMA SIGMA The following area students were recently inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the international society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International: Hamden: Katherine Covett, Benjamin Donarum, Rosanna Tamam. North Haven: Thomas Chapman, Celine Kilic, Kelly Manzo, Ann Marie Noel. Wallingford: Matthew Cerasale, Tammy Raccio, Michael Ransom. NURSING STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO SIGMA THETA TAU The following Quinnipiac University nursing students were recently inducted into the Tau Rho Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the international academic nursing honors society during a ceremony at the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Quinnipiac: Hamden: Kaitlin Bannon, Elise Heine, Devina Marquez. Wallingford: Sylvia Allais, Justine Tumacder.
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Pictured (L-R) Front row: Gina Falcigno, Macey DiCarlo, Angela Sanzari, Vincent Campagnuolo and Donna Spose. Back row: Wendy Marinelli and Ron Bathrick. North Haven: The N.E.W. 34th Charitable Corporation has been proud to support Project Graduation at North Haven High School since 2013, helping to ensure the safety and well-being of the senior class on graduation night. Gina Falcigno and Donna Spose, the Board members representing North Haven, recently made this yearâ€™s presentation to three seniors and the Project Graduation co-chairmen. 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Hamden: The Hamden Womanâ€™s Club honored three inspirational women at HWC installation dinner held at Cascade Fine Catering this month. Mrs Irene Pixley, who served as president of the club 19801982, still keeps up the club news and events; Mrs. Marge Giunti served as president of the club 1976-1978 and is still active serving as chairman of the International Affairs committee; Mrs. Antionette Antonucci served as president of the club in 2003-2005 and is still DFWLYHVHUYLQJRQIXQGUDLVLQJÂżQHDUWVDQGYDULRXVFRPPLWWHHV,UHQH and Marge received a pin for 50 years of service and Antionette received a pin for 25 years of service. In addition, all three women were presented with a book which will be donated to the Miller Memorial Library, in each of their names, honoring their many years of service. What a truly dynamic role these women have played in HWC and in their community. Bravo Ladies!
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Dudley Farm Farmersâ€™ Market The Dudley Farm Farmersâ€™ Market at 2351 Durham Road in Guilford meets from 9am-12:30pm on Sat., May 26th. It will feature 19-year-old singer/songwriter Quinn Miller performing on acoustic guitar, and the free Childrenâ€™s Corner activity will be nature weaving, with projects adapted to children of all ages. Vendors will offer local and organic produce, meats, maple syrup, jams, baked breads, pastries & pies, honey, butter, goats milk soap, and a wide variety of exquisite handmade crafts. For more information, please call (203) 457-0770, visit www. dudleyfarm.com or Facebook: Dudley Farm Farmersâ€™ Market.
Area Craft Fairs, Bazaars, Festivals, Auctions, Rummage, Flea Markets & Tag Sales Carnivals/Festivals ST. ELIZABETH OF THE TRINITY/ST. THERESE CHURCH CARNIVAL will be held on the Parish grounds at 555 Middletown Ave., North Haven on June 20, 21, 22 & 23, from 6-10pm. There will be lots of delicious food, rides and games to enjoy, vendors and prizes and the annual church carnival to take part in. Prizes for the church UDIĂ€HZLOOLQFOXGHDÂ´6DPVXQJ79*LIW&HUWLÂżFDWHWR)LUVW)XHO $UQROGÂśV -HZHOHUÂśV 0HQÂśV :DWFK Â´ 6WHUOLQJ 6LOYHU$QJHO 3HQGDQW and GE Microwave Oven. 5DIĂ€H GUDZLQJ ZLOO WDNH SODFH RQ 6DW June 23rd at 10pmZLQQHUVQHHGQRWEHSUHVHQW 5DIĂ€HWLFNHWVFDQ EHSXUFKDVHGE\FDOOLQJWKH5HFWRU\RIÂżFHZHHNGD\VIURPDPSP at (203) 239-5378 and can also be purchased at the carnival. So Come One Come All â€“ Thereâ€™s Fun For Everyone!!
Tag/Rummage Sales, Thrift Shops NORTH HAVEN BLESSINGS THRIFT SHOP AT MONTOWESE BAPTIST CHURCH, 201 Quinnipiac Ave., North Haven (in rear of church). Open Fridays & Saturdays, 9am-4pm. Donations accepted then as well, appreciated. There is a little bit of everything. For questions, call (203) 843-2212.
OUT OF AREA TREASURE HUNTERS!, THE GREATER NEW HAVEN CAT PROJECT, INC. will be holding its Annual Tag Sale on Sat., May 26th, from 9am-3pm at a new location - 2 Belfast St., Milford. The original date was May 19th, but was rescheduled because of rain. We are a F QRQSURÂżWDOOYROXQWHHURUJDQL]DWLRQDQGZLOOXVHWKHSURceeds to fund our trap/neuter/return and spay/neuter programs. For more information, please contact use at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 782-CATS.
Tag Sale Space Available NORTH HAVEN THE NORTH HAVEN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, will hold their Annual Craft & Tag Sale on Sat., June 2nd, from 9am-2pm on the church lawn and inside in Carroll Hall, 28 Church St., North Haven. Many vendors, including The Connecticut Record Club and a large variety of crafts and merchandise will be available for your shopping pleasure. There is ample parking in the church parking lot. Morning Coffee and Lunch will be available. A few spaces are still open for vendors.7R UHVHUYH D VSDFH SOHDVH FDOO WKH FKXUFK RIÂżFH DW 239-5691 for information. The cost for a space is $25.00 (non-refundable). Bring your own table and chairs. Set up begins at 7:30am. Space is limited so make your reservation soon. No rain date.
Pictured: Jude Hsiang who recently gave a very interesting lecture RQ6SULQJ:LOGĂ€RZHUVLQ&RQQHFWLFXWWRPHPEHUVRI7KH6SULQJ Glen Garden Club. Judeâ€™s pictures added much to our enjoyment of the beauty of Connecticut in the springtime. Hamden:7KH6SULQJ*OHQ*DUGHQ&OXEDÂż[WXUHLQWKHFRPPXQLW\ since 1925, a charter member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut Inc., since 1929. The Garden Clubâ€™s ongoing projects include The Historical Herb Garden at the Jonathan Dickerman House and the plants at the Government Center Legislative Council Chambers in Hamden. The Garden Club has donated 10 American Elm hybrid trees to the Hamden Center Park.
Scheduled Bus Trips JOLLY TIME SENIORS 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: May 24, 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. 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: SOLD OUT. Mon., Aug. 13: Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant - No Tell Motel: Leave 8:30am. We will enjoy an extenVLYH Âł/REVWHUIHVWÂ´ WKHQ PRYH LQWR WKH WKHDWHU WR VHH WKH SOD\ Deposit due 6/13/18, Balance of $55 due 7/13/18). Thurs., Oct. 11: Oktoberfest at Kruckerâ€™s (Ponoma, NY): Leave 8:30am, arrive apSUR[DP7KHGD\ZLOOEHÂżOOHGZLWKORWVRIJUHDWIRRG*HUPDQ 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 - A Doublewide Texas Christmas: Leave 8:30am. Enjoy an extensive luncheon buffet, then move into the theater to see the play. ($55 Deposit due 10/5/18, Balance of $55 due 11/5/18). KC AND THE SUNSHINE TRAVELERS: 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 RISSWRFRQÂżUPGDWHDQGSXUFKDVHWLFNHWVGXHE\%DODQFH due 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 Cruises are Available! Oct. 8-18: Escorted Canada Cruise on MSC Meraviglia, NY * Sydney, Nova Scotia * Cornerbrook, Newfoundland * Prince Edward Island * Quebec (overnight onboard) * NY- Starting at $1,149 pp. Price includes: Transportation to the NY Pier, Professional Ship Shop Escort throughout the cruise, 10 nights on board the new MSC Meraviglia, all meals on board, Special Ship Shot Parties and events, and much more. Nov. 3-17: Panama Canal Cruise Aboard the Brand New Norwegian Bliss - 15 days/14 nights. Prices starting DWSSWZLQ,QFOXGHV$LUĂ€LJKWVIURP+DUWIRUGWR/RV$QJHOHV home from Miami. Itinerary: Los Angeles, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Guatemala Costa Rica. Full transit of Canal Cartagena and Miami. Call Karen Forsyth, (203) 281-1769 home, (203) 887-2967 cell or Cathie Martus, (203) 710-9757 for reservations or more information. DIAMOND TOURS AND HORIZONS TRAVELERS: Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg & The Smoky Mountains Show bus trip: Mon.-Sat., Sept. 10-15, 6 days, 5 nights. Cost: $489 pp, dbl. occ.; 5 nights lodging, including 3 consecutive nights in the Smokies; 8 meals: 5 breakfasts and 3 dinner shows. Three dinner shows : Soul of Motown, Americaâ€™s Hit Parade and 7KH +DWÂżHOG0F&R\ 6KRZ. One Evening Show: Smoky Mountain Opry; One Morning Show: The Magic Beyond Belief Show. Free time in Historic Downtown Gatlinburg. Admission to Titanic: Worldâ€™s Largest Museum Attraction. Guided Tour of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Departs: Miller Library Parking Lot, 2901 Dixwell Avenue, Hamden at 8am and a 2nd stop at Commuter Lot, Exit 40 off I-95 in Milford at 8:45am on Mon., Sept. 10. For more information and reservations of $75 per person, please call (203) 671-9384 or (203) 231-5637.
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Save The Date! Annual Wine Tasting To %HQHĂ€W7KH1(:WK&KDULWDEOH&RUSRUDWLRQ Wallingford: You will enjoy a variety of wines, pasta stations, antipasto table, fruit and assorted cheeses. Join us on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 from 5:30 pm â€“ 8:30 pm. At The Tradition Golf Club Memories Restaurant Patio, 37 Harrison Road, Wallingford. For a fun and relaxing evening under the covered patio, surrounded by the beautiful background of the golf course. For 10 years, this QRWIRUSURÂżW QRQSRlitical group has been IXOÂżOOLQJ WKHLU PLVVLRQ â€œRaising and donating money to deserving causes, events and QRWIRUSURÂżWVZLWKLQWKH 34th State Senatorial 'LVWULFWÂ´ 7KLV GLVWULFW includes most of North Haven, all of East Haven and Wallingford, plus a small section of Durham.) In addition to many other causes this year, eight (8) $1,000 scholarship opportunities were made available to graduating seniors to help them further their education. (Thanks to our supporters, this was double the number of scholarships offered last year!) To purchase tickets (or place your ad in our ad book) please contact: email@example.com or call (203) 469-4687 (and ask for John). Please make checks payable to: The N.E.W. 34th Charitable Corporation. Ticket donation: $50.
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, Barbieâ€™s, Folk Art, Statues, Bronzes, Trains, Cameras, Mid Century Modern Furniture, Straight Razors, Shaving Items, Political Items, Comic Books, Sports Cards & Autographsâ€Ś& THE LIST GOES ON! So please give us a call at your earliest convince. Grassy Hill Auctions (203) 868-1816; GrassyHill Auctions.com
JCCâ€™s Free Family Fun Day Sunday, June 3
The Jewish Community Center is gearing up for the Annual Family Fun Day featuring Touch-A-Truck on Sunday, June 3, from 11am2pm at the newly renovated JCC of Greater New Haven, 360 Amity Road, Woodbridge. The event will be held rain or shine. Hundreds of families attend this popular event that features more than 20 trucks on display, train rides, Zippy Pets, pony rides, a DJ and dancing, food, bounce house, crafts and vendors. Free TouchA-Truck and free parking is available at the JCC, with some feebased activities. The public is invited to try the brand new Rothberg Climbing Wall during an open climb session. Families can also enjoy an open swim hour and create a project in the JCCâ€™s new MakerSpace. The JCC has a great lineup of trucks this year, including vehicles from the Harkness Tree Co, Connecticut State Police, American Medical Response, Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Department, Woodbridge Police, Thomas Hill, Baretta Landscape and Gardens, Cherry Hill Inc, Woodbridge Public Works, Two Men and A Truck, Crest Auto, Elm City Trailer, Fountainâ€™s Garage, Capasso Landscaping, Arbor Energy, and Hot Tub Discounts. B&B Transportation, Inc, ServPro, Salon 1768, and OBGYN Menopause Physicians, PC and Arbor Energy are sponsoring this popular JCC event. Vendor spaces, truck spaces and event sponsorships are still available. Please contact Eliana Sugarman, elianas@jccnh. org. For more information, go to www.jccnh.org
Golf Tournaments Summer/Fall 2018 7KH$GYLVRU ZHOFRPHV 1RQSURÂżW RUJDQL]DWLRQV WR VXEPLW their Golf Tournament announcements for the coming season. They will be printed FREE OF CHARGE. THE HAMDEN REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE announces its upcoming Madras Open - Golf & Tennis Charity presented by Toyota of Wallingford, to be held Mon., June 11th at Farms Country Club in Wallingford. The Chamber is proud to once again partner with Make-A-Wish Connecticut to enable a local child with a life-threatening medical condiWLRQWRIXOÂżOOWKHLUZLVK7KHUHZLOOEHDIRXUSHUVRQVFUDPEOHIRUPDWIRUJROIers and a four-person tournament format for tennis players. Registration begins at 10:45am followed by lunch. Shotgun starts at 1pm. Individual golf participation is $250; foursomes are $900. Individual tennis players pay only $125; tennis teams of four are $450. Tennis registration begins at 1pm. There will be lunch, a cocktail hour, and dinner to accompany a ZHOOVWRFNHGVLOHQWDXFWLRQDQGUDIĂ€HDORQJZLWKWKHDZDUGVSUHVHQWDtion. There will be many contest holes for both men and women golfers. Each golfer and tennis player will also have their choice of two premium concert tickets to a show at Toyota Oakdale Theatre, compliments of the theatre. Make-A-Wish grants life-changing wishes to a child diagnosed with a life threatening medical condition in the United States and territories every 38 minutes. Last yearâ€™s Wish recipient and their family will join us at the tournament June 11. To register, or to learn about sponsorship opportunities for your organization, please call the Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce at (203) 288-6431 or visit www.hamden regionalchamber.com.
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Joyce C. Budrow Senior Center 189 Pool Rd., North Haven Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm Phone: (203) 239-5432
Calendar of Events May 21-25
Hamden: The residents at Atria Larson Place had a Royal Tea to celebrate the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry to Megan Markle. Tea & Crumpets were served and hats were the fashion statement of the day.
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Mon., 5/21: 9:30am: Fitness Fun. 10am: Canasta. 10:15am: Bus Departs: Aqua Turf. 10:30am: Sitercise; Tai Chi. 12:00 noon: Pinochle. 12:30pm: Bingo; Bocce. Tues., 5/22: 9am: Ceramics. 10am: May Day Wreaths by: Seabury Care Now; Knitting/Crochet Class. 10:30am: Beginner Chair Yoga. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Mah Jongg. 12:45pm: Oil Painting. 1:15pm: Senior Songsters. Wed., 5/23: 9am: Finance Meeting. 9:30am: Fitness Fun. 10:30am: Sitercise. 10:45am: Greek Olive Trip. 12:00 noon: VNA - Ask the Physical Therapist; Mah Jongg. 12:15pm: Intermediate Bridge. 12:30pm: Bingo; Bocce. If Space Available: Last Day to Sign Up for Paniniâ€™s with the Traveling Chef. Thurs., 5/24: 9am: Ceramics. 10am: Pinochle. 10:30am: Speech Aging Swallow Presentation by: Gaylord Specialty Healthcare; Crafts. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Canasta. 1pm: Free Demonstration: Yoga for Healthy Aging. Fri., 5/25: 9:30am: Big Y Tour â€œHealthy Eating on a Budgetâ€?; Fitness Fun; Scrabble. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:15: Intermediate Bridge. 12:30pm: Bingo; Setback; Pinochle; Bocce. See our Senior Center Newsletter on-line at www.town.northhaven.ct.us
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Pictured (L-R): Paula Mazeila, Kate Smith (Story Teller), and Bunnie Oâ€™Brien. North Haven: Come, sit by me so that I can tell you a story that will make you laugh, cry, smile while taking you to places near or far. Kate Smith, Story Teller goes to the North Haven Senior Center every 3rd Tuesday, at 10:30am to read and tell stories. Itâ€™s an interactive reading story telling time. Kate reads and also tells stories of her own, and the seniors reminisce. Kate is married, has 3 children, and a grandson. Please come and join in on the fun. Story by Jo-Ann Buccette and Paul Colella. Photo by Jo-Ann Buccetti
Wallingford Senior Center (203) 265-7753
MAY 2018 WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Monday: 9am: Tai Chi for Health. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9:30am: Texas Holdâ€™em. 10am: Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Canasta; Vintage Voices. 11am: Zumba Gold. 12:00 noon: Art Appreciation. 12:30pm: Arthritis Exercise Class. 1pm: Cards/ Nickel-Nickel. 1:30pm: Beginner Tap Dance. 1:45-2:45pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 2:30pm: Ping Pong. Tuesday: 8:30am: Golf League at Miner Hills. 9am: Morning Total Fitness. 9am-10am: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9:30am: Ballroom Dance Lessons (Beginner and Intermediate); Managing Digital Photos. 10am: Bocce; Gentle Exercise; Tuesday Dance Party. 11am: Strength and 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: Reiki Treatments. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Setback; Tai Chi for Health. 10am: Tap Dance. 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: 8:30am: Tennis. 9am: Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Morning Total Fitness; Pickleball. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 10am: Bible Discussion; Bocce; Gentle Exercise; Thursday Dance Party; Virtual Bowling. 11am-12:00 noon: Gentle Pilates. 11:30am-1:30pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:00 noon: Hawaiian Dance Class. 12:30pm: Artistsâ€™ Studio; Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mah
Jongg; Pickleball; Scrabble. 2pm: Parkinsonâ€™s Fitness Class. 3pm: Gentle Yoga. 5pm: Lake View CafĂŠ Dinner. 6pm: Thursday Evening Cabaret. Friday: 9am: Zumba Gold. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus, Billiards. 10am: Beginner Mah Jongg; Senior Fitnessize. 10am12:00: Chair Massages. 11am: Strength & Balance. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness. 12:30pm: Pinochle; Friday Movie Matinee. 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.
Please call the Senior Center at (203) 239-5432 to Register for the following events, presentations or programs: Audiologist Screenings: Tues., May 29, 9am-12 noon. Presented by: Dr. W. Horowitz. Registration required. Special Panini Lunch with the Traveling Chef: Thurs., May 31, 11:30am. Cost: $5 (A Form 5 will be required if you are not on ÂżOH ZLWK /LIHEULGH Signups and payment required by May 23. Limit 70. Free Movie with Popcorn Mickey Blue Eyes: Thurs., May 31, 1:30pm. TRIP COLLECTION All You Can Eat Lobster, Delaney House, Holyoke, MA: Fri., July 13. Collection Date: Now through June 1, between 9-11am. MAH JONGG LESSONS Mondays beginning June 4 through June 25, 12:30-3:30pm. Call now to reserve your space, (203) 239-5432. Limited to 8 students.
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standing poses. Suitable for all and anyone who feels uncomfortable getting up and down from WKH Ă€RRU 3DUWLFLSDQWV 0LQ0D[ 10/12. Registration for Residents and Non-Residents is now in progress. Yoga for Healthy Aging (New Name): Thursdays, 1pm-2:15pm. Free Class on Thurs., May 24. New Session TBD. Cost: $75 Residents and Non-Residents. Yoga will strengthen, stretch, tone and relax your entire body. Yoga combines proper breathing and yoga postures that revitalize the body physically and mentally. This class is designed for those who can get up and down from WKH Ă€RRU 3DUWLFLSDQWV 0LQ0D[ 10/12. Registration for Residents and Non-Residents is now in progress. Classes Currently in Session: Sitercise (Session ends July 11); Tai Chi with Bill Banick (Session ends Aug. 6. No Class May 28 and July 2); Yoga for Healthy Aging (Session ends July 12). Please call the Senior Center for details.
Aging At Home DQG5HĂ€H[RORJ\ Hamden: All are welcome to join Aging At Home as they learn DERXW5HĂ€H[RORJ\DQGLWVEHQHÂżWV7KHSURJUDPZLOOEHKHOGRQ Thurs., May 24, 1pm at Spring Glen Church, 1825 Whitney Avenue. The speaker will be Julie %DLOOLV RI 5HVWRUDWLYH 5HĂ€H[ROogy and Healing Arts. Aging At Home, a program of Interfaith Caregivers, was founded in 2005 by the Rev. Dr. Ed Dobihal and the late Irm Wessel, MSW to help seniors be able to stay in their own homes and neighborhoods. Aging At Home provides social activities, programs of interest to seniors and their families and contacts to services. There is no charge for the program. For more information, call (203) 230-8994 or email: agingat firstname.lastname@example.org
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I WILL DRIVE YOUR CAR where you need it. Also will drive you where you need to go, doctor appointments, hair appointments, etc. Call Rao at (203) 927-5980.
ELDERLY PERSONALIZED SERVICES THERE TO HELP. Are you in need of someone to help you with shopping, run errands, or take you to the doctors? (203) 927-5469, ask for Vanessa. Honest & dependable personalized service.
Senior Emergency Computer Classes for Seniors Food Bank Hamden: The Miller Senior Center is looking for donations for our Hamden Senior Emergency Food Bank. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Some food items needed are as follows: Dried cereals, oatmeal, powdered milk, peanut butWHUDQGMHOO\WXQDÂżVKFUDFNHUV baked beans, canned soups, gravies, macaroni, tomato sauce, broths, coffee and tea. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Hamden Elderly Outreach at (203) 287-2691.
Hamden: Classes are held for ages 55 and older. We offer beginners, intermediate, email/internet and iPad classes. Must have your own iPad. The rate for Hamden residents will be $20 and non-Hamden residents $30 by check only. Call Lorrie at (203) 287-2550, (203) 287-2547 to put your name on the waiting list or for any questions.
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Registration begins 4 weeks prior to class start date. If there is availability for non-residents, they may register 2 weeks prior to class start date. All checks made payable to: Treasurer Town of North Haven unless otherwise SPECIAL WEEKLY EVENTS noted. Registration will be taken Tues., 5/22: 10am: Veterans Monday-Friday from 9am-2pm. Coffee House. 1pm: Veterans $ FODVV ZLWK LQVXIÂżFLHQW HQUROOment will be cancelled prior to Services. Wed., 5/23: 9:15am: â€œOliver!â€? the starting date and participants at Goodspeed Trip Registration. will receive a refund as well as EHLQJ QRWLÂżHG 2QFH D FODVV LV 1:30pm: Harp Concert. Thurs., 5/24: 4pm: Book in session there are no refunds Club. 5pm: Lake View CafĂŠ Din- or adjustments to the required payment as instructors based on ner. 6pm: Cabaret. Pictured (L-R): Alyce Palmisano, Nancy Eberg, Ann Roche, Norman Juniewic. Fri., 5/25: 9:30am: Paint SD\PHQWRQFHWKHFODVVLVÂżOOHG North Haven: Ann, Norman, and Nancy play everyday at 12:15pm. Norman plays anytime, Alfred plays Please call the Center at (203) pARTy. 10:15am: Parkinsonâ€™s Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. They have a lot of fun, laughs and good conversations. Support Group. 11am: Memorial 239-5432. Photo and story by Jo-Ann Buccetti *Sponsorships for paid classDay Program. 12:30pm: Movie: es may be available, please see â€œDarkest Hour.â€? Mon., 5/28: Memorial Day. Judy. Computer Classes: TuesSenior Center Closed. days, 9am-10:30am and 10:45Tues., 5/29: 11:45am: Lunch 12:15pm. Our Instructor will be Bunch. taking a break until September. Wed., 5/30: 10am: â€œWhiskey Please call the Center to put your & Apple Pie.â€? name on a Waiting List for the Thurs., 5/31: 10am: Hospital- next session. ity Committee. Oil Painting: Tuesdays, 12:45â€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘ 2:45pm. New Session begins WANTED: Antiques or col- Tues., May 29 through Tues., lectibles, highest prices Aug. 21. No class June 5. Cost: paid for paintings, furni- $30 Residents, $35 Non-Resiture, glassware, pottery, dents. A list of supplies will be documents, photographs, JLYHQ WR \RX SULRU WR WKH ÂżUVW class. Participants: Min/Max: bottles, anything old, one 1 2 / 1 6 . Registration for Resipiece or entire estates, cash dents and Non-Residents is SDLG Â‡ now in progress. FOR SALE: Kawai console Beginner Chair Yoga: Tuespiano w/grand piano keys, days, 10:30-11:45am. New SesVROLG ZDOQXW ÂżQLVK )UHQFK sion begins Tues., May 29 Pictured (L-R): On Thursdays at 12:00 noon at North Haven Senior Center, Lucille Hines, Sandra Provincial, exc. condition, through Tues., July 31. Cost: Mastroianni, Rose Salerno, Valerie Villano, Cathy Giannelli. $75 Residents & Non-Residents. matching bench, recently North Haven: They have a lot of fun, and bring a lot of joy to the Senior Center. They also bring a lot is a gentle yoga practice WXQHG DVNLQJ FDOO Yoga incorporating stretches while sit- of snacks that they share with everyone. anytime, (203) 288-7650 â€˘ ting on chairs as well as some Story and photo by Jo-Ann Buccetti
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East Haven: Visit the Hagaman 0HPRULDO/LEUDU\0DLQ6WUHHW on Mon., June 4 at 2pm and learn the difference between Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare 6XSSOHPHQW 3ODQV <RX ZLOO DOVR learn general details about what LVFRYHUHGLQ0HGLFDUH3UHVFULSWLRQ'UXJ3ODQV Your presenter is Christie A. %RQGRV DQ LQGHSHQGHQW $+,3 FHUWLÂżHG$PHULFDQ+HDOWK,QVXUDQFH 3ODQV LQVXUDQFH DJHQW who specializes in Life, Health DQG0HGLFDUH3ODQV The information given in this workshop is for educational purposes only. Information about individual company Medicare plans will not be given. This workshop is free and open to everyone. To sign up, please call the library at (203) 468-3890.
Spring 2018 CareCard Lecture Program
New Haven: Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) CareCard program is a free health and wellness program for adults 50 and older. The YNHH CareCard program and the Connecticut Older Adult Collaborative for Health (COACH) invite you to free health education talks and screenings. All lectures are from 6-7pm at <DOH1HZ +DYHQ +RVSLWDO 6DLQW Raphael Campus in the Cronin $XGLWRULXP)UHHSDUNLQJSURYLGHG *HRUJH6WUHHW*DUDJH To register, call 1-888-700-6543 or visit ynhh.org/events Assessment and Why Would I Need One? Tues., May 29. YNHH geriatrician Gerard J. .HULQV0'<60SURJUDPGLUHFtor, Geriatric Education, will discuss the assessmentâ€™s purpose and how it can help older adults deal with age related concerns. Promoting Kidney Health. Thurs., May 31. Nearly one in ten people every year are affected by kidney disease and many do not realize they have it. Joni Hansson, MD, nephrologist at Metabolism Associates, will discuss how to promote better kidney health and reduce your risk of kidney failure. Safe in the Sun. Tues., June 5. According to the Amerian Cancer 6RFLHW\ VNLQ FDQFHU LV E\ IDU WKH most common form of cancer. .DWKOHHQ 6XR]]L 0' VXUJHRQ and assistant professor of dermaWRORJ\DW<60ZLOOWDONDERXWWKH importance of skin cancer screenings and ways to protect yourself in the sun.
Pictured Top Left: Dr. James LaMondia during his presentation. Top Right: NHGC member Gerri Giordano and Dr. LaMondia. Bottom left: 3URÂżOH RI +RSV Bottom Right: Table arrangement by Mary Cameron. North Haven:$WWKH1RUWK+DYHQ*DUGHQ&OXEV0D\PHHWLQJ'U-DPHV/D0RQGLD&KHLI6FLHQWLVWDV &$(6LQ:LQGVRUSUHVHQWHGDSURJUDPRQ+RSV'LG\RXNQRZWKDW+RSVDUHDSHUHQQLDO+RSVZHUHDWRQH time grown in Connecticut but stopped because of disease. Here are a few facts on Hops. They are mostly used in the brewing of beer but are also used to make essential oils, cosmetics, and as an additive to liquors. Ornamental hops are used to make tea. When brewing beer RQO\WKHIHPDOHKRSDUHXVHG,3$ RU,QGLDQ3DOH$OHH[WUDKRSVDUH added to the brew, if not it would VSRLO ,Q WKH 3DFLÂżF 1RUWK West produced nearly half the hops worldwide and the area is still the largest producer of Hops. $OOKRSVKDYHGLIIHUHQWĂ€DYRUVWKH one from Connecticut has a fruity Ă€DYRUOLNHRUDQJH]HVW'U/D0RQdia talk was very interesting and educational since most members knew little about hops. Hostesses for the evening were -DQ7UDF\6DQG\*LQWHUDQG6XH Dannenhoffer, the table arrangement was by Mary Cameron. Donâ€™t forget to check out The DR. JAMEEL DHANANI, DMD North Haven Garden Club on Friendly, Professional Staff )DFHERRN IRU ORWV RI XVHIXO DQG entertaining information and picComplete Family Dentistry tures of all our club does in the Same Day Emergency great Town of North Haven and OLNH RXU SDJH )81 )$&7 +RSV Donâ€™t Wait - Take the First Step to Your need a lot of water to grow. They grow very rapidly, 1-2 feet, in a Perfect Smile Today! couple of days. New Patients Welcome - Most Insurances Accepted North Haven Garden Club is a PHPEHURI7KH)HGHUDWHG*DUGHQ Call for our Clubs of Connecticut, Inc., New New Patient Specials England Garden Clubs, Inc., and 6 George St., North Haven The National Garden Clubs Inc. Article and photos by Cindy www.northhavenctdentist.com Golia
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Pictured Top: The residents and Garden Club members. Bottom left: Barbara Daney showing off her talent and beautiful quilt. Bottom right:6KHUUL'RDNHQMR\LQJWKHDFWLYLW\ Wallingford: The Wallingford Garden Club was welcomed at QuinQLSLDF 9DOOH\ &HQWHU LQ :DOOLQJIRUG E\ UHVLGHQWV DQG 6XH 6KHUPDQ Recreation Director. The Garden Therapy Group of the Wallingford Garden Club has expanded its program to include a second nursing KRPH&KULVWLQH6DOLVEXU\'HE7DJOLDWHODDQG1DWDOLH6FRWWRIWKH:DOOingford Garden Club assisted residents in this project. And it was a delightful afternoon sharing stories and creating a garden quilt from fabric, pictures and stencils. Residents loved creating their own designs and talking about life. The end products brought smiles to all of us.
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6HQDWH 5HSXEOLFDQ 3UHVLGHQW 3UR 7HPSRUH /HQ )DVDQR 5 North Haven) applauded the State Senateâ€™s unanimous passage of legislation that will outlaw the practice of leasing cats and dogs in the state of Connecticut. Senate Bill No. 241 was amended to include a provision proposed by Sen. Fasano to ban the practice of entering into agreements to lease a dog or cat for which ownership is retained by the leasing company. The measure passed the Senate with unanimous support late last night. â€œThe stories I have heard about people leasing dogs and cats and then returning them are heartbreaking when you think DERXW WKH DQLPDOVÂ´ VDLG 6HQ Fasano. â€œIn many of these cases, older pets that are returned after a lease often struggle sigQLÂżFDQWO\WRDGMXVWWRKDYLQJORVW their home and owner. If they FDQQRW ÂżQG QHZ KRPHV WKHVH animals are often euthanized. What has been happening in these arrangements is inhumane. I applaud the State Senate for working together to pass this legislation with unanimous ELSDUWLVDQVXSSRUWÂ´
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A Fairy Tale Frolic! Hamden: The Blue Hills Theatre of Hamden, CT is now accepting registration for the Blue Hills Summer Youth Theatre. The program will take place June 20th and June 21st from 4-6PM, and June 22nd through June 29th from 8:30am until 12noon at the Mount Carmel Congregational Church, 3625 Whitney Avenue in Hamden CT. Children ages 7 through 14 are invited to participate in a program ÂżOOHG ZLWK WKHDWULFDO IXQ DV WKH\ bring a favorite childrenâ€™s story to life with costumes, puppets, music and dancing. This yearâ€™s production will be an original musical entitled Happily Ever After! The cost for the program is $250, and includes a performance on Thursday evening, June 28th at 7PM. For further information and registration materials please contact Karen Baranski at 203-230-0514 or email email@example.com. Space is limited!
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3LFWXUHG $ERYH Library staff Ms. Catherine and Ms. Lindsey with children. Right: Fairy garden beach scene made by Alina Yosua. 1RUWK+DYHQ The North Haven Memorial Library had a very busy week planned for Fairy Week. One of the many events for children ages 6-9 was to create their very own fairy gardens. Ms. Catherine, and Ms. Lindsey, library staff, provided a wonderful â€œfairyâ€? work shop for the children at the library. Twenty children in all, accompanied by parents, grandparents, and caretakers, had the opportunity to create their very own Fairy Gardens. Upon arrival the children went diligently to work using artifacts, soil, and sand that was provided by the library. Their creations were beautiful and very imaginative. Kudos to The North Haven Libraryâ€™s wonderful staff. Donâ€™t forget to stop by the library to see all the beautiful fairy scenes made by members of the North Haven Garden Club and North Haven Memorial Library staff. Donâ€™t forget to check out The North Haven Garden Club on Facebook for lots of useful and entertaining information and pictures of all our club does in the great Town of North Haven and like our page!! FUN FACTFairyâ€™s like a place to hide and often make their homes in gardens that provide outlets to quickly disappear from prying human eyes. North Haven Garden Club is a member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, New England Garden Club and The National Garden Clubs Inc. Article by Cindy Golia. Photos by Lee Fermo.
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Animal Haven Pet of The Week Say Hello Dolly! Dolly is a 2 year old lap cat looking for a home. She is a pretty, black and white gal, with polydactyl paws and an adorable face. She loves affection and will climb on your lap for petting. Dolly would prefer to be the only pet in the home. She is spayed, current on shots, and just waiting to meet you. Please consider adopting this sweet cat! For more information, please call The Animal Haven, at 203-239-2641 or visit the website at www.theaniDolly malhaven.com. The shelter is located at 89 Mill Road in North Haven and is open to the public on Tuesdays and Fridays from 12 pm - 3 pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4 pm - 7 pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 12 pm - 4 pm.
The Greater N.H. Cat Project, Inc. ANNUAL TAG SALE Treasure Hunters - keep Saturday, May 26 open!! The Greater New Haven Cat Project, Inc. will be holding its Annual Tag Sale at a new location: 2 Belfast St., Milford, from 9am-3pm. The original date was May 19, but was rescheduled because of rain.
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ELECTRICAL SERVICES 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. 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. LEN RIZZO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS: Professional work done on every job, big or small. Tripping breakers, need a plug or switch installed? Kitchen or basement remodel? Same low rates 24-7, 11 yrs. experience. Best prices on commercial work. Licensed & Insured. Free estimates, we accept all credit cards. CT Lic. #0198246-E1. Call (203) 996-5368. SALE...SALE...CUSTOM A/V SYSTEMS is holding a sale of open box, pre-owned and new electronic components and other items, Saturday, June 2, 9 & 16, 10am-3pm, 55 Old Broadway East. (203) 234-1303. (cusav.com)
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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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EARTHWORKS LLC: Excavation, complete site work, drainage, septic, sewer, utilities, grading, fill, top soil, cellars, driveways, land clearing, etc. One call does it all. Insured, Licensed, References, 30 yrs. experience. HIC#0651507. (203) 909-4181. R. BORRELLI EXCAVATING CO., LLC: We specialize in sewer, septic systems and water main installation and repair. Call Rich for estimate, (203) 248-4112.
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GUTTERS WE SHOW UP: Gutters cleaned, water tested and mess cleaned up. New gutter installation, repairs, other maintenance work, just ask. Insured. John, (203) 288-7868. JAYâ€™S GUTTER CLEANING & MAINTENANCE SERVICES: Minor Repairs and more. Prompt and very reliable service. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. Fully insured. Call Jay, cell (203) 506-9384.
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HEATING SERVICES DENNIS SHARP HEATING SERVICE: Repairs, installs and oil tank replacements, $1,400 complete. (860) 517-6382. CUSTOM DESIGN & REMODELING BY VACCARO since 1996. Bathroom renovation, kitchens, trimwork, custom display and bookcases, entertainment centers and more. Lic. #549819. Fully insured. Call (203) 239-5760. REPAIR WORK, CARPENTRY, Drywall, Ceilings, Walls, Decks, Stairs. Call Bill at (203) 901-2136.
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LANDSCAPING 72:1/,1(/$:1&$5(//& is currently accepting new accounts in North Haven and surrounding areas. Spring and Fall cleanup, mulching, mowing, hedge trimming, dethatching, seeding, aerating and fertilizer programs. Fully insured. CT HIC #0633664. DEP #B3097. Call for a free estimate, (203) 752-7315, www.townlinelawncare.com /$:1 02:,1* 635,1*)$// &/($1836 Hedge trimming, pruning and seeding. Accepting new accounts. Licensed and Insured. Highly referred. Call or text Scott, (203) 6902883. ($57+:25.6//& All your landscaping needs, new lawn installations, grading, shrub & tree planting, lawn cutting, fertilizing, sodding. Guaranteed work. Insured, Licensed, References, 30 yrs. experience. HIC#0651507. (203) 909-4181. 021( /$1'6&$3,1* //& Now accepting new accounts IRUODZQFXWWLQJWULPPLQJHGJLQJPXOFKLQJHWF7KHÂżUVWFXW would be free with an agreement. Fully insured. Over 20 years in business. Call for free estimate, (203) 484-5240. $/$1'6&$3,1* Since 1983. Custom design. I paver walkways & patios, retaining walls & stairs, front steps refaced with bluestone & thin stone, professional landscape design. New lawns, seed, sod or hydroseed and much more. Over 30 years experienced. Visit Angieâ€™s List, 3-time award winning contractor, â€œAâ€? rating. Call Frank for free estimate at (203) 239-1177. References and portfolio available. Lic. #0562123.
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LANDSCAPING SPECIALTY 29(5 *52:1<$5' RU %25'(5" Are pricker bushes & vines taking over, or extra long grass & small trees making your yard smaller? Our skid-steer mounted brush cutter can cut down growth like this (up to 4â€? thick) and let you reclaim your property again. Visit www.TJB-INC.com or call (203) 288-3711 for a free estimate. CT HIC #507853. 1$785$//22.,1*:$7(5*$5'(16, Decorative Fountains, Pondless Waterfalls & Rainwater Collection Systems sold as do-it-yourself kits or creatively installed at your location. We also stock Water Treatments, Pumps, Filter Pads, and EPDM (Fish-Safe) Liners. Come visit our store & displays @ 12 Crest Way - Hamden (off Sherman Ave.). Call (203) 288-3711 for information and go to www.TJB-INC.com to view our work or shop on-line! Installing, repairing & maintaining ponds since 1984. Credit Cards accepted. CT HIC #507853.
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LAWN CUTTING /$:1 &877,1* ZLWK &/,33,1* 5(029$/ Tired of fast Mow-&-Go lawn cutting services? Our top-of-the-line Walker brand bagging mowers with sharp blades, will leave your lawn ORRNLQJOLNHDSURIHVVLRQDOEDVHEDOOÂżHOG1RGHDGJUDVVLQWKH garden beds or spread over the top of the lawn to turn brown in 3 days. Professional high-end results at a reasonable cost. Try it once and see the difference! Visit www.TJB-INC.com or call (203) 288-3711 for a free estimate. CT HIC #507853.
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LAWN FERTILIZATION SERVICES LAWN TREATMENT PROGRAM: (Traditional & Organic). The lawns we install, renovate and/or treat are greener, thicker & healthier. We work with you to create the perfect lawn from the ground up. Visit www.TJB-INC.com or call (203) 288IRUDIUHHHVWLPDWH2XURQVWDII$JURQRPLVW &HUWL¿HG Master Gardener has over 43 years experience in lawn care. CT DEEP Supervisor & Arborist #S-1710, B #652, CT HIC #507853, NOFA ALCP LAWN FERTILIZATION AND ORGANIC TICK CONTROL SERVICES: Offered by Town Line Lawn Care, LLC. Call for a free quote, (203) 752-7315. CT DEEP B#3097, CT DEEP Supervisor #S-6125, HIC #0633664.
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LAWN SERVICES REASONABLE LAWN CARE & SERVICES: Mowing, weed whacking, cleanups, dethatching, seeding, leaf cleanup. Free estimates. (203) 807-9933. PAUL’S YARD CARE: Veteran Owned & Operated. Will Beat All Competitors’ Prices. Senior, Referral & Veteran Discounts. Walk Behind Mowers Only. (646) 951-6692. JAY’S LAWN SERVICE: Prepare for Spring Cleanup. Yards cleaned up plus fertilized. Hedges trimmed and gutters cleaned. Log splitting services available, men & equipment. Reasonable rates on all services. Taking on new customers for lawn cutting. Call (203) 624-8636 or (203) 435-3319. REDWOOD LAWN SERVICE: Expert lawn cutting and services. Lowest prices. Free estimates. Fall and Spring cleanup. Call (203) 397-1676, leave a message or ask for Bill. LAWN MOWING, TRIMMING, Fall Cleanups. No Contracts, Flexible Schedules. North Haven, Wallingford, Northford. Call Bob, (203) 228-7109.
PAINTING SERVICES 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. 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. BRADLEY’S PAINTING: Professional, Affordable, Exterior/ Interior Painting, Deck, House Washing, Wallpaper Removal, Decorative Painting, Repairs, Handywork. Fully insured. 22 years experience. (203) 715-0771. “ONE CALL COVERS IT ALL.” 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. BARLETTA’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.
PLUMBING FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS: Leaky faucets, broken pipes, water heaters, gas pipe, toilets, and any other major and minor plumbling needs. Call R & R Plumbing, (203) 5302436. Mention this ad and save 15%. Licensed and Insured. Lic. #0285843. LICENSED PLUMBER: No job too small. Work done daytime and weekends. Call Greg, home (203) 239-PIPE (7473), cell (203) 215-4195. PLUMBING REPAIR AND INSTALLATIONS: Same day service. Bath and Kitchen Remodels. Call Pat, cell (203) 285-0138, home (203) 745-5183.
PLUMBING & HEATING ROUSSEAU PLUMBING & HEATING: Small to large plumbing & heating jobs. Over 8 years of service in the New Haven area. Lic. #282011. (203) 288-9090. WALLINGFORD PLUMBING & HEATING: Water Heater Specials - 40 gallon gas $925; 50 gallon electric $875. Prompt service on all repairs and new installations. Water heaters, boilers. Free estimates. Licensed and insured. (203) 269-6175. Lic. #280395.
POWER WASHING LINDSAY’S POWER WASHING: Houses and decks, patios, fences, deck staining. Free estimates. Call Buddy, (203) 9156546. Insured. Visit website @ BBB CT. THE POWER WASHING KINGS: Others wash, we clean. Gutter black lines and streaks gone! Green mold, black mildew, dirt, grease and grime...gone! Exterior window washing with every job. Offering soft wash pressure-less house washing like bringing the spa to your house. Visit: thepowerwashingkings.com or call (203) 631-3777. Fully insured. Call about roof cleaning also. SPRING HAS SPRUNG SALE! Small ranches & capes special! Enjoy time spent outdoors with a freshly power washed home! Sole proprietor so no worries about a yard full of strangers. Celebrating 33 years. BBB A+ rated! Trimworks Painting. Lic. #0619599. (203) 484-9181, 7am-7pm.
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GET READY FOR SPRING PLANTING. Rototill your garden now. Call Bob, (203) 269-4979.
RUBBISH REMOVAL/HAULING R & W HAULING & RUBBISH REMOVAL: Attics, cellars, garages, residential & commercial. Free estimates. Call Tim, cell (203) 996-3955, (203) 239-7880. ALL SEASONS CLEANOUTS & IMPROVEMENTS: Residential, Commercial and Industrial. We cleanout: homes, garages, unwanted appliances and yards, businesses, factories, construction, repairs. 10 years serving the community. Call (203) 980-8416, anytime. Licensed CT Reg. #HIC 0625799 and LQVXUHG(3$&HUWL¿HG A#1 RUBBISH REMOVAL: No job too small. Please call (203) 997-6523. 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 also do demolitions as well. We are prompt and reliable at a reasonable price. Discount on salvageable items. “No job too small or large.” Call (203) 281-6387.
SEPTIC/SEWER SERVICES R. BORRELLI EXCAVATING CO., LLC: We specialize in installation of new septic systems, septic tanks, B-100’s soil testing. Call Rich for estimate, (203) 248-4112. 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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RTC SMALL ENGINES: Small engines repaired, sales, lawn equipment, snow blowers, go carts and more. Located in Wallingford. Pickup & delivery available. (475) 201-9001.
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