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August 6, 2019
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Arnoldâ€™s Jewelers will be on
Sat. August 3rd to Mon. August 12th Weâ€™ll Reopen Tuesday, August 13th
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ARNOLDâ€™S JEWELERS â€œTHE NORTH HAVEN DIAMOND CENTERâ€?
FREE Engraving & Lifetime Appraisals on ALL Items purchased at Arnoldâ€™s Jewelers
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SUMMER COLOR SALE!
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North Haven Memorial Library 17 Elm Street, North Haven
FREE MOVIES AUGUST SCHEDULE Tues., August 6, 10:30am: Mary Queen of Scots. Fri., August 9, 10:30am: Kingdoms Of The Sky. Fri., August 16, 10:30am: Letâ€™s Visit: Cornwall. Tues., August 20, 10:30am: Dogs Way Home. Fri., August 23, 12:30pm: Friday Brown Bag It Movie - The Circus. Bring your lunch and enjoy a movie!
â€˘â€˘â€˘â€˘ NORTH HAVEN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
For information call: (203) 239-5321 ext. 530 Rec Info Line: (203) 234-2535
RECREATION CENTER SUMMER OFFICE HOURS Changes in Recreation Center 2IÂżFH+RXUVIRUWKHVXPPHUDUH now in effect through August 27. Monday-Friday: 9am-4:30pm. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 6:30-8:30pm. Tuesday evenings - Office Closed.
Rotary District Governor Visits North Haven Rotary Club
North Haven Shopping Center 117 Washington Ave. 203-390-5128 North Haven Republican Town Committee
Thursday, August 22nd 5:30-8:30pm
Wallingford Country Club 195 Long Hill Road, Wallingford
Tickets $50 each
For tickets call RTC Headquarters at 203-239-2084 Paid for by The North Haven Republican Town Committee. Carolyn Yaccarino, Treasurer.
2 TUESDAYS! - $2 REGULAR DOGS ALL DAY Fresh Burger (Not Frozen)
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LOST: On Tuesday, July 30, after the concert on the North Haven Green near the library - womanâ€™s small white cardigan. Call (203) 234-7258.
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Pictured: North Haven Rotary President Ron Bathrick with Rotary District Governor Jack Solomon and Assistant District Governor Al May. www.bellnurseriesct.com \HU North Haven: The North Haven Rotary Club was recently visSUMMER HOURS: Mon.- Fr. 8-6, Sat. 8-5, Sun. 9-4 ited by Rotary District Governor Jack Solomon at the clubâ€™s new meeting place, Breakfast Connections of North Haven. If youâ€™re WANTED: Buying older FOR SALE: Garmin 2 GPS 5 interested in joining Rotary, contact Membership Chair Paulette EHHU FDQV Ă€DWV FRQHWRSV inch screen, mounts; bean DeMaio at email@example.com. single cans or entire collec- bags, like new $100 all; tions; (203) 915-7662 â€˘ (203) 824-0977 â€˘ Between Dixwell Ave. & Rte. 22
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Over the last several years and again this year The North Haven Garden Club will award private and/or business properties for their JDUGHQLQJ DQG EHDXWLÂżFDWLRQ efforts in our town. Do you know of a property which should be considered for the 2019 award? If so, please nominate them (or yourself) to the Civic Committee of The North Haven Garden Club by contacting the chair person at nhgccindy@yahoo. com or The North Haven Garden Club on Facebook. This is the last week to nominate a home or business!! The club will again be looking for gardens primarily in the front (but not limited to) of the property demonstrating the following criteria: color coordination, organization, design, and plant arrangement. You must be a North Haven resident to
be considered for an award. We look forward to hearing from you before August 8th. Awards will be made in late August or early September. 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 - Many residents are not aware that there are many beautiful gardens right here in North Haven, so look around your neighborhood, or if youâ€™re driving around and spot a home, send us the information. North Haven Garden Club is a member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, New England Garden Club and The National Garden Clubs Inc.
North Haven Soccer Club REGISTRATION FOR ALL NEW NHSC SUMMER CAMP NOW OPEN! Online registration for our annual NHSC Summer Camp is now open. New this year, the camp will be held at the high VFKRRO WXUI ÂżHOG LQ WKH HYHQLQJ from August 19-22 with a rain date of Aug. 23. To register, please click on the â€œ2019 Summer Campâ€? Register Now button on the left side of the website (www.NorthHavenSoccerClub.org) or on the Registration Page. You will have the ability to select the appropriate age group as part of the registration process (Grades Pre-K, K-3, 4-8, and 9-12). Led by the NHSC Directors of Coaching, the North Haven Soccer Camp is open to all soccer players. Our goal is to develop individual tactical and technical skills for each position and will include small-sided games, specialized goalkeeper training and age-appropriate match play. The objective of the coaching staff will be to help build individual and WHDP FRQÂżGHQFH ZKLOH IRFXVLQJ on possessive play and tactical awareness. This is a great way for players to get ready for their fall club and school teams. For additional information, a downloadable brochure and to register, please visit www. NorthHavenSoccerClub.org. We hope to see you all there!
Hamden Youth Services Bureau
11 Pine Street, Hamden 203-777-2610, Fax 203-562-3498
ARE YOU IN NEED OF A HYSB VOLUNTEER?
Hamden Youth Services Bureau offers an expanded Volunteer and Community Service program that places students and community members who wish to volunteer in the Hamden community. Hamden Youth Services Bureauâ€™s mission is to create and foster opportunities for all Hamden youth and their families to learn and grow in positive ways. This is accomplished by providing a variety of programs and services, one of which is our Volunteer and Community Service Program. We are looking to expand our placement sites. Family friendly Hamden businesses and nonSURÂżW RUJDQL]DWLRQV ZLOO EH FRQsidered. Some previous placements include tutoring, office help, special event planning, program assistance, fundraising, elderly services and more. If you or anyone you know is interested in taking on a volunteer who is 12 years and older, that is caring, responsible, reliable, and wants to help the Hamden community, please have them contact Patunia Medy, Volunteer Coordinator at the Hamden Youth Services Bureau at (203) 777-2610 ext. 1124 or PMedy@Hamden. com.
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Attend a Free Hearing Care Screening on Tuesday, August 20th WHERE: Beltone Hearing Aid Center 2508 Whitney Avenue, Hamden WHEN: Tuesday, August 20th TIME: By Appointment RSVP: 203-281-3572
Most insurance plans accepted! Federal & State BCBS, UHC, AARP, Teachers & Union Members. Trust one of Greater New Havenâ€™s most respected hearing aid experts. Âˆ Convenient parking Âˆ Bring a loved one for support Âˆ Hearing tests are painless Veterans Hearing Provider
FOR SALE: Antiques - 2man handsaw 6 ft. long; soldering iron and laddle; railroad lantern; all 80 yrs. or older $100 lot; (203) 2351518, Meriden â€¢
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FOR SALE: Worx 32 volt cordless leaf blower, exc. cond. $40; (203) 747-9883 â€¢ FREE: Brand new twin box spring, never used; (860) 716-5545 â€¢
FOR SALE: AC, 12,000 BTU, new $100; child car seat, new $70; (203) 494-8480 â€¢ FOR SALE: Tennis balls, new, qty. 15 $5; (203) 8652795 â€¢
FOR SALE: High back ofÂ¿FH FKDLU IROGLQJ DUPV adjustable height, swivels, wheels, black, excellent $45; (203) 285-5374 â€¢
FOR SALE: Nespresso Vertuo red coffee espresso machine, like new, includes extras, asking $70; (203) 234-7964 â€¢
WANTED: Collector buying old photographs from the 1800â€™s on glass, tin or paper, of people, places or things; (203) 915-7662 â€¢
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North Haven Fire Department Offers Summer Road Safety Tips
AUGUST 6, 2019
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accepted everyday between 9am-3pm. Eligibility Guidelines: â€˘ Must be 65 years of age or older as of December 31, The North Haven Asses- 2018. VRUÂśV2IÂżFHLVQRZDFFHSWLQJ â€˘ Or, if 50 years of age applications for the Renterâ€™s or older, and the surviving Rebate Program until Octo- spouse of a renter who at ber 1, 2019. Applications are the time his or her death had
TXDOLÂżHG DQG ZDV HQWLWOHG to tax relief, provided such spouse was domiciled with such renter at the time of his death. â€˘ If permanently and totally disabled the applicant must be 18 years of age or older. â€˘ Maximum adjusted gross income of $36,000 for unmarried and $43,900 for married couples. Income is calculated by using the adjusted gross income from the IRS 1040 form plus the non-taxable portion from Social Security or if an IRS 1040 form is not ÂżOHGWKHWRWDOIURPDOOÂśV â€˘ Must be a resident of Connecticut for at least one year. â€˘ Must live in a property not owned by the applicant and make regular rent payments. Required Documentation: â€˘,QFRPHYHULÂżFDWLRQZLWKD FRS\RIWKHÂżUVWSDJHRI IRS 1040 and 2018 Social Security 1099 forms or if an ,56 LV QRW ÂżOHG FRSLHV of the 2018 Social Security 1099 and 1099 statements from all other income earned (pension, interest, dividends, etc.). â€˘ For the disabled, a proof of disability must be provided. Acceptable proof is a 2018 Social Security 1099 form if under 62 years old. â€˘ Twelve months of receipts, statements or canceled checks for each utility from 2018 (rent, electric, gas or oil heat and water). If there are any questions, please contact the North HaYHQ$VVHVVRUÂśV2IÂżFHDW 239-5321.
WANTED: Antique country store items, old tins, bins, signs, boxes or anything related; (203) 915-7662 â€˘ FOR SALE: New Intel pool pump for small pool $75; call anytime, (203) 2887650 â€˘
As people enjoy their summer activities, Chief Paul Januszewski would like to remind drivers to share the road and remain attentive while driving. With warmer weather, more bicyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians are outside. Residents should take caution and remember to follow the law while bicycling, walking, jogging and driving. â€œItâ€™s everyoneâ€™s responsibility to share the road and take steps to stay safe,â€? Chief Januszewski said. â€œThis means understanding who else is on the road with you and being especially vigilant.â€? To prevent accidents and injuries, the North Haven Fire Department recommends the following safety tips: Driving Safety Tips: Watch for pedestrians everywhere, at all times of the day. Avoid distracted driving and never use your cell phone or mobile device while driving. Yield to bicyclists as you would to a motor vehicle. Do not underestimate their speed, especially when making a turn that crosses their path. Be cautious at parking lots, stop signs, when backing up and when parking. Watch for other vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists at these times. Be cautious at night and during inclement weather when visibility may be poor. Be cautious at crosswalks. Slow down and prepare to stop when turning or nearing a crosswalk. Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. Stop a safe distance away from the crosswalk to give other vehicles ample time to see the pedestrians that are crossing so that they can also stop. Do not pass vehicles stopped at a crosswalk. Follow slower speed limits in neighborhoods with signage that children are present. Drivers turning right on red need to look to the right and behind to avoid hitting a bicyclist that may be approaching from the right rear. Stop completely,
look left-right-left and behind, and then turn right on red. Give cyclists extra space. Do not pass them too closely. Bicycles and motorcycles can EH GLIÂżFXOW WR VSRW EHFDXVH RI WKHLU VPDOOHU SURÂżOHV DQG EHcause drivers are conditioned to look for other cars, not cyclists. Remember that motorcyclists have the same privileges as other drivers. Be sure to give riders a full lane of travel, and always keep a close watch for motorcyclists - especially at intersections and on highways. Sport utility vehicles, delivery vans, and large trucks may block motorcyclists from your view. Anticipate a motorcyclistâ€™s maneuvers. A piece of road debris that poses no threat to a car may be deadly for a motorcyclist. Predict evasive moves a motorcyclist might take by always being aware of your surroundings. Also, donâ€™t follow motorcycles too closely. Allow enough room for the motorcyclist to take evasive actions. Drivers must always be aware of their surroundings. Remember: Check twice, save a life. Yield to emergency vehicles with lights and sirens on. Pull over as far as possible. When approaching emergency vehicles, SLOW DOWN and MOVE OVER. Motorcycle & Bicycle Safety: Motorcyclists and bicyclists are also reminded to take safety precautions. These include: Making your presence known to drivers by wearing an appropriate helmet and contrasting FORWKLQJRUUHĂ€HFWLYHJHDU Avoiding riding in a driverâ€™s blind spot. Being cautious of cars entering or exiting driveways, or backing up in a parking lot. Using proper turn signals. Always following the rules of the road. As always, the North Haven Fire Department hopes everyone has a safe, healthy and happy summertime!
North Haven Land Trust Board Members Meet Local Bee Keeper
North Haven: On July 10th, some of the North Haven Land Trust board members met with a local bee keeper, Tom Anderson, who erected two bee hives on one of our land trust properties that we call Pine Hill Estates. It is located between Beach Lane and Arrowdale Road consisting of around 11 acres. Mr. Anderson provided us with a live exhibit of active hives and informed us of the hierarchal nature of bees, the construction of their
hives, and overall the necessity of helping bees propagate as they are key pollinators. The North Haven Land Trustâ€™s main goal is to educate the public on open space, accept any appropriate open space parcels, and providing habitat for wildlife. Please visit us on our website: northhavenlandtrust.org. for more information. Photo taken by our newest board member, Dan Hott.
AUGUST 6, 2019
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Easterseals Driver Assessment Program Fundraiser Medical Coding Academy 205 Skiff St., Hamden
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North Haven: Executive Cares will be sponsoring a Wine, Cheese and Chocolate fundraising event WREHQHÂ¿W(DVWHUVHDOV'ULYHU$Vsessment Program. This fundraising event will be taking place at Jaguar Land Rover North HaYHQ :DVKLQJWRQ $YHQXH 1RUWK+DYHQRQ6XQ$XJXVW $OOSURFHHGVUDLVHGZLOOKHOSFUHate a fully functional vehicle, outÂ¿WWHGZLWKVSHFLDOL]HGWHFKQRORJ\ and adaptive equipment for on the road driving assessments. Participants in the Wine, Cheese and Chocolate fundraiser are encouraged to samSOH Â¿QH FKRFRODWHV SURYLGHG E\ Fasciaâ€™s Chocolates, Thompson &KRFRODWHV DQG PRUH$OO RI WKH wine samples will be provided by Winebow of Wallingford. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased online at https://eastersealssamples.eventbrite.com or by contacting Kristie BalisciDQR DW [ RU email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Included in the ticket price is RQH HQWU\ LQWR WKH *UDQG 3UL]H drawing for a 2 year lease of a $FXUD,/;RU$VLOHQW DXFWLRQZLOOEHRSHQXQWLOSP 'RRUV ZLOO RSHQ DW DP DQG WKH *UDQG 3UL]H GUDZLQJ ZLOO EH DWSP Sponsorships are still available starting at $500.00.
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Sunbelt Rentals Holds Grand Opening In North Haven
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FREE: High quality hutch, top cabinet has lights, bottom has several drawers, very good cond.; (203) 6876509 â€¢
FOR SALE: BBQ tools, brand new in box, new in box, with fork, thermometer, timer, case, more $25; (203) 265-0881
The North Haven Historical 6RFLHW\DQGWKH'D\WLPH*DUGHQers are collaborating on a new HYHQW $ )DUP WR 7DEOH 'LQQHU ZLOOEHKHOGRQ:HG$XJXVW IURPSPDWWKH%URFNHWW )DUP$UURZGDOH5RDG 7KH 'D\WLPH *DUGHQHUV ZLOO contribute table centerpieces usLQJ Ã€RZHUV IURP WKHLU JDUGHQV and will assist with a variety of the preparations for the dinner. The Historical Society members will also contribute to the activity, assisting in various capacities to assure everything is ready on time. The dinner will be served family style, featuring fresh, organic fruits and vegetables from Frankieâ€™s Organic Fruits and Vegetables Market on Hartford Turnpike. Pasture-raised beef is being donated by Frank Bumsted, also of North Haven. North Haven Beekeeper, Ray Sola, is contributing pure raw honey for the dinner. Guests will also enjoy tours of the Brockett Farm Museum, Walt Brockettâ€™s woodworking shop, the Christa Jo Glass studio, and a tractor display, all available on site at the dinner location. The event will start with tours DW SP DQG GLQQHU VHUYHG SURPSWO\DWSP$WWLUHLVFRXQ-
Pictured (L-R): Mike Freda - First Selectman North Haven; Walter Mann - North Haven Economic 'HYHORSPHQW&RPPLVVLRQ.HYLQ6PLWK'LVWULFW0DQDJHU-RH+LOO'LUHFWRURI%XVLQHVV'HYHORSPHQW Taylor Mann - Regional VP; Garrett Sheehan - President & CEO Greater New Haven and Quinnipiac &KDPEHURI&RPPHUFH7LP5RELQHWWH([HFXWLYH9LFH3UHVLGHQW-RQ,UZLQÂ±3URÂ¿W&HQWHU0DQDJHU )UDQN'L&ULVWLQD6LWH0DQDJHUDOOQH[%RDUG&KDLU4XLQQLSLDF&KDPEHURI&RPPHUFH*DU\&LDUOHJOLR %XVLQHVV'HYHORSPHQW([HFXWLYH4XLQQLSLDF&KDPEHURI&RPPHUFH North Haven: Congratulations to Sunbelt Rentals, 250 Sackett Point Rd. North Haven, on their ribbon cutting grand opening. Sunbelt Rentals brings an unrivaled customer experience through its immense HTXLSPHQWÃ€HHWXQVXUSDVVHGH[SHUWLVHDQGXQSUHFHGHQWHGFXVWRPHUVDWLVIDFWLRQWRWKHJUHDWHU1RUWK Haven area. They offer a vast array of tools and equipment to help contractors and do-it-yourselfers get the job done. Sunbelt Rentals offers a team of local experts, 24/7 support and service, safety training classes, and more, to provide availability, reliability, and ease for your next project. For additional informaWLRQYLVLWVXQEHOWUHQWDOVFRP try casual. Tickets are $50.00 per person. Make checks payable to the North Haven Historical Society, 27 Broadway, North Haven, &7 6HDWLQJ LV OLPLWHG VR make your reservation soon. Rain 'DWH$XJXVW Call Walt Brockett at (203) 444-4052 if you have questions. Proceeds will support the activiWLHVRIWKHVHWZRRUJDQL]DWLRQV 'D\WLPH *DUGHQHUV RI 1RUWK Haven is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of CT, Inc., New England Garden Clubs, Inc., and National Garden Clubs, Inc. For information on our activities
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FOR SALE: Titleist, Nike golf balls $3 doz., like new, you pick; (203) 710-3640, Hamden â€¢ FOR SALE: Spanish 4pocket shirts, 5 at $10 ea., size XXL; (203) 710-3640, Hamden â€¢ FOR SALE: 5x7 area rug $25; lawn spreaders $10 ea.; boyâ€™s bike with helmet $20; (203) 641-2949 â€¢
Flyer train set, complete $25; (203) 809-2822 â€¢ FOR SALE: Four cemetery plots in St. Lawrence, West Haven, stone deeded $8,000 or best offer; (203) 823-7368 â€¢ FOR SALE: Department 56 Snowbabies, Snowbunnies, holidays, occasions, music boxes $6 & up; (203) 710-0340 â€¢
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North Havenâ€™s Music Under the Stars 2019
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North Haven: Music Under the Stars 2019 continues tonight at 7pm on the Town Green with entertainment by â€œAvenue Grooveâ€?. Next Tuesday, August 13, the show will be â€œThe Pop Rocksâ€?. So bring your Iawnchairs, blankets, and kids and enjoy a great night out watching an exciting concert on the Green! North Haven High School will be the raindate alternate location. For cancellation informa-tion, call 234-2535. Tuesday, August 13th â€œThe Pop Rocksâ€?: The 80s were a time for classic coming of age movies, big hair and some pretty unique fashion trends. The glue that held it all together was of course, the music, The Pop Rocks CT serves as a perfect reminder of the outstanding music of that decadent decade and delivers the ultimate musical tribute to the 80s! -67$&(<<$5%528*+ Step inside the DeLorean and get ready to go back in time... 7RZQ&OHUN5HJLVWUDURI9LWDO5HFRUGV 7D[&ROOHFWRU The Pop Rocks CTâ€™s goal is to recreate-some might even say 'DWHGWKLVWKGD\RI-XO\ mirror- the sound, vibe and look of those time honored 80s mega-bands and one-hit wonders everyone loves. The band offers a full-on retro experience with a diverse set list of â€œmust-playâ€? 80s tunes including songs by Bryan Adams, Tiffany, Duran Duran, Taylor Dayne, Journey, FOR SALE: NY Worldâ€™s Fair )256$/(1HZKXPLGLÂżHU Cyndi Lauper, Madonna Whitesnake and many more. If you close your eyes you may just think youâ€™re hearing Heart, Dexyâ€™s Midnight Runâ€œThe Triumph of Manâ€? re- $10; rocking chair $20; 12- ners, Prince or even Loverboy live in concert! This exceptionally high energy show is packed with powerhouse vocals, shredding guitar licks cord in original album $10; piece punch bowl set, new and beats that will get the whole crowd dancing. The Pop Rocks CT can regularly be found headlining festivals, rocking casinos, or bringing (203) 239-4397 â€˘ $10; (203) 397-3249 â€˘ WKDWOHJHQGDU\VĂ€DLUWRFRUSRUDWHHYHQWVDQGSULYDWHSDUWLHV /LIHPRYHVSUHWW\IDVWLI\RXGRQÂśWVWRSWRORRNDURXQGRQFHDQGDZKLOH\RXFDQPLVVLW7KH3RS5RFNV&7LVDEDQG\RXGHÂżQLWHO\GRQÂśW FOR SALE: Brand new Sit FOR SALE: Aluminum foldâ€˜Nâ€™ Cycle stationary exer- ing webbed lounge chair want to miss! So put down your Rubikâ€™s Cube, dust off your parachute pants, pull your leg warmers up over your Jordache jeans and prepare cise bike $100 or best offer; HOHFWULF FKDUFRDO ÂżUH yourself for the sounds of The Pop Rocks CT â€“ The Ultimate 80s tribute band!
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Hamden: Elijah Camner, Magna Cum Laude, BS in Marketing. Northford: Evan Cordova, BS in Architecture. North Haven: Rachel Kelly, Cum Laude, BS in Architecture. Wallingford: Lorena Cambizaca, BS in Biology; Erin Desanti, Cum Laude, BA in Psychology; Michael Ferraro, Master of Architecture; Jaime Kleindienst, BA in Educational Studies; Justin Mills, Magna Cum Laude, BS in Marketing; Cassandra Myers, Summa Cum Laude, BA in Elementary Education; Deanna Rackie, Magna Cum Laude, BS in Environmental Science; Joshua Seabrook, BS in Architecture.
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Tuesdays - 7:00pm North Haven Town Green NORTH HAVEN COMMUNITY SERVICES AND RECREATION Alternate Rain Location - North Haven High School
For Cancellation Information call (203) 234-2535 after 5:00pm
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Hamden: Taylor Judith Stickles, BA Public Relations Summa Cum Laude. Northford: Kevin R. Odell, BS in Mechanical Engineering Cum Laude. Wallingford: Karen E. Adams, BS in Nursing (RN to BS); Tessa Marie Arsenault, BS in Biomedical Engineering; Nate Jacob Carney, BS in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics; Heather Elizabeth Hagerty, BS in Animal Science and Technology Magna Cum Laude; Gabrielle Hummel, BA Political Science; Karen Milner, BS in Business Administration, Management Cum Laude; Kim Jean Petit, BS Health Studies Magna Cum Laude; Emma M. Sears, BS in Nursing; Nicole Smith, BS in Environmental Science and Management.
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Wallingford resident, Haley Franke has been named to the Deanâ€™s List at Adelphi University for the Spring 2019 semester.
North Haven resident, Melissa Montesi from the Class of 2021, was named to the Spring 2019 Honors List. To achieve this level, Melissa earned a grade point average of at least 3.330 and received no grade lower than a B.
University of the Sciences
Wallingford resident, Reema Patel, a Master of Occupational Therapy student, has been named to the Spring 2019 Deanâ€™s List.
Plymouth State University
Wallingford resident, Stephanie Carboni has been named to the Deanâ€™s List for the Spring 2019 semester at Plymouth State University.
North Haven resident, Rachel Purcell, a member of the Class of 2020, has been named to the Deanâ€™s List for the Spring 2019 semester. She is majoring in Psychology BA.
Ohio Wesleyan University
Hamden resident, Tavis Daluz-Cates has been named to the 2019 Spring semester Deanâ€™s List at Ohio Wesleyan University, located in Delaware, OH.
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Local residents named to the Deanâ€™s List for the Spring 2019 semester are: North Haven: David Cifarelli. Wallingford: Ania Spina.
Wallingford resident, Emily Hendershot was named to the Deanâ€™s List for the Spring 2019 semester. Hendershot is a Music Composition major in the Class of 2021. A 2017 graduate of Lyman Hall High School, she is the daughter of Rick and Rita Hendershot.
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Muriel G. Seitlinger, 89, of Wallingford, wife of the late David P. Seitlinger, peacefully passed away Friday, July 26, 2019 at Connecticut Baptist Home wrapped in the arms of her children. Muriel was born in Meriden on November 23, 1929, a daughter of the late Harvey and Gertrude (Doyon) Gagne. Muriel, or â€œMertâ€?, as she was known by many, is survived by her loving children, Janice Bilodeau and husband Keith, Susan Murphy, and David J. Seitlinger and wife Carol. She was a cherished â€œMemereâ€? to her 9 grandchildren: Renee Bell and husband Sammy; Michelle Hayward and husband Scott; Paul Bilodeau and wife Suzanne; Alyson Ulstad and husband Ryan; Garrett Murphy and wife Colleen; Hayley Murphy; Dylan Murphy, David Seitlinger and the late, Brandon Murphy. She was also a proud â€œGrand-memereâ€? to her 14 great-grandchildren; Abby, Kaity, Grace, Layla, Brady, Jemma Muriel, Madelyn, Noah, John-David, Bernadette, Colette, Ainsley, Colby and Josephine. Muriel is also survived by her sister, Lynne Stankiewicz of Old Lyme and predeceased by her brother, Harvey Gagne Jr.; her sister, Vivian Kiernan; and her grandson, Brandon. After marrying the love of her life on August 1, 1953, her and David started their family and moved to a lovely home in Wallingford where they remained for the rest of their lives.
Scott Morgillo, 35, loving husband of Michelle (Ferrucci) Morgillo, passed away unexpectedly, Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Scott was born in New Haven, Jan. 4, 1984, beloved son of Vincent Morgillo and Deborah (Oronzo) Morgillo, of Wallingford. Scott was raised in Wallingford and was a graduate of Mark T. Sheehan High School. In addition to his wife, Michelle, and his parents, Scott is survived by his two children, whom he loved and cherished, Gianna, and Luca; his sister, Jessica (Christopher) Jakubiec, of Wallingford; his sister-in-law, Elena (Dago) Godoy, of Orange; his paternal grandparents, Vincent and Peggy Morgillo, of North Haven; his in-laws, Michael and Francesca Ferrucci; his grandmother-in-law, Helen Oliveri, all of West Haven; his nieces and nephews, Brayden and Chace Jakubiec, and Cristian and Ariana Godoy; several loving aunts; uncles; cousins; and friends. He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, William and Marie Oronzo. Should friends desire, gifts in memory of Scott may be made to the Morgillo Childrenâ€™s Education Fund, c/o The Wallingford Funeral Home, 809 N. Main St. Ext., Wallingford, CT. 06492.
Patricia Ann Laudano DiNello, 72, of North Haven, passed
away peacefully on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at Yale New Haven Hospital with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of 49 years to Carl G. DiNello, Jr. Patricia was born in New Haven on January 8, 1947 and was the daughter of the late Pasquale and Anna Fonda Laudano. Mother of Carl G. DiNello III (Sadartha) and Nicole M. DiNello. Grandmother of Zachary and Madisyn DiNello. Sister of Marie Gambardella, Andrew Laudano (Mary Lou), Joanne DeFelice and the late Antoinette Criscuolo and Lucille Gambardella. Sister-in-law of Pasqualina â€œPattyâ€? Songer, Lucille DiNello and the late Anna Lloyd. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Dorothy Louise (Werner) Canning, 94, of Wallingford, died
Tuesday, July 30, 2019, at MidState Medical Center. She was born in New York City, April 29, 1925, one of nine children to the late John and Mary (Langdon) Werner. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Madeline and Dwight Perkins of Wallingford; her grandchildren: Timothy Perkins, and Carrie Perkins Hamilton and her husband Derek; her great grandchildren: Kaya, London and Camden Hamilton; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by eight siblings. Should friends desire, gifts in her memory may be sent to Zion Lutheran Church, 235 Pond Hill Rd., Wallingford, CT 06492.
Rose (Orlando) Maresca Farkas, 100, of Wallingford, died Mon-
day, July 29, 2019. She was the wife of the late Dominic Maresca who died in WWII, and the late Joseph Farkas. Rose was born in Wallingford, June 8, 1919, a daughter of the late Joseph and Marie (Rizzo) Orlando. She is survived by her son, Frank Maresca Sr. and his wife Linda of Wallingford; her grandchildren, Melissa Maresca, Michele Maresca and Frank Maresca Jr.; her great grandchildren, Charles, Peter, Camille, Piper and Frank III; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her siblings, Madeline â€œNellieâ€? Esposito, Salvatore â€œTonyâ€? Orlando, Frances Vaccino, Peter Orlando and John Orlando.
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Nance A. Cusick, 58, a lifelong New Haven and Hamden resident, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 29, 2019 at Masonic Health Care after a courageous struggle with MS. She is the daughter of John S. and Julia E. Cusick. Nance is survived by her mother, Julia, of Hamden, brother, John Jr. (Wendy) of Bethany, and Stephen (Carol) of Florida. She leaves behind two adoring nieces Julia F. and Maria L. Cusick, as well as many loving family members and friends. Born in 1961 in New Haven, CT. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Assoc. of America, (800) 532-7667.
Debra King, age 66, of Ham-
den, entered into eternal life on Thursday July 25, 2019 at Saint Maryâ€™s Hospital. She was born on November 27, 1953, in New Haven, daughter of the late Frederick and Bernice (Garrett) King. Loving wife of the late Solomon Lester. Cherished mother of Nadine (William) King-Tisdale and Tynay King both of Hamden. Cherished grandmother of Travis, Shanna, and Shaquana King all of Hamden. She is survived by one sister, Brenda King, and one brother, Frederick King. Predeceased by two sisters Bonnie and Mary King.
Marian Gayer, a lifelong resi-
dent of Wallingford, CT, passed away peacefully on July 25th, 2019 at Regency House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Wallingford in 1923, Marian graduated from Lyman Hall High School in 1941. She married Charles F. Gayer in 1944, and together they had four children: Charles Jr. (deceased), Donna, Doreen and Kevin. During her lifetime she was passionate about her charities, a donation will be made to Doctors of the World in her memory.
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Suzanne L Harsanyi, 96, of Ashlar Village, Wallingford, CT, passed away July 29, 2019. She was born in Budapest, Hungary. After spending much of WWII in a bomb shelter, she emigrated to the US with her new husband Alex, in 1947. She is survived by her daughter, Susan Ott, Susanâ€™s husband, Doug Ott, and grandson Will Ott. She was predeceased by her husband, Alex Harsanyi, and son, Denis Harsanyi.
The body of the deceased will often look different from how the person looked in life. If you are uncomfortable with an open casket, there is no obligation to view the body. The funeral is an experience of value and when properly planned can provide lasting satisfaction and comfort to the survivors. Our funeral service family can assist you in planning and coordinating all of the details and will explain all of the available options. To learn more about our funeral services, please call 203-239-1179. We are located at 36 Washington Ave. Our staff has learned to go beyond the expectations of the families that we serve.
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Exceptional Service & Respect DWD'LIÂżFXOW7LPH Linda (Clavet) King Gagne, 68, of Wallingford, passed away from a brief illness on July 6, 2019. She was born on Aril 27, 1951, to the late Thaddee and Winifred Clavet. Linda was also preceded in death by her husband William F. Gagne â€œBillâ€?, a sister Joyce Clavet and a brother Chanel Clavet. Linda leaves behind a daughter Shanelle King, a son Ryan Gagne, a sister Lise Couture and husband Armand, a sister Ann Clavet and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
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AUGUST 6, 2019
Religious Bulletin = Shawl Ministry in Need of Volunteers
North Haven: The Shawl Ministry at Saint Frances Cabrini Church is in need of volunteers to help knit or crochet shawls for the sick and homebound. We regularly receive calls for shawls to be donated to the hospitals since they are in great need. If you would like more information, or know anyone that wants to donate yarn or funds to our shawl ministry, please call (203) 2395700. Shawl Ministry Sessions are held every Wednesday at 1pm in the Saint Frances Cabrini Church meeting room, 57 Pond Hill Rd. If youâ€™re interested, please call to sign up at (203) 239-5378.
Volunteers Sought for Lay Training in Geriatric Ministry
Donald Joseph Bramande, Jr., 43 of North Haven died suddenly
at his home on Sunday, July 28, 2019. Donald was born in Hartford on May D VRQ RI 0DULH 0HUU\ÂżHOG of Pheonix, AZ and the late Donald Joseph Bramande, Sr. He grew up in East Hartford, Manchester, Glastonbury and Stafford Springs and lived in Melbourne, FL for four years before moving to North Haven nine years ago. In addition to his mother, Donald is survived by his brother, Jason DuBois of Windsor Locks, his former wife Joanna DeNigris, and his former father in law and mother in law, Leucio and Anita DeNigris, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
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Ruben Almonte Fernandez, Jr., 72, of Hamden, formerly of the
Philippines passed away peacefully on Monday, July 15, 2019 at St. Davidâ€™s North Austin Medical Center with his family by his side. He was the beloved husband of the late Jovita Nobleza Fernandez. Born in the Philippines on July 31, 1946 and was the son of the late Ruben Fernandez Sr. and Corazon Almonte Fernandez. He is survived by his daughter, Ursula Fernandez, her husband, Gregg Moore, and his granddaughters, Cora and Simone Moore. He is also survived by his sisters, Teresita Fernandez Malong and Carmelita Fernandez Rodriguez. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Christopher Gregory Buonocore, 93, of North Haven died peacefully on Thursday, July 25, 2019 at Connecticut Hospice with his wife, daughters, and family at his side. Christopher is now reunited with his sons Vincent and Christopher, who predeceased him. Chris was born in the Bronx, NY on March 3, 1926 and moved to North Haven in 1937 where he resided until his death. He was one of eight children of Carlotta and Vincent Buonocore. He is predeceased by brothers, Ciro (Corinne, deceased) Gregory (Rita) and sister Restituta (Philip, deceased) Genovese and is survived by brothers, Peter (Jean, deceased), and Vincent Jr. (Grace, deceased) and sisters, Adelaide (Philip) Fazzone and Laura (Kenneth) Hinson. Chris is survived by his beloved wife of 69 years, Marie A. (DeCerbo) Buonocore and their daughters, Carlotta (Bill) Cullinane of Glastonbury and Regina (John) Apuzzo of Guilford and daughter in law Pam Buonocore of North Haven. Grandchildren Jennifer (Carl) Decarvalho of East Haven, Amanda Buonocore of Cheshire, Jordan Cullinane of Arlington, Virginia, John (Abbie)Apuzzo III of Madison, Danielle (Scott) Salway of West Dover, Vermont and Christopher Apuzzo of Branford. Chris is also survived by KLVÂżYHZRQGHUIXODQGORYLQJJUHDW grandchildren. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the CT Hospice, Inc., 100 Double Beach Road, Branford, CT 06405. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Bible Study Bible Study - Genesis from Precambrian period to Cenozoic period, to be held on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm. Call (203) 631-3203.
Wallingford: Masonicare Health Center, 22 Masonic Ave., seeks volunteers for its Lay Training in Geriatric Ministry. Open to people of all faiths, the program has been teaching basic ministry skills to volunteers nearly 20 years. Volunteer assist the chaplains with worship services, including vespers; programs that allow elders to explore and express their spirituality and faith through art, sacred circle dance and music; hymn singing; chanting and drumming; as well as one-to-one pastoral visits. Other opportunities include transporting seniors to religious activities and instrumental accompaniment at worship services, vespers and hymn sings. For more details, please contact Chaplain Thayer Quoos at (203) 679-6259 or tquoos@ma soni care.org. For more about Masonicare: www.masonicare.org or 888-6799997.
The Compassionate Friends Support Group The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is a group that supports families after the death of a child at any age and from any cause. We are a group of bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings who help others in coping with the pain associated with the death of a child in a structured, healing, and nurturing environment. The Shoreline Chapter of TCF meets the 2nd Monday of the month at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 1109 Main St., Branford at 7pm. Our chapter phone number is (203) 361-7109.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Hamden: If you are seeking a deeper faith life and relationship with God, you are invited to come and discover the riches of the Catholic Church. A Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), program will begin in the fall for those interested in knowing about a conversion experience to the Catholic Church. The weekly sessions will be held at Divine Mercy Parish in Hamden. For further information, please contact Laura Zambrano, (203) 288-6155.
Northford Congregational Church SUPPORTING OUR MILITARY IS EASY AT OUR LOCAL LIBRARIES Northford Congregational Church, â€œA Little Church with a Big Heartâ€? invites everyone to stop in at either the Edward Smith or Atwater Library and write a short message of thanks and support to the 643rd CT National Guard Company we have adopted. So far our church has sent two boxes of letters to the soldiers and twenty-eight handmade blankets to the children they have left behind. We will be sending the cards collected at the libraries at the end of the summer. If you sew, knit, crochet or quilt, and want to send a blanket to a child left behind, you can leave them at the church during our Community Workshop, every Thursday from 4-6 pm or Sunday morning from 9-11:30am. The historic brownstone 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. Church website: www. northfordcongregational.church. Email: email@example.com. Like us on Facebook. COLLECTION TO HELP RE-SETTLE MIGRANT CHILDREN Northford Congregational Church has connected with an organization in New York that helps children who have come through the admission process at our border. There is an immediate need for twin bed sheet sets and for towels (new or very gently used only). We will be collecting these items through August 11 and then sending them along. You can drop off donations at the church during our Community Workshop, every Thursday from 4 - 6 pm. or Sunday morning from 9-11:30am. Contact Nancy Tipping for questions or pick up of items at other times. E-mail Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org. The historic brownstone 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. Church website: www. northfordcongregational.church. Email: email@example.com. Like us on Facebook.
Food Pantry at St. Rita Church
Hamden: A Food Pantry is RSHQ HYHU\ ÂżUVW DQG WKLUG 6DWurday of the month from 10am11am for anyone in need of food. Anyone wishing to donate food to the pantry may also do this at that time. St. Rita Church is located at 1620 Whitney Avenue in the Spring Glen section of Hamden. All are welcome.
St. Andrewâ€™s Episcopal Church Summer Hours Northford: St. Andrewâ€™s Episcopal Church, the White Church on the Hill in the Heart of Northford, 1382 Middletown Avenue, celebrates Sunday worship at 9am, now through August 25.
For Families of Veterans in North Haven or Wallingford VFW Post 591 will give the families use of Bishopâ€™s Hall for your post funeral reception, at no charge on Monday-Thursday (if available). Please call Les Forbes at (203) 443-9487 for arrangements.
St. Andrews Church Ice Cream Socials Northford: St. Andrewâ€™s Episcopal Church, the White Church on the Hill in the Heart of Northford, 1382 Middletown Ave., will hold an Ice Cream Social on Wed., Aug. 21, from 6-8pm. Cost is $3.50 per person. Come join us to make your own sundaes and visit with friends. :H KDYH PDQ\ PDQ\ Ă€DYRUV RI ice cream, and an enormous variety of toppings. Any questions, please call Nan Monde at (203) 710-7005.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Attention Seniors: Would You Like to Make New Friends? Hamden: Come to Spring Glen Church at 1825 Whitney Avenue, HYHU\ ÂżUVW :HGQHVGD\ RI WKH month to enjoy a delicious luncheon for $6.00 and an informative program. Our door is open to everyone, all faiths, all religions, hence our name, â€œOpen Door.â€? Please call Laura at (203) 2880618. Waiting to hear from you.
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NEED HELP WITH YOUR GENEALOGY SEARCH? The members of the Southern Connecticut Ancestry Network are looking at assisting individuals with their genealogy searches. Individuals must be computer saavy and need to bring in their searches. If there is enough interest, the Miller Senior Center will host the sessions in the computer lab. Late morning sessions are being explored. Please contact Lorrie or Suzanne for further information or to sign up at (203) 287-2547. VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY! The Hamden Miller Senior Center is looking for reception desk volunteers on the following days: Tuesdays 1-3pm; Thursday and Friday mornings and afternoons. The duties include answering phones, greeting newcomers, providing information and much more. Please call (203) 287-2547 and ask for Suzanne for more information.
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Keeping Up A Long Time Tradition On Foot
Pictured (L-R) In front Anthony Ruggiero, 1st Selectman Mike Freda, and in background The Wooster Street Marching Band. New Haven: North Haven 1st Selectman Mike Freda, and North Haven resident Anthony Ruggiero walking several blocks in the Wooster Street Area for the Santa Maria Maddalena Saint that turned 126 years old. The 103 degree heat didnâ€™t stop 1st Selectman Mike Freda and the members of the men and womenâ€™s club of Santa Maria Maddalena from walking the tradition to celebrate the Saintâ€™s birthday. The men carried the saint on a wooden platform through the streets of New Haven in the Wooster Square Area. The members are very dedicated to the saint, nothing stops them from keeping up with the tradition. After the walk they stopped at the Saint Andrewâ€™s Club on Chapel Street to enjoy delicious baked goods of cookies, brownies, cakes, cold water, juice and hot cappuccino coffee that was enjoyed by all. The members then walked back to their club on Wooster Street to rest and enjoy conversation and pastry with each other. This walk is done every year for the saintâ€™s birthday and the members are already getting prepared for next year. Photo and story by Rich Biondi
Probus Club of Greater New Haven
Looking for Support - Especially Collection of Musical Instruments and Ancillary Sheet Music & Equipment We would like to have your support to enable us to continue our â€œlifetimeâ€? effort of assisting others. Individuals and groups with special needs (disabilities). Veterans with PTSD, and children who may not have. We would appreciate any â€œusedâ€? musical instruments and/or equipment and sheets you might donate for us to provide to others. AND if you know of anyone who might help in maybe forming or instructing in group homes to organize bands, etc. would be helpful. $VQRWHGZHDUHDQRQSURÂżWFUHJLVWHUHGYROXQWHHURUJDQLzation - your donation may be tax deductible - determined by your accountant. Please contact Les Faiman if you can help in any way. In advance - we appreciate your time and consideration. To arrange IRUSLFNXSVHHWKHIROORZLQJOHVIDLPDQ#JPDLOFRPRUQHZKDYHQ SUREXV#JPDLOFRP
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Adult High School Registration
Hamden Adult Education is offering FREE programs for local adult residents of Hamden, North Haven, Bethany, Orange and Woodbridge to prepare for the GED exam, learn English and study to become an American Citizen. Registration for these programs is August 20-23, 9:3011am or 6:30-8pm at the Keefe Community Center, 11 Pine St. For more information, call the $GXOW (GXFDWLRQ RIÂżFH DW 773-9211, ext. 1139 or email: info #KDPGHQDGXOWHGRUJ
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Upcoming Reunions LYMAN HALL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1952 85TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Plans are well underway to hold yet another LHHS Class of 1952 get together. Plans are to invite again and celebrate our 85th birthdays. The party will be held Sat., Oct. 12, from 11:30am3:30pm at the Libero Pensiero (Italian Club), 91 Dudley Avenue, Wallingford. To date, the formulating committee has been unable to locate the following class members. They are as follows: Ann Calabrese, Donna Carboni, Beverly Chichester, Alice Fernandes Kalandyk, Bette Gilblum Katzeff, Shelia Leighton, 'DYLG 0DQVÂżHOG 6\ELO 0RRUH Norma Jane Nilsen, Raymond Sherman, William Lange, Elaine Smith, Jane Templeton, Lorraine Lemes, Gladys Vella. If anyone has any information that might help in locating these individuals, please contact Marianne Lacy at (203) 265-1897 or Florence (Dolly) Dederick Parisi at (203) 284-0757. HILLHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1954 The Hillhouse High School Class of 1954 - 65th Reunion will be held on Sun., Sept. 8, from 1-5pm at Woodwinds, 29 Schoolground Road, Branford (203-4816577). Hors dâ€™oeuvres at 1pm. Full Course Buffet, Four Hours Open Bar. Cost - $55 per person. For more information, please contact Clementina at (203) 2480407. WILBUR CROSS H.S. CLASS OF 1954 The Wilbur Cross High School Class of 1954 will be holding their 65th Reunion on Sun., Sept. 15, from 1-5pm. It will be held at Anthonyâ€™s Ocean View in New Haven. There will be a Cash Bar, Social Hour with Hot and Cold Hors dâ€™oeuvres, Sit Down Dinner with wine on the table. Cost is $50 per person. Classmates who have not been contacted or anyone wanting more information may contact Vic Florio at (203) 530-5191 or (203) RUHPDLOYĂ€RULR#VQHW net. HAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1959 The Hamden High School Class of 1959 will hold its 60th Reunion on Sun., Sept. 29, from 1-5pm at Cascade in Hamden. Cost is $50 per person, for buffet and music. For further details and reservations, please contact Phyllis or Al Cofrancesco at (203) 988-1077 or (203) 988-4557. AMITY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1969 Amity Regional High School Class of 1969 is planning an informal get-together on Fri., Sept. 13, 6:30pm at Orange Ale House, 217 Boston Post Rd., Orange. Continue to renew friendships on.... Sat., Sept. 14 at Trumbull Marriott, 180 Hawley Lane, Trumbull, CT, from 6:30-11:30pm. Casual with music and food - $69 per person. Please make checks payable to Diane Consoli, 20260 Puma Trail, Estero, FL 33928 (978-7583502). Please share info with any of our classmates you see or speak with! Diane Brenner Consoli (diane EUHQQHU#DROFRP %LOO1XJHQW QRWLV#VEFJOREDOQHW 6KDGL +LPPHO*ROGVODJHUVKDGL#OHHG himmel.com).
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MARK T. SHEEHAN H.S. CLASS OF 1979 Come to our 40th Reunion and bring a guest. Casual, fun, music and buffet - Sat., Sept. 28 at the Elks Club, Wallingford, from 7-11pm. Tickets are $50 per person. Please make check payable to: Mark T. Sheehan Class of 79, c/o Elizabeth Rascati Landow, HUB, 128 Center St., Wallingford, CT 06492. www.sheehan79.com or Facebook Sheehan High School Class of 79 Reunion or suecas WHOOL#\DKRRFRP
PROGRAM ON SOCIAL MEDIA INTEGRATION TOOLS On Wed., August 14, Miller Library will sponsor a workshop on using social media integration tools for marketing small businesses. The program will be held from 10:30am-12:00 noon in the Friends Room of Miller Memorial Central Library, 2901 Dixwell Avenue. Everyone knows businesses must have a consistent presence on social media to remain competitive. However, business owners are too busy actually running their business to devote hours a day to manage their social media pages. This is why social media integration and productivity tools are critical in assisting the creation, scheduling, and posting of content to business social media pages. In this fun and interactive workshop, we will review several tools to improve a businessâ€™s social media presence while reducing the time spent managing this essential marketing element of entrepreneurship. Participants are encouraged to bring their mobile devices with downloaded social media apps to the program to obtain help with implementing these tools. Because space is limited, registration is required. Please register at hamdenlibrary.org or call (203) 287-2680.
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Never Leave Your Dog in the Car On a Hot Day! By Dr. Arnie Cary and Roberta Friedman
The proverbial â€œdog days of summerâ€? are here, and The Animal Haven in North Haven would like to remind you that your dog can die in a hot car, even if youâ€™re gone for only a few minutes. Across the country each year, thousands of animals are needlessly lost this way. â€œWe think weâ€™re doing our beloved pets a favor by bringing them along for a car ride on a hot day,â€? says Dr. Arnie Cary, DVM, and board member of The Animal +DYHQ ÂłEXW ZKHQ D ÂżYHPLQXWH errand turns into a 10-15 minute one, the result can be lethal for the pet.â€? Cracking the windows to let in DLU LV QRW VXIÂżFLHQW QRU LV SDUNing in a shady spotâ€”as the sun moves that shade can become full sun within minutes. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, the temperature inside your car in the sun will increase by 20 degrees in just 10 minutes. You may think itâ€™s a pleasant 80 degrees, but that becomes 100 in the car in that short time. In 20 minutes it can increase by 30 degrees to 110, and in only 40 minutes, almost 40 degrees, to 120. Dogs typically do very poorly in the heat, so these temperatures are killers. They donâ€™t perspire
like we do, and the only way they can cool themselves is by panting, which evaporates moisture from the upper respiratory tract. A hot car makes for very poor evaporation conditions, causing your dogâ€™s body temperature to increase rapidly, which leads to heat stroke and brain damage in a very short time. In Connecticut, under certain circumstances, people can be charged with animal cruelty for leaving their pet in a parked vehicle in adverse weather. If you see a dog in a car on a hot day, the Humane Society advises you to record the carâ€™s make, model, and license plate number, try to alert the owner by asking nearby businesses to make an announcement, and call animal control or the policeâ€™s non-emergency number. Stay with the dog if you can until help arrives. The term â€œdog daysâ€? of summer originated with the Greeks, and referred to the time when Sirius, the dog star, rose before the sun. This usually happened during the hottest time of the year. It has come to mean days that are so hot, even dogs donâ€™t want to do much but lie around. So, remember to take this advice â€œSirius-ly,â€? and never leave your dog in the car in the summer heat, for any length of time.
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Comedy Night Fundraiser The Branford Compassion Club will hold a Comedy Night Fundraiser on Fri., August 9 at Branford Elks Lodge, 158 South Montowese St., Branford (upstairs room). Doors open at 6pm; Comedy Show at 7pm. Tickets are $25. BYOF, Cash %DU5DIĂ€HV For tickets visit: www.Tree houseComedy.com/calendar. Proceeds go towards helping to shelter homeless cats. For information on sponsorships or donations, please contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 484-9648. Must be 18 to laugh, 21 to drink.
North Haven Library August Childrenâ€™s Programs Most programs are open to both North Haven residents and non-residents. Registrations are accepted in person, by phone (203) 239-5803 or online at www.northhavenlibrary.net. Phone registrations will not be taken prior to 10am. Please see program listing for details. All programs are free. Sponsored by the Friends of the North Haven Library. As a courtesy to others, you must call a staff member in the childrenâ€™s department if your child is registered for a program but cannot attend. Failure to do so may result in your child being dropped from future programs. Parent Playdate: Wed., Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, 10:30am. Ages 0-5 yrs. Drop by to play with the toys in our Childrenâ€™s Department. While youâ€™re here, enjoy getting to know other parents/caregivers and their little ones, and check out all that the library has to offer! No registration is required. Hodge-Podge Craft: Wed., Aug. 7, 10:30am. Ages 2-14. Maybe you missed some of our great crafts during the year, but donâ€™t worry! Now you can try your hand at one or more of these crafts. Supplies are limited, so come early and make as many as you can carry home! No registration required. Krafty Kids: Thurs., Aug. 8, 2pm. Ages 3-6 yrs. Join us for stories, songs, and a craft to go! Registration is required. Awesome Artists: Mon., Aug. 12, 3:30pm. Ages 8-14 yrs. In this program, you will learn about an artistâ€™s preferred art style, then design a craft in that style. All materials will be provided. Registration is required. Monday Night Picnic and Performance Series - Drum & Sing Jamboree: Mon., Aug. 12, 6:30pm. All Ages. Pack a picnic and join us for an evening of family fun. Get ready to sing, jam along, and have lots of fun at this foot-stomping, drum-jamming interactive show with entertainer /L]0F1LFKROO'UXPVZLOOEHSURvided. No registration required. In the event of rain, concerts will be held inside the community room. Tutu Tuesday: August 13, 10:30am. Ages 6 mos.-3.5 yrs. If you and your child have a tutu or bow tie, wear it while enjoying music, dancing, story, and playtime. Registration is required. Spectacular Science: Tues., Aug. 13, 3:30pm. Ages 6-10 yrs. This class offers fun and interactive science themes featuring a child-friendly experiment where participants make simple predictions and test their hypoth-
eses. Registration is required. Homeschoolersâ€™ Club: Wed., Aug. 14, 2:30pm. Ages 7-12 yrs. Join Coach Joe and take a jourQH\WKURXJKÂżOPVZLWKWKHDZDUG winning series, â€œOne Strange Rock.â€? Narrated by astronauts, the only persons to have had the opportunity to see our home planet from space, the National Geographic documentary, â€œOne Strange Rockâ€? addresses a very fundamental question raised by humankindâ€™s exploration of the Cosmos: Why is the Earth, the third rock from the sun, so very different from the rest of our solar system? Registration is required. Rhythm Kids: Thurs., Aug. 15, 4pm. Ages 4-6 yrs. Come try a Rhythm KidsÂŠ class and drum, sing, dance, play rhythm instruments, and music based games. Rhythm KidsÂŠ is bursting with fun and playful education. Parents are invited to participate with your child. Registration is required. Creative Paint Night: Mon., Aug. 19, 3:30pm. Ages 10-14. Create a unique canvas piece of art with instruction from an artist. No painting experience is necessary. Registration in person required. There is a $3 non-refundable supply charge; payment must be made at time of registration. LEGOTM Club: Tues., Aug. 20, 3:30pm. Ages 4-12 yrs. Drop by the library and create something fun and wonderful with LEGOTM! We provide the LEGOsTM and you provide the imagination! No registration required. Off to Kindergarten: Wed., Aug. 21, 10:30am. Children entering Kindergarten. This program is designed to get your child ready for kindergarten with a story, craft, songs and rhymes. Registration is required. One Strange Rock: Wed., Aug. 21, 2:30pm. Ages 7-12 yrs. See planet Earth through the eyes of astronauts! Jon Coach Joe and take a journey WKURXJKÂżOPVZLWKWKHDZDUGZLQning series â€œOne Strange Rock.â€? Registration is required. Music Together, Session I: Thurs., Aug. 22, 10:15am. Ages 0-5 yrs. Making music as a family is so much fun! Come and experience a music together class. Registration is required. Music Together, Session II: Thurs., Aug. 22, 11am. Ages 05 yrs. Making music as a family is so much fun! Come and experience a music together class. Registration is required. Kids Rock!: Fri., Aug. 23, 10:30am. Ages 6 mos. - 5 yrs. Join Coach Joe for a playful 30minute session of music, movement, songs and stories. Registration is required.
Animals Looking for Homes PETS FOR SALE THE ANIMAL HAVEN, INC. has a variety of homeless and abandoned kittens, puppies & dogs looking for safe, loving homes with owners willing to make a lifelong commitment. Animals have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated & tested; (203) 239-2641 â€˘
Animal Haven Pet of The Week Skunky Needs A Home! Skunky is an extremely lovable little girl. She is 2 years old and very sweet. Sheâ€™s a purrer too! She has soft fur and loves to be petted. Sheâ€™ll even nudge your arm to pet her more if you stop! She is very playful, good with other cats, and will make a great addition to a loving home. Please come on down and meet her! For more information about Skunky, please call The Animal Haven, at 203-239-2641 or visit the website at www.theanimalhaven.com. Due to renovations at the shelter, please email Michelle at Shellypawspaws@yahoo.com to make an appointment to meet her. The shelter is located at 89 Mill Road in North Haven.
Bikers Against Animal Cruelty, Inc. Motorcycle Rally & Pet Adoption Event
North Haven: On Saturday, August 17, Bikers Against Animal Cruelty, Inc. (B.A.A.C.) will hold their Motorcycle Rally & Pet Adoption Event with Rescue K-911, from 1-6pm at the North Haven Fairgrounds, 290 Washington Avenue (Free Parking). Admission $20; Ages 6-12 $5; Ages 6 & under Free. Food/Drink included with admission. There will be live music all day long with Murray The Wheel, Sumo Sidecar, Al & Steveâ€™s Acoustic Soup and Rescue Dogâ€™s Band. Renee Dinino, Direction of Community Affairs and On Air Programming for iHeart Media will be our guest M.C. again this year with The River 105.9, KC101, Country 92.5 and ESPN Talent on hand to speak with everyone and broadcast throughout the day. First Selectman Michael Freda will also be joining us again this year to support us. 7KHHYHQWZLOODOVRLQFOXGH9HQGRUVD%HHU7HQW5DIĂ€HV3UL]HV and Adoption/Rescue Groups. 6SRQVRUHGE\WKH/DZ2IÂżFHVRI0DUN(6DORPRQH 0RUHOOL All proceeds will go directly to the care of an animal that has been abused, neglected and is ownerless. %LNHUV$JDLQVW$QLPDO&UXHOW\,QFLVDQRUJDQL]HGJURXSRIFRPpassionate motorcycle enthusiasts who advocate against companion animal cruelty and neglect, promote responsible pet ownership and help defray the costs of urgent veterinary care for voiceless victims. B.A.A.C. is a 501(c)(3).
Bear is Looking for a New Home
Ginger is Looking for a New Home Hi! Iâ€™m Ginger! I am 6 years young and I have been at the shelter for over 106 days. My life before coming to MHS was kind of tricky but thankfully the loving people here found me! I am a complete lovebird, so please understand, when it comes to other animals I donâ€™t want to share your attention! I have worked with a trainer and have learned many things. My trainer is also willing to include 1 free training session with my adoption!! If you would like to know more about me please Ginger visit meridenhumane societyrescue.com or call 203-238-3650 to set up an appointment to meet me!
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Adopt Bear! Hi my name is Bear and I am a 9 year old Rottweiler/Husky mix who would love a family to call my own. I may be a master snuggler in search of a comfy spot to lay, but donâ€™t let that fool you - this senior still loves to play fetch, go on car rides and go for walks! All the volunteers say I do great with leash walking. I would do best in an adult only home with no other pets so I can be the focus of your love and attention. Iâ€™m currently at the Meriden Humane Society. Please email adoptadog@meridenhumane societyrescue. com with any questions or call 203-238-3650 to
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Wallingford Rotary Club Welcomes Newest Member
Pictured: The Wallingford Rotary Club welcomes their newest member Abby Nagbe on Wednesday July 31st. Wallingford: The induction was performed by Pat Cappola, Abby was sponsored by Roz Gallagher. The Wallingford Rotary meets each Wednesday at The Library Wine and Bistro.
Names Sought for Grant Awarded from Addition to Veterans Secret Service Memorial Monument Financial Task Force The +DPGHQ Veteranâ€™s Commission and Mayor Curt Balzano Leng announce that the Town of Hamden is planning to build a separate granite addition to the Veterans Memorial Monument in front of the Hamden Middle School on Dixwell Avenue. The original Wall, which was dedicated July 4, 1989, displays over 8,500 Veteransâ€™ names, and there are another 55 names waiting to be added to a new bronze plaque. In order to dedicate the new addition this coming fall, more names are needed. If you are a resident of Hamden or entered the military from Hamden, you are eligible with your DD-214 honorable discharge. Current military personnel should submit a letter IURP WKHLU FRPPDQGLQJ RIÂżFHU verifying that they are presently serving. To add your name to the list for the next plaque, please visit the 7RZQ &OHUNÂśV 2IÂżFH LQ WKH +DPden Government Center, located at 2750 Dixwell Avenue or call (203) 287-7028 as soon as possible. For more information, please contact Deputy Chief of Staff Patrick J. Donnelly at pdonnelly@ hamden.com or by phone at (203) 287-7009.
The +DPGHQ Police Department was recently awarded a grant from the United States Secret Service New Haven ResiGHQW 2IÂżFH &7 )LQDQFLDO &ULPHV Task Force. The Secret Serviceâ€™s investigative mission has evolved from enforcing counterfeit laws to safeguarding the payment and ÂżQDQFLDO V\VWHPV RI WKH 8QLWHG 6WDWHVIURPDZLGHUDQJHRIÂżQDQcial and computer-based crimes. To combat these crimes, the Secret Service has adopted a proactive approach, using advanced technologies and capitalizing on the power of task force partnerships. The $2,000 grant for this project will go towards upholding the ideals of the Secret Service Financial Crimes Task Force DQG FRPEDWLQJ ÂżQDQFLDO FULPHV The funds will be used to cover the costs of purchasing the following items: a laptop computer, wireless dock, card reader and other accessories to be used by +DPGHQRIÂżFHUVLQWKHLUHIIRUWVWR protect our residents. For further information, please contact Deputy Chief of Staff, Patrick J. Donnelly, at (203) 2877009 or pdonnelly@hamden. com.
3LFWXUHG /5 Mary Fox, General Manager, BIC North America Consumer Products, Carly Brown and Gonzalve Bich, Chief Executive 2IÂżFHU North Haven resident Carly Brown is the recipient of a $2,000 scholarship from the BIC Corporation. The scholarships â€“ now in their 49th year â€“ are awarded annually and are based on the studentsâ€™ scholastic achievements, community service and an essay submission. BIC and its employees are part of the global effort to ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning, one of the 17 VXVWDLQDEOHGHYHORSPHQWJRDOVGHÂżQHGE\WKH8QLWHG1DWLRQVLQ6HStember 2015. Today, BIC supports education through The BIC CorpoUDWH)RXQGDWLRQHPSOR\HHWLPHDQGPDWFKHGÂżQDQFLDOGRQDWLRQVDQG giving back to our communities through initiatives like this one, where BIC is proud to have awarded well over $2M in scholarship funds since its implementation.
Hamden Assessor to Hold Public Meeting: â€œRevaluation Explainedâ€? Mayor Curt Balzano Leng and Hamden Assessor John L.J. Gelati have announced that a public meeting, â€œRevaluation Explainedâ€? will occur in Hamden on Thurs., August 8, 7-9pm at the Hamden Middle School Auditorium, located at 2623 Dixwell Avenue and is open to all members of the public. The purpose of the meeting is to inform residents about the upcoming 2020 State Mandated Revaluation, the role of property owners in regards to the control of their property information, and to explain the process of assessment and opportunities for appeals. The Town of Hamden is required by state statute to conduct D SURSHUW\ UHYDOXDWLRQ HYHU\ ÂżYH years. The revaluation will update real estate property assessments for the purpose of tax equalizaWLRQ$QRXWVLGHFRQVXOWLQJÂżUPZLOO
conduct the process of revaluation under the supervision of Hamden Chief Assessor John L.J. Gelati. A WRZQZLGHĂ€\RYHUREOLTXHLPDJHU\ analysis will also be conducted to DVVLVW LQ GHÂżQLQJ WKH LPSDFW RI the 2018 tornado. The analysis DOVRSURYLGHVDQDGGHGEHQHÂżWWR residents by serving as an operaWLRQDO HIÂżFLHQF\ UHVRXUFH IRU WKH Police, Fire, Planning, EngineerLQJ*,67UDIÂżFDQG3XEOLF:RUNV Departments in their services to the town. Additionally, a â€œRevaluation Monitorâ€? will also provide an independent review of the revaluation analysis to assure the Town, State, and International AssociaWLRQRI$VVHVVLQJ2IÂżFHUVWKDWWKH required standards are met by the revaluation project. For further information, please contact Assessor Gelati, at (203) 287-7128 or jgelati@hamden. com.
Honey Bees And Wild Bees Topic At Recent Spring Glen Garden Club Meeting
+DPGHQ Kimberly Stoner from the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station who recently gave a very informative lecture on providing habitats for Honey Bees and wild Bees at a Spring Glen Garden Club meeting. She emphasized knowing your bees and providing food, water and shelter for our friendly pollinators. The Spring Glen Garden Club will be at The Federated Garden Clubs of Ct., Inc. booth at Ag. Day at Lockwood Farm on Wednesday Aug. 7, 2019. Please stop by and ÂżQGRXWPRUHDERXW\RXUVWDWHDQG local garden clubs.
Hamdenâ€™s Passage of Rules for Retail Store Plastic Bags & Single-Use Straws Becomes Operative Sept. 14th The Town of Hamden became a member of BYOCT, a coalition of CT towns and cities, addressing the economic, social justice, human health and environmental threats disposable plastic waste pose for our residents. Hamden ZDV WKH ÂżIWK &RQQHFWLFXW WRZQ to pass ordinances aimed to reduce litter and waste and protect WKH HQYLURQPHQW IRU WKH EHQHÂżW and welfare of its residents. The Quinnipiack Valley Health District (QVHD), joins the Town in their efforts to ban the distribution of plastic and non-compliant paper checkout bags and limit singleuse straws. The ordinance states that single-use beverage straws shall only be available upon the request of a customer. These new rules for retailers become operative on September 14, 2019. Business owners with questions or concerns about the impending ban should contact QVHD by September 8th at (203) 2484528. A new state law regarding single-use checkout bags was passed in June impacting all Connecticut residents. Starting August 1, 2019, ending June 30, 2021 each store shall charge a fee of ten cents for each singleuse checkout bag provided to a customer at the point of sale. Those who shop in Hamden establishments between August 1st and September 14th can learn
Thanks to Yanks 9/11 Tribute Dinner Registration is Now Open
The 13th Annual Thanks To Yanks Tribute 9/11 Dinner is now open for registration. This free dinner on Wed., Sept. 11, from 6-8:15pm at the Double Tree by Hilton in Milford, MA is only open to military members, veterans, ÂżUVW UHVSRQGHUV DQG IDPLOLHV This non-political event is to simply say â€œThank Youâ€? for the VDFULÂżFHV WKH\ PDNH WR HQVXUH our freedoms and safety while remembering the heroes and vicWLPV RI 7KH ÂżUVW WULEXWH dinner hosted 120 guests and has continued to grow each year with over 450 guests in 2018. This special free tribute dinner recognizes all military members, YHWHUDQV ÂżUVW UHVSRQGHUV DQG their families, including Blue and Gold Star families. Registration is required for the event as seating will be limited and can be done at www.thankstoyanks.org. The dinner will also include: â€˘ Flag Line with Patriot Guard Riders â€˘ Flag Tower â€˘ Presentation of Colors â€˘ Medal of Liberty
Presentation â€˘ Missing Man Table Ceremony â€˘ Blessing of Our Heroes â€˘ Speakers â€˘ Presentations Thanks To Yanks is a nonpolitical 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to support military members, veterans and theirfamilies. Founded in 2006 as a onetime 9/11 Tribute Dinner to UHFRJQL]H WKH VDFULÂżFHV PLOLWDU\ families endured in response to the attacks. Now, as an all-volunteer organization, Thanks To Yanks provides resources, connects the community with proJUDPVDQGLGHQWLÂżHVJDSVLQVHUvice to maximize support of our military and veterans. For more information or to donate, please visit www. thankstoyanks.org, Facebook, Twitter,LinkedIn and Instagram. Thanks To Yanks president and founder, Michael Shain said, â€œIt is with a heavy heart, that we will again this year present the Medal of Liberty to the family of a fallen hero.â€?
â€œMATILDAâ€? TO BE PRESENTED AT HAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL The Whitney Players Theater Company presents the musical â€œMatildaâ€? August 7-10 at Hamden High School, 2040 Dixwell Ave. Wednesday through Friday performances begin at 7:30pm. Saturday matinee at 2pm. Ticket prices are $15 for students/seniors, $18 general admission in advance, $20 all tickets at the door. Tickets can be purchased in advance on Mondays (now through 7/29) from 6-7:30pm at Thornton Wilder Hall, 2901 Dixwell Ave. Cash or checks only. Tickets can also be purchased on line at www.thewhitneyplay ers.org. The show is directed by Cindy Simell-Devoe with choreography by Joan Christensen. For more information, please call (203) 314-8599. FALL ACTING WORKSHOPS The Whitney Players Theater )25 6$/( 'XDO ZLQGRZ )256$/(0DSOHGHVNZLWK Company is holding Fall Acting IDQPHWDOFRQVWUXFWLRQ GHWDFKHG KXWFK DQG FKDLU Workshops on Friday nights from ERWWOH RI %%V QHZ H[FFRQG Sept. 13 until Nov. 29. Musical 1910 â€˘ Miniâ€™s is recommended for chil-
more about the state law by visiting: http://www.bit.ly/DRSBAGS. Once the laws pertaining to single-use straws and checkout plastic bags become operative on September 14, 2019, residents can assist the Town and QVHD by letting QVHD know anonymously if they receive plastic checkout bags or are given single-use straws without asking. This will be possible at www. qvhd.org/BYOHamden. Media Partners will soon be advised of an information press conference to be held with representatives from the Town and QVHD. Leslie Balch, QVHDâ€™s Director of Health said, â€œI look forward to working with the Town of Hamden to support one another and our retailers and shoppers in their efforts to decrease the use of single-use items. A single effort from each of us can result in a big difference for the community and the future.â€? QVHD encourages people to bring reusable bags with them when shopping to â€œstop waste before it startsâ€?! We make it easier for residents to be involved by spreading the word, working with retailers, and asking residents tell us if and where youâ€™ve seen non-compliant check out bags being used or single-use straws available without asking for it. Just visit our website or call (203) 248-4528 after Sept. 14th to let us know. dren under 11, 5-6pm; Musical Theater 1, 6-7pm; Scriptwork, 7-8:30pm and Musical Theater 2, from 8:30-9:30pm. All workshops take place at Thornton Wilder Auditorium, in the Miller Library Complex, 2901 Dixwell Avenue. Email Cindy at cindysdevoe@ comcast.net for prices and a registration form. For more information, call (203) 281-6007.
An Afternoon of Polo Every Sunday
+DPGHQ Everyone at Giant Valley Polo Club, 640 Tuttle Ave., invites you to experience the majesty and joy the Club has to offer. Enjoy a Sunday Afternoon of Polo with the backdrop of Sleeping Giant Mountain. Bring a chair and your refreshments. The event will be held through September 15 (Weather Permitting), at 3pm; Gate opens 1pm. Donation: $10 (per car). For more information: (203) 4334552; www.giantvalleypoloclub. com
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Senior Members Celebrate Their July Birthdays With Special Friends
189 Pool Rd., North Haven Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm Phone: (203) 239-5432
Calendar of Events August 5-9
North Haven Residents Celebrate A Special Milestone Birthday
Pictured (L-R): Bob Saulsbury, and Bob Saulsbury Jr. North Haven: Recently North Haven resident Bob Saulsbury celebrated a milestone birthday of 90 years young. Bob Saulsbury is a legend basketball coach who took his team to nine championships for Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven. At 90 Bob still stays active playing bocce for the North Haven Senior Center. He has made so many friends throughout his lifetime and still keeps in touch with players that he coached. Bob is genuine, wonderful, caring a great man that so many people idolize him. He is celebrating his birthday with family and friends at Cascades in Hamden for a wonderful dinner and an enjoyable time. Bob is so deserving of all good that comes to him, happy birthday from all who have had the pleasure of meeting you. Story and photo by Jo-Ann Buccetti
Wallingford Senior Center (203) 265-7753
AUGUST 2019 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. 11am: Zumba Gold. 11:15am-12:45pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:30pm: Arthritis Exercise Class. 1pm: Cards/Nickel-Nickel; Books that Shaped America. 1:30pm: Tap Dance Class. 2:30pm: Ping Pong. Tuesday: 8:30-11:30am: Coed Senior Golf League. 9am-10am: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Morning Total Fitness. 9:30am: Ballroom Dance Lessons. 10am: Bocce; Gentle Exercise; Tuesday Dance Party. 11am: Strength and Balance. 11:15am-2:15pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness.
12:30pm: Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mahjong; Quilting. 2pm: Parkinsonâ€™s Fitness Class. 3pm: Parkinsonâ€™s Drumming Class. Wednesday: 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 9am: Setback; Tai Chi for Health. 10am: Rummikub. 10am-12:00 noon: Tap Dance. 11:15am-12:45pm: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 12:30pm: Arthritis Exercise Class. 1pm: Cribbage. 1:30pm: Current Events; Letâ€™s Play Powerball. 2:30pm: Tai Chi for Beginners. Thursday: 9am: Beginner Tai Chi for Health; Morning Total Fitness; Pickleball. 9am-4pm: Club 60 Plus; Billiards. 10am: Bocce; Gentle Exercise; Thursday Dance Party; Virtual Bowling. 10am-11am: Club 60 Plus Fitness Trainer. 11am: Tai Chi with Faye. 12:00 noon: Hawaiian Dance Class. 12:30pm: Artistsâ€™ Studio; Bingo. 1pm: Fun with Fitness; Mahjong; 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 Mahjong; Senior Fitnessize. 10am-12:00 noon: Chair Massages. 11am: Strength & Balance. 12:00 noon: Bridge; Mid-Day Total Fitness. 12:30pm: Movie Matinee; Pinochle. 1pm: Knit and Crochet; Ping Pong. Subject to Change. We make every effort to reschedule to a later date any event or activity that is changed or cancelled. SPECIAL WEEKLY EVENTS Tues., 8/6: 10am: Q&A with Wallingford Police Dept. 10am12:00 noon: Dance Party with DJ Ron. Wed., 8/7: 8:45am: Seas the Day - Block Island Trip departs. 9am: AARP Driver Safety Class. 12:15pm: Military Whist Card Party. Thurs., 8/8: 11am: Birthday Party. 1pm: Ask An Attorney. 5pm: Lake View Dinner. 6pm: Cabaret. Fri., 8/9: 9:30am: Paint pARTy with Sue. 12:30pm: Movie: â€œVice.â€? 1pm: Billiards v. Meriden. Mon., 8/12: 9am: Reiki. 9:30am: iPad User Group. 12:00 noon: Artful Endeavors. 1:30pm: Financial Q&A. Tues., 8/13: 10am-12:00 noon: Dance Party with Tom Johnson.
Volunteer Reading Tutors for Young Children Needed
Experience Corps needs volunteers, age 50+, as reading tutors for young children in participating schools and after school programs in Hamden, North Haven, New Haven and East Haven. Volunteers tutor twice weekly (avg. 5-6 hours) from October to June. You bring the love. We provide the training. Learn more by attending any of the upcoming volunteer information presentations: East Havenâ€™s Hagaman Library, 227 Main Street (back entrance) on Aug. 20 at 1pm or Sept. 5 at 10am; Hamdenâ€™s Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Avenue in the Friendâ€™s 5RRP QG Ă€RRU RQ $XJ DW 1pm; Agency on Aging, 117 Washington Avenue, Suite 17, North Haven on July 31 at 10am, Aug. 26 at 10am or Sept. 9 at 2pm. Questions? Contact Sheila at (203) 752-3029 x2900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by September 6th. Also, visit www. aoascc.org/experiencecorps.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Joyce C. Budrow Senior Center
Pictured (L-R): Jeanne Collier, Eric Piekarz - general manager of the Landing,Lorraine Oâ€™Hare, Donna Naparstek - sales manager for The Landing, Jean Palmazzano, Marie Anne Bomhart, Rita Quick, Linda Segel, 1st Selectman Mike Freda, and Judy Amarone. North Haven: Recently at this birthday celebration the birthday seniors celebrated with special friends including 1st Selectman Mike Freda, Eric Piekarz - general manager and Donna Naparstek - sales manager of The Landing of North Haven an assisted living and memory community facility. There were many people in attendance at the North Haven Senior Center who enjoyed delicious cake, donated by the Landing, coffee, tea, water and juice. Everyone sang, clapped, had great conversations and laughs. It was a special day for all and you could see how happy they were to have everyone come to celebrate their birthday. A special thank you 1st Selectman Mike Freda, Eric Piekarz, and Donna Naparstek of The Landing for taking out time to celebrate this day with the seniors. A special thank you to Judy Amarone and her staff for always making sure the seniors are loved and welcomed. Story and photo by Jo-Ann Buccetti
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Mon., 8/5: 9am: Finance Meeting. 9:30am: Mini Trip - Walmart Wallingford; Fitness Fun. 10am: Canasta. 10:30am: No Tai Chi; No Sitercise. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:00 noon: Pinochle. 12:30pm: Beginner Mahjong; Bocce. 12:45pm: Bingo. Tues., 8/6: 9am: Ceramics. 10am: Knitting/Crochet Class. 10:30am: Beginner Chair Yoga. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Mahjong. 12:45pm: Oil Painting. 1:15pm: Senior Songsters. Wed., 8/7: 9:30am: Fitness Fun. 10am: Bocce. 10:30am: No Sitercise. 10:45am: Lunch Out- Glenwood Diner and Wentworthâ€™s Ice Cream in Hamden. 12:00 noon: Mahjong. 12:15pm: Intermediate Bridge. 12:30pm: Bocce; Bingo (New Time). 6pm: Special Olympics Bocce. Thurs., 8/8: 8am: Pinochle. 9am: Conversational Canadian French Hour with Marlene; Ceramics. 10am: Crafts. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:30pm: Open Game Play. 6pm: Special Olympics Bocce. Fri., 8/9: 9:30am: Fitness Fun; Scrabble. 11:30am: Lunch. 12:00 noon: Setback. 12:15pm: Intermediate Bridge. 12:30pm: Bocce. 12:45pm: Bingo. See our Senior Center Newsletter on-line at www.town.northhaven.ct.us.
Save the Dates...
Please call the Senior Center at (203) 239-5432 for more information or to Reserve Your Seat for the following events, presentations or programs. Celebrate August Birthdays: Calling all members with a birthday in August. Come join us along with First Selectman Michael Freda to celebrate you! Fri., Aug. 16, 11:45am. Cake and beverages to be served. Please call the Center WR5693RUVWRSE\WKHRIÂżFHby August 9. Health Guidance Clinic: Wed., Aug. 14, 12:00 noon. AARP Smart Driver Course: Thurs., August 15, 8:30am12:30pm. Cost is $15 for AARP Members, $20 for Non-Members. Registration is required. Checks, payable to AARP, due on the day of class. To register, or for more information, please call the Center. The Centerâ€™s Holiday Fair is only 4 months away and help is needed: Do you know how to sew? Do you know how to use scissors? Can you use a glue gun? Do you have a project to share? Above all, would you like to meet new people? If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the Center. Mini Trips: Mon., Aug. 19 Universal Drive.
Learn to Play Mahjong
Mondays at 12:30pm. Are you interested in learning how to play Mahjong? Mahjong is an excellent social game that also gives your brain a solid workout using observation and strategy. Lessons are free. Space is limited to 4 students per class for personal instruction. Call the Center at (203) 2395432 for the next available session or for more information.
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(203) 248-1445 Studio apartment available for viewing Monday-Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm By Appointment Age and income limits apply TRS message relay via CCC: TRS (800) 842-9710
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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 noted. Registration will be taken Monday-Friday from 9am-2pm. $ FODVV ZLWK LQVXIÂżFLHQW HQUROOment will be cancelled prior to the starting date and participants will receive a refund as well as EHLQJ QRWLÂżHG 2QFH D FODVV LV in session there are no refunds or adjustments to the required payment as instructors based on SD\PHQWRQFHWKHFODVVLVÂżOOHG Please call the Center at (203) 239-5432. *Sponsorships for paid classes may be available, please see Judy. Computer Classes: Tuesdays, 9am-10:30am. Would you like to learn how to use a computer? Learning computers and basic internet skills are not only for accessing information. It is the tool now for keeping in touch with family members. Donâ€™t be left behind in the world of technology and sign up for a free 4week session. Class resumes September 10. Call the office to register for the Fall Sessions. Space is limited. This is open to North Haven Residents only. Oil Painting: Tues., 12:45pm2:45pm. Learn to Oil Paint class is taught by Patty Meglio. In this 12-week session, students will work from photographs to create scenes of still-life, seascapes, and urban & country landscapes. Each student will receive individual attention and learn techniques to create a beautiful picture. This class is geared toward novice painters as well as experienced painters who want to expand their painting abilities. Cost: $30 Residents, $35 Non-Residents. New Session will be Sept. 24 - Dec. 10. Registration must occur before start of new session. Registration begins Aug. 6. Sitercise: Mon. & Wed., 10:3011:30am. Sponsored by the Town of North Haven and class led staff of the VNA Community Healthcare. Sitercise will focus on increasing muscle strength, imSURYHĂ€H[LELOLW\JDLWDQGEDODQFH to help avoid falls. Exercises can
be done in a chair or standing, a specially designed program for those 50 & older who are at risk for falls. (SESSION CANCELLED) Tai Chi with Bill Banick: Mon., 10:30-11:30am. In this class, you will explore balance, alignment, Ă€H[LELOLW\DQGVWUHQJWKDQGFRRUdination of body, mind and spirit. This class requires no prior experience. Cost: $45 for Residents, $50 for Non-Residents. Maximum class of 15/Min. of 12 people. New session began July 29 and will run through Oct. 28. NO Class Aug. 5, Sept. 2 & Oct. 14. CLASS FULL/IN SESSION.
We Need You!
Hamden: Love music and good friends?....then join our Hamden Miller Melodies at the Miller Senior Center. Also, the Melodies are looking for a volunteer piano player for our group! The group meets on Friday mornings at the Hamden Miller Senior Center, 2901 Dixwell Avenue, for practice and perform throughout the community. Also, we look forward to new members becoming part of a music loving group. Please contact the Senior Center at (203) 287-2547 for more information.
RSVP Volunteer Program
The Agency on Aging of South Central CT has an RSVP Volunteer Program that offers individuals over the age of 55 an opportunity to use their time and experience to enhance the lives of local seniors and Veterans through companionship. Make a difference with as little as an hour a week. Call for more information and to apply, Cherie Strucaly at (203) 752-3059, x2907 or email@example.com
WANTED: Collector buying any Connecticut Brewery items for Wehle, Hulls, Wiebel, Largay or any other CT Breweries, signs, cans, bottles, etc.; call (203) 9157662 â€˘ FOR SALE: Pool vacuum, 24 ft, 1Âźâ€? hose, triangle head, 6Â˝ to 12 ft. handle $25; (203) 248-1556 â€˘
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FOR SALE: 6,000 BTU air conditioner $150; used 2 nights at vacation rental. Have central AC at home. (203) 269-2601 •
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Breastfeeding Support Group August Meeting Hamden: On Mon., Aug. 12, La Leche League of Hamden/ North Haven will hold its monthly meeting to provide information and support for women interested in breastfeeding. The meeting runs from 9:30-11:30am at Grace & St. Peter’s Episcopal Church (lower level), 2927 Dixwell Ave. (just off Whitney Ave.). Parking lot is directly behind the church. The topic of August’s meeting is “Gentle Parenting in the Early Years.” Any newcomers planning to attend, please call or text Marcella, an accredited LLL Leader at (203) 435-8512 or email Leader Alyssa at Alyssa.D@lllct.org or text her at (203) 623-4203 to con¿UP3KRQHKHOSLVDOVRDYDLODEOH for breastfeeding questions/concerns. Pregnant women and mothers & babies are always welcome. In addition to the stated topic, any questions or concerns related to breastfeeding can be discussed. We pay special attention to the needs of pregnant women and mothers of newborns, and ad-
North Haven Lions Collecting Used Glasses for Charity The box pictured at right is for used glasses for the underprivileged that cannot afford them. The North Haven Lions would appreciate help in collecting glasses for these people around the world. Listed below are the locations where glasses can be dropped off: Key Bank (Washington Ave., North Haven); United Bank (Washington Ave., North Haven); North Haven Library (Elm St., North Haven); North Haven Congregational Church (28 Church St., North Haven); St. John Episcopal Church (3 Trumbull Place, North Haven); Total Vision Eyecare Center (81A Washington Ave., North Haven); Arnold’s Jewelers (117 Washington Ave., North Haven); North Haven Senior Center (189 Pool Road.); North Haven Pharmacy (278 Maple Ave.), There now is box in the North Haven Town Hall. For more information, contact Marie Anne Barnhart, call 203-248-6948.
GUHVVWKHLUFRQFHUQV¿UVW Books, DVDs, and information sheets on pregnancy, breastfeeding and parenting topics are available for borrowing. Find us on Facebook! @lllham dennorthhavenCT. Our page can be found by following the above link or by searching for our username, @lllhamdennorthhavenCT. We invite you to “like” our page for updates, current breastfeeding information, and our upcoming meeting events!
Men’s Support Group
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FOR SALE: Hunting jacket, King of the Mountain, wool, omnithermal, almost new, XXXL $75; (203) 865-2795 FOR SALE: Coins, Barber, half dollars, silver, 1898, 1900, 1902 $50 for the three; (203) 527-8482, Prospect
FOR SALE: 18-speed mountain sports bikes, ladies’ & men’s, like new $75 ea., together $130; (203) 248-2839 FOR SALE: Bliss outdoor recliner chair with canopy, exc. cond. $40; (203) 7479883 •
New Haven: On Fridays at 6:30pm, The 180 Center offers a 12-Step Men’s Support Group, located at 793 Grand Avenue. For more information, please go to www.the180center.com or call The 180 Center at (203) 909-9194.
WANTED: WWII Vets, immediate cash for all Nazi helmets, hats, daggers, flags, medals, uniforms, patches. Collector will beat all dealer offers; (203) 932-0750 •
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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
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The Dudley Farm Farmersâ€™ Market meets on Saturdays from 9am-12:30pm at 2351 Durham Rd., Guilford. Vendors will have organic and naturally raised vegetables, herbs beef, eggs, maple V\UXS KHUEV DQG Ă€RZHUV EUHDG DQG SDVWULHV MDPV JRDWV PLON VRDSDQGDUWLVDQDOFUDIWV7KH'XGOH\)DUP6WULQJ%DQGZLOOSHUform each week. Farm Day: Sat., Aug. 10 (Rain date Aug. 17). First Selectman Matt Hoey will be visiting to honor National Farmersâ€™ Market Week. Games families can play together include sack races, tug-of-war, feed the animals corn hole, making scarecrows, duck duck goose, corn sand box. Cows will visit. GMonkey Food Truck. Antique Farm Equipment Show: Sat., Aug. 17 (Rain date Aug. 24). Free Childrenâ€™s Corner activities (10am-11:30am): Aug. 17: Nature Printing. Aug. 24: Story Telling with Barbara Kiesel and Her Puppets. Aug. 31: Making Music Shakers. )RU PRUH LQIRUPDWLRQ RQ HYHQWV YLVLW ZZZGXGOH\IDUPFRP FKHFNRXWWKH'XGOH\)DUP)DUPHUVÂś0DUNHW)DFHERRNSDJHFDOO (203) 457-0770 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Area Craft Fairs, Bazaars, Festivals, Auctions, Rummage, Flea Markets & Tag Sales Crafters/Vendors Wanted WALLINGFORD/MERIDEN LYMAN HALL HIGH SCHOOL Holiday Craft Fair: Now accepting applications for the Fair - Sat., Nov. 23rd, from 9am-3pm. Please contact Roseann at (203) 294-1062 or email@example.com
Tag/Rummage Sales, Thrift Shops NORTH HAVEN BLESSINGS THRIFT SHOP, 201 Quinnipiac Ave., North Haven (behind Montowese Baptist Church). For the month of August, trying to clear out, so weâ€™re running a Buy One Get One of Equal or Less Value, everything in shop. Hope to see you at church as well, service is at 10:30am, Sundays. Any questions, call Pauline, (203) 843-2212. Donations are always appreciated.
WALLINGFORD/MERIDEN ST. PAULâ€™S THRIFT SHOP, 65 North Main St., Wallingford is having its semi-annual Bag Sale on all clothing for the Month of August. Sale begins 10am, Thurs., Aug. 1st. Shop early for the best selection. Hours: Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 10am-1pm.
Golf Tournaments Summer/Fall 2019
Eric Larson Teaches About CT Invasive Plants - Recognize And Remove Them
The Advisor welcomes Non-profit organizations to submit their Golf Tournament announcements for the coming season. They will be printed FREE OF CHARGE. THE HAMDEN REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Margaritas & Mulligans Ladies Golf Outing on Fri., Sept. 20th at Laurel View Country Club, 310 West Shepard Ave., Hamden. This 9-hole tournament is geared to be an afternoon of fun followed by a reception at The 19th Hole at LVCC. Participation is $80 per person or $300 for a foursome and includes: KROHVZLWKFDUWUDIĂ€HSUL]HVSOD\HUVJLIWGULQNWLFNHWDQGD0H[LFDQ ÂżHVWD)RUPDWLVVFUDPEOH5HJLVWUDWLRQVWDUWVDWQRRQIROORZHGE\WHH time at 1:30pm. All levels are welcome. Participants must bring their own equipment, have proper attire and know the basic rules of golf. /LPHJUHHQWKHPHGRXWÂżWVDUHHQWKXVLDVWLFDOO\HQFRXUDJHG7ROHDUQ more about this, and other, HRCC programs and events, or to inquire about membership, please call (203) 288-6431 or visit www.hamden regionalchamber.com.
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Pictured Above: Eric Larson teaches how to identify and control invasive plants. Right: Samples of Oriental bittersweet, a vine that strangles trees. North Haven: The Daytime Gardeners hosted a presentation by Eric Larson, Coordinator of the Master Gardener Program for New Haven County, about Connecticut Invasive Plants. Based on the level of attendance, there are many people interested and concerned about invasive plants. Larson explained how a plant is labeled as â€˜invasiveâ€™, and what to do about them if they are on your property. The CT Invasive Plants list, issued by the University of CT Invasive Plant Working Group, provides names and information DERXWZKLFKSODQWVDUHLGHQWLÂżHGDVLQYDVLYH The criteria includes that these plants: Âˇ are not native to CT Âˇ produce and disperse seeds widely Âˇ is naturalized or may become naturalized ZLWKEHQHÂżWRIFXOWLYDWLRQ Âˇ thrives in a variety of habitats Âˇ crowds out natives Âˇ threatens bio-diversity Âˇ forms dense, single-species stands of growth Invasive plants may be trees (Norway Maple, Black Locust, Ailanthus or Tree of Heaven), shrubs (â€˜Winged Euonymousâ€™ often called Burning Bush), vines (Oriental bittersweet, Mile a Minute vine), and perennials (Mugwort. Japanese Knotweed). Invasive plants often produce many, many seeds. In some cases, they produce berries which are eaten and then dispersed by birds. Other invasives may spread by rhizomes, which are fast growing roots that run horizontally underground. (OLPLQDWLRQRIWKHVHLQYDVLYHSODQWVFDQEHGLIÂżFXOWEHFDXVHWKH\DUHSHUVLVWHQW in their growth and are designed to maintain themselves. Cutting down an Ailanthus, or Tree of Heaven, will result in many more shoots popping up near the main trunk and can grow up to 8 feet a year. The Japanese Knotweed will regrow from any little piece of rhizome that may be left in the ground when trying to pull it out. Euonymus will grow from underground root nodes that may remain, and from the berries that fell when the large shrub was removed. Oriental bittersweet, which is a pretty vine with orange and red fruit, grows very rapidly, forming a woody vine that wraps around trees and shades out the canopy. This vine can be cut at the ground level and it will die, saving the tree from a slow, certain death. Larson provided some tips to assist with control of these plants. Many of the plants can be cut off at the stump. Then, about 2 cups of salt water should be injected into the stump with a large syringe. This is best done in the fall when the sap is moving down towards the roots. The Japanese Knotweed should be cut back before the Ă€RZHUVHPHUJHLQPLGODWHVXPPHU7KLVSUHYHQWVWKHĂ€RZHUVIURPSURGXFLQJEHUULHV IRUWKHELUGVWRGLVVHPLQDWH7KHELUGVZLOOÂżQGRWKHUEHUULHVWRHDWDQGWKHVWXPSV can be injected with salt water. Small weeds that are just emerging can be sprayed with a solution of white vinegar, salt, and some detergent. This will kill the leaves but it may need to be repeated until the roots die off. This is best done on a hot, sunny day when the plants are already stressed due to heat. It is important to be careful about disposal of the invasive plant material. Do not put this in your compost! If placed in a black plastic trash bag and left if the hot sun, the plant material should die in several days. Then it can be thrown out with the trash. Daytime Gardeners of North Haven is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of CT, Inc., New England Garden Clubs, Inc., and National Garden Clubs, Inc. New members are always welcome. For information on our activities and membership, call Daytime Gardeners at (203) 234-1781, and be sure to visit us on Facebook!
â€œFâ€? SENIORS AND FRIENDS: Boston - â€œSt. Anthony Feastâ€?: Sat., Aug. 24. Bus leaves First Avenue commuter lot, West Haven 8am. Pick up Exit 13 commuter lot 8:20am. Will leave Boston at 6pm to return home. Cost: $45 per person. Call Fred to reserve, (203) 389-5808 or (203) 927-4249. JOLLY TIME SENIORS 2019 FOXWOODS CASINO TRIPS: Bus leaves the new home of the Annex Club, 554 Woodward Ave., New Haven at 7:45am, leaving Casino at 4:30pm. Rate $25 (Includes Foxwoods Reimbursement Package.) Free Buffet or $10 off other restaurants and $10 Free Slot Play. Casino Dates: Aug. 15, Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21. Reserve your seats by calling Howard Saroff, (203) 843-0615. BARBARAâ€™S GROUP is offering the following trips to Mohegan Sun: Wednesdays, Sept. 18 & Nov. 13. Bus will be leaving from North Haven at 9am and returning from the Casino at 4pm. Returns from the Casino - $15 food coupon and two $10 coupons for the wheel. $25 per person. Please contact Barbara at (475) 202-7384 for information. ARMY VS. TULANE FOOTBALL - DIVINE MERCY KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS invite you to join us for a â€œWest Point Football Experienceâ€? on Sat., Oct. 5. Enjoy the Army pageantry! $90 per person. All are welcome! Bus leaves St. Rita School parking lot at 5:45am, returning at 6:30pm. Check in at 5:15am. Early departure guarantees the viewing of the 9am Army Cadet Parade. Send name, phone number, address, email address, and check to Wayne Bruno, 194 Pole Hill Road, Bethany, CT 06524. Checks payable to Divine Mercy Knights of Columbus. Contact Wayne Bruno at wayne.bruno@ ghpmedia.com or call (203) 395-0791. KC AND THE SUNSHINE TRAVELERS: Thurs., Nov. 7: Cathedrals of Manhattan - Cost $83 pp. Price includes transportation, tour director and all gratuities. Explore the highlights of St. Patrickâ€™s Cathedral & Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Free time at Rockefeller Center for lunch and shopping. Departure 8:30am, Park & Ride lot, Devine St. & Hartford Tpke., North Haven. Return approx. 8pm. The following Cruises are Available! - Reserve Early - Cabins Go Fast! Oct. 8-18, 2019: 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 Shop Parties & Events and much more. Dec. 8-16, 2019: On the American Queen Steamboat Company Memphis to New Orleans - One night in Memphis with sightseeing * Vicksburg * Natchez * Baton Rouge * St. Francisville * Nottoway. Starting at $2,599 pp. Includes air, Cruise from Memphis to New Orleans Shore excursions, wine & beer with dinner, Cappucino, Espresso, bottled water & soft drinks, and more. For reservations or more details on any of these cruises and other trips, call: Karen Forsyth, (203) 281-1769 home, (203) 887-2967 cell or Cathie Martus, (203) 710-9757. HORIZONS TRAVELERS: Atlantic City - Sun.-Mon., Dec. 1-2. $125 double occupancy, $105 triple occupancy, single occupancy rates available. Trip includes: Overnight stay at the Tropicana Hotel, PHDOYRXFKHUIUHHFDVLQRVORWSOD\'D\5HVRUWV&DVLQRIUHH casino slot play. Buses leave 8am, Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Ave., +DPGHQQGVWRSDW([LW,FRPPXWHUORW0LOIRUG)RUPRUH DIGITAL FINE ART BY LEVASSEUR: The originator of Organic info, contact (203) 671-9384 or (203) 231-5637. Surrealism will be exhibiting at the Cheshire Public Library in the FOR SALE: Writing desk WANTED: Antiques or col- Mary Baldwin Room, through Aug. 30th. Please feel free to join the & chair, cherry-finish. An- lectibles, highest prices artist at the Opening Reception - Tues., Aug. 6th. Lee LeVasseur OLYHVLQ&KHVKLUH&7DQGEHFDPHDQLQWHUQDWLRQDOÂżQHDUWLVWEHIRUH tique-style desk has 5 paid for paintings, furni- the internet was anything. He has exhibited oil paintings and drawings compartments for letters, ture, glassware, pottery, in museums on four continents, plus received awards from several 5 drawers and top shelf, documents, photographs, international art competitions and has been included in numerous bio39â€?Wx21â€?Dx40â€?H. Match- bottles, anything old, one graphical reference books including â€œWhoâ€™s Who in the Worldâ€?, Whoâ€™s ing chair has polyester fab- piece or entire estates, cash Who in Americaâ€? and â€œOutstanding People of the 20th Centuryâ€? milric seat. Still in original box, paid; (203) 915-7662 â€˘ lennium editions. If you are interested in outer space, Star Wars movLHV DVWURQRP\ HWF \RX ZLOO WUXO\ HQMR\ WKLV GLJLWDO ÂżQH DUW H[KLELW never opened. Paid: $250, FOR SALE: Craftsman rid- More information about Lee LeVasseur can be located on Google, sell for $125. Call eves., ing mower, needs some Facebook or you can check out www.worldvirtualmuseum.com, go to (203) 239-6535 â€˘ work $100; (203) 288-5594 â€˘ DUWLVWÂżQG/HH/H9DVHXUDQGHQMR\
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