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‘Outstanding’ turnout at picnic By Charles Kreutzkamp The Berlin Citizen

A crowd gathered for a talk by retiring State Archaeologist Nick Bellantoni at the BerlinPeck Memorial Library. | (Charles Kreutzkamp / The Berlin Citizen)

The annual UpBeat Picnic had an “outstanding turnout, with weather like we haven’t had in three years,” according to UpBeat Coordinator Alice Mitchell. UpBeat members like Brandon Armetta, Calvin Johnson, and Lisa Greico dressed up in costumes that included ketchup and mustard bottles, a hot dog, and Spongebob Squarep-

ants to solicit UpBeat donations. “The picnic is a great event that brings the whole town together,” Mitchell said. “We’re grateful to the Lions Club for hosting us again this year.” Meanwhile, Berlin High School senior Karol Nawalaniec participated in a soak-the-staff booth where donations were solicited for the chance to throw wet See Picnic / Page 7

Crowd digs archaeologist By Charles Kreutzkamp

sarcophagus” (it turned out to be a similarly designed coffin from New Jersey), More than 50 people gath- and was even given a Lakota ered at the Berlin-Peck Me- name (Taku wan waste okile: morial Library May 28 to see He who finds good) after asNick Bellantoni, retiring Con- sisting in the repatriation of a necticut state archaeologist, buried Lakota tribesman. “It was awesome,” said reflect on his “greatest hits.” “I always enjoy coming to Donna Rudge, a member of the Historical Society who Berlin,” Bellantoni said. “You never know where attended the event. “He was archeology is going to take so engaging.” “He was here a couple years you,” Bellantoni said. The archaeologist has studied bones ago and it was very popular,” from colonial burials, investi- said Lorraine Stub, vice chair gated a suspected “Egyptian of Berlin’s Historic District The Berlin Citizen

Commission and secretary of the Historical Society. One of Bellantoni’s greatest hits involved recovering a time capsule from the New Haven Green. The state archaeologist was called in after a tree went down from Hurricane Sandy, exposing some buried remains. The case later led to the discovery of the nearby time capsule. The April 9, 1909 Time Capsule was placed in concrete to commemorate the See Archaeologist / Page 6

The UpBeat picnic featured free hot dogs and activities for all ages. For more photos, visit TheBerlinCitizen.com. | (Charles Kreutzkamp / The Berlin Citizen)

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his other novels, Ester Earl, who was living with cancer. “I just finished the book today and it really gave me a new perspective,” McKenna said. Although raising money to support people living with cancer is the main reason McKenna decided to shave her head, she also hopes to fight against judgments based on appearance. “Kids, especially her age, it’s not the best time of life, and they can be quick to judge others on their outward appearance, whether they’re bald because they choose to shave their head to support St. Baldrick’s or because they have lost their hair because of an illness,” Evans said. McKenna said she hopes that shaving her head will be “a great way to bring awareness and to make people think twice before they go ahead and judge someone.” People may be bullied “because of the way they dress, or financial circumstances, or if they were born with neurological issues that they deal with and that make them unique,” Evans said. “It’s a wonderful

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“‘No’ was my first reaction,” said Robin Evans when her daughter approached her wanting to shave her head. But when McKenna Evans wrote an essay explaining why she wanted to donate her hair to make a wig for a child undergoing chemotherapy, “I had no choice but to agree to let her do it.” “I think about how blessed I am to be healthy and not having to battle cancer,” McKenna wrote. “But what if I did have cancer? Talk about a plot twist.” “If I shave my head, I can raise money for research,” McKenna continued. “I’m also making people aware of cancer. I am making people see that me shaving my head isn’t a big deal, but having cancer is.” McKenna is raising money through the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which helps volunteers solicit sponsors willing to donate to support “carefully selected research grants,” according to their

website. Garrett’s Barber Shop donated m o re t h a n $100 to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation through McKenna’s fundMcKenna Evans raising page, and she has already met her initial fundraising goal of $500. Evans said her daughter selected St. Baldrick’s Foundation because it gave a “unique and different perspective to supporting cancer patients” with its combination of fundraising and shaving hair for wigs and raising awareness. McKenna said she recently started thinking more about cancer, and part of the reason is the New York Times bestseller “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, a young adult novel about teenagers with cancer. The book has become increasingly popular as a feature film approaches. Green wrote the novel after working as a hospital chaplain and, after struggling to write it for some time, meeting a fan of

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The Town Council was to hear a proposal to increase the bid for a gateway sign Tuesday to allow the sign to be double-sided and to eliminate the need for an “unsightly frame” on the back of the sign, replacing it instead with a “thanks for visiting” message. The cost of these changes is $4,450 for 13 signs. The council previously awarded the bid for the Gateway Sign Project to Creative Sign Designs of Tampa, Fla. The Economic Development Commission reviewed the design and recommended increasing the thickness of the aluminum, which will allow the sign enough strength to be double-sided. Funding for the signs is coming out of the Plantings and Signage portion of the budget. The council also was to hear a proposal to use the newly renovated Berlin High School as an emergency shelter rather than McGee Middle School. This change was proposed by Matt Odishoo, Berlin’s Homeland Security director. A grant that “is not available all the time” and “is difficult to predict if and when it would be available in the future” would pay for 75 percent of the cost of a backup generator to allow the town to use all areas of the high school as a shelter in the case of an emergency. The town’s total share of this cost would be $80,000 if the proposal is approved. For a breakdown of the Town Council meeting, which

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The New Britain Museum of American Art hosted the fifth annual Berlin Public Schools district-wide exhibit recently. Almost 500 parents, teachers, students and administrators attended the opening reception. Student artwork from kindergarten through grade 12 were featured, representing sculpture, ceramics, graphic art, paintings, drawings and collage including Scholastic Art Award winning entries.


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The Town Council heard a proposal for action on approving the site for the capping and groundwater recovery system by entering the site into the Brownfield Remediation and Redevelopment Program during the June 3 meeting, which occurred after press time. Visit TheBerlinCitizen. com for a breakdown of the meeting.

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The Town Council has recommended that Berlin’s Timberlin Golf Course develop a refund policy following a vote on issuing a refund during the May 20 Town Council meeting. The refund in question concerned a resident who had purchased a season golf pass but was unable to play after being injured in a car accident. The Parks and Recreation Commission has recommended approval of a credit towards a purchase of a season pass to the council. Parks and Recreation Commission Chair Len Zielinski

explained that although there is not currently a written refund policy, the golf course has been known to issue similar refunds. Each refund is deducted for the cost of golf rounds played at the regular price. Proof of injury is required. “This seems reasonable … no one is getting any free golf,” Councilor Charles Paonessa said. Councilor Peter Rosso dissented, saying that the purpose of a season pass is that “you pay your money and you take your chances,” because some who purchase season passes will play a lot of golf at a discount, and others will play less golf and run the risk of actually paying more than

the regular price of a round would be. The council approved the refund, 5 to 1. Councilor David Evans suggested the refund policy be developed and should address refunds in the case a person becomes permanently disabled and is unable to play golf. Also, the council unanimously voted against donating a free golf gift certificate to the Southington Relay for Life. “This is a Southington organization in a Southington location,” Deputy Mayor William Rasmussen said. The council also suggested the Parks and Recreation Commission develop a formal policy regarding donations

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Attendees at Bellantoni’s talk also learned how Bradley Airport got its name. “Bradley Airport is named after Eugene M. Bradley. D. Aug 21 1941. He was the first fatality at the airport,” Bellantoni said. Bradley’s P-40 went down nose-first in a training accident. “Bradley Airport and the New England Air Museum came to us and said, ‘We don’t know where it happened. Military records were very vague,’” Bellantoni said. “‘They don’t say where the crash occurred. Can we find it archaeologically?’” “I took it on as a history mystery … We were able to locate 13 guys that were still alive that were there when the crash occurred. We interviewed them for their recollections.”

was the largest coffin Bellantoni had ever unearthed. One story about Smith said that he once single-handedly picked up a boulder blocking a road for a carriage driver. Smith was the son of an African prince who was captured by native African slave dealers. Smith purchased his freedom around 1765. His life was documented by a schoolteacher in “A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Venture, a Native of Africa: But Resident above Sixty Years in the United States of America, Related by Himself.” Bellantoni said that he considers his work involving Venture Smith a highlight of his career, because even though no remains were recovered, Smith’s life spanned the colonial age and challenges our conceptions of human rights.

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100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. “They waited until April to plant the tree when the ground was warmer – Lincoln was born in February,” Bellantoni said. The concrete memorial had a base that went into the ground, and Bellantoni, along with his colleagues Gerald Conlogue and Ronald Beckett, helped excavate the memorial. “Our friends at the New Haven Bomb Squad – We have friends in strange places – helped us get an X-ray,” Bellantoni said.

In the end, the capsule was cracked successfully and the team recovered a grape shot and a mini ball from the Battle of Gettysburg, commemorative coins, and six daily newspapers from each of the six dailies operating in New Haven in 1909. Bellantoni also attempted to recover the remains of Venture Smith, who died in 1805, for DNA analysis, but the soil was too acidic and there was nothing left to find but the nails from the coffin. The archaeological reconstruction of the coffin proved that the tales of Smith’s impressive size must have been true, as it

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Bellantoni’s team then analyzed aerial photographs of the airport before and after the crash, looking for possible craters. The first six were duds, but after a second look, a potential crash site was discovered – underneath the runway. “They said forget about it kid, you’re not going under our runway,” the archaeologist said. The crash site they were looking for would have fill different from the natural soil around it, and by using a penetrating radar device, a team of archaeologists were able to peak into the soil without disturbing the runway. Sure enough, the crash site was discovered. “A few years ago there was a proposal to change the name to Hartford-Springfield Airport,” Bellantoni said. “People should know the story and who Eugene Bradley was.”

Swing into summer at KCC The Kensington Congregational Church, 312 Percival Ave., has scheduled “Swing into Summer,” a lobster roll and strawberry shortcake festival, for Saturday, June 7, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, rain or shine. The family-friendly event features music by the Berlin High School jazz band, the New Britain AME Zion Church gospel choir, a Berlin-based country swing band, and more. Children’s activities include face painting and balloon animals by Berlin Upbeat, a moon bounce and animals from Hungerford Nature Center. In the event of inclement weather, activities will be held in the church hall. For more information, visit www.kensingtoncong.org.


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at the fairgrounds. “My kids went through UpBeat and it’s a great organization,” Devivo said, “It’s a great partnership between the Lions Club and UpBeat.” BHS student Seth Giuliano was asked to display his capstone project – a new graduation requirement for seniors this year – at the fair. Giuliano studied the food bank, investigating whether the typical family is receiving items for a balanced diet. “Dairy is the biggest shortfall,” Giuliano said, “and they sometimes may also be missing fruit … everyone donates beans and pasta.” The two biggest items the food shelter said were often in shortfall were fruit and peanut butter, according to Giuliano’s findings.

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Calendar Thursday, June 5 Boy Scouts - Boy Scouts Troop 24 is scheduled to meet Thursday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Community Center, 230 Kensington Road. Stop in or call Mike Neault, Scoutmaster, at (860) 828-3611. Boys Scouts - Boy Scout Troop 41 is scheduled to meet Thursday, 7 p.m., at Bethany Covenant Church, 785 Mill St. For more information, call Scoutmaster K.C. Jones at (860) 829-1148 or email jones327@comcast. net.

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Hubbard PTO - The Hubbard Elementary School PTO is scheduled to meet Tuesday, June 10, 6:30 p.m., in the cafeteria at Hubbard Elementary School. All parents and guardians of Hubbard students are welcome. Boy Scouts - Boy Scouts Troop 256, chartered by the Kensington Volunteer Fire Department, is scheduled to meet Tuesdays, 7 to 9 p.m., at the Kensington Volunteer Fire Department, 880 Farmington Ave. Friends of Berlin Animal Control has two wonderful tabby cats in need of homes. For more information, call The tabby is not a breed of cat but a pattern of the coat marked with an ‘M’ on Scoutmaster Ed Alicia, at Saturday, June 7 the forehead. Brown tabbies are so popular because they retain an ancient look of (860) 828-8693. leopards and tigers. They are know as the “glorious tabby” and rumor has it that Boy Scouts - Boy Scout Rabies clinic - The Berlin they are the most affectionate and loving of cats. Sweetie and Donny live up to those Troop 44 is scheduled to Municipal Shelter, 600 Chrismeet Tuesdays, 7 to 9 p.m., tian Lane, has scheduled its standards. Sweetie is a 1-year-old mother of four. Donny is exotic and resembles a at the Bethany Covenant annual rabies clinic for Saturbobcat. He is very large, gentle and loves to lay on your lap. For more information, Church, 785 Mill St. For more day, June 7, noon to 2 p.m. call (860) 828-5287. View all of the adoptable pets at www.fobac.org. information, call Joann SawA fee is charged. Animals yer at (860) 828-7767. from all towns are welcome. Sunrise Rotary Club - The Cats must be in carriers; 7, 7 p.m., in the high school Sunrise Rotary Club of KensBlessing of the animals 7, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or dogs must be leashed. For gym. The evening features ington-Berlin is scheduled to - Berlin Congregational shine. The family friendly more information, call (860) live music by the jazz band, meet Tuesdays, from 7:30 to Church, 878 Worthington event includes music, chil828-7055. as well as local and profes8:30 a.m., at Town Hall, 240 Ridge, has scheduled the Swing into Summer - The dren’s events, animals and sional musicians, BHS alumni Kensington Road. For more second annual blessing of food. For more information, Kensington Congregational and guests. Proceeds benefit information, call Gwen Vathe animals for Saturday, visit www.kensingtoncong. Church, 312 Percival Ave., instrumental activities. A fee lencis at (860) 229-3787, ext. June 7, 10:30 a.m., in the org. has scheduled “Swing into 139 or visit www.kensingtonfront of the church. The event is charged. For tickets, conSummer” for Saturday, June tact Catherine Rich at (860) rotary.org. is open to all pets and their 829-0418; kc.rich@sbcglobal. TOPS - TOPS, Taking Off families. For more informanet. Tickets will also be Pounds Sensibly, a nontion, call (860) 828-6586. available at the door. profit, weight loss organizaHistorical Society - The Clock identification tion, is scheduled to meet Berlin Historical Society, 305 FUNERAL HOME INC. event - The American Clock Tuesday, 6:30 to 8 p.m., at Main St., has scheduled its & Watch Museum, 100 MaCromwell Town Hall, Suite annual tag sale for Satur219, 41 West St. For more inday, June 7, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., ple St., Bristol, has scheduled a clock identification formation, call Betty Water at both indoors and outside. event for Saturday, June (860) 635-7020. For more information, call Carolyn Smith, Owner 7, 10 a.m. to noon. A fee is Baseball - CIAC semifinals (860) 828-5114. charged. The event will not at Zipadelli Field, 3:30 p.m. Jazz with Pizzazz - The James Casso, Director provide appraisal values. For Berlin High School Jazz more information, call (860) Band has scheduled its an96 MAIN STREET Phone (860) 828-4730 583-6070 or visit www.clock- Wednesday, June 11 nual “Jazz with Pizzazz” Kensington, CT 06037 www.BerlinMemorial.net FAX (860) 829-6509 fundraiser for Saturday, June andwatchmuseum.org. Baseball - CIAC semifinals at Zipadelli Field, 3:30 p.m.

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Obituaries Mary (Hoch) KENSINGTON — Ron- Hendrickson

Ronald A. Leonard

ald A. Leonard died on BERLIN – Mary (Hoch) Tuesday, May 27, 2014, at Hendrickson, 78, of Kensthe Hospi- ington, beloved wife of the tal of Central late Robert F. Connecticut. Hendrickson, He lived most passed away his life in Beron Wedneslin. He retired day, May 28, 2014 at from Corbin the Jerome Russwin. Home in New There will Britain. be no services at this time. She was born in Stafford Springs on Nov. 23, 1935, the daughter of the Anita A. Miller late William F. and Mary CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Gizella (Dorsey) Hoch. She Anita Achilli Miller passed graduated from Stafford away peacefully, at age 90, High School and worked on Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, at Aetna Life & Casualty Company for five years at in Cape Coral, Fla. A memorial service which time she left to bring for Anita A. Miller will be up her family. After being a held Saturday, June 7, at full time homemaker and 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart mother to three sons, she Church,East Berlin with went back to work as a burial immediately follow- medical secretary and biller for Anesthesia Associates ing at Maple Cemetery. at Mount Sinai Hospital for 26 years. She was active in Ladies Guild and Mother’s Circle at St. Gabriel Church in Windsor for many years, and a member of the St. Paul Church, Kensington, The Berlin Police Debelonging to the Ladies partment has an off-road Guild and joining in many bike in the property social activities. She was room. It was found in the also a Wii Bowler with the New Park Drive area. Berlin Senior Center and For more information, belonged to the “Lunch or to claim the bike, call Brunch”. She enjoyed all Sgt. John McCormack at her old friends in Windsor (860) 828-7191. Be able and the new friends that

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she made in Berlin. She is survived by her sons, Robert, of Missouri; Mark and his wife, Beth, of East Windsor, Gregg and his wife, Lisa, of Kensington; her brothers, William and his wife, Annette, of Manchester, and David, of Stafford Springs. Her happiest times were those spent with her grandchildren, Scott and Lauren, of Missouri, Shannon, of East Windsor, and Jared and Livia, of Berlin. A special thank you to Jared who always helped “Grandma”; with her work around the house, as well her supportive friends and all other family members for all their love and support through the years. A Mass of Christian burial was held on Monday, June 2, at St. Gabriel Church, Windsor. Burial took place in St. Edward Cemetery, Stafford. Mary’s family received friends on Sunday, June 1, at the Carmon Windsor Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lupus Foundation of America, CT Chapter, 97 South Street, Suite 110, West Hartford, CT 06110-1960 or St. Paul Church, 468 Alling St., Kensington CT 06037 or the Berlin Senior Center, 33 Colonial Dr., Berlin CT 06037. For online expressions of sympathy please visit www.carmonfuneralhome.com.

Police Briefs Berlin Police Department reported the following arrests. Arrests do not indicate convictions. April 23 Ryan McNally, 203 Fieldstone Crossing, sixth-degree larceny. April 27 Paul Macadio, 32, 10 Main St., Apt. 404, third-degree strangulation, third-degree assault, dis by int. April 29 James Kulewicz, 58, 10 School St., Chicopee, MA, third-degree larceny wire fraud, fourth-degree larceny wire

fraud, third-degree burglary. Aaron Parsons, 38, 40 Four Rod Road, DUI, evading responsibility with motor vehicle. JoAnna Nowicka, 23, sixth-degree larceny. May 5 Avery Mareck, 18, 30 Cypress Road, second-degree burglary, third-degree assault, third-degree criminal mischief. Stephen Koyama, 20, 219 Cypress Road, second-degree burglary, third-degree assault. May 8 Jessica Raymond, 31, 355 Hayden Station Road, Windsor,

sixth-degree shoplifting. May 9 Arman Cano, 20, 102 Woodruff Circle, second-degree failure to appear, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell. May 10 Christopher Jordan, 47, 188 Fairview Dr., disorderly conduct. May 11 Mark Ference, 32, 31 Buckley Highway, Stafford Springs, fifth-degree larceny, disorderly conduct.

Rodney S. Fongemie James W. Zelek KENSINGTON — Rodney S. Fongemie, 74, of Kensington, husband of M a r l e n e (Thibodeau) Fongemie, passed away on Tuesday, May 27, 2014, at John Dempsey Hospital. Born in Van Buren, Maine, July 7, 1939, a son of Marie (Violette) Fongemie and the late Maurice Fongemie, Rodney was employed as a tool and dye maker at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft for 25 years until his retirement in 1991. Rodney was a member of St. Paul Church, Kensington and a third and fourth degree Knight of Columbus, Council 3675. Besides his wife and mother, Rodney is survived by three sons, David, Dominic and Mark Fongemie, all of Kensington; a brother, Maynard and his wife, Annette Fongemie, of Denmark; and a nephew, Rene Fongemie. He was predeceased by two brother’s, Victor and Donald Fongemie, Friends and family may call at the Berlin Memorial Funeral Home, 96 Main St., Kensington on Saturday, May 31, from 9 to 11:00 a.m. with a Mass of Christian burial at St. Paul Church, 467 Alling St., Kensington at 11:30 a.m. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family. To share memories or express condolences online please visit www. berlinmemorialfuneralhome.com

The Berlin Citizen charges a $50 processing fee for an 8 inch obituary, and $5 for each additional inch. To place an obituary, call (203) 317-2240.

MOULTONBORO, N.H. — James W. Zelek, 57, of Moultonboro, N.H., loving husband of 31 years to Linda (Strickland) Zelek, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, May 18, 2014. Born on Sept. 3, 1956, the son of Audrey Zelek and the late Theodore Zelek, Jim was raised in Berlin, Conn. He was a graduate of Berlin High School, attended Central Connecticut State University, where he was a member of Alpha Phi Omega, and served for four years in the U.S. Air Force. During the past 20 years along with Linda, Jim formed Zelek & Associates, a financial and tax services business in Moultonboro, N.H. He was active within the community, was a member of the Moultonboro Lions Club and enjoyed and participated in many sports. In addition to his loving wife and mother, Jim is also survived by four children Jamie and her husband, Brian Thornock, of Colorado, Torrey Zelek, of New Hampshire, Caitlin Fargnoli, of Florida, Derek Zelek, of Massachusetts; and five grandchildren, Tarrah, Carina, Willow, David and Aeron. He is also survived by his brother, Thomas Zelek and his wife, Nella, of Kensington; mother-inlaw,, Patricia Strickland of New Hampshire; sisters-inlaw, Naomi Strickland and Deb Evans and her husband, Bob; brother-in-law, John Strickland, all of New Hampshire, and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of Jim’s life was held on Monday, May 26, at the Moultonboro Lions Club, N.H.

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Library Briefs East Berlin Library

abeth Lowell, “The Collector” by Nora Roberts, “Death at the Door” by Carolyn G. Hart, New books “Stone Cold” by C.J. Box, “Robert B. Parker’s Cheap “Chestnut Street” by Maeve Shot” by Ace Atkins, “WalkBinchey, “Night Diver” by Eliz- ing on Water” by Richard Paul Evans, “Everything to Lose” by Andrew Gross, “Field of Prey” by John Sandford, “Natchez Burning” by Greg Iles, “Lice to See Tomorrow” by Iris Johansen, “Heaven is For Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back” by Todd Burpothe.

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Raising Berlin has been selected to maintain the donation plot of the Hatchery Brook Community Gardens on Orchard Road. The garden is made up of multiple plots of varying sizes rented by individual gardeners and local organizations. Members of Raising Berlin, with the assistance of their children, are cultivating the donation plot and donating the harvest to local, charitable organizations. | (Submitted by Ally Riedel)

Hero Games June 14 To benefit Relay for Life, local first responders are scheduled to compete in a bootcamp-style event Saturday, June 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Berlin fairgrounds. Spectators are welcome as teams from local police departments, fire departments, the Department of Corrections, as well as civilian teams will compete in eight challenges that include a 2-mile run, an obstacle course, giant tire flip and a fire truck pull.

The event will include a DJ, bounce house and minigames challenges. Food will be available for purchase. For more information, contact Joe Forsyth at (860) 538-9679, Aimee Krzykowski, Berlin Police Department, at (860) 883-9452 or email herogamesCT@yahoo.com. Follow us on Twitter: @ berlin_citizen

WalkCT Family Ramble has scheduled a free series of family friendly hikes in Berlin. The series explores the conservation areas Berlin is working to preserve. Scheduled hikes: Saturday, June 7 Hatchery Brook Conservation Area, 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 7 - Pistol Creek Park, 1:30 to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 28 Beckley Quarry, 10 a.m. to noon. The hikes are designed for the entire family. Babies in secured backpacks are welcome. Arrive at the scheduled time, wear sturdy shoes, bring water, a snack, and any allergy or other prescribed medications needed. Children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Pets are not allowed. For more information, visit www.walkct. org/rambles.

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Hours The East Berlin Library is open Mondays and Thursdays, 3 to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Berlin-Peck Memorial Library Programs Tuesday, June 10 - Do you know who your ancestors are?, 11 a.m. The presentation is for beginner genealogists. Carol R. Whitmer from the Connecticut Historical Society will discuss how to get started, research practices, sources, websites and more. Call the library at (860) 828 7126 to register. Tuesday, June 10 - Investors Group, 1:30 p.m. Learn about stock market tools. No registration necessary. Friday, June 13 - Senior Center presentation: How to download eBooks, 10:30 a.m. Program is for Kindle Fire, iPad and Android tablets. Space is limited. Call the library at (860) 828-7126 to

register. Tuesday, June 17 - Book discussion, 7 p.m. “Defending Jacob” by Landay. All are welcome. Thursday, June 19 - Sit and Knit, 6 p.m. Relaxed knitting evening. No registration necessary. Saturday, June 21 - Summer Reading for Adults, Teens and Children begins. Friday, June 27 - Senior Center presentation: Free Digital Magazines using Zinio, 10:30 a.m. Learn how to access magazines for free. Program is for Kindle Fire, iPad and Android tablets. Space is limited. Call the library at (860) 828-7126 to register. Book sale Friends of the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library has scheduled a book sale for Thursday, June 19 (members only 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.); Friday, June 20, 12:30 to 5 p.m. and Saturday, June 21, 9 a.m. to noon. All proceeds benefit library programs.

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Berlin Free Library schedules a book sale for Wednesdays, 9 to 11 a.m. All are welcome.

Government Meetings Tuesday, June 9 Board of Education, Town Hall, 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 10 Conservation Commission, Town Hall, 6:30 p.m. Veterans Commission, American Legion Post 68, 7 p.m. Kensington Fire District, 947 Farmington Ave., 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 11 Housing Authority, Marjorie Moore Village, 5 p.m. Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, Library Board Room, 7 p.m. Thursday, June 12 Parks & Recreation Commission, Community Center, 7 p.m. Planning & Zoning Commis-

sion, Council Chambers, 7 p.m. Public Building Commission, 238 Kensington Road, 7 p.m. Youth Services Advisory Board, Town Hall, 4 p.m. Monday, June 16 Commission for the Aging, Senior Center, 7 p.m. Mattabassett District, 245 Main St., Cromwell, 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 17 Town Council, Town Hall Council Chambers, 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 18 Police Commission, BPD, 6:30 p.m. Worthington Fire District, 1400 Wilbur Cross Hwy., 5:30 p.m.


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School Briefs Graduates Connecticut College Sarah Schaller of Berlin. Emerson College, Massachusetts - Jennifer Glatz of Kensington. Middlesex Community College - Deanna Ayotte, LAuren BAcon, Argjiro Bellinghausen, Anastasia Bianchi, Alycia Bosco, Alyssa Bozzuto, Ali Mian, Catherine Nielsen, Iryna Orshak, Agnieszka Popielarczyk, Lisa Regan, Douglas Spring, Abayomi Quadri, Anthony Scionti of Berlin; Virginia Galgano, Stephanie Lewis of East Berlin. P rovidence College, Rhode Island - Samantha DeGroff of Berlin.

Northeastern University, Massachusetts - Gabrielle M. St. Jarre of Kensington; Fazil K. Bozal, Shannon Carabetta, Kelly Kasulis of Berlin. P rovidence College, Rhode Island - William Cavedon of Berlin. Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts - Kate Piotrowicz of Kensington.

Scholastic achievements

The group competed in the Berklee High School Jazz Festival in Boston, earned a gold medal at a competition at Fermi High School in Enfield and, most recently, performed at the historic Infinity Music Hall in Norfolk. Proceeds from “Jazz with Pizzazz” benefit instrumental activities. A fee is charged. For tickets, contact Catherine Rich at (860) 829-0418; kc.rich@sbcglobal.net. Tickets will also be available at the door.

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The Berlin High School Jazz Band has scheduled its annual “Jazz with Pizzazz” fundraiser for Saturday, June 7, 7 p.m., in the high school gym. The evening features live music by the jazz band, as well as local and professional musicians, BHS alumni and guests. Coffee and gourmet desserts will be served. The BHS Jazz Band, under the direction of Jeff Sirois, has competed in several venues this year.

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Sean Orzolek of Berlin, was one of five students from the Materials Science and Engineering Department of Drexel University’s College of Engineering to meet with staffers of U.S. Senators and Dean’s list Representatives at the reMessiah College, Penn- cent Congressional Visitation sylvania - Kevin Shea of East Berlin. See School / Page 19


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The Berlin AARP Board of Directors is scheduled to meet Monday, June 9, 10 a.m., at the Senior Center. The chapter meeting is the annual picnic, scheduled for Tuesday, June 17, at the VFW pavillion, Massirio Drive. The picnic is potluck. Bring a dish to share. A fee is charged to defray chapter expenses. For more information,

call Bob Simons at (860) 828-9563.

Meals on Wheels Meals on Wheels in Berlin is looking for volunteers to deliver food to the homebound elderly one day a week, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers are especially needed Fridays. Training and mileage reimbursement is provided.

Senior Menu Senior meals are provided For more information, contact Judy Nimro at (860) by CW Resources. Reservations must be made 24 hours 229-7700, ext. 201. in advance by calling DoreTrips tha Dixon at (860) 670-8546, June 16 - Suffolk Downs. between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. A June 24 - 911 Memorial and donation is requested. Museum. Monday, June 9: Knockwurst au jus, hot German potato salad, steamed brocAARP trips July 9 - Twin lobsters at coli, sub roll, tropical fruit the Hukelau. For more info cup. Tuesday, June 10: Orand reservations, call Phyllis ange juice, baked ziti, ItalFecteau at (860) 828-4934. ian blend vegetables, Italian bread, ice cream sundae. Wednesday, June 11: Minestrone soup, crispy fish, tater tots, coleslaw, rye bread, fresh tangerine. Thursday, June 12: Pine-

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Faith Faith Briefs Berlin Congregational Church: Blessing of the animals -- Saturday, June 7, 10:30 a.m., in the front of the church. The event is open to all pets and their families. For more information, call (860) 828-6586. Berlin Congregational Church: ‘50’s Drive-In -- Saturday, June 7, 5 to 7 p.m. Family event where Christian Education members take dinner orders at your car. Many classic cars, 50’s music. For more information, call (860) 828-6586. Bethany Covenant Church: Summer camps -- June 23 through 27 ETC Music & Arts Camp for grades 5 through 8; and July 7 through 11 all day vacation Bible school and Fun and Games Camp for ages 4 to 13 years old. For more info, visit bethanycovenant.org. Ke n s i n g to n Co n g re ga -

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Faith Services of each month, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome.

Berlin Congregational Church, 878 Worthington Ridge, Sunday worship, 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. (860) 828-6586.

Berlin Congregational: Vacation Bible School -“Weird Animals” June 23 Bethany Covenant Church, 785 Mill through 27, 2 to 5 p.m. Free of charge. For more informa- St., 8:30 and 11 a.m. worship. (860) 828-3637. tion, call (860) 828-6586. Kensington Congregational: Bible study -- Wednesdays, 11 a.m., in the church parlor. For more information, call (860) 828-4511.

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Sports Several Redcoat squads begin title quests By Nate Brown

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Baseball The Redcoats walked away

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at bay while the Berlin bats went off, recording 16 hits. Senior Darren Grabowski went 3-for-3 with a triple and a run batted in, while juniors Alec

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Norton and Logan Taricani both went 3-for-4. Berlin was set to face East Lyme in the second round after the paper went to print. The Redcoats readied themselves for a deep tournament run last week by finishing their regular season on a 19-game win streak, using wins over Plainville and Platt to end strong. After running away with a 10-3 win over Plainville, the Redcoats crushed the Panthers of Platt in their season finale, 11-0. Senior Kyle Naples pitched as if it was his final game, helping to limit the Panthers to only three hits. On offense, the Redcoats were led by Taricani, who went 2-for-3 with two doubles and three runs batted in. Sophomore Andrew Charbonneau also had an impressive day at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

The win over Plainville helped Berlin to clinch the number one seed for the Class L state tournament. Barring an upset against East Lyme, the Redcoats will look to continue their run to a state title on Friday, June 6, against the winner of the Cheney Tech/ New Canaan. Softball The Lady Redcoats were victorious in their first round Class L state tournament game against Branford, finishing off the Hornets 6-3. Senior Makayla Harris earned the victory on the mound while receiving plenty of help at the plate from her teammates. Senior Courtney Silvia went 3-for-3 with a home run, two runs batted in and two runs scored. Senior Amanda Patterson also added a home run for Berlin. See Sports / Page 16

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opponents. The girls wrapped up their regular season with a doubleheader against Middletown, defeating the Blue Dragons 3-0 and 5-1. Harris earned both victories on the mound, as Berlin outhit Middletown 21-13 in the two combined games. Patterson went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three runs batted in during the second game. Should the Lady Redcoats pull of the minor upset over Rockville, the girls would take on the winner of Torrington/ Foran Thursday, June 5. Boys lacrosse The Redcoats have used a recent hot streak to solidify their place in the Class M state tournament and give them plenty of momentum headed into postseason play. Although the boys lost their final game of the season, 11-9 to Newington, the Redcoats won five of their last seven games to help avoid a state qualifying round game. Berlin, which finished with a record of 10-6 and are seeded ninth overall in Class M, was slated to travel to West Haven to take on the eighth-seeded Notre Dame Green Knights (10-6) Wednesday, June 4. Should the Redcoats come up victorious, they’ll most likely travel to Darien to take on the top seeded Blue Wave Saturday, June 7. Although the Berlin boys lost two of their final three regular season games, the blemishes came by a combined five goals. The team’s first four losses came by a combined 33 goals, an average margin of defeat of 8.3. Girls lacrosse After a back and forth start to the regular season, the Lady


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Redcoats are most definitely on the right path headed into postseason play. Following a 15-1 shellacking of the Bristol co-op, Berlin carried a fivegame win streak into its first round Class M matchup. The 10th-seeded Lady Redcoats (10-6) were slated to travel to New Fairfield to challenge the seventh-seeded Rebels (11-5) Tuesday, June 3. Berlin carried all the momentum into this matchup, as the locals outscored their opponents 69-40 during their recent five-game streak. The Redcoats have also proven to be a difficult out on the road, going 4-4 away from home this season, including three straight wins while gone from the confines of Sage Park. Should the Berlin girls upset the Rebels, they will face the winner of the 2-15 seed matchup of Joel Barlow and Pomperaug Thursday, June 5. The girls have already faced Joel Barlow this season, losing to the Falcons 14-4 back on May 12. Girls golf The Lady Redcoats wrapped up their regular season in style, winning their last two matches by an average margin of more than 100 strokes. The girls began their final week with a strong road victory over New Britain, 180262. Berlin juniors Julia Kemmling and Ashley D’Attilio were named co-medalists of the match, as both scored 42’s at Stanley Golf Course in New Britain. The Lady Redcoats kept the good times rolling with a manhandling of East Hartford. The girls ran away with a 166-299 victory over a young and inexperienced Hornets team. Kemmling shot a strong 36 to once again take home the honors as match medalist. The Berlin girls, currently ranked third in the state behind Staples and Greenwich, will look to defend their three-time state title Tuesday, June 10 at Orange Hills Country Club. Boys golf Having put early season struggles behind them, the Redcoats have hit their stride over the last few weeks as they near the upcoming state

tournament. The team went 2-0 last week with only one week remaining in their regular season. The Redcoats walked away with a dual victory and a season-best team score over New Britain and Goodwin Tech last week, winning by a final count of 157-173-227. Berlin senior Austin Forauer shot a 34 to be named the match medalist at Stanley Golf Club in New Britain. Berlin wrapped up its strong week with a convincing 168-186 victory over Middletown at Lyman Orchards in Middlefield. The win was the team’s seventh straight following a dual loss to Wethersfield and Simsbury May 14. Currently ranked eighth at the boys Division-II level, the Redcoats will look to improve upon that standing as well as last season’s finish. Berlin placed eighth at the 2013 D-II championship with a score of 321, nine strokes off of a top five finish. This year’s D-II championship will be held Wednesday, June 11 at Fairview Farms in Harwinton. Boys tennis After finishing the regular season on a tear, the Redcoats began their pursuit for a Class M state title this past weekend. However, several of the Berlin contingency were bounced from contention early, and only one Redcoat remained in the hunt as of press time. Senior singles players Brian Kennure and Mike Gurrieri were both eliminated in the opening round super set format. Kennure fell 8-5 while Gurrieri fell 8-6. Junior Jack Stafstrom, whose regular season record allowed him a bye into the first round, fell in three sets to Sean Karasik of Bunnell, 7-5, 6-7(5), 12-10. Stafstrom’s match was only one of three first round matches that needed a decisive third set, and the most competitive match, as each set required extra tennis to decide a winner. On the doubles side of the bracket, seniors Zach Mayer and Richard Schlichting fell in their first round matchup 4-6, 6-0, 10-5. Berlin’s other two

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teams both made it past the first round, with seniors Reid Hilbie and Kris Langevin winning 6-0, 6-0, and senior Andrew Chyra and sophomore Jordan Chyra winning by default. Neither team was as successful in the next round, with Chyra/Chyra falling 6-1, 6-1, and Hilbie/Langevin dropping a tough three set bout, 6-4, 0-6, 10-6. The lone Redcoat remaining in the tournament was senior singles player Dan Rombola. Rombola, the second-seed in the entire singles tournament, defeated Matthew Lombardi of Branford in round one (6-1, 6-0) before trouncing Hao Xu of Ellington/Somers in round two (6-0,

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once more throughout the regular season. An even more impressive number for the girls from the first half of the year to the last was the game count. Over the first eight matches, the Lady Redcoats recorded only 16 individual match wins, while their opponents recorded 40 individual wins. During the second half of the year, it was the Lady Redcoats who won more individual matches than their opponents, 29-27. Girls outdoor track The Lady Redcoats finished second at the CCC South championship meet, held May 28 at Bristol Eastern High School. Berlin finished with a team score of 133, finishing behind only Bristol Central (179.5) in the eight-team meet. Several teams and individuals had strong performances to lead the Lady Redcoats throughout the meet, includ-

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DiCicco finished first in the 800 with a time of 2:24.24. Fellow BHS junior Sarah Hagen finished third with a time of 2:32.96. Grieco finished first in the 1,600 with a time of 5:25, while freshman Lisa Grieco finished fourth in the same event with a time of 5:48.83. Grieco and Grieco mirrored their 1,600 success in the 3,200, as Michelle took home first place with a time of 11:52.05, while Lisa, once again, finished fourth with a time of 12:37.87. Madeia also had a strong individual showing, winning the 400 in 59.94, while Budney finished first in the 200, an event Berlin dominated. Budney finished in 26.91, while teammates Daddario and senior Samantha Carbonell finished fourth (27.36) and seventh (28.16), respectively.

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Sacred Heart Church, 48 Cottage St., East Berlin, Mass: Saturday 8 a.m., Vigil: 4 p.m. Sunday: 8 a.m., 9:30, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., Tuesdays: 8 a.m., Wednesdays: 8 a.m., noon, Thursdays: 8 a.m., Fridays: 8 a.m. Confession: Saturdays, from 3:15 to 4 p.m., and by appointment. (860) 828-0519. Saint Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, 68 Main St., East Berlin, 9 a.m. Sunday Eucharist; 10 a.m. Sunday School, stgabrielseastberlinct.org (860) 828-3735. St. Paul Church, 484 Alling St., Mass on Saturday, 4 p.m. Vigil Mass, Sunday 7:30, 9 ,10:30 a.m. and noon, Weekdays 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. (860) 828-0331. United Methodist Church, 139 Main St., East Berlin. Sunday worship, 10 a.m. Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln St., Sunday Services at 9 and 11 a.m. (860) 225-0661.


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TOOL MAKER - F/T at Aerospace Techniques. Looking for an experienced tool maker in Middletown, CT. Requires high school degree or equivalent, 5 yrs relevant experience. Candidate must have exp in partial or full machining of aerospace components, utilizing both conventional and unconventional methods. Responsibilities include: building engineer designed tools, refurbishing and maintaining manufacturer tools. Skills: blueprint reading, G.D.T., clear verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently and helping co-workers. Able to source and order materials and components. Compensation is commensurate w/experience. Benefit package avail. Interested applicants may call 860-3471200, ext: 301 or email tcraig@aerospacetechniques.com. An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment w/ out regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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Entry Level Data Administrator Requirements: . Applicants must have 1-2 years of experience using Microsoft Access and VBA. . Knowledge of Mailing Industry is beneficial. Responsibilities: . Integrate specific procedures for loading/ transferring data from external sources into our production database. . Create query to identify errors in the data and update records accordingly. . Enhance existing database records for the presentation of a high quality personalized direct mail piece. . Ability to work independently to meet assigned deadlines. Forward resume to Elizabeth McKay, Letter Concepts, Inc., P.O. Box 436, Berlin, CT 06037 or email to lizm@letterconcepts.com

HVAC TECHNICIAN- Commercial serviced based Co. seeking D2 & S2 license technicians. Full benefits. Contact by phone 860-846-0735/ email pswain@p-temp.com IMMEDIATE OPENING SHORT ORDER COOK Full time, experience preferred. Apply in person New Guida’s Restaurant (Route 66, Middlefield) MERIDEN LANDSCAPING - seeking to fill 3 FT positions immed. 2 crewmen & 1 leadman. Mowing exp. & a valid CT drivers license necessary. Apply Mon, Wed or Fri 10-1 at 877 N Colony Rd or call 1-877-9-NEWLAND.

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MERIDEN - Landscaping company seeking to fill three full time positions immediately. 2 crewpeople and 1 leadperson. Mowing experience and a valid CT drivers license necessary. Apply Mon, Wed or Friday 10-1 at 877 North Colony Road or call 1-877-9NEWLAND. SPRINGMAKER - CNC or mechanical machines all shifts. Excellent benefit program for family security. Interested candidates should submit resume to: Dir. Human Resources, Acme Monaco Corp. 75 Winchell Rd. New Britain 06052. Fax 860-612-0407 or email: jdean@acmemonaco. com. Applications accepted during the hours of 8 am-5 pm. TEACHER - F/T position avail. at Kindercare of Meriden. 2 yrs. exp. & CDA req. Benefits avail. Call Steffanie or Melissa 203-634-4465. ENGINEER: Transmission Planning Senior Engineer (Economic Analysis) Position available in Hartford, CT. Perform system planning, market simulations, economic modeling and analysis, and analyses of steady state and dynamic power flow. Develop, prepare, and implement transmission power flow, short circuit and reliability studies, dynamic analyses, power system economic analysis, power market simulations, general interconnection and other transmission studies using a variety of complex simulation models such as PSS/E Powerflow or PSS/E Dynamics and power system production cost modeling applications to determine and recommend solutions to senior management. Apply to: ATTN: LS-TPSE, Northeast Utilities Service Company, 107 Selden St, Berlin, CT 06037

Mobile Homes For Sale PROSPECT - 10% off NOW $44,500, NEW 2013, 2 BR, 1 BA, w/appls. Liberty (860) 747-6881.

Lots and Acreage TWO GRAVES - On one plot in Section 26, Lot 47, Walnut Grove Cemetery, Meriden, CT, retails for $1,800, will take best offer, must be sold together. Robin Sandler, 203-483-0003, Robin@ RobinSandler.com

Condos For Rent MERIDEN Condo, Lg 2 BR, Top Fl. Balcony, pool, spa, cent/air. E. Main St. 2 mos sec, credit ck. $800. No pets. 203 284-0597. MERIDEN - 2BR, 1.5 BA, w/ garage, gas heat, central air.$1,250/mo.+utilities. 203-605-6194

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PUREBRED Maltese Puppies 3 Males $900 Call 860-302-5371

SEARS XCARGO CARTOP CARRIER - 18 cuft. capacity, includes roof rack for easy attachment to car roof. Excellent condition. $80. 203-6860614. SCHWINN Chopper bicycle, hardly used, $100. 203.631.4597

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LONG SOFA - High Pillow Back, Navy plaid, excellent condition. $450. Call 860-826-6597, Leave Message.

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Furniture & Appliances RECLINERS - Like new! 2 blue, slightly used in EXCELLENT condition! $200. each. 203 678-4478

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Comm / Industrial for Rent MERIDEN - 9,000 sq.ft., floor drains throughout, loading dock, drive-in, showers, retail exposure, 3-phase 440 electric. (203) 639-7306.

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HOT TUB: Six person, 28 jets w/ all options. Never used. Cost $6000, Sacrifice $2999. Can Deliver. Call Mike, 203-232-8778.

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AFFORDABLE Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators and Stoves. Appliance Repairs Will Deliver (203) 284-8986

ALWAYS BUYING CASH PAID Vintage Electronics, Musical Instruments, Amps, Ham Equipment, HiFi, Radios, CB, Guitars, Audio Equipment. Antiques. 860 707-9350

STOVE GE Electric - 42” with 2 Ovens. Great Condition. Gold. $50.00. 860-830-9601.

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NAUTICAL - Oars, compasses, charts, bells, model boats, etc. 203206-2346.

DREXEL Heritage love seat with slip cover, very good condition, floral design $275.00 Medium size refrigerator, white, $50, car bubble for storage, $35. Call 203.631.4597 MOUNTAIN BIKE Specialized Rock Hopper with RockShox, Purple/Blue with Speedometer. $175. Call 860 645-7245.

WANTED: Antiques, costume jewelry, old toys, military & anything old. Open 6 days. 18 S. Orchard St. Wallingford CT Stop by or call: 203-284-3786 WANTED older wooden boxes, yard sticks, measuring devices, bottles Call 203-206-2346


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GARY Wodatch Demolition Svs Sheds, pools, decks, garages. Quick, courteous svc. All calls returned. Ins. #566326. Cell 860-558-5430 Office 203-235-7723. GARY Wodatch Debris Removal of Any Kind. Homeowners, contractors. Quick, courteous svc. All calls returned. Ins. #566326. Office 203 2357723 Cell 860 558-5430. PETE IN THE PICKUP Junk Removal and More No Job too Big/Small We Do it All 860 840-8018

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PAUL’S MASONRY New & Repairs. Stone walls, arches, chimneys, sidewalks, fireplaces. Free est. #614863. 203-706-9281

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GUTTERS DON’T WORK IF THEY’RE DIRTY For gutter cleaning, Call Kevin (203) 440-3279 Fully ins. CT# 569127

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Spring Clean-ups 20% OFF IF YOU Mention This Ad Spring Yard Clean-Ups Brush, Branches, Leaves, Storm Damage **JUNK REMOVAL** Appl’s, Furniture, Junk, Debris, etc WE CAN REMOVE ANYTHING Entire house to 1 item removed! FREE ESTIMATES Sr. Citizen Discount LIC & INS. 203-535-9817 or 860-575-8218

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