Page 28


The Southington Citizen — Friday, October 5, 2012

originally scheduled for Friday afternoon, will now be Continued from page 27 held on Saturday. Interested competitors are urged to conval’s coordinator, Jim Chamtact festival officials immedipagne, “the glue that holds us ately. all together.” “Have a terrific time over Because of the rain delay, some new events at this the next two weekends,” year’s festival, such as family Miceli said onstage during night, will now be held next the opening ceremony. “This weekend. On Friday, families is something residents of will be able to purchase un- Southington can be proud of. limited-ride wristbands for We are very spirited, and we are very special.” $20. Andrew Ragali is a reA lack of interest in the bed race prompted a call to porter for the Record-Journal. arms by Palmieri during the He can be followed on Twitter opening ceremony. The race, @Andyragz.


Photo by Jim McGovern

Kids dunk their faces in apple pie for the apple pie eating contest.

Are YOU ready for a Career change?

Family Fun Time Bowling Family Fun Time Bowling is a charity event in which all proceeds will be donated to Southington Social Services. Families will be adopted and provided with holiday dinners and gifts. The event is being hosted by Junior Miss Southington 2012 Haley Derwin and will take place Sunday, Nov. 4, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Apple Valley Bowl, 1304 S. Main St. There is a cost to attend which includes two hours of bowling, shoes and ball. To purchase bowling lanes or raffle tickets, contact Jodie Derwin at (860) 5189041, or

Have you been considering a career change? Recent studies show the rapid growth of new technologies ranks as one of the main reasons why many IT managers are begging for workers.* Whether you are brand new to the IT field, or have a computer science degree and are looking to focus your skills, look no further than CCS.

Southington’s Full Service REFUSE & RECYCLING Company

CCS offers classes ranging from A+ and Network+ certification courses for those new to the IT field to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (and soon Server 2012,) Cisco, VMWare and much more. Classes run both day and evening and with three offices in Connecticut, there is something for everyone.

Swit weeklych your tr recy ash & servic cling e to and re HQ ce first 3 ive your month s



Stop by and come see for yourself!

860-422-5678 or 860-406-1061

*article from published 8/8/12

Students enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, lunch, and unlimited coffee, tea and soda with every class at CCS. It's the little things that make a big difference...We look forward to seeing in class soon! 1259818

Call or stop by today ~ 1-800-628-8979


COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS Receive 1st Month of Trash service

101 E. Summer St. Plantsville, CT 06479 (on the rail trail!)

809 Main St. E. Hartford, CT 06108

344 W. Main St. Milford, CT 06460


Switch your weekly TRASH & RECYCLING SERVICE to HQ & Get Your First 3 Months


$25.00* OFF Your Next


A $79.50 VALUE!

*With service agreement & new customers only. Expires 11/30/12.

*With service agreement & new customers only. Expires 11/30/12.

10 yd., 15 yd. 20 yd. & 40 yd *You must mention coupon when ordering your container for proper credit. Expires 11/30/12.

44 t h Annual


Apple Harvest Festival October 5, 6 & 7

10-05-2012 The Southington Citizen  

10-05-2012 The Southington Citizen

10-05-2012 The Southington Citizen  

10-05-2012 The Southington Citizen