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Town Council tables Gura Building action after heated discussions By Julie Sopchak The Southington Citizen

Heated discussions ensued again at Monday’s Town Council meeting. Council members could not get on the same page during discussions on the fate of the Gura Building, resulting in the item being tabled for the next meeting. Additional requirements to

the project were sprung by Republican Chairman John Dobbins, who prepared a written statement which outlined what the Southington Community Cultural Arts, the group attempting to take over the building, would have to do: — Raise funds for the entire project by January 2014 — Raise funding and lifetime services of construction costs

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— Pay for upkeep and maintenance of the property during pre-construction — Raise $276,000 for two years of operating expenses prior to construction — A lease and loan agreement would need to be hashed out by legal staff, and would be broken if the SCCA could not meet obligations or asked the town for funds for any reason. — The SCCA could also not use any grants that would incur financial obligation or administrative responsibility to the town under the agreement. “This compromise allows the SCCA to pursue an arts center and protects the taxpayer from any costs both pre and post-construction,” Dobbins said. Councilor Christopher Palmieri said he was “honestly outraged” at the requirements put forth by Dobbins, saying he attempted to communicate beforehand about what was going to be discussed and got no information, though Dobbins’ statement appeared to have been prepared well before the meeting. “We had to sit here and make [the SCCA] jump through hoops to get information before the meeting and we’re handed this,” Palmieri said. “Tonight, to get these stipulations that we had no knowledge about is completely unfair.”

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Southington RepublicanDemocratic Primary results *For a complete breakdown of results, visit www.thesouthingtoncitizen.com U.S. Senate Republican Linda McMahon: Total – 1,398 Christopher Shays: Total – 275 Democratic Christopher Murphy: Total – 968 Susan Bysiewicz: Total – 492

McMahon, Murphy win primary in town By Julie Sopchak The Southington Citizen By wide margins, U.S. Senate candidates Linda McMahon (R) and Chris Murphy (D) won the town’s vote in Tuesday’s primary. Both were the party-endorsed candidate for their respective parties. McMahon beat fellow Republican Christopher Shays by a total of 1,398 to 275, and Murphy beat fellow Democrat Susan Bysiewicz by a smaller margin of 968 to 492. The two candidates won not just in Southington, but statewide, and will be on the ballot on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. The election didn’t boast solid turnout numbers for Southington, as only 27.5 percent of Republicans and 18 percent of Democrats cast a vote at the polls. Assistant Registrars Dolores Longo and Teresa Colaninno were at Derynoski Elementary School and said the entire day was slow, except for a little bit of a pickup in the evening. “There were more people working here than who voted,” said Longo jokingly. “It was very See Election, page 5

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Southington restaurants to serve up slices at annual Pizza Fest By Julie Sopchak The Southington Citizen

It’s time to grab a slice, or two, or three. Southington’s third annual Pizza Fest is on its way, slated for Thursday, Aug. 23, to find out just who makes the best pie in town. Hosted by the Southington Chamber of Commerce, the event boasted around 400 people last year, with restaurants cooking up their signature slices to dole out to hungry crowds. Chamber President Art Secondo said each restaurant probably made around 25 pizzas each. With a

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The 62nd annual Southington Grange Fair will be held on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Southington Grange, located at the corner of Summit Street and Knowles Avenue. Admission is free. Garden vegetables, fruits, flowers, jellies, jams, pickles, and baked goods may be entered for ribbons and premium prizes. Breakfast and lunch will be provided, with barbeque chicken from 4 to 6 p.m. Tickets for barbeque chicken are required, and can be purchased in advance or at the door – purchasing at the door will cost more. There will be an auction with baked goods, flowers, vegetables, and fruit. Vendors for hobbies and crafts are wanted. For more information or chicken tickets, call Mary at (860) 6289346.

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slow all day today.” “It did pick up a little bit around supper time,” Colaninno said. Longo said in all the years she’s worked elections, this was the slowest she’d ever seen it. McMahon has been running her campaign with a platform of creating jobs and re-strengthening the nation’s economy, formulating a jobs plan of her own. Murphy has also been working on the jobs issue, developing this platform by going on a jobs tour and communicating with Connecticut employers and employees. Southington Republican Town Committee Chair Brian Callahan personally endorsed McMahon back in June because of her experi-

ence with business and belief in smaller government. Along with his personal endorsement, the committee also endorsed McMahon. “There’s a person that really understands how to build and grow a business and employ people,” Callahan said. McMahon has ties to Southington. She announced her candidacy to run for U.S. Senate at Coil Pro Machinery in town, and also used to operate a business on Main Street, according to Callahan. Southington Democratic Town Committee Chair Elaine Bedard said the committee did endorse the candidate who Bedard said “got his start in Southington” as a state Rep. for the 81st district in Southington. “I’m thrilled Chris won,” Bedard said. “I’m not surprised he won, he’s a very hard worker, very dedicated.”

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Southington teens competing in dragon boat race By Farrah Duffany Special to The Citizen

Ten Southington teenagers marched down the wobbling wooden pier toward the Connecticut River at the Jaycees Community Boathouse in Riverside Park. Each wore a blue, yellow or red life jacket and carried a paddle. Then, two at a time, they climbed into the red-and-white dragon boat from the front to back, while other teammates held the boat as steady as they could. After everyone was in, it was time to practice. “Row beat team ready!” yelled Marilyn Rodriguez, the team’s temporary coach. “Paddles up. Go!” The Southington teens are part of a 20-person crew called the Dragon Slayers, a

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Members of the Dragon Slayers, a dragon boat paddling team from Southington, paddle down the Connecticut River in Hartford for a practice session on Aug. 8. They will compete in a race on Saturday, Aug. 18, as part of Riverfront Dragon Boat Race and Asian Festival. dragon boat race team. Aug. 8 was their fourth and last practice before they compete

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Southington middle school project still over voter-approved budget By Farrah Duffany Special to The Citizen

The latest proposed design for DePaolo and Kennedy middle schools would cost $86.76 million to make a reality, the renovation project construction manager said. That’s 2 percent over the budget approved for the project by voters. Despite that, the Middle School Building Committee voted 5-0 to accept the design and the preliminary budget — with more changes to come as the project moves forward, members said, they

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An Open Letter to the Southington Community from The Southington Interfaith Clergy Association Dear Southington Community Friends and Neighbors, The members of the Southington Interfaith Clergy Association wish to stand publicly with the members of the Sikh community, both here and Wisconsin, in the aftermath of the senseless violence and the tragic and unwarranted loss of innocent lives at the Oak Creek, Wisconsin temple on Sunday, August 5th. Once again, ignorance and hatred has reared its ugly head, and all of us feel the sting of sadness and grief at this sign of brokenness... Violence done to one part of our community diminishes us all.

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could complicate the project at times when unknown problems arise; the contingency money means Newfield should be able to overcome those issues. It told the committee that it is reasonable to move forward with the estimate, and change things if needed. Melissa Sheffy made the motion to approve the $86.76 million estimate as a preliminary budget. “My motion would be to approve budget based on schematic design,” Sheffy said. Other members present — Palmieri, Colleen Clark, Chairman Edward Pocock

As people of faith, we grieve with those who have lost loved ones, and we pray for the Sikh community at large, and for our Sikh neighbors here in Southington. We are grateful for the rapid response and sacrifice of the Oak Creek police officers. We recognize the devastation that these acts of violence cause. We pray that understanding, forgiveness, and love may overcome the hate in our communities, and we seek to be agents of that love in our lives.

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him, at this stage in the process it is within reason. “We need to stay within $85 million,” Palmieri said. Newfield has “quite a bit in contingency funds and they don’t know what will be needed. As we get closer to actual construction, when the engineering comes in, we would have to reduce some things to get within the price tag of $85 million” if the total amount in the contingency fund is used. “At this point, it’s still early.” Newfield Construction said the estimate factors in the directive that both schools be the same and have identical floor plans. That


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pass the SCCA’s proposal, excluding the new plan put Continued from page 1 forth by Dobbins, which failed. SCCA Board of Directors Councilor John Barry said member Peter Veronneau the plan put forth by Dobbins said the money could not be was “unfortunate” because raised in full in a matter of he supports the idea of ex18 months, but the SCCA put panding the arts culture in in all the legwork to do every- town. thing asked of it since the “This almost seems to me Gura Building Committee as if you’re doing everything recommended to the council to stop it,” he said, “doing the building be leased to the everything to make it as diffiSCCA back in June. cult as possible.” “We didn’t put in all of this Republican Councilor Aljust for an exercise, we want bert Natelli also prepared a this thing,” Veronneau said. written statement, saying “Whatever we could do, we Councilor Dawn Miceli’s powere willing to do, and none sition on the building comof this stuff was ever dis- mittee and involvement with cussed.” the SCCA provided a conflict Palmieri made a motion to of interest.

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pointed the position on the committee by former council Chairman Edward Pocock III, and raised her concern of conflict of interest to him and Town Attorney Mark Sciota. “They both assured me you need to have a little bit of passion to be involved with these committees,” Miceli said. “Many of us are involved with committees that also engage our passions. I stand by my work on that committee – I do believe we did do our due diligence, quite frankly.” Palmieri motioned to table the action, which failed in order to have more discussion. Republican Councilor Peter Romano said he did not approve of actions on both sides of the issue, and called for more courtesy in

future discussions of the building’s fate. “This is an extremely heated issue, I understand the passion on both sides,” Romano said. “There have been times I feel like I have been bullied in this process, but I understand it because it’s passion – that’s the great thing, but there’s got to be civility with it.” “I do believe everybody wants this, I do believe it’s good for the town, I can’t fathom anyone saying it’s not good for the town,” said Republican Councilor Louis Martocchio. “Let’s find a way to get it done.” Republican Councilor Cheryl Lounsbury said she felt the due diligence was performed by the town, and hoped to move the project forward one way or another.

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The Peace Cafe, a performance venue and coffeehouse located below the meetinghouse of the First Congregational Church of Southington, 37 Main St., is opening its doors to talented acts in 30 minute segments during the Apple Harvest Festival. To get a spot, submit a link of audition video to peacecafe@firstchurchsouthington.org .

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The musical, Company, will be produced by the Steeple Players of First Congregational Church of Southington. Auditions will be held Sunday, Sept. 9, or Monday, Sept. 10, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the church, 37 Main St. Shows will be Nov. 9, 10, 11, 16, and 17. There will be parts for six men, ages 30 and older, and for eight women, college aged and older. Be prepared to read from the script and sing a song. For

questions or if interested in assisting with any other part of the show like lights, set, or sound, e-mail the show’s producers, John Zimmerman at johnzim@cox.net, or Chris Aulbach at caulbach @cox.net .

Music series at Tunxis The community is invited to a Summer Music Series presented by the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra’s Summer Music Institute from Aug. 12 to 25 in the courtyard at Tunxis Community College, at the junction of Routes 6 and 177 in Farmington. In the event of rain, performances will be held indoors in Tunxis Cyber Café. Friday, Aug. 17, 7 p.m. — Connecticut Virtuosi student recital. Saturday, Aug. 18, 7 p.m. — Piano and violin performance of Beethoven and Chopin with Jolanta Reszelska on piano and Adrian Sylveen on violin. Thursday, Aug. 23, 7 p.m.

— Choral concert with Polonia-Paderewski Chorus and the New Britain Chorale. Saturday, Aug. 25, 5 p.m. — Festival finale with performances by Connecticut Virtuosi’s Connecticut Lyric Opera and Youth Orchestra. For more information, visit the Tunxis website at www.tunxis.edu.

Fiddler on the Roof The PCS Youth Theater, now in its 27th season, will be presenting a musical Review: Fiddler on the Roof, on Friday Sept. 7 and Saturday Sept. 8 at the Plainville High School Auditorium, Robert Holcomb Way Plainville. The curtain time is 7:30 p.m. on both evenings and there is an admission per person. Tickets will be available from any cast member, at Saints Restaurant in Southington and at The Plainville Senior Center. The cast consists of 64 performers between the ages of eight and 15 from the Central Connecticut Community:

Bristol, Burlington, Farmington, Kensington, New Britain, Plainville, Southington and Terryville. The Artistic Director of the PCS Youth Theater is Peter Peluso, Maryjane Peluso is Music Director, Chris Kuzia is Choreographer and Foster White is Producer.

Auditions for Macbeth The New Britain Youth Theater Teen Company will hold auditions for William Shakespeare’s Macbeth on Sunday, Aug. 26 and Monday, Aug. 27, at 6 p.m. at Trinityon-Main Performance Center at 19 Chestnut St., New Britain. The production will be performed at Trinity-onMain on Nov. 16, 17 and 18. The production will be directed by NBYT Artistic Director David B. Sousa. Auditions are open to 13 to 18-year-olds from any town. Roles are available for up to 20 actors, and all levels of experience are welcome. Those auditioning should prepare a monologue (which may be

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Grace United Methodist Church, 121 Pleasant St., will hold its annual Country Fair on Saturday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine. Vendors can get an application and more information from www.graceumcsouthington.org, or call (860) 628-6996. The fair will also

Gishrei Shalom Jewish Congregation of Southington will conduct Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services this year at the First Congregational Church of Southington, 37 Main St. Rabbi Shelley Kovar Becker will lead services, accompanied by cantorial soloist Beth Rosenblatt. Services will begin Sunday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. Morning services will begin 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 17 – a Tashlich service will follow at Recreation Park. Kol Nidre will begin at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

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Yom Kippur observance will continue with morning services at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with Yizkor immediately following. Afternoon service will begin at 4 p.m. and conclude with Neilah – a community breakfast will be held after. For information about tickets or membership, contact Sue Kleinman at (860) 621-7811.

Shabbat in the Park Congregation Kol Ami, Cheshire, invites the community to celebrate its 10th annual “Shabbat in the Park” on Friday, Aug. 31, at Cheshire Park. The event will be an opportunity to meet new Rabbi Josh Ratner. Evening will begin at 6 p.m.

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Sunday morning worship services at Plantsville Congregational Church, 109 Church St., will begin at 9 a.m. for the months of July and August. The church will return to 10 a.m. worship on Sunday, Sept. 2. For more information call the church office at (860) 6285595.

The Southington Knights of Columbus is establishing a Squire Circle in Southington. Squires is the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus and is a leadership development program for young Catholic men ages 10 to 18. The Squire Circle is an athletic team,

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The sixth annual DePaolo Family Foundation Golf Tournament will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at Southington Country Club, 150 Savage St. All monies received at the fundraiser will go directly to the foundation, which fosters positive change in the community by donating to various local organizations and endeavors. For more information, contact Barry or Cheryl at Anthony Jack’s Restaurant at (860) 426-1487.

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The 36th Annual Kielbasa Open, sponsored by Southington Polish Falcons Nest 307, 33 Knowles Ave., Southington, will be held Sunday, Sept. 9, at Southington Country Club, Savage Street, Southington, tee times shotgun start at 8 a.m. There is a cost per player and includes golf and cart is an “ All you can eat ” lunch with beer, soda, and bottled water at the golf course and a full course steak dinner at the Falcons Club after the round of golf approximately 1:30 p.m. Prizes and giveaways are over $3,000. Hole sponsors are still available. Proceeds benefit Polish Falcons Scholarship Fund. To reserve tee times for this event contact: Jeff Jalowiecki (860) 628-8461 or Don Kopcza (860) 961-3373.

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absolute best that you can actually do,” Rodriguez said as she helped the team practice paddling drills. “Look at each other, that’s the only way that you guys are going to stay together.” Rogus, La Follette, and their teammates are all looking forward to the competition. Rogus and La Follette agreed that it doesn’t matter where they place this time, as long as they give it their all. They’re excited to race again, the first time since last year. “Once your blood gets going and you get out on the water, it’s a whole different feeling,” said Rogus. “You get in the zone and you really get into it. It’s amazing to see us go out there as a unit paddling together.”

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Campaign Notes

Aug. 7 – State Sen. Joe Markley attended a Mobile Foodshare site at The Tabernacle Church, 1445 West St., to help promote food donations. Aug. 7 – U.S. Rep. John Larson hosted a forum to discuss consequences of too much money in politics Aug. 7 – U.S. Senate candidate Chris Murphy continued his “Getting to Work” tour at Phoenix Press in New Haven and received endorse-

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Police seeking information Southington police are looking for additional information concerning separate burglary and vandalism incidents involving Jordan Uliasz, who was arrested on July 27 and charged with first-degree burglary, home invasion, and fifth-degree larceny. Uliasz has been forensically linked to a vandalism incident in July 2011 in the area of West Pines Drive. Anyone with information can contact the Southington Police Department Detective Division at (860) 621-0101.

Tuesday, Aug. 28 Housing authority, Lincoln Lewis Terrace, 43 Academy St., 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4 Planning and zoning, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6 Board of water commission, 605 W. Queen St., 6 p.m. Conservation Commission, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10 Farmers’ market Town council, town hall council chambers, 7 The Farmers’ Market is held on Fridays at 997-1003 S. Main Street in Plantsville from 3 to 6 p.m., where local area farmers p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 sell their fresh produce and baked items. Senior Citizens Commission, Calendar For more information, call Janet Mellon or Mark FazzoHouse, 388 Pleasant St., 6:30 p.m. lari, (860) 628-3761. Zoning board of appeals, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 12 Board of finance, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 Board of police commissioners, Southington Police Department Community Room, 69 Lazy Lane, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18 Planning and zoning, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20 Board of fire commissioners, fire headquarters, 310 N. Main St., 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24 Town council, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 Housing authority, Lincoln Lewis Terrace, 43 Academy St., 7 p.m. Zoning board of appeals, town hall council chambers, 7 p.m.

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People aged 40 years and older, and women in particular, are more likely to experience “frozen shoulder,” which can be caused by injury to the rotator cuff that leads to immobility. Adhesive capsulitis (the medical term) involves inflammation of the watertight sac, known as a capsule, which bathes the shoulder in nutritious fluid. When irritation caused by throwing leads to chronic inflammation, scar tissue may develop within and around the joint. Adhesive capsulitis can progress to the point where the shoulder is rendered immobile, hence the name “frozen shoulder.”The key to effectively treating this condition is early intervention. Proper shoulder function and motion can be restored by addressing both joint mechanics and supporting muscles. Chiropractors have helped many people experiencing the immobility and pain from a “frozen shoulder.”Visit our clinic at 200 Queen St. and discuss your treatment options. Call (860) 621-2225 for an appointment. Most insurance accepted. We offer custom rehabilitative exercise combined with gentle chiropractic adjustments. The answers you need. The care you deserve. P.S. “Active release” muscle therapy’s aim is to reduce the scar-tissue “stickiness” associated with “frozen shoulder” by “breaking up” scar tissue with precisely applied tension in combination with specific patient movements.


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‘Artistic Impressions’ Jo Rembish, of Southington, will present her acrylic paintings of still life, landscapes, and florals in a show, “Artisitic Impressions” at The Gallery at The Orchards, 34 Hobart St., from Sept. 1-30. Call The Orchards for available day and evening viewing hours at (860) 628-5656. For further information, visit www.southingtonartsandcrafts.homestead.com . Photo courtesy of Jo Rembish

“Lemons and Zinnias” by Jo Rembish.

The Southington Library is located at 255 Main St. For more information or to register for a program, visit the library website at www.south ingtonlibrary.org and click on the calendar or contact the reference desk, at (860) 6280947, ext. 5, or the children’s department, ext. 3. Registration is required for most programs unless otherwise indicated. The library is open Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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ment, music, and parachute games. Children may attend independently, but caregivers must stay in building while class is in session. Class runs five weeks and meets on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. beginning Sept. 17. For more information, contact Shelley Holley at Children’s Services at (860) 628-0947 or holleys@south ington.org .

Garden Earth lecture The Southington Library and Orchard Valley Garden Club are co-sponsoring landscape designer Maureen Haseley-Jones, a.k.a. “The English Lady,” when she visits Southington during her

statewide “Garden Earth” tour, a lecture series to reconnect people’s hearts and hands with gardens. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Southington Library. Registration is required.

Eagle Scout project Eagle Scout candidate Leon Peschel will discuss his restoration project of the Barnes Museum Victorian Garden on Thursday, Aug. 23, at 6:30 p.m. at the Southington Library. Peschel will give tips on how to plan and coordinate a garden project. Registration is required. See Library, page 30

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ber, the event has grown from what it used to be, when it got Continued from page 2 its start at Mulberry Gar“We’re trying to put the dens. “Years ago it was held at good stuff there, see how peoMulberry Gardens and it just ple like it,” he said. There is an admission fee got too big,” Secondo said. “It to attend, but all the proceeds got so popular they just gave will go towards the Cham- it up and we jumped in.” So the showdown will take ber’s scholarship fund, which hands out three $500 scholar- place on Thursday, Aug. 23, ships to three graduating beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Southington High School Hawk’s Landing Country seniors every year. Secondo Club, 305 Pattonwood Drive. said if there is an opportuni- Winners will be announced ty to raise money at this time at 7:45 p.m. Participating restaurants of year, it’s a good time to take advantage, especially are: Back Nine Tavern, with other events like the re- Bertucci’s, Bacci’s, Giovancently-held Italian Festival ni’s, Machiavelli’s, Priceand Taste of Southington to Chopper, Napoli Deli, Zingarella’s, Randy’s Wooster St. compliment it. He said while only a three- Pizza, Bon Terra Italian year lifespan with the Cham- Grill, and The Fireplace.

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School Briefs

Recent grads

The following students have graduated from their respective universities as of the 2011-12 school year. University at Albany, Albany, N.Y. — Rachel Harris, of Southington, bachelor of science.

Dean’s list

The following students have made dean’s list at their respective universities for the spring 2012 semester. Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y. — Katrina Aberizk, of Southington.

First day of school

The first day of school for Southington public schools will be Thursday, Aug. 30. It is a full day.

Fall registration

Credit registration for the fall 2012 semester is under way at Tunxis Community College, located at the junction of Routes 6 and 177, in Farmington. Continuing education (non-credit) registration is ongoing, offering career training for professions. For information on how to apply and register, contact the Admissions Office at (860) 255-3555. Late registration will take place Monday, Aug. 27.

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or to schedule an appointment at (860) 628-3761.

Nursery school opening Plantsville Community N ursery School is accepting applications for fall 2012. The school provides a quality preschool program and gives each child the opportunity to play, learn and ex-

plore in a safe and nurturing environment. The curriculum allows each child the ability to grow socially, emotionally, physically, cognitively, and creatively. The goal is to strengthen each developmental skill to its fullest so that each child has the confidence to succeed in Kindergarten and beyond. The school is now accept-

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Applications now accepted Applications are now being taken by Southington Community Services, 91 Norton St., Plantsville, for Back to School and Holiday Programs. The Back to School Program provides school supplies to children grades kindergarten to 12 returning to school in the fall. The holiday programs are for Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and holiday gifts. These programs are available to qualified Southington residents. Proof of income and Southington residency are required. Call Southington Community Services with questions

ing applications for fall 2012 for our 3-day morning program, 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 3day afternoon program 12:30 to 3 p.m. The school is also are accepting applications for Fall 2012 for the 2-day morning program, 9 to 11:30 p.m. Call and make an appointment to visit the school with a child with Debbie Boychuck, director at (860) 628-8878 or (860) 621-6486.

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The Class of 1960 classmates of New Britain High School, E.C. Goodwin Technical, Mary Immaculate Academy, and St. Thomas Aquinas Schools will celebrate their 70th birthdays on Sunday, Oct. 21, from 1 to 5 p.m., at Papa’s Dodge, Pit Stop Diner, 585 E. Main St., New Britain. There is a price per person to attend. For more information, contact Joan (Mancini) Noyes at jnoyes1485@coxnet or (860) 747-6137 or Kathy (Walsh) Fagan at kathleenf4@att.net. Refer to www.NBHS1960. com or e-mail NBHS1960 @gmail.com.

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The Southington Board of Education approved the following school lunch prices for the 2012-13 school year: Elementary school lunch, $2.50; middle school lunch, $2.75; high school lunch, $3; and reduced lunch prices remain at $.40. The last school lunch price increase was in school year 2008-09. The food service program will be following the implementation guidelines for the

nutrition standards in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. All students are eligible to purchase breakfast each day prior to the start of school. Breakfast prices are as follows: elementary and middle school, $1.75; high school, $2; reduced price, $.30. For more information contact Sherri DiNello, director of business and finance, (860) 628-3200.

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School Briefs

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St. Dominic registration Registration for pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade is available at St. Dominic School, 1050 Flanders Road. The school can be reached at (860) 628-4678, e-mail school@saintdominicchurch.com, or visit the website at www.saintdominicschoolct.org .

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NBSHS reunion The New Britain Senior High School Class of 1952 is holding its 60th class reunion on Sunday, Sept. 9, at Hawk’s Landing Country Club, 201 Pattonwood Dr. Questions or requests for registration can be made by contacting Bill Wisk at (860) 747-2309 or e-mail 4solutions@cox.net .

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All graduates of Pulaski High School will be gathering to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the opening of the school at Falcon Field on Farmington Avenue in New Britain on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 1 to 6 p.m. The event will include tours of the school, food, music, and a scholarship fund for future high school graduates with a connection Pulaski High School. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/wearepulaski .

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Southington Briefs

Town Wide Tag Sale

The Arc of Southington will hold its second annual Town Wide Tag Sale on Saturday, Sept. 22 (rain date Sunday, Sept. 23), throughout Southington, Plantsville, Marion, and Milldale. The tag sale is open to residents, businesses, and organizations and will be held at their individual locations (tag sale times will differ for each participant). Maps will be produced, showing tag sale locations and can be purchased on the morning of Sept. 22 at iDEALS Surplus Outlet, Napoli Deli, Paul Gregory’s, Plantsville Pharmacy, Price Chopper, Reno’s Hair Today, Southington Community Services, The Little Red Store, and Tops Supermarket. If anyone would like to participate and be listed on the map, call The Arc (860) 628-9220, ext. 100, for an application, or stop by to register

by Friday, Sept. 14. Businesses and organizations can also promote their specials, sales and goods by placing an ad on the map.

World War II exhibit The Southington Historical Society, 239 Main St., will feature tours and lectures about the World War II exhibit. On Saturday, Aug. 25, at 1 p.m. local historic artifact collector Ron Turcott will lecture about “Men on the Water: The Navy in WWII.� Lectures and programs are free to members of the historical society and veterans. A donation is asked of all other attending. Tours can also be scheduled by appointment by calling (860) 621-4811.

Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Derynoski School, 240 Main St. Audition day will determine the 12 competition finalists, who will then compete on multiple days during the Apple Harvest Festival. Based on audience

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recording studio. Winners also receive the chance to sing at various popular local restaurants. For more information call Melissa Ericksen-Salmon at (860) 276-8504 ext. 120, or at info@connecticuticon.com .

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Derynoski Elementary Kindergarten “Noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:28 a.m. Academy Street and Main Street, Center Place and Center Street, Hill Street and Rourke Avenue, 114 Beecher St., Beecher Street and Mill Street, 152 Water St., Beecher Street and Williams Street, 47 Water St., 50 S. Center St., Columbus Avenue and Liberty Street, Eden Avenue and Liberty Street, Bristol Street and Eden Avenue, Bristol Street and George Street. Bus 2: Start time 8:31 a.m. Berlin Avenue and Academy Lane, Berlin Avenue and Woodruff Street, Berlin Avenue and Highwood Avenue, Berlin Avenue and Oakland Road, Berkley Avenue and Berlin Street, Berkley Avenue and Taunton Street, Berkley Avenue and Berkley Court, 74 Homesdale Ave., 43 Homesdale Ave. Bus 3: Start time 8:32 a.m. Beecher Street and West Center Street, Matthews Street and West Center Street, Howard Avenue and West Center Street, Raynor Street and West Center Street, Francis Street and Warfield Road, Francis Street and North Summit Street, Autran Avenue and Bishop Avenue, 67 Bishop Ave., Ford Street and West Center Street, 42 Ford St. (winter stop), Ford Street and Mount Carmel Street, Walnut Street and Wolcott Street, Walnut Street and Westbrook Road, 412 W. Center St., Walnut Street and W. Center St., 324 W. Center St., West Center Street and Summit Street, Plaza Avenue and West Center Street, Speechley Avenue and West Center Street, West Center Street and Summer Street, Beecher Street and West Center Street. Bus 4: Start time 8:25 a.m. 178 East St., 340 East St., 386 East St., 400 East St., 492 East St., Savage Street and Sunset Ridge Drive, Canterbury Lane and Savage Street, Savage Street and Bridle Path, 825 Savage St., 774 Savage St., Savage Street and Weiss Way, 741 Savage St., Blue Hills Drive and Savage Street, 625 Savage St., 602 Savage St., Faye Lane and Savage Street. Bus 5: Start time 8:22 a.m. Mountain Edge Drive and Rockwood Drive, Blue Hills Drive and Mountain Edge Drive, Blue Hills Drive and Schlayer Farm Road, Schlayer Farm Road and Ferncliff Drive, Ferncliff Drive and Copper Ridge, 132 Panorama Drive, Blue

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Southington Bus Routes 2012-13 Hills Drive and Rockwood Drive, 273 Rockwood Drive, Rockwood Drive and Undermountain Crossing, Doe Meadow Court and East Street, 51 Woodland Ave., Beechwood Drive and Woodland Drive, Glenn Drive and Beechwood Drive. Bus 6: Start time 8:13 a.m. Meriden Avenue and Porriello Drive, 888 Meriden Ave., Greenwood Drive and Meriden Avenue, Meriden Avenue and Scenic Drive, 1144 Meriden Ave., 1262 Meriden Ave., 1372 Meriden Ave., 1414 Meriden Ave., 1570 Meriden Ave., 1614 Meriden Ave., 1644 Meriden Ave., 696 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Blatchley Avenue and MeridenWaterbury Road, Blatchley Avenue and Kiefer Road, Blatchley Avenue and Ruy Lane, 518 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, Masthay Circle and Meriden-Waterbury Road, 43 Craig Ave., 1579 Meriden Ave., Meriden Avenue and Village Gate Drive, Claudia Drive and Meriden Avenue, 1151 Meriden Ave., 913 Meriden Ave., 699 Meriden Ave. Bus 7: Start time 8:34 a.m. Amanda Lane and Rejean Road, Rejean Road and Christine Drive, Carter Lane and Round Hill Road, 185 Carter Lane, 157 Carter Lane, Carter Heights and Carter Lane, Carter Lane and Main Street, 600 Main St., 326 Bristol St., Bristol Street and Chestnut Street, 11 Chestnut St., 425 Main St. Bus 8: Start time 8:27 a.m. East Street and Hamilton Avenue, 755 East St., Valley View Court, Metacomet View and Valley View Court, 435 East St., Candlewood Lane and East Street, East Street and Rustic Oak Drive, Candlewood Lane and Pin Oak Drive, Partridge Drive and Pin Oak Drive, Candlewood Lane and Partridge Drive, 235 East St. Bus 9: Start time 8:27 a.m. 245 Gwen Road, Gwen Road and Gwen Place, 50 Jeffrey Lane, 600 Johnson Ave., Devonshire Drive and Johnson Avenue, Richmond Court and Johnson Avenue, 307 Pratt St., Pratt Street and South Woods Drive, 245 Pratt St., Pratt Street and Budding Ridge, Rahlene Drive and Pratt Street, Orchard Lane and Pratt Street, 595 MeridenWaterbury Turnpike, 633 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 655 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, 847 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 95 South End Road, 67 South End Road. Bus 10: Start time 8:29 a.m. Pond View Road and South End Road, Lawncrest Drive and Pond

View Drive, Pinecrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pinecrest Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Quaker Lane, Lawncrest Drive and Meadow Lane, 65 Birchcrest Drive, Birchcrest Drive and Hemlock Drive, Laurel Lane and Pondview Drive, Carter Lane and Heritage Drive, Carter Lane and Delahunty Drive, 124 Delahunty Drive. Bus 11: Start time 8:26 a.m. 21 Belleview Ave., 37 Belleview Ave., 77 Belleview Ave., 104 Belleview Ave., Bagley Road and Belleview Avenue, Belleview Avenue and Hart Acre Road, 520 Meriden Ave., 582 Meriden Ave., Baptist Church – Bright Beginnings, 72 East St., South Plains Road and Stuart Drive, Forest Lane and Stuart Drive, 217 Stuart Drive, Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane, 447 Meriden Ave., 423 Meriden Ave., 299 Meriden Ave., Hart Acre Road and Meriden Avenue, 248 Meriden Ave. Flanders Elementary Kindergarten “Noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:04 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Andrews Street and Reservoir Ridge Drive, 781 Andrews St., 770 Andrews St., Alice Lane and Moore Hill Drive, 238 Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Stakey Farm Road, 352 Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Tallwood Drive, 461 Flanders Road, Sheffield Place and Windermere Ridge Drive, Chesterwood Terrace and Windermere Ridge Drive, Chesterwood Terrace and Sheffield Place, Brightwood Lane and Flanders Street. Bus 2: Start time 8:04 a.m. Woodfield Road and Flanders Street, Pilgrim Lane and Willowdale, Thistle Lane and Willowdale, Thistle Lane and Malcein Drive, Malcein Drive and Rye Hill Road, Harness Drive and Malcein Drive, 353 Harness Drive, 220 Harness Drive, 204 Harness Drive, Brookwood Drive and Tanglewood Drive, 1005 Flanders Road, 996 Flanders Road, 815 Flanders Road, Ciccolella Court and Flanders Road, 750 Flanders Road, 640 Flanders Road, 685 Flanders St. Bus 3: Start time 7:56 a.m. 18 Kane St., 74 Kane St., Hart Street and Sabina Drive, Little Fawn Road and Regency Court, Little Fawn Road and Meander Lane, Garden Gate Road and Meander Lane, Meander Lane and Muir Terrace, Curtiss Street and Muir Terrace, Curtiss Street and River-

side Court, Flanders Street and Lincoln Drive, Fenwood Road and Flanders Street, 729 Pleasant St., 647 Pleasant St., February Drive and Pleasant Street, Mountain View Road and Pleasant Street, Memorial Drive and Pleasant Street, Memorial Drive and Mountain View Road, Shagbark Drive and Wild Oak Drive, Wedgewood Road and Wild Oak Drive, Wedgewood Road and Sherry Drive. Bus 4: Start time 8:09 a.m. YMCA, Darling Street and Summer Brook Apartments, Darling Street and The Meadows Apartments. Hatton Elementary Kindergarten “noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:04 a.m. Peters Circle and Plum Orchard Road, Marcy Drive and Woodruff Street, 156 Woodruff St., Alyssa Court and Woodruff Street, Marcy Drive and Woodruff Street, 100 Woodruff St., 46 Woodruff St., 15 Woodruff St., Oak Street and Merrell Avenue, YMCA, 371 N. Main St., 54 Darling St., 69 Darling St., Darling Street and Whitney Avenue, Darling Street and Summer Brook Apartments, Darling Street and Old Farm Road, Old Farm Road and Vineyard Lane, Hobart Street and Old Farm Road. Bus 2: Start time 8:06 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 393 Hobart St., 299 Hobart St., 91 Hobart St., Hobart Street and Knights Court, Hobart Street and Oak Street, Hobart Street and Michael Drive, Dawn Lane and Hobart Street, Skyline Drive and Virginia Drive, Cedar Drive and Reussner Road, 56 Cedar Drive (winter stop), Cedar Drive and Hobart Street, Dogwood Drive and Hobart Street, Heather Lane and Pleasant Street, Hazelwood Drive and Woodruff Street, Evergreen Lane and Woodruff Street, 765 Woodruff Street. Bus 3: Start time 8:06 a.m. 1507 East St., East Street and Hunting Hills Drive, 1408 East Street, 70 Saddlebrook Path, 174 Saddlebrook Path, North Star Drive and Williamsburg Drive, North Star Drive and White Sail Drive, Beacon Street and North Star Drive, North Star Drive and Windward Place, Beacon Street and Windward Place, 1230 East St., Fox Run and Old State Road, 745 Berlin St. Bus 4: Start time 8:02 a.m. 965 Woodruff St., Friar Lane and Woodruff Street, 1071 Woodruff St., 1174 Woodruff St., 1187 Woodruff St., 1235 Woodruff St.,

1267 Woodruff St., 1291 Woodruff St., 97/ 147 Carey St., 78 Carey St., 750 Andrews St., Orchard Hill Drive and Mooreland, East Mountain Drive and Mooreland, 517 Andrews St., 415 Andrews St., Andrews Street and Lee Drive, 418 Kensington Road, 458 Kensington Road, 165 Kensington Road, 312 Spring Lake Road, 294 Spring Lake Road, 270 Spring Lake Road, 275 Spring Lake Road, 236 Spring Lake Road. DePaolo Middle Bus 1: Start time 7:15 a.m. 426 West St., 485 West St., Morningside Lane and West St., Acre Way and Mount Vernon Road, Churchill Street and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road, 2023 Mount Vernon Road (winter stop), Boulder Ridge and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road, Norwood Drive and Welch Road, Welch Road and Westover Lane, 1901 West St., Elizabeth Drive and Westwood Road, 1954 West St., Pine Hollow Drive and West Pines Drive, 1456 West St., Sommers Hill Drive and West Street, Brothers Way and Churchill Street, 1150 West St., Farmstead Road and Mill Street, Mill Street and Water Street. Bus 2: Start time 7:31 a.m. Chapman Street and Kane Street, Hart Street and Sabina Drive, Hart Street and Regency Court, Hart Street and West Ridge Road, Hart Street and Maplewood Road, Hart Street and Ridgewood Road, Holly Hill Drive and Ridgewood Road, Crissey Lane and Ridgewood Road, 691 West St., Hart Street and Cortland Way, 426 Lazy Lane, 255 Lazy Lane. Bus 3: Start time 7:32 a.m. Curtiss Street and Riverside Court, Curtiss Street and Little Fawn Road, Curtiss Street and Ivy Drive, Curtiss Street and Garden Gate Road, Curtiss Street and Muir Terrace, Curtiss Street and Melcon Drive, Curtiss Street and Juniper Road, Curtiss Street and Rustlewood Drive, Spring Hill Road and Spring Street, Spring Street and Summit Farms Road, 462 Queen St. (Knights Inn), Flanders Street and Lincoln Drive, Fenwood Road and Flanders Street, 257 Flanders St. Bus 4: Start time 7:40 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Mill Street and North Summit Street, Mill Street and Raynor Street, Maplewood Road and Mill Street, Beecher Street and Mill Street, Beecher Street and Williams

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Street, Center Street and Water Street, Berlin Avenue and Woodruff Street, Marcy Drive and Woodruff Street, Marcy Drive and Woodruff Street, Skyline Drive and Woodruff Street. Bus 5: Start time 7:30 a.m. Interstate Park and Home Depot, Chaffee Lane and Queen Street, Advent Camp Grounds and Queen Street and West Queen Street, Redstone Street and Town Line Road, Minthal Drive and River Street, Dunham Street and Laurel Street, Laurel Street and Rethal Street, 78 Laning St., Doral Lane and Laning Street, 418 Laning St., Laning Street and Pleasant Street, Loper Street and Pleasant Street, Macintosh Way and Pleasant Street. Bus 6: Start time 7:26 a.m. 133 River St., 192 River St., River Street and Squires Drive, 269 River Street, River Street and Luciano Drive, Pavano Drive and Testa Drive, Dunham Street and Shuttle Meadow Road, 382 Dunham Street, 195 Dunham Street, Dunham Place and Shuttle Meadow Road, 775 Shuttle Meadow Road, 1628 Flanders Road, 1599 Flanders Road, 1574 Flanders Road, 1550 Flanders Road, Masters Drive and Pattonwood Drive, 1444 Flanders Road, 1221 Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Windermere Ridge Drive. Bus 7: Start time 7:39 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Flanders Road and Tallwood Drive, Flanders Road and Hawthorne Drive, Flanders Road and Highridge Road, 217 Flanders Road, 861 Woodruff St., East Street and Hunting Hills Drive, East Street and Saddlebrook Path, 1351 East St., 294 Spring Lake Road, 365 Spring Lake Road. Bus 8: Start time 7:24 a.m. 199 Ledge Road, 563 Shuttle Meadow Road, 370 Long Bottom Road, 1166 Andrews St., Andrews Street and Reservoir Ridge Drive, 750 Andrews St., 147 Carey St., Carey Street and Millbrook Lane, Alice Lane and Moore Hill Drive, Alice Lane and Moore Hill Drive, Andrews St and Orchard Hill Drive, 890 Woodruff St., Shagbark Drive and Wild Oak Drive, Wedgewood Road and Wild Oak Drive, Wedgewood Road and Wild Oak Drive, Sherry Drive and Wedgewood Road. Bus 9: Start time 7:35 a.m. YMCA rear, Berin Court and Queen Street, Queen Street and Southington Manor Road, Queen Street and Queen Terrace, 258 Loper St., Annelise Avenue and Loper Street, Annelise Avenue and Olson Drive, Annelise Avenue and Olson Drive. Bus 10: Start time 7:32 a.m. 1000 East St., East Street and Hamilton Avenue, 755 East St.

(winter stop), East Street and Undermountain Crossing, 684 East St., Crystal Farms Court and East Street, East Street and Metacomet View, 435 East St., 400 East St., 386 East St., Candlewood Lane and East Street, East Street and Rustic Oak Drive, South Plains Road and Stuart Drive, Forest Lane and Stuart Drive, 28 East St., Bagley Road and Belleview Avenue, Belleview Avenue and Berlin Street. Bus 11: Start time 7:34 a.m. 965 Woodruff St., Friar Lane and Woodruff Street, 1174 Woodruff St., Andrews Street and Lee Drive, 21 Andrews St., 165 Kensington Road, North Star Drive and Williamsburg Drive, North Star Drive and White Sail Drive, North Star Drive and Windward Place, Beacon Street and Windward Place. Bus 12: Start time 7:36 a.m. Flanders Street and Hitching Post Drive, Harness Drive and Malcein Drive, Harness Drive and Tanglewood Drive, Brookwood Drive and Tanglewood Drive, Brookwood Drive and Laning Street, Blossom Way and Laning Street, Laning Street and Old, Cider Mill Road, 1036 Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Harness Drive, 815 Flanders Road, Ciccolella Court and Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Pilgrim Lane, 651 Flanders St. JFK Middle Bus 1: Start time 7:36 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Connecticut Avenue and West Center Street, Walnut Street and West Center Street, Summit Street and West Center Street, Plaza Avenue and West Center Street, Summer Street and West Center Street, Bristol Street and West Center Street, YMCA, Liberty Street and West Center Street, Eden Avenue and Liberty Street, DES front of school near sign, Old Turnpike Road and Southington Avenue. Bus 2: Start time 7:36 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Meriden Avenue and Oakland Road, Meriden, Avenue and Southington Avenue, Hart Acre Road and Meriden Avenue, Delahunty Drive and Meriden Avenue, Carter Lane and Meriden Avenue, 437 Meriden Avenue, Carter Lane and Heritage Drive, Carter Lane and Rejean Road, Carter Lane and Old Turnpike Road, Carter Heights and Carter Lane, Buckland Street and Crescent Avenue, Barbara Lane and Buckland Street, Buckland Street and Nunzio Drive. Bus 3: Start time 7:33 a.m. 743 Meriden Ave., Meriden Avenue and Porriello Drive, Greenwood Drive and Meriden Avenue, Meriden Avenue and Scenic Drive, 1139 Meriden Ave., 593 Mul-

berry St., Dorio Drive and Mulberry Street, Greystone Drive and Mulberry Street, Deckert Drive and Mulberry Street, Benny Drive and Mulberry Street, Mulberry Street and Old Turnpike Road, Old Turnpike Road and Page Farm Road, 924 Old Turnpike Road, Atkins Way and Old Turnpike Road, Norton Street and Turnberry Court. Bus 4: Start time 7:31 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 1651 Meriden Ave., Meriden Avenue and Village Gate Drive, Claudia Drive and Meriden Avenue, 1352 Meriden Ave., Beechwood Drive and Glenn Drive, Beechwood Drive and Woodland Drive, Savage Street and Woodland Drive, Bridle Path Drive and Savage Street, Canterbury Lane and Savage Street, Savage Street and, Sunset Ridge Drive, 753 Meriden Ave., Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane, Hemlock Drive and Pondview Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Pondview Drive and South End Road, 67 South End Road, Dale Drive and South End Road, Shetland Drive and South End Road. Bus 5: Start time 7:32 a.m. Rockwood Drive and Undermountain Crossing, Blue Hills Drive and Rockwood Drive, Ferncliff Drive and Schlayer Farm Road, Copper Ridge and Ferncliff Drive, Blue Hills Drive and Panorama Drive, Mountain Edge Drive and Rockwood Drive, 873 Savage St., 774 Savage St., Savage Street and Weiss Way, Blue Hills Drive and Savage Street, 693 Savage St., 625 Savage St., Faye Lane and Savage Street, Kingswood Drive and Savage Street, Savage Street and Shweky Lane, Buena Vista Drive and Savage Street, Hacienda Circle and Savage Street. Bus 6: Start time 7:35 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 421 Pratt St., 383 Pratt St., Pratt Street and South Woods Drive, 245 Pratt St., Budding Ridge Road and Pratt Street, Pratt Street and Rahlene Drive, Orchard Lane and Pratt Street, Masthay Circle and Meriden-Waterbury Road, 364 Meriden-Waterbury Road (on left), Evan Road and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Mckenzie Drive and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Meriden-Waterbury Road and Sultana Terrace, Blatchley Avenue and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Meriden-Waterbury Road and Paul Terrace, 847 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 996 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike (condos), Lynwood Drive and Meriden-Waterbury Road, 1585 Meriden-Waterbury Road. Bus 7: Start time 7:29 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 230 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Gwen

Place and Gwen, Drive and East Johnson Avenue, Richmond Court and East Johnson Avenue, 870 East Johnson Ave., 740 East Johnson Ave., South Borough Road and Southshire Drive, South End Road and Brownston, 990 South End Road, South End Road and Sprucewood Condos Road, Country Club Circle and South End Road, Lynn Avenue and Parkview Drive, Lois Avenue and Parkview Drive, Parkview Drive and South End Road, Pond Mill Road and South End Road, Brooklane Road and South End Road. Bus 8: Start time 7:32 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 1264 Meriden-Waterbury Road (first driveway), Meriden-Waterbury Road and Robin Road, 2231 MeridenWaterbury Road, 2216 MeridenWaterbury Turnpike, 2194 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 1354 Marion Ave., 1397 Marion Ave., Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike and Trolly Ridge, 2876 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Cherry Street and Meriden-Waterbury Road, 2450 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Marion Avenue and School Street, Anne Road and Burritt Street, Anne Road and Burritt Street, Burritt Street and Echo Valley Road, 389 Burritt St., Burritt Street and Jeanette Court, 266 Burritt St., George Town and Burritt Street, 440 Canal St., Canal Street and Elliott Drive, 501 Canal St., Clark Street and Longo Drive, Clark Street and Russell Road, Burritt Street and Clark Street. Bus 9: Start time 7:32 a.m. McArthur Drive and Sunnyridge Drive, 17 Old Mill Road, Marion Avenue and Tunxis Path, Diana Road and Marion Avenue, Marion Avenue and Pine Street, 540 Marion Ave., 678 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and Nutmeg Drive, Marion Avenue and Pacer Lane, Mount Vernon Road and Roseanna Road, 27 Roseanna Road, Lagana Avenue and Roseanna Road, Humiston Brook Drive and Roseanna Road, 161 Defashion St., 108 Defashion St., Defashion Street and Marion Avenue, 1041 Marion Ave. Bus 10: Start time 7:36 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Green Valley Drive and Prospect Street, October Lane and Prospect Street, Deer Run Road and Prospect Street, Prospect Street and Sylvia Court, Fleetwood Road and Prospect Street, Hubeny Drive and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Sandra Lane, 345 Mount Vernon Road (winter stop), Frost Street and Mount Vernon Road, Frost Street and Robindale Drive, Frost Street and Manor Road, Alpine Trail and Frost Street, Cobble-

stone drive and Frost Street. Bus 11: Start time 7:36 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Ridge Drive and West Street, Maxwell Drive and West Street, Prospect Street and Westbrook Road, Ashwell Drive and Prospect Street, Gallant Drive and Prospect Street, Cardnial Drive and Prospect Street, Great Pine Path and Prospect Street, Jubilee Drive and Prospect Street, Diana Road and Prospect Street, Roxbury Road and Wonx Spring Road, Jacob Lane and Miller Farm Road, 162 Marion Ave. Bus 12: Start time 7:31 a.m. Prospect Street and West Street, 180 West St., 370 West St., 517 W. Center St. Ext., Jubilee Drive and West Center Street Ext., Royal Oak Drive and West Center Street Ext., 931 W. Center St. Ext. (winter stop), Royal Oak Drive and West Center Street Ext., West Center Street Ext. and South Vernondale Drive, Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., Mount Vernon Road and Winding Ridge Road, Mount Vernon Road and Pennywise Lane, 777 Mount Vernon Road, 680 Mount Vernon Road, Alex Court and Prospect Street, Manor Road and Prospect Street, Kathryn Lane and Prospect Street, Jody Lane and Prospect Street, 169 Atwater St. Bus 13: Start time 7:26 a.m. 130 Jude Lane, 165 Jude Lane, 205 Jude Lane, 258 Jude Lane, Beal Drive and Jude Lane, Desorbo Drive and Jude Lane, Desorbo Drive and Jude Lane, Autumn Drive and Jude Lane and Pine Drive, 501 Jude Lane, Meeker Road and Walkley Drive, Hitchcock Road and Meeker Road, Burr Court and Hitchcock Road, Hitchcock Road and Walkley Drive, Lowery Drive and Walkley Drive, 591 Jude Lane, 661 Jude Lane, 1553 Mount Vernon Road, 1515 Mount Vernon Road, Ciccio Road and Mount Vernon Road, Cascade Ridge and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Roaring Brook Drive, Brentwood Drive and Mount Vernon Road, 1191 Mount Vernon Road, 1109 Mount Vernon Road. Bus 14: Start time 7:32 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 107 Monarch Drive, Alder Lane and Commission Street, Alder Lane and Dayton Drive, Alder Lane and Huckleberry Lane, Deerbrooke Circle and Huckleberry Lane, Deerbrooke Circle and Yorktown Road, Valley Forge Court and Yorktown Road, Washington Drive and Winter Park Road, Brandywine Place and Washington Drive, Potomac Lane and Winter Park Road, Pheasant

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Run and Winter Park Road, Autumn Drive and Winter Park Road. Bus 15: Start time 7:35 a.m. Defashion Street and Long Lane, 315 Defashion St., 86 County Road, 146 County Road, 290 Farmingberry Drive, 279 Old Mountain Road, 257 Old Mountain Road, 176 School St., 55 School St., 1744 Meriden-Waterbury Road. Bus 2 SP: Start time 7:35 a.m. 320 Bristol St., 471 Main St., 26 Kathryn Lane, Gallant Drive and, Prospect Street, 456 Summer St. Kelley Elementary Kindergarten “Noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:30 a.m. Pheasant Run and Winter Park Road, Potomac Lane and Washington, Brandywine Place and Washington Drive, Brandywine Place and Washington Drive, Washington Drive and Winter Park Road, Valley Forge Court and Yorktown Road, Deerbrooke Circle and Yorktown Road, Deerbrooke Circle and Foxcroft. Bus 2: Start time 8:30 a.m. Autumn Drive and Winter Park Road, Autumn Drive and Stacy Cate Drive, Dayton Drive and Huckleberry Lane, Alder Lane and Huckleberry Lane, Alder Lane and Dayton Drive, Alder Lane and Commission Street, 181 Monarch Drive, 83 Monarch Drive, 654 West St. Bus 3: Start time 8:26 a.m. 1005 Mount Vernon Road, 1027 Mount Vernon Road, 1042 Mount Vernon Road, 1166 Mount Vernon Road, 1191 Mount Vernon Road, Brentwood Drive and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Roaring Brook Drive, Cascade Ridge and Mount Vernon Road, Ciccio Road and Mount Vernon Road, 1467 Mount Vernon Road, 1515 Mount Vernon Road, 1553 Mount Vernon Road, 1616 Mount Vernon Road, 661 Jude Lane, 528 Jude Lane, 504 Jude Lane, Meeker Road and Walkley Drive, Lowery Drive and Walkley Drive, Hitchcock Road and Lowery Drive, Burr Court and Hitchcock Road, Hitchcock Road and Walkley Drive. Bus 4: Start time 8:29 a.m. YMCA (pick-up rear), 169 Mill St., 241 Mill St., Howard Avenue and Mill Street, Mill Street and Raynor Street, 369 Mill St., Mill Street and North Summit Street, 462 Mill St., 521 Mill St., Morningside Lane and Rolling Hill Lane, 515 West St., 587 West St., 681 West St., 707 West St. Bus 5: Start time 8:30 a.m. 165 Jude Lane, 205 Jude Lane, Beal Drive and Jude Lane, Desorbo Drive and Jude Lane, Desorbo Drive and Jude Lane, Jude Lane and Pine Drive, Meeker

The Southington Citizen — Friday, August 17, 2012 Road and Merriman Circle, Hitchcock Road and Meeker Road, 484 Jude Lane, 258 Jude Lane, 240 Jude Lane, 130 Jude Lane. Plantsville Elementary Kindergarten “Noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:03 a.m. 574 W. Center St. Ext., 506 W. Center St. Ext., 564 W. Center St. Ext., Empress Drive and West Center Street Ext., 726 W. Center St. Ext., 734 W Center St. Ext., Royal Oak drive and West Center Street Ext., 919 W. Center St. Ext., 945 W. Center St. Ext., Royal Oak Drive and West Center Street Ext., Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., 1153 W. Center St. Ext., Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., 930 Mount Vernon Road, 920 Mount Vernon Road (winter stop), Mount Vernon Road and Winding Ridge Road, Mount Vernon Road and Pennywise Lane, Pennywise Lane and Sunnyslope Drive, Edgewood Circle and Sunnyslope Drive, Edgewood Circle and Sunnyslope Drive, Edgewood Circle and Woodridge Court, 709 Mount Vernon Road, Alex Court and Prospect Street, 924 Prospect St., 910 Prospect St. Bus 2: Start time 8:05 a.m. 29 High St. (pick-up in back of YMCA). 358 West St., Ridge Drive and West Street, 244 West St., 168 West St., Ashwell Drive and Prospect Street, 323 Prospect St., 405 Prospect St., Cardnial Drive and Prospect Street, Green Valley Drive and Prospect Street, October Lane and Prospect Street, November Lane and October Lane, Jubilee Drive and November Lane, Jubilee Drive and October Lane, Green Valley Drive and Jubilee Drive, 66 Jubilee Drive, 80 Diana Road. Bus 3: Start time 8:11 a.m. 20 Deer Run Road, Fleetwood Road and Union Street, Fleetwood Road and Prospect Street, Prospect Street and Sylvia Court, Deer Run Road and Prospect Street, 696 Prospect St., Kathryn Lane and Prospect Street, Jody Lane and Prospect Street, Great Pine Path and Prospect Street, Gallant Drive and Prospect Street, 102 West St. Bus 4: Start time 8:06 a.m. Cornerstone Court and Main Street, 834 S. Main St., 900 S. Main St., 962 S. Main St., 1000 S. Main St., 456 Atwater St., 1175 S. Main St., 1033 S. Main St., 151 Buckland St., 104 Buckland St., 70 Buckland St., 14 Buckland St., 875 S. Main St., Grove Street and Hillside Avenue, Maple Street and Mark Drive. South End Elementary Kindergarten “Noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior

to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:07 a.m. 95 Mulberry St., 122 Mulberry St., 345 Buckland (pick-up on Mulberry Street), Buckland Street and Nunzio Drive, Barbara Lane and Buckland Street, 73 Werking St., 16 Werking St., 10 Milldale Ave. (winter stop), Cummings Street and Milldale Avenue, Franklin Street and Wilbur Street, 112 Milldale Ave., 293 Mulberry St., Benny Drive and Mulberry Street, 442 Mulberry St., Greystone Drive and Mulberry Street, Dorio Drive and Greystone Drive, 593 Mulberry St., 677 Mulberry St., Brooklane Road and South End Road. Bus 2: Start time 8:05 a.m. 584 Old Turnpike Road, 710 Old Turnpike Road, 417 Buckland St., 372 Buckland St., 924 Old Turnpike Road, 1022 Old Turnpike Road, 1066 Old Turnpike Road, 191 Norton St., Norton Street and Turnberry Court, 133 Norton St., 81 Norton St., Atkins Way and Whitlock Avenue, 1155 Old Turnpike Road, 1314 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 996 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Country Club Circle and South End Road, 555 South End Road. Bus 3: Start time 7:55 a.m. Dale Drive and South End Road, Shetland Drive and South End Road, 327 South End Road, 18 Savage St., Hacienda Circle and Savage Street, Buena Vista Drive and Savage Street, Chapel Hill and Savage Street, Savage Street and Shweky Lane, Kingswood Drive and Savage Street, 505 Savage St., MeridenWaterbury Road and Sultana Terrace, 63 Paul Terrace, Paul Heights and Paul Terrace, Paul Heights and Webster Park Road, McKenzie Drive and Paul Heights, Scarano Road and Shweky Lane, Evan Road and Scarano Road, 870 E. Johnson Ave., South Borough Road and Southshire Drive, 64 S. Borough Road, 77 Brownstone Drive, 970 South End Road. Bus 4: Start time 8:10 a.m. YMCA (pick-up in back), 581 Meriden Ave. Southington High Bus 1: Start time 6:40 a.m. 1039 Mount Vernon Road, Brentwood Drive and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Roaring Brook Drive, Cascade Ridge and Mount Vernon Road, Ciccio Road and Mount Vernon Road, 1515 Mount Vernon Road, Jude Lane and Mount Vernon Road, 641 Jude Lane, 591 Jude Lane, Jude Lane and Walkley Drive, Autumn Drive and Winter Park Road, Potomac Lane and Washington Drive, Brandywine Place and Washington Drive, Washington Drive and Winter Park Road, Deerbrooke Circle and Yorktown Road, Deerbrooke

Circle and Huckleberry Lane, Alder Lane and Commission Street. Bus 2: Start time 6:43 a.m. 847 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 785 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, Meriden-Waterbury Road and Paul Terrace, Blatchley Avenue and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Meriden-Waterbury Road and Sultana Terrace, McKenzie Drive and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Evan Road and MeridenWaterbury Road, Masthay Circle and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Southshire Drive and East Johnson Avenue, South Borough Road and Southshire Drive, South Borough Road and South End Road, Brownstone Drive and South End Road Ext., 990 South End Road, 848 South End Road, 764 South End Road, Savage Street and South End Road, Parkview Drive and South End Road, Pond Mill Road and South End Road, Brooklane Road and South End Road, Pondview Drive and South End Road. Bus 3: Start time 6:46 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Faye Lane and Savage Street, Blue Hills Drive and Savage Street, Savage Street and Weiss Way, Beechwood Drive and Savage Street, Rockwood Drive and Savage Street, Mountain Edge Drive and Rockwood Drive, Panorama Drive and Rockwood Drive, Blue Hills Drive and Rockwood Drive, Blue Hills Drive and Schlayer Farm Road, Ferncliff Drive and Schlayer Farm Road, Ferncliff Drive and Copper Ridge, Bridle Path Drive and Savage Street, 995 Savage St., Canterbury Lane and Savage Street, Savage Street and Sunset Ridge Drive, 1118 Savage St., East Street and Undermountain Crossing, 705 Berlin St., Berlin Street and North Stonegate Road. Bus 4: Start time 6:51 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Jubilee Drive and Prospect Street, Green Valley Drive and Prospect Street, October Lane and Prospect Street, 668 Mount Vernon Road, 718 Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Pennywise Lane, Mount Vernon Road and Winding Ridge Road, Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., South Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., Royal Oak Drive and West Center Street Ext., Royal Oak Drive and West Center Street Ext., Jubilee Drive and west Center Street Ext., 517 W. Center St. Ext., Morningside Lane and West Street, 580 West St., 669 West St., 703 West St. Bus 5: Start time 6:51 a.m. Marion Avenue and Pine Street, 614 Marion Ave. (winter stop), 678 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and Nutmeg Drive, 741 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and Mount

Vernon Road, Defashion Street and Marion Avenue, 181 Defashion St., Humiston Brook Drive and Roseanna Road, Lagana Avenue and Roseanna Road, Mount Vernon Road and Roseanna Road, Mount Vernon Road and Lagana Drive, Crispino Drive and Mount Vernon Road, Frost Street and Mount Vernon Road. Bus 6: Start time 6:44 a.m. Jody Lane and Prospect Street, Kathryn Lane and Prospect Street, Deer Run Road and Prospect Street, Prospect Street and Sylvia Court, Fleetwood Road and Prospect Street, Manor Road and Prospect Street, Alex Court and Prospect Street, Mount Vernon Road and Prospect Street, Mount Vernon Road and Sandra Lane, Frost Street and Robindale Drive, Frost Street and Manor Road, Alpine Trail and Frost Street, Cobblestone Drive and Frost Street, Roxbury Road and Wonx Spring Road. Bus 7: Start time 6:42 a.m. 28 East St., East Street and South Plains Road, East Street and Rustic Oak Drive, Candlewood Lane and East Street, 386 East St., East Street and Metacomet View, Doe Meadow Court and East Street, 701 East St., 789 East St. (winter stop), East Street and Hamilton Avenue, 1000 East St., North Star Drive and Williamsburg Drive, North Star Drive and White Sail Drive, Beacon Street and North Star Drive, North Star Drive and Windward Place, 77 Kensington Road, 21 Andrews St., 220 Andrews St., Andrews Street and Lee Drive, 1216 Woodruff St., 1134 Woodruff St., Friar Lane and Woodruff Street, 965 Woodruff St., 890 Woodruff St. Bus 8: Start time 6:57 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Milldale Avenue and South Main Street, South Main Street and Werking Street, Crescent Avenue and South Main Street, 861 S. Main St., Cornerstone Court and Main Street and Maple Street, Old Turnpike Road and Southington Avenue, Bristol Street and Chestnut Street, Bristol Street and Eden Avenue, Center Street and High Street. Bus 9: Start time 6:44 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Burritt Street and Clark Street, Burritt Street and Georgetown Condo Drive, Burritt Street and Ruggles Row, Burritt Street and Jeanette Court, 389 Burritt St. (winter stop), Burritt Street and Echo Valley Road, Anne Road and Burritt Street, Anne Road and Burritt Street, 1070 Marion Ave., 1100 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and

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School Street, 1210 Marion Ave. (winter stop), 2855 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Trolly Ridge Road and Meriden-Waterbury turnpike, 2772 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 2544 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 1325 Marion Ave., 1264 Marion Ave., Lombardo Court and Meriden-Waterbury Road, 2194 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 1744 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Canal Street and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Clark Street and MeridenWaterbury Road, Lynwood Drive and Meriden-Waterbury Road. Bus 10: Start time 6:47 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Norton Street and Russell Road, Norton Street Whitlock Avenue, 1187 Old Turnpike Road, Meriden-Waterbury Road and Old Turnpike Road, 996 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 230 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Meriden-Waterbury Road and Orchard Lane, Craig Avenue and Meriden-Waterbury Road, Gwen Place and Gwen Road, Devonshire Drive and East Johnson Avenue, Richmond Court and East Johnson Avenue, Johnson Avenue and Pratt Street, 383 Pratt St., 325 Pratt St., 317 Pratt St., Budding Ridge Road and Pratt Street, Pratt Street and Rahlene Drive, 1619 Meriden Ave., Village Gate Drive and Meriden Avenue, Claudia Drive and Meriden Avenue, Meriden Avenue and Savage Street, 1131 Meriden Avenue, Beechwood Drive and Meriden Avenue, Greenwood Drive and Meriden Avenue, Meriden Avenue and Stuart Drive, Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane. Bus 11: Start time 6:55 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Farmstead Road and Mill Street, Beecher Street and Mill Street, Maplewood Road and Mill Street, Mill Street and Raynor Street, Mill Street and North Summit Street, Mill Street and West Street, Holly Hill Drive and Ridgewood Road, Hart Street and Ridgewood Road, Hart Street and Maplewood Road, Hart Street and Regency Court, Hart Street and Sabina Drive, Hart Street and Kane Street, Flanders Street and Lincoln Drive, Fenwood Road and Flanders Street. Bus 12: Start time 6:55 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Atkins Way and Old Turnpike Road, Old Turnpike Road and Page Farm Road, Old Turnpike Road and Rejean Road, Carter Lane and Old Turnpike Road, Carter Lane and Rejean Road, Carter Lane and Heritage Drive, Carter Lane and Meriden Avenue, Delahunty Drive and Meriden Avenue, Meriden Avenue and Southington Avenue, Meriden Avenue and Oakland Road, Berlin Avenue and Berlin Street Bus 13: Start time 6:57 a.m.

(Same in afternoon.) Mulberry Street and Old Turnpike Road, Deckert Drive and Mulberry Street, Greystone Drive and Mulberry Street, Dorio Drive and Mulberry Street, Shetland Drive and South End Road, Dale Drive and South End Road, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Hemlock Drive and Pondview Drive, Belleview Avenue and Meriden Avenue, Belleview Avenue and Hart Acre Road, Bagley Road and Belleview Avenue, Berlin Avenue and Woodruff Street, Alyssa Court and Woodruff Street, Marcy Drive and Woodruff Street, Skyline Drive and Woodruff Street. Bus 14: Start time 6:57 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) West Main Street and Summer Street, Prospect Street and Summer Street, Prospect Street and Summit Street, Prospect Street and Westbrook Road, Prospect Street and West Street, Maxwell Drive and West Street, Ridge Drive and West Street, Connecticut Avenue and West Center Street, Autran Avenue and West Center Street, West Center Street and Summit Street, Howard Avenue and West Center Street, Summer Street and West Center Street. Bus 15: Start time 6:42 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 20 Jude Lane, 110 Monarch Drive, 244 Jude Lane (winter stop), Beal Drive and Jude Lane, DeSorbo Drive and Jude Lane, DeSorbo Drive and Jude Lane, Autumn Drive and Jude Lane, Acre Way and Mount Vernon Road, Churchill Street and Mount Vernon Road, 1937 Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road, Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road, Mount Vernon Road and Panthorn Trail, Norwood Drive and Welch Road, Welch Road and Westover Lane, 36 Welch Road Winter Stop, West Pines Drive and West Street, 1448 West St., Brothers Way and Churchill Street, Curtiss Street and Rustlewood Drive, Curtiss Street and Juniper Road, Curtiss Street and Knollwood Road, Curtiss Street and Muir Terrace, Curtiss Street and Garden Gate Road Curtiss Street and Little Fawn Road, Curtiss Street and Riverside Court. Bus 16: Start time 6:47 a.m. Berin Court and Queen Street, Queen Street and Southington Manor Road, Queen Street and Queen Terrace, 88 Loper St., 240 Loper St., Flanders Road and Malcein Drive, Ciccolella Court and Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Pilgrim Lane, Flanders Road and Tallwood Drive, Flanders Road and Hawthorne Drive, Flanders Road and Stakey Farm Road, Flanders Road and High-

ridge Road, 198 Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Wild Oak Drive, Wedgewood Road and Wild Oak Drive, Wedgewood Road and Wild Oak Drive, Flanders Road and Windermere Ridge Drive, Flanders Street and Hitching Post Drive, 571 Flanders St.435 Flanders St. Bus 17: Start time 6:39 a.m. Chaffee Lane and Queen Street, 891 Queen St., Redstone Hill and Town Line Road, Minthal Drive and River Street, Johanna Circle and Laurel Street, Johanna Circle and Laurel Street, 162 River St. (winter stop), River Street and Squires Drive, River Street and Luciano Drive, Pavano Drive and Testa Drive, Dunham Street and Shuttle Meadow Road, Dunham Place and Shuttle Meadow Road, 1053 Shuttle Meadow Road (winter stop), 932 Shuttle Meadow Road, 897 Shuttle Meadow Road, 1614 Flanders Road, 1581 Flanders Road, Flanders Road and Pattonwood Drive, 1444 Flanders Road, 1221 Flanders Road. Bus 18: Start time 6:49 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 199 Ledge Road, 29 Ledge Road, 9 Ledge Road, Hawks Nest Drive and Shuttle Meadow Road, 265 Shuttle Meadow Road, 370 Long Bottom Road, 112 Mine Hollow Road, 47 Mine Hollow Road, Flanders Road and Harness Drive, Blossom Way and Laning Street, Laning Street and Pleasant Street, 394 Laning Street, Doral Lane and Laning Street, 218 Laning St., 78 Laning St. Bus 19: Start time 6:46 a.m. 1413 West St., 1985 West St. (Ridgeview Estate Condo), Elizabeth Drive and Westwood Road, 1954 West St., Spring Hill Road and Spring Street, Spring Street and Summit Farms Road, 462 Queen St. (Knight Inn), 227 Lazy Lane, Lazy Lane and Melcon Drive. Bus 20: Start time 6:54 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) Buckland Street and Mulberry Street, Buckland Street and Nunzio Drive, 169 Atwater St., Marion Avenue and Old Mill Road, Sunnyridge Drive and Wonx Spring Road, Marion Avenue and Sunnyridge Drive, 60 Diana Road, Diana Road and Prospect Street, Great Pine Path and Prospect Street, Cardinal Drive and Prospect Street, Gallant Drive and Prospect Street, Prospect Street and Ashwell Drive. Bus 21: Start time 6:57 a.m. 2 Old Mountain Road, 53 Old Mountain Road, 86 County Road, 146 County Road, 96 Farmingberry Drive, 222 Farmingberry Drive, 341 Farmingberry Drive. Bus 21A: Start time 6:51 a.m. 1051 Marion Ave., 55 School St., 176 School St., 200 Old Mountain

Road, Hearthstone Court and Old Mountain Road, 279 Old Mountain Road, Defashion Street and Long Lane. Bus 22: Start time 6:40 a.m. 1275 Andrews St., 1166 Andrews St., Andrews Street and Reservoir Ridge Drive, 804 Andrews St., Andrews Street and Sheldon Road, 102 Carey St., 48 Carey St., Andrews Street and Orchard Hill Drive, 1558 East St., East Street and Hunting Hills Drive, East Street and Saddlebrook Path, 1350 East St., 1309 East St. Strong Elementary Kindergarten “Noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 8:23 a.m. 1051 Marion Ave., 1157 Marion Ave., 1397 Marion Ave., 1354 Marion Ave., 1276 Marion Ave., Meriden-Waterbury Road and Robin Road, Lombardo Court and Meriden-Waterbury Road 2194 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, 2172 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 2223 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, 2511 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 2587 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 2309 Meriden-Waterbury Road, 1210 Marion Ave., 146 County Road, 168 Farmingberry Drive, 231 Farmingberry Drive, 345 Defashion St., Defashion Street and Long Lane, 196 Defashion St., 836 Marion Ave. Bus 2: Start time 8:32 a.m. 50 Burritt St., 150 Burritt St., 157 Burritt St., 183 Burritt St., 284 Burritt St., Burritt Street and Jeanette Court, Burritt Street and Echo Valley Road, Anne Road and Burritt Street, Anne Road and Burritt Street, 1013 Marion Ave., 938 Marion Ave., 905 Marion Ave. Bus 3: Start time 8:27 a.m. 162 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and Tunxis Path, Marion Avenue and Wonx Spring Road, 337 Marion Ave., 369 Marion Ave., 415 Marion Ave., Cobblestone Drive and Frost Street, Frost Street and Manor Road, 79 Manor Road, Manor road and Union Street, 280 Manor Road, 102 Union St., 23 Union St., 94 Pine St., 26 Pine St., 459 Marion Ave., 540 Marion Ave., 663 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and Nutmeg Drive, 778 Marion Ave. Bus 4: Start time 8:28 a.m. Penny’s Day Care (road pick-up), 503 Canal St., 9 Ruggles Row, 185 Ruggles Row, 12 Old Mountain Road, 53 Old Mountain Road, 21 Hearthstone Court, 279 Old Mountain Road, 257 Old Mountain Road, 161 Defashion St. Bus 5: Start time 8:28 a.m. 645 Mount Vernon Road, Hubeny Drive and Mount Vernon Road, Eastwood Drive and Sandra

Lane, Duck Pond Crossing and Sandra Lane, Duck Pond Crossing and White Deer Path, Mount Vernon Road and Sandra Lane (522 Mount Vernon Road), 345 Mount Vernon Road, Frost Street and Mount Vernon Road, Alpine Trail and Frost Street, Pacer Lane and Trotters Lane, Alpine Trail and Trotters Lane, Frost Street and Nosahogan Drive, Frost Street and Robindale Drive. Bus 6: Start time 8:25 a.m. 273 Canal St., 18 Canal St., 169 Atwater St., Hull Drive and Sunnyridge Drive, McArthur Drive and Sunnyridge Drive, 179 Wonx Spring St., 112 Wonx Spring St., Jacob Lane and Roxbury Road, Jacob Lane and Miller Farm Road, Roxbury Road and Wonx Spring Road, 270 Wonx Spring Road, 118 Old Mill Road, 69 Old Mill Road, 15 Old Mill Road. Bus 7: Start time 8:30 a.m. Lynwood and Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, 1553 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, 1581 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, Manor Inn and Clark Street Ext., 216 Clark St., Clark Street and Jennifer Lynn Drive, Clark Street and Wyndcrest Court, 100 Russell Road, 44 Russell Road, 34 Todd Road, 89 Todd Road. Thalberg Elementary Kindergarten “noontime” route information to be mailed directly to students’ home the week prior to school start. Bus 1: Start time 7:51 a.m. (Same in afternoon.) 29 High St., Ledge Road and Roberge Drive, 15 Ledge Road, 368 Long Bottom Road, 100 Mine Hollow Road, 1127 Flanders Road, 1444 Flanders Road, 1464 Flanders Road, Pattonwood Drive and Thunderbird Drive, Pattonwood Drive and Masters, Burning Tree Drive and Pattonwood Drive, 339 Pattonwood Drive, 1538 Flanders Road, 1550 Flanders Road, 1574 Flanders Road, 1628 Flanders Road, 962 Shuttle Meadow Road, Dunham Place and Shuttle Meadow Road, River Street and Luciano Drive, 297 River St., River Street and Squires Drive, 169 River St., 103 River St. Bus 2: Start time 8:09 a.m. Brookwood Drrive and Laning Street, Blossom Way and Laning Street, Laning Street and Old Cider Mill Road, 865 Laning St., 1217 Shuttle Meadow Road, 413 Dunham St., 385 Dunham St., 340 Dunham St., Dunham Street and Dunham Street, Apple Valley Village Street and Dunham Street. Bus 3: Start time 8:03 a.m. Curtiss Street (pumpkin patch), 462 Lazy Lane, 412 Lazy Lane, 409 Lazy Lane, 383 Lazy Lane, 182 Lazy Lane, 156 Lazy Lane,

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Queen Street and Southington Manor Road, Queen Street and Queen Terrace, 625 Queen St. (Motel 6/Denny’s), Interstate Park Condos, Chaffee Lane and Queen Street. Bus 4: Start time 8:02 a.m. Annelise Avenue and Loper Street, Annelise Avenue and Olson Drive and Windham Drive, Erica Court and Olson Drive, Annelise Avenue and Olson Drive, Applegate and Flanders Street, Berin Court and Queen Street, 88 Loper St., 132 Loper St., 242 Loper St., Woodberry Hill Drive and Woodbury Hill Drive, 324 Loper St. Bus 5: Start time 7:55 a.m. 1682 Mount Vernon Road, Acre Way and Mount Vernon Road, 1742 Mount Vernon Road, Churchill Street and Mount Vernon Road, 1920 Mount Vernon Road, 1951 Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and West Grannis Pond Road, 204 Welch Road, 148 Welch St., 97 Welch St., Cloverdale Road and Westover Lane, 46 Norwood Drive, 2222 Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Panthorn Trail, 2158 Mount Vernon Road, 2092 Mount Vernon Road, Boulder Ridge and Mount Vernon Road, 2016 Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road, 36 Welch Road. Bus 6: Start time 7:58 a.m. 143 Curtiss St., 220 Curtiss St., Curtiss Street and Ivy Drive, 295 Curtiss St., 318 Curtiss St., Curtiss Street and Muir Terrace, 352 Curtiss St., 371 Curtiss St., Curtiss Street and Rustlewood Drive, Brothers Way and Lady Slipper Lane, Brothers Way and Churchill Street, 1150 West St., Queen Street and Ruby Tuesday, Red Stone Hill and Town Line Road. Bus 7: Start time 8:04 a.m. 2071 West St., 2080 West St., 1954 West St., 1596 West St., 1562 West St., Pine Hollow Drive and West Pines Drive, Sommers Hill Drive and West Street, Stork Club Day Care, 706 Spring St., 60 Spring Hill Road, 72 Summit Farms Road, 572 Spring St., 421 Spring St. Bus 8: Start time 8 a.m. 855 Pleasant St., Macintosh Way and Pleasant Street, Holland View Drive and Pleasant Street, Macintosh Way and Pleasant Street, 1140 Pleasant St., Crestview Drive and Pleasant Street, 418 Laning St., Doral Lane and Laning Street, 218 Laning St., 78 Laning St. (Kenmore Apartments). Central Christian Academy Bus 1: Start time 7:20 a.m. 1395 Marion Ave., 101 School St., 15 Russell Road, 465 Savage St., 22 Zwicks Farm Road,

The Southington Citizen — Friday, August 17, 2012 Buckland Street and Milldale Avenue, Great Pine Path and Prospect Street. Afternoon: Start time 2:45 p.m. David Drive and Johanna Circle, 206 Laning St., 976 Flanders Road, 175 Berlin Ave., 465 Savage St., Lynn Avenue and Zwicks Farm Road. Bus 2: Start time 7:32 a.m. Old Turnpike Road and Southington Avenue, 175 Berlin Ave., Water Street and West Center Street, 67 Darling St., 215 Lazy Lane, 65 Churchill St., 175 Mountain Pond Road. Afternoon: Start time 2:45 p.m. 39 Elizabeth Drive, 65 Churchill St., 215 Lazy Lane, 273 Queen St., 67 Darling St., Bridge Package Store (West Center Street). Bus 3: Start time 7:34 a.m. 976 Flanders Road, 273 Queen St., 206 Laning St., David Drive and Johanna Circle, 39 Elizabeth Drive. Afternoon: Start time 2:45 p.m. Mount Vernon Road and Mountain Pond Road, Great Pine Path and Prospect Street, Old Turnpike Road and Southington Avenue, Buckland Street and Milldale Avenue, 15 Russell Road, 101 School St., 1395 Marion Ave. Ext. St. Dominic Bus 1: Start time 6:57 a.m. 1022 Old Turnpike Road, Savage Street and Shweky Lane, 53 Jeffrey Lane, 182 Budding Ridge, 92 Blue Hills Drive, Copper Ridge and Ferncliff Drive, 1078 Savage St., Candlewood Lane and East Street, Birchcrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Cambridge Drive and Stonegate Road, Stonegate Road and Windsor Way, 344 Andrews St., Mooreland Drive and Orchard Hill Drive, 1216 Woodruff St., 124 Foley Drive, 294 Spring Lake Road, Sherry Drive and Wedgewood Road, 71 Wedgewood Road, 304 Flanders Road. Afternoon: Start time 2:50 p.m. 304 Flanders Road, Fairway Road and Highridge Road, 1216 Woodruff St., 344 Andrews St., Copper Ridge and Ferncliff Drive, Blue Hills Drive and Mountain Edge Drive, East Street and Metacomet View, Candlewood Lane and East Street, Birchcrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Savage Street and Shweky Lane, 182 Budding Ridge Road, 1175 S. Main St. (condos on right), South Main Street and JFK Middle School driveway. Bus 2: Start time 7:05 a.m. 60 Burritt St., 356 Marion Ave., 707 Prospect St., 535 Prospect St., West Center Street Ext. and Empress Drive, Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., 1584 Mount Vernon Road, Valley Forge Court and Yorktown Road, Yorktown Road and Deerbrooke Circle, Deerbrooke Circle and Huckleberry Lane, Alder Lane

and Dayton Drive, Autumn Drive and Winter Park Road, 1920 Mount Vernon Road, David Drive and Johanna Circle, Burning Tree Drive and Pattonwood Drive. Afternoon: Start time 2:50 p.m. 1920 Mount Vernon Road, Alder Lane and Dayton Drive, Deerbrooke Circle and Huckleberry Lane, Deerbrooke Circle and Yorktown Road, Valley Forge Court and Yorktown Road, Autumn Drive and Winter Park Road, 1584 Mount Vernon Road, Vernondale Drive and West Center Street Ext., West Center Street Ext. and Empress Drive. Bus 3: Start time 7:19 a.m. 1175 S. Main St., Buckland Street and Nunzio Drive, Buckland Street and Milldale Avenue, 45 Westbrook Road, Mount Carmel Street and Walnut Street, Knowles Avenue and Summit Street, 185 Berlin Ave., 284 Woodruff St., Hobart Street and Knights Court, 46 Flanders St., Fenwood Road and Flanders Street, 160 Flanders St., Darling Street and Summerbrooke, February Drive and Pleasant Street, Brightwood Lane and Flanders Street, 651 Flanders St., Flanders Street and Hitching Post Drive. Afternoon: Start time 2:50 p.m. Sheffield Place and Windermere Ridge Drive, Chesterwood Terrace and Windermere Ridge Drive, Chesterwood Terrace and Sheffield Place, Flanders Street and Hitching Post Drive, 693 Flanders St., Brightwood Lane and Flanders Street, February Drive and Pleasant Street, Heather Lane and Pleasant Street, 284 Woodruff St., 185 Berlin Ave., Cornerstone Court and Main Street and Maple Street, Buckland Street and Milldale Avenue, Atkins Way and Old Turnpike Road, 60 Burritt St. Bus 4: Start time 7:23 a.m. 540 Shuttle Meadow Road, 235 Shuttle Meadow Road, Chesterwood Terrace and Windermere Ridge Drive, Chesterwood Terrace and Sheffield Place, Sheffield Place and Windermere Ridge Drive, Macintosh Way and Pleasant Street, Macintosh way and Pleasant Street, 320 Harness Drive. Afternoon: Start time 2:50 p.m. 320 Harness Drive, Macintosh Way and Pleasant Street, Macintosh Way and Pleasant Street, Darling Street and Summerbrooke, Hobart Street and Knights Court, 164 Summit St., Ford Street and Mount Carmel Street, 707 Prospect St., 356 Marion Ave. Bus 5: Start time 7:26 a.m. Brothers Way and Lady Slipper Lane, Hart Street and Holly Hill Drive, Hart Street and Russet Lane, Hilltop Drive and Maplewood Road, 257 Flanders St., Annelise Avenue and Olson Dri-

ve. Afternoon: Start time 2:50 p.m. Burning Tree Drive and Pattonwood Drive, Masters Drive and Pattonwood Drive, Dunham Street and Laurel Street, Annelise Avenue and Olson Drive, 257 Flanders St., 160 Flanders St., Fenwood Road and Flanders Street, 46 Flanders St., Curtiss Street and Muir Terrace, Hilltop Drive and Maplewood Road, Hart Street and Russet Lane, Hart Street and Holly Hill Drive, Brothers Way and Lady Slipper Lane. Bus 6: Start time 2:50 p.m. 71 Wedgewood Road, Sherry Drive and Wedgewood Road, 404 Wedgewood Road, 294 Spring Lake Road, 124 Foley Drive, North Stonegate Road and Old State Road, 178 Stonegate Road, Cambridge Drive and Stonegate Road, 1133 East St., Andrews Street and Orchard Hill Drive, 235 Shuttle Meadow Road, 540 Shuttle Meadow Road. St. Thomas Bus 1: Start time 6:53 a.m. Savage Street and Sunset Ridge Drive, 372 Kensington Ave., Chesterwood Terrace and Windermere Ridge Drive, Berlin Street and Stonegate Road, Berlin Street and Butternut Lane, Berlin Street and Lacey Road, 186 Woodruff St. Afternoon: Start time 2:10 p.m. 550 W. Center St. Ext., 386 Mill St., High Tower Road and Preli Court, Juniper Road and Meander Lane, 78 Laning St., Brookwood Drive and Laning Street, Burning Tree Drive and Pattonwood Drive. Bus 2: Start time 6:54 a.m. 1413 West St., Brothers Way and Churchill Street, Autumn Drive and Jude Lane, Deerbrooke Circle and Foxcroft Court, Deerbrooke Circle and Yorktown Road, Valley Forge Court and Yorktown Road, Meeker Road and Merriman Circle, Hitchcock Road and Meeker Road, Hitchcock Road and Walkley Drive, Brentwood Drive and Mount Vernon Road, 1138 W. Center St. Ext. Afternoon: Start time 2:15 p.m. Kathryn Lane and Prospect Street, Great Pine Path and Prospect Street, 1138 W Center St. Ext., 854 Mount Vernon Road, Edgewood Circle and Sunnyslope Drive, 1015 Mount Vernon Road, Brentwood Drive and Mount Vernon Road, Meeker Road and Merriman Circle, 87 Hitchcock Road, Hitchcock Road and Walkley Drive, Valley Forge Court and Yorktown Road, Deerbrooke Circle and Yorktown Road, Deerbrooke Circle and Foxcroft Court, Pumpkin Patch at Curtiss Street, Brothers Way and Churchill Street, 1413 West St. Bus 3: Start time 7:03 a.m. Old Turnpike Road and Page Farm Road, 624 Mulberry St.,

Shetland Drive and South End Road, Meriden Avenue and Scenic Drive, 1112 Meriden Ave., Savage Street and Weiss Way, Rockwood Drive and Savage Street, Copper Ridge and Ferncliff Drive, Rockwood Drive and Undermountain Crossing, South Plains Road and Stuart Drive, Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane. Afternoon: Start time 2:10 p.m. South Plains Road and Stuart Drive, Savage Street and Sunset Ridge Drive, Rockwood Drive and Savage Street, Savage Street and Weiss Way, Beechwood Drive and Glenn Drive, Copper Ridge and Fern Cliff, Rockwood Drive and Undermountain Crossing, 372 Kensington Road. Bus 4: Start time 6:56 a.m. April Lane and Burritt Street, Marion Avenue and Tunxis Path, 31 Cobblestone Drive, 590 Marion Ave., Marion Avenue and Pacer Lane, 37 Roseanna Road, 315 Defashion St., 96 Farmingberry Drive, Lagana Avenue and Mariondale Drive, Edgewood Circle and Woodridge Court, 854 Mount Vernon Road, Kathryn Lane and Prospect Street, 480 Prospect St. Afternoon: Start time 2:10 p.m. 185 W. Main St., Marion Avenue and Tunxis Path, Frost Street and Lovley Drive, 246 Mount Vernon Road, Lagana Avenue and Mariondale Drive, 315 Defashion St., 96 Farmingberry Drive, 37 Roseanna Road, Marion Avenue and Pacer Lane, 590 Marion Ave., Clark Street and Longo Drive. Bus 5: Start time 6:55 a.m. 115 Norton St., Charles Street and Cushing Lane, Charles Street and Zwicks Farm Road, Cushing Lane and Parkview Drive, Buena Vista Drive and Savage Street, Budding Ridge Road and Pratt Street, 214 Pratt St., 238 Gwen Road, Beechwood Drive and Glenn Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Buckland Street and Nunzio Drive, 119 Buckland St. Afternoon: Start time 2:10 p.m. Meriden Avenue and Scenic Drive, 1112 Meriden Ave., 238 Gwen Road, Richmond Court and East Johnson Avenue, 214 Pratt St., Budding Ridge Road and Pratt Street, Buena Vista Drive and Savage Street, Charles Street and Cushing Lane, Charles Street and Zwicks Farm Road, Cushing Lane and Parkview Drive, Mulberry Street and South End Road, 624 Mulberry St., Fern Drive and Silo Drive, 115 Norton St., 119 Buckland St., Buckland Street and Nunzio Drive. Bus 6: Start time 6:51 a.m. 78 Laning St., Brookwood Drive and Laning Street, Burning Tree Drive

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and Pattonwood Drive, Brookwood Drive and Tanglewood Drive, 240 Flanders St., Juniper Road and Meander Lane, High Tower Road and Preli Court, Hart Street and Cortland Way, 86 Bishop Ave., 342 W. Center St., 386 Mill St., YMCA. Afternoon: Start time 2:10 p.m. 289 West St., 86 Bishop Ave., 342 W. Center St., 26 High St. (YMCA), 240 Flanders St., Brookwood Drive and Tanglewood Drive. Bus 7: Start time 2:10 p.m. Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Lawncrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane, Berlin Street and Lacey Road, Butternut Lane and White Oak Drive, 733 Woodruff St., Chesterwood Terrace and Windermere Ridge Drive. E. C. GOODWIN Bus 1: Start time 6:49 a.m. 925 Meriden Ave., Meriden Avenue and Oakland Road, Berkley Avenue and Berlin Street, Pleasant Street and Spring Lake Road, Hobart Street and Pleasant Street, Debbie Drive and Sun Valley Drive, Baron Court and Queen Street. Afternoon: Start time 2:10 p.m. 79 Interstate Park (Home Depot), Ruby Tuesday’s, Hart Street and Sabina Drive, Hart Street and Regency Court, Curtiss Street and Ivy Drive, Me-

ander Lane and Muir Terrace, Hart Street and Ridgewood Road, Farmstead Road and Hilltop Drive, Meriden Avenue and Oakland Road, Berlin Street and Wheeler Village. Bus 2: Start time 6:33 a.m. Burritt Street and Georgetown Condo Drive, 168 Farmingberry Drive, 81 Old Mountain Road, 2194 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Marion Avenue and Tunxis Path, Fleetwood Road and Prospect Street, 920 Mount Vernon Road, Hitchcock Road and Walkley Drive, Acre Way and Mount Vernon Road, Welch Road and Westover Lane. Bus 3: Start time 6:46 a.m. 45 Elm St., Main Street and Maple Street, Knowles Avenue and Summer Street, Summit Street and Wolcott Street, Farmstead Road and Hilltop Drive, Hart Street and Ridgewood Road, Hart Street and Sabina Drive, Curtiss Street and Ivy Drive, Garden Gate Road and Meander Lane, 79 Interstate Park Drive, Advent Camp Grounds and Queen Street and West Queen Street. Afternoon: Start time 2:15 p.m. Welch Road and Westover Lane, Acre Way and Mount Vernon Road, Hitchcock Road and Walkley Drive, 920 Mount Vernon Road, Fleetwood Road and Prospect Street, Marion Av-

enue and Tunxis Path, 168 Farmingberry, 81 Old Mountain, 2194 Meriden-Waterbury, Burritt Street and Canal Street, Hillside Avenue and South Main Street, Knowles Avenue and Summer Street, Knowles Avenue and Summit Street, 45 Elm St. Afternoon: Start time 2:15 p.m. 621 Queen St. (Denny’s), Baron Court and Queen Street, Hobart Street and Pleasant Street. WILCOX Bus 1: Start time 6:30 a.m. 273 Queen St. Unit 2c, Dunham Street and Laurel Street, Flanders Road and Pattonwood Drive, 501 Flanders Road, Wedgewood Road and Wild Oak Drive, Mooreland Drive and Orchard Hill Drive, Savage Street and Woodland Drive, 209 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike. Afternoon: Start time 2:15 p.m. Andrews Street and Orchard Hill Drive, East Street and Foley Drive, Berlin Street and Stonegate Road, Pleasant Street and Spring Lake Road, Flanders Road and Wild Oak Drive, Flanders Road and Hawthorne Drive, Flanders Road and Pattonwood Drive. Bus 2: Start time 6:37 a.m. Ashwell Drive and Prospect Street, 691 West St., 1616 Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Winding Ridge Road, Mount Vernon Road and Penny-

wise Lane, Mount Vernon Road and Prospect Street, Mount Vernon Road and Sandra Lane, 200 Mount Vernon Road, Diana Road and Marion Avenue and Wonx Spring Road, Marion Avenue and Sunnyridge Drive, Dorio Drive and Mulberry Street, Evan Road and Meriden-Waterbury Road. Afternoon: Start time 2:15 p.m. 740 E. Johnson Ave., Mulberry Street and South End Road, Pondview Drive and South End Road, 173 Carter Lane, Old Turnpike Road and Southington Avenue, Eden Avenue and Main Street, Bristol Street and Brooks Street, Clark Street and Longo Drive, 169 Atwater St., Ashwell Drive and Prospect Street, Marion Avenue and Tunxis Path, Frost Street and Robindale Drive, Frost Street and Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon Road and Sandra Lane, Mount Vernon Road and Prospect Street, Mount Vernon Road and Pennywise Lane, Mount Vernon Road and Winding Ridge Road, 1616 Mount Vernon Road. Bus 3: Start time 6:45 a.m. Clark Street and Longo Drive, Bristol Street and Brooks Street, 231 Main St., Old Turnpike Road and Southington Avenue, 173 Carter Lane, Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane, Pinecrest Drive and Pondview Drive, Sav-

age Street and South End Road, 740 E. Johnson Ave. Afternoon: Start time 2:15 p.m. 209 MeridenWaterbury Turnpike, Evan Road and Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, Chapel Hill and Savage Street, 1139 Meriden, Savage Street and Woodland Drive, Meriden Avenue and Strawberry Lane, Berlin Street and Celella Drive, Berlin Street and Pleasant Street, 370 Woodruff St., Hobart Street and Old Farm Road and Reussner Road, Beecher Street and West Center Street, Raynor Street and West Center Street, Autran Avenue and West Center Street, Morningside Lane and West Street, 691 West St., 273 Queen St. Unit 2c, Dunham Street and Laurel Street. Bus 4: Start time 6:35 a.m. Morningside Lane and West Street, North Summit Street and West Center Street, Raynor Street and West Center Steet, Beecher Street and West Center Street, Academy Lane and Berlin Avenue, 370 Woodruff St., Dogwood Drive and Hobart Street, Cedar Drive and Reussner Road, 246 Spring Lake, Cathy Drive and Spring Lake Road, Foley Drive and Pepperidge Drive, 540 Berlin St., Arlington Drive and Berlin Street, Berlin Street and Butternut Lane, Berlin Street and Celella Drive, 1139 Meriden.

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Southington Community Services has senior coupons for the farmers’ market in Southington for qualified seniors in the community. Coupons may be used to purchase fruits and vegetables at the market, located on South Main Street, on Fridays from 3 to 6 p.m. Citizens must be 60 years or older, or permanently disabled and living in subsidized senior housing, and must meet income requirements. To obtain a coupon, visit Southington Community Services, 91 Norton St., Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Must provide proof of residency and proof of income. For more information, call Janet Mel-

The Southington Citizen Friday, August 17, 2012 lon or Mark Fazzolari at (860) 628-3761.

Special interest clubs Special interest clubs meet monthly on Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Perry Room. No fees, experience, or membership is required. Walk-ins are welcome. The Financial Investments Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month, led by Constance C. Proll, CRP, and James R. Reynolds, AFA. The club discusses stocks, bonds, CD’s, money market, mutual funds, retirement healthcare, social security, and estate planning, among others. The Digital Photography Club meets on the third Wednesday of each month and discusses camera equipment, latest software, photo editing, and field trips to practice taking pictures. Led by Peter Freeman, who teaches digital photography at the University of Con-

necticut. Bring a camera. The Computer Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss computer fundamentals, tablets, smartphones, hardware, software, and anything else computer-related. Led by Mark White, assistant manager of the Computer Learning Center.

Computer center The Computer Learning Center fall 2012 session will run from Tuesday, Sept. 4, to Thursday, Oct. 25 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. A second registration will be held on Monday, Aug. 20. Classes offered will be: Computer Basics for Beginners, Introduction to Computers, Life Matters Online, Effective E-mail Use, Managing Files and Folders, Basic Digital Photography/Picasa, and iPad Basics. For more information regarding the Computer Learning Center, e-mail clc@calendarhouse. org .

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Diabetes group education

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The Hospital of Central Connecticut, New Britain, will host a free panel discussion on treatment of sleep apnea Thursday, Sept. 13, 6 p.m. at the Southington Sleep Disorders Center, 1131 West St., Building 1, lower level. The panel will include dentist David Schwaber, D.D.S., and neurologist Andre Lerer, M.D. Refreshments will be available at 5 p.m. To register, call the hospital’s Physician Referral and Lifeline program line, 1-800321-6244, and immediately press option one to speak with a representative, who will sign the participant up for the panel discussion.

Sun Style Tai Chi The Orchards of Southington, 34 Hobart St., offers Sun Style Tai Chi on Saturday mornings from 9:15 to 10 a.m., led by Jennifer Wade, certified Tai Chi instructor. There is a cost for six weeks, or per class. To reserve a spot, call Jennifer Wade at (860) 628-5656 ext. 140.

Pet therapy classes Southington Care Center, 45 Meriden Ave., in collabo-

ration with the Jane Haze Memorial Pet Therapy Fund, is offering Pet Partners Pet Therapy Classes beginning Thursdays, Sept. 20 to Nov. 29. Applications can be obtained at Southington Care Center. There is limited space in the class and a fee for participants. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, visit the website at www.southingtoncare.org or contact Deb Brown at (860) 378-1286.

pate, lunch is included. To reserve a spot, contact Sunflower Bungalow at (860) 7471100.

Feline pet therapy classes Jerome Home, 975 Corbin Ave., New Britain, is offering complimentary informative sessions on creating and sharing the therapeutic bond that participants share with feline friends with others. The two-part series includes:

Beginner mediumship The Sunflower Bungalow, 1273 Queen St., will host “Beginner Mediumship” with Rita Berkowitz on Sunday, Aug. 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Berkowitz will work on all levels of mediumship to teach how to connect with a spirit. Bring photo and piece of jewelry of deceased loved one. There is a fee to partici-

Understanding basic feline behaviors followed by discussions, interaction and training in preparation for registration through Love On A Leash, the foundation for pet-provided therapy. The sessions will be facilitated by Terri Jennings, currently registered through Pet Partners and a Jerome Home Pet Partner feline team member. She is also an active volun-

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Library Continued from page 15

Book sale

During the month of August, the Friends of the Southington Public Library Bookstore will hold a buy

one, get one free sale on all 50 cent Mass Market paperbacks (excludes children’s books). This is an opportunity to stock up for beach or late summer reading and save money. The bookstore is on the lower level of the library. The store’s hours are Monday and Thursday, 2 to 5

p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 2 to 8:30 p.m.; and Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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The Southington Public Library announced its two latest Lucky Readers, Deb Lockwood and Dolores Robitaille, for the summer adult reading program. Both readers were treated to assorted gifts and surprises.

summer reading program, “Everything British.” An “Everything British” entry form can be picked up at the display by the kiosk. Read a book or listen to an audio book, then record it on the “Everything British” entry form for a chance to be a “Lucky Reader.” Weekly drawings from completed entries will be on Mondays through Aug. 27, one entry for each book read, deposit in the “Everything British” entry box each week by Friday before closing. Completed entries will be included in the weekly drawing for one reader who will receive a Southington Chamber Mall discount card, Bertucci’s discount coupon, and other surprises. At the end of the “Everything British” Summer Reading program, on Monday, Aug. 27, all completed weekly entries will be included in the final “Lucky Reader” drawing for a new ereader.

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Parks and Recreation

The Southington Parks and Recreation Department is located in the town hall at 75 Main St., in the basement. To make reservations, register or for more information, call the office at (860) 2766219. Program details and mail-in registration forms are also available on the department’s webpage at www.southington.org.

Summer pool hours

The hours for Southington public pools are as follows: Recreation Park pool, Maxwell Noble Drive, will be open through Sunday, Sept. 9. Hours — Aug. 17, noon to 8 p.m.; Aug. 18-19, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Aug. 20-24, noon to 8 p.m.; Aug. 25-26, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Aug. 27-29, noon to 7 p.m.; Aug. 30-31, 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Sept. 1-3, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sept. 4-7, closed; Sept. 89, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Memorial Park pool, Woodruff Street, will be open through Friday, Aug. 24. Hours — Aug. 17, noon to 8

p.m.; Aug. 18-19, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Aug. 20-24, noon to 8 p.m. Town pools are open to Southington residents only. Each resident may bring one non-resident guest. Proper ID must be shown for entry.

Dog obedience classes The Southington Parks and Recreation Department will offer two types of dog obedience classes this fall. Both classes will be held on Thursday evenings, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, and 25, at The Summit at Plantsville, 261 Summit St. Instructor is Kevin Medeiros. “Puppy Kindergarten” classes for dogs 3 to 5 months old will run from 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. “Basic Dog Obedience” classes for dogs older than 5 months will run from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. All dogs must have up-to-date vaccinations in order to participate. Class sizes are limited. Pre-registration and payment is required. For more information or to register,

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Youth football programs tackling the issue of head injury By Nick Carroll The Southington Citizen

Youth football titan Pop Warner made news this past offseason when it announced, beginning this year, it would limit the amount, and type, of contact players may be subjected to during practice. The move is meant to protect youngsters from head injury, and Dr. Julian Bailes, neurosurgeon and chair of the Pop Warner Medical Advisory Board, believes it’s a step in the right direction. “There are times when people and organizations have to evolve, and this is the time,” Bailes was quoted as saying. “For the future of the sport, we need to morph it now and take the unnecessary head contact out of the game. If parents were considering allowing their child to play football, this (move) should assure them.” Pop Warner officials were persuaded to alter their rules

by research showing that players as young as 7-yearsold are exposed to collisions as devastating as those seen in the college game. Pop Warner is the first nationwide league, at any level, to enact such changes. The Berlin Bears once competed in Pop Warner, but have since joined the Connecticut Youth Football League. The CYFL has no restrictions when it comes to con-

tact at practice. The Bears regulate themselves. “I think they’re following what leagues and teams and towns have been doing for a while. So I think it’s a good thing,” Bears Football Director Joe Aresimowicz said of Pop Warner’s decision to limit contact at practice. “Here in Berlin we’ve done it for almost five years. There’s really no need (for much contact in practice). Football, like most other sports, is a skill

game, and you’ve got to teach the skills.” Aresimowicz said at least three-quarters of Bears practices are “solely based on the skills, and executing those skills correctly; whether it be tackling drills on dummies, walking through tackling drills, blocking. “There’s a certain amount of contact you need, but it needs to be limited, and confined to what you’re actually going to be doing on the field.” Plainville Colts President Shawn Griffin has a similar philosophy. The Plainville youth football league is under the umbrella of Pop Warner, and Griffin said the new rules haven’t changed a traditional Colts practice much at all. “We try to teach fundamentals at this age,” Griffin said. “I’m not worried about any of that (new limitations) affecting our league. “We feel if we can teach them the proper way to make

a tackle, hopefully, 99 percent that will cut out the concussions.” Southington Knights Travel Football is a member of American Youth Football, which, like the CYFL, does not require league members to limit contact in practice. But, as did the Berlin Bears, the Knights took it upon themselves to make a change. “What we know now, versus what we knew 20 years ago in regards to concussions and how we can conduct a safe practice, we felt it was responsible to do something as a league,” said Knights President Mike Goralski. The Knights did a few things this past offseason, including adding to their bylaws that coaches must have concussion awareness training. The Knights decided to limit contact in practice, as well. See Injury, page 36

No leisurely summer Right: Dean Bauchiero, entering his fifth grade year at Derynoski Elementary School, competed in the Hershey Track and Field Games North American Final Aug. 4 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He placed fourth overall in the softball throw event. In May, Bauchiero competed in the local level Hershey track meet in Southington and placed first in the 50, 100 and softball throw. His showing at the local competition qualified him to compete in the 50 and softball throw at the state meet in New Britain, June 23. There, he placed sixth in the 50 and first in the softball throw. He was then chosen to represent Connecticut in the softball throw at the North American Final. Bauchiero is a talented hockey player as well, and was recently selected to play for the Connecticut Yankees, a team out of Stamford. Left: Stephanie and Dominic Nazzaro, of Southington, recently competed in the Greater Hartford Country Club Swimming Championships. The GHCC is comprised of eight area country clubs. The Nazzaros swim for Shuttle Meadow Country Club in Kensington. Stephanie, a seventh grade student at St. Thomas School in Southington, medaled in both the 50-yard freestyle and freestyle relay. Dominic, a ninth grade student at Xavier High School in Middletown, won the 50-yard freestyle, backstroke and freestyle relay, which he anchored. Also, he broke longstanding Shuttle Meadow records in both the freestyle and backstroke.


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need fancy equipment. All these stretches can be done at home. You can easily Google the stretches I’m talking about to get a visual. Do not forget to stretch out both sides of your body equally, not just the dominant side you golf on. Also, all stretches should be held for a minimum of 15 seconds with the goal to increase from 30 seconds to a minute. Good stretches for the shoulder include flexion, abduction, sleeper stretch for internal rotation, standing doorway external rotation and a doorway pectoral stretch. For the lower body you want to do a standing quad stretch where you place your back leg on a chair and flex your stationary leg until you feel a good stretch. Next, you want to hit your hip flexors by doing a staggered stance stretch. Hamstrings are best worked on between a doorway where one leg is placed on the wall and held. You cannot forget your

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back. Try doing an upward dog stretch and modified downward dog where you are on your knees and just sit back on your heels. My favorite stretch, and the one most beneficial for distance, is a crossover hip stretch. It’s where you take one leg and cross it over to the opposite side and you rotate your upper body toward the opposing side. Think of it like you are ringing out a towel. In my next article I will be discussing the stability component and talk about exercises to help gain distance. But for now, dedicating time to stretching will not only help you gain distance off the tee, it will also help you feel better off the course since we are always putting ourselves in positions of bad posture in our daily lives. Eric Lunt works at Timberlin Golf Course in Kensington and is a Certified Golf Fitness Instructor through the Titleist Performance Institute.

Continued from page 34 “When we were kids it was a much different world. We’d say ‘you got your bell rung,’” said Goralski. “What we know now is that it’s not safe. We need to be more conscious of it. The training was eye-opening for me, for sure. “Back in the day, it was ‘shake it off, tough it out, get back in there.’ We can’t live like that anymore, whether it’s football or any sport.” USA Football is the sport’s governing body. According to usafootball.com, signs a player may have sustained a concussion include the athlete appearing dazed, stunned or confused. Also, the player may display personality changes. Concussion symptoms include headache, nausea and blurry vision. If a concussion is expected, the athlete should be removed from play and immediately evaluated by an appropriate health care provider.


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YMCA Briefs

August Fun Days

The Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA will be hosting three days of fun before school starts, from Monday, Aug. 27, through Wednesday, Aug. 29. The week will begin with a beach party on Monday, Aug. 27. On Tuesday, Aug. 28, there will be more potential for water play. The week will end with tie-dye. Each day can be registered for individually at the YMCA, 29 High St. There is a fee. For more informa-

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13, 14, 15 and 16. Class times are as follows: Ages 4 to 6 meet from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; ages 6 (advanced) and 7 meet from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.; ages 8 and 9 meet from 11 a.m. to noon; and ages 10-18 meet from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. There is a fee per session. Also offered is “Tennis – Match Play” for high school and middle school students (Southington residents only). These two-week programs are for experienced tennis players to play against each other in an organized setting. The department’s tennis in-

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Registration for the Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA’s Fall 1 program session is ongoing. The Fall 1 program session runs from Tuesday, Sept. 4, through Sunday, Oct. 28. Registration for current members is available online at www.sccymca.org, or in person at the Y, 29 High St. For more information, contact Lynette Ferguson at (860) 426-

The SouthingtonCheshire Community YMCA, 29 High St., has available openings for the Livestrong at the YMCA program, a free, 12-week small group fitness program designed for adult cancer sur-

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Puppy fashion day — Pack Tracks Country Club, 1177 West St., will hold a fashion day on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Dogs can be dressed up and entered into the fashion show. Categories are: best collar, best outfit, most fashionable girl, most fashion-

able boy. There is a fee per entry. Proceeds will go to ARF and Northern Bound Rescue. Southington Drive-In — The Southington Drive-In, 935 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, will show The Goonies on Saturday, Aug. 18. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the movie begins at sunset. There is a cost to attend. Grange Fair — The 62nd annual Southington Grange Fair will be held on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Southington Grange, located at the corner of Summit Street and Knowles Avenue. For more information, call Mary at (860) 628-9346.

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‘Garden Earth’ lecture — Landscaper Maureen Haseley-Jones, aka “The English Lady,” will visit Southington during her

statewide “Garden Earth” tour, a lecture series to reconnect people’s hearts and hands with gardens. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Southington Library. Registration is required. AJ’s golf tourney — On Tuesday, Aug. 21, the sixth annual DePaolo Family Foundation Golf Tournament will take place at Southington Country Club, 150 Savage St. For more information, contact Barry or Cheryl at Anthony Jack’s at (860) 426-1487.

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summer from 7 to 9 p.m. The next concert, featuring Primetime, will be on Wednesday, Aug. 22.

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Eagle Scout project — Eagle Scout candidate Leon Peschel will discuss his restoration project of the Barnes Museum Victorian Garden on Thursday, Aug. 23, at 6:30 p.m. at the Southington Library. Registration is required. Pizza Fest — The Southington Chamber of Commerce’s third annual Pizza Fest competition will be on Thursday, Aug. 23, at Hawk’s Landing Country Club at 5:30 p.m. with winners announced at 7:45 p.m. There is a fee to attend. Marching band preview — The Southington High School marching band will hold its annual preview 1229662

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Friday, August 17, 2012 — The Southington Citizen ard of Oz on Saturday, Aug. 25. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the movie begins at sunset. There is a cost to attend. Pig roast and clam bake — The Southington Elks Lodge No.1669 will hold its annual Pig Roast and Clam Bake on Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Lodge, 114 Main St., from noon to 5 p.m. This event is open to the public. There is a cost to attend and no charge for children under 5. For tickets or more information, stop in the Lodge Tap Room or call the Elks Lodge at (860) 628-6682. Country Fair — Grace United Methodist Church, 121 Pleasant St., will hold its

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World War II lecture — Ron Turcott will give a lecture about “Men on the Water: The Navy in WWII,� at the Southington Historical Society, 239 Main St., on Saturday, Aug. 25, at 1 p.m. Southington Drive-In — The Southington Drive-In, 935 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, will show The Wiz-

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Beginner mediumship — The Sunflower Bungalow, 1273 Queen St., will host “Beginner Mediumship� with Rita Berkowitz on Sunday, Aug. 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a fee to participate, lunch is included. To reserve a spot, contact Sunflower Bungalow at (860) 7471100.

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Music on the Green — Southington Parks and Recreation hosts a free concert and car show series on the Southington town green every Wednesday during the summer from 7 to 9 p.m. The next concert, featuring Nicole Frechette and the Monthei Brothers, will be on Wednesday, Aug. 29.

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Southington Drive-In — The Southington Drive-In, 935 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, will show The Sandlot on Saturday, Sept. 1. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the movie begins at sunset. There is a cost to attend.

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YMCA Continued from page 37 week full YMCA membership and may use any of the Y’s facilities. To register or for more information, contact Linda Prus at (860) 426-9531, or visit www.sccymca.org .

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Y Time is a new drop in program for children throughout the summer. The YMCA now has extended hours from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Kids will take local walking field trips, participate in water activities and group games each week. Hourly and daily rates are available. For more information contact Katie Sherman, Director of Child Development at (860) 426-9541 or atksherman@sccymca.org.

Open gym theme days The Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA, 29 High St., will be offering open gym theme days for children between the ages of 6 and 10. The days will take place on Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon and will provide use of equipment, game playing, and snack. Pre-registration is required and can be made by visiting the front desk.

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School Age registration School Age registration has been announced for the 2012-13 school year by the Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA. Before and after school programming is available for all school age children in Southington. Morning care programs are offered at the Y, 29 High St., and Derynoski Elementary School. After school locations are at Derynoski, Flanders, Kelley, Hatton, Thalberg, and Strong elementary schools. Students at South End and Planstville elementary schools, St. Dominic and St. Thomas schools, and DePaolo and Kennedy middle schools will be transported to the Y. Programming options

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include Monday through Friday; Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and Tuesday and Thursday. Open house is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 18, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the YMCA Learning Center. Completed registration packets are due by Monday, Aug. 20. The program will begin Thursday, Aug. 30. Registration forms are available online at www.sccymca.org. For more information, call (860) 621-8130.

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Gymnastics open gym The Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA’s 5,000 square-foot gymnastics facility is offering new programs, like open gym for infants 6 months to 15 months old on Thursdays and Fridays from 9 to 10 a.m. Visit www.sccymca.org for more details.

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or at home, are encouraged to become foster parents. Those who are interested can stop by the session to learn about foster care without making a commitment of any kind. Wheeler’s team of experts coordinates services for youth from diverse backgrounds with the goal of providing a nurturing home and a structured environment. Families are part of a team of professionals and are provided with financial support and training to ensure they are well-equipped to meet the needs of youth in their care. For more information, visit www.wheelerclinic.org/become-a-foster-parent. For additional details, call Penny Kobles at (860) 793-7277 or email pkobles@wheelerclinic.org.

The Youth Employment Service of Southington Youth Services has a willing and interested crop of young people, 14 to 16 years of age, for all summer yard care needs as well as house cleaning and babysitting. Call (860) 276-6281 to hire one of the youths or for more information on the Y.E.S. program.

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The next Parents 4 A Change meeting will be held on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m. at Derynoski Elementary School, 240 Main St., in the cafeteria.

AARP trip

The Southington Apple Valley Chapter of AARP, No. 4943, is opening its New York trip to the public. On Thursday, Sept. 13, the trip will be to the national 9-11 memorial in New York City. The tour of the memorial will be followed by free time at the South Street Seaport for shopping and lunch, then a one-hour cruise on the yacht “ZEPHYR.” For more information, contact Esther at (860) 628-0063 before Wednesday, Aug. 1.

Wilcox THS car show The Wilcox Technical High School Gridiron Club, Meriden, will be hosting its seventh annual car show at the Southington Drive-In, 935 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a cost to attend. For more information, call Tim at (203) 213-1530. All proceeds will benefit the Wilcox Tech football program.

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Wheeler Clinic, 88 East St., Plainville, will offer an informational session for prospective foster parents on Saturday, Aug. 18, from noon to 2 p.m. This no-obligation event provides information about Wheeler’s foster care program. Mature adults who are single or married, working

The Southington Drive-In, 935, Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike, has released its movie lineup for the 2012 summer season. Movies are shown Fridays or Saturdays beginning at sunset, gates open at 6 p.m. There is a cost

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ballad and 16 bars of an uptempo song. For more information, visit www.sevenangelstheatre.org .

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Music on the Green takes place Wednesday evenings over the summer until Aug. 29, Thursday if it rains, on the Southington Town Green from 7 to 9 p.m. Live music and a car show are featured every week for free. The next concert, Aug. 22, will be Primetime. Call (860) 2766219 or visit www.southington.org for more information.

John MacKay, of Southington, is presenting his oil, watercolor, and mixed media paintings in a show entitled “People and Places,” at The Gallery at The Orchards, located inside The Orchards of Southington, 34 Hobart St., from Aug. 1-31. For more information, visit www.southingtonartsandcrafts.homestead.com.

Apple Harvest sponsors The 44th Annual Apple Harvest Festival is looking for event sponsors. For more information on how to sponsor the event, contact Melissa Ericksen at (860) 276-1966, or e-mail appleharvestfest@aol.com .

Italian class The Southington Sons of Italy Club will sponsor a class in “Conversational Italian” starting on Monday Sept. 17, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., on Mondays to Dec. 3. The class is free and open to the public, to register call (860) 628-0755. Space is limited to the first 40 applicants. Classes will be held at the Center Street club. A text book may be purchased in class.

Seven Angels Theatre auditions

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Seven Angels Theatre is seeking actors of all ages, singers, and dancers for a Stage II Community production of Meredith Wilson’s Miracle on 34th Street. There is compensation for some roles. The show will run from Nov. 29 to Dec. 23. Rehearsals will being in late October. Auditions are by appointment only on Aug. 29 and 30 from 6 to 9 p.m. To schedule an appointment, email Michelle at casting7angels@yahoo.com and specify preferred date and time range. Those auditioning should prepare 16 bars of a

Tunxis seeks vendors Tunxis Community College, at the junction of Routes 6 and 177, Farmington, is seeking vendors for its Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 4 to 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Rain date is Oct. 7. Food and craft vendors can reserve a 10-by-10foot booth for a fee and a donation of 10 percent of their festival earnings to Tunxis. Proceeds from the event will support Tunxis student community service projects that help underserved populations. The festival will be held in the college’s courtyard. Tuesday, Sept. 18 is the deadline to reserve a booth. For more information, contact Estelle Carenza at (860) 2553615 or ecarenza@tunxis. edu.

Jensen’s Activity Club Jensen’s Activity Club is offering a three-day trip to Pennsylvania, “Penn Dutch,” from Tuesday, Sept. 18, to Thursday, Sept. 20. The itinerary includes Lancaster, Pa., the heart of Amish Country, Longwood Gardens, the renowned du Pont Estate, two nights at the Heritage Hotel, dinner at Millers Smorgasbord, a guided Amish countryside tour through the farmlands, a trip to Millennium Theatre for a brand new production, Jonah, dinner with the

Amish at the Hershey Farm Restaurant, a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch familystyle meal with a local Amish family, and farm tours and visits with the animals. For more information or to make reservations call Barbara Desrosiers at (860) 621-1344.

String players needed

The Cheshire Symphony Orchestra is looking for viola, violin and string bass players who are able to play advanced repertoire. Orchestral experience is preferred but not required. The orchestra is composed of students and professionals. The musicians come from Cheshire and many surrounding communities and volunteer their efforts to work with a professional conductor on challenging and assessable programming. Rehearsals are held Monday nights from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Dodd Middle School in Cheshire. Rehearsals will start on Sept. 10 for the 201213 season. If interested contact Cary Jacobs at (203) 9151568 or Sue Lonergan at (203) 651-9074 and leave a message.

Women and Girl’s Fund

The Women and Girls’ Fund of Main Street Community Foundation is accepting grant applications. Grants will be made to local non-profit organizations with programs serving women and girls in Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington, and Wolcott. The deadline to submit applications is Monday, Oct. 1, by 4 p.m. Grant application packets can be downloaded at www.mainstreetfoundation.org .

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Southington Briefs Movie Mondays Movie Mondays feature British themed movies based on books. Showings will be at 3 p.m. in the lower level program room. No registration, light beverages and cookies will be available. The final movie to be shown will be on Aug. 20: Five Little Pigs — Based on an Agatha Christie novel, using the idea of a nursery rhyme, Christie has Hercule Poirot embark on revealing the truth about a murder that was committed 16 years earlier. Take one dead lothario; add his jealous wife accused of his murder; toss in a devoted daughter who wants to clear her mother’s name, and get one of the greatest challenges of Hercule Poirot’s career. He must sift through the clues to uncover the truth behind this case of love, deception and jealousy.

Support group for dementia There will be a support group for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., at Mulberry Gardens of Southington, 58 Mulberry St. The discussion covers topics including communication techniques, caregiver support, wandering, religion, music, behavior, family dynamics, validation breakthrough and more. For information and registration, call, (860) 276-1020 and if attendees would like to arrange free care for a loved one during the group session.

Cancer support group The Hospital of Central Connecticut will launch a free support group for women with any type of gynecologic cancer in September. The group – open to women statewide – will be facilitated by Maureen Bracco, APRN, and Cheryl Holmes, ovarian cancer survivor. The group will meet the second Monday of each month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the hospital’s New Britain General campus, 100 Grand St., New Britain. Upcoming dates are Sept. 10, Oct. 8, Nov. 12, and Dec. 10. Registration is requested and can be made by calling (860) 224-5299. Free parking is provided in the garage next to the hospital’s main entrance.

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SOUTHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE Southington Planning and Zoning Commission Notice of Actions The Southington Planning and Zoning Commission voted to take the following actions at the meeting of August 7, 2012: 1. Petition to change zone boundary, 49 DePaolo Drive (Map 178, Parcels 15, 16, 17 and Map 190, the southerly 500’ of Parcel 003) from I-1 and R-40 to I-2 (ZC #539), approved effective 15 days from date of publication 2. Don Stevens Tire Company, Inc., special permit use application for approval of location, 60 Curtis Street (SPU #516), approved 3. Thomas C. Downie & Rebecca Romajas, 3 lot resubdivision application, 590 West Street (S #1289), public hearing continued to September 4, 2012 4. Coccomo Brothers, LLC, 6 lot resubdivision application, South End Road, aka Map 23, Parcel 6, property of Thomas A. Curtis (S #1290), public hearing continued to September 4, 2012 5. Paw Play, LLC, site plan modification for an addition to existing kennel, 210 Queen Street (SPR #1620), approved Dated at Southington, CT This 8th day of August, 2012 Mary F. Savage-Dunham, AICP Town Planner

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The Southington Citizen — Friday, August 17, 2012

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(203) 235-1686

SUZUKI VL800/C/T Boulevard C50 2008 Cruiser. 805 cm (49.1 cu. in) Four-stroke, liquidcooled, OHC, 2 cylinder Blue & Silver 4700 Excellent. $4700. 203-215-9346

BOATS & MOTORS

PETS & LIVESTOCK HORSE CARE NEEDED Part Time AM & PM Experience preferred but will train the right person. 203-213-8833 MINI AUSSIE Blue Merle Female. 13 Weeks Old. First set of shots done. (203) 715-5836 PIT BULL Puppies Two Males, One Female. Call for pictures. (860) 518-8955 $350 For sale to good homes only. SIBERIAN Husky & German Shepherd mix Puppies! $400 Call for info 203-802-7000

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

CASH FOR MILITARY ITEMS 203-237-6575 JEWELRY BRAND NEW CUSTOM DIA MO N D E NG AG E ME N T R IN G 14k white gold with Princess cut 1.5+ carat total weight. Intricate design, must be seen! $3,500 Pergjoni Family Jewelers, 826 South Main Street Plantsville, CT Call 860 235-3891 or 860 446-1824

ELECTRONICS

CARS STARTING AT $199 DOWN 24 MONTH 24000 MILES WARRANTY LET US GIVE YOU A FRESH START Tax, Title, Fees Additional Apply Now BChevynow.com Jack 1-866-879-1616

19 ' Chaparral 198 F OPN 1987 Open water Blue/White Mercruises Engine. $2,200. Comes with 1988 Shore Trailer Model 2900 Please call Dan 203-265-4674

Summer Programs & Lessons Rosehaven Stables, LLC Meriden www.rosehavenstables.com 203-238-1600

FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

PETS & LIVESTOCK

AFFORDABLE Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators and Stoves.

Appliance Repairs

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203-284-8986 AKC GSD German Shepherd Puppies, OFA, Blk & Tan $1200 neg, Ready Aug 22. http://www.pawsnplay.us 203-651-9145

NISSAN MURANO 2007 All Wheel Drive, 4 Door Stock# 12-552A Call Nick The Hyundai Guy (203) 818-3300

BULLDOGS, Yorkie, Yorkie-Poo, Chihuahua, Boxers, Labs, Pomchus, mixed breeds, rescues available. $250+ 860-930-4001

PURE German Shepherd Puppies For Sale! 2 males left. Already received physical/shots, healthy. Both are black & brown. Mom & dad both here & AKC registered. 203-537-6239 or 203-537-5740. Located in Wallingford, Ct.

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE DR 9 HP leaf and lawn vacuum, tow behind series, $500 or best offer. Dennis 203-641-7333. KIRBY Sentria vacuum, brand new, $500 or best offer. Call Dennis 203-641-7333. PROFORM 390E ELLIPTICAL, I-pod hookup, bought in 2010. Great condition. Asking $325. For info call 203-530-6113

TOYOTA RAV 4 2007 Limited 4 WD, 4 Door, 4 Cylinder Stock# 12-700A Call Nick The Hyundai Guy (203) 818-3300

LOST Or Found. The RecordJournal will run your lost or found ad FREE in our Marketplace Section! Call 203238-1953 for details.

AMANA White French Door Refrigerator. In Excellent Condition. 5 years old. Asking $750. (203) 697-9242 CLASSIC Double Bed and Dresser. Very nice, light brown wood. Dresser with full Mirror, Bed Includes: Headboard, Frame, Box spring Mattress. Classic Design. $500. 860-839-0501. QUEEN Tempur Pedic Bed Set $250; Ethan Allen 36” Cabinet $75; Ethan Allen Buffet Cabinet $100; Dining Table with SelfContained Leaf & 4 Chairs $200; TV Armoire $100; Dresser & Mirror $150; Nightstand $35; Ethan Allen End Table $50. Call (203) 284-0728

Looking for a friend? Find litters of critters in Marketplace.

ROTOTILLER, Ariens, 8 hp, tines adjust for cultivating, just tuned. $225. Call 203- 272-8052 SUN CAPSULE Commercial walk-in Tanning booth/ changing room/music/cooling fan/36 tubes/timer/controller. $950/ obo. 203-269-1827

SPORTING GOODS & HEALTH PROFORM 390E ELLIPTICAL, I-pod hookup, bought in 2010. Great condition. Asking $375. For info call 203-530-6113

NIKON D3000 Digital SLR Camera Body & Lens 18-55mm. Excellent condition. Sells for more. For Sale $350. (203) 678-0477

WANTED TO BUY 1, 2 OR 3 ITEMS OR AN ESTATE

$$$ CA$H $$$ Estate sale service. Costume Jewelry, Antiques, paintings, Meriden-made items, toys, lamps. Call Todd Shamock 203-237-3025

1-2 ITEMS Silverware, China, Glass. Furniture. 50’s Items. Whole Estates.

203-238-3499 2ND GENERATION Buys costume & Napier jewelry, old Meriden items & metal toys, colored glass & china, pottery, old baby items. 203-639-1002 Always Buying All Contents of Estates. Antique, old toys & collectibles. furniture, costume jewelry, etc. Call or stop by Frank’s, 18 S. Orchard St. Wallingford. 203-379-8731 or 203-284-3786 Open Mon.-Sat. 9am-5pm ALWAYS BUYING CASH PAID Vintage Electronics, Amps, Musical Instruments, Guitars, Radios, Ham Equipment, CB, HiFi, Audio Equipment. 860-707-9350

ALWAYS Buying Handtools, Old, used, and antique handtools. Carpentry, Machinist, Engraving and Workbench tools. If you have old or used tools that are no longer being used, call with confidence. Fair & friendly offers. Please call Cory 860-322-4367

DEE’S ANTIQUES Buying Collectibles, Jewelry & Silver. China, Glass, Military, Musical. Anything old & unusual. Single item to an estate.

203-235-8431 DON’T SCRAP YOUR CAR Call Jeff. Will Pay Up To $1000 CASH for your CLUNKER! Damage, Rusted, Broken. (203) 213-1142 WANTED Fishing & Hunting Tackle - Local collector looking for old or new rods, reels, lures. Highest prices paid. Dave any time 860-463-4359

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT & INSTRUCTIONS PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS Beginning to Advanced Levels Welcome. Certified Music Teacher. Over 10 yrs prof exp. Call Mark 203-235-1546 Fall Openings Available YAMAHA Clavinova CLP240 Home Digital Piano. Excellent condition, used only a few months. Paid $2,500 new, asking $1,500. Call 860-505-0405

HOUSES FOR RENT MERIDEN 3 or 4 BR Newly renovated. LR, DR. FP. Part finish bsmnt. NEW Appls, Windows, Furn. Fenced yd. Gar. No pets. Quiet area. $1500 860-655-3888 WALLINGFORD. 4 BR, 3 full bath home, hdwd flrs, w/d hookup. Nice area, nice yard. Beautiful. $1600. Avail 9/1. Call 203 284-2077 or 203-654-6190

CONDOMINIUMS FOR RENT

MERIDEN - Crown Village Bldg 7, 1 BR, 1st flr. heat & HW incl. Balcony, storage area, pool, laundry rm, intercom. $750/ mo. + sec. No pets. 203-631-1534

APARTMENTS FOR RENT CHESHIRE: Lg downstairs 1 BR in quiet country setting, near Rt 10, minutes from I-691. Outside patio, on-site laundry, off street parking. $850, incl. heat & hot water. Sec. & references. No pets. Call 860-398-5425. CHESHIRE: Lg downstairs 1 BR in quiet country setting, near Rt 10, minutes from I-691. Outside patio, on-site laundry, off street parking. $850, incl. heat & hot water. Sec. & references. No pets. Call 860-398-5425.

Flanders West Apts Southington

Studio & 1 Bedroom Apts Affordable Housing for qualified applicants 50 yrs of age or older. Amenities Include: Computer Learning Center, TV/ Games Lounge, Laundry Facilities, Off Street Parking, Free Bus Service to local shopping ctrs. On site: Resident Serv. Coord. Small Pets Accepted Please call 860-621-3954 for information. TTY: 711

MER. Furnished Apts. East Side Incl Heat, HW, Elec. 1 BR, 1st Fl, $845/mo+sec. 1BR, 2nd Fl $801 /mo+sec. 203-630-3823 12pm8pm or Meridenrooms.com MERIDEN -WALLINGFORD LINE Large 2 BR Luxury Condo. Laundry. No pets. $900 + utilities Call 203-245-9493 MERIDEN 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Heat & Hot Water Included. Starting at $750. 203-213-6175 or 203-376-2160 MERIDEN 1 BR Freshly painted. New carpet. Stove & refrigerator. Off st. parking. $625/mo plus 1 month security. (203) 687-2032

MERIDEN 1023 Old Colony Rd.

1 & 2 BR Available Starting at $650 Heat & HW incl. Off St. Parking. 203-886-7016

APARTMENTS FOR RENT MERIDEN 2 bdrm. W/D hookup Heat & HW incl. $1000/mo. - 1 mo. sec. Donna 203-640-5620 MERIDEN 2 BEDROOM - $775 With Appliances. Hardwod Floors. Parking. Utils not incl. 1 Mo rent + sec. Credit check. Call before 8pm. 646-345-2636 MERIDEN 2 BR, 1.5 Bath Townhouse. Quiet. Deck. West side. Hookups. Gas heat. Clean, well maintained. No pets. $975 + utils. Credit ck. 203-269-9755 MERIDEN 2BR, 1st flr, newly painted, new carpets, off st parking, LR, DR, lg kit. $750 + 1 mo sec. No pets. 203-464-3083 MERIDEN 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath. Cape on Newton St. $1,500 per month plus security. No pets. Call 203-237-3378 MERIDEN Cook Avenue 1 BR. 1st fl. Renovated. New paint. $850 includes heat, hot water and electric. (203) 265-4664 MERIDEN Crown Village 2 br. Just renovated. H&H incl. Pool access. $995. per mnth + sec. L & E Prop Mgmt 203-886-8808. MERIDEN Fully Furnished Private & Clean. 1 BR, LR, Kit & pvt bath. $675/mo. Lease & sec deposit req. No pets. Also, 3 rms unfurnished. 203-235-2372 MERIDEN Large 2 bedrm 2nd floor. New windows. No pets. Sec 8 Approved $750 month Avail Now Mike (860) 305-1642 MERIDEN Lovely 3 BR Apt. Hdwd flrs throughout. Recently renovated. Plenty of off st parking. Sec 8 & RAP Approved. $900 203 939-8957 MERIDEN- 3 BR, 6 RMS, 2nd flr, 504 E. Main. Clean, convenient, nice. Appls w/W/D incl. Avail Sept. $1050. 203-686-1987 or 203-427-7990 No pets. MERIDEN- SMALL Efficiency All utilities included. $450/mo +1 Month Security. Call for info: (646) 345-2636 MERIDEN- West side, 1 BR, 2nd FL. Includes Heat, HW & Elec. Oak Flooring. Very Clean! $860/ mo+sec 203-630-3823 12pm8pm or Meridenrooms.com SOUTHINGTON 1 BR, 4 Room, 2nd fl apt. Near The Hospital of Central CT. Central air, w/ appliances. Utils not incl. Refs & Sec req. Call (860) 621-2693 SUMMER SPECIAL MERIDEN- 1BR - $750/month. Heat, Hot Water, Electric included. Private balcony. 1 month free rent. Ask for details. Call for info 203-639-4868

Under New Management MERIDEN STUDIOS & 1 BRs We offering a special! 1ST Month’s Rent Free with a credit score of 650 or over. Please call 203-630-2841 WALFD 2 Bed, 2nd FL, Glass Porch, Appliances, WD hookup. Storage. Off st parking. No Pets. Very clean. Dead end st. Owner /Agent. $850. 203-269-7348

APARTMENTS FOR RENT MERIDEN. Efficiency, $600/mo. 1 mos security. Available now. 203-903-6413 WALLINGFORD 1STFloor, 5 RMs Appliances - Dishwasher & Washer/Dryer Included No pets. Security. $995 203-269-0428 WALLINGFORD 2 BR Large Apt, 3rd Fl. 21-23 Academy St, near Choate. New kitchen, fully applianced. WD hookup. $925. Avail 9/1 (203) 265-9871 WALLINGFORD Centrally located. Quiet area. 1st flr. 4 Rms, 2 BR, Stove & refrigerator. Hdwd. 1st FL. Off St parking, Hookups. No smoking. No pets. $895+ Sec. 860-575-4915 WALLINGFORD. 1 BR, 2nd flr, clean & cheerful, w/d hookup, off st parking, walking distance to downtown. No pets, no smoking. $800 + sec. Call (203) 265-1070 WALLINGFORD. 4 rms, 3rd flr, w/d hookup, off st parking. $775/mo plus sec. Call (203) 949-0503 after 5pm WALLINGFORD. Intown location, 2 BRs, 2nd flr, private entrance. $825/mo. Call 203269-9585. WLFD. Avail 9/1, 2 BR, 2nd flr with appls, w/d hookup, gas heat, c/a, off st pkg. No pets, smoking or utils. $850/mo. 2 mos sec, refs. 203-265-0890.

ROOMS FOR RENT MERIDEN CLEAN SAFE ROOMS Includes Heat, HW, Elec, Kit Priv. East Side. Off-st park. $125/wk. + sec. Call 12-8pm 203-630-3823 or www.Meridenrooms.com MERIDEN Clean, Safe Room. 203-634-8084 Utilities & fridge included. Share kitchen/bath. $120 per week - plus security.

GARAGE & STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT

Wallingford/Durham 10’ x 20’ & 20’ X 45’ With electricity & heat Available Now. 203-751-1977

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WALLINGFORD 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Starting at $725 203-213-6175 or 203-376-2160 WALLINGFORD 1 BR, 1st Floor. Clean. Stove & fridge. Off st. parking. Nice location. $675/ mo. Sec & refs. 203-605-6034

WALLINGFORD 1st fl. 2br/5rm. Good locale. Fully Appl. W to W. No pets. Util not incl. Lease & sec req. $900 per mo. 203-848-7955

MERIDEN-$299,900 3BR, 2.5 bath Colonial on cul-de-sac in So. Meriden. Very spacious open fl plan is perfect for entertaining. Has walk-out bsmt, great size bdrms, & nice yard. Call Toni Falcone 203235-3300


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Friday, August 17, 2012 — The Southington Citizen OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-3PM 428 Woodruff St Southington $399,900 REDUCED! Asking $399,900! Please join us on Sunday, 8/19, to view this unique and beautiful home--full of vintage charm! All the genuine feel & essence of an original 1800s Victorian-style house. Boasting 3 BRS, 2.5 baths; exquisite interior detail! Dir: Rte 10 to Flanders; Right on Pleasant; Right on Woodruff St.

HOUSES FOR SALE

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

A local, dynamic, fast-paced financial services office seeks an Office Professional to work in Berlin, CT. Qualifications include great people skills, a strong customer-service orientation, and organizational abilities. Good telephone skills, computer knowledge, and verbal and writing skills also are necessary. 25/hrs per week, weekdays, flex times. Must include 2 hrs during evening, flexible day. If you are interested in this position, please mail resume to: Office Professional Opening c/o Pam Miscia Thrivent Financial 953 Farmington Ave Berlin, CT 06037 Fax (860) 828-8865 email: pam.miscia@thrivent.com

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DRIVERS MERIDEN. Remodeled 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath modern Ranch with wrap around deck and a master suite. Reduced to $199,000. Possible owner financing. Call Quality Realty, LLC 203-235-1381

CONDOMINIUMS FOR SALE

DUMPSTER COMPANY For Sale Profitable, well established. Trucks & Dumpsters included. 860-305-4348 or 866-404-4247

HELP WANTED

Digital Sales Consultant The Record-Journal is looking for an energetic, creative, forward thinking individual to work full time to help develop digital advertising.

WALLINGFORD. $109,900. Spacious 2 bedroom Townhouse. Remodeled kitchen and baths, Hardwood floors throughout. Finished lower level. Condo fees include heat and hot water. Call Nicky Waltzer at 203-265-5618

WOLCOTT 2 bdrm., 2 1/2 baths. 2 Decks, AC, FP, Garage. Proff. Community, Close to Swim, Fish, Walking Trails. Sorry no pets. Price reduced for quick sale, $149900. Call 860-919-3241 9am to 8pm.

MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE

You will provide: *Demonstrated sales experience with a history of attaining goals *Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously while being mindful of making revenue goals for each *Ability to converse with advertisers about digital based advertising campaigns We will provide: *Team Atmosphere with members working towards common goals *Opportunity for growth *Competitive compensation package & benefits.

Positions Available in: East Haven, Madison, Milford, Stratford, Rocky Hill, Wallingford and Waterbury Apply online at: www.durhamschoolservices.com or in person at: 70 Chestnut Avenue Stratford, CT 06615 82 Nathans Lane Madison, CT 06443 345 Old Gate Lane Milford, CT 06460 62 Fulkerson Drive Waterbury, CT 06708 418 Short Beach Road East Haven, CT 06512 990 Northrup Road Wallingford, CT 06492 647 Cromwell Avenue Rocky Hill, CT 06067

WALLINGFORD. $79,900 Located in Yalesville Square, is just like new! Open fl. Plan, vaulted ceilings, MBR w/ full ba, beautiful kit. w/ dining rm area, 2 car paved drive & a 24x8 covered porch. Call Nicky Waltzer 203-265-5618

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(203) 238-1953 or 1-800-228-6915 x2393 It’s About Time

HELP WANTED CHILD CARE - Southington Child Care Center needs P/T Caregiver. Must be responsible & available at 7am. Call 860-621-3408 CNC MACHINIST-FT CNC MACHINIST- Set up, Production, work to close tolerance. 5 years experience. CiDRA Precision Services, LLC Wallingford. Send resume to HR@cidracps.com CT GYMNASTICS ACADEMY is Looking for PT Class Instructors, Team Coaches & front office help. Competitive pay. Call for more info. Wallingford #203-269-7464 DRIVER Experienced Reefer Drivers & Independent Contractors needed for Regional Positions. Top of the line equipment and plenty of freight. Call Today! 877-491-1112 or www.primeinc.com

If the opportunity to be a leader in our successful, community-minded organization excites you, forward your resume to: Myrecordjournal.com Attn: Liz White Digital Sales Consultant Position 11 Crown Street Meriden, CT 06450 or email: lwhite@ record-journal.com

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Now Hiring/Training! Become a School Bus Driver ($1 5 0 0 Sign- O n Bonus f or L i c e ns e d/ Ex pe ri e nc e d Sc ho o l Bus Drivers). No Experience Necessary. Free Training. PartTime Split Shift. Competitive Wages. Paid Holidays. Benefits Available.

Get on the bus with us! DATTCO, CT's largest private school bus company is looking for the industry's BEST School Bus Drivers for our Middletown and Durham locations. If you currently have a valid CDL-PS we are looking for you! CDL is not a must. We will provide all of the free training you will need to be successful! At DATTCO you can bring your children to work with you! Call DATTCO today 860-635-8234 ext 5600 or apply online! www.dattco.com DATTCO is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

See the great selection of used cars in Marketplace.

DRIVERS. Rapid growing grocery hauler. New Pay Package & Awesome Benefits. Sign On Bonus. Newer Trucks. Local/ Regional. CDL-A, 3yrs Exp. 800397-1813 HAVE OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER? Willing to do brain scans or a medication study? (HIC2100,614) Pays up to $400. Call Yale OCD Research Clinic: 203-974-7523

NURSES! Miller Memorial Community, Meriden's choice for excellence in senior residential Healthcare services, needs experienced nurses to fill the following positions: Baylors (RNs/LPNs) - Sat/Sun, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., (at least 3 years of long term care experience, Short Term Rehab a plus) RNs - 2 positions: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., 40 hours; 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., 32 hours, (at least 3 years of long term care experience) MMCI offers very competitive wages and benefits. Drug testing and criminal background check required. Applicants must be Connecticut licensed. If you are willing to go the extra mile for your patients and are truly interested in person-centered care, please apply to:

Personnel Manager Miller Memorial Community, Inc. 360 Broad St., Meriden, CT 06450 Fax 203-630-3714 or email: hfparisi@emmci.org EOE

HELP WANTED

JOB FAIR Meriden DOL 85 West Main Street Meriden, CT 06451 Wednesday 8/15/12 9am-11am CNC Set Up/Oper/Programmers QC/Asmbly/Pick/Pack Infinistaff (860) 223-5100 ● Sales ● Service ●

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FT/PT HVAC and/or Mechanical background a +. Competitive Salary, Medical, Dental and Retirement benefits available. Apply in person Tues, Wed or Fri. 9-5 at DEAN’S STOVE & SPA 120 West Main St., Plantsville Or fax resume: 860-621-3258 Drug Free/EOE

CLERICAL/LEGAL SECRETARY Full Time - Cheshire Law Firm Email resume to: linda.p@doddlawfirmct.com PAINTERS-Commercial Immed work for exp’d painters Need valid DL, vehicle. Background ck. Call 860 224-7366. EOE PAINTING Sub Contractors & Carpenters wanted. Residential/ Comm work. Please call 1-800-462-3782 Ext 1279 PHARMACY CLERK Monday - Friday 8am -1pm PHARMACY TECHS PT Nights, Evenings, Weekends Apply in person Hancock Pharmacy 840 East Main Street, Meriden (203) 235-6323

HELP WANTED RESTAURANT Looking for part time counter help, weeknights and weekends available. Looking for someone reliable, personable, with experience on a cash register. Good starting pay. Part time dishwasher, Fri & Sat evenings. Please apply in person, Dino’s, 540 Washington Ave, No. Haven SHIP/REC Clerk full time pos. Must have basic computer skills & knowledge of auto parts. Great pay & Benefits. Please call 860-301-2330 leave message SLIDERS GRILL & BAR Now Hiring Line Cooks in our Southington Location Please apply online at: www.slidersgrillbar.com

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Seeking a high energy individual to manage patient reception and front desk duties in eyecare clinic. Desire strong people skills and organization. Bilingual helpful. Email resume to eyecarejobs@att.net

HELP WANTED RECEPTIONIST/Data Entry PTQB a plus. Wallingford MFG Co. Fax resume to: 203-269-2998 or email admin@mikcotech.com TOWN of Cheshire invites only qualified applicants to apply prior to August 31, 2012 for the position of Mechanic I (PW-4). Current starting hourly rate is $26.49/hr. See the Town’s web site at www.cheshirect.org for information. The Town of Cheshire is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.

WASTEWATER OPERATOR I The Town of Southington is seeking a Wastewater Operator I. Connecticut DEP Operator Certification, Class II minimum, and a CDL with tanker endorsement are required. Lab and collection system experience are preferable. This is a full time (40 hr.) entry level job with rotating weekend and emergency overtime required. Salary is $23.74 per hour. If qualified, further information from John De Gioia Town of Southington WPCF 999 Meriden Waterbury Tpk. Plantsville, CT 06479 or (860) 628-8530 or degioiaj@southington.org Applications may be downloaded at www.southington.org


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