OXFORD — New paint and flooring were installed in two rooms at the Oxford Senior Center in late October courtesy of the Heroes Project at Lowe’s in Derby, which aims to improve local communities. Director of Senior Services Patricia Babbage told Voices one of the senior center members who is employed at the store in Derby connected the center with the project.
In preparation for this year’s Southbury-Woodbury Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, Rabbi Eric Polokoff and Reverend Walter Pittman sat down for an interview with former First Selectman Ed Edelson to discuss the history of this community event, share some amusing anecdotes and preview this year’s service which is scheduled for Tuesday, November 20th at 7pm at St. James Lutheran Church in Southbury.
Dr. Samantha Hauser (left); Dr. Allison Phipps; Chair of the Waterbury Regional Chamber’s Health Care Council Jason Van Stone; Dr. Annette Burton; Easterseals CEO Lorraine Shea; Waterbury Regional Chamber Membership Director Chris Conway; Katie Szanto; Kaithlynn Rosado and Senator Eric Berthel (R-32) participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony for Easterseals’s grand opening for its relocated Southbury Center for Better Hearing. Easterseals relocated to 690 Main St. South, Suite 4.
Division III teams are finishing their schedules and either looking forward to placement in NCAA or ECAC playoffs that begin this weekend, or closing the locker rooms until next summer.
NEWTOWN — Robert Crawford will paint a landscape in acrylic at the next meeting of the Society of Creative Arts of Newtown at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 14, in the Newtown Meeting House, 31 Main St. The public is invited to attend.