Woodbury residents Corey and Danielle Shaker hosted a Table of Ten gathering at their home on May 22 to benefit United Way. The Table of Ten, a new fundraising initiative of the United Way, allows for hosts and their guests to take part in a more intimate conversation about the group’s work in the community.
Oxford Boy Scout Troop 1 competed in the Housatonic Council Spring Camporee Saturday, May 18, at Boy Scout Camp Strang in Goshen. Some 30 patrols competed. The scouts were challenged to complete 11 stations meant to test their knowledge of essential survival skills such as fire building, knot tying and teamwork.
AREA — Meals on Wheels of Western Connecticut raised $11,669.90 from local grocery stores for the Buy A Wheel campaign. The following stores took part in the campaign: LaBonne’s Market of Watertown and Woodbury, Adam’s Hometown Market of Watertown and Thomaston, New Morning Market of Woodbury and Northville Market of New Milford, Dinova’s Four Corner Store of Middlebury, Walsh’s Market of Wolcott and Monteiro’s Restaurant of Waterbury.
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SOUTHBURY — A selection of Brittany Kletter and John McDonald paintings are currently on display at the Southbury Public Library’s Cachion Art Gallery until Thursday, June 27. Ms. Kletter, a painter from Southbury, paints what she refers to “emotional memories,” reflections on the 10 years she lived in northern Vermont.
WOODBURY — The Woodbury Public Library will host a presentation titled The Beavers of the Bantam River through a Naturalist’s Eyes at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 20 at the library, 269 Main St. South. Presenters Megan Lutz and Greg Bernard will capture the life of an extraordinary beaver colony.